research- and evidence-based service delivery and the establishment of a research agenda * a national leadership role for the Australian Government and repositioning of responsibility for career development under the Minister for Employment * national career management skills curricula including regular review and update of the Australian Blueprint for Career Development * a taskforce rather than a leadership body focused on implementing a national careers service * a strong relationship with the career industry * links to our region and to our third largest industry--that is, Australia as a major regional education provider.
What does CMS stand for?
CMS stands for Career Management Skills
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- Capital Market Services (various companies)
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- Card Management System
- Cardigan Mountain School (Canaan, NH)
- Cardiology Monitoring System
- Cardiomyopathy Syndrome (salmon disease)
- Career Magnet School (various schools)
- Career Management System
- Carmel Middle School
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- Carnation Main Street (Disneyland restaurant California)
- Carpenter Middle School (Plano, Texas)
- Carrier Monitoring System (telecommunications)
- Carver Middle School
- Cascade Mycological Society
- Case Management System
- Cash Management Services (banking)
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Additionally, students will have career management skills learning embedded in all of their Add+Vantage modules.
The strength of the GO Wales is that in addition to work placements, it helps graduates to develop career management skills and to gain an understanding of the labour market.
This is reflected in recent OECD (2002) work on human capital, which suggested that the career management skills that are now a growing focus of career guidance policies and practices may play an important role in economic growth.
National Career Development Guidelines Pioneering work on a national career management skills framework was initiated by the National Occupational Information Coordinating Committee in 1988.
A shift to an emphasis on expanded self-knowledge and concepts of life and career building, and acquisition of career management skills will better prepare students for the challenges of the new economy.