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Registration Link: https://forms.gle/ovr2zBnxJbrFC8tR6
Department of Applied Sciences and Department of Management are organizing an Open House Session & Panel Discussion for Career Guidance and Counselling.
'A Tryst with a multidimensional Career towards a Successful Career.
Panelists from Industry, academics and IILM alumni will address the Audiences.
Participants: Students from 11-12 classes & above and their parents/guardians can join this session.
E-Certificates will be given to the registered and active participants filling feedback form at the end of webinar.
Date: Aug 5, 2020 (Wednesday)
Time: 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM (BST), 12 PM - 1:30 PM (IST), 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM (PST),
6:30 AM - 8:00 AM (GMT)
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No Registration Fee. Please complete Registration by August 04, 2020.
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How to convince parents for less financially rewarding careers.
During your studies, have you been directed to the department or specialty you wish to pursue?
Please specify a time for which you have not been directed to the desired specialization.
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Information on what implementation studies have been conducted, methodologies, and reference materials
We are designing a European Project on this subject and we are reviewing the state of the art. Thanks in advance.
In fact, I would like to find out which independent variables among several variables included in the survey have the strongest effects on a dependent variable. Counseling trainees are the participants of this correlational study. Some of the factors examined are counseling experience measured in months, length of practicum measured in hours, length of training in counseling measured in years and scores at a core self-evaluations questionnaire using a Likert type scale. Dependent variables are the total scores and the scores at subscales in two counseling self-efficacy questionnaires (also using Likert type scale).
Would you consider stepwise multiple regression as an appropriate solution? Note that I am interested in the total variance explained as well as the variance explained on the dependent variables from each independent variable separately. However, the sample is going to be quite small (100-150 trainees).