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Professional Career Counsellors can support people with career-related challenges. Through their expertise in career development and labour markets, they guide people to choose a wise career path. The counsellors are experts from various specialty fields like: Commerce, Arts and Management, Law, Civil Service, Hospitality, Medicine, Engineering and Alternative Careers. Through aptitude tests and discussions, they analyse and assess the capabilities of people and guide them accordingly to make a correct career decision

Hello , Sorry, i had to choose homeopathy as your career option ,as there was nothing closer to it on record. However i would first have to tell you which field of science you are fit for , and for that i have to have your past exam results , a one to one counseling session with you , so as to get to know your persona and its suitability to one of these 3 options that you have mentioned . thereafter i shall tell you which institute abroad will provide the best suited low budget course as complete your admission formalities with that university . Mo

1 answer Meghna  Vora in Career counselor category

Congratulations on completing your BA. I see you have registered for an M.Ed. and I suppose it could be completed only after a B.Ed right? So have you completed a B.Ed. already? You have indicated that you would like to become a career counselor. Well, interesting! But may I know what drives you to take up this profession? You have constructed a good career graph in the academic teaching and I see you are also moving on to do an M.Ed. and in this case, studying [Career Counselling Online][1] is totally in non sink to your past career profile. Completing the M.Ed you could become as a teacher

1 answer Aparna M Venkatesan in Career counselor category

Hi  Thanks for approaching Mera career Guide.com  There is no retirement for education. I really appreciate your further thirst for education. Counselor Halima Sadiya have suggested you some already. We have many colleges that gives you distance learning. Iam not sure you belong to which place. Annalamai university offers you Post graduate diploma in guidance and counseling which you can do distance and it does invlove some practical PCP classes. Also You can get a certification course which is one year course from Banjara academy from Bangalore, classes are two days in a week a

2 answers Indumathi  Selvaraj in Career counselor category

Hi There, I see excellent answer given by both the counselors above but they are mainly pertaining to Career counseling. Just would like to share my view point in terms of Personal counseling. In case if you wish to be a Personal counselor whereby you wish to handle general issues of clients, you need to be a Counselor by profession. By counselor I mean, you need to have a Masters degree either in Clinical Psychology or Masters in Counseling psychology. You can pursue a masters degree, once you have cleared your Graduation in Psychology. As a Psychologists you would be well versed with

3 answers Meghna Mukherjee in Career counselor category

Hello Career counselling is vast and the counselling varies upon the stage and qualification you are in your career. For example the counselling gets different for school goers, college students, graduates, further study aspirants and finally experienced candidates. So developing oneself in career requires in-depth analysis of ones strength, weakness, interests and resources. No matter at what stage of your life you are in, you can always sketch your career plans by listing out the above parameters. Ideally when I was at school, we had a career counsellor, who was extremely supportiv

2 answers Aparna M Venkatesan in Career counselor category

Dear Aspirant, To be an Education Counselor, you need to be very proficient in communication, presentation skills. Education Counselor needs to be aware of each and every happening in the education field, which gives him the confidence to tackle the queries of the students. You can become an Education Counselor preferably after working in the industry and gaining good qualifications. Best wishes

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Career counselor category

2 answers Kiran Lakhani in Career counselor category

Dear Aspirant, Nice to see that you have realised your potential and would like to choose a career based on that. For being into counselling (of any type) and also looking at your interest in being a trainer, I would suggest you to go for MA Psychology. If you are interested in the above fields, then doing an MBA HR would not be of any use. MA Psychology and a specialisation of your choice like in Child Psychology, Criminal Psychology, Clinical Psychology, etc. you will then be able to get into counselling formally and also then you can begin your motivational trainership too. If you are sure

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Career counselor category

Dear Aspirant, The best way to know about the career which suits you is to take a scientific method and a career counsellor appointment. There fore, instead of choosing randomly, you can take the Ideal Career Test from CareerGuide.com. This is a unique designed online MCQ based psychometric test which does not only test your aptitude but also tests and gives consideration for your interests, inclination, innate abilities and skills. It help you assess and know your real potential. There are plenty of career options, but out of those, you should be able to decide which is the best for you inste

3 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Career counselor category

Dear Aspirant, Yes, there are variety of career options. Therefore, it is confusing for many about how to and what to choose among those plenty of options. Here, the most important part is to first know about yourself in terms of aptitude level, interests, innate skills, abilities, emotional quotient, etc. Without knowing these and selecting a career option not regarding these aspects is very risky and maximum times it is the reason for failure. Depending on your level of education you are currently in, I would suggest you to take the Psychometric Test available with CareerGuide. This test wil

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Career counselor category

Dear Aspirant, Nice to know your interest in travel industry and you wish to have a job in that domain. Hope you have some background to get into the travel industry. Are you a fresher, if yes, then doing a course related to travel and tourism is recommended.  CareerGuide.com does not provide or help you in getting jobs, but can guide you about the industry and you can surely ask us any of your doubts about the travel and tourism industry. Travel & Tourism has a good scope in India where Indian Government has been extensively promoting it. There are jobs available which are of offline

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Career counselor category

Dear Aspirant, You can definitely call us anytime, since CareerGuide.com is the only forum where you can get to speak to Counsellor Experts on Demand. Therefore you need not take an appointment. You can select the Career Advisor as per your choice and as per the domain related and give us a call. We will solve and help you online through telephone call or through this forum where you can post your question. I would suggest that you also post your career concern here, so that I can reply to it and guide you appropriately. You can complete rely on this system. Best wishes

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Career counselor category

Dear Aspirant, First of all, there are no equations for having a successful career. Therefore the answer to your question of tips is very apt in that way. Only tips, advises and suggestions can be given however they would be based on experience and knowledge. I would list some of the tips for successful career planning: 1. Choose careers and not courses. Traditionally, students and parents first look at the courses and then choose careers, which is incorrect. Once you decide your career option, then look for courses which can help you get into that career and job subsequently. 2. Get

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Career counselor category

Dear Aspirant, We are definitely willing to help you in your career. However we will require complete details as to what is your exact concern in your career. I understand that you are having a problem in career stability and you wish to have financial security. Both these aspects are demanded by all career aspirants. However what is your particular problem is what I would like to know. Best wishes

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Career counselor category

Dear Aspirant, You have not mentioned any further details. Please write more about your concern or questions about your career or education. You can also give me a phone call through this system and we can discuss in detail. Best wishes

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Career counselor category

Dear Aspirant, No it is not mandatory to appear for the psychometric tests before speaking to the counsellors. However taking the psychometric test is beneficial to you as well as the counsellor. The report which gets generated instantly after appearing for the test, proves as a base for the discussion with the counsellor. Best wishes

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Career counselor category

Dear Aspirant, You need not schedule any appointment with the counsellors. We are here on demand and as per your choice. You can choose the Counsellor to whom you wish to speak to and you will be connected to him / her instantly. This is the uniqueness of CareerGuide. Best wishes

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Career counselor category

Dear Aspirant, Online career counselling is definitely reliable in todays information technology age.  On CareerGuide you can speak to the Counsellor of your choice on demand and further you can see the profile of the Counsellor you wish to speak and other counsellors too. This creates reliability, transparancy and gives you confidence. Online Career Counselling removes the time and distance utility too, since you do not have to find and travel for finding a counsellor. Best wishes  

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Career counselor category

Dear Aspirant, Your planning is perfect and should be converted into implementation as early as possible. Online career counselling is definitely the way forward to get all your career concerns get solved. CareerGuide provides the perfect platform in the form of online telephonic counselling as well as discussion forum for further advice. The counsellors on CareerGuide are experts in their areas and with proven experience, then can very well guide you and help you craft your career path. Apart from the discussion and talk, you can appear for the psychometric tests to decide your career option.

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Career counselor category

Dear Aspirant, You have selected Humanities and Career Counselor category to ask this question. What would you like to know? Are you interested in career counselling as a career? Please elaborate your question so that I can guide you appropriately. If you are not sure which is the suitable course to you, then I would strongly recommend you to appear for the Ideal Career Test from careerguide. This is a psychometric test which assess you aptitude, interests, emotional quotient and suggest you best careers for you. The report gets generated instantly and you can then talk to the counsellors

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Career counselor category

Dear Aspirant, Thanks for approaching us for career counselling. In what aspect we can help you? If you can give more information about yourself in terms of your education till now, your career aspirations, doubts, concerns, etc. then I can help and guide you more appropriately. Please write you specific concerns here and I shall definitely help you sort out. I would suggest that you may also take the Ideal Career Test from careerguide. This psychometric test will help you in choosing career options since the test will give you suitable options based on your psychometric analysis which include

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Career counselor category

Dear Aspirant, Nice question and it is equally a nice feeling to answer this. CareerGuide can help you in the major below ways in order to achieve your career goals: 1. Sharing of true information 2. Unbiased advice and suggestion on your career problems and removal of confusions 3. Psychometric testing for making well  informed and scientific career decision 4. Consulting in your mid career if you feel stuck up or saturated. 5. Expert career counsellors to guide, who themselves are also domain experts. Achieving career goals is critical and helping you in that is our passion. Any pr

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Career counselor category

Dear Aspirant, I too felt very adventurous to read your further career aspiration and that too after working 10 years. Adventure, Fitness, Yoga are universal activities and hobbies which people keep. As far as making them a business activity, definitely there is scope in Canada and for that matter in any part of the world.  However what made you think of leaving your 10 years of experience in a good company with a good salary? Are you frustrated or you dont see any growth further in your career? Starting adventure, fitness, yoga, etc as a business activity, if you are qualified in them go

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Career counselor category

Dear Aspirant, Glad to know that you took the Ideal Career Test. Do call me up through this system and we cna discuss in detail the report and craft your career path. Best wishes

4 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Career counselor category

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