Facilitated Individual and Group Learning refers to applying learning principles in order to design, develop, adapt and deliver a range of experiential activities leading to knowledge and skill acquisition. Activities are tailored towards meeting specific career-life planning needs of individuals or groups of clients. Learning activities may occur in one-on-one interview meetings, in classrooms (usually by guidance counsellors and co-operative education teachers), in supervised work experience (co-operative education teachers), and/or workshop settings.
Canadian Standards and Guidelines for Career Development Practitioners. Glossary of Career Development Terms. 2012. Online: http://career-dev-guidelines.org/career_dev/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/Glossary-of-Terms-changes-from-CD-Chapter-re-counselling.pdf (Retrieved on May 27, 2014)