A Study of the Issues and Proposed Solutions for the Operation of the Gyeonggi-Do Career Center: Focusing on the Ordinances

Kim Yong-Ki


The purpose of this study is to identify the heads of the Gyeonggi Career Experience Support Center's perceptions of
the operation of the center and to suggest policy directions for qualitative growth and performance enhancement of the
center. A total of 10 participants, including 2 Gyeonggi scholars in charge of career pathways and 8 leaders of the
Gyeonggi career experience support center, participated in the first Delphi test and the second and third in-depth
interviews. As a result of the first Delphi survey, in-depth interviews were conducted by nomadizing them into an
organization, work, qualification, training, and others. First, the organization cited the stability of status, the size of the
organization of qualified employees, and the standardized center assessment index as a result of the in-depth interview.
Second, the division of tasks based on significance and the usage of the Base Center were discussed since it is difficult
to complete all of the tasks specified in the ordinance. Third, qualification and training refer to the expansion of
qualifications and periodic training of center members. Fourth, others referred to the revision of ordinances,
consulting, and establishment of a career education center.
In conclusion, it was first suggested to ensure the homogeneity of the organizational structure and human resources
throughout 31 career experience support centers in Gyeonggi-do. Second, it was advised that the center employees
broaden their credentials and offer training to develop their skills in order to obtain expertise in accordance with the
expansion of the center's activity. Lastly, a proposal was made to construct the Gyeonggi Jinro Education Center as the
control tower for the administrative and financial support of 31 centers in Gyeonggi-do.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5430/jct.v12n1p50


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