Kudos is a program used mostly in schools for young people deciding on their career choices and what qualifications they may need to get reach careers. It is designed primarily for use in the United Kingdom, and is used by public and government-operated schools and school systems. It is aimed at students ages 13-20 years.
The Kudos software is available in both CD and online formats. It is one of a range of career resources produced by CASCAiD, a
Young people answer a set of 50 questions, followed by a further 67 questions should the user wish to do so. The responses for each question could be one of five answers: dislike very much, dislike, does not matter, like and like very much.
This will then give the young person a list of careers, that match their preferences from the questions. They can then click on these careers and it will enable them to look at the aspects of the career and the qualifications needed for it.
CASCAiD also produces the Careerscape program accessible from the link below. This is an information program that gives advice on careers, qualifications, subjects and lifestyle issues.
Kudos and Careerscape are produced by CASCAiD.
* [http://www.cascaid.co.uk/home/main.do?section_id=16 KUDOS Product Information]
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kudos — ► NOUN ▪ praise and honour. USAGE Despite appearances, kudos is not a plural form: there is no singular form kudo, and use as a plural, as in he received many kudos for his work , is incorrect. ORIGIN Greek … English terms dictionary
Kudos — Ku dos, v. t. To praise; to extol; to glorify. Kudos d egregiously. [R.] Southey. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
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