Anne has taught at CCCU since 2005. After a career of 20 years in the careers profession as a practitioner, trainer and consultant, Anne began her academic career by taking the lead on the new e-learning course in careers work for school based practitioners and also teaching careers education on the MA in Career Guidance. She is now the programme director for the newly validated programme MA Career Management and is the Assitant Director of the Centre for Career and Personal Development.
Anne continues to work in private practice in the UK and overseas.
Research and knowledge exchange
Curently Anne is working towards a PhD. Her area of research is into psycho-social influences on career choice. Previous areas of interest include Parental influence on career choice and career learning and development
Teaching and subject expertise
Career Learning/Labour Markets/ Safeguarding children and young people/ Working with parents
Key notes in Malta, University of Bedford and Essex County Council
Member of the Association of Inspectors of Careers Education
Member of NICE - The Network for Innovation in Career Counselling in Europe
Publications and research outputs
Chant, A. (2011) 'Parental influences on career and life choices - when did you last see your father?' in Reid, H.L. (ed) Vocation, Vocation, Vocation: placing meaning in the foreground of career decision-making|, Occasional Paper, Centre for Career and Personal Development, Canterbury Christ Church University, forthcoming.
Chant, A. (2011) 'What's in the market-frame?', Journal of Association of Careers Education and Guidance, June 2011
Barnes, A., Bassot, B. and Chant, A. (2011) An Introduction to Career Learning and Development 11-19: Perspective, Practice and Possibilities|, London: Taylor and Francis
Chant, A. (2010) 'Parental Influence - the enemy or an untapped partnership?', Journal of Association of Careers Education and Guidance, June 2010
Bassot, B and Chant, A (2010) 'From NEET to NET? The challenges and opportunities involved in providing career education, information, advice and guidance in relation to the 14-19 agenda: a critique' in Reid, H.L. (ed) The Re-emergence of Career: challenges and opportunities|, Occasional Paper, Centre for Career and Personal Development: Canterbury Christ Church University
Barnes, A and Chant, A (2010) 'Raising the bar: from careers co-ordinator to careers leader - rethinking the training and qualifications of the main CEIAG specialist in school' in Reid, H.L. (ed) The Re-emergence of Career: challenges and opportunities|, Occasional Paper, Centre for Career and Personal Development: Canterbury Christ Church University
Barnes, A and Chant, A (2008) 'The place of guidance within the extended schools agenda - is spontaneity sufficient?' in Reid, H.L. (ed) Constructing a way forward: innovation in theory and practice for career guidance|, Occasional Paper, Centre for Career & Personal Development: Canterbury Christ Church University