More than two decades ago, policymakers from 14 countries at the inaugural International Symposium for Career and Public Policy challenged the career development community to make the economic and social development case for our field. Despite decades of practice, policymakers across the globe said we hadn’t made the case.
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The City of St. John‘s monthly Local Immigration Partnership newsletter is now live!
Career Guidance for Adults in Canada makes nine recommendations to strengthen career services in Canada.
This April and May we had the privilege to offer learning to 31 practitioners from 14 agencies. They helped pilot the new Career Development Professional Centre’s training titled Career Development in Practice: Building a New Era.
Dr. Lorraine Godden (Ironwood Consulting and Carleton University) is working with two researchers from Queen’s University and the International Centre for Guidance Studies at the University of Derby, in the United Kingdom, on a CERIC funded project to explore career-related learning and fundamental skills development activities in elementary schools across Canada.
Check out the recent CareerWise article written by Corner Brook’s Ashely Christopher and Leah Callfas.
The CDP profile(2021) is the result of collaboration across the country that included many practitioners from NL through coffee consultations, expert focus groups and steering committee participation.
Join the online national community of practice hosted by the CCDF. Check out the CEC group page for CDPs from Newfoundland and Labrador. Connect today to build your network and see more of the Canadian professional community.
IM&M+ Community Partners across Canada received exciting news.
More than 1,700 career development professionals from across Canada and around the world came together for the second virtual Cannexus conference in late January/early February.
We would love to hear about your experience and what works for you to build and maintain your CDP professional network.
CERIC surveyed 500 Canadian executives in more than 11 industries including service, retail, hospitality, construction and manufacturing.
The survey also provides comparability to CERIC’s 2013 survey to track differences within the past eight years.
Connected for Success – Newfoundland offers low cost internet for eligible individuals, including tenants of housing partner organizations.
The newly formed LD-ACE (Learning Disabilities Awareness and Empowerment Project) presenter team is ready to present via zoom all over Newfoundland and Labrador. These presentations are a special opportunity to learn the joys and challenges of this unique way of walking through the world of school, employment, self-advocacy, relationships, and mental health.
This CareersNet expert collection consists of diverse authored contributions from independent CareersNet guidance experts and contributors to Cedefop’s 2020 CareersNet meeting.
They are always looking to expand their network of individuals interested in immigration in St. John’s. If you are interested in getting involved in a working group, collaborating on a project, or learning more.
he purpose of this Code of Ethics is to provide professional boundaries and practical directives for professional behaviour and practice for those who offer services in career development.
Are You A Career Development Practitioner? CDPs help individuals navigate learning and work transitions across the lifespan.
As we begin this pilot project, we are developing a framework to support our data decisions and assist us in collecting, transforming and presenting relevant information.
Learn more about your NL partners who are leading the conversation about basic income.
Update on new PR pathways The new pathways to permanent residency for essential temporary workers and international graduates announced in April have been popular. The international graduates stream has reached its cap, but the temporary workers streams remain open. These temporary policies help temporary workers and international graduates who are already in Canada to apply
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On April 14, 2021 the Government of Canada announced new pathways to permanent residency for essential temporary workers and international graduates.
Since the start of this project in September 2018, over 1000 CDPs across the country have been collaborating to co-create the NEW bilingual documents.
Career Development Institute is a single voice for the Career Development sector in the UK. Their new career guidance framework is a great example of how to clearly define and describe career development.