Our program offers a carefully crafted curriculum covering a wide range of digital topics, including internet safety, online privacy, critical thinking, media literacy, effective communication, and much more.
The objective of this guide is to provide career practitioners with a better sense of where work exists for them, both in and beyond government contracts.
Thanks to Sareena Hopkins who shared 3 reports on the Career Development Professional Centre last month.
Register through the NL Public Library to access online tutoring through HelpNow, job search through JobNow, professional networking through LinkedIn Learning and language courses through Rocket Languages.
Do you have hearing loss? How do you know?
Book a FREE hearing screening in October to find out (Marystown & Fortune)
Do you need a gentle career health nudge? Check out this new CDP resource from the Career Development Professional Center.
Tristram Hooley shares slides from a recent presentation that he gave to the Career Development Association of Australia looking at the issue of green guidance.
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.
The new Code of Ethics is intended as a platform for the Canadian Competencies for Career Development Professionals. It is designed to reflect the breadth and depth of the field as an essential component of the national competencies.
Career professionals now have access to a new resource, the Skills for Success Practitioner Competency Framework. This comprehensive tool supports practitioners in delivering training related to the Government of Canada’s Skills for Success program.
The St. John’s Local Immigration Partnership is a broad-based partnership designed to support the well-being and participation of newcomers in all aspects of life in the city, as well as to strengthen the city’s ability to integrate newcomer needs into municipal planning processes.
Exciting news for the Career Development Professional Centre (CDPC)/Centre d’expertise en développement de carrière (CEDC) online community! They have launched a new feature within the CDPC – the Centre’s Library!
Crack the Hiring Code: Get Hired
Check out the recent CareerWise article written by Corner Brook’s Ashely Christopher and Leah Callfas.
Join the MACD Career Conversations Podcast, part of the Manitoba Association for Career Development, as we meet Manitoba’s many professionals to talk about their career journey, their clients, and their work.
First Voice today released its Community Action Plan at a public event attended by elected officials, members of the urban Indigenous community, and the general public.
Individual on Income Support are eligible for $300 annually for fillings through MCP.
The field of career and employment has its fair share of ethical dilemmas and a skilled CDP navigates them regularly with guidance from the Canadian Code of Ethics and by using the 5-step Ethical Decision-Making Model.
St. John’s Women’s Centre has counsellors available on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 12:00pm-5:30pm.
Inclusion Canada Newfoundland and Labrador (previously known as Newfoundland and Labrador Association for Community Living; NLACL) is a non-profit organization that works with and on behalf of persons with intellectual disabilities.
We begin by painting a picture of newcomers to Canada that speaks to how they are situated within the Guiding Principles, and we then suggest discussion questions and activities that professionals can use when providing career support to this particular population.
CERIC development these Guiding Principles as a window to self-reflection and to provide a place to discuss what we do as career professionals and how we do it.
This research seeks to understand how foundational concepts and skills that are introduced and developed by teachers in Grades 4 to 6 connect to career-related learning in Canadian classrooms.
Norwegian CDP, Inga Stenmgaard developed this career development resource to bring ideas of social justice into an already busy workday.
Download and share these resources at your Family Literacy Day 2023 event.
Next Steps Employment Service team works directly with participants to assist them with achieving success on their employment journey. Staff can provide help to referred (including self-referrals) participants, such as resume building, job search, job interview preparation and securing funding for upgrading/pursuing higher education.
Offered here is a strategic framework – a roadmap for moving forward, so to speak – for increasing the sustainable employment of persons with disabilities in Canada.
What we learned from Carey Majid & Kathy Lewis about criminal convictions & the Human Rights Act. Notes and resources from the 2017 session.
Share one of your Canada Career Month Amplify actions and be entered to win a copy of “Strengthening Mental Health Through Effective Career Development”.