A 2 hour session introducing 5 modalities for strengths-based relationships that can integrate into your daily professional practice.
In-person or Online | June 21, 2023
Provides career development professionals with informed skills and strategies to identify challenges, along with tangible tools to work effectively with individuals who have a history of trauma and are engaging in career development.
September 17 – October 7, 2023
CERIC invites individuals or organizations with an interest in presenting at the annual Cannexus conference to submit a brief session outline for consideration.
The St. John’s Status of Women Council is excited to launch in-person training sessions right here at the Women’s Centre! All of our sessions are facilitated with a feminist, trauma-informed approach by our skilled and knowledgeable staff.
Student Development Officers at CNA are a key piece of the career development ecosystem. Join us in a shout out to the following CDO/CDPs.
In the coming months, the newly branded Career Development Professional Centre, will emerge as a virtual space that builds excellence and innovation within career and workforce development.
Career Development Professional is a (one-year) two term graduate certificate program that prepares graduates to enter the career development sector.
VOCO offers tailored online and face-to-face training courses for a wide range of individuals, organizations and academic institutions to elevate and standardize the field of career development across Canada.
CPC certifications acknowledge and demonstrate your subject matter expertise to your clients, colleagues, and employer.
2023 Programs and Courses
In partnership with CERIC, LMIC recently concluded a three-part webinar series on new labour market information (LMI) to support career service practitioners with the information they need to help their clients succeed in a changing, dynamic world of work.
Courtney provides case management to job seekers who identify as having a mental illness or challenge.
Gain an in-depth understanding of the Hope-Action Theory, and how to use it as a foundation for career conversations.
This digital-only issue of Careering, on the theme of Social Justice, highlights the importance of understanding the context in which people pursue education and work – or are prevented from doing so to their full potential.
The Labour Market Information Council is committed to improving the timeliness, reliability and accessibility of Canadian labour market information. See current offerings.
Canadian Career Development Foundation’s VOCO Training Centre offers online, self-directed, competency-based courses for educators and career development professionals.
CCDF Blog Repost
There are so many places where you can find career inspiration.
I think perhaps, that one of the most overlooked and under-appreciated places where I have found career development advice is at the movies, and I’ve been watching a lot of them over the past few months.
With millions of Canadians now relying on the CERB for their income, many people are wondering if these benefits should be permanent. Mr. Segal helps us understand what a guaranteed income is—and what it isn’t.