National Competency Profile for Career Development Professionals
Dolphin Disabilities Mentoring Day facilitates the pairing of motivated persons with disabilities with businesses that utilize the skills they have or are developing through training.
Learn from your peers, colleagues, friends with more than 25 workshops, 3 plenaries, 4 discussion Forums and 1 entertainment Gala.
Our theme this time around is how COVID has impacted children, youth and families as we all adjust to a new normal.
September 22, 2021
CCRW is expanding, and we are looking for new talent to join our exciting team of professionals
September 24, 2021
This year, First Light is calling on everyone to wear orange on September 30th to show solidarity with those who survived residential schools across Canada and to remember those who never made it home.
The Atlantic Autism Supports and Employment Network (AASEN) is an innovative network that provides employment skills and supports to address the specific challenges that have emerged for job seekers on the autism spectrum during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Disability Employment Awareness Month (DEAM) occurs every October to promote inclusion of persons with disabilities in the workforce and to acknowledge their contributions to society.
CDPs working in job broking roles/employer engagement were reflecting on this being a pivotal period in the world of work for job seekers (and those advocating on their behalf). They are having meaningful conversations with employers about what defines a supportive and inclusive work environment.
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.
The Salvation Army in partnership with the College of the North Atlantic is offering a twelve-week sector skills training program which consists of nine weeks in classroom and three weeks on-the-job training.
Start date: September 20, 2021
CERIC will be hosting webinar series on a variety of topics this fall.
With a theme of “Career Development for Public Good,” the conference explored how to re-imagine career services as a gateway to social and economic justice in the wake of the global pandemic.
The Skills Transition Program consists of 12 weeks of paid classroom training and 4 weeks of paid on-the-job training. In addition, all materials, supplies, workbooks and textbooks are provided, including Personal Protective Equipment. Students are also eligible for a completion bonus of $650.
College of the North Atlantic, Prince Philip Drive Campus, will be offering a new 16- week “Information Technology Career Focus” program in September 2021.
A pre-employability program that offers individuals a chance to invest in themselves and experience the value of contributing to community outside of the context of being pressured to quickly get a job or move into training.