Resources for Career Practitioners
CDP Quick Reference Sheet
We keep an updated reference sheet for CDPs working in Newfoundland and Labrador. It is not exhaustive but it can help you locate practitioners as well as help you build your professional network.
As CERIC kicks off 20 years of advancing career development in Canada, we are pleased to release three new publications and two reports that will serve as essential resources for career development professionals.
This month the Social Fabric Institute amplifies a piece of “research about employment discrimination in Canada.
Challenge Factory is incredibly excited to announce the upcoming launch of our new report: Hidden Sector, Hidden Talent: Mapping Canada’s Career Development Sector.
If you sometimes struggle to explain to clients how you will be working with them? This printable poster is a great office poster and resource to share.
If you’re ready to find a job, this guide is for you.
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 need a gentle career health nudge? Check out this new CDP resource from the Career Development Professional Center.