From LinkedIn and Facebook, to Twitter and Instagram social media is changing many things including the way our clients look for work and the way employers recruit and screen candidates. Whether a fan of social media or not, today’s CDPs need to understand how social media impacts their work.
Join Dr. Deirdre Pickerell to explore what the codes of ethics that guide our practice have to say about social media and how to navigate this potential minefield.
This interactive course provides you with a framework to build your capacity to have effective career conversations with others, along with strategies to implement new skills and behaviors within your particular workplace context. Learn about a hope-centered career navigation model and benefit from the opportunity to be with internationally renowned career expert Dr. Norm Amundson.
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This course is designed for those who coach, lead or counsel others to actively navigate the challenges and opportunities of their individual career paths.
Location: UBC Robson Square
Date: June 17-18, 2016
As an added bonus – workshop participants will be able to access the HCCI assessment tool with clients or staff, and apply specific strategies learned within this two-day intensive.
Early Bird Discount: Save $70 for registrations received by May 20, 2016.
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Take advantage of this free leadership and professional development opportunity!
All participants will have access to the platform at least until November 28th. We will let you know as soon as possible if an extension is granted. The earlier you register the more time you will have with your mentor or mentee!
This project has been opened to all career practitioners in BC to provide you with a broader spectrum of professional development opportunities and potential connections.
Please help us to share the news about this initiative through your professional networks.
For more information about the BC Mentorship Pilot Project or to offer any feedback, suggestions or testimonials, please contact Sarah Millburn, BCCDA Project Manager at email@example.com or at 604-684-3638604-684-3638. For more information regarding activities undertaken by the BC Centre for Employment Excellence, please contact Shawn de Raaf, CfEE Research Coordinator.
This project is funded in whole or in part by the Government of Canada and the Province of British Columbia through the Ministry of Social Development and Social Innovation’s Research and Innovation Fund.
The logos below are for the use of members and CCDP designated practitioners
Contact us to register! Or check out our website for more details on the ICS Practitioner Program
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DOUGLAS COLLEGE: Check- out new hybrid part-time programs that give you the edge to begin and progress in your role as a CDP!
Career Development Practice: On the Road: these two courses are offered in communities around the province, and meet the mandatory courses required for application for the CCDP designation. These courses also ladder into the Douglas College Career Development Practice program.
Career Development Practice Certificate Program: develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes to work effectively with diverse client groups. You will learn techniques to work with individuals and groups and develop skills using assessment tools. Labour market trends, career transitions, and case management skills are also included in the program content. The Case Management course ladders into the Douglas College Career Development Practice Advanced Certificate program.
Career Development Practice Advanced Certificate Program: prepare to take the next step in your professional development as a Career Development Practitioner. Built on leading edge research, ideas and best practices from the field nationally and globally, this fully online program will help you build information management, documentation and programs management skills.
Is your certification valid across Canada? Check this chart from Canadian Council for Career Development showing Career Certification at-a-Glance. Information provided for BC, Alberta, Quebec, the only provinces with formal certification. The chart contains important information on developments towards certification in Nova Scotia New Brunswick and Ontario.
The BCCDA Board is pleased to present the Association's Three-Year Plan 2013-2016. The strategic themes identified are governance, membership and business development and stakeholder relations. From the themes the board chose eleven strategic initiatives on which to focus in the next three years.