ONLINE LEARNING COURSES
BCCDA has partnered up with Canadian Career Development Foundation to offer our members and community convenient online courses in Career Development through VOCO portal.
CCDF’s VOCO Training Centre offers educators and career development professionals a series of accessible, self-paced courses to learn new skills,access innovative new approaches and tools, connect with fellow professionals and fulfill course requirements for certification as Career Development Professionals (CDPs).
VOCO’s courses meet core and specialized competencies outlined in the Canadian Career Development Standards and Guidelines for Career Development Practitioners and the requirements of provincial certification bodies.
VOCO courses are offered online through an easy-to-use learning portal where the pace and approach to learning is up to you.
Work Search /Available now :
Work Search course prepares Career Development Professionals to help students/clients transition in to jobs, find/create meaningful work, and develop personalized plans for effective work search. Please refer here for details.
Use Code "BCCDA" to get a $20 discount.
Career Development Process/Coming in October, 2019 :-
This course builds the core skills and specialized techniques needed to effectively build a working alliance with clients and deliver career services using proven and effective models.
Using Labour Market Information in Career Services/Coming in February 2020 :-
This course prepares participants to better access, understand and apply labour market information (LMI) in their work with clients.
Career Development Foundations/Coming Soon :-
This course provides participants with an introduction to career development, exploring what it is and presenting a process (the 4M model) that highlights the key elements of it.
Ethics in Career Development Practice/Coming Soon :-
This course provides participants with opportunities to explore their ethical responsibilities as a Career Development Practitioner, to work through a variety of ethical dilemmas using an ethical decision-making model; and to build confidence in their capacity for ethical interventions and decision-making at work.