BCCDA Webinars

Webinars

BCCDA holds educational webinars every second Wednesday of the month. Webinar are free of charge to the professional members of the association, as well as member agencies.

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UPCOMING WEBINARS

CERIC-BCCDA WEBINAR SERIES COLLABORATION

NOVEMBER 3rd, 10th & 17th

Rethinking Career Engagement for Older Workers: Adapting to a Changing Workforce

BCCDA MONTHLY WEBINARS

Our members can access recording of the past webinars via their membership portal.

OCTOBER 2020

Time: October 14th, 2020 – 12pm to 1pm

Title: "Colour Spectrums Career Development (NOC) Dashboard"

Presenter: ROB CHUBB

Cost: Free – Exclusive to BCCDA members

Credits towards annual CCDP maintenance: One and half for live participation, one for recording

About the session:

Rob Chubb, the founding director of ColourSpectrums, will demonstrate how you can use the amazing NEW ColourSpectrums Career Development Dashboard to empower your career work. ColourSpectrums has colour coded the National Occupational Classification 500 Unit Group's Main Duties as: BLUE relationship people skills, GREEN problem solving analytical skills, RED physical mechanical skills and YELLOW organizational administrative skills. Clients simply input the results of their ColourSpectrums Personality Profile and click the Calculate Button. The dashboard algorythms analyze the 500 unit group's main duties to display similarities with visually stunning bubble charts, bar graphs and data table. You will have comlimentary access to the Dashboard so you can take it for a colourful test drive. ColourSpectrums offers online training, dashboard subscriptions and full support anytime. Preview at www.colourspectrums.com

About the presenter:

Rob is founding director of ColourSpectrums, promoting human development and self-empowerment through education, interaction and fun. He is the author of 3 ColourSpectrums Personality Styles Books. Rob brings a unique wealth of experience and energy to his presentations at local, national and international venures. He is an experienced child and youth care worker, foster parent, post secondary educator and business entreprenuer. Rob is a graduate of the University of Victoria, B.C. with a Bachelor's Degree (with distinction) in Child and Youth Care. Rob was a faculty member at Grant MacEwan College in Edmonton for over 20 years. Rob believes that learning should be fun and looks forward to facilitating this session for you. http://www.linkedin.com/pub/rob-chubb/44/484/187



NOVEMBER 2020

Time: November 18th, 2020 – 12 pm to 1pm

Title: "Redefining Balance"

Presenter: Andrea Fruhling

Cost: Free – Exclusive to BCCDA members

Credits towards annual CCDP maintenance: One and half for live participation, one for recording

About the session:

How do we understand and create new approaches to work/life balance in a way that supports clients and ourselves in this unpredictable time?

Learn creative and practical approaches to navigating transitions. Explore work/life balance from a range of perspectives (client, organizational, and career practitioner), developing a shared understanding of shifts to work/life balance. Learn hands-on, engaging ways of supporting clients throughout their career development and job sustainment needs, while simultaneously gaining new insights for Career Practitioners and Career-focused organizations.

About the presenter:

Andrea Fruhling is a Certified Organizational Coach and the Founder of Doubleknot Works. With over 20 years of leadership and career development experience, Andrea spends her time training, consulting, and coaching career practitioners, teams and organizations. Andrea is a Mentor Coach and instructor for UBC’s Organizational Coaching program, and has a private career coaching practice.

Andrea’s work combines her coaching background with creative and actively engaged approaches to career development. She has recently launched an online course in partnership with Norm Amundson and the Canadian Career Development Foundation (Engage: Dynamic Ways of Connecting). Her work focuses on creativity, hope, and active strengths-based learning.

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NOVEMBER 2020