A new page has been published on the SKCDA website to highlight the great work of the Saskatoon Industry Education Council. They have produced so many outstanding resources that are of use for Career Development Professionals, students and yout, among many others.
Did you know that they have a host of recorded webinars and Career Pathways Panels on the Spotlight on Careers section of the SIEC website? For instance, check out this video on how the COVID-19 Vaccines were developed:
SKCDA Podcast - Episode 6: Be Open to Alternative Ways of Doing Things (Julie Kehrig, Vision Loss Rehabilitation Canada)
The SKCDA Podcast team interviews Julie Kehrig, CCDP, Career and Employment Specialist with Vision Loss Rehabilitation Canada to learn more about how to support and empower clients with vision loss. See resources for episode at https://www.skcda.ca/skcda-podcast.html
Resources recommended by Julie:
Other resources mentioned in episode:
In the leadup to our Nov 16/21 Professional Development session featuring Dr. Borgen, check out this message from 2019 when she was awarded the Etta St. John Wileman by CERIC.
Register for the Nov 16/21 Beyond the Basics workshop here!
Beyond the Basics: Career Development for Diverse Clients Panel Discussion Featuring Dr. Roberta Borgen (Neault)
Professional Development Lunch & Learn Session November 16, 2021
Tuesday, November 16, 2021
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm Central Standard Time (Saskatchewan)
This session will feature a presentation on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) in Career Development context followed by a panel discussion featuring contributing authors from the Career Development for Diverse Clients book published by Cognella Academic Publishing.
Dr. Roberta Borgen (Neault) has authored several books on Career Development. She founded Life Strategies in 1993 to provide career coaching, counselling and consulting services to clients. Life Strategies has since become an award-winning organization, highly respected in the career development community, in Canada and internationally.
Free for members of the Saskatchewan Career Development Association
Admission: Free for SKCDA Members
$20 for event admission for non-members
$25 for admission & SKCDA membership for 2021-22
Register for this event at skcda.ca
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SKCDA Podcast - Episode 5: Safety, Mattering and Belonging (Dr. Catherine Hajnal, Life Fundamentals)
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The SKCDA Podcast team interviews Dr. Catherine Hajnal, Grief Educator and Instructor at Douglas College in Trauma-Informed Career Development Practice. Learn more at https://www.skcda.ca/skcda-podcast.html
Catherine Hajnal, PhD, is an educator with over 25 years of experience creating learning environments that foster a deeper understanding of the human condition. With a specialization in the losses inherent in life’s many transitions, Catherine facilitates exploration of the process of grieving and its transformative potential. She completed her doctoral work in Human Factors Engineering at the University of Wisconsin exploring the intersection of occupational safety, health and well-being, and the design of work. (from Douglas college website)
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The SKCDA Podcast team interviews Kathy Wickstrand, Executive Director of Prairie Employment Program in North Battleford, SK. We discuss supported employment, memorable projects, and more!
Resources Mentioned in Episode
Originally shared 2021-08-05 by email
The National Profile is a subset of the full Competency Framework for CDPs and delineates the competencies of a client-facing generalist who delivers service in a range of contexts to a diverse clientele. The Profile can be used by training providers to update and refine offerings, by employers to inform recruitment and the development of learning plans, and by CDPs in their own professional development and growth. Once a national certification program is launched, the National Profile will also underpin the requirements associated with the national Certified Career Development Professional (CCDP) designation. Thank you to all the brilliant CDPs across Canada whose expertise, experience, and voices are imbued in the National Profile. http://ccdp-pcdc.ca/en/
The "Summary of Competencies" word file has the text of pp 9-10 of the 254 page National Competency Profile document. This information is also presented as an infographic on pp 11-12. Download the National Profile -ccdp-pcdc.ca/en/Competency_Profile_CDP.pdf
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