Career and Employment Coach Certificate (CECC)
The Winnipeg Transition Centre, in partnership with the University of Winnipeg Professional, Applied & Continuing Education, is offering a Career and Employment Coach Certificate (CECC). The CECC will provide workshop participants with intensive, hands-on training that will build and enhance their ability to assist unemployed individuals.
To view the program brochure, feel free to follow this link to the website: http://www.winnipegtransitioncentre.com/professional-development/careeremployment-coach-certificate-cecc/
Active Learning Works (ALW) is the professional development training division of the Winnipeg Transition Centre. Since 2001, ALW has trained thousands of professionals and delivered the Career/Employment Coach Certificate (CECC) workshops across Canada, including Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, PEI, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and most recently, the Northwest Territories.
CECC is offered in partnership with the University of Winnipeg Professional, Applied and Continuing Education (PACE) Program and Humber College in Toronto.
The CECC Program is comprised of four, 2-day highly interactive modules that include Career Planning, Resume Development, Interview Skills and Job Search Coach workshops. Attendance in all 4 sessions and successful completion of Final Assignments for each module will qualify you to receive the Final CECC from the University of Winnipeg or Humber College.
Requests to deliver the training to eclectic or in-house groups in any location is an option as these training sessions are portable. ALW is currently in discussion with the Manitoba Association for Career Development to include the CECC training as part of a peer certification process.
Should you have any further questions, please contact:
Winnipeg Transition Centre
Unit 200-686 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg, MB R3G 0M6
Phone: (204) 338-3899
Career Services Survey Invitation
Were you aware that the student to professional staff ratio in career centres across Canada ranges from 1 professional staff member for every 22 students to 1 professional staff member to every 13,191 students? How about that career centres are managing an average of 8 different technology platforms, and that schools in the Atlantic region are the most heavily invested in technology? What about that career centres based in colleges (37.5%) and polytechnics (50%) are significantly more likely to offer academic advising within their centres than ones based in universities (4%)?
If you believe that having this type of data would be useful to Canadian career centres as a whole, or interesting to you personally in your role, I wanted to invite you to complete this nationwide survey of career services centres in Canada to gain a better understanding of how career services areas across Canada operate. All survey participants will receive a copy of the Research Brief generated by the data.
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