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A regional meeting in Scotland
The traditional gap year has moved on quite considerably over the past few years and the flexibility, opportunities and variety has increased. However, the fundamental benefits to the individual remain the same. Join this webinar to understand what the current travel, volunteering and work based projects industry looks like and to hear how individuals can ensure they are taking part in a meaningful and beneficial scheme.
This fourth, free-to-members, Cutting Edge - Research to Practice event will explore different aspects of how we can enhance our practice working with adults at various stages of their lives; both in careers guidance and career coaching settings. Keynote speakers include NICEC Fellows Julia Yates; Stephen McNair; Rosemary McLean; Tristram Hooley and Marian Morris. The event will be held at a venue in central Manchester. 50 free places are reserved for CDI members; please complete the standard booking form to secure your place.
Managing a team in a careers service, in a school/college context or in a career coaching or talent management business requires a range of leadership skills and management styles.
This webinar will give you a solid understanding of student finance and loans for students in England, Northern Ireland and Wales. There will be an update on recent developments with student grants. You will leave the webinar with a better understanding of the processes involved in applying for student finance, and the funding available for student studying at further and higher education the UK.
This module provides an opportunity for participants to review their practice, in terms of information sharing and general knowledge management. We will challenge processes and systems of communication and look at some practical exercises that will illustrate the need to hold appropriate information, the sharing of critical information and how all of this makes for robust decision-making within an organisation.
The CDI Code of Ethics covers the professional behaviour and practice required of all CDI members and informs the public of the ethical principles to which all CDI members adhere. This event will help you to explore the Code of Ethics and what this means in practice and will introduce you to the Framework which can be used by practitioners as a step-by-step decision making process when dealing with ethical issues. Case studies produced by the CDI Professional Standards Committee will be used to illustrate how the Framework and the Code of Ethics can be used in practice. The session will be led by Janet Moffett, CDI Professional Standards Committee member.
Monday 8th February 2016
2.00pm - 3.00pm
Working with adults: what is the latest researc...
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