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Careers professionals will get an up to date overview of the studying in Canada including: why we should encourage students to think about a Canadian education; what’s different about a Canadian education; why students are going to Canada; how they can find more information, and the options available to them. By the end of the session you will feel more confident in presenting studying in Canada as an option and be aware of the information/resources available to students
"Exploring our professional status as career practitioners through professional identity and professional development", is the latest in our series of free NICEC/CDI Cutting Edge events. 2017 is the 'CDI Year of Advocacting on behalf of your Profession' and this one day event led by experts in the field, including Dr Siobhan Neary; Dr Lyn Barham; Rosemary McLean and Dr Janet Sheath, will encourage you to think about what it means to be a “Professional” exploring different aspects of professional identity, professional development, confidence and capability.
Networking is an essential skill for everyone involved in Career Development. On and off-line networks play an increasingly important role for individuals in creating success in their careers or businesses. That means you and your clients, whether they are students yet to enter the workforce or people further on in their careers.
The full programme is a two day event, although each day is self-standing: you can choose to attend for either: Day 1, Day 2 or both days consecutively.
Day 1: Developments in Guidance Theory: A practical guide
Day 2: Advanced Career Guidance and Coaching
Feedback from our January 2015 course: "Excellent programme - I feel more confident and can't wait to try some of the activities"; "Very useful course both as a reminder and introduction to new concepts and ways of doing things."
Perhaps one of the Holy Grail issues for every senior leadership team? Independent career education consultant Janet Colledge leads this new webinar for the CDI focusing on and aiming to answer the following questions: Is it true that Ofsted are taking more of an interest in careers? If so, what are they looking for? How will they find it? Are they looking for data? Will they want to see a folder of evidence? This webinar is vital for all school based careers staff who need to ensure their managers know what to expect.
Careers professionals will get an up to date overview of the studying in the USA including: why we should encourage students to think about a US education; what’s different about a US education why students are going to the USA; how they can find more information, and the options available to them. By the end of the session you will feel more confident in presenting studying in the USA as an option and be aware of the information available to support students.
This interactive webinar session will look at the Careers, Employability and Enterprise Framework one year on. Career education consultant Kath Wright will explore its relevance to curriculum planning, supporting initiatives such as Gatsby, QiCs, Ofsted and the Certificate in Career Leadership. Kath will also cover how schools and colleges are using the framework and the supporting audit documents. There will be time to discuss what other career education and employability resources career practitioners would find useful and might be developed by the CDI.
Wednesday 22 February 2017 - 4pm
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Monday 6 March 2017 - 15:30 - 16:30
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