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This one-day course will provide a thorough introduction to careers work in schools and colleges. It will include an overview of the policy context and the aims principles and essential components of CEIAG. The programme will focus on each aspect in turn and conclude with a examination of the role of careers leaders in schools and colleges today. This event will be led by David Andrews, an honorary life member of the CDI, and expert in careers education, who has huge experience in running courses for teachers, advisers and others involved in CEIAG. All our training events are open to members and non-members.
This new hands-on, social media training course, to be held in Manchester, is designed for career educators and advisers who are keen to focus on embedding social media within careers delivery. The twin aims of the course are to help participants fully appreciate the potential implications of social media usage on learners' career prospects and to promote the use of social media as an essential component of a modern career education and guidance programme. Some prior knowledge and understanding of popular social media sites would be advantageous, but not essential,
This introductory session will aim to answer some key questions: What is NLP is and how it is used? What are the issues around NLP; what is the debate around its use? What are the key considerations for people investigating using NLP? How can I find out more? How could it be used in career and personal development contexts? How do I get trained and make sure I get good quality training?
The CDI supports many professionals working with SEND young people in a wide range of settings from special schools and units to community programmes and adult social care. This new one-day regional conference programme (York, London and Exeter) has been designed to build the confidence of practitioners who are relatively new to this area of work. Through plenary sessions and workshops, it will provide delegates with valuable insights into the behaviours, difficulties and disabilities, experienced by clients who require additional support.
This introductory session will aim to raise awareness of the theory’s main tenets and look at how the theory may be helpful on coaching (including career coaching) scenarios. Using real stories and illustrative materials the theory will be ‘unpacked’ in a fun and active way. The webinar will also support delegates in finding out more and how to get trained in TA.
An Introduction to Careers Work in Schools and ...
Monday 19th October 2015
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