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Master Class: Transforming the Careers Guidance Interview – An Effective Integrated Counselling Approach (Morning Session)

09/07/2019 09:30 - 16:00 View

Our new Master Class series offers intensive three hour, small group, practical sessions on a range of topics and themes designed to develop and enhance your guidance skills. The first Master Class, led by Helen Steele, will focus on how you can transform your guidance practice by taking a counselling skills approach. Do we truly strive to work with the emotional content of what our clients are telling us (both verbally and non-verbally)? This workshop will help you take your guidance and counselling skills to the next level.

Master Class : Achieving a Breakthrough with the “Stuck Client” - The Art of Effective Challenging (Afternoon Session)

09/07/2019 09:30 - 16:00 View

Our new Master Class series offers intensive three hour, small group, practical sessions on a range of topics and themes designed to develop and enhance your guidance skills. The second Master Class, led by Helen Steele, will focus on a major guidance skill: challenging and helping clients who are stuck. Why is challenging so hard to do and do we all too often avoid it as careers advisers? Do you work with people who seem unable to move on, have unrealistic career ideas, never implement action plans and seem to go round in circles? This Master Class will help you to hone your skills in this important area.

Advanced Career Guidance and Coaching Skills

09/07/2019 09:30 - 16:00 View

This master class is designed for experienced practitioners who wish to focus on aspects of practice that cannot be delivered by on-line resources and which require a high level of artistry. The day will be highly practical, exploring a range of tactics and sharing good practice. The approaches used will be suitable for use with a wide range of clients. Quotes from recent delegates: "I found the day so useful – it reminded me why I love the job" (University IAG Outreach Adviser); "A very interesting and inspiring training day - am feeling re-energised! " (Career Coach); "I found the day very informative, interesting, refreshing and it has given me some much needed new ideas on how to work with the pupils at my school" (School Careers Adviser).

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CDI Cymru - Mental health at work (Free Webinar)

11/07/2019 12:30 - 13:30 View

The awareness of the part played by mental health in the overall wellness of people in the workplace is a growing issues within many organisations today. The willingness of people to open up about their own mental health issues has raised the expectations for organisations to raise their game in how they respond to mental health awareness in the workplace. Beyond the willingness of organisations to begin the dialogue with their staff there is also their duty of care to their employees and the parameters established by the Health and Safety Executive that play into how organisations might respond. How would an organisation assess how well it is doing in tackling these issues? What are the levels of competency and organisation needs to display to consider itself a leader in being supportive of the mental health concerns of its employees? Beyond the organisations responsibilities what can we do for each other to make workplaces places that are ‘mental health aware’. In this one hour overview we will capture some of the areas necessary to consider we can support each other and our clients in the day to day world of work.

National Careers Leader & Learning Conference 2019

11/07/2019 09:30 - 12/07/2019 16:00 View

"Developing Effective Career Programmes: Evaluation and Impact" - This two-day national conference is designed to support the Government's Careers Strategy and Statutory Guidance for Schools and Colleges. Last year we looked at 'achieving the Gatsby Benchmarks'. This year the focus of the conference is evaluation and impact; topics requested by most delegates in 2018. Confirmed keynote speakers include: Sir John Holman; Clare MacDonald, Deputy Director DfE; Professor Tristram Hooley; Marion Morris and Emily Tanner, Head of Research at the CEC.

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National Careers Leader & Learning Conference 2019

11/07/2019 09:30 - 12/07/2019 16:00 View

"Developing Effective Career Programmes: Evaluation and Impact" - This two-day national conference is designed to support the Government's Careers Strategy and Statutory Guidance for Schools and Colleges. Last year we looked at 'achieving the Gatsby Benchmarks'. This year the focus of the conference is evaluation and impact; topics requested by most delegates in 2018. Confirmed keynote speakers include: Sir John Holman; Clare MacDonald, Deputy Director DfE; Professor Tristram Hooley; Marion Morris and Emily Tanner, Head of Research at the CEC.

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The National Careers Helpline – Free Services for Schools and Colleges (Free Webinar )

16/07/2019 12:30 - 13:30 View

Find out more about the digital support on offer to schools and colleges in England delivered by the National Careers Service helpline, including this years’ exams results service. An amazing range of free, tailored support is available to meet the needs of 13-18 year olds. For example, virtual guidance sessions can add another dimension to existing CEIAG provision, assist careers leaders with the delivery of impartial CEIAG, and supplement school and college content. This webinar will outline services available, with an opportunity for questions and discussion.

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CDI Scotland - Dyslexia through the lens of career coaching (Free Webinar)

04 Sep 2019 15:00

September 4th - 1500 Dyslexia Scotland’s...

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Understanding Autism for Careers Professionals

09 Sep 2019 09:30

The CDI is delighted to be working with partner...

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