CDI National Conference Workshops

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A major aspect of our National Conferences is CPD and Members’ investment in their professional practice. One of the most popular draws of the CDI Conference is the wide range of CPD workshops put on throughout the two-day conference; 32 workshops presented by experts and promoting best practice and innovation in the career development sector.

As the workshops draw such a large crowd, and the room space for each are limited, we always recommend prebooking your workshops to avoid disappointment on the day. Please take some time to read through the workshop outlines and then complete the Workshops Booking Form and return it as soon as possible. You can view the full list of workshops by downloading the Workshop Booklet 2019

The deadline for the return of your booking form is midday on Friday 29th November. Please return these forms to Ashley Bott, Training and Events Coordinator at events@thecdi.net.

Workshop places limited to 20 participants per workshop and are allocated on a first come first served basis. We cannot always guarantee your first choice, so book early to avoid disappointment. All workshop presentations will be available to download through the CDI website after the close of the conference.

 

Workshop sessions

Monday 2 December 2019

Workshop 1

12 noon

1

Nicolette

Wykeman

Intergenerational working: How to make a future multi-generational workforce flourish

2

Peter

Beven

Resilience and motivational interviewing

3

Jenny

Bimrose

The impact of the changing labour market on the practice and professionalism of career practitioners

4

Hannah

Courtney-Bennett

The importance of professional supervision for career development professionals and how it impacts on our wellbeing and resilience in practice

5

Chris

Dudley

The future of work

6

Claire

Nix

Does the careers leader programme support career leader resilience and well-being ?

7

Andrew

Stapleton

Digital career guidance tools

8

Lesley

Thain

State of the Nation: How do we build upon progress that’s been made and ensure we are developing sustainable careers provision in our schools and colleges?

Workshop 2

15.00

1

Jenny

Bimrose

The impact of the changing labour market on the practice and professionalism of career practitioners

2

 

   

3

Hilary

Nickell

Career hubs - What is happening out there ?

4

Mark

Fox

Future proofing: supporting the career guidance community of the future

5

Janet

Colledge

Coaxing your school into preparing young people for the future of work

6

Carolyn

Parry

Create your own future : How to fire your boss and paddle your own canoe by running your own career development business

7

Emma Sue

Prince

Wellbeing and resilience in an age of vulnerability and coddling

8

Liane

Hambly

Whole brain decision making

Tuesday 3 December 2019

Workshop 3

9.15

1

Lyn

Barham

Older workers need career development too

2

Peter

Beven

Resilience and motivational interviewing

3

Beth

Kennedy

Career ReCharge : Five strategies to boost resilience and beat burnout

4

Rachel

Mallows

Portfolio careers for career professionals

5

Amanda

Mason

How careers guidance has supported people with fatigue conditions to gain and sustain employment and build their resilience as part of the therapeutic process

6

Pete

Robertson

Career guidance and mental wellbeing

7

Michelle

Stewart

Understanding the adolescent mind

8

Cathy

Brown

Finding our why: Uncovering our purpose within this evolving world of work

Workshop 4

10.15

1

Jane

Barrett

An introduction to careers to reduce global warming

2

Piotrek

Gierszewski

The future of work and skills - Nesta's research and development programme for the future of careers management

3

Rachel

Mallows

Promotion of resilience to unemployed adults

4

Daniel

Mitchell

The world of online courses: Moving careers support into the 21st Century

5

Tom

Staunton

Theorising labour market information

6

Zoe

Schofield

The career equation - a practical model for navigating the 21st Century workplace

7

John

Fitzgerald

Future Career Readiness:  a 3-Dimensional Approach

8

Liz Halton

Lesley Harris 

Forward2Employment and sported internships - the journey so far!