This page provides an 'at a glance' overview of our programme of expert online training.

"Expert Training Online" is the name of our new, priced online CPD - presented by recognised experts in their field and career thought leaders. Most sessions will last about one hour: the fee for members will be £25 + VAT per one-hour session (£45 for non-members). Longer sessions will be priced accordingly.  

If you have ideas for future expert training sessions or would like to run a session yourself, please contact Jan.ellis@thecdi.net 

 


 

 

10/09/2020

Five Fabulous New Career Theories and how you can use them in your work (Expert Training Online)

In this interactive session career thought leader Julia Yates will introduce you to some of her favourite theories and models that you may not have come across before, share case studies to help shed light on the theories, and discuss how they can be used in careers work. Theories to be explored: Career Inaction Theory; The Kaleidoscope Career Model; System 1 and System 2; Post-job loss career-growth model; Career resources model.

16/09/2020

Supporting UK refugees into work (Expert Training Online)

This two-hour e-workshop introduces best practice in supporting refugees at all skill levels with careers information, advice and guidance, with a focus on finding work that is relevant to their skills and experience. It may be followed up in September with a webinar specifically about supporting refugee professionals. Transitions is a social enterprise, providing free bespoke services for refugee professionals and corporately responsible recruitment solutions for employers. They will present practical information, advice, case studies, a candidate who will make a short presentation, and answer questions.

21/09/2020

CDI SEND Masterclass 1 - Introduction to young people with SEND and the key career challenges they face (Expert Training Online)

The biggest challenge to successfully delivering careers guidance for young people with SEND is understanding the vastly differing groups of young people, the barriers they face and what positive career outcomes look like. You will build your confidence by improving your knowledge of who young people with SEND are, starting with the national careers strategy and statutory guidance and how it applies to SEND. You will be able to recognise the key career challenges facing young people with SEND in Career SEND Group One and Career SEND Group Two and what can be done to mitigate them and appreciate what positive career outcomes look like whilst looking at a whole of school case study to understand how everything fits together.