CERIC has downloads of the book, Career Development Practice in Canada: Perspectives, Principles and Professionalism.
Check out over 20 chapters with titles such as "Developing Effective Client Relationships" (Chapter 5) "Employment Counselling and Poverty" (Chapter 10).
The topics are extensive. The downloads are free. Check them out below:
Chapter 1 - The Emergence of Career Development in Canada Authors: Marilyn Van Norman (Canadian Education and Research Institute for Counselling), Blythe C. Shepard (University of Lethbridge) and Priya Mani (University of Manitoba)
Chapter 2 - Its Evolution and Future Outlook Author: Louis Cournoyer (Université du Québec à Montréal)
Chapter 3 - Key to Economic Development Author: Phil Jarvis (Career Cruising)
Chapter 4 - Guiding Concepts for Career Development Practice Authors: Nancy Arthur (University of Calgary) and Sandra Collins (Athabasca University)
Chapter 5 - Professional Ethics, Role, and the Whole Person Author: Geoffrey S. Peruniak (Athabasca University)
Chapter 6 - Theoretical Foundations of Career Development Author: Roberta A. Neault (Life Strategies Ltd.)
Chapter 7 - Developing Effective Client Relationships Authors: Beverley Walters (Alberta Institute for Life Skills, Literacy and Business Education), Blythe C. Shepard (University of Lethbridge) and Priya S. Mani (University of Manitoba)
Chapter 8 - Career Planning, Knowledge, and Skills Authors: Kerri McKinnon and Kathleen Johnston (Concordia University College of Alberta)
Chapter 9 - Work Search Strategies Author: Deirdre A. Pickerell (Life Strategies Ltd.)
Chapter 10 - Employment Counselling and Poverty Author: Stephen Hill (Employment Counsellor)
Chapter 11 - Immigrants in Canada Contexts and Issues for Consideration Authors: Lisa Bylsma (Nanaimo, British Columbia) and Sophie C. Yohani (University of Alberta)
Chapter 12 - Refugees in Canada From Persecution to Preparedness Authors: Stephen J. Sutherland (Centre for Applied Settlement and Integration Studies) and Hany Ibrahim (Ottawa, Ontario)
Chapter 13 - Exploring Career Development and Planning in Canada Authors: Natasha Carverley (Turtle Island Consulting Services Inc.), Suzanne Stewart (Ontario Institute for Studies in Eduction) and Blythe C. Shepard (University of Lethbridge)
Chapter 14 - Elementary to High School Authors: Blythe C. Shepard (University of Lethbridge) and Priya S. Mani (University of Manitoba)
Chapter 15 - The Practice of Postsecondary Career Development Authors: Jennifer Browne and Lisa Russell (Memorial University)
Chapter 16 - Lifelong Career Management Authors: Sandra Boyd and Kim Spurgeon (Knightsbridge)
Chapter 17 - Assessment in Career Guidance Authors: Jeffrey Landine and John Stewart (University of New Brunswick)
Chapter 18 - A Holistic and Narrative Method of Practice Author: Mark Franklin (CareerCycles)
Chapter 19 - Community Capacity Building as a Model for Career Development Planning Authors: Scott Fisher (City of Greater Sudbury, Ontario), Waylon Greggain (University of Toronto) and Blythe C. Shepard (University of Lethbridge)
Chapter 20 - Demonstrating the Value of Career Development Services Authors: Bryan Hiebert (University of Calgary, University of Victoria) and Kris Magnusson (Simon Fraser University)
Chapter 21 - The Professionalization of Career Development in Canada in the 21st Century Authors: Lynne Bezanson, Sareena Hopkins and Elaine O'Reilly (Canadian Career Development Foundation)
Chapter 22 - Canadian Perspectives on Career Development Practice in the 21st Century Authors: Natasha Caverley (Turtle Island Consulting Services Inc.), Seanna Qressette (Creating Intentional Change Inc.), Blythe C. Shepard (University of Lethbridge) and Priya S. Mani (University of Manitoba)
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Canada Career Month events have been happening across the province. To contribute in the celebration, Career Development Association of PEI Inc. recently held an interactive networking event at UPEI.
Deputy Minister Sharon Cameron of Workforce and Advanced Learning (WFAL) presented the department’s Strategic Plan, called Engaging Our Workforce for Today and into the Future – 2016-2019.
The plan envisions a prosperous PEI where people want to live, learn, and work. “Our goal was to create a strategic plan that addresses the need to develop, attract and retain an educated, skilled and engaged workforce for a prosperous economy,” says the Deputy Minister. “This work is so very crucial to grow our economy in meaningful ways.”
After the presentation, there was a question and answer period, as well as discussions around the reaction to the plan. The feedback generated will be submitted to WFAL for their review.
Also, Kim Murphy and Lisa Chaisson, Co-Chairs gave an updated of the CDA of PEI activities.
The next CDA of PEI committee meeting will be held Dec 1st, 2016 at The Royalty Centre at 1::30, room 212. If you would like to attend for the first time, email email@example.com
To view the Workforce and Advanced Learning strategic plan, visit http://www.gov.pe.ca/photos/original/WALStrategy2016.pdf