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
CERIC 2015 Survey Results are in! Click HERE to see some interesting findings about our profession.
Steve MacQuaid of the Atlantic Evaluation Group presents findings from the CDA of PEI 2015 Conference and 2015 Survey.
This past October at the CDA of PEI annual conference we had the pleasure to host Sareen Hopkins, Executive Director with Canadian Career Development Foundation in Ottawa. She provided great insight to the Career Development profession. She took the opportunity to shine a spotlight on the areas of opportunity and action for the profession across the county and in particular for PEI.
On October 8, 2015, about 120 people gathered for our conference, “Career Matters 2015”. It was held at the Credit Union Place in Summerside. The guest speakers were Sareena Hopkins, Co-Executive Director, Canadian Career Development Foundation and Kathy McDonald, Student Success and Transition Specialist, Department of Education, Early Learning and Culture.