Conferences of Interest to Career Development Professionals

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Conferences of Interest to Career Development Professionals


NATIONAL CAREER DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION [NCDA]

Annual Global Career Conference. July 1-3, 2009.

St Louis, Missouri. USA

Contact:

National Career Development Assn

305 North Beech Circle

Broken Arrow, Oklahoma 74012

USA. www.ncda.org

AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION [APA]

August 6-9, 2009.

Boston, Massachusetts. USA

Contact:

e-mail: convention®apaj>rg

Web site: www.apa.org

INTERNATIONAL QUALITY AND PRODUCTIVITY CENTER [IQPC]

12th Annual Talent Management Summit.

October 26- 28, 2009.

Chicago, Illinois. US A

Contact:

International Quality and Productivity

Center, 535 Fifth Avenue.

New York, NY 10017 1-800-882-8684

info@iqpcxom www.iqpc.com

CANADIAN SOCIETY FOR TRAININGAND DEVELOPMENT [CSTD]

Annual Conference 2008

October 15 - 17, 2008. Toronto,

Ontario CANADA

Contact:

Canadian Society for Training and Development

720 Spadino Avenue, Suite 315

Toronto, Ontario MSS 2T9 CANADA

Phone(416) 367-5900,

1-866-257-4275

e-mail: info@cstd.ca

Web site: www.cstd.ca/conference

SOCIETY FOR HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT [SHRM]

October 27 - 28, 2008.

Atlanta, Georgia. USA

SHRM Workplace Diversity Conference & Exposition

Contact:

Society for Human Resource Management

P. O. Box 79482

Baltimore, MD 21279-0482 USA

(800)283-7476,

(703)548-3440

Web site: www.shrm.org/conferences/diversity/

CAREER COUNSELORS' CONSORTIUM OF NEW ENGLAND

Fall 2009 Professional Development Seminars

Friday, October 2, 2009 - Training for New Career Counselors

9am-4pm AmyMazur

Friday, October 23, 2009 Changing Dynamics of Career Counseling: From Vocational Choice to Career Management & Transition

9 am-4 pm Richard L. Knowdell

Friday, November 6, 2009 Consulting Psychologists Press Presents MBTI Workshop

9:30 am-4:00 pm Catherine Rains

Friday, December 11, 2009 - Training for Career Counselors - Level II

9 am-4:00 pm Amy Mazur

For information, or to register, contact Web Site: www.careercounselorsne.org

NETWORK SPONSORED CERTIFICATION

JOB & CAREER TRANSITION COACH CERTIFICATION

Three-Day Workshop - 21 Continuing Education Hours - Fee $775 Instructor - Richard Knowdell, MS, NCC, NCCC, CCMF

July 20-21-22, 2009-Detroit, MI area;

Sept 14-15-16, 2009- Alexandria, VA;

October 19-20-21, 2009-Boston, MA;

December 7-8-9, 2009-Orlando, FL

COACHING ENTREPREUEURS WORKSHOP

One-Day Workshop - 7 Continuing Education Hours - Fee $200 [with JCTC W/S] Instructor - Richard Knowdell, MS, NCC, NCCC, CCMF

July 23, 2009-Detroit, MI area;

Sept 17, 2009~Alexandria, VA;

Oct 22, 2009-Boston, MA;

Dec 10, 2009 Orlando, FL

REGISTRATION OR INFORMATION FOR THE ABOVE WORKSHOPS: Contact: Dick Knowdell at Tel: 408-272-3085; Fax: 408-259-8438; by e-mail at: rknowdeu@mac.com to receive a pdf flyer

or see our Web Site: www.careernetwork.org.

CAREER DEVELOPMENT FACILITATOR [CDF]

Combined Face-to Face and Internet Delivery. The NCDA Career Development Facilitator (CDF) Training is a 120-hour instructional program designed for individuals who assist others with career development. The training has value to both frontline personnel and program administrators in a variety of settings. The course content includes: Labor Market Information and Resources (including the Internet); Career Planning Process; Basic Helping and Facilitating Skills; Career Development Models and Theories; Job Search Techniques; Informal and Formal Assessment Approaches; Diversity and Special Population Needs; Developing Portfolios; Developing an Effective Career Resource Center; Case Management and Referral Skills; Ethical and Scope of Practice Issues; Using the Internet in Career Facilitation. …

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