New webinar series on 2017 resume trends affecting your client career success

CERIC is partnering with BC Career Development Association to present a three-part webinar series ­– Resumes 2017: What You Need to Know About Current Trends, Employer Expectations and Crafting Outstanding Resumes for Client Career Success with Kristin Vandegriend and Lisa Stephen starting October 26, 2017.

While networking and referrals are paramount to a satisfying job hunt in a highly competitive market, targeted resumes continue to remain essential for candidates to be able to follow-up on uncovered opportunities and apply for posted leads. Thus, the value of well-crafted, accomplishment-based resumes – that meet today’s hiring decision makers’ criteria and factor in ATS technology requirements – is key to your clients’ success.

In this series, Kristin Vandegriend and Lisa Stephen will bring career professionals 2017 feedback directly from hiring decision makers, current information on ATS systems, and exercises and practical strategies career professionals can use in consultation to uncover each client’s unique accomplishments and value.

The webinar series includes:

  • Webinar #1: Hiring Decision Makers Speak Out – Resume Pet Peeves, Must Haves, And Stand-Out Elements Thursday, October 26, 2017, 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm ET
  • Webinar #2: Recruiters’ Wisdom – Applicant Tracking Systems Now and What This Means for You Thursday, November 2, 2017, 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm ET
  • Webinar #3: Using Resume Writing as a Career Coaching Tool Thursday, November 9, 2017, 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm ET

The cost for the full series is $159. A discount is available for BCCDA members.

CERIC partners with associations and organizations across Canada and beyond to present webinars that offer timely, convenient and affordable professional development. Previously, CERIC has worked with the New Brunswick Career Development Association, Canadian Association of Career Educators and Employers (CACEE), Career Development Association of Alberta and Nova Scotia Career Development Association.