For the first time, the Resilience Webinar Series: Strategies for Staying the Course from internationally renowned trainer Denise Bissonnette is now available “on demand.” The on-demand online training allows you to benefit from Denise’s wisdom at your own pace.
Anyone who registers for the 2016 Cannexus conference by December 31 will be automatically entered in a draw to win a free return ticket anywhere Porter Airlines flies! If you have already registered for Cannexus, forward this offer to your colleagues to join us.
CERIC’s next Career Development Mini-Forum will take place on January 15, 2016 in Vancouver, BC in partnership with the British Columbia Career Development Association (BCCDA) and feature popular presenter Gray Poehnell on how to cultivate resilience.
The mobile app for Cannexus16 is now available to download, allowing delegates to organize their conference schedule, see who else is participating and start networking!
Our Black Friday special is back! Register for the Cannexus16 National Career Development Conference before midnight ET on Monday, November 30 and receive $50 off the regular registration price of $550 by using the promo code CXBLACK.
CERIC is pleased to announce that a panel of experts will discuss the results of the 2015 Survey of Career Service Professionals at the Cannexus16 conference in Ottawa. The breakfast discussion will take place on Wednesday, January 27 where panellists will gaze into their crystal balls to interpret what the survey results mean for the future of career development in Canada.
When it comes to career planning – athletes are extremely devoted to their athletic careers and athletic identity, often neglecting to plan for the next stage in their life. CERIC’s latest literature search on Transitions from Athletic Careers focuses on this issue, one that is receiving increased attention today from sports organizations.
In partnership with Mount Royal University, CERIC will fund a new project to improve career counselling for students interested in information and computer technology. The project will produce both a Practitioner’s Guide and Student’s Guide.
A new literature search on the Economic Benefits of Career Guidance pulls together existing research related to the impact of career development, a timely topic as governments and others seek evidence for policy and funding decisions.
Six bursaries have been awarded to community-based counsellors to attend the Cannexus16 National Career Development Conference, thanks to the support of The Counselling Foundation of Canada.