A new CERIC-funded Career Services Guide is seeking to improve the employment outcomes for people living with mental health problems and illnesses at a time when one in five Canadians experience a mental health issue, with an annual cost to the economy of more than $50 billion.
CERIC’s Summer Skills Academy meets your need for training that is face-to-face, in-depth, and, importantly, fits your budget. The 2015 Summer Skills Academy will be held July 7, 8 and 9 at the CERIC office in mid-town Toronto.
Registration for the Cannexus16 National Career Development Conference is now open. We offer a variety of packages at very competitive rates! Take advantage of the Super Saver rate by registering by September 9 for only $425. Special discounts are available for members of supporting organizations, students and groups of five or more.
Grade matters. That’s the key finding of a new CERIC-funded research report that shows that grade is significant for career exploration with Grade 5/6 students scoring significantly higher on career planning, interest and curiosity.
A new CERIC literature search explores the topic of Workforce Planning. Workforce planning describes how various regions prepare for the types of industries, talent and skills they will need to keep their economy thriving. On an organization level, workforce planning may also encompass the kinds of individuals a business will need to ensure their organization continues to grow and thrive.
CERIC’s Summer Skills Academy 2015, featuring experts on narrative counselling, labour market trends and motivating jobseekers, is now open for registration. Taking place July 7, 8 and 9 at the CERIC office in midtown Toronto, the seminars offer training that is face-to-face, in-depth, and, fits your budget.
CERIC’s newest literature search focuses on Career Counselling Competencies. Career counselling competencies outline the knowledge and skills that career developoment professionals possess.