Presenter: Tannis Goddard
Original Dates: November 12, 19 & 26, 2020 – 3 hours of learning
Cost: $119
Group rates: If you register 5 or more participants from the same organization at the same time, you qualify for the group rate of 25% off registration fees. NOTE: This rate will automatically apply to the total payment amount when you register 5 or more.
By purchasing the on-demand webinar series, you will get access to the recordings of each session. Once purchased, the recordings remain accessible until February 2022.
Given that these are recorded webinars, NO certificate of live participation will be issued. You can provide the order confirmation email to your professional associations, and it’s their discretion to recognize the recorded webinar series for CEUs.


This webinar series will focus on practices and design strategies to reach clients and keep them engaged in virtual career development services. The sessions will dig deeper into the selection and use of technologies for creating an engaging learning environment, how to design interventions for mixed media and an exploration of practice strategies that enrichen virtual and blended delivery.  

Who Should Attend 

This webinar series comes in response to a popular webinar delivered earlier this year by Tannis Goddard and will deepen the strategies and best practices career practitioners can use when providing remote career servicesThe series will provide evidence-based strategies and tools that can be adapted to a variety of career and learning settings for practitioners, managers and policymakers.  While a slow return to face-to-face services is occurring, this series will focus on creating engaging and sustainable service models that can enrich the delivery of career services during COVID-19 and beyond. 

NOTE: Attendees will also gain access to an online learning environment with additional resources and a discussion forum for sharing virtual best practices across the sector – extending the value of this webinar series! 

Webinar #1: Creating Learning Environments

  • Explore factors that influence the selection of technology for creating a learning container
  • Examine two different live examples to gain a deeper understanding of possibilities
  • Explore selected apps and how they can be integrated into a learning environment
  • Consider strategies for adapting face-to-face materials into digital experiences

Webinar #2: Designing Online Career Interventions

  • Consider how clients learn about themselves and make decisions
  • Explore how virtual delivery can facilitate this meaning-making process
  • Explore design strategies for building blended career learning experiences including a-synchronous and synchronous modalities
  • Reflect on the importance of service relevance and providing strong intake and on-boarding supports
  • Recognize key motivators and benefits for developing sustainable virtual/blended delivery models

Webinar #3: Practising with Purpose

  • Identify approaches to create a mattering climate and develop a working alliance in virtual learning environments
  • Explore how “presence” can be conveyed through synchronous and a-synchronous mediums
  • Recognize the benefits of and how to structure interactions and communicate online with clients
  • Consider strategies to personalize the career learning path for each client

Presenter Tannis shares her insights on why you should attend this webinar series. 

What are people saying about Tannis’s webinar?

Angela Nusrat, Employment Services Assistant Manager, Maximus Canada Employment Services, BC

The virtual work environment and use of mixed media is comparatively new to most of the people, both clients and staffs. This webinar helped me a lot to learn about some new techniques as well as worked as a refresher. 

Lisa Martell, Team Lead/Facilitator, PPCL/ Job Junction, NS

This webinar was organized, and clearly rolled out. Each session had clearly given us takeaways and usable content! 

Trisha Grace, Career Services Liaison, George Brown College, ON

 “Very relevant and current information needed now and going forward as service delivery goes through many changes.” 

Christy Kimball, Lead Facilitator/ Career Advisor, YWCA, BC

“Extremely informative and thought provoking; lots of different technology available that I was not previously aware of!”

Angela Harrison, Employment Consultant, Loyalist College, CES, ON

“This was the best webinar I have participated in since working remotely. It was all very relevant information and prompted so many ideas that we can apply to our organization in order to better serve our clients.”

Linette Menezes, Project Admin, Next Steps Employment Centre, ON

“Very well conducted. The instructor, Tannis Goddard, was very knowledgeable, and conveyed a lot of information such as strategies, tips and tools on how to deal with clients effectively and also loved the Pedagogical Model and how to apply It.”

Tannis Goddard is the CEO of MixtMode Consulting and provides consultation to governments on career services, with a specialization in online career services. She has over 25 years of experience operating career centres in Canada. Tannis led the launch of the first federally funded online career counselling program in 2004 and has since led the successful delivery of online services to a full range of client groups. With keen interest in seeing this delivery option grow in our field, Tannis has been involved in research projects and presented on this topic all over the world. Tannis delivered also a popular webinar on this topic earlier this year with CERIC.