CAREER DEVELOPMENT PRACTICE IN CANADA: PERSPECTIVES, PRINCIPLES, AND PROFESSIONALISM
JANUARY 10, 2015
The book has been designed to be a learning tool for students, a resource for educators and a reference for career practitioners in the field.
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With a Foreward by Norman Amundson, contributors are internationally recognized experts and thought leaders in the career development field in Canada including: Phil Jarvis, Roberta A. Neault, Nancy Arthur, Bryan Hiebert and Kris Magnusson.
Featuring 22 chapters in 7 sections:
- Section 1: Development of the Profession
- Section 2: Basic Conceptual Frameworks of Career Development Practice
- Section 3: The Nuts and Bolts of Career Development Practice
- Section 4: Working with Diversity
- Section 5: Navigating Developmental Tasks and Pathways
- Section 6: Specialties in the Profession
- Section 7: New Directions and Emerging Trends in Career Development Practice
Includes: Stop-and-Reflect moments to apply the material; a glossary of key terms; references with web links; discussion and activities for individuals and groups; and resources and supplementary readings.
Created for use in curriculum and training by:
- College and university programs in career development at both an undergraduate and graduate level
- Other college and university programs/courses that want to include a career development segment
- Private trainers and training institutions focusing on career development
- Associations in the field offering continuing education
- Plus, individual career practitioners seeking to further their knowledge
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