Anyone can join this group to share discussions and thoughts.
In 2014, we will hold 10 conversations in this group on topics that are relevant to your work as a career development professional. Note that you have to join the group (it’s easy!) to take part in the conversations.
The Canadian Education and Research Institute for Counselling (CERIC) and the Canadian Council for Career Development (CCCD) have collaborated to launch the Glossary of Career Development. The glossary is primarily intended to serve as a resource to those working or studying in the field of career development, though it will also be of value to Canadians more broadly who are looking for definitions of terms in relation to their own careers.
Given the richness and diversity of the field, it is also hoped that this glossary can move us towards a common vocabulary and shared understanding of career development. With that in mind, the glossary is presented as a living document in the form of a “wiki” to encourage its ongoing growth and development. Everyone in career development is invited to participate, to add new terms and to modify existing ones.
As a starting point, many of the terms come from CERIC’s Career Development Practice in Canada: Perspectives, Principles, and Professionalism textbook, the Canadian […]>>>
This is a group for creators of wiki documents. As an author, you will have the ability to collaborate on the creation of a knowledge base on topics relevant to the study and understanding of career […]
This groups is for career practitioners who work in the youth employment sector. Come and get together, discuss and collaborate, make connections.
Discussion about what professional development opportunities you have found to be valuable. Online, in person, distance – all formats.
A place where those that live in Ontario can state some issues they are coming up against when looking for a career and offer help and advise others have found that helped them.
This is a group for everything related to the Cannexus conference.
This groups is for post-secondary career professionals that support international students.
Let’s evolve this definition as we chat and as we see fit…
Career professionals in Saskatchewan – everyone welcome!
Information and discussions about vocational rehabilitation, identifying as a collective profession, information on news and events within the field
ContactPoint is a multi-sector online community for professionals in the career development field.
ContactPoint is a program of CERIC (Canadian Education and Research Institute for Counselling) funded through a grant by The Counselling Foundation of Canada.