The Association of Canadian Search, Employment and Staffing Services (ACSESS) resulted from the merger of – The Association of Professional Placement Agencies & Consultants (founded in 1962) and The Employment& Staffing Services Association of Canada (founded in 1968).
The purpose of the Association is to create a membership of Human Resource practitioners predominantly of Aboriginal descent to network and assist one another in the growth and performance of Human Resources (HR) related duties within Aboriginal communities. The goal is to promote specialized and targeted HR practices and assist the aboriginal communities to understand and implement the legal policies and procedures towards building and enhancing strong business results and effective sustainable business performance.
The Canadian Association for Co-operative Education (CAFCE) is the voice for post-secondary Co-operative Education in Canada and its mission is to foster and advance post-secondary Co-operative Education in Canada.
CAPLA has been operating since 1994 and was incorporated in 1997 as a non-profit organization. Its members are comprised of adult learners, PLAR practitioners, researchers, unions, businesses, academic institutions, equity groups, occupational bodies, sectors and non-governmental organizations. CAPLA continues to host yearly conferences and workshops on a range of recognition of prior learning (RPL) programs, practices, policies, projects and research with local, provincial/territorial, national and international emphasis.
The Canadian Association for Supported Employment (CASE) is a national, non-profit association of community-based service providers and stakeholders who are active and invested in Employment for Persons with disabilities.
The Canadian Association of Career Educators and Employers (CACEE) is a national non-profit partnership of employer recruiters and career services professionals. Our mission is to provide professional networking and development opportunities, information, advice, and other services to employers and career service professionals.
CACUSS is a professional bilingual association representing and serving those individuals who work in Canadian post-secondary institutions in Student Affairs and Services.
The Canadian Career Information Association / L’Association canadienne de documentation professionnelle was formed in 1975. It brings together individuals who share a common interest in the development, distribution and use of career resources.
The Canadian Community Economic Development Network (CCEDNet) is a national association of several hundred organizations and individuals in every province and territory committed to strengthening communities by creating economic opportunities that enhance social and environmental conditions.
CCCD is a self-initiated and self-funded umbrella for career development groups from across Canada. It provides a national advocacy voice for the career development field and promotes provincial/territorial collaboration on common issues such as certification, training, practitioner mobility, quality service and building the career development evidence base.