Awards of Distinction are awarded to retired counsellors who continue working voluntarily to provide a high level of dedication and commitment to further the efforts of school counsellors to the children of Manitoba.
Often, the people around us do amazing feats or achieve extraordinary accomplishments. Do you know such an individual within our group? This is your opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate the excellence and leadership qualities of career practitioners in BC’s Career Development sector.
In 2009, the BC Chapter of CCPA established the Bev Abbey Service Award to recognize and remember the late Bev Abbey, and to honour her generosity, selflessness, and many contributions to CCPA.
The Canadian Career Development Foundation (CCDF) and the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA) sponsor an endowment program which promotes innovation in the field of career development.
The Recognizing Learning Awards recognize outstanding achievement in the field of prior learning assessment and qualification recognition. The Award Selection Committee is comprised of members of the CAPLA Board of Directors.
This award is designed to recognize an author’s contribution of an article published in the NCDA web magazine, Career Convergence.
The NCDA CDF Champion Award recognizes an individual who may or may not be a career practitioner and who has promoted the Career Development Facilitator program.
The Career Education Citation is an award presented by OSCA to individuals, groups, or associations who have created, contributed to or delivered career education material of high quality and considerable value to students.
Career Professionals of Canada is committed to setting the standard for excellence in the Canadian employment and career industry. Recognizing outstanding individuals in our profession is one of our most important activities.
This award was established in 1998 by Career/LifeSkills Resources Inc. which has a commitment to excellence in career and guidance counselling in this province and fully supports the Ontario School Counsellors’ Association and the professionalism that it represents.