This is the blog of Tristram Hooley, Reader in Career Development at the University of Derby: “I’m interested in career, career development, career guidance and career education. I’m also interested in social science research methods, learning technology and plenty more besides. I post about all of this stuff on this blog.”
The Canadian Apprenticeship Forum – Forum canadien sur l’apprentissage (CAF-FCA) is a non-profit organization that connects Canada’s apprenticeship community. Participants work collaboratively to support vibrant and innovative apprenticeship systems and policies with a view to developing a highly-skilled, inclusive and mobile skilled trades workforce. Employers, unions, equity-seeking groups, educational institutions and the jurisdictions support CAF-FCA operations through membership.
2013 Career Counselor Technology Forum members are taking on the “Blogging Challenge” and sharing their ideas and experiences using technology.
Career Professionals of Canada (CPC) is a uniquely Canadian member-driven association for career practitioners. This blog is a news feed for Canadian Career Professionals. We are working together for your career success.
Turning chaos into careers Katharine Brooks, Ed.D., is the Executive Director of the Office of Personal and Career Development at Wake Forest University. She is the author of You Majored in What?
The aim of this blog is to highlight and discuss theories, models, research and other interesting stuff that might have an impact on the work of careers education and guidance.
A group of career advisor bloggers help you kick-start your career by offering up tips, tools and advice.
Leigh Fowkes is a Careers Consultant in the Higher Education sector. This is his personal blog relating to CEIAG complemented with some random musings.