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Listed below are certifications that could be of interest to career development professionals across Canada. Did we forget any? We would appreciate if you took the time to add it to this list by clicking on the “Add a listing” button.

Canadian Certified Counsellor (CCC)

The counsellor certification is a national service that identifies to the public those counsellors who CCPA recognizes as qualified to provide counselling services in Canada. Obtaining the status of Canadian Certified Counsellor (CCC) includes recognition of standards of professional preparation, continuing education, and a formal code of ethics. As a self-regulating body, CCPA provides advice and discipline for certified members on matters of professional conduct.

Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP)

The Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation is a nationally recognized level of achievement within the field of human resources. It reflects a conviction that the professional practice of human resources management can safeguard the interests of employers, employees and the business community. The designation represents continuing recognition of the bearer’s professionalism. It can be obtained through provincial associations in Ontario, Alberta, British Columbia, Quebec, Newfoundland & Labrador, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.

Certified Personnel Consultant (CPC)

The CPC program offers staffing professionals an opportunity to attend industry-specific workshops on 5 core course modules. Certification through ACSESS helps to increase performance and signifies a commitment to professionalism in a highly competitive industry. The CPC designation is administered by staffing industry associations in countries around the world and gives credibility that is recognized by clients, candidates and peers.

Certified Psychiatric Rehabilitation Practitioner (CPRP)

The Certified Psychiatric Rehabilitation Practitioner credential (CPRP) is a test-based certification that fosters the growth of a qualified, ethical, and culturally diverse psychiatric rehabilitation workforce through enforcement of a practitioner code of ethics.

Certified Resume Strategist (CRS)

Career Professionals of Canada (CPC) is setting the Canadian standard for excellence in our field. The CPCs Certification Program validates and recognizes the expertise of Canadian career practitioners in four competency areas – resume, interview, employment, and career strategy. Certified Resume Strategist (CRS) Certified Interview Strategist (CIS), Certified Employment Strategist (CES), and Certified Career Strategist (CCS).

Certified Resume Strategist (CRS)

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The Certified Resume Strategist (CRS) credential enhances your credibility and visibility as a career professional. It is ideal for resume writers, employment professionals, and career coaches who provide resume support services.

Certified Training and Development Professional (CTDP)

A broad-based credential for professionals who work or manage in one of the following areas: assessing performance needs, designing training, facilitating training, supporting transfer of learning or evaluating training. Based on exam on the application, practices and principles of the five core competency areas: assessing performance needs, designing training, facilitating training, supporting transfer of learning and evaluating training. Minimum four years’ full-time experience required.

Certified Training Practitioner (CTP)

A specialized credential for instructors, trainers, facilitators and master trainers who facilitate training and learning as part or all of their work. Based on exam on the theory and principles of adult learning and facilitation and instruction or evidence of formal education in adult learning or in facilitation and instruction. Minimum one year’s full-time or two years’ part-time experience required.

Offender Workforce Development Specialist (OWDS)

This training addresses numerous competencies, including career development theory and application, ethics training for the career development facilitator, and transition interventions for the offender population.

Professional in Human Resources (PHR)

Focus on HR generalist positions. Sometimes sought by Canadian practitioners in U.S.-based companies operating in Canada.

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