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Recorded Webinar | Critical Ingredients for Career Interventions

This webinar was recorded on January 27, 2016. You can watch the video whenever you wish, as often as you wish. Materials to print are also included. Researchers have identified the five critical ingredients in career interventions, but are we using them? And are they relevant in the Asia Pacific region? Researchers worked for years using meta-analysis on research describing successful career interventions during the last half of the previous century to identify factors which were crucial to getting good results. They looked at the length of the intervention, individual versus group counseling, types of career information available, and many other factors – but none of these made decisive differences. Finally, in 2000, by looking at a variety of factors, 5 were found to make a substantial difference in effectiveness. Are these factors being used widely in the Asia Pacific region? Are the findings relevant today? Do these factors produce results? This webinar will engage participants to answer these questions. Cost: Free to Members, $10 Non-Members Register by clicking “Webinar Registration” on the Menu. Marilyn Maze, Ph.D., is the Executive Director of the Asia Pacific Career Development Association. She has organized the annual APCDA Conference since its inception, conducted numerous research projects on hot labor market and career counseling issues, and presented at international conferences. Marilyn serves on the board of the National Career Development Association and received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Maryland Career Development Association in 2010. * Note: Dr. Maze does not profit from this webinar and APCDA does not endorse its content. This webinar was offered live on January, 2016. It was recorded, and is available now for your to view. When you register for this recorded webinar, you will receive a link to the recording and materials. View

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