2016 Introduction to Career Development Practice Training Program Registration - Open Now

New to career career development and career education? Want to work in career development?

This program provides a two day intensive for new careers practitioners. The program includes the basic underpinning knowledge to start exploring the career development industry, how to work with students and clients and how to enter the industry at professional level. It provides the foundation knowledge to deliver careers services to a broad range of groups including schools, work sites, community houses and job search agencies.

Registration for the Introduction in Career Development Practice(ICDP) for June 21 & 22  is open, book now!

Remember you must be logged into the Member Lounge to receive your member discount!

Program Dates: Tuesday 21st  & Wednesday 22th June 2016

                              Cost: $580 members
                                       $680 non-members

Registration: Register online for the ICDP

WOWOW Bus - World of Work on Wheels Launch and related materials

The WOWOW Bus is part of the Ready, Set, Go! - Work Ready Program and will begin it's journey on Monday May 2 from St. Andrew's place Melbourne, outside the Department of Education and Training building.

Mr David Howes, Assistant Deputy Secretary, Schools, Department of Education and Training will officially welcome guests and launch the mobile WOWOW Bus Tour.

CEAV 2016 Conference - Food & Fibre Futures

Careers which will shape the 21st Century

Did you know that the current global population of 7 billion is on track to increase to 9 billion by 2050?  Currently more than 50% of global population reside immediately to the north of Australia.  And population growth averages 158 new mouths per minute, mostly near Australia.  The demand for food is expected to double in the next 35 years.  Can we feed the world sustainably given increasing scarcity of resources?  The answer is a resounding YES, but much innovation and change is required.

READY, SET, GO! - Work Ready Program

The Career Education Association of Victoria (CEAV) is offering a program of careers activities to support the work readiness of students in Years 7-10 in rural and remote government schools in Victoria.  This program is funded by the Victorian Department of Education and Training.

Online Membership for 2016 Now Available

The CEAV has now opened online applications for membership in 2016. To apply for membership please visit the Membership section of the CEAV Bookroom. For information about CEAV membership and the member benefits please visit the Membership and Deeming section of the website.

CEAV Workbooks Now Available

The CEAV Workbooks for delivering a complete career development program to young people are available from the CEAV Bookroom.

Order over 50 workbooks and receive a 10% discount!

Order your copies today

E-Book editions also available

The Career Education Association of Victoria is a not for profit association that has a purpose of advancement of education for the public benefit, particularly in relation to career development.  It is a member of the Council of Professional Teaching Associations of Victoria (CPTAV).

We welcome new members  with interest in career education and contact with business, industry, governments, not for profits and charities and the education and training sectors.

Membership is calendar year based.  In 2015, CEAV has a number of membership categories available to suit a wide range of  individuals and organisations. Register for membership online via the 2015 Online Membership Page  and select your membership.

We are now open to accept credit card payments, once you have received your invoice go to the CEAV Payway Webpage. Be aware that you must have a CEAV-issued invoice before paying online (if you need help contact the CEAV office).

The CEAV is a founding member of the Career Industry Council of Australia (CICA).  CICA is the national peak industry body for the career industry. Information on the work of CICA can be found at their website www.cica.org.au.