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The Introduction to Career Development Practice provides intensive training in all operational aspects of delivering a quality career development service and career education programs in a range of settings. This 2-day professional learning activity provides invaluable knowledge, understandings and resources for anyone working with people in career transition. The program will provide training in: the role and responsibilities of career practitioners according to CICA standards for Australian Career Development Practitioners; Career Development Theory; Labour Market; Advanced Communication Skills; Ethical Practice; Diversity; Information and Resource Management; and Professional Practice.

 **This is a two day workshop

Location: Graduate House, 220 Leicester St, Carlton

Credit: 12 hrs

 

CICA

6.3.1a Describe major career development theories

6.3.1b Apply career development theories to practice

6.3.1c Describe change and transition in the context of lifespan career development

6.3.1d Describe work/life balance in the context of lifespan career development

6.3.1e Foster career management strategies

6.3.1f Refer individuals to the appropriate sources

6.3.1g Needs assessment

6.3.1h Assist individuals to identify their work-related interests, skills, knowledge and values

6.3.1i Program development

6.3.2a Labour market information

6.3.2b Labour market preparation

6.3.3a Acknowledge context

6.3.3b Use effective verbal communication skills

6.3.3c Use effective listening skills

6.3.3d Use appropriate and professional written communication skills

6.3.3e Work effectively in a team environment

6.3.4b Demonstrate professional attributes

6.3.4c Develop relationship with other professionals

6.3.4d Demonstrate a commitment to lifelong learning

6.3.5a Recognise diversity

6.3.5b Respect diversity

6.3.7d Follow case and/or project management procedures

6.3.7e Establish and maintain collaborative work relationships

 

APST

2.1 Content and teaching strategies of the teaching area

3.2 Plan, structure and sequence learning programs

3.6 Evaluate and improve teaching programs

6.2 Engage in professional learning and improve practice

6.3 Engage with colleagues and improve practice

7.1 Meet professional ethics and responsibilities

7.2 Comply with legislative, administrative and organisational requirements