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    • 18 Oct 2018
    • 8:15 AM - 4:30 PM (MDT)
    • Fort Calgary-750 9th Avenue SE, Calgary, AB T2G 5E1
    • 48
    Registration is closed

    Career Development Association of Alberta (CDAA)

    Ignite Your Passion 2018

    The CDAA is pleased to host Ignite Your Passion 2018, an annual event featuring a full day of quality and affordable professional development in four locations across Alberta: Calgary, Lethbridge, Red Deer, and Edmonton. This year we are pleased to present:

    CONNECTING CAREER DEVELOPMENT & MENTAL HEALTH IN PRACTICE, THOUGHT AND CONVERSATION

    This topic was specifically requested for two main reasons:

    1. Mental health concerns continue to gain prominence in the minds of the public, policy makers and funders, yet we have not effectively made the case that career development interventions ARE mental health interventions! We need to remind ourselves and show others that (and how) career development services contribute to overall wellbeing.

    2. Career development concerns and mental health/illness issues cannot be separated. A whole client comes to you for help, and “seeing” the whole person will strengthen your practice.

    Connecting your career development services to clients’ mental health concerns, while clearly recognizing ethical concerns and your competence boundaries, will not only improve your career development services, but will broaden your conceptualization of client concerns and strengthen your collaboration with and referral to other healthcare service providers. Of course, spending a day with Dave & Mike, Albertan career development specialists for about 30 years, can’t help but be fun! The workshop will be highly interactive, allowing you to engage with your career development compatriots and learn a lot from each other. It will also be highly informative, drawing upon the latest research on the relationships between career development, work, mental illness and mental health. You will learn practical strategies for ethically considering mental health concerns in your practice, a model that will help you think more clearly about the connections between career development and mental health, and the reasons that having conversations about the impact of your work on wellbeing is so important. 

    You will leave the session:

    • Aware of how mental health concerns manifest themselves in career development practice
    • Able to use general assessment tools and strategies
    • Understanding ethics related to these issues and the boundaries of competency
    • Able to effectively refer to and/or work collaboratively with mental health service providers
    • Recognizing a range of career development strategies that support positive mental health
    • With a model by which to better understand career development and mental health relationships
    • Aware of the distinctions between mental health and mental illness
    • Aware of ways in which they can evaluate the mental health impact of their career development services
    • Able to use specific strategies to bolster mental health via career development practice, such as teaching clients the mental health - career development connections and responding to client disclosure of mental illness concerns with an ethically-based approach and within one’s boundaries of competence 

    YOUR FACILITATORS

    DAVE REDEKOPP

    Dave is President of the Life-Role Development Group Ltd. and has been an avid champion of career development since 1988. He has been awarded provincial and national awards in career development and is widely recognized in Canada as a thought leader in the field. He is co-author of the Blueprint for Life/Work Designs, Canada’s career development competency framework; project leader for the development and delivery of the Career Development Competency Program, author of Everyday Career Development, a workshop and guide on integration career development into day-to-day schooling; and the project manager for the development of CAREERinsite, ALIS’s interactive career planning tool. Dave holds a PhD in Educational Psychology from the University of Alberta.

    MICHAEL HUSTON 

    Michael has been involved in the career development field since the early 1990s. He is a Registered Psychologist at Mount Royal University in Calgary, Alberta. His job entails student counselling within the Wellness Services department. Michael has previously taught and counselled at Concordia University College of Alberta, where he developed expertise teaching many counselling skills. Michael’s areas of expertise include career planning, relationship concerns, stress management, anger Management and learning strategies, and he is particularly interested in the various connections between career development, mental health and mental illness. As an Associate of the Group, Michael co-delivers the Career Development Competency Program’s Foundations of Assessment and Assessment: Investing in Strength courses. 

    Event Agenda

    Registration and networking (8:15am – 9:00am)

    Morning Session (9:00am – 12:00pm; comfort break provided)

    Lunch and Networking (12:00pm – 1:00pm)

    Afternoon Session (1:00pm – 4:00pm; comfort break provided)

    Event Wrap Up (4:00pm – 4:30pm)

    WORKSHOP OUTLINE

    • Overrview & Introductions
    • Experiences, Expectations and Questions
    • This will provide participants the opportunity to discuss their experiences working with mental health/illness issues in career development contexts, the expectations they have of the workshop, and questions they hope the workshop addresses
    • The Relationship between Career Development & Mental Health/Mental Illness
    • A model connecting career development and mental health/illness (first described at ACDC 2017) will be used to begin addressing participants’ questions and to set the stage for the remaining activities of the workshop
    • The Role of the Career Development Practitioner re: Mental Health/Mental Illness (including Ethical Considerations & Boundaries of Competence)
    • Here the transition from theory to practice starts with clarifying the practitioner’s role vis-à-vis mental health/illness in terms of competence and ethical considerations
    • Integrating Mental Health/Mental Illness Concerns in the Career Development Assessment Process
    • Practical ways to treat the client as a whole person, and therefore include concerns of mental health/illness in the assessment process, will be described, demonstrated and practiced
    • Tools and Strategies for Supporting Positive Mental Health through Career Development Practice
    • Continuing on from the assessment process immediately above, this component will address practical ways in which positive mental health can be promoted and in which progress can be measured
    • Wrap-Up


    • 19 Oct 2018
    • 8:15 AM - 4:30 PM
    • Italian Canadian Cultural Centre-1511 St Edward Blvd N, Lethbridge, AB, T1H 2P9
    • 2
    Registration is closed

    Career Development Association of Alberta (CDAA)

    Ignite Your Passion 2018

    The CDAA is pleased to host Ignite Your Passion 2018, an annual event featuring a full day of quality and affordable professional development in four locations across Alberta: Calgary, Lethbridge, Red Deer, and Edmonton. This year we are pleased to present:

    CONNECTING CAREER DEVELOPMENT & MENTAL HEALTH IN PRACTICE, THOUGHT AND CONVERSATION

    This topic was specifically requested for two main reasons:

    1. Mental health concerns continue to gain prominence in the minds of the public, policy makers and funders, yet we have not effectively made the case that career development interventions ARE mental health interventions! We need to remind ourselves and show others that (and how) career development services contribute to overall wellbeing.

    2. Career development concerns and mental health/illness issues cannot be separated. A whole client comes to you for help, and “seeing” the whole person will strengthen your practice.

    Connecting your career development services to clients’ mental health concerns, while clearly recognizing ethical concerns and your competence boundaries, will not only improve your career development services, but will broaden your conceptualization of client concerns and strengthen your collaboration with and referral to other healthcare service providers. Of course, spending a day with Dave & Mike, Albertan career development specialists for about 30 years, can’t help but be fun! The workshop will be highly interactive, allowing you to engage with your career development compatriots and learn a lot from each other. It will also be highly informative, drawing upon the latest research on the relationships between career development, work, mental illness and mental health. You will learn practical strategies for ethically considering mental health concerns in your practice, a model that will help you think more clearly about the connections between career development and mental health, and the reasons that having conversations about the impact of your work on wellbeing is so important. 

    You will leave the session:

    • Aware of how mental health concerns manifest themselves in career development practice
    • Able to use general assessment tools and strategies
    • Understanding ethics related to these issues and the boundaries of competency
    • Able to effectively refer to and/or work collaboratively with mental health service providers
    • Recognizing a range of career development strategies that support positive mental health
    • With a model by which to better understand career development and mental health relationships
    • Aware of the distinctions between mental health and mental illness
    • Aware of ways in which they can evaluate the mental health impact of their career development services
    • Able to use specific strategies to bolster mental health via career development practice, such as teaching clients the mental health - career development connections and responding to client disclosure of mental illness concerns with an ethically-based approach and within one’s boundaries of competence 

    WORKSHOP OUTLINE

    • Overview & Introductions
    • Experiences, Expectations and Questions
    • This will provide participants the opportunity to discuss their experiences working with mental health/illness issues in career development contexts, the expectations they have of the workshop, and questions they hope the workshop addresses
    • The Relationship between Career Development & Mental Health/Mental Illness
    • A model connecting career development and mental health/illness (first described at ACDC 2017) will be used to begin addressing participants’ questions and to set the stage for the remaining activities of the workshop
    • The Role of the Career Development Practitioner re: Mental Health/Mental Illness (including Ethical Considerations & Boundaries of Competence)
    • Here the transition from theory to practice starts with clarifying the practitioner’s role vis-à-vis mental health/illness in terms of competence and ethical considerations
    • Integrating Mental Health/Mental Illness Concerns in the Career Development Assessment Process
    • Practical ways to treat the client as a whole person, and therefore include concerns of mental health/illness in the assessment process, will be described, demonstrated and practiced
    • Tools and Strategies for Supporting Positive Mental Health through Career Development Practice
    • Continuing on from the assessment process immediately above, this component will address practical ways in which positive mental health can be promoted and in which progress can be measured
    • Wrap-Up

    YOUR FACILITATORS

    DAVE REDEKOPP

    Dave is President of the Life-Role Development Group Ltd. and has been an avid champion of career development since 1988. He has been awarded provincial and national awards in career development and is widely recognized in Canada as a thought leader in the field. He is co-author of the Blueprint for Life/Work Designs, Canada’s career development competency framework; project leader for the development and delivery of the Career Development Competency Program, author of Everyday Career Development, a workshop and guide on integration career development into day-to-day schooling; and the project manager for the development of CAREERinsite, ALIS’s interactive career planning tool. Dave holds a PhD in Educational Psychology from the University of Alberta.

    MICHAEL HUSTON 

    Michael has been involved in the career development field since the early 1990s. He is a Registered Psychologist at Mount Royal University in Calgary, Alberta. His job entails student counselling within the Wellness Services department. Michael has previously taught and counselled at Concordia University College of Alberta, where he developed expertise teaching many counselling skills. Michael’s areas of expertise include career planning, relationship concerns, stress management, anger Management and learning strategies, and he is particularly interested in the various connections between career development, mental health and mental illness. As an Associate of the Group, Michael co-delivers the Career Development Competency Program’s Foundations of Assessment and Assessment: Investing in Strength courses. 


    • 23 Oct 2018
    • 8:15 AM - 4:30 PM
    • Red Deer College
    Register

    Career Development Association of Alberta (CDAA)

    Ignite Your Passion 2018

    The CDAA is pleased to host Ignite Your Passion 2018, an annual event featuring a full day of quality and affordable professional development in four locations across Alberta: Calgary, Lethbridge, Red Deer, and Edmonton. This year we are pleased to present:

    CONNECTING CAREER DEVELOPMENT & MENTAL HEALTH IN PRACTICE, THOUGHT AND CONVERSATION

    This topic was specifically requested for two main reasons:

    1. Mental health concerns continue to gain prominence in the minds of the public, policy makers and funders, yet we have not effectively made the case that career development interventions ARE mental health interventions! We need to remind ourselves and show others that (and how) career development services contribute to overall wellbeing.

    2. Career development concerns and mental health/illness issues cannot be separated. A whole client comes to you for help, and “seeing” the whole person will strengthen your practice.

    Connecting your career development services to clients’ mental health concerns, while clearly recognizing ethical concerns and your competence boundaries, will not only improve your career development services, but will broaden your conceptualization of client concerns and strengthen your collaboration with and referral to other healthcare service providers. Of course, spending a day with Dave & Mike, Albertan career development specialists for about 30 years, can’t help but be fun! The workshop will be highly interactive, allowing you to engage with your career development compatriots and learn a lot from each other. It will also be highly informative, drawing upon the latest research on the relationships between career development, work, mental illness and mental health. You will learn practical strategies for ethically considering mental health concerns in your practice, a model that will help you think more clearly about the connections between career development and mental health, and the reasons that having conversations about the impact of your work on wellbeing is so important. 

    You will leave the session:

    • Aware of how mental health concerns manifest themselves in career development practice
    • Able to use general assessment tools and strategies
    • Understanding ethics related to these issues and the boundaries of competency
    • Able to effectively refer to and/or work collaboratively with mental health service providers
    • Recognizing a range of career development strategies that support positive mental health
    • With a model by which to better understand career development and mental health relationships
    • Aware of the distinctions between mental health and mental illness
    • Aware of ways in which they can evaluate the mental health impact of their career development services
    • Able to use specific strategies to bolster mental health via career development practice, such as teaching clients the mental health - career development connections and responding to client disclosure of mental illness concerns with an ethically-based approach and within one’s boundaries of competence 

    WORKSHOP OUTLINE

    • Overview & Introductions
    • Experiences, Expectations and Questions
    • This will provide participants the opportunity to discuss their experiences working with mental health/illness issues in career development contexts, the expectations they have of the workshop, and questions they hope the workshop addresses
    • The Relationship between Career Development & Mental Health/Mental Illness
    • A model connecting career development and mental health/illness (first described at ACDC 2017) will be used to begin addressing participants’ questions and to set the stage for the remaining activities of the workshop
    • The Role of the Career Development Practitioner re: Mental Health/Mental Illness (including Ethical Considerations & Boundaries of Competence)
    • Here the transition from theory to practice starts with clarifying the practitioner’s role vis-à-vis mental health/illness in terms of competence and ethical considerations
    • Integrating Mental Health/Mental Illness Concerns in the Career Development Assessment Process
    • Practical ways to treat the client as a whole person, and therefore include concerns of mental health/illness in the assessment process, will be described, demonstrated and practiced
    • Tools and Strategies for Supporting Positive Mental Health through Career Development Practice
    • Continuing on from the assessment process immediately above, this component will address practical ways in which positive mental health can be promoted and in which progress can be measured
    • Wrap-Up

    YOUR FACILITATORS

    DAVE REDEKOPP

    Dave is President of the Life-Role Development Group Ltd. and has been an avid champion of career development since 1988. He has been awarded provincial and national awards in career development and is widely recognized in Canada as a thought leader in the field. He is co-author of the Blueprint for Life/Work Designs, Canada’s career development competency framework; project leader for the development and delivery of the Career Development Competency Program, author of Everyday Career Development, a workshop and guide on integration career development into day-to-day schooling; and the project manager for the development of CAREERinsite, ALIS’s interactive career planning tool. Dave holds a PhD in Educational Psychology from the University of Alberta.

    MICHAEL HUSTON 

    Michael has been involved in the career development field since the early 1990s. He is a Registered Psychologist at Mount Royal University in Calgary, Alberta. His job entails student counselling within the Wellness Services department. Michael has previously taught and counselled at Concordia University College of Alberta, where he developed expertise teaching many counselling skills. Michael’s areas of expertise include career planning, relationship concerns, stress management, anger Management and learning strategies, and he is particularly interested in the various connections between career development, mental health and mental illness. As an Associate of the Group, Michael co-delivers the Career Development Competency Program’s Foundations of Assessment and Assessment: Investing in Strength courses. 


    Event Agenda

    Registration and networking (8:15am – 9:00am)

    Morning Session (9:00am – 12:00pm; comfort break provided)

    Lunch and Networking (12:00pm – 1:00pm)

    Afternoon Session (1:00pm – 4:00pm; comfort break provided)

    Event Wrap Up (4:00pm – 4:30pm)

    Event Pricing

    Member Earlybird (until September 14, 2018): $125.00 + GST

    Non-member Earlybird (until September 14, 2018): $200.00 + GST

    Member Regular (until October 12, 2018): $175.00 + GST

    Non-member Regular (until October 12, 2018): $250.00 + GST


    • 24 Oct 2018
    • 8:15 AM - 4:30 PM
    • Polish Hall Banquet & Conference Centre-10960 104 St, Edmonton, T5H 2W6
    • 6
    Register

    Career Development Association of Alberta (CDAA)

    Ignite Your Passion 2018

    The CDAA pleased to host Ignite Your Passion 2018, an annual event featuring a full day of quality and affordable professional development in four locations across Alberta: Calgary, Lethbridge, Red Deer, and Edmonton. This year we are pleased to present:

    CONNECTING CAREER DEVELOPMENT & MENTAL HEALTH IN PRACTICE, THOUGHT AND CONVERSATION

    This topic was specifically requested for two main reasons:

    1. Mental health concerns continue to gain prominence in the minds of the public, policy makers and funders, yet we have not effectively made the case that career development interventions ARE mental health interventions! We need to remind ourselves and show others that (and how) career development services contribute to overall wellbeing.

    2. Career development concerns and mental health/illness issues cannot be separated. A whole client comes to you for help, and “seeing” the whole person will strengthen your practice.

    Connecting your career development services to clients’ mental health concerns, while clearly recognizing ethical concerns and your competence boundaries, will not only improve your career development services, but will broaden your conceptualization of client concerns and strengthen your collaboration with and referral to other healthcare service providers. Of course, spending a day with Dave & Mike, Albertan career development specialists for about 30 years, can’t help but be fun! The workshop will be highly interactive, allowing you to engage with your career development compatriots and learn a lot from each other. It will also be highly informative, drawing upon the latest research on the relationships between career development, work, mental illness and mental health. You will learn practical strategies for ethically considering mental health concerns in your practice, a model that will help you think more clearly about the connections between career development and mental health, and the reasons that having conversations about the impact of your work on wellbeing is so important. 

    You will leave the session:

    • Aware of how mental health concerns manifest themselves in career development practice
    • Able to use general assessment tools and strategies
    • Understanding ethics related to these issues and the boundaries of competency
    • Able to effectively refer to and/or work collaboratively with mental health service providers
    • Recognizing a range of career development strategies that support positive mental health
    • With a model by which to better understand career development and mental health relationships
    • Aware of the distinctions between mental health and mental illness
    • Aware of ways in which they can evaluate the mental health impact of their career development services
    • Able to use specific strategies to bolster mental health via career development practice, such as teaching clients the mental health - career development connections and responding to client disclosure of mental illness concerns with an ethically-based approach and within one’s boundaries of competence 

    WORKSHOP OUTLINE

    • Overview & Introductions
    • Experiences, Expectations and Questions
    • This will provide participants the opportunity to discuss their experiences working with mental health/illness issues in career development contexts, the expectations they have of the workshop, and questions they hope the workshop addresses
    • The Relationship between Career Development & Mental Health/Mental Illness
    • A model connecting career development and mental health/illness (first described at ACDC 2017) will be used to begin addressing participants’ questions and to set the stage for the remaining activities of the workshop
    • The Role of the Career Development Practitioner re: Mental Health/Mental Illness (including Ethical Considerations & Boundaries of Competence)
    • Here the transition from theory to practice starts with clarifying the practitioner’s role vis-à-vis mental health/illness in terms of competence and ethical considerations
    • Integrating Mental Health/Mental Illness Concerns in the Career Development Assessment Process
    • Practical ways to treat the client as a whole person, and therefore include concerns of mental health/illness in the assessment process, will be described, demonstrated and practiced
    • Tools and Strategies for Supporting Positive Mental Health through Career Development Practice
    • Continuing on from the assessment process immediately above, this component will address practical ways in which positive mental health can be promoted and in which progress can be measured
    • Wrap-Up

    YOUR FACILITATORS

    DAVE REDEKOPP

    Dave is President of the Life-Role Development Group Ltd. and has been an avid champion of career development since 1988. He has been awarded provincial and national awards in career development and is widely recognized in Canada as a thought leader in the field. He is co-author of the Blueprint for Life/Work Designs, Canada’s career development competency framework; project leader for the development and delivery of the Career Development Competency Program, author of Everyday Career Development, a workshop and guide on integration career development into day-to-day schooling; and the project manager for the development of CAREERinsite, ALIS’s interactive career planning tool. Dave holds a PhD in Educational Psychology from the University of Alberta.

    MICHAEL HUSTON 

    Michael has been involved in the career development field since the early 1990s. He is a Registered Psychologist at Mount Royal University in Calgary, Alberta. His job entails student counselling within the Wellness Services department. Michael has previously taught and counselled at Concordia University College of Alberta, where he developed expertise teaching many counselling skills. Michael’s areas of expertise include career planning, relationship concerns, stress management, anger Management and learning strategies, and he is particularly interested in the various connections between career development, mental health and mental illness. As an Associate of the Group, Michael co-delivers the Career Development Competency Program’s Foundations of Assessment and Assessment: Investing in Strength courses. 

    Event Agenda

    Registration and networking (8:15am – 9:00am)

    Morning Session (9:00am – 12:00pm; comfort break provided)

    Lunch and Networking (12:00pm – 1:00pm)

    Afternoon Session (1:00pm – 4:00pm; comfort break provided)

    Event Wrap Up (4:00pm – 4:30pm)

    Event Pricing

    Member Earlybird (until September 14, 2018): $125.00 + GST

    Non-member Earlybird (until September 14, 2018): $200.00 + GST

    Member Regular (until October 12, 2018): $175.00 + GST

    Non-member Regular (until October 12, 2018): $250.00 + GST



    • 30 Apr 2019
    • 8:00 AM
    • 01 May 2019
    • 4:00 PM
    • Delta by Marriott Edmonton South Conference Centre
    Register


    The Career Development Association of Alberta’s sixth annual Alberta Career Development Conference (ACDC) will focus on “Shaping the Future – Career Development for the 21st Century”. Given the growing importance of career development in the changing world of work this theme is not only timely, but appropriate…and necessary.

    ACDC 2019, hosted by the Career Development Association of Alberta, will be held on April 30 and May 1, 2019 in Edmonton, Alberta at the Delta by Marriott Edmonton South Conference Centre and will bring together 300 Career Development Practitioners and related professionals from across Alberta, and points beyond to shape the future of career development.

    You are invited to showcase your organization as part of the Exhibitor Fair at the conference on April 30 and May 1, 2019. In addition to attending keynote presentations, expert panels, and concurrent sessions you will have the opportunity to connect with delegates during morning registration on both days, hospitality breaks set up in the Exhibitor Fair area in the morning and afternoon on both days, and lunch on both days. Your organization will benefit from engaging directly with Career Development Practitioners and related professionals, industry leaders, policy makers, educators, and more about your programs, services, resources, and tools.

    Concurrent sessions will be delivered on the following topics:

    • Career Counselling / Coaching Techniques
    • Trends, Tools, and Technology
    • Career Development Research and Theories
    • Workforce Planning and Development
    • Personal Development and Wellness
    • Leadership, Supervision, and Mentorship
    • Best Practices for Diverse Client Groups

    Exhibitor booths will be set up around the perimeter of the primary conference ballroom at the Delta by Marriott Edmonton South Conference Centre.

    Exhibitor benefits include:

    • 4’ x 6’ table with linen and two chairs (total booth space: ~ 8’ wide)
    • Access to all plenary and concurrent sessions throughout the conference
    • Organization listing in the conference promotional materials
    • Opportunity to purchase discounted advertising space in CDAA’s newsletter, Career Momentum
    • Free access to wireless internet, power, and parking

    Registration Options / Fees

    Exhibitor booth only – $350.00 + GST. 

    Exhibitor booth and one full conference registration – $600.00 + GST.

    (Booth: $350.00; Registration for one: $250.00) **

    Exhibitor booth and two full conference registrations – $850.00 + GST.

    (Booth: $350.00; Registration for two: $500.00) **

    * Your exhibitor booth registration fee includes a table / booth space, free power, free wireless internet, free parking, and access to all plenary and concurrent sessions.

    **Your exhibitor booth and conference registration fee includes a table / booth space, free power, free wireless internet, free parking, access to all plenary and concurrent sessions, breakfast, hospitality breaks, and lunch.

    Exhibiting at ACDC is a great way to promote you or your organization, gain recognition in the career development community, and demonstrate your commitment to career development in Alberta. If you are interested in exhibiting at ACDC 2019 but feel unsure about the investment, consider partnering with another organization so you can share the investment and the benefits!

    Please submit your application no later than March 31, 2019.

    Exhibitors will be confirmed on a first come / first serve basis. Please contact Paula Wischoff Yerama at ed@careerdevelopment.ab.ca with any questions. Only online submissions will be accepted.

    Thank you for your interest in being an ACDC 2019 exhibitor!




Past events

01 May 2018 Alberta Career Development Conference 2018
30 Oct 2017 Ignite Your Passion 2017 - Lethbridge
27 Oct 2017 Ignite Your Passion 2017 - Calgary
26 Oct 2017 Ignite Your Passion 2017 - Red Deer
25 Oct 2017 Ignite Your Passion 2017 - Edmonton
23 Oct 2017 Ignite Your Passion 2017 - Fort McMurray
03 May 2017 CDAA 20th Anniversary Gala: Back to the Future
03 May 2017 ALBERTA CAREER DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE 2017 ACDC
22 Mar 2017 Who's Who in the Zoo - Lunch and Learn South Alberta Chapter
15 Mar 2017 Calgary CDAA Chapter Mix & Mingle
28 Oct 2016 Ignite Your Passion - Edmonton SOLD OUT
27 Oct 2016 Ignite Your Passion - Red Deer
26 Oct 2016 Ignite Your Passion - Calgary
25 Oct 2016 Ignite Your Passion - Lethbridge
08 Sep 2016 Webinar Series: Make A Difference: Creativity, Courage and Community Impact – September 8, September 22, October 6 and October 20, 2016 with Dr Norman Amundson & Dr Kris Magnusson and the Career Development Association of Alberta
17 Jun 2016 An Evening of Fun and Friends with CDAA Calgary
28 Apr 2016 MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AID BASIC TRAINING
26 Apr 2016 ALBERTA CAREER DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE 2016 ACDC
07 Mar 2016 Suicide Awareness for Helping Professionals
25 Jan 2016 Cannexus 16 Conference
09 Nov 2015 Career Development Institute (CDI) Annual Conference and Exhibition 2015
09 Nov 2015 Career Development Institute (CDI) Annual Conference and Exhibition 2015
03 Nov 2015 Skills and Post-Secondary Education Summit: Towards a Skills and PSE Strategy for Canada - Edmonton, AB
02 Nov 2015 CAREERPRO 2015 Virtual Career Development Conference
22 Oct 2015 Fall Multi-Chapter Event - Lethbridge
21 Oct 2015 Fall Multi-Chapter Event - Edmonton
20 Oct 2015 Fall Multi-Chapter Event - Red Deer
19 Oct 2015 Fall Multi-Chapter Event - Calgary
11 Sep 2015 The Art of Leadership Conference - Calgary
16 Jun 2015 VRA Canada - National Conference 2015
11 Jun 2015 Mindfulness in the Park
02 May 2015 Courageous Career Development: Helping Practitioners Find The Courage To Be Their Authentic Self
30 Apr 2015 ALBERTA CAREER DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE 2015 - ACDC
26 Mar 2015 Driving Your Career: Get Your Licence, Get a Job
12 Feb 2015 Who's Who in Career Development: Speed Dating Style!
06 Nov 2014 Professional Development Conference - ACPI
17 Oct 2014 Building Employment Readiness: Addressing the Soft Skills Gap
16 Oct 2014 Building Employment Readiness: Addressing the Soft Skills Gap
15 Oct 2014 Building Employment Readiness: Addressing the Soft Skills Gap
30 May 2014 Alberta Career Development Conference 2014
12 May 2014 Future of Work Summit 2014: Developing People and Transforming Organizations for the 21st Century
09 May 2014 CDAA/Calgary Public Library Lunch and Learns
08 May 2014 Who's Who in Career Development: Speed Dating Style!
11 Apr 2014 CDAA/Calgary Public Library Lunch and Learns
21 Mar 2014 CDAA/Calgary Public Library Lunch and Learns
20 Mar 2014 Motivational Interviewing Workshop Level 2
17 Mar 2014 Motivational Interviewing Workshop Level 1
15 Mar 2014 Emerging Directions: Alberta Association of Professional Life Skills Coaches
28 Feb 2014 CDAA Calgary Spring Event
21 Feb 2014 CDAA/Calgary Public Library Lunch and Learns
27 Jan 2014 Calgary Chapter and Social Networking Meeting
20 Jan 2014 LinkedIn Best Practices: Building and Leveraging Your Professional Online Presence
17 Jan 2014 CDAA/Calgary Public Library Lunch and Learns
15 Nov 2013 CDAA/Calgary Public Library Lunch and Learns
18 Oct 2013 Invigorate Your Practice With the Psychology of Working: Fresh Ideas for a New Era in Career Practice
17 Oct 2013 Invigorate Your Practice With the Psychology of Working: Fresh Ideas for a New Era in Career Practice
16 Oct 2013 Invigorate Your Practice With the Psychology of Working: Fresh Ideas for a New Era in Career Practice
24 May 2013 CDAA Conference and AGM
17 May 2013 Calgary Library Lunch & Learn
03 May 2013 Building Better Practices for our Clients
29 Apr 2013 Alberta Works Week
19 Apr 2013 Calgary Library Lunch & Learn
16 Apr 2013 Recruitment Trends in Alberta
10 Apr 2013 CDAA South Chapter - Spring Lunch N' Learn Event
12 Feb 2013 Career Development Professionals Networking Event - Edmonton
30 Jan 2013 CDAA South Chapter Networking Event
12 Oct 2012 PD Day with Gray Poehnell- Integrating Career Integrity into Our Practice – Techniques to Inspire!
11 Oct 2012 PD Day with Gray Poehnell- Integrating Career Integrity into Our Practice – Techniques to Inspire!
10 Oct 2012 PD Day with Gray Poehnell- Integrating Career Integrity into Our Practice – Techniques to Inspire!

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