Check out the many virtual learning opportunities available to career professionals in April and May. We’ll keep updating this article as more events are announced, so be sure to check back!
What exactly is emotional intelligence and how can it be developed through coaching? Join Jill Cory and David Cory, Canada-based coaches and leadership development specialists, as they share how to best help employees develop their EQ.
This session will take a pulse check on how the non-profit sector is holding up more than a year into the pandemic. It will feature panelists from Imagine Canada, CharityVillage, the Canadian Association of Gift Planners, Volunteer Canada, AFP Toronto and the Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada Foundation.
The Labour Relations Outlook 2021 will explore the economic, compensation, and negotiating environments in which labour relations leaders will find themselves heading into bargaining in 2021.
This webinar will include tips on how to approach marketing during the current COVID-19 pandemic climate as well as provide ways to maximize results even with small or non-existent marketing budgets.
Are You Talking Like Businesses Think? How to Get More Consumers Hired Doing Remote Job Development (CASRA)
Learn how to speak business language that appeals to the private sector mindset and get business people to say yes to your services. Go from basic job development to using private sector sales tactics and get better outcomes with employers.
Learn development basics as you examine the technology and techniques used to overcome the challenges to building and maintaining thriving economies in rural areas. Facilitated by McSWEENEY and in partnership with the Government of Ontario.
Delivering Careers Services: How Does Cultural Preparedness Matter? (Career Industry Council of Australia)
Work and its manifestations are culturally coded constructs which we need to decode if our theories and interventions are to ensure acceptance, appropriateness and effectiveness. This webinar will present the cultural preparedness approach as a framework within which these dynamic tensions can be understood.
Organizations could not function without good communicators, critical thinkers and emotionally intelligent leaders. It’s time to take our thinking about soft skills and the way we develop them and turn it on its head. There are new, engaging, immersive ways to get people the critical skills they need to be effective in the organization.
This webinar will: introduce participants to the UN SDGs; Connect SDGs to career development and life planning; brainstorm SDGs activities for students and clients; and showcase student reactions to SDG-related classroom assignments currently in use.
Amplify brings together those challenging, disrupting, driving and shaping workforce development in Ontario, including government, industry and sector leaders, professionals, educators, funders and researchers. Presenters and participants will explore new challenges and opportunities to advance workforce development in Ontario.
The purpose of this event is to start a conversation between those working around the creation of evidence (researchers) and those using evidence to inform and enhance policy and practice (practitioners). It aims to help participants consider the collection of meaningful data in careers work and reflect on the use of evidence.
Saskatchewan’s 16th annual career development conference for professional career and school counsellors, career practitioners, educators and HR professionals. This year’s conference theme is “Brave New World,” reflecting the courage that was necessary to adapt, learn and pivot during a time of transition that required bravery and resilience.
This year’s theme, “Changing Narratives,” reflects how the global impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has forced post-secondary institutions to dramatically change the way they operated. Attendees can expect 1,500+ delegates, more than 50 live and recorded sessions, and opportunities for networking.
The Careers Education Community of Practice has been working with Professor Tristram Hooley to review and refresh the CDI Framework for Skills, Employability and Enterprise Education. Join this webinar to learn more about the new Career Development Framework and the supporting materials.
Roles of the Job Developer, Assistive Tech Specialist and the Employer in Accommodation (NeilSquire)
Employers may be fearful that accommodating someone with a disability will be costly or that it will cause hardship to them and their other staff. This webinar will highlight how the job developer, assistive tech specialist and the employer can work together to simplify the road to accommodation.
Often, many months pass between a student’s acceptance of an offer and their start date. Meanwhile, other employers continue marketing their roles to them; friends boast about new opportunities they’ve accepted; and the student’s life continues to unfold on campus. How do employers keep students’ interest up and ensure they don’t renege?
Self-employed career practitioners: Tools and strategies to better manage your finances (CERIC and VRA Canada)
May 20, May 27 & June 3
Often career practitioners, like many Canadians, have very little understanding of finances, how credit works and of the potential impact on their financial well-being. This new webinar series, presented by Pamela George, will help career practitioners who are self-employed to enhance their learning on current personal financial management practices.
ACDC 2021: Leading the Way will bring together 300 career development and related professionals for two full days of learning, laughing and leading. It will feature keynotes from Dr. Nancy Arthur and Richard Bucher.
The pace of change has made it difficult to reflect, learn and prepare for what’s next. Attend the SEMM Forum to quickly learn the best tactics and strategies for today.
Brainstorm is also hosting a Campus Recruiting Forum May 25-26.
This year’s virtual conference explores the timely theme of “Pathways to resiliency: Challenges and change.” Explore new and innovative programs within schools and boards across Ontario in experiential learning and co-operative education.
HRD presents a one-day virtual summit that will provide senior HR and well-being professionals in Canada with valuable insights on how to support the wellbeing of their workforces. Featuring case studies, panel discussions and workshops by HR leaders from top companies, this event offers practical guidance and inspiration for organizations.
All presentations will be in English for this international conference, with delegates from many Asian countries and regions as well as other parts of the world. Breakout sessions will be divided into four tracks:
- Serving school populations (K-12)
- Serving college students
- Serving working or job seeking adults
- Research on career issues
May 29-June 3
The Canadian Society for the Study of Education is the largest organization of professors, students, researchers and practitioners in education in Canada. The conference theme this year is “Northern Relations.”