Sareena Hopkins, Founding Executive Officer of the Canadian Career Development Foundation (CCDF) has complied this paper aimed at Canadian Government.
After receiving the invitation to provide input to Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) on the impact and implications of COVID-19 for the career development sector, the Canadian Career Development Foundation (CCDF) put out a call to career development professionals across Canada. This paper is full of creative ideas and suggested actions.
ESDC is a department of the Government of Canada responsible for social programs and the labour market at the federal level –
” This document consolidates evidence-based Canadian and international research, along with input from professionals working in a wide range of delivery settings/communities with an equally wide range of individuals with diverse needs. The document delineates various impacts and associated evidence-based recommendations of measures to mitigate risks and/or capitalize on presenting opportunities. It also includes a variety of creative, out-of-the-box ideas for consideration as unprecedented times call for unprecedented creativity.”
Across the UK, careers service providers and career development professionals are gearing up to provide evidence-based responses to creative ways of supporting young people and adults in a CovID-19 post-crisis landscape.
Sareena plans to visit the UK as a keynote speaker at our International Conference in Birmingham on 8th October 2020. To register to attend the conference: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/99335346696
Join our next webinar session ‘LiveCareerChat@Lockdown’ No 2. on 20th April 2020 from 3.30pm – 4.30pm (UK time) please register here for free CPD and time for reflection and action: http://dmhassociates.org/webinars