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Thursday 18 March 2021

Presenter – Mark Savickas

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Career Guidance for Adults: Findings from a new OECD survey

Thursday 1 April 2021

5.00pm AEDT

Presenter – Katharine Mullock, Directorate for Employment, Labour and Social Affairs, OECD

Cost – $25

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Delivering Careers Services: How Does Cultural Preparedness Matter?

Thursday 15 April 2021

2.00pm AEST

Presenter – Gideon Arulmani, Director, The Promise Foundation, India

Cost $25

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Working with Change: Applications of the Theory of Work Adjustment

Thursday 22 April 2021

2.00pm AEST

Presenter – Dr Jon Woodend, Lecturer in Guidance, Counselling, and Career Development, James Cook University

Cost $25

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Career Engagement as Life Engagement: Integrating and Optimizing Multiple Life Roles

Thursday 17 June 2021

12.00pm AEST

Presenter – Dr Roberta Borgen (Neault), President of Life Strategies Ltd Canada

Cost – $25

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On Demand Webinars

Careers work: A new dawn

Presenter – Deirdre Hughes

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Looking after yourself so you can look after others!

Presenter – Dr Michael Carr-Gregg

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How to help people identify their skills and transition to jobs in demand

Presenter – Phillip Wise

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Summit 21

CICA Summit 2021

2-4 March 2021

Support | Scalability | Sustainability | Standards

Effective career development is crucial in the post COVID-19 recovery, successful transitions and economic growth. It can help make the best use of human resources in the labour market and education by improving matching between people’s skills and interests and available opportunities for work and learning.

Career development services benefit individuals, but they also have economic and social benefits for Australia.

  • If individuals make decisions about what they are to learn in a well-informed and well-thought-through way, linked to their interests, their capacities and their aspirations, and informed realistically about the opportunities to which the learning can lead, then they are likely to be more successful learners with positive outcomes.
  • If people construct career paths and secure employment that utilises their potential and meet their own goals, they are likely to be more motivated and productive, contributing to enhancing national prosperity.
  • As a catalyst for achieving social equity, equal opportunities and social inclusion outcomes concerning learning and work.

As education and employment policies seek to widen choices and create systems that can respond to varying needs across the lifespan, career guidance and information becomes increasingly essential for public policy.

Join us in this critical Summit as we unpack the evidence and impact of career development and explore the future of career development practice.

You will hear from respected international experts, Dr Deidre Hughes OBE, DMH& Associates (UK) and Sareena Hopkins, Canadian Career Development Foundation present their views and ideas on the key topics.

Following the keynote presentation, our panel of key government and industry stakeholders along with professional career practitioners will discuss and unpack the presentation, focusing on the Australian context through a facilitated catalyst discussion.

Tuesday 2 March 2021

3.30pm – 5.00pm – Keynote and Catalyst Panel Discussion

Evidence and impact of career development – Dr Deidre Hughes OBE, DMH & Associates (UK)

Wednesday 3 March 2021 

3.30pm – 5.00pm – Keynote and Catalyst Panel Discussion

The future of career development practice – Sareena Hopkins, Canadian Career Development Foundation

Please be advised the Summit is hosted by CICA and there is no cost to attend.

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