Career Development Association of New Zealand


In partnership with Victoria University Wellington & the Tertiary Education Commission

Victoria University Wellington / 23 & 24 October 2018

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TTR LT1 Te Toki a Rata Building, Kelburn Campus, Victoria University of Wellington / Tuesday 23 October 2018 - 9am to 12noon

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Latest News

  • Bond University: Future of Jobs with Vice Chancellor Professor Tim Brailsford

    You are invited to a special evening with Bond University Vice Chancellor and President, Professor Tim Brailsford, on the Future of Jobs at Auckland Grammar School on Wednesday 22 August, 6pm - 7.30pm. Hear from keynote speakers Professor Jeffrey Brand and Jacqui McKeown on forward-facing technology, trends, and future prospects for employment in today’s age of digital disruption. You’ll get an industry and academic view on how new digital technologies are shaping the work force and how Bond University is committed to preparing graduates to face any future.


  • CDANZ Submission: NCEA Review - Member Zoom meetings

    One of the new ways we will be advocating for our members and our industry is by making formal submissions to government ministries and select committees. The first such opportunity will be of interest to members working in the education sector – the NCEA Review. Some of you may have already completed the online survey and that is great. We’d still love your contribution to our collective submission as well. To enable this, we will be facilitating two Zoom meetings on Wednesday, 29 August, one at 12noon and one at 7pm.


  • Personal Development Manager - NZCPA (Cricket)

    Fantastic job opportunity! The NZCPA Personal Development Programme was established in 2007 and is now a key part of the high performance cricket environment in New Zealand. The programme serves NZCPA members including current and past New Zealand professional male players, as well as the New Zealand women's squad - White Ferns to help support players in balancing their cricket commitments with developing them holistically, eventually prepare them for life after cricket. The programme consists of three pillars - Career Transition, Risk Management and Personal Development.


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