CDANZ: Career Development Association of New Zealand

Career Development Association of New Zealand

Professor Tristram Hooley - Auckland April 13 -15

Auckland Programme

Monday 13 April
CDANZ and Careers New Zealand with The University of Auckland Business School and Student Development and Engagement present:
9am to 12pm: The Role of Schools in Career and Employability Learning,
For secondary school principals, senior management, career advisers, classroom teachers, parents, and those working to support the career development of young people.
1pm to 4pm: Implications of Digital Literacy in Higher Education
For tertiary educators, career development practitioners, tertiary students, graduate recruiters. 
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Tuesday 14 April
CDANZ with The University of Auckland Business School and Student Development and Engagement present:
9am to 4.30pm: Career Development: Evidence, Evaluation, Image
This full day’s workshop is for career practitioners, consultants and HR practitioners working in the field of career development who have an appreciation of lifelong career development.
Morning Session Title: Satisfaction Guaranteed?
Afternoon Session Title: You’ve got the Look

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Wednesday 15 April
CDANZ and Careers New Zealand with AUT’s NZ Work Research Institute present:
7.30am to 9.30am: The Policy Conversation – integrating policies that work
In this breakfast seminar Professor Hooley will address what policies underpin effective lifelong career development for citizens.
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The Career Development Association of New Zealand (CDANZ) represents career practitioners working in a diverse range of roles within a growing and dynamic industry. CDANZ operates as an advocate for its members’ practice standards and professionalism, as well as a national voice for access to well-considered, personally, socially, and economically rewarding career development across the lifespan for all people.

Members of CDANZ work in a range of settings including secondary schools, tertiary education, corporates, rehabilitation, not-for-profit, government agencies, as well as private practice. Services include helping people plan and manage their careers, make informed decisions about their occupation and study, and successfully navigate transitions.

Members of CDANZ are required to continuously enhance their knowledge and skills to work effectively and appropriately within their environment, to meet a range of professional practice competencies, as well as adhere to the CDANZ  code of ethics.