CDANZ has formal affiliations with several organisations detailed here.
Ministry of Education Library
Careers New Zealand (CNZ) sponsors the career section of the Ministry of Education (MoE) Library. Through CNZ's generosity, Career Development Association of New Zealand (CDANZ) members are able to gain access to the MoE Library and to the wide range of publications that are available.
To set up your own access, please email your contact details, including your CDANZ membership number, to email@example.com and they will give you a login and password to access the website.
(NB: career students should be able order their course materials through their course provider's library).
• find research and evidence
• search databases and online resources
• use the library catalogue
• sign up for email alerts.
Their extensive collection covers all aspects of career guidance and development as well as topics such as management and leadership, policy development, research and evaluation, and human resources management.
You can search the library's catalogue on their Education Library website at https://library.education.govt.nz/
Their contact details are:
Phone: 04 463 8913 or 04 463 8926
Mail: PO Box 1666, Wellington 6140, or DX number SX10001
Street address: Mātauranga House, 33 Bowen Street, Wellington
Education Library website: https://library.education.govt.nz/
New Zealand Links
The Occupation Outlook report has been designed to be one of the first places for young people to look when making a decision on career options and to determine what their chances are of getting a job once they have finished studying.
Australian Journal of Career Development - can be accessed through the MoE Library
Canadian Education and Research Institute for Counseling (CERIC) CERIC offers webinars and recordings of previous webinars - some of which are free.
International Journal for Educational and Vocational Guidance (IAEVG) - can be accessed through the MoE Library
Monster Jobs has released an article on the five best TED Talks on Career Development. To read the article, click here. (taken from CDAA newsletter).