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2019 CDANZ Conference: Slides & Resources

The following slide, videos and speaker notes were produced for the CDANZ Conference 2019: Your Practice - Today and Tomorrow held in partnership with the University of Canterbury and the Tertiary Education Commission on 5 & 6 September 2019.

Presentations with an * have been filmed. Video is available to Conference attendees and to CDANZ Branches upon request. Individuals who did not attend Conference can purchase video access. These videos are archival records filmed by a student. They cost $20 each. Alternatively you can purchase all six conference videos for: PMCDANZ - $70, AMCDANZ / Student - $80 Subscriber - $90 Affiliate - $100, Non Member - $110. Please contact ndm@cdanz.org.nz for more information. 

Keynote

*Tips, tricks and techniques for job search in the digital age - Gillian Kelly, Outplacement Australia & The Career Agency

World Tableau

*Multimodal career practice, two decades of learning - Tannis Goddard, MixtMode (Canada)

Plenary Presentation

Introducing the Careers Strategy - Nina Ive & Ian Lee, Tertiary Education Commission

In October 2019 TEC encourage schools to participate in Drawing the Future. This initiative asks students to draw what they want to be when they grow up on a Drawing the Future template and answer a few simple questions. It's an easy 30-minute exercise that Teachers can run in their classroom and a fun way to get children thinking about their futures.

All the printed materials required will be provided by the Tertiary Education Commission (TEC). In October schools will be able to order a Drawing the Future pack from careers.govt.nz/drawingthefuture 

They'll need to send the drawings back to the TEC in the self-addressed, pre-paid envelope provided.

The information received will help the TEC understand children's career aspirations and what factors influence these. The findings will be used to develop a programme called Inspiring the Future that shows tamariki all the career pathways that exist, helping to broaden aspirations for all our young people.

Schools that take part will be amongst the first to receive a Drawing the Future research paper. They'll also go into a prize draw where they could win one of 10 art supply packs, each worth $100.

CDANZ Project Updates

Entry Level Qualification & Member Pathways slides - Professionalism Project. See more information about CDANZ Professional Standards here

Workshop Presentations

*Using technology in career coachng/guidance - Xanthe Sulzberger, Joy Business Academy

Vocational rehablitation from a career practitioners perspective - Jo Protzman & Kanika Naug, APM Workcare

Effective learning groups and the use of research to enhance your practice - Merrie McDougall & Robyn Bailey

Did the future just sneak up on us? A for profit social enterprise model in career practice - Dr Val O'Rielly, Caroline Sandford, Amanda Smidt and Julie Thomas The Career Development Company

*Work today and tomorrow - through the lens of longevity - Geoff Pearman, Partners in Change

Our future, our voice. Sharing perspectives from Māori and Pacific career development practitioners based in Aotearoa - Andrew Tui and colleagues, Māori & Pacific Practitioners Network (not currently available)

Future trends and career development in the age of Industry 4.0 - Shailan Patel, MYOB & Yolanda Li, Landa Career Services

Building a stronger practice for today and tomorrow - Kathryn Jackson, careerbalance Ltd

*Unpacking 'emancipatory careers' - Critical tools for growng client capability to engage with their careers and workplaces - Max and Frances Harrē, Forte Careers

From traditional to software supported career direction counselling... and then on to the future - Jo Davies, Career Sense

Strengthening understanding of career theory in practice within the learning space - Heather Lowery-Kappes & Dr Suzette Dyer, University of Waikato & Fiona Hurd, AUT

*Career Business Building - Warts'n' All - Gillian Kelly, Outplacement Australia & The Career Agency

Innovative approach to seasonal labour maret shortages and sole parents - Robyn Leake, Ministry of Social Development & Paula Rewi, Accomplish Vocational Services

Career practitioners as tech warriors - a practical example - Vaideh Kavthekar, Josiane McGregor & Pratistha Purohit, Tertiary Education Commission

Landscape Scan

Summary of presentations and research organisations

Video from Claire Oehley Adolescent perspectives on career development

Video update from The Southern Initiative

Discussion: Careers within Career Development 

Slides by Dallas Seymour (Ngāti Hikairo) - Kaiārahi Whakapakari Pūkenga / Programme Leader – Iwi Capability, Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu

Tokono Ta Rahi - a Ngāi Tahu-led collaborative established to increase Māori participation, success and progression in education and employment

Workstream Discussions

Education - group notes 

Practice practice - group notes 

Vocational Rehabilitation - group notes