Career Development Association of New Zealand


Ezine Number 18, Issue 1

Number 18, Issue 1, Autumn 2014

Welcome to the 2014 Autumn Ezine! 

In this issue we look at "Help" in its many forms: whether it is the helping nature of our profession, aides/aids to help those who have work, physical, emotional or mental challenges, help for we practitioners in doing what we do better, help in helping ourselves, in helping CDANZ, or for our organisations helping each other. Enjoy what our stable of cogitators have considered in this most helpful of professions:

Editorial HELP: I need somebody – Sam Young

President's Piece – Kaye Avery

Help! What’s the meaning of help? – Dale Briers

Staying current in an ever-changing world – Sarah Bond

Helping Athletes Develop Career Plans – Lee Brodie

Help. A Unitec Career Centre perspective – Yolanda van den Bemd

Workbridge helps find real jobs – Workbridge

Learning and Development – Diane Edwards

Helpdesk: 10 Social Media & Job Search Trends – Chris Kulbaba

Wise Words – Val O'Reilly

Dr Roberta Neault workshops with NZ practitioners – Andrew Tui

Review: Career Development Practice in Canada – Dale Furbish

Career Qualification Developments at AUT – Dale Furbish & Lynette Reid

Supervision skills undervalued in workplace – Raewyn Laurenson

Vocational Rehabilitation Portfolio Update – Shane Heasley

Making ATS Work for Our Clients – Sam Young


Regular Features:

Who We Are – Member Stats

Stars n Black Holes

Branch News

Book reviews

Article review


The complete Ezine in one hit is here.