- a programme of weekly online live events &
- gathered free readings, recorded webinars and other online learning opportunities that you can explore in your own time, in accordance with the CDANZ Competency Framework.
You may claim everything on this list as PD hours.
Prior to Covid we had hoped to bring Dr Deirdre Hughes to New Zealand. They has not been possible but she now invites you to her company DMH&Associates Virtual International Conference: Evolving Education and Careers, 20 & 21 October. Registration is free but places are limited.
In these 50 minute sessions a guest facilitator will lead a conversation on a specific topic aligned with the CDANZ Competency Framework. No RSVPs needed, just jump online on the day. Where we have permission to record these sessions the recordings will be shared in the Online Resources table below and in our archive of Past Webinars.
Virtual Coffee Catch Ups
Join us for a 30minute virtual coffee date with colleagues. These meetings are about connection and colleagiality. Share the challenges and successes of the day amongst friends. From June our Coffee Catch Ups will be monthly at the later time of 4.30pm:
- 4.30pm, Wednesday 24 June - https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84165926602
Dive into these fabulous free resources. We will update them regularly. If you are aware of other links that we could add to this list please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please also look out for new research, reports and upcoming webinars in our fortnightly e-newsletters.
Please refer to the full Competency Framework here.
Free Professional Learning Opportunity
Prof. Tristram Hooley hosted a Talking Careers session on Why a social justice informed approach to career guidance matters in the time of coronavirus Read his article. View his slides. Watch the video. Read his website.
CDANZ Competency Framework links: 1.1 , 1.2, 4.2
CERIC Webinar Series: Career Theories and Models at Work:
Watch a keynote video where Mark Savickas talks about his Life Design Theory
Watch a video interview with Jim Bright on his Chaos Theory
Professional Practice Management
Watch Talking Careers with Carolyn Alchin on CDAA research Career Development Works!. Consider how you can better evaluate and measure your impact and use that evidence to support your work/profession.
Read the CDANZ Code of Ethics and reflect on how you use it in your practice.
Watch these narrated slides from Dr Roberta Neault on The Ethics of Advocacy: Using your voice to champion change.
Familiarise yourself with the websites and resources available through CDANZ affiliate organisations and international peers:
Watch the recorded CERIC webinar series on Thriving Through Chaos: How to manage your mental and emotional wellbeing and how to help your clients do the same, with Shellie Deloyer:
You can also request a Thriving Through Chaos workbook here.
E-Learning modules on Employment and Privacy on from the Privacy Commission
Professional Practice Application
Watch the guest presentations from CDANZ Auckland's AGM. The Future of Work is Here - Exploring connectivity as saviour or devil, with Dr Lena Waizenegger, and Managing change and transitions from Mark and Julie Sames
Join Russell Booth FMCDANZ in a webinar as he discusses the Young Person's Brain and why it is hard for them to make good career decisions. How might we incorporate neuro-science into careers practice?
CDANZ Practice Guidelines. Read and then consider the Practice Reflections on each document:
Watch these short videos from NZ practitioners on their different practice approaches. Then reflect on your own practice approach, how it may have evolved over time, how you adapt it for different client needs:
Technology, Information and Resources
View CICA's on-demand videos from Australian Careers Week 2020. Some are more relevant to the NZ context than others. Select with care.
Explore Statistics NZs current employment stats in their Covid19 portal.
CEDA have several recorded webinars about business management and embracing change during Covid-19. Some of these are of use to private practitioners trying to sustain a business and others provide insight into the job market and business response.
Daily updates from Gillian Kelly on Linkedin on the impacts of COVID19 to careers. She shares strategies and resources for the careers community.
Watch Deirdre Hughes' Career Chat's from Lockdown on http://dmhassociates.org/webinars
Watch the free webinars available at present through Economic Development NZ
Watch Seed’s Podcast where Steven Moe interviews economist Shamubeel Eaqub on the economic impact of Covid19
Advanced Communication Tools
Resources on Mindtools
Te Titiri O Waitangi
CDANZ Treaty Basics Webinar series (2019) facilitated by Christine Herzog, Treaty Resource Centre.
Click here for readings referred to and slides used in the webinars.
Culture & Diversity
White Fragility: Why it's so hard for white people to talk about racism, a webinar with Dr Robin DiAngelo by Community Research NZ
Resources from Diversity Works – includes reading abour Gender Diversity, Neurodiversity, Unconscious Bias, Flexible Working and Parental Leave
Resources on Age and the Older Worker from Partners in Change
Readings and video on Unconscious Bias from the University of Auckland
How to outsmart your own unconscious bias – TedX Talk by Valerie Alexander
Unconscious bias: Sterotypical hiring practices – TedX Talk by Gail Tolstoi-Miller
Real Skills plus Seitapu – a resource for working with Pacific Peoples
Engaging with Pacific Peoples, Careers NZ
Read the NZ Journal of Counselling
Working with people who have disabilities and /or mental health conditions
Engage with your peers in CDANZ Vocational Rehabilitation Practitioners private group
Refer to slides and readings from NZORC19
Design and deliver career development programmes
Resources available through the Auckland Co-design Lab.
Resources available through Seeds for Change
Read about CDANZ research funds
Contribute to or help develop policy
Read about CDANZ advocacy work to influence policy
Contact email@example.com of you would like to support CDANZ government advocacy efforts.
Deliver organisational development
Subscribe to the newsletter and see resources at Human Resources Director