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Next Course Schedule: October 9, 2017 - February 28, 2018 (Required Face to Face class is November 27-29, 2017)

What is the NCDA Facilitating Career Development Training Program?

NCDA Facilitating Career Development Training provides individuals with relevant skills and knowledge to assist others in planning careers and obtaining meaningful work. Established in 1913, NCDA is the premier provider of professional development in the career field. With a nationwide system of instructors, NCDA has prepared over 25,000 Career Service Providers and Facilitators for inter/national certification.

Experienced GCDF instructors, Cindy Mason and Shantele Raper have the experience and credentials with NCDA and CCE to provide the instruction and resources to become a CSP (Career Services Provider), previously known as CDF (Career Development Facilitator). Completion of the Knowledge Works Facilitating Career Development Training course will provide everything you need to move into a position as a Career Service Provider or take an additional step to apply for one of the credentials available from NCDA and CCE.

What Will I Learn?
  • Career resources and labor market information.
  • Career planning processes
  • Basic helping and facilitation skills
  • Career development models and theories
  • Informal and formal assessment approaches
  • Diversity and specific population needs
  • Development and maintenance of an effective career resource center
  • Training others and program promotion
  • Case management and referral skills
  • Ethical and scope-of-practice issues
  • Professional and resource portfolios
  • Cutting-edge job searching
  • AND more...!!

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