Full-time, in class Career Development Practitioner Certificate: Employment Services
Veronica on her program experience
Tomoko on finding meaningful employment. Read Tomoko's full story below.
Evelyn on being prepared to make a difference
Through her new career, former ESL teacher Tomoko has followed her passion to inspire and empower youth.
As a graduate of this training program, you’ll be prepared for a variety of roles:
- Career development practitioner
- Career coach or planner
- Career group facilitator
- Job search trainer
- Intake interviewer
- Career resource centre coordinator
- Employment or career counsellor
- Career development caseworker
- Vocational consultant
- Workforce development specialist
Potential employers span the private and public sectors. Options include the following:
- High schools
- Job service offices
- Employment centres
- Government agencies
Applications for the Fall 2017 program are now closed. Applications for the Spring 2018 program will be open from early November 2017 to March 2018 (or until the program is full).