OU offers certification program for workforce development, career service professionals
Rochester, Mich. – Oakland University’s School of Education and Human Services (SEHS) is accepting registrations for Career Development Facilitator Training (CDF), a professional certification program for career service providers. Training is scheduled in Livonia, Grand Blanc and Troy. The first course begins in Livonia on Tuesday, January 5.
The 120-hour program is designed for individuals who work in the career development field, including employment and displaced-worker services, human resource departments, vocational rehabilitation centers, schools and college career centers. Employability skills, career and labor market information, career planning, case management and referral skills, diversity and special populations, career center management and promotion, and ethical and scope-of-practice issues will be covered.
The CDF certificate program fee is $995. Participants may elect to take the course for OU undergraduate or graduate credit for an additional fee.