OU offers distinctive training for career development professionals
Rochester, Mich. – Oakland University's School of Education and Human Services is now offering the National Career Development Association's Career Development Facilitator (CDF) Training for career providers looking to prepare for international certification.
This extensive, 120-hour training program is designed for individuals who work in career development settings, including employment and displaced-worker services, human resource departments, vocational rehabilitation centers, schools and college career centers. Topics to be covered in the training include:
career and labor market information;
case management and referral skills;
diversity and special populations;
career center management and promotion;
and ethical and scope-of-practice issues.
This training is endorsed not only by the NCDA, but also by the National Employment Counseling Association and the National Association of Workforce Development Professionals. Instructors are experienced practitioners certified by NCDA.
The CDF certificate program fee of $1,065 includes NCDA's training manual, instructional DVD and a variety of career development materials and tools. Registration is now open for both the eLearning program and the classroom plus online program at the Macomb Intermediate School District in Clinton Township. The first session begins on Thursday, Sept. 1, 2011.