The Australian Career Coach Toolkit
Melbourne CBD Workshop
Friday 20 October 2017
1.00 pm – 4.00 pm
Career Counsellors Career Coaches Careers Teachers HR Professionals
Get the career books! Get the photocopies! Get the training! Get the skills! Get the clients!
This workshop shows career development practitioners how to implement the Australian ‘Core Skills for Work’ in their career services using The Australian Career Coach Toolkit. The Toolkit comprises:
- The Australian Career Mentor: career guidance for experienced professionals and new graduates
- The Australian Career Passport: cross the career border with your core skills for work
- The Australian Career Coach Toolkit 30 page workbook with easy to copy core skills audits for immediate use with clients and students
- Post-workshop Help Desk Support for 90 days
Over three hours you will learn how to use two core skills audits – the Australian Core Skills Audit and The Australian Career Passport in the career development program provided in the workshop, or in your existing programs. You can use these take-away books and resources for an existing career direction or career implementation program, or base new programs on them. The resources will suit clients 17 – 70, and the workshop integrates them into your programs for individual clients and groups.
No more than six in the group, to allow maximum communication with the convener
Early bird – $165 by 12 October
Lazy bird – $295 by 17 October
Enquiries & registration:
tel 9880 7649 (BH)
0449 746 955 (AH)
Lawrence Arnold FRSA CDAA MBTI MA (Melb.) Grad Cert Career Counselling (RMIT) is an experienced career counsellor and executive coach who has been presenting employability skills workshops at CDAA venues for several years. He has provided both professional mentoring and mentoring training for CDAA career counsellors, and presented the conference paper STEM and BRANCH: Evaluating employability skills individually and across the Australian economy using the Australian Core Skills Audit at the CDAA National Conference Melbourne 2016. His recent career books provide the basis of The Australian Career Coach Toolkit Workshop being held Sept/Oct 2017.