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Facilitating Career Development, Instructor Manual, Revised 4th Edition
An Instructional Program for Career Services Providers and Other Career Development Providers
Author/Editor: A. Lisa Jordan, Janet N. Marinaccio
The NCDA Facilitating Career Development Training is a 120-hour instructional program designed for individuals who assist others with career development. The training has value for both front-line personnel and program administrators in various settings who provide career development services. The newest edition includes updated content, references, resources, and web links.
PLEASE NOTE: Instructors using this curriculum must attend an NCDA-approved Instructor Training Workshop and must be listed on the NCDA Instructor Registry. For more information visit the website at www.ncda.org_facilitator_overview or contact email@example.com. The Instructor’s Package contains one Instructor Manual, which includes student materials, including the 5 new chapters.
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Category: Career Development Theory and Models
Category: Individual/Group Counseling and Facilitation Skills
Category: Career Information Resources/Curriculum/Activities
Category: Program Planning/Promotion/Management/Implementation
Category: Specific Populations
Category: Ethical/Legal Issues
Category: Career Planning and Job Seeking Resources
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A Strengths-Based Approach to Career Development
Using Appreciative Inquiry, 2nd Edition
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The Strengths-Based Approach is a way of seeing the world as positive and focuses on building upon strengths rather than on fixing deficits. The second edition monograph details the approach and includes activities and a participant guide to move the Strengths-Based Approach to career development into practice. (Schutt, 2018)