GRADUATES - THIS COURSE COUNTS 25% TOWARD a Graduate Certificate in Career Development at ACU.
Previously approved for 18.5 Australian Psychological society PD Hours under their old system and 15 hours CDAA PD The course is taught entirely by Jim Bright to small groups (typically around 10 - 15, maximum around 20). It provides a broad introduction to many of the key concepts and practices in Coaching, Career Counselling and Vocational Assessment. Participants receive a very generous pack of resources worth over $700 to accompany and support their learning including the following:
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Includes morning & afternoon teas and lunch each day Recognition toward Graduate Certificate in Career Development at ACU.
Graduates automatically get 10 credit points (1 complete subject, Career Assessment,Theory and Job Search Advising EDSS612) towards the Graduate Certificate or Masters in Education (Careers Development) offered by ACU. Students enrolled at other universities have also successfully applied for RPL of 25% towards their Grad Cert courses.
The CICA national standards regard a Graduate Certificate as the minimum qualification for recognition as a Professional Career Development Practitioner.
Insights into how career decisions are formulated
We are taking bookings now for our public courses running in September and October. Book before the end of the tax year to invest training budgets wisely.
By offering courses in a targeted range of human resource related areas, Bright and Associates deliver information rich courses that have real substance and powerful take home messages. All the courses come with very extensive notes, workbooks and often books written by Jim Bright, PhD.
Most Bright and Associates courses are personally presented by Jim Bright, PhD. Jim has gained a well-earned reputation around the world for his entertaining deliver style. He is in demand on the speakers circuit as well as delivering training courses, addressing groups as diverse as Group Training Australia, Disability Support Network, Pharmaceuticals Companies and many Government Departments. His ability to inject a sense of humour into his work has a universal appeal that has seen him working to acclaim in the last few years with groups in Canada, USA, UK, New Zealand and right around Australia. Jim is a skilled communicator who writes a weekly column in the Sydney Morning Herald and Age newspapers and occasionally appears on the ABC, ABC702 as a regular, Channel 7 Sunrise, Channel 9 and Channel 10 show talking Human Resources.
Bright and Associates courses are evidence-based as you might expect from a presenter who continues to publish scientific papers in international human resource journals and an author of 13 books on human resource subjects.
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‘We have needed this considered and careful exploration of the use of goals in coaching to challenge any number of blithe assumptions. The range of perspectives and the depth of coverage in this volume will encourage more reflective and effective engagement to help clients change what matters. I’m adding it to our “must-read” list for coaching supervisors.’ Douglas Riddle, Global Director Coaching Services & Assessment Portfolio, Center for Creative Leadership, USA
Change is one of the realities of modern life and work. This Change Perception Index is designed to assess your thinking about change in your career and life. Understanding your current thinking about change will provide important insights into how you can best deal with change in the future. It may also help to identify specific career development needs. 50 questions, only $9 AUS per administration including PDF printable report and email report.
The background to this test can explored in these publications: Bright, J.E.H. & Pryor, R.G.L.. (2007). Chaotic Careers Assessment: how constructivist and psychometric techniques can be integrated into work and life decision making. Career Planning and Adult Development Journal, 23 (2), 30-45. and in Pryor, R & Bright, J. (2011). The Chaos Theory of Careers. Routledge: New York & London.
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