webinar register page

Webinar banner
Responsive Career Development: Lessons from COVID 19
Over the past months, Career Practitioners have adapted to serving Clients in new ways through the Covid19 Pandemic.

We have explored and integrated new processes and technologies for working as remote teams providing essential career services to Clients.

As we return to a new normal we have an opportunity to consider how our innovations can carry forward in our practice.

This webinar will consider how we can:

Meet client/student needs through the purposeful integration of blended career learning services
Enhance our skills and practices for working with clients/students in new ways
Develop strong remote teamwork skills
Leverage the learning over the past months to strengthen our field

Professional Standards Competency - Professional Practice Application, Ethical Practice & Technology, information and resources

Time Zones

Australia

Victoria, New South Wales, Tasmania, Queensland, ACT - 11:00
South Australia, Northern Territory - 10:30
Western Australia - 09:00

International

For times in your area please visit - www.timeanddate.com

Aug 27, 2020 11:00 AM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

* Required information
Loading
Registration fee A$25.00AUD
Pay and Register Secured by

Speakers

Tannis Goddard
CEO @MixtMode Consulting
Based in Vancouver Canada, Tannis Goddard is a world leader in career development interventions that integrate multiple learning modalities. She is the CEO of MixtMode, an organisation that creates and researches career learning solutions that meet the changing needs of our sector. Tannis has worked with career practitioners, specific client groups, state and provincial governments, employers and funding bodies across a wide geography to develop programmes and service delivery models that integrate the needs of the users with local labour market realities. For 25 years, Tannis led a community-based career agency that delivered government-funded employment services across rural and urban locations in British Columbia. In 2004 Tannis designed and launched the first federally funded online career development program in Canada. This sparked Tannis’ keen interest in the use of information technologies to support and extend our field’s reach.