Uncenter Work to Recenter Life

20/03/2021 08:00 to 20/03/2021 11:30 (Singapore)

--Abundanz Consulting , Online--

Ticket Type End of Registration Price Quantity
Registration
16/03/2021 450.00 450.0 SGD

Virtual Workshop
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Deep Dive into Your Practice

(Module from Advanced Career Facilitation for 21st Century Certification Course)

20 March 2021 is International Happiness Day, it is apt to call upon career services professionals to come together and think deeply about your own experience of work, and to shift your career services practice to better incorporate ideas that are foundational to human flourishing and happiness.


Diminish WORK When we review our practice, does the conversation focus falls squarely within the box of work related issues? In the 21st Century World of Work, the concept of "career" is being redefined and WORK embraces all forms of work; it is no longer within paid work, but self-employment and unpaid work within the home and community too.

Focus on LIFE Individuals in past decade are gradually more motivated to find meaning in their work, in their life. As career services professionals, our practice is challenged to accompany their construction for meaning and purpose with quality interventions.


Join fellow career services professions and Brian to dig deep in our mind and ask questions that can enhance our professional work.

The end of the session, attendees will be able to:

  • Consider the role that living life plays in career development and vice versa

  • Incorporate client-centred versus employer centered conversations into your practice

  • Move from high tech to high (human) touch practices

Target Audience

Career Coaches

Facilitators

Human Resource Professionals

Counselors

Psychologists

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Facilitator: 

Dr Brian Hutchison

Brian Hutchison, Ph.D., LPC, CCCE is part of the Core Faculty of Clinical Mental Health Counselling at Walden University, USA. Dr. Hutchison received his doctorate degree in Counselor Education & Supervision from Pennsylvania State University and has worked as a career, school, and mental health counselor and clinical supervisor.
Dr. Hutchison is Past President of the Asia Pacific Career Development Association (APCDA), Editor of the Asia Pacific Career Development Journal, and Treasurer of the National Career Development Association (NCDA).
Brian’s scholarship is infused into three primary scholarship areas: international issues in career/ school counseling, career theory and practice integration, and counselor training/ education broadly defined. He has more than four dozen journal publications pertaining to school and career counseling theory, international career development, social justice and cross-cultural communication, and specific counseling interventions. Dr. Hutchison is a Contributing Editor for the book International Practices of Career Services, Credentialing and Training.

Important Information

  • Pre-work and Post-work are required for this course. There is pre reading to be completed before attending the 3.5 hours online session with Brian over Zoom platform.  

  • Uncenter Work to Recenter Life can be credited to the full Advanced Career Facilitation for 21st Century certification course organised by Abundanz Consulting. For more details, please contact enquiries@abundanzconsulting.com

  • Attendees receive a certificate for 5 Continuing Education hours with NCDA, ICF and GCDF certification requirements

  • The certification and clock hours will be officially issued by Career Planning Academy, a National Board for Certified Counsellors-approved continuing education provider

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Where

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Abundanz Consulting , Online
One Commonwealth
    1 Commonwealth Lane
    149544

When

From 20/03/2021 08:00
20/03/2021 11:30

Organizer

Abundanz Consulting
+65 6513 7721
enquiries@abundanzconsulting.com

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