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Career development is about growing through life and work; about
learning, experiencing, living, working and changing; about
creating and discovering pathways through one’s life and
work. When intentional, career development is about actively
creating the life one wants to live and the work one wants to
do. The Blueprint for Life/Work Designs will help make career
development intentional for more people.
The Canada Career Consortium, as a national forum, initiates,
develops and co-ordinates career and labour market information
to enable all Canadians to make transitions.
Canadian Career Information
Brings together individuals who share a common interest in the
development, distribution and use of career resources. It is
a volunteer organization of members from across Canada who work
in the field of career information
Career Information Partnership(CCIP)
Is a national partnership of members from every province who
share ideas, information and expertise to learn from one another
and facilitate national, regional and local career development
direction and initiatives.
and Guidelines for Career Development Practitioners
This site keeps you up to date on the work being done to create
and implement a set of Canadian standards and guidelines to
be used by career practioneers in their day to day business.
and Labour Market Information Service Delivery Guidelines -
National guidelines for the delivery of career and labour market
information for in-person, internet, telephone and mail (electronic
and regular services) services.
The Canadian Career Development Foundation (CCDF)
A charitable foundation committed to advancing the understanding and practice of career development. Established in 1979, CCDF's career development specialists actively work on projects that strengthen and support the career development profession and improve access to quality career services for Canadians. Services include applied research; curriculum/program development, policy consultation, training, evaluation and project management. CCDF also offers The Career Clearinghouse, a central hub for career practitioners seeking access to affordable, high quality resources and training support.
Readiness Scale TM (ERS)
This web-based client self-assessment tool measures 9 readiness
factors plus 30 common client challenges. Agency reports provide
aggregate information on client needs, client changes over time,
and intervention effectiveness. Licensing fee applicable.
This is a list of different occupations with the skills required,
a brief description of the job and a quick overview of annual
income, numbers of people employed and what the outlook is like
for each occupation.
Sense of Labour Market Information
This online resource introduces career practitioners
to key socio-economic and labour market concepts, trends and issues. It also
provides practical examples of researching labour market information and using
it in the career development process.
Database for Educators
Saskatchewan Educators can access a list of recommended and
reviewed websites that are relevant to Saskatchewan curriculum
This is a home grown website from the Shaunavon School Division. Here you will find many links and resources to assist students.