Sharing Positive Experiences with Inclusive Employment
This pilot project is evaluating the use of an online mapping tool to enable individuals with disabilities, their families, employers and service providers to share and learn about the positive employment experiences of individuals with developmental disabilities (self advocates) in BC.
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Accessible Services for Specialized Populations in One-Stop Employment Models: Learning from Other Jurisdictions
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Alternative Options and New Beginnings: What the Alternative Career Pathways Initiative Does for Skilled Newcomers in CanadaDecember 18th, 2014
This article was submitted by Nimmi Bangert, Alternative Career Pathways Coordinator at the National Association of Career Colleges (NACC).
The BC Centre for Employment Excellence and its partners, the BC Career Development Association (BCCDA) and SkillPlan, are pleased to be launching a new pilot project that examines the role that a structured mentorship program can play in supporting career development practitioners (CDPs) in BC.
The BC Centre for Employment Excellence (the Centre) is pleased to be launching a new pilot project, The Face-to-Face Project: Bringing Youths with Disabilities and Employers Together, which fills the need to find creative solutions that improve labour market integration for youths with disabilities.
January 26 to 28, 2015
Ottawa Convention Centre
55 Colonel By Drive
BC Career Development Conference
March 6 & 7, 2015
Executive Airport Plaza Hotel & Conference Centre
7311 Westminster Hwy
FREE Webinars: Employment Webinar Series
Presented by: BC Psychosocial Rehabilitation Advanced Practice (supported by Douglas College)
December 2014 to February 2015
10:30am to 12:00pm PT