For the first time, Oakland University’s School of Education and Human
Services will offer the National Career Development Association’s (NCDA)
Career Development Facilitator Training.
The 120-hour training
program is aimed at individuals working in career development settings.
Instructors of the program are experienced practitioners who are
NCDA-certified. Subjects including employability skills, career
planning, diversity populations and ethical issues will be covered
during the course — as well as many other valuable career tools for
advancing in the workforce.
The CDF certificate program fee of
$1,065 includes NCDA’s training manual, instructional DVD and a variety
of career development materials and tools. Registration is now open for
both the eLearning program and the classroom plus online program at the
Macomb Intermediate School District in Clinton Township. The first
session begins on Thursday, Sept. 1, 2011.