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Wednesday, January 26 • 10:00 - 11:00
(On-demand session released) Ethics at the Core: Exploring the Updated Code

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At the core of effective and professional career service lies ethical practice. Developed by career development practitioners (CDPs) with guidance from the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA), the new Code of Ethics for Career Development Professionals places emphasis on principles, values, virtues, as well as integrity, competence and responsibility. Woven inside is the Competency Framework for CDPs and updated standards for digital tools and service with diverse populations.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Introduction to the new CDP Code of Ethics
  • Understanding how to use the new CDP CoE
  • Practical applications of the CoE to enhance career practice

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Kathy Offet-Gartner

President/Counsellor, CCPA/Mount Royal University
Kathy Offet-Gartner is a counselling psychologist, career practitioner and the current President of Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA). Kathy was part of the working groups for the updated Code of Ethics for both CCPA and the new CDP Competency Framework.
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Rebecca McCarthy

Project Associate, Canadian Career Development Foundation
Rebecca McCarthy makes things work for those who work. With a background in entrepreneurship and workshop facilitation, her work at the Canadian Career Development Foundation centres upon the values of openness and authenticity, sharing that career development is for everyone.
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Gillian Johnston

Co-director, CDPCBO (Career Development Practitioners Certification Board of Ontario)
Gillian Johnston has worked in career development 40+ years. Gillian is a member of the NCSC and CCDF Code of Ethics Committee. She was on the original Steering Committee for the S&Gs and Code of Ethics Committee.
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Mike Quinn

Manager of Employment Counselling, WorkingNB/NBCDA
Mike Quinn is a career development practitioner with 20+ years experience. Mike is the manager of an exceptional group of 14 employment counsellors with the Department of Post-Secondary Education Training & Labour in New Brunswick and an active member of the New Brunswick Career Development... Read More →
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Cheryl Chapman

Economic Development & Employment Counsellor, Xatśūll First Nation and Cariboo Chilcotin Aboriginal Training & Employment Centre
Cheryl Chapman is a member of the Xatśūll First Nation. Cheryl has 30+ years of experience working with Indigenous and non-Indigenous people, communities, businesses and all levels of government. Cheryl excels at capacity building, sustainable community development and building... Read More →

Wednesday January 26, 2022 10:00 - 11:00 EST