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2022 APCDA/IAEVG virtual Conference

Embracing Lifelong Career Development
May 16 -27, 2022
Hosted by People and Career Development Association, Singapore

40 CEU Clock Hours Available

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The Asia Pacific Career Development Association (APCDA), which provides an international forum for sharing career development ideas and experience in the Asia Pacific, has partnered with the International Association for Educational and Vocational Guidance (IAEVG) which provides global leadership in and advocates for guidance by promoting ethical, socially just, and best practices throughout the world so that career, educational and vocational guidance and counselling is available to all citizens from competent and qualified practitioners. Together, we will offer a double-conference which includes the best from APCDA and IAEVG, virtually. 

With it’s 70-year history, IAEVG has long focused on the imperative that accessible and inclusive career, educational and vocational guidance services be provided throughout the life span, life-long and life-wide. Join us online or in-person to share and discover research and experience and recharge your intellectual and emotional batteries. Together, through professional and scientific exchanges, we can rise as a community of practice to meet the global challenges of contemporary society.

Conference Sponsors:

Click here for a Sponsorship Flyer. Contact APCDA.Conf2022@AsiaPacificCDA.org for more information.

Keynote Speakers:

Professionalizing Career Services Delivery in Singapore and a Data-Driven Approach to Service Design

Ms Lynn Ng, Group Director, Careers Connect Group, Workforce Singapore


Thinking Like an Employer to Help Your Clients Succeed

Elisabeth Sanders-Park, Author, Thought Leader, Speaker, Trainer, and President of WorkNet Solutions


Lifelong Guidance in the Heart of Lifelong Learning

Dr. Raimo Vuorinen, Project Manager, Finnish Institute for Educational Research (FIER), University of Jyväskylä


Nurturing an Ecosystem for Lifelong Career Development

Riz Ibrahim, Executive Director of CERIC, a Canadian charitable organization that advances education and research in career counselling and career development


Challenges of Managing Work and Family Roles in Time of COVID Pandemic and Rapid Technology Changes

Prof. Rachel Gali Cinamon, Counseling Department, School of Education, Tel Aviv University, Israel



Schedule

May 16-20: 6 Presentations times each day, 4 Simultaneous tracks

Mon May 16 9:30 – 6 pm Opening Ceremony, breakout sessions and other activities
Wed May 18 9 am – 6 pm Breakout sessions and other activities
Fri May 20 9 am – 6 pm Breakout sessions and other activities


May 24-27: 1 Track, with everyone attending the same sessions

Tues May 24: Optional Day 10 am - 1 pm Optional Extra: PDI 411: Guiding Principles of Career Development: Career Work in Action

2 – 5 pm Virtual Tours of local career services
Wed May 25 10 am – 1pm Keynotes by Lynn Ng and Elisabeth Sanders-Park plus APCDA Awards Ceremony

2 – 5 pm Keynote by Raimo Vuorenin, IAEVG Awards Assembly, and Symposium by Prof. Nancy Arthur, Prof. Gabriela Aisenson, Prof. Judith Semeijn, Dr. Hsiu-Lan Shelley Tien, Dr. Teresa Maria Sgaramella, and Prof Joanne Earl

5:00 – 6:00 pm Cultural Gala
Thu May 26 10 am – 1pm Keynote by Riz Ibrahim and Symposium by Dr. Norm Amundson, Ms. Andrea Fruhling, Dr. Spencer Niles, and Ms. Jennifer Niles

2 – 5 pm Keynote by Rachel Cinamon and Symposium by Gudbjörg Vilhjálmsdóttir, David Carney, Ilze Jansone, Dr. Rodolfo Ambiel, Dr. Sachin Kumar, Dr. Teresa Maria Sgaramella, and Dr. Hsiu-Lan Shelley Tien
Fri May 27: Optional day 10 am – 1pm Optional Extra: PDI 711: 5 Keys to Helping People Start Careers


Virtual Conference Registration

Prices are shown in USD Through May 15
Professional Member (APCDA, IAEVG, JCDA, MCDA, NCDA (US), PACDA, PCDA (Singapore)) $240
Professional Non-Member $260
Student/Retired Member or Presenter $190
Student/Retired Non-Member $210
One-day Registration $80
One-week Registration $150
Vendor Table or Virtual Booth $400
Optional Professional Development Institute (each) $100
Optional Tour of a Enabling Village $30

Any level of full registration will have access to the recorded sessions for 3 months post-conference.  Access to recorded sessions will be limited for those choosing the one-day or one-week options.

Group Discounts for Conference Registration

Number in group

Discount

3 – 9

5%

10 – 19

10%

20 - 49

15%

50 or more

20%


Optional Extras:

  • Professional Development Institutes (PDI)
    • May 24, 10am - 1pm: Guiding Principles of Career Development: Career Work in Action by Riz Ibrahim
      This immersive and interactive session will put you in touch with first principles as we explore the Guiding Principles of Career Development developed by CERIC. This session will consider each of the eight Guiding Principles that define career development today. We will examine how each applies to your practice now and what each means within the context of an increasingly dynamic global labour market and the fluid nature of “career.”
    • May 27, 10am - 1pm: 5 Keys to Helping People Start Careers by Elisabeth Sanders-Park
      Most people can get a job without much help from us. Right now, the world's employers are begging for talent so even people with barriers can get hired... but is it enough?! Everyone deserves to do work that makes sense for them. This interactive session led by Elisabeth Sanders-Park (master virtual trainer and author of 'No One Is Unemployable' and 'The 6 Reasons You'll Get the Job.') will build your competence and confidence as you help people start careers that work for them.
  • Interactive Virtual Tour of Enabling Village
    Enabling Village is a community space where people with different abilities can move independently, where they can feel accepted for who they are, and be valued for their contributions. Enabling Village is an inclusive space that represents a fresh approach to social businesses and community building. Learn about assistive technologies, social inclusivity and empowerment of people with disabilities through employment. Be inspired to deepen your human touch. Find out what you can do to create a more inclusive society, through a tour of this special village in Singapore.

CEU Clock Hours Available: All presentations at this 2-week conference will be recorded, so you may earn CE Hours by either attending a session or listening to a recorded session. You may earn up to 40 CE Clock Hours.

Refund policy: Registrations that are canceled at least 4 days prior to the event can be refunded.  After that time, there are no refunds. Note: there are no added fees for switching from In-person to Virtual, or reverse.


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