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Career Counselling for the New World of Work

In the Career counselling for the new world of work course we provide a brief overview of the role of career counselling theories throughout the 20th century.

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In this online course, we will provide a brief overview of the role of career counselling theories throughout the 20th century. We then discuss the influence 4IR has on people's careers and suggest the use of new theories appropriate to the world we live in now. Finally, we offer a practical example of a narrative instrument, the Career Interest Profile (CIP), developed by Prof. Kobus Maree, which can be used to help clients narrate their career stories and choose ‘appropriate’ careers. This practical demonstration includes a focus on the initial interview and administration of the CIP, as well as the initial, follow-up, and sessions with two clients.

PROGRAMME OUTLINE

MODULE 1: Career counselling for the new world of work

MODULE 2: A guide to reflective career counselling

  • Introduction

  • Administration

  • Interview 1 Session 1

  • Interview 1 Session 2

  • Interview 2 Session 1

  • Interview 2 Session 2

  • Learning points

This programme is valid for 1 month and you will need to complete the full programme within a month of receiving the access link.

Course Details

Duration: 4 hours

Presented by: JVR Academy Team

Materials included:

  • Access to the eLearning course
  • Certificate of Completion
  • 6 CPD points
  • Manual in electronic format

Prerequisites: None

Price (South Africa): R723.00

Price (Other countries): US $ 35.00

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Online courses or programmes are intended to broaden the knowledge of psychology professionals but do not constitute a formal qualification. The completion of any course or programme does not license any person to practice outside their official scope of practice. Professionals should be registered with the HPCSA to perform any psychological act.

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