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Micro-Credential 2 (MC2): Career Development and Mental Health Connections

This is a VIRTUAL course!

MC2: This module addresses the connections between career development processes and interventions, including career education, and mental health outcomes. Coping with stress is reviewed as a common component of virtually all career development intervention efforts. Educators who work with students individually or in classrooms share core interpersonal skills enabling them to develop rapport, establish working alliances, and engage students to take action related to learning, problem-solving, and behaviour/attitude change. All educators solicit student input through questions and prompts, respond to this input with various types of reflections, and structure their interactions to ensure the aims of students and applicable curriculum are met. This module shows how these skills can combine with career development and mental health knowledge to improve career education/intervention and bolster mental health.

The Micro-Credential Series for Career Educators is an initiative aimed at equipping educators with knowledge and skills to support students in their career development process. Developed with the support of the Supporting Canadians to Navigate Learning and Work project sponsored by the Canadian Career Development Foundation (CCDF) and Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC), the series includes 3 micro-credential (MC) courses similar in scope to a 1-credit university course.

Dates: October 16-November 12th, 2023

Each course:$ 500.00

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  • Language: English


Oct 16 2023 - Nov 12 2023


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Thank you for being a part of the online CDPC social learning community. To ensure that all members have the best possible experience, we have a few ground rules that we ask everyone to adhere to. This code of conduct applies equally to every person in the community and is intended to foster an online space that is inclusive, safe, and welcoming to all. 

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There are four group admins who are available to you. Below are their names and their spoken language. 

Heather Powell | Anglophone 

Gabrielle St-Cyr | Francophone/Anglophone 

Florence Desrochers | Francophone/Anglophone

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