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Navigating 2040 and Beyond: The Futures of Careers & Career Development Roles

This is a webinar!

Overview of the Webinar:

In recent years, a confluence of global phenomena, including climate change and rapid technological advancements like artificial intelligence, and the 2020 pandemic has dramatically reshaped the world of work. This urgent reassessment of career options highlights the critical role of career development practitioners in navigating the evolving landscape, where traditional notions of work are swiftly being redefined. Understanding and responding to these transformative forces is crucial for practitioners to guide individuals through the challenges and opportunities of the rapidly changing nature of work.

The purpose of this free webinar is to share key findings from the Career Development in 2040 CERIC-funded research project which identifies how the career development sector, advocacy organizations and policymakers need to prepare for 2040 and beyond. This project employed a unique strategic foresight methodology, which started with a rigorous analysis of key trends shaping work and careers in 2040, and translated into a set of scenarios used to uncover how career development services may evolve, and what that means for the role of career developer, and key skills needed to thrive in these futures.

Why Career Practitioners Should Attend:

This session is uniquely designed for career practitioners to understand how future trends impacting work and careers will change the nature of their work, and what they should do to prepare. Participants will learn about 10 megatrends impacting career development, and what this could mean for career-related services and the roles of career development professionals (CDPs) in 2040. During the webinar, participants will have the chance to actively engage and share their reality, thoughts and reflections with our presenters. This session will also share insights into areas of focus in the near term, helping career developers in their ongoing learning and professional development to prepare for the range of futures they might expect.

Key Learning Takeaways:

  • Gain insight into the macro factors redefining the changing workplace and career paths
  • Understand how career development services may evolve in response to these major changes
  • Examine the potential impacts of these changes on the future responsibilities and role of career developers
  • Discuss the skills and competencies CDPs may need by 2040 as a result

Date: Monday, March 4th, 2024

Time: 12:00 pm- 1:00 pm ET

Cost: Free

Use this link to register for this webinar: https://ceric.ca/2024/01/navigating-2040-future-careers-webinar/

  • Language: English

Date

Mar 04 2024

Time

1:00 pm - 1:00 pm

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  • Timezone: America/Vancouver
  • Date: Mar 04 2024
  • Time: 10:00 am - 10:00 am

Cost

Free

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CERIC (Advancing Career Development in Canada)
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