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Careers Coaching Online Course

Why Study this Careers Coaching Course?

If you are planning to be a career coach, of if you are interested in career counselling, this course was made for you! This online careers coaching course will help you understand the different stages of career development and the fundamentals needed for career planning and pathways. Such as working with diverse audiences, identifying different goals of your clients, identifying the challenges they may face on their career, what to avoid in career counselling and how to conduct an interview effectively.

 

Careers Coaching Online Course

Starting or changing a career can be quite a challenge. Without help, a person can easily become discouraged or overwhelmed. If you want to help others (or yourself) make sound career decisions and set realistic career goals, this course will set you on that path.  Career Counselling is also a valuable addition to your teaching, counselling, management, life-coaching, or community services qualification. It can improve parents’ ability to help their children choose suitable career paths, or student’s ability to plan their own career or career change.

Course Aims

  • Understanding the fundamental goals and aims of career counselors.
  • Identifying the key stages of career development.
  • Be able to recommend suitable careers pathways for diverse audiences.
  • Identify common career challenges facing those in and out of the workforce.
  • Be able to conduct a career counselling interview.
  • Preparing and delivering career development plans.
  • Understanding professional challenges facing career counselors.
  • Recognizing challenges and strategies to maintain quality in careers counselling.

What does this course cover?

There are 10 Lessons in this course:

Introduction to Career Counselling
  • What is Career Counselling?
  • Who do Career Planners Help?
  • Foundational Career Planning Skills and Knowledge
  • Key Tasks of a Career Counselor
The Stages of Career Development
  • The Career Change Cycle: From Needs to Results
  • Where do Career Planners Work?
  • The Career Counselling Process
  • Benefits of Career Planning
  • Career Counselling Theories
Identifying Client's Career Goals
  • Benefits of Identifying Career Goals
  • Maintaining and Tracking Goals
  • Working with Individual Organizations
  • Career Change is Common
  • Common Career Counselling Activities that can Help
Career Pathways
  • Helping Clients Find the Right Career
  • Identifying Career Interests
  • Aligning Strengths with Careers
  • Tools to Identify Career Pathways
  • Tools and Techniques
  • Interviews
  • Questionnaires
  • Observation
  • RIASEC Model
  • Diagnostic Tools
  • The Benefits of Creating a Career Pathway
Working with Diverse Audiences
  • Understanding Diversity
  • Career Counselling Models for Diverse Audiences
  • Career Counselling Competence for Multicultural Audiences
  • Network
  • Fouad and Bingham’s Career Counselling Models
Identifying Career Challenges
  • Common Career Challenges
  • Working with the Unemployed
  • Building Resilience
Career Counselling Interviews
  • Interviews
  • The Aim of Interviews
  • Conducting Interviews
  • Foundations of Setting Up an Interview
  • The Structure of an Interview
Creating Career Development Plans
  • The Career Development Plan
  • Steps in Developing a Career Plan
  • Steps in the Developing a Career Plan
  • Your Client’s Involvement and Preparation
  • Career Development Plans within the Organization
  • Carrying out the Plan
  • Things to Avoid in Career Development Planning
Traps to Avoid in Careers Counselling
  • Professional Boundaries: Mentoring vs Counselling vs Coaching
  • Types of Challenges
  • Moral Challenges and Ethical Dilemmas in Career Counselling
  • Handling Ethical Issues in Career Counselling
  • Standardization
  • Develop Rules
  • Resolution of the Traps in Career Counselling
Quality in Career Counselling Services
  • Defining Quality
  • Quality is a Continuous Process
  • Quality and Career Development Effectiveness
  • Good Practice For New and Experienced Career Counselors

Enrol Now

  • Experienced Tutor support
  • Certificate sent to you
  • Online study (Printed notes available)
  • Self paced - no set timetable
  • 12 months to complete course

From: $25.00 / week for 26 weeks

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    Why Study this Careers Coaching Course?

    If you are planning to be a career coach, of if you are interested in career counselling, this course was made for you! This online careers coaching course will help you understand the different stages of career development and the fundamentals needed for career planning and pathways. Such as working with diverse audiences, identifying different goals of your clients, identifying the challenges they may face on their career, what to avoid in career counselling and how to conduct an interview effectively.

     

    Careers Coaching Online Course

    Starting or changing a career can be quite a challenge. Without help, a person can easily become discouraged or overwhelmed. If you want to help others (or yourself) make sound career decisions and set realistic career goals, this course will set you on that path.  Career Counselling is also a valuable addition to your teaching, counselling, management, life-coaching, or community services qualification. It can improve parents’ ability to help their children choose suitable career paths, or student’s ability to plan their own career or career change.

    Course Aims

    • Understanding the fundamental goals and aims of career counselors.
    • Identifying the key stages of career development.
    • Be able to recommend suitable careers pathways for diverse audiences.
    • Identify common career challenges facing those in and out of the workforce.
    • Be able to conduct a career counselling interview.
    • Preparing and delivering career development plans.
    • Understanding professional challenges facing career counselors.
    • Recognizing challenges and strategies to maintain quality in careers counselling.

    What does this course cover?

    There are 10 Lessons in this course:

    Introduction to Career Counselling
    • What is Career Counselling?
    • Who do Career Planners Help?
    • Foundational Career Planning Skills and Knowledge
    • Key Tasks of a Career Counselor
    The Stages of Career Development
    • The Career Change Cycle: From Needs to Results
    • Where do Career Planners Work?
    • The Career Counselling Process
    • Benefits of Career Planning
    • Career Counselling Theories
    Identifying Client's Career Goals
    • Benefits of Identifying Career Goals
    • Maintaining and Tracking Goals
    • Working with Individual Organizations
    • Career Change is Common
    • Common Career Counselling Activities that can Help
    Career Pathways
    • Helping Clients Find the Right Career
    • Identifying Career Interests
    • Aligning Strengths with Careers
    • Tools to Identify Career Pathways
    • Tools and Techniques
    • Interviews
    • Questionnaires
    • Observation
    • RIASEC Model
    • Diagnostic Tools
    • The Benefits of Creating a Career Pathway
    Working with Diverse Audiences
    • Understanding Diversity
    • Career Counselling Models for Diverse Audiences
    • Career Counselling Competence for Multicultural Audiences
    • Network
    • Fouad and Bingham’s Career Counselling Models
    Identifying Career Challenges
    • Common Career Challenges
    • Working with the Unemployed
    • Building Resilience
    Career Counselling Interviews
    • Interviews
    • The Aim of Interviews
    • Conducting Interviews
    • Foundations of Setting Up an Interview
    • The Structure of an Interview
    Creating Career Development Plans
    • The Career Development Plan
    • Steps in Developing a Career Plan
    • Steps in the Developing a Career Plan
    • Your Client’s Involvement and Preparation
    • Career Development Plans within the Organization
    • Carrying out the Plan
    • Things to Avoid in Career Development Planning
    Traps to Avoid in Careers Counselling
    • Professional Boundaries: Mentoring vs Counselling vs Coaching
    • Types of Challenges
    • Moral Challenges and Ethical Dilemmas in Career Counselling
    • Handling Ethical Issues in Career Counselling
    • Standardization
    • Develop Rules
    • Resolution of the Traps in Career Counselling
    Quality in Career Counselling Services
    • Defining Quality
    • Quality is a Continuous Process
    • Quality and Career Development Effectiveness
    • Good Practice For New and Experienced Career Counselors

    Send me free info pack

      Enrol Now

      • Experienced Tutor support
      • Certificate sent to you
      • Online study (Printed notes available)
      • Self paced - no set timetable
      • 12 months to complete course

      From: $25.00 / week for 26 weeks

      Clear

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