2013 National Conference
The 22nd annual conference of the Career Development Association of Australia (CDAA) was held at Sheraton on the Park, Sydney, NSW 23-24 May 2013.
For more Conference information, please refer to the Conference website.
The 2013 Conference has been a great success and we would like to thank all delegates, speakers, presenters and sponsors for their attendance.
A big thank-you also to all organisers, who made this great event possible once more.
We hope you found the sessions insightful and thought-provoking. Presentations will be uploaded to the website in coming weeks for your reference.
We hope to be able to welcome you in Adelaide for the Association's 25th anniversary next year! Dates and a venue for the 2014 conference will be announced soon, and we will inform members and supporters as soon as this happens.
E-Career Services Symposium presentations:
Opening session - View
Tannis Goddard breakout session - View
Dr Deirdre Hughes and Professor Jenny Brimrose breakout session - View
Jaana Kettunen breakout session - View
Keynote address - The Hon Peter Garrett MP - View
Career Development: Resilience in chaotic times, Professor Robert Pryor - View
Research perspective of Career Development Greenpaper, Professor Martin Westwell - View
European lifelong policy and employability skill - Dr Raimo Vuorinen - View
Conference workshop presentations (in alphabetical order):
365 days of social media - and tertiary education promotion, Christine Scott, ANU (Silver Sponsor) - View (PDF)
A whole of school approach to developing student career management competencies, Ms Robyn Bailey, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand - View (PDF)
Best career education and guidance practices in uncertain times, Dr Lynette Reid and Dr Dale Furbish, AUT University, New Zealand - View (PDF)
Career management skills (Cms) as an explicit competence area in lifelong learning - implications to lifelong guidance practice and policy development, Dr Raimo Vuorinen, Coordinator, European Lifelong Guidance Policy Network, Finland - View (PDF)
Fostering aspiration in low socio economic and indigenous communities to assist with meeting their career development in uncertain times - Mr Barry Ryan and Mr Alan Mcalpine, Queensland University of Technology - View (PDF)
How are universities modifying their career service delivery models to assist students with disabilities, Mark Glascodine, Bravo Consulting, Victoria - View (PDF)
Results from the Career practitioner survey, Dr James Athanasou, University of Technology, Sydney, and Dr Mary McMahon, Career Industry Council of Australia - View (PDF)
Some things are certain, Dr Brendan Goodger, Community Services and Health Industry Skills Council (Corporate Sponsor) - View (PDF)
Work inspiration: Creating career conversations between employers and young people, Julie Bell, The Smith Family and Ian Palmer, School Industry Partnerships - View (PDF)