Looking for Career Advice?

CDAA members can help you manage your career, make occupational and study decisions and plan career transitions in a wide variety of ways, including career coaching, professional resume preparation, retirement planning and much more.

All members are in business, they charge a fee for the services they provide. You are encouraged to contact 2-3 members and discuss your needs to make an informed decision about who could help you best.

What should I ask a Career Practitioner about?

  • Their experience, training and qualifications
  • Their specialised skills and knowledge
  • What types of services they can offer you and how they work
  • Can you meet them first to discuss your issues?
  • Do they belong to a professional association and if so which one?
  • Cost and length of sessions?
  • What tools do they use?
  • You may also want to ask for a written quote and their terms of business.

Please note: If you are looking for career advice, please use the search function below rather than calling CDAA National Office. The team at National Office provide administrative support to CDAA members and are not qualified to provide career advice.

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