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Up until now, my case coordination was based on my own experiences and my preferred activities for a client’s job search. I favoured the assessments as I had personal experience with them and felt they were quite useful. Now I realize so many variables were never taken into account and this was not fair to the clients. I think one of the main impacts [the Theories and Ethics courses] will have on me is to move toward a much more objective approach with an improved focus on inclusivity.
To be honest, I cannot truly find the words to define the impact this course has had on my work as a career practitioner because I am feeling so elated just knowing I have all this information and [I look forward] to continuing to learn, better understand and practice this knowledge with clients.
~ Barb Litwin, Theories and Ethics student
Thank you again, Roberta, for the true pleasure of learning. You have a lovely style of teaching and facilitating. I'm grateful for this course and the opportunities to apply it while in class. Now at work I'll have some great ways to offer guidance that will increase my confidence.
~ Christine Boyd, Nelson BC, Career Management Counselor. Kootenay Career Development Society, Stress Management and Meditation Facilitator
Taking this course has definitely reinforced for me why I think that all people working as career development practitioners should take a course on ethics, especially one specific to our field. Ethical practice is fundamental to our work. I feel that my learning objectives were met fully and if I could do one thing differently it would be to have taken this course earlier.
CM - Ethics Student
Having worked as a career facilitator for Douglas College for five years work collaboration with case managers has been a constant factor; hence my understanding of case management is of solid nature but not particularly deep. As such, I decided to take the case manager certification to enhance my understanding. I had no idea what to expect from the course and quietly questioned whether it would be worth the while or provide me with any new knowledge. Two days into the course I had my answers – yes this course exceeded my expectations and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Course outlines, Course material, Learning Objectives, as well as Feed Back from participants and instructors, were very useful and relevant. I recommend this course to anyone who values continuous learning.
~ Denise Ayi-Bonte, Case Manager Student
The Case Manager course is a cutting edge, integrative, inspiring approach to Case Management . . . offering practical and motivational content to help you gain the courage to take charge of your case loads. I strongly recommend the course to anyone seeking a new approach to Case Management.
~ Emmanuel Shamatutu, CCDP, Senior Career Consultant Career Builder Plus David lam Campus
I was initially reluctant to sign up for an on-line course as I prefer a face-to-face interaction in class. I was pleasantly surprised how participation in various topic-focused forums gave me a feeling of connection with other virtual classmates and that I could tap onto wisdom and knowledge of others just as if I would have done it in class. The website was very easy to navigate and all the necessary information and materials were easily accessible. The topics were related to my current job and many times after forums or assignments I was more inspired and motivated to do more and be a better Job Developer!
The Life Strategies team members were effective and provided me with feedback and information on a very timely and efficient manner.
I will definitely recommend you to other Job Developers who didn't have a chance to experience your well-designed course.
~ Gulnara Aituarova, Job Developer, ISSofBC Skills Connect Program
Taking courses through Life Strategies has been such an invaluable experience; the instructors are fantastic, the course content excellent and on-line learning environment allows isolated communities to keep up-to date and take courses. There are so many courses that I still want to take so I this is definitely not the end.
~ Janice Adams, CCDP, B.ED., Career Practitioner/Manager of Fort Nelson Employment Services, CMPP Student
I sure enjoyed participating in this Job Club Coach training program. I have learned so much new information which I am going to implement with clients that come through our doors along with sharing with my coworkers. I have learned a lot more on how to produce marketing resumes to pass the elimination factors. I also was so glad to learn about resume “Headlines” as an awesome tool to put onto a resume… I sure enjoyed the adult facilitation component and I’m going to put some of my new knowledge into my upcoming computer training… I didn’t think there were so many steps for interviews. I am going to reread my material in leisure to sponge all the great information that was provided.
~ Jocelyn Isnardy, Williams Lake Employment Services, Resource Centre Coordinator
As I expected, this was another awesome course! I enjoyed learning about the Let’s CHAT! model and can see its application in my current and future work.
~ Karen Cross, BSW, RRP, Employment Consultant, Nanaimo, BC
Your feedback is much appreciated. A related course I recently completed didn’t provide feedback on assignments other than whether or not we had passed, so now I'm doubly aware of how great the Life Strategies courses are!
~ Maggie Rogers, CMPP Student