Facilitating Career Development

The Facilitating Career Development (FCD) Courses provide a complete set of best practices for facilitating career development in multiple settings and for all ages.  These courses are provided in order to support the implementation of more robust career development programs in all Wyoming schools and to ensure consistency in the delivery of content and best practices in career development. Course completers receive a certificate of completion and are eligible to apply for the Global Career Development Facilitator Credential and certification as a Career Services Provider.  School staff, counselors, administrators, and teachers whose roles will include coordinating career development and exploration programming in their respective schools are encouraged to attend.

Courses will be offered twice annually in a blended format (in-person and online).

Goal: At least one staff member at every Wyoming school (K-12) will have received the course by 2020.

The course content focuses on twelve career-related competencies, developed by a national team of experts and practitioners through the National Career Development Association.

Download our Facilitating Career Development Course Description

Spring 2019 Registration is NOW OPEN!!

In Person Portion: April 5, 2019 (Casper, WY) & June 10-11, 2019 (Casper, WY)
Online Portion: April 6, 2019 – June 9, 2019
UW and PTSB Credit Available

FCD Winter 2018

In Person Portion: October 25-27, 2018 (Casper, WY) & January 6-7, 2019 (Casper, WY)
Online Portion: October 28, 2018 – January 5, 2019
UW and PTSB Credit Available

 

This course provides a complete set of best practices for facilitating
career development in multiple settings and for all ages. Completers
receive a certificate of completion and are eligible to apply for the
Global Career Development Facilitator Credential.

Career Development Resources

The activities below have been created and shared by participants in the past course and are considered open source. They have been organized based on the nine chapters in the course and support the twelve career-related competencies recognized by the NCDA.

  • Elementary Activities
  • Secondary Activities
  • Higher Education Activities