Career & Life Planning: Career Employability Specialist Programme

Career Employability Specialist Programme.

Start Date: Saturday 26th January 2019
Runs on 4 consecutive Saturdays.

Location: Loughrea, County Galway. Venue TBC.

Hours: 9.30am to 4pm.

Cost: €800 for the complete 4 Day Programme Or €300 for 1 individual Day/Module
Refreshments included.

Course Details:

Day 1: Coaching Techniques

  1. Coaching & Mentoring - Methods and Techniques
  2. Interpersonal Skills/Communication
  3. Working with Clients/Assessing Vulnerabilities
  4. Reflective Practice
  5. Scenario based learning

Day 2: Leaving Unemployment

  1. Employability & Employment Supports
  2. Employability Skills - Leaving Unemployment (15 strategies)
  3. Scenario based learning
  4. Reflective Practice

Day 3: Adapt to employment

  1. Adapt to Employment - 10 strategies
  2. Problem Solving Skills & Anger/Conflict Mgt
  3. Quality Assurance & Operational Management
  4. Systems & Reporting
  5. Scenario based learning

Day 4: Creating Demand & Positive outcomes

  1. Creating Demand for the Job Seeker
  2. Promoting & Marketing Your Client
  3. Benefits of hiring an intern
  4. Activation Tracking System
  5. Diagnostic & Assessment Tools/Case Management

Who is this Programme suitable for?

  • Organisations (Public, Private and Not for Profit) who interact with jobseekers
  • Qualified coaches and/or trainers who want to work in the Employability and Activation (Momentum, Jobpath, Solas, ETB) sector
  • Individuals with practical experience, but require a recognised, specialised and focused qualification
  • Those who require a greater knowledge of the employability and activation sectors
  • HR professionals / Recruitment consultants / Trainers and Tutors
  • Individuals interested in working with jobseekers.

Programme Objectives

  • Focus on the jobseekers personal development, confidence building and practical strategies for gaining employment
  • Equip the learner with specific skills and techniques to work effectively with jobseekers
  • Employ the creative and innovative “5 Steps to Success” Methodology
  • Build positive relationships with unemployed and vulnerable clients
  • Understand the workings of the employability sector and identify sources of supports available
  • Apply core coaching principles and practices
  • Explain the importance of compliance, legislation, ethical conduct, quality assurance and case management.

Benefits of The Programme

  • Endorsed by the Institute of Employability Professionals
  • Specialist programme for those working in the employability sector
  • Access to learning resources, development tools, articles, publications & courses
  • Implement the unique and proven “5 Steps to Success” methodology
  • Networking with like minded individuals
  • Credible programme with employers and job seekers.

About Career & Life Planning

Career & Life Planning is a professional training & coaching company founded and managed by Joe Delaney. Joe is a qualified coach and former Recruitment Director with BDO. The company provides management, leadership and personal development programs for different groups and individuals within the labour force.

About The IEP

The Institute of Employability Professionals (IEP) is the only professional membership institute for the employability profession in the UK and Ireland. It represents its members to key influencers and sets the standards for the profession.

IEP Endorsement is a recognition of quality for any short course, programme or other training opportunity that will help employability professionals improve their performance. Meeting the criteria demonstrate that the organisation adheres to professional training standards, and that programmes are well designed and delivered.

Our Career Employability Specialist programme is the first programme of its kind in Ireland to be endorsed by The IEP.

Contact Career & Life Planning to book a place.

PHONE: (087) 274 5093


Loughrea, Co Galway

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