The NSCDA is excited to introduce Nova Scotian Career Development Practitioners to its new Voluntary Certification Project, and to provide an orientation to the certification process. This session will provide an overview of the project's history, explain the benefits of becoming a Certified Career Development Practitioner, outline the requirements for certification, and provide a detailed explanation of the certification process. This is your chance to explore becoming a Certified Career Development Practitioner, and to have all your questions answered about this new and exciting opportunity.
Paula Romanow is the Project Co-ordinator / Registrar with the NSCDA's Voluntary Certification Project. She holds an MAEd in Adult Education, a PhD in Communication and has over 15 years' experience working in community development, and not-for-profit governance.