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Supporting Your Teens In Their Career Decisions


Tue 13 Sep 2016, 7:30pm–8:30pm

Where: Devonport Community House, 32 Clarence Street, Devonport, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

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The Career Clinic is presenting a 1-hour session at Devonport Community House to help equip parents with the skills to support their teens in their career decisions.

The presentation will cover:
- Understanding career development within a contemporary context
- Making career decisions in this day and age and the stages of career thinking for the young adult
- How to make well-informed career decisions – whatever your age or stage in life
- Effective roles for parents or caregivers so teens are well supported
- The consequences of poor career decision-making
- Resources and support &the opportunity to ask questions

Presenter: Caroline Sandford - Director & Career Specialist, The Career Clinic.

Caroline has been a local resident of Devonport for nearly 20 years, bringing up 2 children now in their 20’s. She has been working as a Career Specialist for over 17 years offering individual career support and running organisational and community workshops for a wide variety of clients. She has extensive experience in career counselling and coaching, career transition, outplacement, change management, coaching in job search and interview techniques, and writing CVs. She works with individuals of all ages.

Caroline comes from a Human Resources and Productivity background. Besides working in private practice, Caroline has also worked in several tertiary institutes in Sydney and Auckland, both as a Career Counsellor and as a lecturer. She has also worked extensively for Career and Outplacement organisations. Caroline has contributed to several articles for the NZ Herald on career and work issues.

Qualifications: Masters in Industrial Psychology (Hons.), BA, Grad. Cert Career Development. Professional Member of the Career Development Association of New Zealand. Accredited to Administer the TTI Success Insights range of profiling tools and the Myers Briggs Type Indicator.

About Career Clinic:
The Career Clinic has visited a number of Auckland secondary schools providing advice to parents about How parents can effectively support their teens in their career decisions. Presentations to parents have attracted groups of 80 to 150 participants, and we have received excellent feedback:

“Thank you for your wonderfully informative and interactive session you gave tonight. We all came away with some valuable tools to help our children make positive career choices and the insight to not sweat the small things if the journey is not as straight forward as we would wish, and we look forward to hosting an event with you in the future. Thank you for coming to Parnell College." - Sally Herbert - Friends of Parnell College

"It was a delight to have you present to us last night. The evening was both inspiring and informative. The parents and students went away with some constructive and innovative ideas on how to make great career decisions. Thank you so much for coming - we look forward to you returning in the future." - Jayne Albiston - President, Rangitoto College PT

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