The Canadian Standards & Guidelines for Career Development Practitioners (S & Gs)
Core Competency Area: C1 Professional Behaviour
To practice effectively as a Career Development Practitioner, you must have this Core Competency.
Core Competencies are the skills, knowledge and attitudes common to all career development practitioners, regardless of their employment setting.
Click on the links in the table to learn more about each competency.
|C1 Professional Behaviour||C1.1 Adhere to the Code of Ethics and the Ethical Decision-Making Model||C1.1.1 Follow the Code of Ethics and apply the Ethical Decision-Making Model|
|C1 Professional Behaviour||C1.1 Adhere to the Code of Ethics and the Ethical Decision-Making Model||C1.1.2 Demonstrate professional attributes|
|C1 Professional Behaviour||C1.2 Demonstrate a Commitment to Professional Development||C1.2.1 Develop relationships with other professionals|
|C1 Professional Behaviour||C1.2 Demonstrate a Commitment to Professional Development||C1.2.2 Demonstrate a commitment to lifelong learning|
|C1 Professional Behaviour||C1.2 Demonstrate a Commitment to Professional Development||C1.2.3 Keep up-to-date with technology|
|C1 Professional Behaviour||C1.3 Deliver Career Development Services||C1.3.1 Apply a solution-focused framework|
|C1 Professional Behaviour||C1.3 Deliver Career Development Services||C1.3.2 Collect, analyze and use information|
|C1 Professional Behaviour||C1.4 Manage Work||C1.4.1 Use planning and time management skills|
|C1 Professional Behaviour||C1.4 Manage Work||C1.4.2 Follow case and project management procedures|
|C1 Professional Behaviour||C1.4 Manage Work||C1.4.3 Document client’s interactions and progress|
|C1 Professional Behaviour||C1.4 Manage Work||C1.4.4 Evaluate the service provided to clients|