Brian Lambier Career Vitality Services Inc. Creating a smooth transition from career to your retirement lifestyle may often lead to unexpected challenges, and feelings of uncertainty . I recently had the pleasure of speaking with journalist Karen Durrie for her Postmedia article. The key to a successful transition to retirement is to plan ahead | Calgary Herald Happy reading! For more information about our retirement transition services https://careervitality.ca/retirement-transition-calgary/
Course Description The reality of getting up each morning and not going to work is both a joy and a concern for many people considering retirement. In this short course we will discuss self-identity in retirement, retirement transition readiness, as well as what you will do in retirement once you transition from your pre-retirement career. You will leave with an informed personal action plan that will get you started on your retirement lifestyle journey. Course Details By completion of the course, successful students will be able to: Broaden your appreciation of your pre-retirement selfidentityDefine roadblocks and key determinants necessary for…
Professional Roles and Ethics for Career Practitioners Dates: February 12 – March 12, 2019 Course Description: The primary focus of this course is to broaden the awareness of the types and functions of career services being offered by Settlement Agencies, as well as the roles, knowledge, skills, and competencies of Career Practitioners working in the settlement sector.
Professional Roles and Ethics for Settlement Practitioners Dates: March 19- April 16, 2019 Course Description: The primary focus of this course is to broaden the understanding of the functions of Service Provider Organizations (SPOs) and the relationship between functions of SPOs and the functions of general community service providers. Also, the participants will explore the roles and responsibilities of settlement practitioners and examine guiding ethical principles for Settlement Practitioner practice and consider their applicability to settlement work.