Join us this year at the CDC 2019 to expand your network and equip yourself with the most current information and innovative tools to advance your career.

Career Development Conference 2019 is scheduled to take place on May 23 and May 24, 2019 at SFU Harbour Centre.

BC Career Development Conference has been a highly successful event generously filled with quality content as presented by top careerists from Canada, the United States, and other parts of the world.

This is BC’s largest annual event devoted to the career development, management field and it will give participants the space to exchange ideas, discover new opportunities, reacquaint with colleagues, meet new friends, and broaden their knowledge.

TICKET OPTIONS

We have variety of tickets options depending on whether you want to puchase a whole conference ticket, or are able to come to just one day. The best value option are budles of five tickets which offer a maximum discount of 30% per ticket. 

(Need 5 or more tickets? Skip the online registration!! Call us @604-684-3638 or write to us - admin@bccda.org)

INDIVIDUAL REGISTRATION:

All Early Bird Registrations will be open until April 23rd, 2019. 

Full two-day conference tickets

  • Early Bird - Non Member - $ 490
  • Early Bird - Member or Member Agency Representatives - 20% discount - $392
  • Regular - Non Member - $ 540
  • Regular - Member or Member Agency Representatives- 20% discount - $432

DAY ONE - May 23rd, 2019 REGISTRATION

  • Early Bird - Non Member - $340
  • Early Bird - Member or Member Agency Representatives - 20% discount - $272
  • Regular - Non Member - $380
  • Regular - Member or Member Agency Representatives - 20% discount - $304

DAY TWO - May 24th, 2019

  • Early Bird - Non Member - $240
  • Early Bird - Member or Member Agency Representatives - 20% discount - $192
  • Regular - Non Member - $270
  • Regular - Member or Member Agency Representatives - 20% discount - $216

BUNDLE OF THREE TICKETS REGISTRATION - FULL CONFERENCE

  • Early Bird - Non Member - 15% discount - $1218
  • Early Bird - Member or Member Agency Representatives - 25% discount - $1102.50
  • Regular - Non Member - 15% discount - $1377 
  • Regular - Member or Member Agency Representatives - 25% discount- $1250

BUNDLE OF THREE - DAY ONE - May 23rd, 2019 REGISTRATION

  • Early Bird - Non Member - 15% discount - $855
  • Early Bird - Member or Member Agency Representatives -  25% discount - $765
  • Regular - Non Member - 15% discount -  969
  • Regular - Member or Member Agency Representatives - 25% discount - $867

BUNDLE OF THREE - DAY TWO - May 24th, 2019

  • Early Bird - Non Member - 15% discount - $ 612
  • Early Bird - Member or Member Agency Representatives -  25% discount - $ 540
  • Regular - Non Member -15% discount - $ 688.50
  • Regular - Member or Member Agency Representatives -  25% discount - $ 616.50

BUNDLE OF FIVE TICKETS REGISTRATION - FULL CONFERENCE

  • Early Bird - Non Member - 20% discount - $1960
  • Early Bird - Member or Member Agency Representatives - 30% discount - $1715
  • Regular - Non Member - 20% discount - $ 2160
  • Regular - Member or Member Agency Representatives - 30% discount - $1890

BUNDLE OF FIVE - DAY ONE - May 23rd, 2019 REGISTRATION

  • Early Bird - Non Member - 20% discount - $1360
  • Early Bird - Member or Member Agency Representatives - 30% discount - $1190
  • Regular - Non Member - 20% discount - $1520
  • Regular - Member or Member Agency Representatives - 30% discount - $1330

BUNDLE OF FIVE - ​DAY TWO - May 24th, 2019

  • Early Bird - Non Member - 20% discount - $ 960
  • Early Bird - Member or Member Agency Representatives - 30% discount - $840
  • Regular - Non Member - 20% discount - $1080
  • Regular - Member or Member Agency Representatives - 30% discount - $945

CAREER DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE 2019 - REGISTRATION

Register Now

  • May 23 - 24, 2019
  • 515 West Hastings Street
    Vancouver, British Columbia
    Canada
    V6B 5K3

Event Workshops

DAY ONE - MORNING SESSION - Self Care Boot Camp - CLIFF THORBES

May 23, 2019  10:30 - 12:00
Fee: $0.00
Seats Remaining:29

DAY ONE - MORNING SESSION - WORKSHOP 1

"Self Care Boot Camp" - CLIFF THORBES

ROOM # 1400

About the workshop:

  • Self-care is not just the latest buzzword. It’s essential for anyone who works in a helping profession. You can’t pour from an empty cup so making sure your own cup is filled first just makes logical sense. Join me for an interactive but gentle approach to boot camp training. In the 60 minutes we spend together we’ll define "self-care", the different ways helpers can be affected and practice a variety of easy strategies to help keep your "self-care" cup filled.

About the presenter:

  • Cliff Thorbes is a Mental Health Instructor, CCDP, Therapeutic Horticulturist, NCCP Coach and Artist. His training is diverse including Critical Incident Stress Management, Mindfulness, Thought Field Therapy, Reflexology, Horticultural and Art Therapy. His career mission is to help others discover and achieve their own potential. www.cliffthorbes.com

DAY TWO - MORNING SESSION - WORKSHOP 1 - Extending Promising Practices: Updating The FIMES Inventory Project - SUZANNE KLINGA

May 24, 2019  10:30 - 12:00
Fee: $0.00
Seats Remaining:36

DAY TWO - MORNING SESSION - WORKSHOP 1

 "Extending Promising Practices: Updating the FIMES Inventory Project" - SUZANNE KLINGA

ROOM # 1400

About the workshop:

  • This session focuses on the updating of the First Nations, Inuit, Métis Essential Skills (FIMES) Inventory Project (www.fimesip.ca ). We will report on the inventory of innovative First Nations, Inuit and Métis Essential Skills Initiatives across Canada and highlight the 12 Markers of Promising Practices. During the session we will share a self-assessment tool based on the 12 Markers that can be used to develop and strengthen FIMES programming.

About the presenter:

  • Suzanne Klinga has over 30 years’ experience as s a career development practitioner and is a Project Manager with the Canadian Career Development Foundation. Her expertise includes facilitation, research, program design and essential skills profiling. Most recently she has focused on the development and delivery of competency-based professional development training programs for First Nations and Inuit Career Development Practitioners throughout Canada.