So many people have asked questions about our Professional Development Seminars that we've created this handy outline of the most frequently asked questions and their answers. Please take a minute to read this information and, if you still have any questions, please contact us.
Some of the seminars require additional materials for which there is a minimal fee which will be clearly indicated with the seminar information. Additional copies of the material are available upon request for a minimal fee.
For all workshops, no specific knowledge of the topic is required. However, some seminars require a basic understanding of career development theories in order to maximize the learning experience. As such, these seminars may be best suited for participants with at least some experience in career counseling.
The price for full-day CCC Professional Development Seminars is $155 for members and $185 for non-members. For half-day seminars, the cost is $85 for members and $100 for non-members. Facilitators may also charge a materials fee of approximately $10, which would be in addition to the seminar rate.
Career management professionals such as Career Counselors, Employment Specialists, Case Managers, Job Developers, Human Resources Professionals, Adult Education Counselors and Outplacement Consultants from academia, private practice, community service organizations, for-profit and non-profit organizations and government service. Seminar participants come from a variety of backgrounds and work settings, and have experience levels from recent entries to the field to seasoned veterans.
Except where noted otherwise, all full day seminars start promptly at 9:00 am and will conclude at 4:00 pm. Half-day seminars will also start at 9:00 am and end at 1:00 pm. Time will be allocated for questions and answers at the end of each seminar.
All materials will be provided for each registered participant. Should any additional materials be required, you will be informed prior to the seminar.
All of the seminars are held at Northeastern University on Huntington Avenue in Boston (unless stated otherwise). The applicable hall/room number is indicated with each seminar. Excellent maps and directions can be found at http://www.northeastern.edu/campusmap
CHECKS can be mailed to the following address (updated as of July 13, 2017):
CAREER COUNSELORS’ CONSORTIUM NORTHEAST
PO BOX #170969
BOSTON, MA 02116
Don't forget that seminar size is limited so be sure to register early for the specific seminar you want in order to assure yourself a seat.
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