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Career Professionals of Canada is the national association for career practitioners.
We are a member-run, volunteer-driven social enterprise.
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Career Professionals of Canada is a uniquely Canadian not-for-profit association. We are the leading member-run, volunteer-driven social enterprise in Canada. Our members support clients in all provinces and territories, from coast to coast to coast. CPC members:

  • Help people successfully navigate work, learning, and life transitions.
  • Are coaches, counsellors, educators, consultants, assistants, coordinators, specialists, writers, administrators, managers, and executives.
  • Work in universities and colleges, government organizations, non-profit services, and private sector businesses.
  • Guide clients in career development, work-life coaching, interview coaching, employment consulting, and résumé writing.

If you strive to help people through their career journey, we invite you to join us. We are an inclusive national association for aspiring and expert career professionals. No matter what experience or education you hold, you have a home with us. Join us now:

By joining Career Professionals of Canada you are making an investment in your personal and professional development. You'll increase your connections, enhance your expertise, and raise your visibility. We'll help you gain contacts, credibility, and credentials in our profession.

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10 Ideas for Getting Free Professional Development

Whether you want to excel at work, prepare for a career transition, keep your mind sharp, or simply satisfy your curiosity, you’ll need to learn new skills to reach your goals. Learning new skills can open a range of possibilities by making you adaptable, current, and relevant. The good news is that…

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Marketing Your Career Service

In 2020 I made the career transition from corporate recruitment to independent career service provider. I had been a recruiter for 15 years and decided it was time to make a move. At the time, all my social media and online presence was entirely centred around being a recruiter. Having a…

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Members Matter! Meet Isabeau Iqbal

Dr. Isabeau Iqbal is a career coach who works with ambitious perfectionists ready to move forward in their career. She helps people take action, make decisions, reduce overwhelm, and overcome procrastination so they can feel a deep sense of fulfillment at work and in their career. As a Gallup-certified CliftonStrengths Coach,…

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Case Management: Why Note-Taking Matters

Note-taking in career development? Yes! As career practitioners, we love working with our clients one-on-one, but many of us dread the administrative and reporting part of the work. Yet, note-taking is a vital skill for all career pros to master. Read on to learn how successful management of our clients’…

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Legal and Ethical Implications of Case Management in Career Development

The practice of case management is a professional and collaborative process that assesses, plans, implements, and evaluates services required to meet a client’s career development needs and goals. As a career professional, you play an active role in meeting the diverse and complex needs of your clients. Whether you are…

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CPC: Canada’s National Career Association—A Valuable Community of Practice

On July 1, 2022, Career Professionals of Canada (CPC) incorporated as a national not-for-profit associationdedicated to the advancement of the career development sector in our country. This step forward in CPC’s evolution ensures the longevity of an organization that—since 2004—has been the community of practice for career development professionals serving…

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