IAEVG/EVGP Certification and CEUonestop.com Continuing Education – A Crosswalk

Crosswalk Between CEUonestop.com Online Courses and
International Association for Educational and Vocational Guidance

The international Association for Educational and Vocational Guidance (IAEVG) established a set of competencies that practitioners across the globe require in order to provide quality educational and vocational guidance services.  Individuals who can show their competency levels and along with education and experience are eligible to receive the Educational and Vocational Guidance Practitioner (EVGP) certification. The certificate is managed by the Center for Credentialing and Education (CCE).

The competencies are in two categories – Core and Specialized. The core competencies reflect the minimum knowledge and skill levels for the certification.  These tend to be pitched at the introductory level.  Applicants who wish to demonstrate competence in the specialized areas need to show extensive training and/or professional experience in one or more of the specialized areas.

The certificate is good for 3 years and renewal requires 30 clock hours of continuing education in at least one of the EVGP competency areas. To learn more about the certification, visit http://www.cce-global.org/Downloads/EVGP/app-en.pdf

Recently a crosswalk between the core and specialized competencies for the EVGP certification versus the CEUonestop.com online courses and webinars was conducted. Persons completing the courses in the core and specialized competency areas receive a certificate indicating that the course was successfully completed. This certificate of completion can be used to verify the required knowledge and skills in the competency. The associated clock hours are based on the specifications outlined by the National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC).

Below is the crosswalk along with more expansive descriptions of the core and specialized competencies. Details on the courses and webinars along with the description, learning objectives, and clock hours can be found at www.CEUonestop.com.

Blue: Online Courses
Green: Webinars (Live and Recorded)

Ethics

Winning Strategies for the Mature Job Seeker
Career Development and Individuals with Disabilities: Understanding Disability First
Selecting the Right Assessment
Incorporating Assessment into Career Conversations
What We Don’t Know My Hurt Someone Else: Ethically Supporting Diverse Clients
How to Identify and Avoid Job Scams in the Job Hunt

Advocacy and Leadership

Winning Strategies for the Mature Job Seeker
Helping Clients Redefine Retirement
Career Development and Individuals with Disabilities: Understanding Disability First
Veterans’ Career Development: Serving Those Who Have Served
10 Ways to Model a Healthy Lifestyle for More Effective Career Services
How to Identify and Avoid Job Scams in the Job Hunt
Certifications and Credentials in Career Development: What Counselors, Coaches, and Workforce Development Professionals Need to Know
Using the Career Development Process as a Career Coaching/Counseling Tool
How to Find Work and Keep Finding Work for the Rest of Your Life
Helping Students Market Their International Education Experiences
Personal Branding: It’s No Longer an Option
Navigating the Minefield: Bully-Proofing the Workplace

Cultural Differences

Winning Strategies for the Mature Job Seeker
Helping Clients Redefine Retirement
Career Development and Individuals with Disabilities: Understanding Disability First
Helping Individuals with Incarceration Histories Land the Job
What We Don’t Know My Hurt Someone Else: Ethically Supporting Diverse Clients
Networking for Introverts: Tips and Techniques for Career Counselors
Positivity to Enhance Career Success
Helping Students Market Their International Education Experiences

Theory and Research

Fundamentals of Career Development Theories
Realistic Career Decision Making: It’s More Than Passion
Hidden Gems
Selecting the Right Assessment
Interest to Careers
Incorporating Assessment into Career Conversations
Schlossberg’s Career Transition Theory with a Twist: Turning Transition into Triumph
Positivity to Enhance Career Success
The Action Oriented Hope Model of Career Development
The Power of Music as a Career Development Tool
X Marks the Spot: Gen X– The Forgotten Generation

Capacity and Limitations

How to Communicate for Success in the Job Search
Proven Social Media Strategies to Help Your Students and Clients Land a Job Faster
10 Ways to Model a Healthy Lifestyle for More Effective Career Services
Building a Profitable Private Practice in the Career Development Industry
What We Don’t Know My Hurt Someone Else: Ethically Supporting Diverse Clients
How to Identify and Avoid Job Scams in the Job Hunt
Certifications and Credentials in Career Development: What Counselors, Coaches, and Workforce Development Professionals Need to Know
How to Create a Resume that Beats the ATS
Using the Career Development Process as a Career Coaching/Counseling Tool
Personal Branding: It’s No Longer an Option

Communication

Winning Strategies for the Mature Job Seeker
Realistic Career Decision Making: It’s More Than Passion
Career Development and Individuals with Disabilities: Understanding Disability First
Best Ways to Use Pinterest in Your Career Development Services
Hidden Gems
Selecting the Right Assessment
Interest to Careers
How to Communicate for Success in the Job Search
Proven Social Media Strategies to Help Your Students and Clients Land a Job Faster
Incorporating Assessment into Career Conversations
What We Don’t Know My Hurt Someone Else: Ethically Supporting Diverse Clients
Riding the Wave of Social Media for a Successful Job Search
How to Create a Resume that Beats the ATS
Networking for Introverts: Tips and Techniques for Career Counselors
Counseling Clients Through Work Traumas and Unexpected Career Transitions
Positivity to Enhance Career Success
Using the Career Development Process as a Career Coaching/Counseling Tool
How to Find Work and Keep Finding Work for the Rest of Your Life
The Action Oriented Hope Model of Career Development
The Power of Music as a Career Development Tool
X Marks the Spot: Gen X– The Forgotten Generation
Helping Students Market Their International Education Experiences
Navigating the Minefield: Bully-Proofing the Workplace

Updated Educational and Career Information

Realistic Career Decision Making: It’s More Than Passion
Labor Market Information for Career, Workforce and Academic Counselors
Veterans’ Career Development: Serving Those Who Have Served
Occupational Information for the Career Advisor
Working in the Green Economy
Hidden Gems
Interest to Careers

Social and Cross Cultural Sensitivities

Career Development and Individuals with Disabilities: Understanding Disability First
Veterans’ Career Development: Serving Those Who Have Served
Helping Individuals with Incarceration Histories Land the Job
Incorporating Assessment into Career Conversations
What We Don’t Know My Hurt Someone Else: Ethically Supporting Diverse Clients
Schlossberg’s Career Transition Theory with a Twist: Turning Transition into Triumph
Networking for Introverts: Tips and Techniques for Career Counselors
The Action Oriented Hope Model of Career Development
The Power of Music as a Career Development Tool
X Marks the Spot: Gen X– The Forgotten Generation
Helping Students Market Their International Education Experiences

Team Skills

Building a Profitable Private Practice in the Career Development Industry
Positivity to Enhance Career Success
Using the Career Development Process as a Career Coaching/Counseling Tool

Knowledge of Life Long Career Development

Winning Strategies for the Mature Job Seeker
Fundamentals of Career Development Theories
Labor Market Information for Career, Workforce and Academic Counselors
Occupational Information for the Career Advisor
Becoming College and Career Ready – Multiple Pathways to Success
Hidden Gems
Selecting the Right Assessment
Interest to Careers
How to Identify and Avoid Job Scams in the Job Hunt
How to Create a Resume that Beats the ATS
Counseling Clients Through Work Traumas and Unexpected Career Transitions
How to Find Work and Keep Finding Work for the Rest of Your Life
The Action Oriented Hope Model of Career Development
X Marks the Spot: Gen X– The Forgotten Generation

CORE COMPETENCIES

  • Demonstrate ethical behavior and professional conduct in the fulfillment of roles and responsibilities
  • Demonstrate advocacy and leadership in advancing clients’ learning, career development and personal concerns
  • Demonstrate awareness and appreciation of clients’ cultural differences to interact effectively with all populations
  • Integrate theory and research into practice in guidance, career development, counselling, and consultation
  • Skills to design, implement and evaluate guidance and counselling programs and interventions
  • Demonstrate awareness of his/her own capacity and limitations
  • Ability to communicate effectively with colleagues or clients, using the appropriate level of language
  • Knowledge of updated information on educational, training, employment trends, labor market, and social issues
  • Social and cross-cultural sensitiveness
  • Skills to cooperate effectively in a team of professionals
  • Demonstrate knowledge of lifelong career development process

SPECIALIZED COMPLETENCIES

  • Assessment
  • Educational Guidance
  • Career Development
  • Counselling
  • Information Management
  • Consultation and Coordination
  • Research and Evaluation
  • Program/Service Management
  • Community Capacity Building
  • Placement
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