|Helping Skills||Basic career facilitating processes, including productive interpersonal relationships|
|Labor Market Information and Resources||Labor market and occupational information and trends|
|Assessment||Both formal and informal career development assessments, with emphasis on relating appropriate career development assessments to the population served|
|Diverse Populations||Studies covering the special needs of various groups, as well as how to adapt services to meet those needs|
|Ethical and Legal Issues||Studies on the GCDF Code of Ethics and current legislative regulations|
|Career Development Models||Career development theories, models and techniques as they apply to lifelong development, gender, age and ethnic background|
|Employability Skills||Job search strategies and placement techniques, especially in work with groups|
|Training Clients and Peers||Preparing and developing materials for training programs and presentations|
|Program Management/Implementation||Studies covering career programs and their implementation, and working as a liaison in collaborative relationships|
|Promotion and Public Relations||Marketing and promoting career development programs|
|Technology||The understanding and use of career development computer applications|
|Consultation||Accept suggestions for performance improvement from consultants and supervisors|
GCDF credential applicants are required to complete a minimum of 120 hours of training from one of CCE’s Registered Credential Training Providers (RCTP).
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