Welcome to this course on working with your older clients overcoming obstacles and maximizing their potential as they search for a job or transition from one job to another. This course is important for career counselors, coaches, HR, workforce, and career center staff, career facilitators, and others.
Completion of the course contributes toward your fulfillment of NCDA’s Multicultural Career Counseling and Development competencies.
Your Instructor: Anne Hull
Anne Hull, M.Ed., Career Counseling, is President of Hull Strategies, LLC, a consulting and training company that helps organizations develop and retain talent. Anne is past president of the Association of Career Professionals International DC Chapter. She established and managed a federally-funded career resource center in a top-ranked college and was affiliated with a national outplacement firm for 12 years.
She co-managed NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Career Center for 5 years. Federal, non-profit and private sector clients from many industries request her motivating speaking and workshop for staff development and for national conferences on leadership, career management and job search. Anne actively researches work issues for “over 50” clients and holds a certificate in Online Job Search and Reputation Management (Career Directors International). Contact Anne at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this course you will be able to:
Identify barriers that older workers face.
Define the benefits of age in today’s workplace.
Recognize hidden age-related comments and effectively respond to age-related questions.
List steps candidates can take to prevent age-related biases, from first impression through decision-making.