An Intersectional Approach to Supporting Career Development 

Registration Fee: $450.00

Registration for An Intersectional Approach to Supporting Career Development 

Please answer the following questions. Once this form is completed, you will be directed to our Shop where you can pay online to reserve your spot in the upcoming cohort starting March 4th, 2024.

If you have an active membership with CASE, you may be eligible for a $50 discount. Please reach out to the Enrollment Coordinator, Ashley Hammond, at [email protected] to obtain your discount code. 

If you experience any technical difficulty, please reach out to [email protected]. 

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This certificate program offers an enhanced understanding of the impact of intersectionality for job seekers who are Black, Indigenous, Persons of Colour who experience Disability (BIPOC-D). It offers critical insights into the employment experiences of BIPOC-D job seekers.   

The program content, discussions, practical assignments, and live webinars explore key concepts like anti-racism and anti-ableism to grow your awareness and commitment to allyship and advocacy. You will learn research-based strategies to practice an intersectional and trauma-informed approach to career support.   

The program provides an opportunity to focus on delivering equitable and effective services and to form meaningful partnerships with BIPOC-D job seekers and employers. Upon completion, learners will receive micro-credentials that verify their participation in the program and outline the targeted knowledge, skills, and/or competencies addressed.  

An Intersectional Approach to Supporting Career Development certificate program has been developed by the Canadian Association for Supported Employment (CASE) in partnership with CERIC.   

To access technical support, please reach out to: [email protected].