Indian Career Education and Development Council is a voluntary, non-governmental, non-political, non-sectarian and not-for-profit organization.
The Council is a national body with chapters at a state level.
It wil serve as the professional body for all school based career practitioners and all career development professionals. The main aim is to collaborate with government, educators, industry and community to create awareness, build and promote a structured career education and development ecosystem for inclusive human development in India.!
The Career Development Association of Australia (CDAA) is Australia’s largest and only cross-sectoral association of career development professionals who work in a diverse range of roles, delivering services in industry, government, education, employment programs and community organisations.
Career development practitioners provide services that help people manage their careers, make occupational and study decisions, plan career transitions and find career information. Our members assist individuals and organisations to prepare for their futures by making informed decisions about career and workforce development.
The Association is committed to the National Standards for Career Practitioners and all professional, fellow and life members are assessed to meet the requirements of qualified career professionals. All CDAA members are bound by the CDAA Code of Ethics.
The Career Education Association of Victoria Inc (CEAV) is the peak state based association representing career practitioners in a variety of educational settings.
The CEAV was formed in 1975 to provide service and support to career practitioners in schools to assist young people with their future career planning. Over time the association has grown to include career practitioners working with young people in a variety of educational settings including non-school based settings. The membership base now represents a wide range of educational and industry groups and provides service to its members thorough its distinct units, Professional Development, Counselling and Consultancy.
In 2013, the CEAV redeveloped its profile to be more reflective of all career practitioners who make up its member base. Our members provide quality career education programs across a wide spectrum of educational facilities and an even wider age group of delivery. In 2014, the association commenced trading as the Australian Centre for Career Education (ACCE).
The ACCE now has the capacity to provide a more holistic approach to career education services for its members and the broader community.