Gerald is a certified career service provider under the National Career Development Association (NCDA) and a verified Master of Career Services by NCDA. Gerald enjoys developing career development interventions, services and consultancy to help individuals and groups with varying career needs on a systemic level. As an experienced Career Developer, he supports career needs, working with various schools, companies and non profit organisations on career development projects to support students, employees and beneficiaries.
His experiences include reviewing unemployment support policies, designing and operating career services for the public and leading a team to develop skills and training advisory services. He has deep knowledge about the career transitions and understanding how employers and job seekers need to work together to facilitate career transitions.
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