College Employee Earns Certified Professional Career Coach Designation

February 14, 2017

Career coach Darla Dolph is well-equipped to help job seekers in today’s competitive, challenging, and ever-changing employment market. Dolph, of Platt College in Aurora Colorado has recently completed the Certified Professional Career Coach program (CPCC) (www.cpcc-careercoach.com) earning the CPCC credential, enhancing her professional expertise and contributions to the career coaching industry.

Individuals who hold the CPCC span a wide range of professionals from the career services industry and include independent and organizational career coaches, career counselors (and Social Work professionals and PhDs), military and government career transition specialists, university and college career services professionals, résumé writers, outplacement professionals, human resources and organizational development professionals, staffing and workforce management professionals including one-stop centers, recruiters, executive coaches, company managers, and others who work in the career services industry from across the globe.

To earn the CPCC, Dolph completed a comprehensive training/coaching program that provided solid tools for career management and job search coaching in today’s employment market, and submitted a testing portfolio that included documented coaching hours. Obtaining the CPCC credential, Dolph has demonstrated a high level of commitment and expertise to the career coaching profession.

According to Dolph, “I am passionate about helping others reach their full potential and find careers that are purposeful.  To remain competitive in today’s market with constantly changing job search strategies, my clients need to be armed with the most current trends and best practices in job search and career management.”

In addition to Dolph’s work at Platt College School of Nursing, she also sees clients in her private practice helping people discover their strengths, preferences, and life purpose as a Certified Professional Career Coach, Certified Professional Résumé Writer, and Life Coach. She has a genuine passion for helping others with their career development, job searches, résumé preparation, and interviewing tips and techniques through the use of modern day assessments, using a “Socratic teaching” coaching style, and providing an environment designed to promote inspiration and motivation. Dolph helps individuals discover their unique talents and preferences, leading to the exploration of career paths that will guide them toward successful and meaningful work, cohesive working relationships, and an inspired life purpose.”

The Certified Professional Career Coach program by the Professional Association of Résumé Writers & Career Coaches (PARW/CC) ( www.parw.com ), the career service industry’s longest-standing association is directed by Diane Hudson, a multi-credentialed, award-winning career coach and professional résumé writer, and book author. The CPCC program was designed to coach the participants, engaging them in the coaching exercises, before they coach their clients. The CPCC program includes six modules focused on Long-Term Career Management, Diane’s Whole-Person Theory, Workforce Management, Traditional & Social Media Job Search, Interviewing, and more, continuing to set industry standards and pioneer beyond the frontiers of the known job search realm. Dolph joins the high ranks of Certified Professional Career Coaches (CPCCs) from around the globe.