Seek some sound advice from qualified guidance counsellor, Keith Coburn, at Career Path Expo

Making the big decisions about your future is difficult. It never hurts to gain a new perspective and some support from a professional. Keith Coburn will be offering his counselling services on 10th and 11th March at our FREE online event. Furthermore, Keith will be kicking off the expo with his live webinar, I Don’t Know What I Want to Study in College, at 3:30pm on the 10th of March. Don’t forget to register so you can access the even across the two days.

About Keith and Coburn Guidance

Keith Coburn, is the founder of Coburn Guidance. He holds a Masters in Guidance Counselling through DCU, along with other qualifications in Human Resource Management and Wellbeing in the Workplace. He is currently undertaking a Postgraduate Certificate in Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship with UCD Innovation Academy.

Keith has acquired over 13 years experience working with individuals and groups around employment and education supports. Keith has witnessed the landscape of the Irish labour market fluctuate over the past year. He has worked with a variety of government funded initiatives, has put him at the centre of helping and supporting those seeking his knowledge and expertise

During his career he has also worked with companies around projects they were involved in, these included Accenture and Intel. These would have included the Skills to Succeed and Manufacturing Technician programmes.

He believes that Guidance Counselling, as a professional tool, can help individuals unlock their own direction. This method has been delivered in both a one on one and group setting, with thousands of clients across a broad spectrum

He has also presented workshops on a national bases around C.V./Interview methods, Career Guidance, Presentation and Goal Setting skills

Keith provides supports in the following:

  • Career Guidance
  • Skills Auditing
  • Job Interview Training
  • C.V. Skills
  • Starting Your Own Business
  • Manual Handling

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