Career development information is available to support all Australians.
Career development information includes:
- Employability Skills, which are non-technical skills and knowledge necessary for effective participation in the workforce, including communication, self-management, problem solving and teamwork skills.
- Vocational Education and Training in Schools Schools, allows Year 11 and 12 students to develop industry specific skills and get credit towards a nationally recognised qualification.
Other resources available to help with career planning include:
- myfuture is Australia's national career information and exploration resource, helping people to make career decisions, plan career pathways and manage work transitions.
- The Job Guide provides an in-depth look at a range of occupations and education and training pathways to support people to make informed career decisions.
- Career Information flyers are a useful starting point for anyone planning their career or assisting others making career choices.
- The Parents Talking Career Choices brochure has strategies for parents and carers to help them discuss the options available for further study and employment after school with their teenage children.
- Career Bullseye posters are useful tools to assist people in making career choices.
- The National Career Development Strategy Green Paper and Research Project has also been developed to help improve career development for all Australians.
Want to know more?
- visit the Youth Attainment and Transitions website