- Career Planning
- Core Skills
- Job Search
- Life Skills
The purpose of GO is to provide you with comprehensive information about a wide range of graduate employment opportunities, including:
- employers currently seeking graduates
- graduate programs, vacation programs, cadetships and other employment programs
- when to apply
- how to apply
- eligibility requirements
- employer contact information
If you are in your final year of study, don’t leave it until November to think about career options! Most employers recruit for their graduate programs from as early as February in the year prior to graduates taking up employment. The sooner you arm yourself with all the relevant information the better-placed you will be to land the graduate job of your dreams!
As well as our employer profiles, GO provides you with comprehensive job-hunting advice and industry profiles. It is up to you how you want to utilise the wealth of information in GO. To get the most out of it, we suggest the following “GO user tips”:
1) Take the time to read through the job-hunting advice and industry profile sections. You’ll find plenty of useful information – everything from interview advice to the latest statistics on graduate employment.
2) Browse the GO employer profiles, as well as using the career search function to sort employers by location, disciplines, work program and more.
3) Check out the profiles of professional associations relevant to your discipline, interests and long-term goals.
4) Subscribe to GO email updates.
If you are considering further study now or in the future, browse the postgraduate options section for an overview. Make sure you bookmark the GO website and visit regularly!
Discover and explore careers you enjoy. Check future job predictions and search for job opportunities.
Job Outlook can help you make decisions about study and training, your first job, or the next step in your career.
Explore careers that interest you to learn about their future outlook, pay, main tasks, physical and other demands. Find out about the skills, knowledge and abilities you may need. Get ideas for careers you can aim for now or in the future. Follow links to job vacancies and related courses.
Apprentice and Traineeship Co is a not-for-profit organisation which recruits, employs and manages apprentices, trainees and labour hire for an extensive range of industries throughout the Mid West and Gascoyne regions of Western Australia.
We are the leading workforce solutions company in the Midwest, partnering with employers to effectively source, develop and manage their people needs.
We partner with committed employers and agencies using flexible and innovative approaches to engage, inspire and develop tomorrow’s leading workforce, today.
You will need to register with the website and log in before attempting the SmartMove Certificate, as progress, results and achieved certificates are saved.
The General Module introduces important facts about safety laws and common hazards, and needs to be completed before you can access the Industry Modules. Once you have completed the General Module, you can then select an Industry Module that best suits your future or current work placement, or your area of interest. Each of the Industry Modules contain more detailed information on the main hazards specific to each industry.
WorkSafe SmartMove will generate a downloadable and printable certificate when you successfully complete ONE Industry Module quiz. The Industry Module quizzes also contains questions on issues that were covered in the General Module. If a teacher/trainer wishes to integrate the SmartMove Certificate into the Passport Program, it is recommended that the Certificate isn't attempted until Lessons 1 to 4 of the Passport Program are completed. Students may struggle to complete the Certificate successfully without some prior WHS knowledge.
Guide to surviving some of the trickiest job interview questions that will provide all job seekers with practical and valuable guidance they can use.
Practical tips on coming up with the right answers to impress your interviewer, including answers on questions that job seekers often struggle with.
Tips on how to demonstrate confidence even if you don’t know or don’t have the immediate answer to an interview question.
An extensive list of sample interview answers aimed at anyone looking to be successful at their next job interview.
Joblink Midwest was established in 1988 and is headed up by Leon Norris and his dedicated team. The board of management comprises of representatives from local business, government and providers of education and training services which ensures a grass roots understanding of local needs is maintained.
The Midwest Jobseeker website provides a resource to assist both job-seekers to find employment and for employers to easily and cost effectively advertise job vacancies. Unlike other job sites the focus is on our region only and we also provide a range of employment related services to jobseekers and employers alike.
Jobseekers can either search for jobs without registering or if they choose to register for free they can upload their resume, receive job alerts and allow prospective employers to contact them. Jobseekers must be registered to display ads or contact job-seekers and registration is very quick and easy. Employers can also display their company logo and have their company featured. The level of information displayed is entirely up to the employer and they have control of how they would like their vacancies applied for.
The site is The Australian Institute of Business and provides an employer perspective regarding Teamwork as an attribute in the workplace.
The solutions to the issues portrayed in the five minute video are contained in a comprehensive policy document, called Empowered Communities and Living Change. This is a promotional and motivational video to raise the awareness of our people in the Kimberley to the issues we face.
Many of our families are caught in a cycle of poverty and despair and have been stereotyped as not having the ability to break this cycle and live a better life. All families have a key role to play in breaking this cycle for themselves and need to hear what is happening and be empowered to achieve change.
There is no issue of racism – as the message is for Aboriginal people, by Aboriginal people – only a narrow minded person who does not fully understand our strategy would call it racism. The children will learn to know better if they are taught, don’t underestimate their ability to help themselves. The real issue of racism come from people who have low expectations of Aboriginal people and who do not believe they have the ability to achieve any better than what they have. This type of thinking only perpetuating the poverty lifestyle many of our people experience which is evidenced by the high incarceration rate in the Kimberley, high levels of FASD and other key indicators. Our children can be powerful motivators to change their lives, if supported and educated.
You are entitled to your opinion, but as an Elder in the East Kimberley with an extensive and dispersed family –with issues from grief to drugs, I think I am well placed to know what is working, when you have over 60 years living here, working with young people, burying their families, then perhaps you will be well placed to know what is the wrong and right way to proceed.
The traditional culture is a positive motivating force for change but even this is being undermined by the increasing prevalence of alcohol, drugs and other negative influences even on remote communities. The enhancement of culture and other positive social norms and values are a key part of our strategy to help families break the cycle of poverty but it is also imperative that our people learn to live and survive in two worlds.
There are many programs, Aboriginal Education officers, parents groups and community programs that make the white ideals into Aboriginal understanding, - there are Aboriginal schools which are successful in working in both world, perhaps you should attend one and see just how much our children do know and learn. They are our future and we need to work with them and their families to walk in both worlds with confidence and to enjoy the same standard of living everyone else takes for granted.
Some excellent example resumes and practical guide to information and layout. Able to produce a free single page resume in a range of basic templates to assist in getting a resume started
Careers Australia was established in 2006 and has grown to become Australia’s leading private provider of Vocational Education and Training.
With 15 campuses located throughout Australia, our facilities and staff offer world class academic and student support. The extensive offering of accredited short courses, apprenticeships, traineeships, certificates and diplomas we provide creates thousands of pathways into employment and further education across a range of industries.
The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) is the national policy for regulated qualifications in Australian education and training.
The AQF incorporates the qualifications from each education and training sector into a single comprehensive national qualifications framework. Careers Australia is made up of a number of wholly owned Registered Training Organisations and all of our courses are recognised under the AQF. We also have a number of courses registered on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students, which is the government body that oversees formal international student education in Australia.
What this means is that regardless of what type of student you are, where you come from, or what course you are enrolling in, you will get the same nationally recognised, globally renowned, and industry acclaimed education at Careers Australia.
Career Guide Australia offers information on:
Planning Your Career
Writing a Resume
Taking a Gap Year
Open Days & Events
JobTestPrep is all about preparing people for their future tests. Ever since 1992, thousands of job seekers and future students who have set themselves a goal achieved it successfully by using our professional practice tools. The JTP Advantage Pioneers in psychometric preparation The best writers, the best tests online Customer satisfaction management Privacy Experts in admission tests Internationally spread
The Aboriginal Workforce Development Centre welcomes you to explore and connect to opportunities through their website or contact one of their Aboriginal Workforce Development Centres.
DTWD Customer Service Centre
GPO Building, Level 7, 3 Forrest Place, Perth WA 6000
Phone: 1800 441 043
E: [email protected]
Locations of regional Aboriginal Workforce Development Centre offices in Broome, Bunbury, Geraldton or Kalgoorlie can be found at http://www.dtwd.wa.gov.au/employeesandstudents/aboriginalworkforcedevelopmentcentre/Pages/Contact-us.aspx
Your wardrobe tells its own story. You’ve been selected for an interview based on your skills and experience – but how you dress and present yourself can convey a great deal about your perceived character, values, work ethic and viability as a future employee.
Guddai, and welcome to Australia's Careers OnLine.
Written by professional Careers Advisers, Careers OnLine has been helping internet Job Seekers with their Career Development and Job Search on the Internet for over twenty years!
We've been online since 1995... and were one of the first employment websites in Australia. Today, we still help thousands of job seekers around the world every day of the year!
Just follow our three step career plan : (also shown in the tabs right here)
Step 1 : Visit our Job Seeker's Workshop to make your career planning & job search more successful.
Step 2 : Get more information from hand-picked careers web sites at your fingertips in our Job Links directory.
Step 3 : Find thousands of Australian positions vacant notices (updated daily) from Job Boards and Employers all across the country!
At Careers Online, you'll find career research advice, resume help, job hunting tips, job links, positions vacant notices and lots, lots more.
And because you are likely to change your job a few times during your life... please remember to drop in and see us when you need help again.
Year 13 is brought to you by the people who have spent too many years being told what to do, when to do it, and how it should be done.
When we were kids, we were asked “What do you want to do when you grow up?” Most of us said something along the lines of “Play for the Wallabies, marry Baby Spice and be a trillionaire”. But lives change, ambitions change, the Wallabies stopped winning and sh*t got real.
We’ve broken things down and sorted it all out so you can find anything you need to know about jobs, studying, gap years, travelling, apprenticeships, money and discounts. The best part is that there are absolutely no rules.
There’s no right or wrong way…whatever you choose, just make sure it’s worth your while. Take ship tonnes of photos, get out there, balls up, have fun, give everything and anything a go and learn from your mistakes.
Create a dick drawing app; we don’t even care, because you have got the rest of your life to make up for it.
Year 13 is the first year of the rest of your life. ENJOY IT!
A handy tool for school students seeking suitable career information in the financial services industry.
Starts with a quick and easy self-assessment.
We all know what it’s like: you’ve been thinking about studying for what feels like forever, but somehow life just keeps getting in the way.
The secret to getting ahead is getting started!
The choices you make today will set your career up for tomorrow.
Find a course to suit your career goals! Browse over 2,000 courses from leading Australian universities and colleges.
Select your industry or industry specialisation, discover the most popular courses and find the right qualification to advance your career.
Career FAQS is a great online resource to assist you in you career pathways choices.