Career Centre

Useful career links

The following are some useful links to assist you in achieving your career and work goals.

 

Australasian Education Directory – a free directory which identifies and groups, by category, educational organisations throughout Australia and New Zealand. It contains links to the websites of educational organisations

 

Australian Apprenticeships Information about apprenticeships and traineeships in Australia and Australian Apprenticeship Pathways

 

Australia English Institute offer English communication skills and accent reduction training to individuals and businesses.

 

Australian Volunteers International offer international volunteer opportunities.

 

Business.gov.au is a government service providing essential information on planning, starting and growing your business.

 

Career Quiz will help you identify what types of work you most like doing.

 

Civil Construction Careers and training opportunities

 

CDAA Career Development Association of Australia.

 

Doctor Connect The DoctorConnect site is a production of the Department of Health and Ageing that aims to provide a range of information to doctors about incentives available to work in regional, rural and remote Australia. It also provides a starting point for overseas trained doctors and potential employers.

 

Doctors Without Borders offer volunteer positions around the world for health staff.

 

ElectroComms & EnergyUtilities for information about careers in the electro-communications and energy-utilities industries.

 

Fair Work Australia pay rates and wage information as well as information and advice about Australia’s new national workplace relations system.

 

Geological Society resources for careers in geoscience.

 

The Good Universities Guide is a comprehensive and independent information source about tertiary education pathways, including postgraduate courses like the MBA, and career options in Australia.

 

Go Volunteer provides you with all the information you might need to find out about volunteering and volunteer opportunities in your area.

 

Graduate Careers Australia

 

Health and Community Services Careers for information on scholarships, courses and work placements.

 

Keep Australia Working website provides a range of services offered by the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR) and Centrelink, including training and employment information.

 

Logistics Information and Navigation Centre (LINC) – for information about careers and occupations in the transport and logistics industry.

 

MyFuture for a range of free career information to assist you on your career journey.

 

Open Universities for a range of online courses provided by Australia’s leading universities.

 

Postgraduate study information and course search.

 

Printing Careers – for information about career paths and opportunities in the printing and graphic communications industry.

 

Psychometrics – a non-commercial site aimed at providing student job seekers with practice material to pass psychometric job selection tests.

 

Scholarship Opportunities – These websites provide information relating to undergraduate and postgraduate scholarship opportunities provided by organisations, government agencies and industry groups

 

Understanding Money Australian government website designed to assist people to increase their financial knowledge and better manage their mo

 

 

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