Shortlisting your favourite options

OK, you’re almost there. The third step in career decision making is about shortlisting your favourite options. We recommend you try and bring it down to three or four. Then take a deep dive into each option and get more information to help you confidently make a decision. Get access to information, tools and techniques below.


Education & Training

How much do you know about qualifications?

Get the low down on the different types of qualifications. See how they can help with your education, training and job opportunities. And learn what type of organisations deliver qualifications. Learn about qualifications.

How much do you know about qualifications?
The secret is out! Alternative ways to get into your dream course

The secret is out! Alternative ways to get into your dream course

You may not be aware that there are alternative paths to get to you to Uni or TAFE. By being adaptable and flexible, you can still get to where you want to go (who cares how you get there?). Find out the alternative ways to your dream course.

Not sure how to rank your uni course preferences?

If you’re planning on University you’ll need to think about your courses preferences. Find out how uni preferences work.

Find out how uni preferences work

World of Work

Find out what Labour Market Information is

The information you need to decide on an occupation

The more you know about an occupation you’re interested in the better. Find out what Labour Market Information is and how it can really help you out about future job prospects.

How to test if an occupation is right for you

If you’re keen on pursuing a particular occupation, how do you know it’ll meet your expectations? See how work experience and volunteering can test if an occupation is right for you.

How to test if an occupation is right for you

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What’s your decision making style?*

What’s your decision making style?

Do you know what the three different types of decision styles are? See which one you tend to use the most and when best to use the different styles. You’ll find it’ll be super helpful to know when you make career decisions. Find out your decision making style.

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