Practical steps to put your decision into action

The fourth and final step in career decision making is about setting goals. And it’s about the practical steps to take to action your decision. And once you’re at your destination of choice, be sure to reflect on whether you’re happy there. If not, that’s ok, go back to any of the other steps and work your way through them. If you’re happy, crack on and keep developing your skills and building your network.


Education & Training

Find financial support for your studies

If you’re heading to uni or TAFE check out what type of financial support you can get. A scholarship or bursary could give you the helping hand you need. Read about how you can get money to support your study.

Find financial support for your studies
Do you know how to apply for your further ed course?

Do you know how to apply for your further ed course?

There are two ways you can apply. The first is Direct application, the second is through Tertiary Admissions Centres. Find out about how to apply for further education courses.

Changing Your Course Preferences

There can be lots of guestimating going on with selecting course preferences. It can be a bit stressful. But there’s no need to worry, read about how you can change your course preferences.

Changing Your Course Preferences
Thinking of doing any training courses? You’ll need a USI number

Thinking of doing any training courses? You’ll need a USI number

USI stands for ‘Unique Student Identifier’. It’s a reference number you’ll need if you end up doing any training courses in the future i.e. like First Aid, Responsible Serving of Alcohol, Barista or any VET course. Find out about the unique student identifier.

World of Work

Creating luck to land job interviews

Meet Jack and Kate, see how they put themselves out there to create their own luck. They both managed to land job interviews simply from being at the right place at the right time. Read about creating luck to land job interviews.

Creating luck to land job interviews
Have you landed a job interview?

Have you landed a job interview?

If so, well done for making a good impression! Now it’s time to do a little work to make sure the interview goes really well. Read how to prep to have a confident job interview.

How to find jobs in the hidden job market

Did you know there’s a hidden job market? It’s where jobs are aren’t advertised or posted online. It’s times like these it can be a case of it’s not WHAT you know, it’s WHO you know. See how you can find jobs in the hidden job market.

How to find jobs in the hidden job market
When you get a job you’ll need a TFN

When you get a job you’ll need a TFN

If you want a casual job then you’ll need to pay tax to the government on what you earn. This means you’ll need your very own tax file number (TFN) which is like a reference number so they can tax you. Read our article your tax file number explained.

How to write an awesome cover letter

Almost every job out there requires you to submit an application. Give yourself the best chance to make a good impression with a well written cover letter. Check out the tips for writing a killer cover letter.

How to write an awesome cover letter
Tips for nailing your resume

Tips for nailing your resume

Make a good impression with prospective employers with a stand out resume. Find out what to put in your resume to get that job interview. Read up on how to write a stand-out resume.

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You’ve made a decision, it’s time to set goals

You’ve made a decision, it’s time to set goals

If you’ve made a career decision it’s now time to bring it to life. And creating a plan of attack, or goal setting, is the way to do this. Try this activity on setting career goals.

Why being a learner for life can give you the edge

Even if you’re happy with where you’re at the moment, you should always be looking to grow and learn. Completing a short course, licence, or skillset are perfect ways to do this. Read about how learning for life can give you the edge.

Why being a learner for life can give you the edge
Having second thoughts about a career decision?

Having second thoughts about a career decision?

If so, don’t stress. Some things don’t work out as planned and that’s ok. Flexible thinking and reflecting on choices can help when you change your mind. Read our article what if I change my mind about a career decision.

Adapting to change is a normal part of life

Change is a normal part of everybody’s career. What’s important is how you deal with it. Learn about the mindset that will help you adapt and bounce back. Read about adapting to change.

Adapting to change is a normal part of life
How to get behind the wheel with your L’s

How to get behind the wheel with your L’s

As soon as you hit 16 years of age you can apply for a learner’s driver’s licence in Tassie. See how you can get the ball rolling to get your license. Find out about getting your learners license.

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