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CAREER DEVELOPMENT Strong international and national developments in support of career development, aiming to support individuals manage the complexity of life, learning and work in the 21 st Century. Australian Blueprint for Career Development.

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CAREER DEVELOPMENT

  • Strong international and national developments in support of career development, aiming to support individuals manage the complexity of life, learning and work in the 21st Century.

  • Australian Blueprint for Career Development.

  • Priority six of the document entitled “Creating the Future – VET priorities for 2003 – 2004” is to “… provide better career guidance and preparation for employment”.

  • These initiatives have led to the Department developing a stronger focus on career development programs and initiatives.


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CAREER DEVELOPMENT

  • Some components of the career development agenda:

    • Career development awareness raising.

    • The TAFEWA Plus initiative includes employment and career development services for students and graduates.

    • Career Development Policy Development.

    • Employment Directions Network


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CAREER DEVELOPMENT

  • Some components of the career development agenda:

    • Parents as Career Partners Seminars

    • Career and Employability Skills Development Course

    • The Real Game

    • GetAccess and MyGuide


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Training and Careers Information Centre

  • Training Information Centre: Located at 2nd Floor, 166 Murray Street (Mall), Perth, WA, 6000.

  • Phone: 1800 999 167.

  • My Phone: 9224 6506

  • Email: training.information@det.wa.edu.au


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Training and Careers Information Centre

  • One key aim of the Department: “World Standard Career Development Services”.

  • Training and Career Information Centre is co-located with two other agencies (ie. The Perth Central Employment Directions Centre and the Commonwealth’s Career Information Centre.

  • This arrangement is unique nationally.


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Training and Careers Information Centre

  • Aims and priorities of the Centre:

    • Supporting Western Australians to make informed and directed study choices, leading to increased retention rates in VET and more effective learning and employment outcomes as well as a more efficient labour market.

    • People of all ages to develop their ‘Career Competencies’ and capabilities (eg. personal management, learning and work exploration and career building skills).


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Training and Careers Information Centre

  • Services provided through the Training and Careers Information Centre:

    • Vocational education and training information, including information on apprenticeships and traineeships.

    • Career guidance and programs to development employability skills.

    • Videos on specific occupations, industries and courses throughout Australia.


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Training and Careers Information Centre

  • Future plans of the Centre:

    • Foster stronger networks and relationships with schools

    • Develop strategies to reach more employed people (upskilling and reskilling)

    • Build stronger links with migrants and equity groups

    • Stronger support of the Statewide Employment Directions Network


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Training and Careers Information Centre

  • The Centre attracts:

    • Approximately 60,000 enquiries per year

    • That is, around 50,000 telephone, 6,000 walk-in and 3,000 email enquiries from the general public.

    • The nature of the enquiries – Open Session


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