Guide career direction

These days, many people experience a variety of careers during their lifetimes. Yet change can be disruptive and your career doesn’t always follow a clear or direct path. Sometimes, difficult circumstances lead to an unexpected career change.

We work with people who are seeking a new career direction – either by choice, or due to significant personal change, such as injury, illness or a redundancy.

Career options

Exploring career options often involves a vocational assessment to examine your options, transferable skills, work capacity and the local labour market. We’ll also talk about your passions, interests, values and barriers.

Identify skills

Your skills go beyond your last job. We’ll look at both your paid and unpaid employment history, your transferable skills and potential alternative employment pathways – which may include further training or study.

“The consultants genuinely took the time to understand what I wanted and assisted me to get there. They made themselves available and supported me through some really challenging times. With their help, I was able to get the work experience I needed leading me into a job within State Government that I love.”
– Jennifer, client