Career management – discover what career management is really all about, why it's important to plan your career and understand your own skills and preferences.
Aiming for promotion – find out if you have the right attributes to be worthy of a promotion or raise and learn how to plan for your promotion.
Developing essential behaviours – find out what the most successful people always do and if you have the attitude, passion, professionalism and confidence to stand out.
Exploring your career options – this learning path is about exploring the options and discovering what it is you really want to do. It asks questions that enable you to develop the criteria you need to find the right career direction.
Career pathways – need some ideas for the future? Career Pathways can help you discover what you could do and how you could get there.
Building experience – when you start looking for work, a lack of experience is often the most challenging hurdle to overcome. This path helps you to understand the options out there for gaining valuable experience.
Develop a plan – set goals and put a career plan in place that will help you achieve your employment objectives.
Know your options – match your skills to a range of jobs and identify resources that will help you develop.