Individuals, employers and training organisations can benefit greatly from career development information.
This website aims to provide useful career development information to help individuals make informed decisions about their education, training and employment choices.
The information below is underpinned by the Australian Blueprint for Career Development , a joint initiative of the Federal, state and territory governments to provide a consistent series of resources to help with the production of career development programs and activities.
The information provided within these pages from non-government sites is for reference only and is not endorsed by the Queensland Government.
Interactive material to help adults, students and young people explore their talents, values and personal qualities and match these with jobs and training of your choice.
For teachers, parents, training organisations
Career management competencies including templates and checklists to support career development and the transition from school, to further education or employment.
For people with disability
People with a disability or mental illness have lower employment outcomes and earn less money from their work, despite research showing that they often have both the capacity and the willingness to actively participate in the workplace.
For industry and career development practitioners
Processes for designing and implementing career development programs within an organisation or to help practitioners develop career development programs and activities.
Value of career development
Research into the benefits of career development.
For more information about career development contact the department on 1300 369 935.
Free advice, referrals and support on the Apprenticeships Info website
Recognition of prior learning and credit transfer
Employment support information on the DEEDI website
Department of Education, Employment and Workforce Relations (DEEWR)
This page was last reviewed on 09 Jan 2012 at 03:15PM