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Introduction and history of career guidance

Mitchelton, QLD

Subject: History

A conceptual foundation, including: Definitions of basic terms, initial descriptions of work activities, discussion of the value of career guidance, some historical insights, and an introduction to theoretical ideas of importance in the field.

When

Please contact us for upcoming dates and/or more information about this class Please contact us for upcoming dates and/or more information about this class.

Where

44 Pascoe St
Mitchelton, QLD 4053

Skill level

Beginner

 

The teachers

The Australian College of Career Guidance's Diploma of Career Guidance is a leading product in its field. It has been...

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The Australian College of Career Guidance's Diploma of Career Guidance is a leading product in its field. It has been written in-house by experienced careers professionals, incorporates the latest research and practice, and is tailored to local conditions.

Choosing a career is one of the most important life decisions we face. As a result of poor and uninformed choices, many people find themselves in occupations that are really unsuited to their skills, interests, aptitudes and values.

What's more, with globalisation and new technologies reshaping the economy, the workplace, and the very nature of learning and work, career choices are becoming more complex and displaced workers more numerous.

As a result, many more trained careers practitioners are needed to help Australians of all ages to select appropriate careers and successfully navigate career transitions.

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Australian College of Career Guidance