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AUTHOR: David Carney CREATED: Wednesday, 27 May 2009
CEAWA News

Obtain expert information for your students for careers in and out of the city. They might want to work in the bush, or they might want to work in a boardroom.

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Careers in Glass is an addition to the Australian Glass and Glazing Association (AGGA) website. careersinglass.com.au is designed to provide an interactive way to find more about potential careers in the Glass and glazing Industries.

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Health Heroes is an Australian Government campaign which encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to consider a career in health. It forms part of the Attracting More People to Work in Indigenous Health campaign, and supports the Australian Government’s commitment to close the gap in life expectancy between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and other Australians.

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The State priority occupation list is an annually produced list of skilled occupations in high demand or considered industry-critical in Western Australia.

The Department of Training and Workforce Development produces the list in consultation with key stakeholders, including the State’s ten industry-linked Training Councils.

To view the latest report please go to the 'Reports' section of our website in the Resource Library

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The Green Paper is a crucial step in the development of a new National Career Development Strategy.  Consultation began on a National Career Development Strategy in early 2011 and has involved the government and non-government education sectors, the career development industry, business, schools, teachers, young people, parents and carers. This has informed the development of the Green Paper, which outlines options for the new National Career Development Strategy. CEAWA encourages you to consider the ideas and issues raised in the Green Paper and provide input. Your comments on the Green Paper will help to shape a final National Career Development Strategy underpinned by strong and decisive leadership from the Australian Government working in partnership with key stakeholders. You can make a contribution at:

www.deewr.gov.au/schooling/careersandtransitions/careerdevelopment/Pages/default.aspx

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Ruth Barratt, who is the Teacher in Charge of Career and Enterprise at Willetton Senior High School, had the opportunity to be a guest blogger on the WA Career Centre website recently. She blogs about the challenges that are presented in providing educational opportunities to assist students in making a successful transition to employment, education or training. This informative blog touches base with several students and provides a real insight into what students think and feel.
 
To view the blog entry in full, please go to the following link and scroll down to the second article: http://wacareercentre.wordpress.com   While you are there, make sure to read the other WA Career Centre articles, they make for enlightening reading.

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Do you want to be able to download your individual school report and find out what TAFE courses your students applied for and have been accepted into along with the cut off scores for each TAFE course?

 

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This article is from the education section the UK newspaper The Guardian. This article resonates with what CICA has been saying for 10 years and the mission of the CEAWA. We encourage you to read it.

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Millions of dollars have been spent over the past decade by the Australian government on industry assistance packages to help business address economic impacts from global competition. Far less support is available to assist ordinary working Australians to adjust to a restructuring of work itself. READ MORE »

The Career Industry Council of Australia (CICA) supports the current government initiative to improve access to employment by older Australians, in particular continuing the telephone careers advice service as part of the Experience+ program.

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