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National Palliative Care Week 2015: Why You Should Care

0 Comments   Posted: 22/05/15   by Luke Imbong

    What is National Palliative Care Week 2015?

    National Palliative Care Week 2015 When was the last time you talked about your death and your family’s future? If you can’t remember or haven’t talked about it at all, this is the week to discuss it. National Palliative Care Week 2015 runs across Australia from May 24-30 with the theme is “Dying to Talk: Talking Read the full post

    Infographic: 7 Fast Growing Jobs and Careers for Australians

    0 Comments   Posted: 24/04/15   by Luke Imbong

      Before you get into a new job or career, you should know about which ones are expected to experience high growth over the next 3 years. Learn how you can get into these growing careers by checking out the article, “7 Fast Growing Careers Every Australian Job Seeker Should Know“. Share this infographic on your Read the full post

      What do Aged Care Workers do and how do I become one?

      0 Comments   Posted: 20/04/15   by Luke Imbong

        What do Aged Care Workers do and how do I become one

        Aged Care Worker Job Description Aged Care is one of the fastest growing careers in Australia. The government estimates that there will be more than 50,000 job vacancies in the five year period until November 2018! Aged care workers have a variety of responsibilities depending on where they are employed. Carers can work in a Read the full post

        Resume, Cover Letter and Interview Tips for Aged Care Workers

        0 Comments   Posted: 01/04/15   by Luke Imbong

          Resume Cover Letter and Interview Tips for Aged Care Workers

          So you’ve got your aged care qualification, what’s next? It’s time to put your skills to good use. Whether you’re applying for a position in an aged care facility, community center or as a home carer, you’ll notice that the major requirements are the same. You’ll need to submit a resume together with a cover Read the full post

          How to Create Your Unique Student Identifier

          0 Comments   Posted: 24/03/15   by Luke Imbong

            How to Create your Unique Student Identifier

            What is the Unique Student Identifier? The Unique Student Identifier (USI) is a unique reference number linked to a secure record of your nationally recognised training achievements in the Vocational Education and Training (VET) system. From 1st January 2015 all students doing nationally recognised and accredited training need to have a Unique Student Identifier. Your Read the full post

            7 Fast Growing Careers Every Australian Job Seeker Should Know

            0 Comments   Posted: 24/02/15   by Luke Imbong

              7 Fast Growing Careers Every Australian Job Seeker Should Know

              Are you looking for your next career? Learn more about which jobs are expected to grow strongly in the next 3 years so you can make the best decisions! The Australian Government’s Job Outlook website is an amazing resource full of valuable employment information including high growth careers and we’ve already summarised the most recent Read the full post

              Skill Shortages and the In Demand Jobs in Australia

              0 Comments   Posted: 23/02/15   by Luke Imbong

                Skill Shortages and the In Demand Jobs in Australia

                What skills and jobs are in shortage in Australia? Are you looking for a new career? Why not get into an industry that is actively looking for employees? If you don’t know where to find these jobs in shortage, don’t worry! The Australian Government has done most of the leg work by surveying employers across Read the full post

                What is a registered training organisation?

                1 Comment   Posted: 12/11/14   by William Cowie

                  A registered training organisation (RTO) is a provider and assessor of nationally recognised vocational education and training.  They are able to offer students training and qualifications or statements of attainment that are recognised across Australia, and are accepted by industry and other educational institutions. RTOs are registered with the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA); or Read the full post

                  Would you move for work?

                  2 Comments   Posted: 28/08/14   by William Cowie

                    Would you move for work?

                    “Workforce mobility” is essential in Australia’s modern economy. It’s vital to get people with the right skills to where they are needed. Moving for a job is a huge commitment and a decision most people don’t make lightly. Have you ever relocated to accept a job? What would (or did) it take for you to Read the full post

                    The Job Hunting Guide

                    0 Comments   Posted: 30/07/14   by William Cowie

                      Job hunting would be in most people’s “top 10 most stressful activities”. It often coincides with some of the lowest points of our lives – when we’ve recently lost a job or are working in a job we dislike just to survive. For the majority of us, earning an income is essential to our quality of life. Read the full post

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