Most tertiary institutions have careers services and a variety of resources that enable students at the institution to research career information. These services are sometimes available to prospective students as well. Contact the prospective students’ office at the institution you wish to apply to for details.
The Australian Association of Careers Counsellors is the peak body for career practitioners in Australia.
Careers professionals work with a variety of clients to help them make decisions about current or future career development needs. Careers practitioners can help you identify what your needs are and the resources that may be most beneficial in helping you achieve your aims. Find a careers adviser on www.aacc.org.au
The Job Guide
The Job Guide is Australia’s premier career information guide providing extensive information on individual occupations. For each entry there is a job description, personal qualities required, education and training requirements, a brief summary of employment opportunities and sources of further information. Also included is advice on career choice, applying for a job, post-secondary education and training and government help (both State and Federal).
It provides career information, and offers unique features that enable users to create individual profiles that relate to possible occupations.
Centrelink Career Information
You can get career information from Centrelink’s Career Information Centre.
There is only one Career Information Centre that you can visit in NT, or you can contact the service centre by telephone or email. Centrelink’s Career Information Centres are ‘one-stop-shops’ providing a comprehensive free service. Specialist staff can help make informed decisions about education, training and employment options and pathways.