- Secure/create and maintain work
- Make career enhancing decisions
- Maintain balanced life and work roles
- Understand the changing nature of life and work roles
- Understand, engage in and manage the career building process
Some helpful links
Jobs of the Future (McCrindle research)
Career and workforce development centre - 1800 619 933 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Suite 3 Elizabeth House, Elizabeth Shopping Centre SA 5112, 1b Gawler Street Salisbury SA 5108
Equal Opportunities 4 Schools
Everyone is entitled to equal access to work and to be treated fairly at work, regardless of personal characteristics such as your race, disability, age, sex, sexuality, caring responsibilities and religious dress. This includes equal conditions at work and being treated fairly by your boss and co-workers, as well as you treating them with the same respect. Equal opportunity law applies not only to paid jobs but also to volunteering, work experience placements and apprenticeships or traineeships.
Fair work ombudsman
To give you information and advice about your workplace rights and obligations, including finding your 'Award', pay, leave, employment conditions, how to get help.
Australian Securities and Investment Commission's MoneySmart website offers you tips & tools to help you make the most of your money.
Know your rights (and responsibilities)
Safe Work SA
Safe, fair, productive working lives