This site offers the following career tools:
Tool 1 - Assessment of employability attributes
Tool 2 – Assessment of transferable skills
Tool 3 - What makes a job satisfying for you?
Tool 4 - What type of work do you enjoy?
Tool 5 – Career action plan template
Information regarding workplace rights and responsibilities for young workers and students
See the Fair Work Ombudsman guide for young workers webpage
PDF version of webpage above:
Are you ready to take the Workplace Basics Quiz?
Each module contains a series of questions on common workplace issues. You’ll get a score for each module you complete, as well as useful feedback, and links to more resources. Once you’ve completed all modules you can download a certificate of completion. Start the quiz now!
Sign up and create an account with myfuture where you can:
Build your career profile - identify your interests, build your career profile and explore occupations
Discover occupations - find out more about the work, required qualifications and pathways of your ideal occupation
Explore industries - find out about the occupations and employment opportunities in Australia's key industries
Browse career insights - browse in-depth articles and insider knowledge on the most important career topics
Search courses - find the right course for your career path that suits your learning preferences and location
Read case studies - case studies highlight the paths and achievements of people in different stages of their career
Browse companies - some of Australia's leading organisations showcase their career opportunities
All young people need a set of skills and attributes that will prepare them for both employment and
further learning. The Employability Skills Framework includes what employers think makes a good
employee. Read more about employability skills and the Employability Skills Framework
Improve your chances of impressing employers by developing clarity about the skills you have to offer. Find out more about identifying your employability skills with this guide by The University of Sydney Careers Centre.
ASIC's Be MoneySmart is an online training resource for VET students (including apprentices and trainees) and senior high school students. The resource helps students to develop money management skills which support their future careers in small business or as contractors.
ASIC's Be MoneySmart offers five online modules:
Each module features real life examples and video case studies of young people from a range of occupations. The modules support 1 hour of online activity and 2 hours of offline study. Each module includes a student workbook.
RST interactive workbooks are funded by DEEWR (Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations) and are intended for free use by any student or school.
While this site specifically targets the rural and regional sectors of Australia the workbooks and activities found here are applicable for work training and preparedness in general.
Interactive workbooks are available for download on all of the following topics:
Generation Success - resources for young job seekers
On this page
Generation Success - resources for young workers
On this page