CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND YOUTH
Helping young people to understand current and future jobs, develop 21st Century capabilities and create a clear vision for their penultimate career. This is informed by intelligence on employer and industry requirements, workforce forecasting and planning, trends in entrepreneurship, employment and new discovery technologies.
With a systematised approach, Career BluePrint helps young people to formulate a road map so they not only know where they want to go but also how to get there. Identifying the education required to get you there, both formal and informal, along side the experience you’ll need, and working through ways that roadblocks can be removed to help you achieve your goals.
With programs for primary and high school students, Vocational Education and Training (VET/TVET) and University students, Career BluePrint works with employers and industry, parents and students, schools and institutions, young people and youth organisations, on where jobs and skills are moving to in Australia and internationally.
For employers and industry sectors, you may be interested in attracting the next generation as your future employees, entrepreneurs and innovators. Career BluePrint can assist you to understand what the next workforce wants in an employer, job and/or entrepreneurial opportunity including intrapreneurship and social innovation.
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FUTURE JOBS AND 21ST CENTURY CAPABILITIES
A BluePrint for the CAREER you deserve
You should wake up in the morning and think ‘Today is a great day because today I GET to go to work and not…I’ve GOT to go to.’
By using a systematic approach you will create a vision for the career you deserve. You will know how to activate your networks, develop a roadmap to work out how you will get there, consider the education, expertise and experience needed and remove roadblocks that you may encounter. This is a key point of difference from other career development and planning approaches and it is underpinned by evidence, insight and knowledge from employers and industry sectors, regions and countries around the world.
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