Career Planning

Seek input and advice continuously and create opportunities to do so

When planning your career, seek input and advice from multiple quarters. While research and formal job reviews are helpful, informal explorations of career options work too.

Seek career advice continuously, and create opportunities to do so.

Spontaneous talks with friends and work colleagues can shed light on your special skills and strongest talents. Hearing where you really shine can also open your mind to different and new career goals.

When scheduling a formal career review, leave at least an hour for career planning and goal setting. An advance email or phone conversation briefly outlining proposed talking points helps longer meetings stay on track.

Make the best use of career planning sessions by arriving prepared. Gather and study information on topics you wish to cover before you get there.

Actively engage your social network for more casual career counseling. Maintain contacts with people connected to your career choices. You will gain a wealth of firsthand knowledge about your areas of interest, as well as potential opportunities.

Before you enroll in training and development programmes, speak with “graduates” of these offerings to hear their thoughts.

Knowing your Self Skills Value & Interested

  • Start your new career journey by examining what you know about yourself, your job interests and your decision making. This tool will give you helpful feedback on where to begin.
  • The work that satisfies you will be the work where you are interested, motivated, and achieve your best results. One way to identify this is to look at your interests and how they fit various types of work.
  • Check your skills by moving the cards into the box that is right for you. You will be able to save these to build a picture of the skills that you have, and those that you may wish to improve.
Very Good at. Good at. Not Good at. Would like to be good at

Find out Exploring what is out there

  • What skills do you already have?
  • What skills do you need?
  • What are the daily tasks and duties?
  • What are the working conditions?
  • What are the personal requirements?
  • What skills and training do I need?
  • What career paths are available?
  • Where is the work?
  • How do I find out more about my preferred occupations?

Making Decisions Comparing options

You have explored the occupations or study options that interest you.

Now is the time to narrow down your choices and choose the best option for you, now.

  • Prepare a pros and cons list
  • Compare your options

What is important? to me?

My Interests

Skills I ‘will use

Taking Action Working to word your goals

Whether you have just left school, finished study or you are changing career you can use your action plan to map out your step-by-step approach to achieving your work or learning goal.

You can plan :

  • or a specific occupation;
  • Your general career direction;
  • To achieve a specific qualification;
  • To do more research; and
  • To explore a range of career and study options.

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