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Making young people more employable

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Tips on helping young people develop employability skills so they have better employment opportunities.


Website updates

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Since June 2017, we have been making rolling improvements to our website and suite of free online career-planning tools.


Five steps to ace an informal interview

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Having a coffee with a potential employer might help you get your next job.


Is university the right place for my disabled daughter?

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Continuing our Q & A series – answering questions from parents about their children's work and learning choices.


Have your say on the future of New Zealand's education system

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As part of the Education Conversation | Kōrero Mātāuranga the Government wants to hear your views on building not just a better education system, but the world's best.


My son won't plan his future

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Continuing our Q & A series – answering questions from parents about their children's work and learning choices.


Limited Service Volunteers armed with the right skills to get employed

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Find out how the LSV programme aims to improve the employability skills of young people to get them into work or training.


Physiotherapy a great option for a dynamic and caring career

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Physiotherapist Sara Allen found a way to combine her love of sport and her love of working with people.


What to consider about studying by distance

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Is studying by distance the right option for your young person? Here's how to support them - even if you don't know anything about their subjects.


8 steps to choosing school subjects

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Choosing school subjects can be tricky, but with these eight steps your young person will have them sorted in no time.