Some ideas on how to make an action plan for young people to kick-start their career journey towards the jobs of the future.
High school students experience the world of hotel work first hand as part of the employer-led Work Inspiration programme.
The alignment of the career development benchmarks with the Education Council’s Practising Teacher Criteria makes it easier to demonstrate how career development practice can be considered as evidence.
Find out about Work Connect, a programme that shows international students, skilled migrants and their partners how to prepare for the workforce and develop their employability skills.
Tips on how to develop employability skills that will increase job opportunities for young people in the future world of work.
Do you want to contribute to a sustainable environment through your work? Check out the multiple green career possibilities in our rapidly changing world.
Answering questions from parents about their children's work and learning choices. We give suggestions on how to motivate and support a school leaver to discover their career interests and skills.
Every January students almost break the internet rushing to check their NCEA results online. But what happens when things don’t go to plan, and a student hasn’t gained enough credits or done as well as they hoped? Here we explore some of the possibilities.
If you are feeling uncertain about your future after the recent earthquakes check out our five suggestions for securing your future career.
MITO and Toyota NZ are encouraging employers to get on board with the Work Inspiration programme as it has multiple benefits for both students and employers.