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5 surprising careers in food and fibre

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Here are five jobs in food and fibre that could change your ideas about the industry.


Spotlight on Bandura’s social learning theory

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Understand Bandura’s social learning theory and help your clients find positive role models and gain confidence. 


Get your best start back at work after unemployment

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How to return to work successfully after a long spell of unemployment.


Skills in demand: working with data

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Data skills are transferable across industries and demand for workers is high.


Diversity in the workplace - it's good for business

Frank Lawrence with some of his team

Celebrating diversity and encouraging tolerance in the workplace creates a successful business. 


Talking about our jobs in te reo Māori

A man and women sit at a kitchen table and laugh about something. A laptop sits in front of them and outside you can see a hill.

Learn how to talk about your job in te reo Māori.


Find the right job after graduating

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Graduate jobs let you learn about a job before you enter the workforce.


How to prepare for an audition-style job interview

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In an audition-style job interview you demonstrate the skills you’re being interviewed about.


Spotlight on Super’s self-concept theory

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Super’s theory of self-concept can help your clients at different stages of their career development. 


How to use your checkout operator skills after automation

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Find out how you can use your checkout operator skills if your job becomes automated.