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Health promoters work with communities and groups to develop ways to improve people’s health. They also work with government agencies to improve environmental conditions.
Follow these steps on how to apply for tertiary study or on-the-job training, including apprenticeships.
Gynaecologists/obstetricians advise, diagnose and treat issues with the female reproductive system, and provide medical care for women before, during and after pregnancy.
Landscape architects plan, design and advise on the construction of urban, rural, residential and public landscapes. They also manage and conserve natural or heritage landscapes and public open spaces.
Curators research, develop, exhibit and maintain collections for museums, art galleries and artists.
Phlebotomists collect blood and samples from patients for laboratory testing or for blood banks.
Firefighters control and put out fires, help rescue people and animals, and educate the public about fire safety and fire prevention.
Nannies/child carers are responsible for the care, wellbeing and education of infants, toddlers and children in the home.
Teacher aides assist teachers in a classroom by working with students on a one-to-one basis, or in groups.
Environmental engineers assess and reduce the impact of engineering projects on water, soil and air. They also plan and design systems to treat and remove waste.