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Thinking about making changes to your career? Get advice from a qualified career consultant.
A lesson plan to encourage Year 9-10 learners to think about careers when choosing NCEA subjects.
The Career Development Benchmarks: Secondary are a self-review tool for secondary schools to assess and improve the quality of their career development programmes and services.
Decide and Prepare helps students in years 11-13 to make choices about tertiary education and work and prepare for the move from school.
Download a guide to help secondary schools manage and develop their career education programmes.
This timeline shows how career theories have evolved over time.
The Career Development Benchmarks: Tertiary are a self-review tool for tertiary organisations to assess and improve the quality of their career development programmes and services.
The career development benchmarks are a suite of self-review tools designed to raise the quality of career development in New Zealand. Learn how you can use the benchmarks and supporting resources to assess and improve your career development programmes and services.
There are numerous career theories and models, and no single one is sufficient to describe the broad field of career development. In this section you will find introductions to some of these core theories, and their key ideas.
Find tips on putting your career plans into action.