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Careers range from urban and regional planning.
Geospatial specialists gather and analyse geographic and spatial (location-based) information and use specialist software to present it in user-friendly formats such as maps and 3D models.
Software developers create and maintain computer software, websites and software applications (apps).
Learn how teaching career management competencies helps Year 9 to 13 students manage their life, learning and work and assists them with decisions at key transition points. Find out how all teachers can contribute to career development through a school-wide approach.
Malaga: Pasifika planning for success helps teachers deliver career education that reflects the identity and culture of Pasifika learners.
Roles for public servants are varied and rewarding.
Download a guide outlining the most appropriate approaches to career education for students at Year 7 and 8.
Careers 11 is a trial career education teaching resource for use with students in Year 11. It consists of three modules that build career competencies relevant to students at this age and stage of development.
The Career Development Benchmarks: Year 7 and 8 are a self-review tool for schools to assess and improve the quality of their career development for Year 7 and 8 students.