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Industrial spray painters prepare, paint, powder-coat or resurface industrial parts and machinery and other items used in homes, offices and industries.
Dream and Discover helps students in years 7-8 to gain awareness of themselves and their futures, and prepare for the move to secondary school.
Kia rere au ki nga rangi tuhaha kia tau atu au ki toku taumata.
Workshops based on kōrero pūrākau can be incorporated in to a range of learning areas or wāhanga ako. Here are some examples to show how a workshop on kōrero pūrākau can link to Te Marautanga o Aotearoa.
Rata and the Tree illustration by Andrew Burdan.
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.
John Krumboltz's planned happenstance theory makes it OK to not always plan, because unplanned events could lead to good careers.
Research carried out in 2007 showed this organisation as representing the most fully integrated all-age career service.
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Project Kāmehameha is a programme of research to inform design and delivery of career resources for Māori.