Services for Students and Young Adults
What do you want to do when you leave school?
Sound familiar? Many young adults are unsure about their career direction. You may be looking to confirm that your current career goals ‘fit’ your personal style, interests and preferred work environment. Or you may have no idea what you want to do and don’t know where to start. An Eye Opener assessment will help you to learn more about yourself, what you may value in a career and your preference for particular areas of study or employment. We can support you in your action planning and research, provide career information and discuss the career development and decision making process.
Hang in there!
If you are currently in Year 11, our recommendation is that you wait until you have your Semester 2 results before booking your Eye Opener assessment. However, if you have a specific reason for going through the process earlier, give us a call. Otherwise we look forward to seeing you at the end of the year!
Talk with your school first
Our advice to Year 10’s who are going through the subject selection process is to work through the procedures your school will put in place. If, by the end of Year 10, the subject selection process has been a bit tricky, give us a call – otherwise we will see you at the end of Year 11 or in Year 12!
Already left school?
Perhaps you have put off making career decisions or you have tried some courses/employment and are not quite sure if you are on the right track. An Eye Opener assessment may simply confirm for you that your current ideas ‘fit’ your personal style and interests. It may assist you to ‘tweak’ your current course or plan your next step. If you are starting from scratch, you will be able to kick start things in a direction that feels right. Whatever your situation, the process will help you to learn more about yourself, what you may value in a career and the particular areas of study or employment that may suit you. We can support you in your action planning and research, provide career information and discuss the career development and decision making process.