Career Discovery

  • Career Discovery (applying the discovery of one-self and linking to what’s out there in the world of careers) The career discovery stage begins the link between our students as people and the world of careers in terms of the opportunities, the diversity and helping our students start to explore a career they will love. 

In this section, our students will find multiple tabs containing information that will help them discover & widen their career interests. There is a wide range of discovery materials and resources, including:

  • School Subject Selection Tips
  • Information on business & industry including links to career and job homepages across a wide range of business & industry
  • Wide variety of career resources through career discovery and web based resources
  • Careers of the future advice
  • Peak Industry Association links to discover advice and information
  • Newsletters and news from a range of sources
  • Access to Trades and professional skills shortage lists


Skills Shortage Lists

Trades: National Trades Skills Needs List

National Skills Shortages (professions and trades) Skills Shortage List Australia (2018) plus reports on individual occupations listed within the report Access to National and State Occupational Reports

Career Discovery Podcasts

A range of podcasts courtesy of Explore Careers, including PWC, Solotel, Cochlear, Westpac, Fulton Hogan, Cotton On, Victoria Police and more… PODCASTS CLICK HERE

Australian Psychological Society Talking Psychology Podcasts LISTEN HERE

Lawyers Weekly Podcast

In this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, Tom Lodewyke is joined by Aleksandra Ilic, a solicitor at King & Wood Mallesons and a winner in the dispute resolution category at Lawyers Weekly’s 30 Under 30 earlier this year.

Aleks discusses how she juggles a busy legal career and a master’s degree, and offers her reflections on the clerkship and graduate process at a global law firm.

She also talks about her involvement in pro bono and charity initiatives, including managing KWM’s engagement with the Aboriginal Legal Service. LISTEN HERE

To listen to all previous Lawyers Weekly Podcasts, please CLICK HERE