Professional Support for Your Career

Just because you have finished school, perhaps a few months ago, a year ago or longer, it does not mean that you are clear about your preferred career direction, course preferences or how to improve your chances of success in the job search process. If this resonates with you, it may be useful to get professional support from a qualified Career Practitioner to help with your next career step.


You may have explored a number of websites with information and resources to support your career development. Or you may have purchased a Career Self-Help Workbook. However, some people find that the independent use career information and resources is not enough for them feel confident about their next career move. Often these people just need to talk over their career thoughts, course ideas or job search tools and approach with a professional Career Practitioner.

Here are some ways to get professional support from a qualified Career Practitioner:

  • If you are currently enrolled in a tertiary education institution, you may be able to book an appointment with a Career Practitioner at your institution.
  • Grow Careers provides Skype career counselling or face-to-face career counselling in a restricted geographical location with a professional Career Practitioner
  • You can search for professional Career Practitioners on the Career Development Association of Australia (CDAA) website