Series: Career Education
This programme, presented in an amusing way, explores the 10 things that job seekers must avoid when going for a job interview. The programme follows one job seeker and interviewer and covers the range of issues involved in a typical job interview.
Adam Wilkinson discusses making the leap directly from school into PwC and gives an insight to his role there.
This video gives students an insight into how New Apprenticeships work, in what industries they can be found, and how students can go about organising one.
This programme is a fresh look at Apprenticeship Careers. It will profile various apprenticeships, revealing to the audience what the job really entails – the positives, negatives, training, pay, job security, where the trade can take you, and more. Show Less
Allan Halsall of UTV discusses business development managing in the television advertisement industry, including how to get your own foot in the door of marketing and advertising.
Amy Lowry of Alchemy Technical Services discusses her role as a technical analyst.
The hospitality industry is alive and growing worldwide. This programme provides a well rounded introduction to the industry ideal those interested in a career tourism or hospitality. Discussing the difference between commercial and non-commercial organisations, areas covered include; what is hospitality; working with people; hospitality establishments; key hospitality departments; and careers in hospitality. Throughout the programme we speak to hospitality employees, discussing how they as individuals contribute to the organisation as a whole. This programme is an ideal learning resource for people interested in career paths in this vibrant and rewarding industry. Show Less
Interview with experience designer Andrea Caporale.
Interview with Anita May Goulding from Adobe about strategic development.
Job interviews can be an anxiety producing experience for many people, yet there are a number of ways you can effectively prepare for that interview and decrease your anxiety. This programme looks at the way preparation and anticipation of likely interview questions will assist the job-seeker. Also, the role of mock interviews, feedback and rehearsal can all improve the way you perform at a job interview. The programme also discusses the types of questions you are likely to be asked and ways you can prepare responses for them in advance. Through the use of some examples of interviews, both individual and group, you will be much better prepared for job interviews and achieve success in getting that job. Show Less
PwC's Aoife Sheridan gives an insight to her role as team leader in financial crime.
The programme takes you through the requisite skills and knowledge a senior secondary school student or tertiary student needs to be aware of to be able to perform successfully and comfortably in the workforce. The material in the programme can be used to help prepare for casual, part-time or full-time position. The programme can also be useful as a source for Work Experience education. The programme aims to help a student be organised for and meet the exciting challenges of the world of work. Show Less
This programme explores a relatively new method of job interviewing. Interviews are based on previous experiences of the applicant, combined with scenarios and examples to help predict future behaviour. Employers can avoid the potentially nebulous strengths and weaknesses questions in order to focus on actual behaviours exhibited and the way an individual adapts to particular situations. Show Less
The benefits of doing a work experience placement are far wider reaching than getting two weeks off from school. Students undertaking a work experience placement stand to broaden their understanding of the world of work and build their confidence. Follow the experiences of students currently on work placement, and hear tips from employers and an industry expert on how to get the most out of work experience. Show Less
This fast-moving and engaging presentation will motivate students to improve their performance. Peter Sheahan's 900+ seminars across Australia have reached nearly 100,000 students in recent years.
In this Australian-made, curriculum fit programme we take a look at the building industry and the vast array of careers that are available. We investigate key jobs in carpentry, bricklaying, plumbing, electrical work, architecture and real estate. Through the presentation of a number of industry snapshots, the programme provides a major overview of all the career options available and highlight the training and experience required to work in that industry. Interviews with key representatives from the industry including the MBA, and other people working in various jobs, provide a great deal of information about the breadth of the industry. Show Less
Everyday retail plays a part in our lives, whether it is grabbing a bite to eat, shopping for that perfect outfit or working in the industry itself. Retail is so common - it's hard to imagine life without it. This Australian-made, curriculum fit programme highlights the large number of jobs available in retail, and the range of skills required, as well as the specialty job options available. We hear from the Head of Programmes at the Australian Retailers Association and people who work within the industry. We also highlight the clearly defined pathways available in the industry and the large number of training courses available. Show Less
Two years prior to the making of this program, VEA's programme (Name: Age: Occupation:) looked candidly at the lives of six students in their final year of school. Each had a unique perspective on life and what they hoped for in the future. Career Pathways: Two Years On finds where each of them is up to. It provides a fascinating insight into the realities of career development. The programme is divided logically into five chapters; education and training, work, family, personal development and advice. The students have all changed in the past two years, both in visible and non-visible ways. All have lessons to share and advice to give. This is career pathways as it really happens. A great discussion-starter! Show Less
How are students' interests and personal attributes suited to various career options? Examples include: * Ecology - field and lab work * Medical Science - health care and medical research * Veterinary Science - Vet practice and research * Environmental Science * Food Production & Technology * Molecular Biology/Genetics Show Less
This programme examines the huge range of jobs in the general area of "business".
This programme features case studies of students undertaking Diplomas in Food Technology and a cross section of apprentices gaining Certificate Trade Qualifications in baking, pastry cooking and meat.
In this inspiring programme we meet three people pursuing their careers in the non-profit sector. Gillian Forbes is contributing to ocean conservation at the controversial Sea Shepherd Conservation Society. Damon Hughes' love for his local indie radio station opened up an on-air position at 3PBS 106.7FM. And Erica Myers-Davis continues her management career at Prahran Mission. The personal stories of these diverse and interesting people reveal how careers in the non-profit sector can combine your values and interests with career goals in a way that is not always possible in the private sector. Show Less
Explores what new career paths will open up in the future.
Landing an interview when seeking new employment can be a sign that your hard work is paying off. But how can you really decide whether the job is actually a suitable match for your qualifications and skills? In this informative programme, we look at career conscience - where we listen to what feels right and what feels wrong - and how it can help us decide upon the career path we choose. We look at ways to: analyse the conscience of potential employees, match our needs and find suitable jobs, and the kind of legacy we want to leave behind. This programme will assist viewers to understand what drives their career conscience and how to best utilise it. Show Less