Career Planning


The Career Planning Program is designed to give clarity regarding career choices. This might sound like stating the obvious, but reality proved something different. Too often aptitude tests are used as an indicator for career planning. The value of this manner of evaluation is not underestimated BUT the learner, student, or unemployed may walk away not knowing what to do with the information.

With the Career Planning Program, we work through nine career areas, forty-five career fields, and more than nine hundred actual careers. Sounds overwhelming? Not at all. This interactive process works through the relevant information using a filter process. In other words, through elimination. The client leaves with a clear indication as to what their interests are and if their current academic qualification or school subject choices will enable them to follow their dream.

We assist the client with comprehensive information regarding Academic institutions, colleges, and alternative options to obtain qualifications. 

The Career Planning Program identifies external influences. We are working with the student/unemployed not the dream of the parent. 

This program is not only for top performers in school subjects. 

We cater for all manner of careers:

• Engineering and Technology (i.e.  Architecture, Mining, Construction, Artisans, Automotive, Geology, and Woodwork)

• Health and Natural Sciences (i.e. Medical, Optometry, Dental, Medical Assistance, Biological Research, and Psychology)

• Computers and Information Technology (i.e. IT and Systems, Hardware/Software, Multimedia, and Design)

• Business, Finance, and Management (i.e. Financial/Commercial Business, Marketing and Sales, Human resources, Administration, and Clerical)

• Agriculture and Environment (i.e., Farming Food/animal/plan, Geography, Archaeology, and Marine)

• Human, Social and Education (i.e., Education/ Training, Sport/Fitness, Beauty/Cosmetology, Religion and History/Culture)

• Services (i.e. Travel, Hotel/Hospitality, Aviation, Defence Force, Public Service, Safety, and Security)

• Arts and Culture (i.e., Fine arts/Design, Clothing/Fashion, Jewellery, Film/TV, Printing Media, and Music/Entertainment)

• Languages and Law (i.e., Languages, Journalism, Law, and legal Support)


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