Resource Links

Department of Education and Early Childhood Development

Work Experience section

safe@work is an Occupational Health & Safety resource package for secondary school students who undertake workplace learning programs

A Job Well Done are resources to help prepare students with a disability for work experience by exposing them to activities and issues relating to the 'world of work'.


Government and Community Agencies

Department of Employment


Department of Education

Department of Education and Training

Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (VCAA). Responsible for the provision of curriculum and assessment programs for all students in Victoria

BacLinks is a unique partnership initiative linking business and community to achieve sustainable and mutually beneficial activities and results for business and the community in general.

Information on the social security payments and services which Centrelinks delivers to the Australian public.

The Gordon  - Geelong's TAFE institution

Deakin University


Career Choices websites

myfuture is a great resource that helps young people see possibilities in the world of work, identify their own interests and skill areas, set career goals and plan to achieve them.

Job Guide is a comprehensive downloadable guide, with detailed descriptions of occupations, including information on the specific tasks and skills involved in each job, and the education and training required for each.  It includes information on career planning and exploring pathways.   

Australian Apprenticeships tells you everything you need to know about apprenticeships, and the benefits of combining practical work and training.

Year 12 - what next? can help plan post-school education and training. It talks about working life in the future, course options and other places where you can get planning help and advice

MyUniversity provides students with a broad range of information about Australian universities and other higher education providers .

Youth Central offers a range of information and advice on issues like jobs, study, travel, money and events in your local area - wherever you live in Victoria - whilst offering opportunities to participate.

The Australian Youth Forum is run by the Australian Government as a communication channel between the Government, young people and youth sector organisations.

The site allows students, careers advisers, parents or anyone who is interested in Australian Apprenticeships to search over 2,500 descriptions of potential Australian Apprenticeships job outcomes. The site also displays career or job pathway charts in over 70 industries.  These provide an overview of potential career directions within an industry sector. The site also offers a range of resources for Careers Advisers.

See 100's of short videos. Real people talking about their careers