Careers NSW

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About Careers NSW

Careers NSW

Lifelong careers information, advice and professional guidance for NSW residents at any stage of their career, wherever they live.

Careers NSW was announced by the Premier of NSW in March 2022. It was established to provide career guidance and advice to NSW residents seeking to enter the labour market, upgrade skills or change careers.

The current pilot program was launched in November 2021 and offers 3 key services to adult residents of NSW:

  • A self-service website providing immediate access to a wide range of career guidance information, resources and support.
  • Individual appointments with Industry Experts from a variety of industries for insider insights into careers in their industry.
  • Access to professional Careers Practitioners for tailored career advice and support.

Careers NSW is currently working to further develop and expand the program. A full service adult program and a trial of complementary school-based career advice services are due later in 2022.

The creation of Careers NSW follows a recommendation from the review of the NSW vocational education and training sector, led by Mr. David Gonski AC and Professor Peter Shergold AC.

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Careers NSW acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.