How We Help
How We Help

Career Advisers

All TAFE College and TAFE Digital Counsellors can provide free and confidential career guidance service to any prospective students.

For prospective students, counsellors can provide:

  1. Exploration of career and study options;
  2. Assistance with course selection;
  3. Advice regarding TAFE enrolment and procedures;
  4. Information about support available for students at TAFE.

Counsellors can provide assistance through:

  • individual face-to-face appointments at any of our institutes,
  • online enquiries (available on our website)
  • telephone contact (see contact details..)

For Career Advisors, TAFE counsellors can also:

  • Be a point of reference about course related information and requirements;
  • Provide advice regarding alternate schooling options;
  • Visit schools to give group talks about TAFE and post school options / career planning;
  • Participate in school career education workshops and career days;
  • Attend Career expos and other community related events to represent TAFE programs.

TAFE counsellors can also work with School Career Advisors and other staff to assist with:

  • Transition from school to post secondary study;
  • Management plans to provide support with students with particular needs;
  • Developing a program for disengaged and socially disadvantaged students.

Other staff at TAFE that may be of assistance to Career Advisors include:

  • Customer Service officers – can give direct advice and assistance regarding enrolment, financial matters, TAFE procedures and course details;
  • Head Teachers – can provide information about course content, offerings and study pathways to employment;
  • Disability Consultants – to provide advice regarding support for students with special needs. There are specialist consultants for the following conditions:
    • Deaf / Hearing
    • Neurological (ABI) / Learning
    • Physical / Medical
    • Mental Health
    • Vision
  • Cultural and Linguistic Diversity (CALD) Coordinators
  • Aboriginal Engagement Coordinators
  • Juvenile Justice and Correctional Centre Liaison Officers