From your first year to your first graduate job, our career skills workshops will support you in identifying and reaching your career goals.
We deliver a series of career skills workshops and activities throughout the year to assist you with career planning, developing effective job search skills and building professional skills to make a good impression in the workplace.
While most of our workshops are available to students from all degrees, we also offer workshops targeted to Higher Degree Research students and international students.
Primarily delivered by professional staff in our Careers Centre, with some sessions delivered by invited industry guest speakers, our workshops are a valuable opportunity to gain key information to support your career throughout your degree and into your first graduate job.
Our career skills workshops range from open, general cross-disciplinary sessions to ones targeted to students from specific faculties and disciplines like our Industry Q&A Panels.
What is networking? Develop contacts, connect with other people, practice your opening lines and make a positive impression by learning how to:
Learn essential information to write an effective resume in a competitive job market, including:
Within a group setting, each student’s resume will be reviewed by an experienced career practitioner who will offer advice on layout, content, headings and formatting. By participating in the degree, you will also pick up ideas from other students.
Key things to know about this workshop:
Maximise your performance at job interviews by understanding what to expect and how to prepare, along with strategies to deal with a variety of interview situations. Learn about:
Assessment centres are part of the recruitment process for many internship and graduate recruiters. Stay ahead of the curve by learning about:
Many internship and graduate recruiters use psychometric testing in their recruitment processes. This workshop will explain:
Planning to start work in the near future? Find out how to make that all-important first impression and adapt to a professional environment. This workshop is particularly useful if you already have an internship, graduate role or practical placement organised. The session will cover: