Careers Practitioners

Career development practitioners provide services that help people manage their careers, make occupational and study decisions, plan career transitions and find career information. CCCA career practitioners have extensive experience working in education and training and in industry assisting the most disadvantaged individuals in the community with their career planning.

What do career practitioners do?

CCCA career practitioners work with individuals or small groups. Some of the services we provide include:

  • Career counselling and guidance
  • Career education
  • Assistance with employment
  • Mentoring
  • Resume preparation
  • Career planning
  • Administering and interpreting vocational tests
  • Teaching job hunting strategies
  • Coordinating work experience or internships.

Career counselling

Either as a personal exercise, or in preparation for meeting with a CCCA career practitioner consider the following questions:

  • What is important to you?
  • What do you value?
  • What do you want outside of work?
  • What are your special talents and skills?
  • What type of work roles interest you?
  • Which employers and organisations need what?
  • Which employers and organisations need what you can offer?

CCCA career practitioners will provide services to people experiencing barriers to employment.   Each CCCA career practitioner will explain the fee structure at the first interview.

CCCA are currently experiencing a high volume of requests for counselling and we have established a waiting list. Please send your request for careers counselling to office@ceav.vic.edu.au to be placed on the wait list.