The Careers Spot


You may be interested in looking through the attached website link to discover the information available on this website through hundreds of videos on trades and skills.

Launched in Sydney in 2007, 'SkillsOne' works with Industry, Educators, Government and TAFE to engage and promote the extensive career opportunities and pathways in traditional trades and emerging skill areas ranging from automotive, construction and mining; through to hairdressing, healthcare and horticulture. provides a rich tapestry of information about trades and skills. The site is continually updated with new video stories and industry snapshots.

The primary aim has been to create a skills community. Inherently, online content includes the key elements of lifestyle, career opportunities, positive attitudes and job satisfaction reflected through individuals sharing their experiences, skills, stories and wisdom.

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Weekly Career News

Click here for the current edition of the Weekly Career News. 

This weeks topics are: 

  • Have you considered studying Biosecurity?
  • Arts Scholars program for high achieving students at Australian Catholic University.
  • Use the UniTest to boost your chances of gaining a place at Flinders University.
  • Courses and careers in Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.
  • Collarts exchange programs to the US and Europe.
  • Fashion at RMIT - amazing work experience opportunities.
  • Changes to the Australia National University admission process.
  • Changes to the academic calendar at UNSW.
  • International Business at Monash University - global exchange.
  • Find an apprenticeship centre near you.
  • Box Hill Institute school holiday programs.
  • Upcoming events at the University of Melbourne.
  • Business at Monash University - Information Session.
  • Open Day at Endeavour College of Natural Medicine.
  • School holiday programs at the Academy of Information Technology.
  • Marine Careers Day at the 2017 Melbourne Boating Show.
  • Upcoming events.


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