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Get support for your career planning & job preparation

In Student Services, you can get support with all aspects of planning your career. 

Whether you are: 

  • working out your training and employment goals
  • seeking guidance for your resume and cover letter
  • exploring how your essential skills transfer into other jobs
  • preparing for job interviews
  • researching job market trends and opportunities
  • looking for volunteering or networking opportunities
  • navigating career planning, job search and applications if you are living with a disability

No matter what stage you are at, we've got you covered. 

 

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Get help with your career planning or job preparation

Current and recently graduated students can book an appointment using the links below, or by calling TAFE SA Customer Support on 1800 882 661. Support is available for recently graduated students for 12 months after completing your training with TAFE SA. 

Note: All resume support appointments are encouraged to be booked as online virtual appointments using Microsoft Teams.  This will allow us to share our screens and look at your resume together in real-time. 

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