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Free workshops for youth influencers

October 08, 2015 at 2:40 PM

Careers NZ are offering two free professional development workshops for community organisations working with young people and their families. 


Firstly, if you have already booked to come to our Professional Development workshops out West, we look forward to seeing you at MPHS on the 13th of October for the first one. If you haven’t booked and if your work involves working with youth, family or special needs clients, our two free professional development workshops we are offering over the next couple of months will give you more career resources and tools to enhance your practice.


Workshop 1: Employability

This workshop is based upon extensive research with employers who have identified the skills they see as missing in many of the people who apply for jobs with their companies; and looks at how you can work with your clients to help them be more successful job seekers.


Workshop 2: Labour Market

Looks at the importance of being able to coach clients in knowing how to source current information on what is happening in the world of work and therefore identify where the work opportunities are likely to be. It also looks at the importance of staying informed as the world of work changes, in order to plan throughout life for being able to find work.

See the attched flyer for more information 


Jill Bice


Kaikokiri, Career Consultant                                                                       

Careers New Zealand


65 New North Road, Eden Terrace, Auckland 1021

PO Box 8085, Symonds Street, Auckland 1150

DDI: (09) 974 9358 M: (027) 452 2052

Freephone: 0800 222 733   Website:

Category: Training