New Career Ahead: Explore the Possibilities Series Workshops

Join us for an immersive career exploration workshop series where we guide you through navigating your career journey.

In celebration of National Careers Week, RMIT Skills and Jobs Centre is hosting a three part workshop series titled 'New Career Ahead: Explore the Possibilities'! Don't miss this opportunity to gain valuable insights and practical tools to shape your future success. Sign up now and embark on a journey of self-discovery!

Session one workshop details

Join us for the first instalment in an immersive workshop series where we unlock the power of self-reflection and guide you through navigating your career journey with confidence.

Dive deep into the key aspects of self-reflection to make informed decisions about your career path. Explore your values, strengths, and aspirations, aligning them with your professional goals.

During this session you will: 

  • Understand your personality using the RIASEC code. 
  • Learn how this code can illuminate your preferences and guide your career choices. 
  • Gain insights into how your personality traits influence your career decisions and discover actionable steps to leverage this knowledge effectively.

Session two workshop details

Are my skills and experiences the only things that matter when job searching?

In this second workshop we will be exploring how your values relate to a particular role or organisation and how that can influence your decision making. Does all your experience matter? Here we will talk about how to identify skills related to your job applications. Do you have any achievements? Everyone has achievements and here we will look at how to identify those accomplishments.

In this workshop we will cover the following topics:

  • Exploring your "Value Preposition".
  • Identifying the relevant skills for a new job or career change.
  • Uncovering achievements that will impress a potential employer.

Session three workshop details

What is it like to work in a particular job? Or a particular sector?

In our third and final workshop, equip yourself with the tools to explore your career ideas and leverage valuable resources to make informed decisions. Whether it's your first job, a change, or a transition, good research gives a more complete picture of opportunities and uncovers new ideas.

Gain clarity and confidence and take the next steps in your career journey as we cover:

  • What labour market information is and benefits it can provide.
  • Practical tools and resources available to help you delve further into your career ideas.
  • Actionable steps to keep your exploration moving forwards and yourself on track.

Workshop locations

  • Hybrid venues: You can either opt to attend this session online or in person at RMIT University Melbourne City Campus. The general public and RMIT students are welcome to attend.
  • Online: Microsoft Teams meeting link
  • Location: RMIT University Melbourne City Campus, Megaflex 1 (Room 11) in Building 8, Level 4 (008.04.011), 360 Swanston Street, Melbourne

Please note: You do not need to attend all three workshops in this series to gain value. Please register to the workshops you are available for.


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