Where to look for work experience
Needs assistance finding an employer in your field of interest? Monash - Using your Degree lists potential employers for each degree-related occupation.
Choosing between universities
The Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching website (QILT) is designed to assist you in choosing between tertiary institutions. Use it to compare data from all Australian universities on student experience and graduate employment. Visit QILT
Tips on how to find work experience
1. Work out what job you want to do
2. Find out where you could do that kind of work
Do some research to find organisations and businesses that related to the jobs you're interested in.
3. Use your networks
Talk to people who might know places where you can do work experience. For example: Family, Friends, Careers counsellor, The Development Office.
Find your Career Match
Still wondering what sort of career might suit you best? A good starting point is to undertake the My Career Match quiz, which will help you identify your personality profile and the most appropriate jobs to match it. To begin, go to mycareermatch.com.au and select "Students - let get started". To receive your results you will need to put in the school code CBL:1249.
Work Experience 2019
Work Experience is compulsory for all Year 10 students from June 3-7 2019. If you've lost your original WEP1 form, download one here. When you have a placement confirmed, fill it in and submit it to Ms Sangster who will create an official form for you.
Logon to Safe@work
- Scroll down the page to “Begin the test”
- Type your name and school correctly.
- Choose the module you wish to undertake from the dropdown list.
- Once complete, send to Ms Sangster at: email@example.com