(Image: Paul Stagg, Victorian Skills Authority Director of Engagement Katrina Currie and Janelle Arena at the centre's launch)
Echuca Campus Lead Paul Stagg said the centre will help individuals to make more informed choices as to their career and educational pathways.
“For many of us deciding what career path to take is a daunting task, let alone understanding what we need to do to get there,” said Paul.
“Staffed by qualified professionals, Skills and Jobs Centres help provide independent advice to individuals on how to achieve their training or careers goals, via one-to-one consultations or workshops.
“By accessing our services, individuals may learn to better recognise their strengths and transferrable skills and how to express this in job applications or interviews which may increase their likelihood of securing employment opportunities that aligns with their career goals.
“We encourage job seekers or school leavers (of any age) to come down and meet our friendly team and see how they can help you on the path to a rewarding career.”
About Skills and Jobs Centres
Get the right advice at a Skills and Jobs Centre where qualified staff help individuals make more informed career choices by providing impartial career information and advice. Our services are free and confidential and available to anyone in the community.
Talk to us about:
• Career development and planning
• Career, study and employment transitions
• Education and training advice and support
• Job search skills and application advice
• Employment trends, skills shortages and local labour market information
• Apprenticeship and traineeship advice
• Help to understand your transferable skills
If you need help or know someone that might need us, contact us to make an appointment.
Phone: 1300 100 606
Location: Corner of Hare and Darling Streets, Echuca