Promoting and contributing to the sustainable co-existence of the Kwinana Industry, the Community and the Environment.

Links to other career information sites

Australian Taxation Office – Get a tax file number at school
Having a Tax File Number (TFN) isn’t compulsory, but people who have one find it’s a lot easier when they:

  • Start a job
  • Open a bank account
  • Lodge a tax return
  • Need to apply to Centrelink
  • Ask for financial help if they go to university

Visit the Australian Taxation Office website for more information or see your teacher or careers advisor for a TFN application form.

Year 12 What Next
This Australian Government website has information to help you plan your post-school education and training. You can learn about future work opportunities and find out where to get help and information.

Workforce Development Centres
Workforce Development Centres can help you at any point in your life to make choices about your career and training options. They provide a free, local service to all Western Australians and can help you if you are:

  • seeking to upgrade or have your skills recognised;
  • looking for a career change;
  • not currently participating in the workforce;
  • a retrenched worker;
  • still at school.

The Australian Government Job Guide
This website provides an in-depth look at a range of occupations, and their education and training pathways.

Bridging the Gap
Bridging the Gap (BTG) delivers employment, career development and training services through its partnerships with local community based organisations across the Perth to Peel region. With offices in Rockingham, Kwinana, Spearwood, Shenton Park, Mandurah and an award winning community nursery at Ngulla, BTG aims to develop and grow people and communities by providing caring and innovative lifelong learning and development opportunities and employment services.

Fairwork Australia 
Information and advice about Australia’s national workplace relations system.

Wageline (Western Australia)
Wageline can give you information on State workplace law, including rates of pay; conditions of employment and workplace awards and agreements.

Engineering and Automotive Training Council
This site provides information about the automotive and engineering sector. Includes videos of apprentices talking about their jobs. Worth a look.

Training WA - Department of Training and Workplace Development – Western Australian Government
This site will help guide you through job and career decisions. Explore online career resources, self-assessment tools, occupation profiles and career contact information contained within our recommended four stage career planning and decision making process.

The College of Retail Training

The College of Electrical Training

Career Chick
A site designed to enlighten women about non traditional and emerging careers, areas of study.

Females in Information Technology & Telecommunications (FITT)
Through networking, skills development workshops and mentoring we aim to encourage more women into the ICT industry and inspire and support those already in it.

Science Careers – Science Network
To help you get an idea of what different science careers may be like, the Science Network have provided a series of career profiles on fantastic Western Australian scientists

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