Career Planning

Your career is the sum total of your life experiences. If includes your paid and unpaid work, your community and volunteer activities, and your family activities. Your career is like your “life story” – it is made up of all the work, recreation, community and family roles that you take on throughout your life. The Career Planning Process can be broken down into five steps. 1. Self Assessing 2. Identifying Career Alternatives 3. Researching Career Information 4. Deciding 5. Action Planning
Self Assessment
Who Am I? You are unique: Get to know yourself! Self-assessments can assist you to learn more about your interests, skills, and abilities, personality style, values, favourite subjects and positive experiences. Each of these six areas provides important information about the person that you are AND aspects to consider for your future career choices! Use the Personal Profile to keep track of your findings about yourself. Learn more about who you are and what you wnat in work and life. Please complete at least one self-assessment from each of the following areas: Interests, Skills & Abilities, Personality Style, Values, Favourite Subjects and Positive Experiences. Record your findings on your Personal Profile.
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