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Career Development Report

A comprehensive and multifaceted Career Planning and Development report that provides valuable insights, information and resources for you to make meaningful career decisions and promote growth

Career Development Report: Navigating Your Path To Success

Welcome to our Career Development Report (CDR), a comprehensive tool designed to help you navigate and explore your career options. Our report, often referred to as My Career Bible®, is tailored to your unique circumstances, interests, capabilities, and the current Australian Labour Market information. Throughout our journey together, we will delve into various areas of your personal, academic, and professional history, as well as your career interests, needs, strengths, and preferences

The Career Development Report Process

The CDR process consists of four one-on-one career development sessions. These sessions are structured to provide you with the necessary guidance and support to make informed career decisions. Let’s take a closer look at each stage:

Stage 1: Initial Intake Session

In the first session, which lasts approximately 1.5 hours, we establish a professional connection and discuss your goals. We also conduct assessments such as the DASS 21 (adults) or depression signs and symptoms for children and recent stressful events for minors. This session allows us to explore your narrative, including your personal history, academic achievements, and professional experiences and establish baseline information.

Stage 2: Administration of Psychometric Instruments

In the second stage, we administer various psychometric instruments to gain deeper insights into your aptitudes, career interests, personality type, and more. The instrumentation process typically takes around 4 to 5 hours and includes a mix of online, paper, and card sorter instruments. Rest assured that all assessments are conducted in accordance with ethical guidelines and industry codes of conduct.

Stage 3: Presentation of Report

During the third stage, we present your customised Career Development Report. This verbal presentation lasts approximately 1.5 to 2 hours and provides you with a hard copy of the report. The content and length of the report vary based on your individual circumstances, needs, and career life stage. On average, the report can range from 50 to 100 pages.

Stage 4: Optional Follow-Up Session

We offer an optional follow-up session after the report is presented. This one-hour session takes place 2 to 4 weeks after the report presentation. It allows us to address any questions or concerns you may have and further support you in implementing your career development plan.

Career Development Report Outcomes

Upon completing the CDR process, we aim to provide you with a high-quality, customised career development plan. 

The report will equip you with:-

  • A wealth of occupational information, empowering you to make informed career decisions based on your considerations, interests, motivators, values, and findings.
  • A comprehensive schedule of career interests derived from your verbal communication and psychometric instrumentation outcomes.
  • A top 20 career preference schedule based on your interests, preferences, and outcomes.
  • Insights into your current skills, preferences, and development requirements based on the top 20 career preferences outlined in your report.
  • Learning style preferences to maximise your learning outcomes.
  • Examples of tertiary and vocational educational routes for your top 20 career preferences, including relevant ATAR scores if applicable.
  • Australian labour market information, including skills requirements, remuneration rates, and skills shortages for your top 20 occupations (subject to availability).
  • The report provides you with the opportunity to strategise and implement meaningful career goals and action plans, empowering you to take control of your career and achieve your long-term objectives.

Add Ons – Psychometric Instruments

In addition to the extensive psychometric instrumentation included in the report, you have the option to add the Workplace Personality Index or Coping Scales. These additional instruments provide insights into your workplace characteristics and coping strategies. Please note that additional fees will be associated with including these instruments in your report.

Alternate Uses For Career Development Report

Aside from its primary purpose, the information contained in your CDR can also be valuable in various pre-employment and workplace scenarios. 

You may find it useful for:

By investing in your Career Development Report, you are making a wise long-term investment in your career.

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