There are many pathways to study, training and retraining.
When you are thinking about studying/training you need to consider the following:
- Why do you want to study?
- What do you want to achieve?
- Where, when and how will you study?
- What effect will your commitment to learning have on your current situation?
The best place to start is with the career planning process. The 4 steps will help connect your interests with available options before assisting you to narrow the options down to those most suitable for you.
You can use the tools and resources to start focussing on your interests, skills and values and how they link to different occupations and jobs.
Alternatively, you could start with any of these sections.
If you have an idea about what you want to study use the Training WA course search to explore the course content, where it is available, entrance requirements, qualifications, cost and provider details for these courses.
Making a study or training decision is only the first step. If you are already studying or need more information you might want to check out the sections below.
Find out about other sources of information.
Find out about adjusting to study or training.
Find out ways to add skills quickly and easily.
Find out what to do next.
Help with exploring study and training
If you need more information or guidance to help you make study or training decisions contact the Career Centre to speak with a qualified career practitioner.