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Building the Western Australian workforce by increasing participation

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My career ideas

Once you have created your account with Career Centre you will be able to save and log in to view all of your ideas and results from working your way through the tools and resources here.

This page will only be accessible by you once you have logged in with your name and password. You can log into your account by clicking on the blue 'Sign in' button in the toolbar at the top of this page, fill in your name and password and then click the button.

You will then see your name appear where the 'Sign in' button was. Click onto your name and your 'My career ideas' page will appear with your saved results and anything else you have saved when working through the tools and resources on the site.

How do I save information to 'My career ideas' page?

When using the tools and resources within the site you will be asked to log into your Career Centre account prior to starting the tool. Once you have completed the steps within the tool you can click save and it will save the results into your 'My career ideas' area.

Is 'My career ideas' accessible by anyone else but me?

No. Your account is only accessible by you as you set your password and only you are able to access the information stored there.

What benefits do I have by setting up an account with the Career Centre?

The Career Centre has set up this free facility in order to help you record your thoughts and ideas to come back to at any point in time. You can access the results 24/7 and use the ideas for planning your career path. They are all securely saved in the one place accessible only by you. You can unsubscribe from the service at any time.

If you are in Western Australia and want to discuss your career ideas further with a career advisor, you can chat online, call Career Centre on 13 23 98 or visit us at the DTWD Customer Service Centre.

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