More Career Resources
The energy and telecommunications industries offer excellent career pathways for jobseekers. However, deciding on which career path is best for you and finding out what qualifications are needed to get into a particular trade sometimes prove to be difficult.
Careers in Energy resources are available for teachers, parents, students, careers advisors/guidance counsellors and job seekers to help decide what type of career is most suitable and requirements for a particular trade (qualifications required) and the avenues/pathways available in those fields.
- Career Pathways Booklet (click to download PDF 3.30MB)
This resource provides career information for people considering a career in the energy or telecommunications industries. To request printed copies contact Careers in Energy at the email below.
- Career Pathways Chart – A2 Poster (click to download PDF 3.08MB)
This flowchart provides career pathways and qualification levels required for careers in energy and telecommunications. For best results print in A2 or request printed copies at the email below.
- Career Paths
Want to know more about what to expect in a particular trade? The Career Paths page lists hundreds of possible career paths in the energy and telecommunications industries.
- The Careers In Energy blog site is an online forum for asking questions regarding employment opportunities and career pathways.
- The Careers In Energy facebook page provides regular updates interested in a career in energy to ask questions or find out more information about jobs available, resume/job search tips, plus lots more.
Want to know more about starting your career in energy? Phone the ApprenticeConnect Australia Advisors (ACAA) Hotline on 1300 218 800.
For Careers Advisors - If you would like more information or would like to visit an Advisor visit your school with career pathway posters and guides, please email email@example.com.
The ApprenticeConnect Australia Advisors Project is funded by the Australian Government Department of Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education through the Australian Apprenticeships Mentoring Package.