Careers NSW provides access to high quality, personalised careers guidance from independent professional careers practitioners.
You can book a free appointment to speak with a generalist careers practitioner or one who specialises in supporting:
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
- people from a culturally diverse and/or non-English speaking background
- people with disability
- women considering non-traditional careers.
Appointments are available virtually (video or phone call) or in-person at selected locations.
To be eligible, you must be:
- aged 18 years or older
- living in NSW
- an Australian citizen, permanent resident or protected special category visa (SCV) holder.
What you need
- a MyServiceNSW Account
- your name, email address and mobile number
- your postcode
- your highest level of qualification
- a list of your recent working or volunteer experience
- any hearing assistance requirements (counter hearing loop, Auslan video remote interpreting, remote live captioning).
How to book
- Check the eligibility requirements.
- Select the ‘Book an appointment' button.
- Select a careers practitioner service.
- Log in, or create your MyServiceNSW Account.
- Complete the careers practitioner booking form, selecting your preferred appointment type (virtual or in-person) and date and time for your initial phone call consultation. The booking process takes around 5 minutes to complete.
- You'll be contacted at your selected date and time.
Your first contact will be a phone call consultation that takes about 15 minutes. The purpose of the call is to better understand your career needs and match you with a careers practitioner. Your virtual or in-person appointment with a careers practitioner will be scheduled during the phone call.
- To get the most out of your initial phone call consultation:
- think about the career guidance and support you'd like to receive from your careers practitioner, as well as your current situation and what you'd like to improve
- have details of your current work and qualifications available.
- To access online career resources or for more information, please visit the Careers NSW website.
- To provide feedback, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.