Importance of Career Development 4 Step Planning Process

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The career development process is the proactive planning and implementing of steps towards your career goals. It's the ongoing process of managing your life, learning and work. http://focusyourcareer.com.au/

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Career Focus Can Help With a Suite of Career Development Services to Assist you at Various Stages of Your Career Journey

You Can Use The Four Step Planning Process Whether You Are::

You Can Use The Four Step Planning Process Whether You Are: Step 1: Knowing Yourself Step 2: Finding Out Step 3: Making Decisions Step 4: Taking Action

Step 1: Knowing Yourself:

Step 1: Knowing Yourself Begin by asking yourself the following questions: Where am I at now? Where do I want to be? What do I want out of a job or career? What do I like to do? What are my strengths? What is important to me?

Step 2: Finding Out:

Step 2 : Finding Out This step is about exploring the occupations and learning areas that interest you. Explore occupations that interest you and ask yourself how do my skills and interests match up with these occupations? Where are the gaps?

Step 2: Finding Out:

Step 2: Finding Out What options do I have to gain these skills or qualify for these occupations?  What skills do I need? Where is the work?

Step 3: Making Decisions:

Step 3: Making Decisions This step involves comparing your options, narrowing down your choices and thinking about what suits you best at this point in time. 

Step 3: Making Decisions:

Step 3: Making Decisions Ask yourself: What are my best work/training options? How do they match with my skills, interests and values? How do they fit with the current labour market?

Step 3: Making Decisions:

Step 3: Making Decisions How do they fit with my current situation and responsibilities? What are the advantages and disadvantages of each option? What will help and what will hinder me? What can I do about it?

Step 4: Taking Action:

Step 4: Taking Action Here you plan the steps you need to take to put your plan into action. Use all you have learnt about your skills, interests and values together with the information you have gathered about the world of work to create your plan.

Step 4: Taking Action:

Step 4: Taking Action Begin by asking yourself: What actions/steps will help me achieve my work, training and career goals? Where can I get help? Who will support me?

Step 4: Taking Action:

Step 4: Taking Action At the end of this step you will have: A plan to help you explore your options further ( eg work experience, work shadowing or more research) A plan which sets out the steps to help you achieve your next learning or work goal.

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Decide which step is relevant for you right now and start from there.

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