The Student Induction will be held at Edith Cowan University on Tuesday 6th February 2024.
CareerLink students are offered a broad range of Vocational Education and Training courses that are nationally accredited, leading to a qualification as detailed in the specific flyer. These courses are conducted at the respective training campus at a variety of locations.
Applications will be submitted online with the URL links provided by your school VET Coordinator.
Former students tell how they achieved success through CareerLink.
CareerLink helped me to identify my true passion which is in the field of health and safety. My advice is to make the most of the experience, as participating in CareerLink is laying the foundation for your career!
CareerLink provided me with excellent assistance from staff in areas such as coaching, mentoring, career advice and direction. My advice to students is that you want your chosen career to be full of excitement, opportunities and hopefully become a vocation and not just a job.
CareerLink was established in 1998 by the principals of the member schools. The aim of the project is to provide Vocational Education and Training (VET) opportunities in collaboration with industry for workplace learning experiences. Both VET courses and workplace learning enables a student to gain credit towards Secondary Graduation – WA Certificate of Education.
Our graduates featured in the CareerLink Champion’s Honour Board have provided testimonials to demonstrate that students have the capacity to achieve success. Students are provided with a range of opportunities resulting in offers of further study, apprenticeships or traineeships and employment. We are a staff focused on assisting students to achieve success in liaison with your School VET Coordinator. You are most welcome to contact our office to find out how you can achieve success through CareerLink.Read More