Careers


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Make an appointment with Careers - Current Gungahlin College Students Only

Please drop in in person to make an appointment with us.

Want to chat about career options and opportunities? Why not make an appointment with one of our friendly Careers Advisers?

Bookings are essential during this time. 

Please note this opportunity is open to current Gungahlin College Students Only. If you are not enrolled at the college, please contact Gungahlin College on 6142 1000 to organise a meeting.

We have now transitioned back to on-campus appointments with Careers. You can find our new office and location where the Student Services office used to be.

Please note that students will need to be signed into their schoolsnet account to make an appointment, and meeting invitations will be sent to a schoolsnet email address unless otherwise requested.


Our Careers Services Include:


Key Staff:


Australian School Based Apprenticeship (ASBA)

Australian Apprenticeships combine practical work with structured learning and lead to a nationally recognised qualification. They provide Australian Apprentices with the necessary job experience to get the career they want. Australian Apprenticeships are available in over 500 occupations in an increasing range of industries. Some Australian Apprenticeships can be started while still at school and form part of a student's Year 12 Certificate.

An Australian School-based Apprenticeship (ASBA) involves the employment of a young person who is undertaking a traineeship part-time while still attending school or college and enrolled in a program leading to a senior secondary certificate.


Work Experience (WEX)

Work Experience (WEX) is an integral part of offering students an opportunity to explore a wide range of employment opportunities and have a taste of different work environments before they leave College.

Students can participate, a number of times, in WEX during their 2 years of college. WEX allows students to experience workplace expectations and requirements and is used to help students partner with a suitable employer before they start an ASBA.


Partnerships with Other Registered Training Organisations (RTO)

Students also have the opportunity to participate in other courses in partnership with other RTO's. These courses enhance the students Year 12 certificate by offering extension units that may represent part of a nationally recognised qualification. These courses carry an external cost to the student. These courses include:


Beyond School Resources

The Department of Education and Training (DET) has produced a Beyond School Study Guide (pdf, 1mb). The Guide is a digital resource for Year 10–12 students providing information about Australian Government assistance so they are able to make informed choices about their future studies. Resources include: