Transition to Employment workshops

If you are serious about developing a successful career and want to upgrade your career management skills, come along to the next GSA Transition To Employment Workshops and additional webinars.

Webinars (open to all grad students)

These online webinars are open and free to all graduate students. There is no application needed, just a booking by clicking the link next to each event.

  • Webinar: How to write a standout CV – Mon 19 September, 10am – 11am. Click HERE for more info and to book.
  • Webinar: How to leverage the power of LinkedIn – Mon 19 September, 1pm – 2pm. Click HERE for more info and to book.
  • Webinar: How to secure a part-time job while studying – Tue 20 September, 10am – 11am. Click HERE for more info and to book.
  • Webinar: How to interview confidently – Tue 20 September, 1pm – 2pm. Click HERE for more info and to book.
Transition to employment workshops

These employment workshops are a deep-dive into how to best transition from study to the workforce and require an application, as we have limited places.

There are three streams to choose from

  1. Transition To Employment workshops for international students
  2. Transition To Employment for mature aged students
  3. Transition To Employment for academics
Learn more

Watch Sean, from Future Career Design (formerly CV Writers) as he explains more about what to expect from these intensive workshop programs.

Each workshop program involves 2 x 4.5-hour intensive workshops covering everything you need to transition into employment including career planning, CV writing, leveraging LinkedIn, labour market trends, market research, recruitment tactics and interview training. There are limited numbers to these workshops so first in, first served.

Feedback from previous students
  • 100% of students felt more confident in career planning as a direct result of attending this workshop
  • 91% of students felt more confident in understanding job ads and position descriptions
  • 100% of students felt more confident in writing their CV
  • 100% of students felt more confident in using LinkedIn for career development
  • 91% of students felt more confident in networking (build a career community)
  • 100% of students felt more confident in finding job opportunities
  • 100% of students felt more confident in preparing job applications
  • 100% of students felt more confident in interviewing
  • 100% of responses said they strongly agree that they were satisfied with the materials provided before, during, and after the workshop
  • 87% of students found it so valuable, they would have paid a fee for the program
Learning outcomes

Each workshop will explore the following topics, where you will receive resources and tactics on:

  • Planning your career
  • Personal branding
  • CV writing
  • Using LinkedIn for career development
  • Cover letters and selection criteria
  • Recruitment tactics
  • Interview training.

The content will be targeted and specific for the needs of the group.

There are only 18 spots available in each intake. Don’t miss out, register right now using the form below!

Upcoming dates and events

Students must register and attend BOTH sessions of their respective group.

  • International Students: Tuesday 4 AND Tuesday 11 October  FULL – applications now closed. Please check back next semester for more workshops
  • Mature Age: Wednesday 5 AND Wednesday 12 October
  • Academics: Thursday 6 AND Thursday 13 October

Please note that all sessions will be run via Zoom, apply below.

Future Career Design - Semester 2 Application
First given name
Surname / Family name
Confirm email
Please select your preferred workshop stream: *
Please note, you need to be available for both sessions of your selected intake. Sessions run 10am-2.30pm.
No more than 250 words
No more than 250 words

Privacy consent

GSA will use the information provided in this form to assess your application and/or provide you with services. By checking the box below, you agree for GSA to collect and store your personal information, under the terms laid out in the Privacy Policy.

Privacy consent *