“Easy to follow, handy visual when explaining… (to) people wanting to find an apprenticeship” (Jayne, Field Consultant, JobNet Tasmania)
Job seekers of any age will have varying skills and experience. They might be looking at entry level positions, to progress within their current industry, or to move into a new area at a similar level. The Job Pathways Charts can help job seekers identify what their next step might be.
For someone getting into the job market for the first time, or making a career change, the Job Pathways Charts can show the different levels someone might enter at, and the progression from that point onwards. Some job seekers may be looking for an entry level job with training at a lower level, while others may want to step into a higher-level occupation and training.
Individuals who are looking for career progression will find the charts useful to identify different options to further their career. In the online charts, each of the occupations has a link to a Job & Training Description that gives further information about that occupation and the training that can lead to it.
If a job seeker is looking to move into a new role without a promotion, the charts can be used to identify similar role in the same industry stream and level as their current experience. They may also wish to look at other streams within the industry for other career options.
Tip: The online Job Pathways Charts are interactive, linking to the Job & Training Descriptions for more details about specific occupations.