Experienced in delivering group presentations and workshops to Year 9-12 and tertiary students, we guarantee an age relevant, interactive and engaging session which will prepare students  and young adults for their first part-time job or their transition from education to the workplace.

We can deliver presentations to over 100 participants or workshops to smaller groups, depending on the student’s needs and the topics you would like delivered. Our presentation & workshop topics include:


Cover letters & resumes can be delivered as a presentation for larger groups or a hands on workshop for smaller groups with more time. During the session participants will gain knowledge of:

  • the purpose of cover letters and resumes
  • the transferrable skills they have
  • how to structure a cover letter and resume
  • the different types of resumes and when to use them
  • what information to include in a resume

Templates for a resume and cover letter can be provided when booking this session for use in class or distribution to students for working on at home.

Note: If booking a workshop for cover letters & resumes, the group will need to be no more than 12 participants, and the session will need to be approx. 2 hours long. Each participants will need to have access to a computer with Microsoft Word during the workshop.


Everything you need to know to get that job! This is an interactive session that will give participants a great understand of what employers are looking for at a job interview and how to approach the difficult questions they could be asked.  At the end of this session students will have knowledge of:

  • the purpose of job interviews
  • how to prepare for an interview
  • appropriate dress for different types of interviews
  • how to make a good first impression
  • different types of interviews – phone, face-to-face, group,etc
  • types of questions to expect and how to answer them
  • the do’s and don’ts of an interview


With it believed that somewhere between 50-80% of all available jobs are not advertised and make up the ‘hidden’ job market, it is essential that young people know how to access these jobs and can use their personal networks to do so. In this session, participants will:

  • learn what the hidden job market is
  • gain an understanding of what networking is
  • develop a list of their own networks and learn how this network can help them to find work
  • gain strategies for managing uncomfortable networking situations
  • gain an understanding of how to increase their network through LinkedIn and other avenues (this will only be covered with Year 12 & up)


If you have limited work history, or haven’t worked before, it can be difficult to understand what an employer expects or what behaviours you should be demonstrating in the workplace. This session will clear up any misconceptions and will ensure young people know what to expect when they enter the workforce. At the completion of this session participants will have gained an understanding of:

  • what a good work ethic is
  • what behaviours employers expect within the workplace
  • how to manage common issues like lateness, what to do if you are sick, etc
  • how to effectively communicate
  • their workplace rights and where to go for advice

All facilitators have experience & relevant qualifications in training, a background in careers or recruitment, and hold a current Working with Children Check and Police Check.