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Career Development Webinar (Understanding Key Selection Criteria)

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Understanding Key Selection Criteria and Smashing the Interview!

Reading and understanding what an employer wants in an application and then delivering it in an interview are two crucial skills when landing your dream role.

In this workshop, we will unpack how to give you confidence when you need it most and demonstrate your skills and knowledge on paper and in the interview room.

Tyson is a qualified career counsellor and coach who believes everyone should have the opportunity to design a career and life that aligns with their values. He loves running workshops that allow people to grow as individuals and build positive social connections while contributing to their communities while helping others thrive along the way.

Tyson has worked with students, professional athletes and executives across all aspects of career development, career transition and life design. He also runs a podcast called the Arrive & Thrive podcast which you can access on all major platforms. To date, Arrive & Thrive has served over 6000 individuals through their workshops and career content and donate 10% of their programs back into charity causes that align with their values.

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The Australian College of Applied Psychology has been delivering specialist courses in applied psychology since 1983 and is a leader in the field. We cover a broad range of courses including counselling, criminology, psychology, social work, case management, and coaching.

Our higher education Counselling degrees are accredited by the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA) and our Psychology degrees are accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC). ACAP’s Social Work courses have been provisionally accredited by the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW), the body that sets the benchmarks for professional education and practice in social work. 

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