Career Transition Assistance

Why choose Global Skills CTA?

Global Skills Career Transition Assistance is a 75 hour program delivered over 5 weeks to assist mature-aged job seekers to identify how to take advantage of their skills and experience when applying for jobs in the current labour market.

Our CTA Trainers tailor a program based on an in-depth understanding of your needs and an assessment of your ability to use a range of different technologies. We offer Trainers who are experienced employment services professionals who continue to receive extraordinary feedback from job seekers about their CTA experience

How do I access Global Skills CTA program?

To participate in CTA you must be aged 45 years and over and registered with either: Workforce Australia Services, Workforce Australia Services Online or Disability Employment Services (DES). 

Ask your provider for a referral or if you are a Workforce Australia Services Online participant, refer yourself online.

Alternatively, you can email CTA@globalskills.com.au

What services does CTA offer?

  • Identify your existing skills and how they transfer to other jobs or industries
  • Update and tailor your CV, job applications and cover letters for the jobs you want to apply for
  • Build your skills and confidence to use every-day technologies such as computers, tablets and smart phones
  • Explore your goals and motivations
  • Explore job opportunities in your local area, and the skills you might need for these jobs
  • Improve your skills to apply for jobs online, and to use simple technology found in different workplaces
  • Apply for jobs online and follow up job applications
  • Learn about different workplaces and industries with employer visits
  • Access hidden jobs that aren’t advertised via your Trainer and our Marketing Team
  • Develop a plan specifically for you, with steps for marketing yourself to employers and ways you can boost your chances of securing the job you want

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