Careers 3 October 2018

What Can I Be

Australian statistics suggest that you will make a career change 5-7 times during your work life. At ACE Community
Colleges we highly recommend career pathway planning to assist guide your decision making and maximise your learning selection.

We specialise in Early Childhood Education and Community Services, two of the strongest growing industries in our nation with hundreds of role possibilities and employment prospects.

One of the most frequently asked questions here at ACE is ‘what can I be’. Today we are spending a little time unpacking what types of jobs you can start working towards in these fields.

Early Childhood Education
Depending on your qualification level your job outlook includes – Early Childhood Educator, Child Carer, Supervisor, Centre Manager, Teacher, Learning Mentor, Community Education Officer and Student Advisor. Go here for your Education career pathway map and begin.

Community Services
There are more than 50 roles under the Health & Community banner and these include Disability Service Officer, Care Assistant, Personal Care Worker, Residential Aide, Behaviour Support Officer, Employment Coordinator (Disability), Youth Worker, Residential Support Worker, Indigenous Youth Worker, Family Support Worker, Welfare Support Worker, Community Support Worker, Assistance in Nursing (AIN), In-home Respite Worker, Care Team Leader.

You can apply now, begin your study before the end of the year and be ready for that next career opening when you see it.

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