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Minlaton District School Careers

Our aim is to provide you with all the latest information that will help you make decisions about your future career and your life beyond school.

You can use this site to locate University, TAFE and any other type of course across Australia, get information about the SACE, search for job vacancies and much more. Feel free to drop into the Careers Office if you have any questions.

Flinders University Webinar Series

Flinders University have provided the following information regarding their 2020 Webinar Program. Given the current Covid-19 situation, many of the regular university visits to Minlaton District School will not occur. Selecting webinars relevant to you is an excellent way to explore opportunities and pathways available after school. Content is suitable for all students in yYears 8 - 12.


Federation University, Ballarat - Virtual Open Day

Digital copy of Federation University Course Guide 2020 can be found at:

Our Virtual Open Day will start on Sunday 16th August and continue to be available for several months. We encourage you to register online for this event at:


TAFE SA Apprenticeship & Traineeship Live Information Events

Designed for students, teachers, VET coordinators and parents, TAFE SA brings you close to an hour of power about the opportunities that await apprentices and trainees of tomorrow.
Given that 42 of the 50 careers predicted to have the highest growth will need technical skills, like the ones you get through an apprenticeship and traineeship, this is an important event not to miss.

Hosted by Mark 'Thomo' Thomas from Fresh FM both events will include a panel of experts who will be able to answer all of your questions along the way.

The panel includes:

  • Apprenticeship Network Providers: MEGT and Mas National
  • Industry representative: SA Power Networks
  • Successful TAFE SA apprentices and trainees
  • Current TAFE SA apprenticeship lecturers

Join us as Thomo uncovers topics including:

     > How to get to get started with an apprenticeship or traineeship.

     > Whose door to knock on to get a head start.

     > What industries are hiring right now ?

      > What are the perks?

      > Fact vs fiction and more.

Sit back, relax and hear about all the great benefits for completing an apprenticeship or traineeship, and learn what the actual difference is between the two.


Date: Wednesday 28 October 2020
Time: 12noon - 12:45pm
Register for link

Enjoy from the comfort of your home, classroom or wherever your WI-FI is buzzing.


Date: Wednesday 4 November 2020
Location: TAFE SA Adelaide City Campus 
Time: 5:45pm for a 6:00pm start – 7:00pm

Join our panel on campus and chat to our expert presenters before or after the session. 

Register here:

School Leavers Information Kit

Dear Students,
The School Leavers Information Kit has been developed to help you understand the education, training and career opportunities and pathways available to you in 2021.
Transitioning from school can sometimes be challenging and COVID-19 has presented some additional challenges. The aim of this kit is to help support you in making decisions about your next steps after leaving school and to equip you with resources to be better informed about your education, training and work options.
The National Career Institute’s (NCI) School Leavers Information Kit has been especially developed to help you at this time and includes:
?        resources to support you to make decisions about the right career and pathway for you to get there post-school
?        information on work and education options such as university, vocational education and training (VET), apprenticeships, volunteering and community service
?        tips and resources to help you update your resume and apply for jobs
?        resources outlining government funding support and subsidies available to you.
The NCI has also set up the School Leavers Information Service. This is a free support to help navigate the School Leavers Information Kit and the NCI’s Your Career website as well as an opportunity to engage with a personalised career guidance session with a qualified career practitioner for up to 45 minutes. You can contact the service by phone on 1800 CAREER (1800 227 337), by texting ‘SLIS2020’ to 0429 009 435 or by email at
You can visit the School Leavers Information Kit at