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Interest Guide Report

Name: Emily Harrison


Date: 13 March 2017
Adviser: Cosi Schirrpia
Report Date: 20 March 2017

Servite College
134 Cape Street,Tuart Hill,WA,6060
(08) 94446333

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Name Organisation Account Type Educational Level Group


Emily Harrison Servite College Young People Four

Interest and Career Guidance

My idea of being happier


Interest is one of the most powerful
motivating factors. Indeed its so rewarding
that people will pay a lot of money, expend a
lot of energy, and in some cases, like
mountaineering, risk life and limb, just to
satisfy their interests.

Not everyone is driven by such


intensity of interest, but most of us
have some areas of activity that we
find intrinsically satisfying. When we
engage in it we become happier,
more positive, and more productive.

Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?
'That depends a good deal on where you want to get to,' said the Cat.
'I don't much care where -' said Alice.
'Then it doesn't matter which way you go,' said the Cat.
'- so long as I get SOMEWHERE,' Alice added as an explanation.
'Oh, you're sure to do that,' said the Cat, 'if you only walk long enough.

Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland

Your career is a life-long journey. Starting out in the best direction for you is crucial. And establishing your
occupational interests is an important first step. It sets the broad Job areas which will be most suitable (based on
what youve told Career Voyage).

Your personal occupational interest profile, with descriptions, is on the following pages.

Carefully read your report. Most people are happy with the result. But if there is anything which doesnt seem quite
right, you should talk to your career adviser. Remember you can always go back and change anything if you need to.

Once you are happy with your Interest Profile, the next section will ask you to respond to additional critically
important Job Factors, helping you to further focus your individual career plans. Career Voyage will generate 20 (or
40) suitable Job Suggestions, and guide you to explore your most suitable options.

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Emily Harrison Servite College Young People Four

Interest Guide Report


You chose entry level 4 - Vocational Education and Training (TAFE) qualifications are essential
Level of Skill
Year 12 completion preferred (essential in some cases). Background in specific subjects may be required for entry to
certain courses.
Training for Adults
You would probably be required to complete a Certificate IV, Diploma or Advanced Diploma at an institute of TAFE
over 2 to 3 years full time (or equivalent part time). Training may include periods of supervised work placement.

From the answers you gave to the Interest Guide the computer has worked out how you feel about 6 Types of Interest.
Here is your interest profile:

Manually Adjusted Interest Profile

Strong Like

Like

Not Mind

Dislike

Strong Dislike

Type 1 Type 2 Type 3 Type 4 Type 5 Type 6

The above chart indicates how much you like each of the six interest types described below:

You have a strong like for Interest Type 4 - Art, craft and design
Art, craft or design work attracts you. This type of work requires practical skill, artistic knowledge or creative ability.
Designing clothes, jewellery, furniture or wallpaper or illustrating books are the kinds of things that appeal to you.
You would like being involved in the improvement of the style and appearance or goods or planning colour
schemes or lighting. Other areas which interest you are graphic art, photography, films or cartoon drawing.

You don't mind Interest Type 5 - Caring for people


The sort of work where you would be responsible for the welfare of individuals or families is work you may not
mind doing. You could be counselling people, advising them or giving them guidance. This work requires
understanding and insight as well as sympathy and skill in giving people advice and help. It includes hospital work,
the care of children, the rehabilitation of criminals, work with people with special needs or care of the mentally ill.
Check through this description. There may be some parts which you enjoy as well as some which you do not enjoy.

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You like Interest Type 6 - Writing and talking


Work which requires skill in writing or speaking and a good knowledge of grammar seems to appeal to you. This
could include writing essays, articles and reports. You might enjoy acting, performing in public, taking part in
debates, broadcasting or giving talks. You may like using languages and interviewing people. Library work and
other areas which require an interest in books, literature, theatre or poetry might attract you too.

You dislike Interest Type 2 - Animals, plants and nature


You do not seem to like the type of work where you can use a knowledge of biology and chemistry. This
knowledge could be used to plan and organise farming, forestry or horticultural projects or to carry out laboratory
work. You may not enjoy being involved in the study of plant or animal breeding, rearing animals or looking after
crops or advising other people about these things. You may not like analysing laboratory specimens or testing
them using laboratory apparatus. Work where you would be helping others to treat people or animals may not
interest you.

You dislike Interest Type 3 - Shops, offices and accounts


Perhaps you are not interested in organising, managing and supervising office and sales work. Bargaining and
negotiating agreements and settling disputes may not appeal, neither may planning the advertising and of selling
goods. Working with figures, carrying out financial calculations and giving advice on money matters are other
areas in which you might not want to be involved.

You have a strong dislike for Interest Type 1 - Technical work, science and engineering
You do not enjoy work which involves designing, developing, inventing and building new products for science and
engineering. These products include machines, roads, ships, technical equipment and scientific instruments.
Setting up and using laboratory apparatus to carry out tests does not appeal to you, nor does drawing up plans for
electrical or electronic circuits and inspecting these for faults. You will not be interested in solving technical
problems, doing calculations or using computers either.

You chose entry level 4 - Vocational Education and Training (TAFE)


qualifications are essential.
Before you Train
Year 12 completion preferred (essential in some cases). Background in specific subjects may be required for entry to
certain courses.

Training for Young People


You would probably be required to complete a Certificate IV, Diploma or Advanced Diploma at an institute of TAFE
over 2 to 3 years full time (or equivalent part time). Training may include periods of supervised work placement.

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