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MEDIA RELEASE – Look to the future at careers expo!

The Sydney Reinvent Your Career Expo is on this weekend, the 7th and 8th of September from 10am to 4pm at the Royal Hall of Industries in Moore park. The expo is Sydney’s largest adult careers and employment event for 2013, and is the only event in its genre aimed intentionally at the adult market. This creates a comfortable environment for skilled workers to discuss their needs in detail with potential employers, educators and trainers who understand the diversity of those needs that only adult career seekers have.

Reinvent Your Career Expo founder, Nicholas Ricciuti, explains, “This initiative was built intentionally for adults who may be bored with their current job, are seeking alternative challenges, a lifestyle career change, are re-entering the workforce or sourcing general career information. We simply connect organisations and people at a time when it’s right for both parties. If knowledge is power then increasing your “VQ” (Vocational Intelligence) will allow attendees to make more astute career decisions. Recognition of prior learning and experience is now being valued in areas of industry that may lead career transitioner’s into previously non-considered vocations.”

The Sydney Reinvent Your Career Expo is proudly sponsored by the Construction and Property Services Industry Skills Council (CPSISC), Construct My Career, Deakin University, Defence Force Recruiting and the Career Development Association of Australia (CDAA). The event boasts over 75 exhibitors, bringing together Australia’s leading employers, government departments, major educators and trainers with real jobs available over the two days.

Major Australian employers such as Woolworths, Battery World, Aussie, Flight Centre, Transpacific, Goodstart Early Learning, IP Australia and the Master Builders Association will be available to meet job seekers face to face to discuss potential career paths, providing a rare opportunity to skip online job applications and get real insight into what jobs are currently available.

Australia’s top educators such as: Charles Sturt University, Deakin University, TAFE NSW Western Sydney Institute, Institute of Health and Nursing Australia, The University of Sydney Business School, Southern Cross University, Think: Education Group, University of New England, University of Tasmania and many others will be at the expo to assist with upgrading and re-skilling.

Don’t miss the dynamic seminars held on both days, with topics such as Making Interviews Work for You, Discover You! Pursue a Career in Teaching, Resumes for Results!, Marketing Jobs of the Future  and Achieving Your Career Potential, vast industry information and job seeking advice will be imparted.

Free RPL assessments, free resume services, career counsellors and interactive workshops are key features of the Reinvent Your Career Expo in Sydney. Free career check-ups will be available over the weekend with the Career Development Association of Australia. Allan Gatenby, Director of Programs says, “Your career is one of the big 3 decisions you will make in life. You owe it to yourself to get help from professionals. As a professional association we believe that help should be from an accredited practitioner. That is why our members volunteer their time to provide this service at this premier event.”

If you are looking to make the transition into a new job, a new career or a new industry, then the Sydney Reinvent Your Career Expo – The Careers Event for Adults – is the event not to be missed.

Tickets are available online or at the door – $10.00 for a single day pass, $15.00 for a two-day pass and under 18’s are free. For more information or to purchase tickets please visit the Reinvent Your Career website at www.reinventyourcareer.com.au.

 

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For further information please contact:

Miranda Somers
PR and Event Coordinator
Reinvent Your Career
Phone: 03 98662111
Email: miranda@reinventyourcareer.com.au

 

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