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Path to Employment

We will assist veterans in defining what their career path could look like by following our step-by-step guide, which focuses on personal characteristics, current skills and qualifications, examples of careers, identification of training gaps, salary expectations, and to offer some examples of career paths that can all help the veteran to choose what careers can be pursued within different industries.

 

Once this is evident, we may determine if any training or qualifications need to be achieved.

Outline Career Goals

Before determining on an employment opportunity, we will encourage the veteran to reflect on themselves by asking and responding to questions about their ideal occupation. Active reflection aids in focusing the options to something more definite.

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Create a Career Plan

Once the possibilities have been broken down, we think about setting career milestones for veterans.  We will identify the position or career advancements that could be attained at these later dates. After that, we will look into the options for achieving those objectives. The veterans might need to enrol in training courses, look for particular tasks, or apply for prerequisite positions.

By establishing career goals, we can develop a plan based on what progress can be expected.

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Personality Type

A personality type is a collection of personality characteristics that can be categorised.  There are severaltests that we can undertake with the veterans to figure out their personality type, and many of them concentrate on how a person reacts in certain circumstances. Different personality types might have distinct abilities, such as occupations, and naturally have different interests and different strengths.


Various personality tests offer lists of typical jobs for each personality type. When you take a variety of tests, one or two professions are probably worth examining with the veteran if they appear on more than one test.

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Assess Current Position

We will now look more closely at the veterans' present credentials, experience, and skills.  To determine what was accomplished and to identify talents, we will evaluate past employment.  We'll examine current qualifications and how they relate to the ones needed for the listed job roles.  Making a list of current abilities, credentials, and areas of specialisation can help us evaluate the veterans' current skill set. We will make an effort to track out any feedback of the veterans' technical, interpersonal, and people-management abilities. This assessment can help in focusing on a career that matches the person.

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Note Interests

An individual may have interests that are particularly suited for certain jobs depending on their personality. In order to determine the activities that the veteran enjoys, we will look at any hobbies, prior volunteer experiences, and interests. Even though this information isn't relevant in a professional setting, making a list of activities can help to focus on a particular career path.

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Identify Core Values

Focusing on a career that is gratifying might be made easier by identifying a persons basic principles. By undertaking this part of the process, we may discover professions or specialty areas that the veteran will appreciate. We can offer guidance in making a list of the traits that the veteran believes a business or its workers should possess.  This list might be helpful for finding potential companies and employment openings that adhere to these beliefs as well as for prospective employers to learn more about the veteran if they are thinking about the "Adopt a Veteran" scheme.

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Considering Salary Requirements

Incomes for various professional routes might range widely. With the use of this information, you may estimate your prospective earnings both now and in the future once you've accumulated some training and experience. Although a high pay is by no means a guarantee of a fulfilling employment, it is an important consideration when charting your career path.

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Finalise Career Plan & Training Courses

At this point, we take all we've learned into account, and a clear Career Path will have been developed, complete with a career option, any necessary training courses, and a timeline.  The next step is to locate and reserve the pertinent courses as soon as possible, and we will assist with this phase.

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