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Youth Advisory Sessions

Access career advice and improve your job search capacity through Youth Advisory Sessions. Up to three free one-hour sessions with an experienced Job Coach are available for young people aged 15-24, either by video chat or over the phone.

About Youth Advisory Sessions

Youth Advisory Sessions are great opportunities for young people to find direction, improve job search skills and prepare for the workforce.

We’ll pair you with a Job Coach to discuss various employment-related matters and focus on what’s relevant to you.

Sessions are flexible. We can work on a single topic, like writing a resume and cover letter or delve into multiple areas, including exploring career options, finding training providers and connecting with local community services to overcome personal barriers.

We can focus on an area of your choosing or suggest a path if you’re looking for direction. The support can be valuable for young people looking for help in taking the next step.

How we can help

Workskil Australia provides support by focusing on your future and helping you achieve employment goals. We can help you with the following:

Career Planning

Identify interests and goals before exploring career options

Resume and Cover Letter

Draw attention with a professional resume and cover letter

Job Interviews

Build confidence and prepare for job interviews

Pathways to Education

Find and apply for training or courses that align with your goals

Health and Wellbeing

Access referrals to health and community services

Finding a Job

Find and keep a job that suits your interests and abilities

Apprenticeships and Traineeships

Explore these extremely worthwhile career options

Online Applications

Understand the online job application process and utilising social media

Building Motivation

Receive tips and valuable advice for staying on track towards your goals


Youth Advisory Sessions are available to people aged 15 to 24 and are registered with Workforce Australia Online.

You don’t need to be registered with a Workskil Australia employment program to access Youth Advisory Sessions.

Shania is a young First Nations woman, standing on the steps of Parliament House in Adelaide, smiling proudly. She's wearing a white ruffled collar, similar to those worn by judges, and earrings in the colours of the Aboriginal flag.

Youth Governor of the South Australian Youth Parliament

Shania, a Ndgaju, Gubrun, Bulang, Mirning, Barngarla woman, has achieved her dream job as the Youth Governor of the South Australian Youth Parliament, making her the first regional female First Nations representative to hold this position in SA.

Read Shania's Story

Find out more

To learn more about Youth Advisory Sessions and how to register, call us or submit an enquiry.


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