World of Work Workshop
It can be an increase in income, responsibility, purpose or improvement in culture and it’s dependent on a variety of factors. Not only do you need to consider your personal attributes, commitments and lifestyle but you have to match them with both the Global and Local economy, and the Community. The Hobajing World of Work [or W.O.W.] workshops aim to bring individuals together to bounce ideas off each other, participate in activities and leave knowing a little more about their career options than when they walked in.
Each workshop contains a general introduction to the world of work and then centres on the specific challenges of the group type, such as working without a license for Teens, or tackling technology for Babyboomers.� Due to the hands on activities, numbers are kept to six, eight and twelve. Unless otherwise stated, all events are three hours in length and are combination of comical biography, group work and individual participation. Price per Workshop is $85 per person.
To request a place or for more information, please email the following details to firstname.lastname@example.org. You will be sent an information pack on your preferred workshop, and upon payment, will receive some preliminary activities.
Contact Phone and Email
Preferred Session [as below]
Preferred Date and Time
Description of Current Working Status: Just a few paragraphs to share what your starting point is
W.O.W. In A Nutshell
We look at what building a Career requires in modern Suburban Australia including the local landscape, the global outlook and …. Participants learn about transferable skill, the ‘hire me’ attitude and strategies to keep you focused in the tough competition that is the World Of Work.�
W.O.W. With A P Plate
Choosing a Career for the next ten years brings many obstacles when you’re not sure where you want to be next Tuesday. With a P Plate centres on the World of Work for Teenagers, and shares some strategies for finding, keeping and increasing employability.�
W.O.W. Over The Hill
There are many of us, including me, over the age of forty and diving into a territory that has completely changed since we first started working over twenty five years ago. No Commonwealth Employment Service, No knocking on doors, No polite letter returned stating we didn’t get the job. Over the Hill introduces the basic framework of the Australian World of Work including the unique concerns of the� Mature Jobseeker.
W.O.W. From The Empty Nest
For those who devoted their years to raising children to adults,�it can be uncomfortable trying to re-enter a workforce that doesn’t seem to recognise our level of skill. From the Empty Nest, introduces the basic framework of the World of Work and the challenges of those who have been out of the game raising their brood.