Support Your Teen With Career Choices &
to Build Their Future Career

You child is unique and when personally empowered with effective life skills, career clarity, and direction they are more likely to thrive navigating the final years of school, leaving school, choosing a vocational or University course or starting work.

The world as we knew it has changed. Knowing how to support your child with their career choices is challenging for most parents and guardians. Despite the loving care and support from parents and teachers many teens still have no idea about how to identify their strengths and interests or what they want to do after leaving school.

 

Other teens may be clearer about their career however feel anxious about grades and the avalanche of confusing choices on offer. This lack of career direction and self-awareness leads to issues of self-doubt, self-confidence, self-esteem and self-worth. Which can have a wider adverse impact with handling peer pressure and the complex external challenges youth face today.

STUDIES HAVE SHOWN THAT PARENTS HAVE THE MOST IMPACT ON A CHILD’S CAREER

Often indecision at this crucial young age comes from lack of confidence. It can also result in aimless course-hopping, potentially  money wasted on unfulfilling courses, being unhappy at work and anxious about the future.

Parents as Career Coaches can help you support your child in gaining the clairty and confidence needed to make their next steps in the right direction. 

In This Workshop

You can ask any questions you may have and will learn;

Parents as Career Coaches is Ideal For

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Teachers as Career Coaches

PARENTS WANT THEIR CHILDREN TO BE HAPPY

Annette Hurely

“May our youth know their authentic self. Explore their unlimited potential. Realise how powerful they are. Know that they have the power within to change their life for the better, create a successful career doing what they love and a part of the collective help make our world a better place.”

Annette Hurley –
Founder and Managing Director of The Career College 
& Mother of four young adults