What we do

CEAWA’s purpose is to raise the profile of Career Development in WA Schools. We offer access to relevant resources and information, along with high-quality professional learning opportunities and events for our members.

As the leading voice for Career Education Professionals in WA along with membership and representation on the Career Industry Council of Australia (CICA), we pride ourselves on our ability to educate and create opportunities for our members.

Career Education Association of Western Australia empowers Career Advisors through connecting them to both resources and a community that delivers Career Development to our future generation.

Benefits of joining CEAWA

A local voice for Career Advisors

A local voice for Career Advisors

Our organisation is run by local Career Professionals and Practitioners, so we always act in the best interests of our members and aim to offer relevant professional learning and events.

Access to relevant resources

Access to relevant resources

As a not-for-profit organisation run by members for members, CEAWA professionals are constantly monitoring government and industry for the latest updates and resources. Members also have access to the CEAWA newsletter and Facebook  page.

National network of Career Professionals

National network of Career Professionals

CEAWA is a member of the Career Industry Council of Australia (CICA) which connects us to other industry bodies around Australia, as well as a wide network of Career Professionals.

Professional Learning opportunities

Professional Learning opportunities

CEAWA’s events and workshops provide a supportive network for Career Advisors. Opportunities are offered throughout the year focusing on current career related themes. Career Advisors receive certification of knowledge and skills achieved at these workshops and events.

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