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The world of work is changing rapidly. Jobs have successfully emerged that didn’t exist five or ten years ago. And the idea of sticking with one career for your entire working life has been left in the dust. People consult career counselors when they face a “natural” crossroads: having to choose the best career option after 12th, school, college, the field of study or one from a number of employment opportunities. A second group consults career counselors when they doubt whether they have made the appropriate choice in terms of schools, subjects, universities or careers. In all these cases, the future is already upon them: “the old” – what used to work – it no longer does.

Admission Hire Career Counsellor Will:

  • Conduct a Career Aptitude test to determine your Skills & interests & Help you identify the factors influencing your career development through counseling courses.
  • Help you understand who you are and what you want of your education, your career, and your life.
  • Be someone for you to talk to about your thoughts, ideas, feelings, and concerns about your career choices, who will help you sort out, organize, and make sense of your thoughts and feelings.
  • Help you find resources and sources of career information. Being a career specialist, we will guide and support you with every step, right from the initial counseling sessions, assessments, counseling courses, going through tough decision to help you make the right career choices and lead your path to a new horizon of success.
  • Help you to determine next steps and develop a structured plan to achieve your goals.

Career Counselling Process:

A Career Counselling process typically follows the process identified below, although many variations can occur depending on the circumstances.

A Career Counselling process typically follows the process identified below, although many variations can occur depending on the circumstances.

  • Meeting with the counselor to learn about the process and clarify your goals.
  • Enhance self-understanding, which include identifying life, educational and work experiences, as well as completing some assessments to help clarify your interests, abilities, values and personal preferences.
  • Generate career options that will be a good fit for you.
  • Gather information about career options, which may include day-to-day work activities, job availability and location, trends, and educational and training requirements.
  • Finally, Make decisions and plans based on what is best for you.