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Finished year 12 and not sure what to do next? Take the Quiz!

Don’t worry, you’re not alone! Many students find themselves in a similar situation after finishing high school. Feeling uncertain about your future path is completely normal. That’s why we’ve created a helpful quiz to guide you in the right direction.

The quiz assesses your interests, strengths, and goals. Answer questions to discover career paths that match your passions and skills, gaining valuable insights along the way. This quiz can help you discover options for studying, starting a business, finding a career, or finding help.

The quiz gives you options and details on how to start and where to get help. This way, you can make an informed decision about your future and have a clearer understanding of your next steps.

Remember, this quiz is just a starting point. Keeping an open mind and continuing to think about what interests you is important. Talk to experts, attend career events, consider internships or apprenticeships, or join a recruitment agency to enter the workforce.

Additionally, don’t forget to consider your personal values and long-term goals. Choosing your next steps based on your values and what will bring you fulfilment is crucial. Do you want to start working, have a gap year, gain experience in different industries, or meet new people?

Lastly, don’t be afraid to seek guidance from career advisors, teachers, or mentors. They can provide valuable advice and help you navigate through the plethora of options available to you. This can be an exciting time in your life. With the right guidance, you can find a path to a fulfilling and successful future.

So, take a deep breath, relax, and let the quiz be your starting point on this exciting journey. Being unsure now is fine, but by exploring and reflecting on yourself, you’ll find the right path for you. Good luck!

I want help to get a job

If you are looking to get a job, there are a range of ways ETC helps you get your foot in the door! Check out some of the ways we can help:

Work trials and work experience in industries you are interested in

Personalised 1-on-1 support to help you reach your employment & training goals

Help to register for Centrelink or, if you aren’t eligible, other job seeker programs

Prefer to start your own business? Explore what it takes to be self-employed and get the support you need

Help and support to overcome barriers to employment like an illness, injury or disability

I want help to start training

There is a range of training services available. At ETC we are a Registered Training Organisation (RTO6998) which means our certified courses are recognised across Australia. Check out what training options we can provide:

Short Courses, like a 1 day RSA or RCG course, are great if you want to train quickly and find work faster

Full qualifications can take 1 to 4 years to complete and include Certificate II to Diploma

Traineeships and Apprenticeships can take 1 to 4 years to finish and let you earn money while you learn

ETC offers a range of employment and training programs personalised to you. The Australian Government subsidises these programs, so there’s no cost to you*.

* Please note that ETC may provide different services across our operating footprint in different locations. Eligibility criteria may also apply. To find out more about what services we offer in each region, check out our location page >

Why should you choose ETC? We care!

We are a not-for-profit and registered charity that provides employment and training services. We help people overcome their personal challenges and barriers so they can find sustainable work.

We also help the community by supporting various charities through our support fund.

Here are just some of the Organisations we’ve helped:

PCYC’s and Youth Hubs

Camp Quality


FAQ’s – Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to be receiving Centrelink to join ETC?

It depends on your personal circumstances. There are a variety of programs available and you could be eligible even without being registered with Centrelink. Contact ETC to learn more >

How much does an ETC course cost?

There are a variety of subsidies available depending on your circumstances. Subsidies are provided through the Government and may be available via the NSW Government’s Smart and Skilled program or the Queensland Government’s Skills Assure. Fill out the enquiry form to speak with one of our training advisors to check your eligibility >

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