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Career Advice Centres

If you need advice on your learning and work options, please visit a walk-in centre

If you are not near a centre and can telephone, call 0860 111 673. You can also ask for a call back, send a "Please Call Me" to 072 204 5056.




Information on Post-school Options and Careers

Making a career choice is one of the most important decisions a person makes. It is therefore imperative that the necessary information and advice is made available to everyone who needs to make such a decision.

Subject Choice and Career Path

A new curriculum was introduced for Grade 10 - 12 as from January 2006. A number of new subjects has been introduced and the curriculum has been stream-lined...

Information for Parents

The Employment Trends in South Africa resource, can be used to finalise your study path after High School. Explore the various trends below to make an...

KHETHA - Apply NOW!

If you are in Grade 12 you are about to enter one of the most exiting phases of your life, that of furthering your education and training... download >>


2014 Post School Opportunities

Minister of Higher Education & Training announces the post-school opportunities such as learnerships, internships and apprenticeships offered by SETAs

Khetha Radio Campaign

Theme for the month: Public Sector Opportunities
This week's topic: Safety & Security
Target: Youth out of school and employment

Post School Publication

A guide with relevant information to assist you to make the right career choice. Limited copies are available in Braille. For copies, please send your request to help@careerhelp.org.za ... download >>


CAS Intermediaries

Intermediaries are career advisers that attend events; they share knowledge and information and give career advice at the events. Find out how to contact them....

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Thought for the Day

"Appearances matter — and remember to smile." - Nelson Mandela.