• Choices, options and alternatives; we always have them. Be prepared for opportunity. You will discover confidence knowing that you have core strengths and skills that you will take with you through all of your decisions. slider_img_1
  • Fit in but stand out. Uniqueness is essential to progress, but progress cannot sustain without common threads. When you discover that balance, you can optimize your potential. slider_img_2
  • Step out of the box. Dream big and take action. Open your mind to a global way of thinking to enrich your life. You will quickly discover more than one solution, and inevitably create insights for a deeper understanding of self and others. slider_img_3
  • Prepare for change. Evolve. Change is inevitable. Learn the ways of time and place to optimize your future and actively take a step towards unlocking your potential. You will fly higher and discover a more organic self. slider_img_4
  • We are all human. That, at least, we have in common. Connect. Celebrate diversity, learning inclusion, empathy and connectedness. You will build long lasting and positive relationships. With Image Power Australia, you will discover people and the human qualities that bind us. slider_img_5
  • Discover opportunities and accelerate to your career with Image Power Australia. The unique Employment Advantage Program is Nationally Accredited and Endorsed by the Curriculum Council of WA. This renowned training program has assisted thousands of people into employment. You will discover how to work smarter, not harder. slider_img_6
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The Employment Advantage

The_Employment_Advantage_1Applying for your first job, considering career advancement or re-entering the workforce can be a daunting task. Understanding the employment process and the job market can make your aspirations a reality.

It doesn’t matter how old you are, where you come from or your current situation; the fundamental job search processes remain the same.

Since we began delivering our Employment Advantage Program, we have assisted many thousands of people of various ages and stages of life, into employment.

Our clients have included secondary school students, university graduates, professionals, disabilities services clients, trades and technical people.

The_Employment_Advantage_3The Employment Advantage is a Nationally Accredited ONLINE training program providing the latest skills, knowledge and best practice advice to give you a thorough understanding of employer decision making practices and job search processes.

You will receive a résumé, a letter of introduction, a letter of application, job search resources, and a unique Certificate of Completion registered with the Australian Government.
 
 

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