What is career guidance?

Career Guidance helps individuals identify their own strengths, interests, personality preferences and values, and then match them with potential career choices.

Career guidance is essential for all individuals, regardless of their age, gender, or background. It can help young adults make informed decisions about further education and employment opportunities. It can help adults explore new career options, find ways to advance in their current position, and understand how to balance work and family life.

It can also help the elderly make decisions about retirement and how to make the most of their remaining years.

What is Skill Development?

Skill development is the process of acquiring and honing skills in order to improve one’s ability to perform certain tasks. It is a crucial part of professional and personal development, as it helps to increase the effectiveness of a person’s abilities, making them more capable of reaching their goals.

Skill development involves a variety of techniques, such as on-the-job training, mentoring, self-learning, and formal education. 

The CAREERPLAN Programme

Individuals looking to explore their career options and develop the necessary skills to achieve their goals can benefit from our comprehensive career guidance and skill development programme. This type of programme uses a tailored approach that takes into account a person’s individual goals, skills, and interests.

A comprehensive career guidance and skill development programme is an effective way for individuals to explore their career options and develop the necessary skills to achieve their goals. By providing assessments, skill-building courses, career planning guidance, and ongoing support, this type of programme helps individuals develop the skills and knowledge to pursue successful careers.


The programme begins by having the individual take a series of assessments. These assessments help identify a person’s aptitudes, interests, and skills. The results of these assessments will help identify the types of careers and learning opportunities that are best suited to the individual.

Skill Development

Once the individual has identified potential career paths, the programme can help them develop the necessary skills to pursue their goals. This may include courses to help build the necessary technical skills for the job, as well as courses to help develop essential soft skills such as communication and problem-solving. The programme may also include workshops and seminars on topics such as resume writing, job interviewing, and networking.

Tailored Guidance

The programme also provide one-on-one guidance to help the individual create a career plan that outlines the steps they need to take to achieve their goals. This may include setting short-term and long-term goals, identifying potential internships and job opportunities, and creating a timeline for meeting their goals.

Ongoing Support

Finally, the programme provides ongoing support and guidance. This may include regular check-ins with a mentor or career coach to keep the individual on track and help them navigate any challenges they may face.


Learn how to apply your qualification to specific career areas, what types of employers are hiring for different qualifications, and strategies for breaking into particular fields.

Remember, your qualification does not always determine your career. Professionals use their education in a variety of fields. Be sure to explore a variety of resources as you research possible career paths.

Why is CAREERPLAN a need for all?

The first step in planning your career is to know yourself. Whether you are a first-year high school student interested in learning how courses relate to careers or a recent graduate, It is crucial that you first identify your INTERESTS, VALUES, SKILLS, and PERSONALITY PREFERENCES in order to make a well-informed decision.

Learning about your interests will help you identify opportunities to pursue and topics you are most naturally drawn to, making learning and work more motivating and enjoyable.
Values are the things that motivate and drive you toward certain decisions, behaviours and goals. Values greatly influence the career decision-making process, job satisfaction, and ultimately, life satisfaction.
Skills are the things that you are good at and have the ability to do well. Assessing your skills allows you to determine which skill you want to acquire or further develop, and the specific ways to accomplish those goals, and how your skills match with potential careers.
Personality Preferences & Interpersonal Needs are related to your individual, innate nature and tend to be consistent over time. Understanding personality and interpersonal needs allow you to see correlations between the way you make decisions and your work style.