Career Guidance

Choosing a career is crucial; you’ll spend about 86,400 hours working, so choose wisely.

Choosing a career is one of the most important decisions you will have to make in your life. You will spend an average of 86,400 hours of life in your job, so it is of utmost importance that you make an informed decision. The world of work as we know it today is changing at a rapid pace, so when making career-related decisions, it’s crucial not only to focus on the present but also to plan ahead, as current occupations may become redundant in the future. Therefore, when making a career decision, it is essential not only to work towards a qualification but also to develop the necessary skills to practically implement the knowledge gained.

Subject choice assessments and career guidance assessments play a vital role in this process. Understanding your strengths, interests, and aptitudes can guide you towards fields of study and careers that align with your unique profile. We have over 12 years of experience working with young adolescents, providing career guidance to enable informed decision-making. We recognize that every child’s needs are different, so we take a holistic approach to assisting you with career guidance, emphasizing the importance of subject choice assessments in determining the best path forward.

I only use standardised tests recognised by the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) to ensure that our assessments are valid, reliable, and ethically sound, thereby upholding the highest professional standards at the practice.