Tertiary Catalogue

Series: Careers


10 Things Not to Do in an Interview

10 Things Not to Do in an Interview

This programme, presented in an amusing way, explores the 10 things that job seekers must avoid when going for a job interview. The programme follows one job seeker and interviewer and covers the range of issues involved in a typical job interview.
4 Ways to Enhance Your Career

4 Ways to Enhance Your Career

Say "yes" to new career opportunities and most people will find a new injection of career rocket fuel. As Dr Judy Olian explains to Eve Ash, accepting unusual roles as they present themselves allows people to "step out of the safe zone", take...Show More
A Guide to Whistleblowing

A Guide to Whistleblowing

Blowing the whistle on unethical or illegal practices is a tough decision to make. Your values and integrity may be compromised by what you've seen. You may be fearing the consequences. Psychology expert, Peter Quarry, recommends asking yourself...Show More
Adam Wilkinson: School Leaver

Adam Wilkinson: School Leaver

Adam Wilkinson discusses making the leap directly from school into PwC and gives an insight to his role there.
All About New Apprenticeships

All About New Apprenticeships

This video gives students an insight into how New Apprenticeships work, in what industries they can be found, and how students can go about organising one.
Allan Halsall: UTV Business Development Manager

Allan Halsall: UTV Business Development Manager

Allan Halsall of UTV discusses business development managing in the television advertisement industry, including how to get your own foot in the door of marketing and advertising.
Amy Lowry: Technical Analyst

Amy Lowry: Technical Analyst

Amy Lowry of Alchemy Technical Services discusses her role as a technical analyst.
Andrea Caporale: Senior Designer at Foolproof

Andrea Caporale: Senior Designer at Foolproof

Interview with experience designer Andrea Caporale.
Anita May Goulding: Adobe Strategic Developer

Anita May Goulding: Adobe Strategic Developer

Interview with Anita May Goulding from Adobe about strategic development.
Anna or Mat?

Anna or Mat?

Watch Bill and Mark interview Anna and Mat using a wide range of question styles. Then see the panel review of each applicant and a final comparison review. Who is better suited to the job? What else will be required to assess their suitability?
Answering Interview Questions

Answering Interview Questions

Job interviews can be an anxiety producing experience for many people, yet there are a number of ways you can effectively prepare for that interview and decrease your anxiety. This programme looks at the way preparation and anticipation of...Show More
Aoife Sheridan: Team Leader in Financial Crime

Aoife Sheridan: Team Leader in Financial Crime

PwC's Aoife Sheridan gives an insight to her role as team leader in financial crime.
Appreciate Feedback

Appreciate Feedback

Welcome feedback without defensiveness and continually improve. Dion hears some tough feedback from Carol who explains why she would not hire him. It’s important for everyone to welcome feedback – both positive and critical feedback, but Sam...Show More
Appreciate Feedback

Appreciate Feedback

Dion hears some tough feedback from Carol who explains why she would not hire him. It's important for everyone to welcome feedback—both positive and critical feedback, but Sam gets defensive when Michael offers feedback on his latest policy...Show More
Are You Job Ready?

Are You Job Ready?

The programme takes you through the requisite skills and knowledge a senior secondary school student or tertiary student needs to be aware of to be able to perform successfully and comfortably in the workforce. The material in the programme...Show More
Assessment Centre Interviews

Assessment Centre Interviews

Assessment centres are a powerful way to assess competencies such as problem solving, communication and leadership. Mark leads his panel to assess five applicants. They use two challenge situations to assess key competencies and discuss the...Show More
Australia's National WHS Legislation

Australia's National WHS Legislation

New Work Health and Safety legislation came into effect in some Australian states and territories on 1st January 2012. It was developed to harmonise the laws affecting workplace safety in Australia by replacing existing state based OH&S...Show More
Be a HERO

Be a HERO

There are four ingredients that add up to becoming a HERO in the workplace. Psychologist Eve Ash takes us through the necessary qualities of being Honest (someone who says what they think, gives feedback and honest criticism) and Ethical (does...Show More
Be Confident and Assertive

Be Confident and Assertive

Speak with confidence, overcome personal blocks and be assertive. Confidence is a necessary part of the workplace. Casey is marked immediately as a person lacking confidence. She needs to become aware of how she talks and comes across. As Sam...Show More
Be Confident and Assertive

Be Confident and Assertive

Confidence is a necessary part of the workplace. Casey is marked immediately as a person lacking confidence. She needs to become aware of how she talks and comes across. As Sam points out, changing her intonation and using fewer vague indecisive...Show More
Behavioural Interview Triggers

Behavioural Interview Triggers

A wide variety of behavioural and situational interview scenarios are provided to enable viewers to critique each one and discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the interviewers' approach.
Benefits of Work Experience

Benefits of Work Experience

The benefits of doing a work experience placement are far wider reaching than getting two weeks off from school. Students undertaking a work experience placement stand to broaden their understanding of the world of work and build their...Show More
Body Language & Rapport in Interviewing

Body Language & Rapport in Interviewing

The body language and tone of interviewers have a big impact on job applicants. Find out the five best ways to build rapport and ensure you put your applicants at ease. Learn about providing encouragement and explaining positively and how to...Show More
Breaking Your Digital Addiction

Breaking Your Digital Addiction

50% of people complain they've become addicted to their mobile device. Behavioural expert, Peter Quarry, shows how to bust digital addiction through reducing screen time, switching devices off (go and walk that dog without the phone!) and setting...Show More
Build Employability Skills

Build Employability Skills

Find ways to learn new skills, manage your emotions and speak impressively. Cutting Edge wants people who are enthusiastic and keen to build their skills and focus on learning. Carol and Serena are not impressed with Dion’s performance to...Show More