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Wendy Bockman
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Adelaide City

North Adelaide



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0412 649 697

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Career Pilot



Career Transition Management

    One-on-one consultations, and review meetings with their Managing Consultant covering core material, but tailored to meet individual needs.

    Job search techniques, including:

  • Identification of skills and achievements
  • Writing resumes that win interviews
  • Selection and management of referees
  • Responding to advertisements
  • Accessing "the hidden job market"
  • Exploring for on-line job search
  • Direct approaches to prospective employers
  • Networking to explore potential openings
  • Working with agencies and direct referral
  • Winning at interviews
  • Our job search workbook
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Workshop Facilitation

  • Discussion on moving forward
  • Building of skills, competencies and achievements
  • Formatting a powerful resume ready for adaption
  • Learn how to prepare a cover letter to address requirements
  • The different methods of addressing selection criteria for the public sector
  • Targeted job search and access the hidden job market
  • Selecting, approaching and working with recruitment agencies
  • Prepare for interviews and build confidence
  • Responding to behavioural-based questions
  • Negotiate and secure a competitive salary package
  • Overcoming blockers and creating an action plan
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Employment Networking

"People connected by the exchange of information etc., professionally or socially", "establish contact with other people, groups, etc., for the interchange of ideas, information, etc."  The Australian POCKET OXFORD Dictionary


These "people" can be additional eyes and ears for you in the job search market.


Career Pilot has access to an extensive range of recruitment agencies and their consultants to promote job ready candidates.  In addition, Career Pilot can market profiles to relevant employers or business associations.

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Resume Development

Consultants work one-on-one to help discover and analyse skills, experiences and abilities. 


As resumes are sales brochures, sources of relevant information and conversation prompts it is wise to understand resumes may need to change each time they are sent out.  To ensure this happens the Career Pilot program covers the following:


  • A resume must be honest
  • Make it relevant to the job
  • State your accomplishments fully
  • Be brief
  • Have categories in sequence
  • The language Visual appearance
  • Length of resume
  • Key words and correct tense
  • Use facts and figures
  • Interesting but irrelevant
  • Private information is optional
  • Submitting your resume
  • Proofread
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Navigating Retirement

  • Immediate steps to start planning retirement whether leaving immediately or at a time in the future
  • The ability to plan ahead
  • Financial independence
  • A brief session from an independent Financial Advisor
  • Activities: travel / work / small business / volunteering and study
  • Emotional support / communication in relationships
  • Housing options
  • Maintaining health
  • Workbook and handouts
  • Partner encouraged to attend
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Employment Settlement Program

  • Job campaign management which provides a comprehensive resume, the tools to respond to advertisements, winning letters of application, interview preparation and techniques
  • An evaluation of employment skills
  • Up-skilling and study options
  • Job and career options
  • Accessing the hidden job market
  • Discover how the Internet assists in job search
  • Understand how employment agencies operate and direct referral
  • Design of a self-marketing strategy including photo and profile for marketing to employers
  • A copy of Career Pilot’s Job Search Workbook
  • Referral to a Financial Advisor
  • If required, assistance with local introductions
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Exit Interviews

Independent Exit Interview surveys helps remove interview bias and improve consistency and;

  • Provides an opportunity to 'make peace' with disgruntled employees, who might otherwise leave with vengeful intentions
  • Gives a sign that the organisation is big enough to expose itself to criticism.
  • Support HR practices
  • Results and analysis of exit interviews provide relevant and useful data directly into training needs analysis and training planning processes
  • Exit interviews provide valuable information as to how to improve recruitment and induction of new employees
  • Exit interviews provide direct indications as to how to improve staff retention
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Redeployment Transition

  • Exercises in change
    • Discussion on concerns and blockers
  • Discover skills, competencies and achievements
    • Explore for strengths, behaviours and competencies
    • Expand achievements
  • Vocational Assessments
    • Values and motivation  
    • Career pathways
  • Resume building
  • Writing letters against the needs of the job and the employer
  • Addressing styles of Selection Criteria
  • Interview techniques
  • Remaining organised and time management
  • Specific handouts


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