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Event showcases career pathways at CDU

Henbury School VET coordinator Sarah Corey (left) and Good Shepherd Lutheran College VET liaison officer Julia Petersen at CDU Career Advisers' Day Henbury School VET coordinator Sarah Corey (left) and Good Shepherd Lutheran College VET liaison officer Julia Petersen at CDU Career Advisers' Day

Staff who provide career advice to high school students across the Northern Territory have discovered first-hand about the latest developments at Charles Darwin University, including its VET and higher education courses.

About 20 career advisers, guidance counsellors, teachers and other relevant staff recently attended CDU’s annual Career Advisers’ Day at Casuarina campus.

Advisers came from South Australia and across the NT, including Darwin, Palmerston, Alice Springs and Nhulunbuy.

During the event, CDU’s four pro vice-chancellors spoke about their faculties, and gave updates about developments within the faculties and future outlooks.

CDU student ambassadors accompanied the advisers on a tour of campus facilities and answered questions about the university.

The group visited the new trades training facility, International House Darwin, the Australian Centre for Indigenous Knowledges and Education, UniLodge and the new Business School at the Darwin Waterfront.