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LOOKING to mix things up career-
wise, Gawler’s Tristan Clarke sought
the help of Barossa Career Service and
was recently the organisation’s 1000th
It means the service has now helped an in-
credible amount of local people with career
planning since commencing in September
Having worked in his current hospitality
job for five years at the Art Gallery of South
Australia’s restaurant, Tristan contacted the
service after realising it was time to move on
to something new.
Although he has yet to make a final deci-
sion on what career path he wants to pur-
sue, Tristan said the advice he received was
“I’m 34 now, so it was trying to find what
I was interested in and what kind of jobs I
would like,” he said.
“Firstly, they work out what sort of per-
sonality you are and how your brain works,
and then they establish what you would be
suited to do.
“My category was, probably, more along
the lines of in the service industry, so a lot of
things came up, like community worker and
working in event management, things that
involve working with people.”
Working alongside career coach Stephen
Birch, Tristan said the possibilities they
found for him were endless.
“ There are still a variety of things that are
suitable to the person that I am and the skill
sets that I’ve got,” he said.
In a recent survey of participants who have
engaged Barossa Career Service, 46 per cent
had found work, 14 per cent had commenced
study and three per cent were volunteering.
The service helps people who are unem-
ployed, underemployed or facing job loss,
at no cost, with a focus on career planning,
resumes, job applications, interview skills
and job search skills.
Appointments can be made for Gawl-
er, Kapunda, Tanunda and Two Wells by
phoning 8563 3603.
Tristan Clarke (left) with career coach Stephen
Birch is looking forward to moving into a new
career path in the future.
Tristan mixes it up
Service helps career change
My category was, probably,
more along the lines of in the service
industry, so a lot of things came up,
like community worker and working in
event management, things that involve
working with people.
LEFT: Amanda and
are thrilled to
birth of their
at the Gawler
on February 5.
A little sister for
proud, big brother
RIGHT: New arrival
Carter Duke Ainslie
is pictured with his
big sister Audriena.
Carter was born
on February 17 at
the Gawler Health
Service. His proud
parents are Rachele
and Cameron Ainslie,
of Gawler South.
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