Personal development planning for engineering
Personal development planning for engineering

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3.2 Identifying career opportunities

Identifying career opportunities that are realistic in terms of what you have to offer, and that will help you to meet your aspirations, is obviously a key aspect of managing your career.

Activity 11

Aim of this activity:

  • to make yourself aware of the facilities for finding career opportunities.

At this point I would like you to go back to the OU's Careers Advisory Service website. Browse through the site, and add some resources for finding career opportunities to the list of useful career resources you created in Activity 1.

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