If you think you would like to organise, analyse and check the accuracy of financial information, or to offer advice on insurance or financial products, then you should consider a career working in Financial and Insurance Services.
Qualifying for a role in this sector could see you in charge of preparing budgets, financial statements, tax returns, audits and reports, managing the payroll of a large company, maintaining customer databases, ensuring procedures comply with government regulations, or participating in the development of business plans. Other roles in the Financial and Insurance Services sector focus on customer service and on matching products to clients’ needs.
While work in Financial and Insurance Services usually takes place in an office environment, some people are able to do part of their work at home, due to the growth of remote technological capabilities.
The career possibilities in finance and insurance are very broad, with plenty of scope for work across a variety of businesses – let’s face it – most companies need financial services of some kind! And due to shifting global financial conditions, this industry is undergoing rapid changes, making it a very exciting time to get involved. Check out the list of occupations below.
The Health Training Package offers over 75 Vocational and Training (VET) qualifications, so if you’re interested in health you’ll probably find an occupation and qualification to suit you!
Don’t forget it’s possible to begin your Health Care and Social Assistance career by training for VET qualifications to start with before possibly working your way up to a University Degree.
The Health Care and Social Assistance sector has experienced strong growth in the last ten years, making it one of Australia’s largest employers and the growth is forecast to continue, so jobs in this industry are expected to be plentiful. Check out the list of qualifications below.