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Discover trends in the Australian Jobs Market, with insights from the National Skills Commission. Stay up-to-date with conditions in your local labour market, identify jobs and skills in-demand, understand employer needs and recruitment trends, and explore the trends impacting the jobs market now and into the future.
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Are you ready to find Your Career? Take your next step into learning, training or work, with careers information tailored to your preferences.
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Learning and growth at work (and in life!) is a journey and lifelong process. LinkedIn Learning lets you learn at your own pace. Choose from almost 9,000 online courses, from beginner to advanced in topics like: using the internet and Microsoft Office, graphic design, animation, business, workplace soft-skills, leadership, wellbeing, and much more. You'll be able to grow and develop in the areas you care about, both at and outside of work.
Visit the website and login with your library card number and PIN (date of birth, DDMMYY). Choose at least three learning areas of interest and get started. Click on Browse and choose Business to find courses on job interviews, workplace skills and much more.
You can also download the LinkedIn Learning app on Apple or Android. Choose Sign in, Sign in with your library card, enter the Library ID: canterbury-bankstown, and enter your library card number and PIN.
Note: If you change your library card number your learning history and certificates won’t be accessible. Please download all certificates when you complete a course. LinkedIn Learning Help and FAQs can be found here.
Find global company and industry intelligence and detailed company and industry profiles, including SWOT reports, market share reports, and financial reports.
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A practical guide to the law in New South Wales, written in plain English and covering 40 legal issues that might affect you in your everyday life.
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Browse and search this free service from the State Library of New South Wales for plain English legal information and sources of help for all your legal questions. Hosted by the State Library of New South Wales.
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Free info about drugs, alcohol and the law for the community of New South Wales.
Legal materials from all Australasian jurisdictions, collected with the aim of improving access to justice through better access to information. Includes primary legal materials (legislation, treaties and decisions of courts and tribunals) and secondary legal materials created by public bodies for purposes of public access (such as law reform and royal commission reports), as well as a substantial collection of law journals.
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Access the National Construction Code for all the performance requirements for the construction of buildings.
You will need to create an account on the National Construction Code website to open the documents, but it’s free to do.