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Being LGBTIQA+ autistic

Just as it's your right to not experience harassment or discrimination at school or work for being autistic, it's also your right not to experience harassment or discrimination if you're LGBTIQA+.

By Ashton Bartz (they/them)
  • On the job

Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

Even after completing formal education and finding yourself a job, you’ll continue to develop your professional skills. This is called Continuing Professional Development (often referred to as CPD).

  • Study after school

Transitioning from school to further study or training

University, collge or TAFE is very different for high school. This article offer some guidance on how to successfully transition to further study or training.

  • On the job

Changing or leaving jobs

There are many reasons why you might leave your job. Before you resign, check your employment contract to find out the length of notice required, or any other obligations.

  • Preparing for work

Creating a job application

Job applications usually include a cover letter, addressing the key selection criteria for the job, and a resume, a document that summarises your knowledge, skills, and experiences.


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