Understanding Career Management Skills:  findings from the first phase of the CMS LEADER project (2016) Neary, S., Dodd, V., Hooley, T.

The key to employability:  developing a practical model of graduate employability

Dacre Pool, L, & Sewell, P. (2007) Education + Training 2007 49:4 , 277-289

Embedding employability into the curriculum:  Learning & Employability Series 1,   Yorke, M & Knight, P.T. (2005)The Higher Education Academy

“Career development and systems theory:  Connecting Theory & Practice”

Patton, W. & McMahon, M. (2006) 3rd Edition, Sense Publishers

“The Chaos Theory of Careers

Prior R.G.L., Bright, J. (2003) The Australian Journal of Career Development, Volume 12, Number 3 Spring 2003, p12- 20

“The Happenstance Learning Theory”

Krumboltz, J. (2009) Journal of Career Assessment; 17; 135 originally published online Dec 30, 2008;



Australian Department of Education & Training Careers Education Resources

Career Industry Council of Australia

The National peak body for the Career Industry which has links to key research reports.

International Centre for Guidance Studies

An applied research centre specialising in career development and employability

International Centre for Career Development & Public Policy

The site contains many types of documents from different corners of the world linking career guidance and public policies for education, vocational training, employment, and social policy fields.

National Career Development Association (NCDA) – US

NCDA is the recognized leader in developing standards for the career development profession, for the provision of career counseling programs and services, and for the evaluation of career information materials.