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NAPSA - NSW & ACT CHAPTER

What is NAPSA?

The National Association of Prospective Student Advisers (NAPSA) was formed in Sydney in 1989. Members work throughout Australasia in collaboration with school career advisers and guidance officers to promote further education as an option for secondary students and members of the community.

The majority of members are staff of Universities, TAFEs and private colleges who hold roles as schools liaison officers, prospective student advisers, student services officers, managers of external relations units, student recruitment officers, etc.

NAPSA members work pro-actively and cooperatively with one another as well as government, education and training providers, industry and community organisations, to ensure that the information provided to prospective students is accurate, of a high-quality and reflects the diversity of today's higher education environment.

The association also provides a vital network for members and helps to develop an ethos and set of skills for all those working within this industry.

NAPSA NSW / ACT is the New South Wales and Australian Capital Territory Chapter of NAPSA

NAPSA NSW/ACT brings together a dynamic group of people, mainly from within NSW & ACT, who share a common goal of providing advice and support to students considering their tertiary study options.


Benefits of Membership of NAPSA NSW/ACT:

  • provides a forum for discussion on topical and professional issues
  • enables members to discuss industrial issues which are common in the field
  • enables participation in the NAPSA biennial conference

NAPSA NSW/ACT actively supports and assists in the professional development of members by:

  • providing a range of resources on best practice in student recruitment
  • producing the yearly Career Market Calendar to members (a list of local and regional career market schedules)
  • producing the Careers Advisers Calendar to careers advisers and teachers to view when major tertiary open days, information days, etc. are being held
  • producing The Where Do You Do It (WDYDI) Guide which enables prospective students and careers advisers to find an area of interest (course of study) and the educational institutions offering such courses
  • providing updates and information about upcoming conferences and professional development opportunities

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