Welcome to the Resource Toolkit

To support you in these uncertain times, we’ve created a dedicated toolkit with useful tips and hands-on advice on how to cope with the current situation and make the most of it.

If you have any questions or ideas on topics you would like us to cover, please make sure you hit the Suggestion Box!

The Psychology Behind People Acting Like Everything is Normal Again

The Psychology Behind People Acting Like Everything is Normal Again

With the easing of COVID-19 restrictions, you may have noticed people acting like everything has gone back to normal even though the pandemic isn’t over. It seems like people aren’t social distancing anymore. We all know COVID-19 isn’t over, so why do we feel like it is?

The key to achieving big goals and getting through COVID-19

David Gower from the Paramatta Eels talks about how COVID-19 has impacted his work and provides tips for getting through it.

“It’s okay to not be okay”

Words from Josh and Nathan Katz who represented Australia in Judo at the Olympics Games in 2016. Nathan, who is a community custodian for Lifeline gives us a reminder that we all need to hear.

“Crisis Reveals Character”

Sam Poolman, professional netballer for the Giants, speaks about why challenge can be good for us.

Don't miss out on our previously published articles, including "How to deal with job uncertainty" and "How to look out for a mate."

Stress Management Toolkit with Amy Brown

Amy talks about 4 things that help with Stress Management.

Our contributors:

Career coach Amy Brown

Career Coach: Amy Brown

Amy has always wanted to work in a career that makes others’ lives better, which is why she did a psychology degree. As a big fan of positive psychology and a self-confessed research nerd, Amy loves learning new ways we can improve our lives and sharing them through blog articles, webinars, workshops and more!

Register for work

Have you thought about the next chapter of your apprenticeship or traineeship? Send us your resume and we'll help match you with the right employer

Free online and telephone support services

If you’re noticing negative feelings like stress, fear, anxiety or hopelessness, that’s okay and a natural reaction to a situation where we don't have control.

We have gathered some great online and telephone based resources where you can find more information and get counselling.

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