What career development is available to me?

ABCC employees have access to a range of personal and professional development opportunities. We support staff to develop their capabilities and to build their careers through a range of formal and informal programs. Staff can participate in agency-wide training initiatives, training specific to their area of work, or individual training tailored to personal needs.

The ABCC also provides the following:

Supported study assistance

This includes opportunities to study where that study supports the business interests of the ABCC.

This also includes financial assistance and time off for examinations/assessments to undertake courses of study that will enhance your ability to contribute to the achievement of the ABCC’s goals.

Strong focus on continuous development

All ABCC staff complete a Learning and Development Plan with their manager that identifies essential and desirable developmental needs; ways to address these training needs are then explored, including formal qualifications such as the Public Sector Management Program and Certificate IV in Government (Investigations).

Mentoring opportunities are also available for guidance and support.

Secondment opportunities

To assist staff to develop skills and competencies through a variety of experiences on different matters and projects, internal and external secondment opportunities may be offered.

Continuing Professional Development

The ABCC supports all staff who hold a current practising certificate relevant to their role and are required to complete the continuing professional development (CPD) units.