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Gordon Doyle

Gordon Doyle, BA (Hons), MEd (Hons), Grad Cert Career Education, Dip Ed.

Gordon Doyle has worked as a private careers practitioner with adult clients and senior secondary students, and as a school based Careers Adviser for twenty four years. He is a university qualified careers specialist, is trained and experienced in the use of a range of career assessment programs and is an accredited Myers Briggs Type Indicator practitioner.

Gordon is a professional member of the Careers Advisers Association of New South Wales, the Australian Association for Psychological Type and the Australian Training Officers Association. In 2012, he was presented with the Hilary Bolan Award for Outstanding Contribution to Career Education by the CAANSW.

He has extensive experience in the provision of advice on subject selection for Year 11 and Year 12 studies, on career choice and related university application procedures. Not everyone, however, has university intentions and those choosing TAFE, an apprenticeship, traineeship or other pathway will also be well served as a result of Gordon’s experience and personal contacts.

Gordon is a keen bushwalker, golfer and enjoys kayaking. He also has strong personal ties with Papua New Guinea and India.

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