While there will always be job-specific skills that an employer is looking for, most employers will also want you to have some general skills. These general job skills are sometimes called employability skills.

Having employability skills can help you get a job. They can also help you stay in a job and develop within an organisation. If you score a job interview, chances are you'll be asked questions about your job-specific skills and your employability skills."


At Full Cycle we aim to give our students opportunities to develop 'employability skills' through a wide range of experiences.

Our strong links with community groups, a high quality workshop and evidence based teaching strategies provide a strong foundation to develop students holistically and best prepare them for future employment.


Global knowledge and awareness, sensitivity to and respect for other cultures, active involvement in addressing issues of human and environmental sustainability.


Communicate effectively orally, in writing, non verbally and with a variety of digital tools.


Honesty, self-regulation and responsibility, hard work, perseverance, empathy for contributing to the safety and benefit of others, self-confidence, personal health and well-being, career and life skills.


The process of producing something that is both original and worthwhile. Find new ways of solving problems and approaching situations.


Analyse facts to form a judgement. Make effective decisions to solve problems using a variety of digital tools and resources.


Work in teams, learn from and contribute to the learning of others, network and practice, empathy in working with diverse others.


Digital solutions to problems through the collaborative creation of interactive ideas, information and projects