User guides

User guides

These videos demonstrate the sign up and log in processes and will help guide you through the key sections of myfuture.

Sign up and log in via myfuture

To sign up you'll be creating an account that will provide access to activities in My career profile and provide course and occupation information. Watch the video below to view the process.

Sign up

After you've signed up, log in using your username and password.

Log in

Sign up from Western Australia

If you study or work in Western Australia at a government school or an educational institution with a subscription to myfuture, you can create an account for free. Users from the non-government school sector and the wider community in Western Australia may have to pay a small subscription fee.

This short video demonstrates the sign up process for non-fee paying users in Western Australia.

My career profile

My career profile is the core of myfuture. Complete activities to gain self-knowledge about suggested occupations. The Interests and Skills activities are based on the psychometric interests inventory developed by Dr. James Athanasou from the University of Sydney. There are nine activities in total.

Career bullseyes

If you're having trouble starting the career exploration process, you can begin by browsing the Career bullseyes. Choose from 33 different learning areas.

Sign up and log in via your Tasmanian Department of Education user account

Students and staff from government schools in Tasmania can sign up to myfuture via their Tasmanian Department of Education user accounts. Watch the video below to see how.

If you signed up to myfuture via your Tasmanian Department of Education user account, watch this video to see how easy it is to log in.

Occupations

There are several ways to explore occupations on myfuture. You can complete the activities in My career profile, explore some of the 33 Career bullseyes or search occupations using a keyword on the Occupations landing page.

Courses

You can find courses related to occupations via the Pathways tab on any of the 358 occupation profiles on myfuture. You can also search for courses by entering a keyword on the Courses landing page.

Career insight

Career insight features over 90 articles on gaining and keeping work, the nature of work, career development and more.

In addition, you can also explore our Career insight feature pages on Entrepreneurship, Work Integrated learning, Apprenticeships, Leadership, Volunteering, and Graduate Programs.

Sign up and log in via your education network

Staff members from government schools in Queensland, Tasmania, New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory can access myfuture via their education network. Watch the video below to see how to sign up via your education network.

If you signed up to myfuture via your education network, watch this video to see how easy it is to log in.

Assist others – teacher resources

The Assist others page is a collection of popular resources that are suitable for use with students and clients. There are links to the My career profile tool, the Career bullseyes, previous editions of the myfuture newsletter, and teacher resources.

Browser support

The myfuture team aims to make the website compatible with a range of browsers and devices.

Our recommended browsers include the most up-to-date versions of:

  • Chrome
  • Firefox
  • Edge
  • Safari

Contact us if you have any queries about accessing myfuture on specific browsers or devices.

Further help

If you have a question that isn't answered in a video on this page, please don't hesitate to contact us. A member of the myfuture team will get back to you in due course.

We have also provided further information about myfuture for career practitioners.