CRL 100: Career Ready Learning

CRL 100 introduces students to career management principles, encourages self-awareness and reflection, as well as an understanding of the global and Australian workplace.

CRL 100 also offers students the opportunity to interview employers to develop their understanding of employer expectations and explore the connections between their discipline, employability, and what employers seek in graduates. Through CRL 100, students will develop skills that will help them to be successful in the global workplace.  

What you will learn

This subject has been designed to help first year undergraduate students:

  • Make more informed decisions about career and course choice
  • Understand the connection between their degrees and what employers value by interviewing organisations as part of a project team
  • Understand how career opportunities are influenced by changing trends in the global workplace and Australia’s labour market
  • Develop their investigative, research and team-based skills
  • Enhance their employability skills

What students thought

2021 CRL 100 student | Bachelor of Public Health

“Before starting CRL 100, I had little to no idea what I wanted to do after university. The interview assessment was so helpful to interview people in a range of public health roles. These allowed me to gain valuable information on how to stand out when applying for jobs in the future. I felt I had more of an understanding of what I wanted to do and could see a range of directions my degree could take me.

I highly recommend CRL 100 especially if you aren't too sure what direction you want to go in, or even if you do know, you can gain valuable insight into the profession you want to go towards and get practical advice."


As of 2021, CRL 100 is a core subject in the Bachelor of Social Sciences and the Bachelor of Social Change and Advocacy. The subject is also open to all domestic and international students from the following domestic campuses:

  • Wollongong
  • Bega
  • Batemans Bay
  • Shoalhaven
  • Southern Highlands
  • Southern Sydney

The subject has no quota and there are no entry level requirements to enrol in this subject.


Information sessions

If you are interested in the subject and would like to learn more, register and come along to our online information session listed below. You will be able to meet the Subject Coordinator and find out how this subject could work for you. 

The information sessions for Autumn session have finished. The next will be held in July 2022 for Spring session. Check this page later on to register.


Enrol now

Places in this subject are limited. If you meet the eligibility requirements above, you can enrol in this subject via SOLS.

As places in this subject are limited, should the number of applicants that are deemed eligible exceed the number of places, preference will be given to students based on degree type and year of study.

More information

Subject information

View more information about CRL 100 in the Handbook.

Contact us

If you have any enquiries regarding CRL 100, you can contact us via the below methods: