MODULE 5, UNIT 4: The online exhibition

by Unre Visagie

4.1 Introduction

In this Assignment, you will present an online exhibition to potential career seeker clients and their communities. The exhibition is meant for interested people within the community and for potential career seekers and employers.  You will want to sell your service and advertise your collaborators’ services to both parties.   The outcome of this career exhibition is a continuous, online career exhibition where you use the websites of companies (as in your careers library) and your experiences with careers seekers.

4.2 PCAR053: Assignment 02

Your workshop and online exhibition connections become a live dynamic, growing, online exhibition and information center to take home and show to the supporters at home.  People in rural areas can now be introduced to and view factories or companies without traveling.  They visit the factory through the Internet, reading the peer group experiences.  Every real visit grows the virtual visits.  They view the visits through peer group eyes!

You can enhance the online exhibitions using the Google Groups, Delicious library, and communicating Blogs.  Publish slides and workshop recordings or photos on your Blog.  The published workshops will work for you even while you sleep!

The Blog can easily record and show the number of visits to your online exhibition.

PCAR053, Unit 4, Assignment 02

  1. How do you start and what should be on your online exhibition?
  2. Create a new Blog, use your old Blog, or experiment with Google groups.  Either one of these will be the base from which you publish your exhibition.
  3. Introduce your career exhibition and explain what it is all about.  Post the workshop slides that you edited on the Blog.
  4. Post the link to your Delicious careers library account.  Remember to tell your audience what the careers library is and why it is necessary!
  5. Are your experiences (workshops and career guidance sessions) with career seekers already on your Blog?  Make sure you publish it.  This is a great way for future, career seeker clients to follow in someone else’s footsteps.  If you recorded or photographed the session (and you have the permission of your client), post the recording/video or photographs on your Blog, and post the link on your Blog.  We remind you that this is completely optional.
  6. Make space for the business chambers, business, committees, and organizations that you are collaborating with.
  7. Are there any courses, Learnerships, sources of money and any source of information that you came by during this course?  Make sure to publish it on your Blog.
  8. Moreover, finally, email the link to this career exhibition Blog to everyone that you know.  Gain maximum value for yourself and the program by making it public!

4.3 Conclusion

In order to pass PCAR053 you will now need to submit the Internet link for your online careers exhibition Blog.

Again, refer back to PCAR01V Unit 6 and Unit 7.  Select information from your MiCareer Book that you want to communicate and work it into your Blog.  Remember that this is your marketing tool.  Make sure that you communicate your opportunities, preferences, skills, and experiences.


The purpose of this assignment is to bring the career guidance process to anyone who needs it.  It provides you with a further opportunity to implement and market your catalytic services!  Keep this in mind as you complete this last section and see the exercise as a reason to connect with resources to build your future beneficiaries or clientele with career guidance experiences in the safety of the Unisa course.


We trust that you now understand the process, which PCAR follows.  Are you comfortable with the process?  You should now be ready for practical preparation, application, and finally success as a career guidance practitioner as a career or an own practice.  We will greatly appreciate any feedback and criticism.  The course thrives and grows from criticism and feedback.

About Unre Visagie
I am a master coach with 30 years of career and business coaching experience. I have built and sold many of my own multi-million dollar companies. I have always built my companies based on the principle of successful people make a successful company. I invest in people. As your coach you get 30 years of experience to help you do the work you love and earn the salary you want.

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