The career learning lessons are designed for students in Years 7 to 12 and have an important role to play in developing self-awareness, knowledge, and competencies regarding the world of work, and making decisions about transitions.
The Year 9 Career taster program (CTP) aims to inspire secondary school students to become 'career curious' about further study opportunities and potential careers.
These resources highlight the skills, knowledge and understandings students need to be ready for future learning, work and life, and exemplify ways in which schools are integrating work capabilities into teaching and learning.
The challenge provides opportunities for Year 8 students to engage in entrepreneurial learning. With support from industry mentors, students apply design thinking, developing innovative solutions to a local issue or problem.
Resources to prepare young people to successfully engage in the world of work. This includes building promotional profiles, demonstrating skills and capabilities and transitioning into active participation in paid and unpaid work.
Career development learning supports students in developing the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to successfully manage their careers.
Pathway planning encourages students to explore, identify, and evaluate the learning and work pathways available, to recognise opportunities, make connections and manage transitions.