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Lasting Gifts –Career Planning • Part of presentation based on Canadian Career Development Foundation Lasting Gifts –Career Planning • Part of presentation based on Canadian Career Development Foundation Program • • Topics covered include: The Five Gifts (messages) Self exploration, planning and goal setting VCE, VET & VCAL Career Resources available Pathways General question session

The Five Gifts 1. CHANGE IS CONSTANT Consider: • Impact of technology • Changes The Five Gifts 1. CHANGE IS CONSTANT Consider: • Impact of technology • Changes in types of jobs Young people need to be: • Adaptable, flexible, skilled, motivated, knowledgeable, effective communicators entrepreneurial & resilient

The Five Gifts 2. FOLLOW YOUR HEART • Know yourself • Believe in yourself The Five Gifts 2. FOLLOW YOUR HEART • Know yourself • Believe in yourself Consider: • Values, beliefs, and interests become dreams and goals (self exploration) • Help teenagers turn dreams to reality

The Five Gifts 3. FOCUS ON THE JOURNEY Set a direction leading to a The Five Gifts 3. FOCUS ON THE JOURNEY Set a direction leading to a preferred future Teenagers need to set their own achievable, concrete goals (short & long term) ie. Career Action Plan, work practices, results -Work experience, Careers Expos, part time work, school, leisure activities -keep options open

The Five Gifts 4. ACCESS YOUR ALLIES • Build strong relationships with parents, friends, The Five Gifts 4. ACCESS YOUR ALLIES • Build strong relationships with parents, friends, teachers, coordinators, employers, coaches and so on • Networking – “not what you know but who you know”

The Five Gifts 5. • • LEARNING IS ONGOING Keep learning to keep pace The Five Gifts 5. • • LEARNING IS ONGOING Keep learning to keep pace with change. Concept of life long learning Tracking your assets: write a resume to record skills and abilities, electronic career portfolio Keep your resume up to date

VCE § Year 11 – 6 subjects x 2 units = 12 units eg. VCE § Year 11 – 6 subjects x 2 units = 12 units eg. Units 1 and 2 Accounting English compulsory Base VCE subject selections on: • Interests, what you are good at and prerequisite subjects for tertiary courses

VCE • How does EDSC assist in subject selection? • All Year 10 students VCE • How does EDSC assist in subject selection? • All Year 10 students have a MIPs (Managed Individual Pathways Interview) • All Year 10 and 11 students undertake on one counselling in Term 3 • All Year 10 students complete Work Experience

VCE • All Year 10’s complete Work Experience from 9 Sept – 20 Sept VCE • All Year 10’s complete Work Experience from 9 Sept – 20 Sept • All Year 10’s will participate in a La Trobe University Experience Day on 26 June • One on one careers counselling available to all students at Year 10 and Year 11

VCE & VET-Vocational Education & Training Can complete a TAFE certificate as part of VCE & VET-Vocational Education & Training Can complete a TAFE certificate as part of VCE VET certificate counts as one VCE subject It does contribute to the ATAR (as either scored or unscored assessment) • More hands on. Equips students with employable skills • •

VCAL • • Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning Offered at East Doncaster SC Covers: VCAL • • Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning Offered at East Doncaster SC Covers: Literacy and Numeracy Skills, Industry Specific Skills, Work Related Skills and Personal Development Skills Also offered at TAFE and The Pines Learning

VCAL • VCAL is an alternative to VCE. It is a senior school certificate. VCAL • VCAL is an alternative to VCE. It is a senior school certificate. There are 3 levels: • Foundation: Equivalent to Year 10 • Intermediate: Equivalent to Year 11 • Senior: Equivalent to Year 12

VCAL • EDSC model: • 2 days at school (covering literacy & numeracy, work VCAL • EDSC model: • 2 days at school (covering literacy & numeracy, work related skills & personal development skills) • 2 days completing a school based apprenticeship/traineeship in chosen industry field of interest • 1 day at TAFE completing certificate qualification

TERTIARY OPTIONS • POST YEAR 12 • UNIVERSITY – complete Bachelor degree (undergraduate) (3 TERTIARY OPTIONS • POST YEAR 12 • UNIVERSITY – complete Bachelor degree (undergraduate) (3 – 5 years) • Post graduate: Masters, PH D • Independent learner • Lectures, tutorials, exams • Fees: $4, 000 – 9, 000 approx

TERTIARY OPTIONS • TAFE-complete Diploma or Advanced diploma (1 -2 years) • More hands TERTIARY OPTIONS • TAFE-complete Diploma or Advanced diploma (1 -2 years) • More hands on, more practical • Smaller classes • On going assessment, no pressure of exams • Fees: variable per year

Which course do I choose? Consider: • Type of learner • Content of course Which course do I choose? Consider: • Type of learner • Content of course • Work Experience opportunities paid/voluntary (also called work placement or IBL – industry based learning) • Study programs & exchange programs • Facilities • Other?

How do you find out about courses? • See Careers counsellors • Visit tertiary How do you find out about courses? • See Careers counsellors • Visit tertiary institution information sessions (during term and school hols) and open days (usually in August) • Visit Careers Expos • Careers Expo at EDSC on 17 July for students Tertiary institution guest speakers visited in May. • Year 10 Excursion to La Trobe Uni

PATHWAYS • TAFE TO UNIVERSITY • ALWAYS consider pathways • 2 years of TAFE PATHWAYS • TAFE TO UNIVERSITY • ALWAYS consider pathways • 2 years of TAFE will take 1 – 1 and a half years off a university bachelor degree • Consider Associate Degrees • Government funding based on proceeding to higher qualification ie. Diploma to degree • Ie. Degree to TAFE will mean TAFE fees will be full fees ($10, 000? ? )

Useful Resources • See complete list in Careers Resources Handout • The Job Guide Useful Resources • See complete list in Careers Resources Handout • The Job Guide • The VICTER (prerequisite subjects for tertiary courses)(for Year 10 students), VTAC website, VCAA website • TAFE/University websites • EDSC website (Learning tab – Careers & Pathways)

IN CONCLUSION • Remember: • Things are certainly different to when we were at IN CONCLUSION • Remember: • Things are certainly different to when we were at school • Encourage your son/daughter to follow their dreams • Share the journey with them • They will potentially have 5 -6 career changes during their lifetime • Encourage the concept of lifelong learning

School Holiday Activities • Deakin University • Year 10 Information Evenings- 28 May • School Holiday Activities • Deakin University • Year 10 Information Evenings- 28 May • See: http: //www. deakin. edu. au/study-atdeakin/future-students • Latrobe University: Experience Latrobe – • 10 July • See: http: //www. latrobe. edu. au/experience/ • melbourne • RMIT: www. rmit. edu. au/experiencedays

Contact • email: kennedy. suzanna@eastdonsc. vic. edu. au • Kennedy. suzanna. s@edumail. vic. gov. Contact • email: kennedy. [email protected] vic. edu. au • Kennedy. suzanna. [email protected] vic. gov. au • Phone: 98422244