Career development and transitions tools
Western Australian Guidelines for Career Development and Transitions
Outlines an approach by schools to assist students in managing the various stages of transition through school and on to further education -
Staff can audit the various activities undertaken -
A tool to support the design and implementation of career development and transitions programs and services download
Case Study: Aspirations Career Guidance Program
This program is intended to assist Year 9 students begin thinking about their pathways into the ‘world of work’. The program combines industry guest speakers with site visits and student workbook activities. It was created by the Order of Australia Association’s Western Australian Branch and has now been successfully run at several Western Australian schools.
Additional details about the program
Case study documents
The schools that have participated in the early pilot programs have provided their basic planning materials and student journals to assist others looking to run similar programs. These timetable of events are useful tools in showcasing how the schools put together the different resources throughout the year.
School planners used to organise the program
Example lesson plans
Examples of student journals documenting their learning during the program
Career Development and Youth Mentoring Conference Day
This was a conference day organised by the National Partnership on Youth Attainment and Transitions Career Development Steering Group for school teachers, pastoral carers, school leaders and career development practitioners to network and discuss issues related to Career Development and Mentoring.
Participants had the opportunity to:
- Link the elements of the Western Australian Guidelines for Career Development and Transitions and the Western Australian Youth Mentoring Reform Strategic Framework;
- Gain an understanding of what mentoring light look like in a school setting, especially for those young people in transition and;
- Access, analyse and evaluate relevant research documents.
Listed below are links to the various presentations from the day: