Careers and Pathways

Career development is the ongoing process of managing life, learning and work. It involves developing the skills and knowledge that enable students to plan ahead and make informed decisions about education, training and career choices.

 

The Careers and Pathways Coordinator is responsible for all Vocational Education and Training in Schools (VETiS) students, and promotes career education through Career events and Seminars, and by posting information related to post-secondary and tertiary options in the College Newsletter, Emmaus.

The Careers and Pathways Coordinator offers career-based one-on-one interviews with all students to assist in the development of their personal attributes, skills and interests in relation to their employability skills for the future. These employability skills combine the students’ experiences at school, at home, and in the wider community.

Students are empowered to develop and maintain their personal Career Action Plans through both individual careers advice interviews and year level careers education programs.

At the conclusion of their studies at the College, students will be in an informed position to transition into further education, training or employment that best meets their needs.

 

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