Pathways

Pathways Newsletter

Dreaming and Discovering

Students will have the opportunities to discover and learn about the world of work. They will learn about the wide range of resources and information available to them, including their own community.

Aspiring and Exploring

Students use a range of activities to understand and analyse how personal characteristics such as attitudes, interests, values, beliefs and behaviours influence career decisions. They will learn about the wide range of resources and information available to them, including their own community. 

These tasks and your other class work will help you think about what is special about you, build your work knowledge and assist you in reflecting on your future choices.

Learning and Focusing

Students will have the opportunities to explore and learn about the world of work.

They will learn about the wide range of resources and information available to them.

The activities in this course and your other class work will help you think about what is special about you, build your work knowledge and assist you in reflecting on your future choices.

Planning and Choosing

Year 10 is a significant time for most young people as they begin to make some serious decisions that will have significant impact on their career pathways.

Students focus on planning their pathway to achieve broad career goals that offer a range of options. They use their increased self-knowledge and deeper understanding of the education and training requirements to inform these decisions. They focus on the need to be flexible and the importance of networks to create and make opportunities.

Opportunities and Deciding

It is important for young people to review their pathway plans regularly to incorporate increased knowledge, changes in direction and recording of goals achieved. Students should be encouraged to be mindful that career development is a lifelong journey and the world of employment is always changing. They will learn about the wide range of resources and information available to them and to make informed decisions on completing Year 12.