The department provides several career education initiatives that schools may access, including:

  • Career EducationExternal Link – information to support delivery of a career education program that helps students make informed career decisions and equip themselves for their future
  • Careers and Pathways on Arc LearningExternal Link – resources to support career education in Years 7-12, including a series of workshops in career self-exploration for students in Years 7 and 8
  • My Career InsightsExternal Link a program that provides access to the Morrisby career diagnostic tool, followed by a one-on-one career counselling session with an external qualified and accredited careers practitioner
  • My Career PortfolioExternal Link – an online careers e-portfolio that allows students to create an online career action plan and keep all of their career planning documents in one place
  • School to WorkExternal Link – a program that supports schools to find appropriate work experience and structured workplace learning placements for students
  • Head StartExternal Link – a program that provides support for school-based apprenticeships and traineeships
  • The Trades FitExternal Link – a career expo for female and gender diverse students that demonstrates the exciting world of trade and tech industries.

The department also provides supporting information for families, including:

Resources for the Career Education Funding — Accountability and Reporting Requirements policy

Reviewed 23 February 2024

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