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Resources to help students along their Study and Career paths.

A List of Powerful Questions for Students Choosing Career Paths. Students who are choosing career paths while either in or out of school usually have serious thinking to do. Having a list of good essential questions can make that choice easier. Performance strategist Laura Garnett has provided a hundred of them in her INC article entitled 100 Essential Questions That Will Change Your Career Path (for the Better). Like us, Laura clearly believes in the importance of asking good questions: “The answer always lies within us–it just takes some time to excavate.

We’ve chosen to share a preview of some of them for a few reasons. Here are just a few of the questions on Laura’s thoughtful list. What do you like to learn? Careers Magazine - Canada. Bullseye Career Information. Workplace Basics - Online Training - Fair Work Ombudsman. Courses If you're an employee, you may be interested in our courses on: Difficult conversations Starting a new job If you're an employer, manager or supervisor, you may be interested in our courses on: Difficult conversations Hiring employees Managing performance Managing employees Diversity and discrimination Workplace flexibility. Visit our free and interactive Online learning centre now. Quiz Our Workplace Basics quiz will test your knowledge about everyday workplace issues like pay, leave, record keeping, termination and more. You'll get immediate feedback as you move through the quiz, and if it looks like you need some help with certain topics you'll be provided with links to tools and resources to help you out.

Once you've completed the quiz you'll also have an opportunity to download a completion certificate. Take the quiz now. aLife - Australia's best careers information website. Dec 2011. <h4>Please enable javascript to see the dynamic graph content</h4> Information on people's experience in the labour market - about when and whether they work, in what sort of jobs and for how many hours a week - is a window into life in Australia.

It highlights changes in both our economy and society and the interactions between them. The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) collects this information through its Labour Force Survey (LFS). The LFS is the Bureau's longest running household survey and has provided the basis on which the ABS has built an extensive program of labour and social surveys of the Australian population. The LFS provides official statistics about the number of employed and unemployed Australians and their working arrangements. Labour statistics are used by government and business analysts, academics, employee and employer organisations, and the community, and they help in the development, monitoring and evaluation of policy. Production and service industries 1. 2.


What is an ATAR? A Simple Explanation for Parents, Students and Teachers | Tutoring for Excellence. What is an ATAR? A Simple Explanation for Parents, Students and Teachers Graduating from high school is a turning point for both students and parents. The lead up to final exams can be very stressful for everyone involved as students work to get the highest scores possible. An ATAR is a culmination of over a year’s worth of high school work that determines a student’s choices after school and for some their futures too. What is the ATAR? The ATAR or Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank is the number which determines a student’s entry into university. How the ATAR is calculated The ATAR process involves several steps and components. For each subject taken there are 4 marks which are attributed to it: Examination MarkAssessment MarkHSC MarkPerformance Band School Scaling One of the biggest influences on your ATAR is actually an individual’s school rank.

Example Let’s say that John’s results in English class have ranked him fifth out of ten students in his class. HSC Mark Scaling Aggregate. ATARs and other examination terms explained | The Good Schools Guide. Home - myfuture. A guide to starting a new job. SkillsOne - Hundreds of Videos About Getting a Trade or Skill. Role Models » Pathways. There are many different pathways students can take to study a non-traditional occupation. Your career pathway is the journey you take to reach your goals. You decide what Pathway is right for you. Some of the pathways you can take to achieve your desired career in a non-traditional occupation are: The Australian Apprenticeships – “For more information about Australian Apprenticeships contact your local Australian Apprenticeships Centre, or visit, or call the Australian Apprenticeships referral line on 13 38 73 to find Australian Apprenticeships Centres in your region.

(Note – that this will need to be updated 1 July 2015 to detail the new AASN) Australian School-Based Apprenticeships – Young Australians can get a head start with their careers by beginning an Australian Apprenticeship while still working towards their senior secondary school certificate. SALT Australia – The aims of SALT are: Group Training Association NSW & ACT.


Employment in Industries. CV's, Resumes, Cover Letters. Interviews. Employers. Home - Australian JobSearch. Myfuture: Home. The 8 Skills Students Must Have For The Future | Global Digital Citizen Foundation. Via Edudemic by Katie Lepi This year’s “The Learning Curve” report from Pearson takes a look at education across the globe. One of the main things the report does is rank the world’s educational systems (which we’ll talk about in a different post). What I find even more interesting is the focus on what skills current students need to meet the ever changing needs of the global market, and some potential ways to address shortcomings in our collective educational systems.

So what are the things that are becoming just as important as the ever-traditional ‘Reading, Writing, and Math’? Necessary Skills For The Future LeadershipDigital LiteracyCommunicationEmotional IntelligenceEntrepreneurshipGlobal CitizenshipProblem SolvingTeam-Working Related The 7 Skills Students Must Have For The Future via Edudemic Are students prepared for the future? In "Collaboration Fluency"