Career Blogs. Labour Market Information Portal. New ways of thinking for tomorrow's skills. Everyone goes to conferences and meets people, but some people invite six people to lunch afterward and follow up with four carefully tended friendships forevermore.
Then they spend their lives connecting people across networks. Several years ago, Doug Lemov began studying videos of excellent teachers. Lemov, an author and teaching consultant (Teach Like a Champion), focused not on their big strategies but on their microgestures: how long they waited before calling on students to answer a question (to give the less-confident students time to get their hands up); when they paced about the classroom and when they stood still (while issuing instructions, to emphasise the importance of what was being said); how they moved around the room towards a student whose mind might be wandering. Lord, if somebody could just identify the skills it takes to give a good briefing these days, that feat alone would deserve the Nobel prize.
In part, Lemov is talking about the skill of herding cats.
Our Department. The Department leads the delivery of education and development services to children, young people and adults both directly through government schools and indirectly through the regulation and funding of early childhood services, non-government schools and training programs.
The Department implements Victorian Government policy on early childhood services, school education and training and higher education services. The Department manages Victorian government schools and drives improvement in primary and secondary government education. Our Vision. Career Industry Council of Australia (CICA) The Career Industry Council of Australia (CICA), supported by the Australian Government, developed and published the: Professional Standards for Australian Career Development Practitioners.
The publication of the Professional Standards represents a landmark in the history of Australian career development and a benchmark for career development practitioners. The Professional Standards: Smart and Skilled. Smart and Skilled is a reform of the NSW vocational education and training system.
It's helping people get the skills they need to find a job and advance their careers. From 1 January 2015, Smart and Skilled provides eligible students with: an entitlement to government-subsidised training up to and including Certificate IIIgovernment funding for higher-level courses (Certificate IV and above) in targeted priority areas. State Training Services. The Changing Nature of Organizations, Work, and Workplace. Home > The Changing Nature of Organizations, Work, and Workplace by Judith Heerwagen, Ph.D., J.H.
Heerwagen & AssociatesKevin Kelly and Kevin Kampschroer, U.S. General Services Administration Last updated: 12-15-2010 Introduction. The national peak body for the career industry. The national peak body for the career industry. About Us : Careers Advisors Association of NSW & ACT. Contact CAA - General Enquiries: (Phone) 02 9605 5858 (Email) firstname.lastname@example.org Media Enquiries: Jenine Smith (Email) email@example.com About Us The Careers Advisers Association of NSW & ACT Incorporated ABN 58 877 417 536 ("CAA") was officially established on 30 June 1975.
A group of Careers Advisers got together for a State-wide Conference in December 1974 and decided to establish a professional body for Careers Advisers. A working group was formed, and a Constitution was finalised and presented to the group on 28 June 1975, with incorporation following a couple of days later. CDAA. Providing information to Australian graduates for over forty years. Providing information to Australian graduates for over forty years. Getting Smart on Out of Class Student Support Services. Authored by Getting Smart, in partnership with Fidelis Education Download Smart Bundle hereA key challenge before schools in the next two decades is as follows: how can we take luck out of the HigherEd equation and ensure systematically that every student find THEIR purpose, develop THEIR path and develop THEIR support network of people to support them to succeed in school and in life thereafter?
Getting Smart and Fidelis Education partnered to share more about what it takes to support students outside of class and to take the luck out of this equation. In the five blogs series, ideas are shared about the importance of supporting learners in identifying their purpose, path and people. Fidelis shares why these 3 Ps are essential and help support positive learner-relationships at the HigherEd level. What role should universities play in today's society? Universities historically exist as institutions for the creation and dispersion of knowledge.
But today, many young people enter university solely to prepare for careers. In an era of demand-driven funding – where universities have the option to recruit as many students as they wish – is it beneficial for most young people to hold a university degree? Or is the benefit of a university education overstated, setting some young people up to fail? Arguably, the higher the skill level of our workforce, the higher our country’s productivity. But the nature of Australia’s workforce is changing. Young people need to be prepared for a variety of roles in a future that will be transformed by automation and digitisation. The CSIRO paints a picture that if institutions and modes of employment do not change, Australia will fail to compete with the world. Myfuture. Adventures in Career Development – Thoughts about career and other stuff from Tristram Hooley.