Co-design and deliver accredited professional learning to build the capacity and knowledge of Career and Transition Advisers to improve the career education and transition outcomes of young people with disability.
- Strengthen the knowledge and understanding of Career and Transition Advisers to enable them to better support the career aspirations of students with disability.
- Planning for students with disability is collaborative and informed.
- Establish professional learning that can be delivered consistently across NSW, and contains links to resources and key contacts.
- Provide professional learning that is Quality Assured (QA) by the Department of Education and contributes to participants accredited hours.
- Professional learning can be delivered virtually to extend the reach across NSW and not disadvantage rural and remote schools.
What will success look like?
- Professional learning will be well subscribed.
- Post learning surveys indicate participant confidence and knowledge levels have increased.
- Students with disability are provided relevant information and advice that supports their identified career and transition pathway.
How will success be measured?
- Pre and post training surveys.
- Data extracted from the annual School to Work report.
- Feedback from Career and Transition Advisers.
Key project milestones
- The professional learning is co-designed and ready for the QA process by the end of Term 2.
- The QA process is completed by the end of Term 3.
- Professional learning delivered in Term 4.
- Division: Education and Skills Reform
- Project executive: Director, Pathways and Transitions
- Project lead: Career Learning Advisor