Inclusive Career Learning & Professional Learning

Project summary

Objective

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.

Benefits

  • 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.

Project Governance

  • Division: Education and Skills Reform
  • Project executive: Director, Pathways and Transitions
  • Project lead: Career Learning Advisor
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