About the program
The Educational Pathways Program is an innovative program designed to improve education and career outcomes for young people by introducing NSW public high schools students to a range of vocational training and employment pathways.
About the Educational Pathways Program
The Educational Pathways Program was launched as a pilot in 24 schools in 2020. As a result of the successful pilot phase, the program is now being delivered in 148 government high schools across 9 regions of NSW.
The Educational Pathways Program complements existing careers education activities through the provision of additional resources, including two key roles; Head Teachers Careers and SBAT Engagement Officers, who work closely with schools to:
- Ensure students have access to sound advice, great training pathways and rewarding work opportunities.
- Promote SBAT opportunities, a proven pathway for students to successfully transition to work and/or further education.
- Match students with SBAT employers and offer tailored support and mentoring for students exploring these pathways.
- Streamline delivery of the program across groups of schools.
- Support students with barriers to education.
View a list of all schools taking part in the Educational Pathways Program.
Explore each of the 8 initiatives that schools have access to as part of the Educational Pathways Program.
For enquiries about the Educational Pathways Program, please email the program team.
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