Work Studies Stage 6

Work in all its forms – paid and unpaid – plays a central role in our lives.

Technological, social and economic factors are rapidly changing the nature of work, the traditional patterns of work organisation and how individuals engage in work.

The successful transition of students from school to the workforce and further education and training is essential for individuals and for society. Individuals will need to be flexible and responsive to change along their career pathway.

Opportunities for workers to change jobs, develop new skills and to obtain new experiences will be part of the future world of work.

Read the full Work Studies Stage 6 course description.

Read the version log for Work Studies Stage 6 syllabus and assessment changes.

Join our Work Education 7 – 10 and Work Studies Stage 6 statewide staffroom for resources and updates.

For more information, please read the HSIE webpage.


  • Teaching and learning

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  • Skills and Pathways
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