The Pathways and Transitions, Career Learning team is dedicated to the development and provision of quality professional learning for careers, transition advisers and school staff.
Professional learning is core to enable educators to improve their practice which leads to improved student outcomes and achievements.
Professional learning events
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Career Bites is delivered virtually by the Career and Workplace Learning team.
Career Bites is a series of short, sharp webinars designed specifically for careers and transition advisers.
Sessions are recorded and then uploaded under the recordings tab in the professional learning and meetings channel.
Date: Wednesday 25 October
Topic: Mission Possible - Work Experience with the Australian Defence Force
Week 6: Wednesday 15 November
Topic: Unleashing your Inner Genius with Jade Moffat - Corporate Social Responsibility Lead - IBM A/NZ
Week 9: Wednesday 6 December
Topic: Wrap up and planning for 2024
Email Arthur Zigas for enquiries and suggestions: Arthur.email@example.com.
Title: Inclusive career learning strategies for students from refugee backgrounds
This professional learning supports teachers working with students from refugee backgrounds as they transition to post school pathways.
Co-designed and delivered by Multicultural Education and Career & Workplace Learning, this workshop will present information about the refugee experience and its impact, demonstrate collaborative practices within schools and offer strategies on how to effectively communicate with students from refugee backgrounds and their families.
Date: 27 November 2023,
Time: 1.00pm – 3:30pm
Venue: virtual delivery, teams link provided on registration.
Scott Barnier, Career Learning Advisor, 0499 851 389, firstname.lastname@example.org
Amy Greenshields, Student Transition Coordinator, 0447 229 421, email@example.com
myfuture will be hosting face to face workshops in 2024.
myfuture is Australia’s National Career Information Service and provides online resources to explore career pathways and tools to develop self-knowledge for career decision-making.
Face to face workshops
Location: 105 Phillip Street, Parramatta
Tuesday 19 March 2024
Tuesday 3 September 2024
Contact: Gigi Awadalla Transition Advisor
NOTE: The primary and secondary sessions differ in their focus: the primary session emphasizes concepts like identity formation and influences, while the secondary session centres on career exploration and decision-making. These distinctions also extend to the recommended strategies.