Career Development 2201
Career education is an ongoing process whereby students integrate their personal, family, school, work and community learning experiences to facilitate career and lifestyle changes. Career Development is a two credit course that is intended to assist students to address outcomes distributed throughout three major course strands:
Career Explorations - Learning and Work
Career Preparations - Life and Work Building
This course is designed to help students develop the skills they need to continuously make effective career decisions throughout their lives. Students will be required to complete a community contribution requirement (minimum 30 hours) and to develop and maintain "Employability Skills Portfolio" that they can continue to maintain and enhance throughout their academic studies and working career.
Teacher: Dion Sheppard