Career Development aims to support students to identify possible future pathways and develop work-based skills to increase their success in the workplace.
Career Development is an important part of a students’ learning development. Through their engagement in the specialised subject, students will have the opportunity to consider different educational and career pathways and gain confidence in their work-based skills.
Students will be encouraged to reflect on their personal qualities and work style preferences through a range of resources that promote conversations about their learning and career goals.
Students will also develop a Career Plan, a flexible document they can edit and reflect on during their time at Whyalla High School
Year 10 students are also encouraged to complete Work Experience in fields they are interested in pursuing to provide them with hands-on opportunities in the workplace. For information on Work Experience refer to the 2020 curriculum guide.
For further information on pathway options please visit the school’s career website