Reimagining Careers Education
2022 series begins May 19
2022 Session 1:
* Forthcoming * May 19, 4pm AEST
We're back, live online for our popular careers education professional development and networking series. In our first session for 2022 we welcome Matt Dolan, Futures Educator at Lindfield Learning Village. With Matt's insight, innovation is on the table, specifically how we innovate in careers education in the midst of a pandemic.
Join us for a provocative, practical and thought-provoking session.Reserve your free spot
2021 Session 1:
The Burning Issues Facing Careers Leaders in 2021
As a careers educator, what keeps you up at night? We revisit our first session topic from 2020 to talk about how far things have moved on and what challenges lie ahead.
The discussion ranges from the reading, reports and events that are informing our professional practice now, to how careers guidance is seen as crucially important in a time of change and uncertainty.
2021 Session 2:
Teenage Career Preparation: What Really Works?
Special guest, Dr Anthony Mann of the OECD presents on the latest results from the OECD Career Readiness project. His team has been analysing big datasets from the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) to see what really works in career preparation for teenagers. Using data from over 70 countries including Australia, the project identified important new teenage indicators of better outcomes in adult employment. These include how teenagers think about their futures in work and what they do to explore these ideas.
2020 Session 1:
What keeps you up at night?
As we waited for news about COVID restrictions here in Australia, we devoted our first session to discussing the implications of the pandemic for careers education. What are the biggest challenges for young people that we'll need to address?
What opportunities and ideas have come up as a result of the COVID pandemic?
2020 Session 2:
From Work Experience to Work Experiments
Our second session focused on reimagining work experience from 2020 onwards. We are joined by Matt Dolan, Futures Educator, as we discuss the question: What are the elements of work experience that we need to retain, and can the current challenges provide a catalyst for an even more valuable approach to emerge?
2020 Session 3:
The mismatch between aspiration and opportunity
Are we doing enough to bring young people's career aspirations closer to the opportunities of today and tomorrow?
2020 Session 4:
'Life Design' as a Core Subject
Our fourth session welcomes Greg Miller, Principal Leader of St Luke's Catholic College. Greg discusses designing a whole school approach to student futures, and what this can achieve.
2020 Session 5:
Do We Have Brand Problem?
The topic for this session was chosen by the community. We dive into the question of careers education and its 'brand image' in a workshop discussion format. Are some of the biggest challenges we face down to an image problem? If so, what do we do to start addressing the issue?
2020 session 6:
Making the Value Visible
2020 Session 7:
University Tuition Fee ChaNges
In Australia, the fees for university courses have been dramatically changed. This session discusses the implications of these wide-scale University tuition fee changes. What do these changes mean for students and for those helping them make choices about courses?
2020 Session 8:
Parents as Informed and Valuable Collaborators
Young people's aspirations and career decisions are heavily influenced by their parents. Parents are also powerful forces for change within a school context. This session focuses on how to engage parents as informed and valuable collaborators, and their role in guiding young people and supporting an increasing focus on student futures in schools.
2020 session 9:
Virtual Initiatives in Remote Learning
2020 Session 10:
Year 12s of 2020 need to know...
This week we're joined by Careers Advisors from across states and sectors to talk about the conversations and concerns of the 2020 Year 12s (and Year 13s). We talked about the big things worrying students and shared ideas for supporting them both practical and psychological.
2020 Session 11:
a whole school approach to careers education
This session dives into how we plan for a whole-school approach to careers education, including the benefits and the barriers. We welcome our guest speaker, Grace Kinch, Director of Curriculum, Korowa Anglican Girls' School for this week's discussion.
2020 session 12:
excellence in careers education programs
2020 Session 13:
Wellbeing and Careers Education
How does wellbeing and career development overlap, and what's the opportunity here for K-12 schools? Our guests Dave E. Redekopp and Michael Huston, are leaders in this field and authors of 'Strengthening Mental Health Through Effective Career Development: A Practitioner's Guide', available through Amazon.com.au or for a free pdf download, from www.ceric.ca/cdmh.