The Australian Blueprint for Career Development The Blueprint provides guidelines for helping to deliver career education by providing a series of competencies at various stages of learning Australian Blueprint for Career Education (the Blueprint) Three key areas: Area A: Personal Management
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The Blueprint provides guidelines for helping to deliver career education by providing a series of competencies at various stages of learning
Three key areas:
Area A: Personal Management
Area B: Learning and Work Exploration
Area C: Career Building
Eleven main career competencies:
Area A-Personal Management:
Area B-Learning and Work Exploration:
Area C-Career Building
Performance Indicators at four learning stages:
Stage one: Acquire
Stage two: Apply
Stage three: Personalise
Stage four: Act
Within each competency are performance indicators students could be assessed against: e.g.
Area B-Learning and Work Exploration.
Career Competency 5: locate and effectively use career information.
Phase III – Post-compulsory students
Learning Taxonomy Stage II – Apply
5.3.6 Use career information resources such as career directories, occupational classification systems, labour market information, mass media, computer and Internet-based career information delivery systems to locate trend information on occupational and industry trends, education an training trends, and social and economic trends.
5 indicates the career competency
3 indicates the phase
8 indicates the performance indicator