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empowerment engagement inspiration leadership careers advisers and transition advisers 2013

EmpowermentEngagement/ InspirationLeadership.Careers Advisers and Transition Advisers - 2013

agenda
Agenda

8:45 - 9:00am Coffee & Registration

9:00 – 9:15am Setting the Scene

9:15- 10:45am Empowerment

10:45-11:15am Morning Tea

11:15- 1pm: Inspiration and Engagement

1- 1:30pm: Lunch

1:30- 2:50pm: Leadership

2:50-3pm: Review & Future Directions

setting the scene
Setting the scene
  • 32 respondents in 2013 * 33 respondents in 2009
  • Years as a careers adviser:
  • View of C.A Role today:
    • 66% think it is becoming more interesting
    • 69% increased innovative capacity
  • C.A Perception:

Has remained consistent with 66% indicating they are first point of contact- welfare programs utilizing employers'.

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Work Experience

    • 29 schools have a work experience program that predominately caters for Yr 10 students.
    • Almost 100% of responsibility for paperwork lies with Careers Adviser however 48% of schools have a team who organisesvocational learning opportunities.
    • 15 respondents indicated work experience is reactive to student need whilst 11 schools indicated the block release format.
  • C.A role in the K-10 Syllabus implementation.
empowerment
Empowerment
  • National Career Development Strategy
  • NSW K–10 syllabuses for the Australian curriculum- additional capabilities of:
      • Civics and Citizenship
      • Difference and Diversity
      • Work and Enterprise
  • Workplace Learning Policy - Update
nsw k 10 syllabuses for the australian curriculum
NSW K-10 Syllabuses for the Australian Curriculum
  • Cross Curriculum Priorities
    • Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander histories and culture.
    • Asia and Australia’s engagement with Asia
    • Sustainability
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NSW K-10 Syllabuses for the Australian Curriculum
  • General Capabilities:

General capabilities encompass the knowledge, skills, attributes and behaviours that will assist students' to live and work successfully in the 21st Century.

  • Critical and creative thinking
  • Ethical understanding
  • Information and communication technology capability
  • Intercultural understanding
  • Literacy
  • Numeracy
  • Personal and social capability

BOS Additions:

  • Civics and citizenship
  • Difference and diversity
  • Work and enterprise.
objectives p olicy statement
Objectives- Policy Statement
  • Policy covers HSC VET work placement, work experience, career and enterprise programs, student mentoring in the workplace, SBATs.
  • Duty of Care rests with the school/ TAFE
  • Insurance and Indemnity provisions of DEC apply to work place learning placement approved by the Principal.
  • Regular and effective communication with parents/carers, support staff and host employers
  • Appropriate work place learning opportunities for students with special needs.
audience and applicability
Audience and Applicability
  • The policy applies to all education and training organisations involved in the provision of workplace learning programs to students over 14 years of age.
responsibilities and delegation
Responsibilities and Delegation
  • Principals
  • Duty of Care
  • Authorization of a suitable contact person and approval of workplace learning programs.
  • Insurance is enacted upon Principal approval of work placement
  • Injury Claims referred to Principal
  • Teachers/ Careers Advisers
  • Duty of Care
  • Providing Parents Guide to all students.
  • HSC VET: Working with WPSPs to match students appropriately and ensure SPR is complete.
  • Prepare students for WPL and follow-up during and after WPL.
  • Communicate with employers.
responsibilities
Responsibilities
  • Parents
  • Understand purpose of work place learning programs.
  • Provide permission
  • Plan safe travel arrangements.
  • Emergency contact for placements after normal business hours.
  • Report concerns to school
  • Students
  • Complete SPR
  • Participate in work placement activities.
  • Travel safely
  • Communicate concerns.
monitoring evaluation and reporting requirements
Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting Requirements
  • Principals or delegates are responsible for monitoring and evaluating workplace learning programs.
  • Inclusion of workplace learning programs into School Management Plan.
  • Reporting of workplace learning programs annually or as required.
  • Incident reporting in line with DEC Incident and reporting Policy and Procedures.
support documentation
Support Documentation
  • Student Placement Record
  • Procedures & Standards – expands on policy document
  • An Employer’s Guide to Workplace Learning
  • Guide for Parents/Carers
  • Prohibited Activities
inspiration and engagement
Inspiration and Engagement
  • Career Search- Susan Beamer St Clair HS.
  • Women in Trades- Michelle Ibrahim- Parramatta HS
  • WOW- Peter Rance- Kingswood HS
  • myFuture- Lyn Tuckwell- Hawkesbury HS
  • ‘MathsDeadlys’- Sandra Palmer- Cranebrook HS
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Inspiration and Engagement

Using as many of the snapshots as you are interested in complete the SWOT analysis. Use the points mentioned as thought prompters.

leadership
Leadership

Inspiration and Engagement - reflection using SWOT- 5 or more people share a sentence that is expressed like:

My school could consider “initiative…eg GIT” by linking it with “identified opportunity” which would strengthen “a current strength or overcome a current weakness”.

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Leadership
  • Leadership hinges on sharing a vision of possibility.
  • Leadership involves inspiring others to support you to enact the vision.
  • Leadership also involves identifying and seizing an opportunity.

How will you use your expertise to create sustainability and leave a legacy of effective practise?

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Leadership
  • Essential Information – Careers Advisers
    • Orientation
    • Management and Accountability
    • Career Development
    • Clients and Stakeholders
    • Professional Development
leadership personal communal
Leadership – Personal / Communal
  • Stephen Covey – “7 habits of highly effective people”.
  • Key areas of focus for careers and transition
  • How are you using your time?
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ODyG5lKbH08
    • Urgent and Important matrix
        • Where are you spending most of your time?
        • What could you do better?
reflection on your matrix
Reflection on your Matrix
  • In the worksheet provided I want you to brainstorm how you use your time over a day / week/ term……Your decision.
  • Reflect on your matrix and write a sentence on this reflection.
  • Can you identify areas for improvement? If so what?
  • Share in a group and see if the group can identify one idea for further PD.
review and reflect
Review and Reflect
  • Collate all PD ideas from room
  • Brainstorm other PD ideas that emerged throughout the day.
days reflection
Days reflection
  • What I thought I’d get
  • What I wanted to get from the day.
  • What I did get
  • What I would like in the future