Dealing with Change

In-school Workshops for Students and Teachers

If you’re looking to boost your students’ engagement and knowledge, there are a whole host of companies that offer workshops and presentations that can be delivered directly in your classroom. From STEM to entrepreneurship, careers, leadership skills and future building, there are lots of options out there, many of which can be tailored to your …

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R U OK? Educator Hub

The R U OK? Educator Hub contains a variety of free resources, activities and presentations for schools, to help primary and secondary students to understand more about R U OK? and looking out for one another. The new R U OK? secondary schools presentation can be utilised by anyone who wants to introduce high school …

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The Learning Curve Wellbeing Program

The Learning Curve is a structured 48 week student wellbeing program helping students to become their best possible selves. Weekly topics and activities are derived from a combination of six equally important elements which when exercised in conjunction with each other can show how healthy a student’s state of wellbeing is. The Learning Curve program …

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World Mental Health Day 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has been a challenging time for managing our mental health. Lockdowns, social distancing requirements, travel restrictions, and the constantly changing position we find ourselves in is stressful. This makes prioritising our mental health and wellbeing more important than ever. This year, World Mental Health Day is on October 10. The message is …

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Writing Activities Study Work Grow

Career Lesson Writing Activities

We’ve put together a range of writing prompt worksheets for you to use with students in class. Use them to start a discussion amongst students, or insert them into your career lessons. Each activity is structured to get students thinking about one of the key Careers and Work Studies topics. Students are prompted to think …

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Introducing My Growth Hub

My Growth Hub has been developed by Online Courses Australia with support from the Queensland Government to deliver free online training and learning opportunities for COVID-19 impacted small business owners and Queenslanders. With hundreds of short courses across more than 20 industries including aged care, animal health, business, education and childcare, travel and tourism and …

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Changing careers in the future

A recent survey by SEEK has found that 65% of Australians are working in a different field than they thought they’d be when they finished high school. Changing careers is becoming more and more common, and is always an option if you find yourself not enjoying your work. There are heaps of ways you can …

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Yarn Safe with headspace

Yarn Safe is a youth-lead mental health initiative for young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. If you’ve got a lot going on in your life, there are heaps of resources you can check out to help you or someone else doing it tough. There’s no shame in talking it out. Take a look at …

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Bond | Medical Program Information Session

Do you have questions about Bond’s Medical Program? The Bond University Medical Program offers students opportunities to bring to life their ambitions to become outstanding practitioners, thinkers, and leaders, well equipped to deliver evidence-based, patient-centered health care that meets the needs of a diverse community. We invite you to join the Dean of Medicine who will provide an …

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MyFuture – Resources for Teachers

MyFuture is a national career information service that helps guide young people towards their path to the future. They have a huge variety of resources available for teachers and careers advisers to support their students. Here are some of their useful resources: Explore the future of work School to work pathways infographics Teaching resources Discover …

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Are you ready to leave school?

Are you ready to leave school?

Finalise your 2021 study or work plans   Now’s the time (if you haven’t already) to finalise what you’ll be doing next year.   Planning a gap year?   You’re perfectly entitled to take a break and have some fun. Even if international travel isn’t on the cards just yet, there is plenty that you …

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Checklists for Students in 2020

Checklists for Students in 2020

Term 4 is traditionally hectic with so much being crammed into the last term of the year. In 2020 it might seem even crazier than usual. We’ve created some simple checklists that are designed to help students hopefully stress less and keep their focus on exams.  Enabling them to stay on track and easing their …

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Navigator Youth Development Program

Navigator Youth Development Program will give you personal motivation, boost your self-esteem and confidence, and provide you with the skills to map your journey of self-discovery. Through adventure, laughter and some one-on-one with the wilderness, you’ll find you’re capable of more than you thought possible. Navigator is a 12-day personal development program for youth aged …

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ANU | Remote Learning Webinar

Our upcoming webinar focuses on different areas of study, and the experiences of students studying Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences. You will also get to hear from current students about what it has been like to shift from studying on campus, to studying remotely. Tune in to see where a degree in Humanities, Arts and …

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Skillsroad Career Lesson Plans

Skillsroad has a variety of lesson plan resources available for Careers Advisors to help their students plan future career pathways. They have lesson plans on work styles, resilience and motivation, interviewing, and more. Lessons contain a content mix of theory, stories, videos and activities aimed at engaging students and encouraging active participation and introspection. Find …

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FirstGEN at the University of Adelaide

The University of Adelaide’s FirstGEN program is for Year 12 students who are the first in their family to attend university. The aim of the program is to build high school students’ university knowledge and prepare them for a bright future. Program sessions include: interactive Q&A sessions about key university concepts sessions with students and …

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University of Melbourne | Skills and Careers for the 21st Century: Where to from here?

Even prior to the pandemic, the 21st Century had started to require different sets of skills and attitudes in understanding what skills are important for rapidly changing industries. The current pandemic has only escalated these changes. As a result, students are expected to have a very different skills profile by the time they graduate from …

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Creative Careers

If you’re a creative teen thinking about future study options or a career in the arts, or wondering if your creative talents are still relevant, this talk’s for you. Liminal magazine founder and PhD student Leah Jing McIntosh and journalist and documentary filmmaker Santilla Chingaipe will survey the changing landscape of the arts in Australia, …

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Satellite Connect Youth Online

Having a parent with a mental illness or mental health challenge can be hard. At Satellite Foundation we understand that keeping connected with others who share similar experiences can help. Satellite Connect Youth is a safe and supportive online program for anyone in Australia aged 14 – 17 years who has a parent with a …

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Be a Conservation Volunteer with Projects Abroad

Do you want to do more to protect the environment and endangered animals? Do you enjoy the great outdoors? Are you interested in a career in conservation someday? Volunteering with Projects Abroad could be the perfect experience for you. You’ll learn directly from conservation experts, and do work that has a tangible impact on local …

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Why your soft skills matter

When you apply for a job you know you’ll need to have the right qualifications and technical skills, they’re the hard skills, the absolutes for each specific job. Soft skills are your personal attributes, the things that will enable you to function well in your role, work well in a team, interact with other people …

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