West Auckland Education Forum Career Education From Good To Great Dale Bailey 30 March 2012

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  • 1. Capable Auckland:Career educationfrom good to greatWest Auckland Education Forum30 March 2012Dale BaileyNorthern Area Manager
  • 2. Youth disadvantageIs this the worsttime ingenerationsto be a youngperson?
  • 3. United Nations World Youth Report• “Young people are, in general, more conscious of global issues like climate change and social equity. I think that promotion of green economies among youth is a winning solution.” MICHAEL, 23 YEARS OLD, ITALY, WORLD ESPERANTO YOUTH ORGANIZATION• “Instead of training young people to seek jobs, they should train students to create jobs.” BWENJE, UGANDA• “The most important thing is to not give up and learn new things every day.” YANIRA, 29 YEARS OLD, MEXICO• “We want to make a difference. We want a chance to work. We want to prove ourselves.” NAVJOT Kenya.
  • 4. A complex set of transitions
  • 5. Young Foundation 2011„Labour market, organisationalforms and employment structuresand patterns have shifted,requiring a new type ofworkforce with new types ofskills to adapt to newtechnologies, new competitors,new economic realities and therapid pace of change‟
  • 6. Youth Unemployment 12%of our young people are» Source: Salvation Army State of the NEET Nation February 2012
  • 7. Pasifika youth unemployment43%of Pacific teensaged 15-19 years"Unless these young people haveskills, it will be very difficult for themto compete for employment, so weneed to be investing in those skills," Hekia Parata, Minister of Pacific Island Affairs & Minister of EducationSource: One News, Sunday 4 March 2012
  • 8. "Its real hard because they are looking for so much, they are looking for experienced workers,they are looking for qualifications” young job seeker Sitivi Pulepule Source: One News Sunday 4 March 2012
  • 9. “… the young of today have been portrayed as a bunch of spoiled slackers, whove been so coddled and indulged by their spinelessparents that they effectively refused to grow up ...” Tapu Misa, columnist, New Zealand Herald 20 February 2012
  • 10. “...nice theory, but, as always, the truth is a little more complex. Whatis becoming abundantly clear is that, far from the easy ride portrayed in the media, this generation is facing unprecedented challenges on the way to adulthood.” Tapu Misa, columnist, New Zealand Herald 20 February 2012
  • 11. “Some of the injustices and dire situations our young people are facing in today’s world aretantamount to crimes toward our young people themselves” A Snapshot of our Young People Salvation Army‟s The Growing Divide – state of the nation report February 2012
  • 12. What motivates young people?• Systemic success (qualifications, jobs, income)• Subjective satisfaction (experience of recognition and motivation)• Well being and fulfillment• Giving back to society• Identity independence and autonomy• Social integration• Social mobility » Source: Young Foundation ‘The Way to work’ 2011
  • 13. What are the most important things?
  • 14. Tracks to adulthood“Young people do makechoices, they decide whatto do in relation to what hasalready happened in theirlives and in relation to theirfuture plans andaspirations.However, their choices aresituated biographically andsocially” Tracks to Adulthood New Zealand Council of Educational Research (2011) Dr Lesley Patterson
  • 15. What might careers offer?• Dialogue between learner and teacher• Motivational and inspirational• Opportunity to see relevance of studies• Student-teacher partnerships
  • 16. “The lifelong process of managing learning, work, leisure andtransitions in order to move towards a personally determined and evolving future.” [Canadian] National Steering Committee for Career Development Guidelines and Standards, 2004
  • 17. From advice to competency
  • 18. Career Education BenchmarksSelf review toolBest practice guideNot just the careers teamkey student competencies
  • 19. How do they fit?
  • 20. Key structure
  • 21. What students need .Students:• have a strong awareness of self, their identity, language and culture, how they relate to others and their potential for development• can identify the many future possibilities and opportunities available to them in life, learning and work.• understand the consequences of their choices and decisions and the impact they have on themselves and others• are able to make flexible life, learning and work plans. They have the capabilities to seek and secure opportunities and are adaptable and responsive to change.
  • 22. Career Development Plan
  • 23. 2020• Sense making• Novel and adaptive thinking• Social intelligence• New media literacy• Computational thinking• Cognitive load management• Cross cultural competency• Design mindset• Virtual collaboration
  • 24. 2020 - Jobs in decline1. Word processors/typists2. Data entry keyboard operators3. Miscellaneous Agricultural workers4. Cooks - fast food5. Postal service clerks6. Switch board operators / answering services7. Mail carriers8. Sewing machine operators9. Mail sorters10. Farmers ranchers, agricultural managersSource: US Department of Labour
  • 25. Use this slide for images and diagramsMore engaged in education andwork, through having a deeper knowledge about themselves.