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Yr 10 presentation practice


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Yr 10 senior school informaiton night presentation by careers advisor for yr 11-12 2012-2013.

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Yr 10 presentation practice

  1. 1. Year 10: Whatnext?Thinking about your future
  2. 2. Whatyouhave to do:• For young people who have completed Year 10 but have not reached 17 years of age there are a number of options:• enrol in a secondary school;• enrol in a training course at TAFE NSW;• undertake an apprenticeship or traineeship;• enrol in a training course with another approved training organisation• undertake employment: or• undertake some combination of education or training and employment.
  3. 3. Something to consider:Leave school early = doubled chances of unemployed, lowerwages and have poorer quality of life outcomes;Continue with education = enhanced life choices and bettereconomic and social outcomes. Unemployment rates based on education level
  4. 4. What are your options?
  5. 5. 1. HSC at our schoolAttend_____and study a range of subjectsinternally:English Mathematics BiologyChemistry Physics D&TPDHPE Ancient/Modern History Food TechGeography Business Studies ICTLegal Studies Economics DramaMusic I or II Visual Arts Bib Studies•Small classes•Caring teachers and staff•Christian environment•Extra curricula sport, Music, Drama, Ministry options
  6. 6. 2. HSC at TCC plus external subject Study usually 5 subjects internally and 1 by distance education Usually occurs when a subject area isn’t offered at TCC due to lack of numbers and the subject is in the students area of passion. This option needs to be discussed with MrsChate and Mr Greenwood to determine suitability. School Policy: parents pay half of enrolment fees for the external subject. Fees can vary depending on distance provider and type of course.
  7. 7. 3. TAFE• North coast TAFE have 2 local campuses- Great Lakes and Taree.• A range of courses• A range of levels: Certificate 1 through to Diploma
  8. 8. School leavers
  9. 9. 4. Traineeship or apprenticeships • variety of certificate levels • more than 500 occupations • traditional trades plus emerging careers • most sectors of business and industry
  10. 10. Good place to start looking:
  11. 11. 5. Get a full time jobTake up full time employment with anemployer of your choice. •Create a resume •Visit employment agencies •Get your resume out there!
  12. 12. 6. Course with another provider Full time course with another private provider. Usually in metropolitan areas. Good place to start looking is Private Colleges Australia website- not exhaustive list but contains links to many. Each college will have different entry requirements and fees, plus you’ll needs to consider living expenses if you move away from home.
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  14. 14. 7. Combination work and study You may do a part time course at TAFE or another college and work part time =FULL TIME SBAT= School based apprenticeship and traineeships A School Based Apprenticeship or Traineeship combines paid work, training and school; and as well as an industry recognised national qualification you will gain credit towards the HSC maybe even an ATAR Check out the website-we cant offer the training but can help you find a training provider if you have a business willing to partner with you.
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  16. 16. What can I do to be bestprepared for 2012 and beyond?
  17. 17. What can I do to be best prepared for 2012 and beyond? Use your job guide: Book you received Website:
  18. 18. What can I do to be best prepared for 2012 and beyond? Choose your subjects wisely Think about •What you are good at •What you are interested in •What you think you might want to do when you leave school
  19. 19. What can I do to be best prepared for 2012 and beyond? If you want to go to university: Choose subjects that will result in an ATAR Check out the University Entry Requirements 2014 - Year 10 booklet Make sure you take any pre-requisite courses
  20. 20. What can I do to be best prepared for 2012 and beyond? TALK to: • subject teachers • Parents • friends • advisors from TAFE and universities and training providers • students who are currently studying the subjects you are interested in • employers or people within an industry or organisation that interests you • role models or successful people in the career area of your choice.