Help young understand the importance of life balance.
Help young understand the importance of reflection.
Help young people to consider the things they can do over the school holidays to start building on their future careers.
Help young people to consider the things they can do while they’re still at school to start building on their future careers.
Help students weigh up their options and understand possible pathways.
Empower students to find their own information about careers and industries.
You need to know which qualifications you will need for any jobs you’re interested in – otherwise you won’t be able to get the training you need and apply.
Change in the workplace is normal, but unexpected changes can mean we need to rethink our future plans.
You are the one writing your story – you get to decide where your life is going to lead, so you need the skills to draw your map with confidence.
We all have many possible future selves, but working out what they look like can help us plan our pathway.
Reflect on your place in the world of work.
How much do you know about your workplace responsibilities?
Learn about your rights and how to stand up for them.
It’s important that you know about Workplace Health and Safety.
Workplaces aren’t static – they change and evolve over time.
A ‘normal’ career might look different to what you expect.
Break the world of work down into clusters.
Start thinking about the bigger picture of work.
Learn all about your local world of work.
Learn all about what the world of work is.
Learn about the importance of building your adaptability.
Find out how to develop your organisational skills.
What makes communication and collaboration skills so important?
Learn about the importance of transferrable skills in the workplace.
Teach students the importance of self-motivation.
Learn about the importance of using your voice to speak up.
Where can we go to seek out important feedback?
Learn why it’s important to seek useful feedback.
Expand your options by identifying and overcoming bias.
Help students consider the importance of good decision making.
Help students consider the importance of setting milestones in goal setting.
Help students to consider whether their goals are realistic and achievable.
Encourage students to think about the different types of goals they might like to set for themselves.
Encourage students to think about the allies they have in life.
Encourage students to think about the things in their life that are working for them now.
Encourage students to think about the things in their life that make them happy.
Encourage students to think about how they spend their time each week.
Help students to think about the things that motivate and inspire them.
Encourage students to think about what makes them unique.
An introduction to goal setting for students and young people.