Careers

The Careers Resource at Endeavour Sports assists all students in realising their individual abilities and aspirations so as to make informed career related decisions.

This is achieved through the following:

  • develop a Career Education Program that promotes the vocational development of all students
  • teach Careers Education lessons utilising a range of resources
  • career counselling to either individuals or small groups. Year 10 and Year 12 students receive extra attention. Students may request an interview at any time.
  • co-ordination of work experience program. This involves organisation, supervision and evaluation of the program, reparation of students and liaison with students, teachers, employers and parents
  • organisation of industry visits and excursions
  • maintenance of Career Reference Centre
  • organisation of guest speakers and seminars
  • curriculum co-ordination, establishing and developing links between career education and other faculties
  • establish links with career agency services such as Jobs Pathway program; Centrelink; Job Network and Group Training Companies
  • liaison with parents
  • assist elite athletes with accurate advice re. scholarships; overseas opportunities; employment related to their sport
  • provide MBTI personality assessments for students matching them with potential careers
  • co-ordinate tax file number applications for students
  • explanation of the HSC and calculation of the UAI
  • provide information on education, training and employment options to students, teachers and parents
  • assist students with job applications
  • provide students, parents and Teachers with information on tertiary courses, selection and application processes
  • assist students with special admission schemes and scholarship applications for university, TAFE and private providers
  • assist students with subject selection from years 8 to 9 and Year 10 to 11
  • co-ordinate TAFE delivered VET courses – advertise to students and parents, assist students with applications and election of appropriate courses
  • work with other District Careers Advisers to organize University Information Days, Vocational Education Days and recruitment evenings
  • professional development through attendance at University Information Days, seminars, industrial visits etc and attendance at Careers meetings
  • compile destination surveys
  • develop a Career Education Program that promotes the vocational development of all students
Teach Careers Education lessons utilising a range of resources
  • career counselling to either individuals or small groups. Year 10 and Year 12 students receive extra attention. Students may request an interview at any time
  • co-ordination of work experience program. This involves organisation, supervision and evaluation of the program, preparation of students and liaison with students, teachers, employers and parents
  • organisation of industry visits and excursions
  • maintenance of Career Reference Centre
  • organisation of guest speakers and seminars
  • curriculum co-ordination, establishing and developing links between career education and other faculties
  • establish links with career agency services such as Jobs Pathway program; Centrelink; Job Network and Group Training Companies
  • liaison with parents
  • assist elite athletes with accurate advice re. scholarships; overseas opportunities; employment related to their sport
  • provide MBTI personality assessments for students matching them with potential careers
  • co-ordinate tax file number applications for students
  • explanation of the HSC and calculation of the UAI
  • provide information on education, training and employment options to students, teachers and parents
  • assist students with job applications
  • provide students, parents and Teachers with information on tertiary courses, selection and application processes
  • assist students with special admission schemes and scholarship applications for university, TAFE and private providers
  • assist students with subject selection from years 8 to 9 and Year 10 to 11
  • co-ordinate TAFE delivered VET courses – advertise to students and parents, assist students with applications and election of appropriate courses
  • work with other District Careers Advisers to organise University Information Days, Vocational Education Days and recruitment evenings
  • professional development through attendance at University Information Days, seminars, industrial visits etc and attendance at Careers meetings
  • compile destination surveys of school leavers

The relieving Careers Advisers David Howlett and Gillian Kaladelfos can be contacted during school hours : Telephone 9524 0615