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A Framework for Education-Employer Connections - Scaffolding vocational education and successful youth transitions through Work Exposure, Work Exploration and Work Experience
“Progress by Year 6-12 students through work exposure, work exploration and work experience activities.”

This webinar will provide an opportunity to discuss both the framework and its key vocational learning elements.

How do, and how can schools develop a cohesive set of activities that introduce young people to the world of work, and then to engage them in exploring and experiencing work.

How can this range of approaches offer employers greater choice for making their contribution? Not every individual enterprise can provide quality placement.

This framework enables students to take leadership over their learning as they transition from child to adult. Through peer support, and teacher facilitation of student-led initiatives, young people take greater responsibility, and develop their enterprising and creative skills.

The world of work (now and into the future) incorporates all forms of enterprising endeavours that require judgement whilst adding value to both the workplace and the economy.

Professional Standards Competency - Technology, information and resources, Ethical Practice
Specialised Competency - Industry liaison

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Victoria, New South Wales, Tasmania, ACT - 14:00
South Australia - 13:30
Queensland - 13:00
Northern Territory - 12:30
Western Australia - 11:00


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Feb 18, 2021 02:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Dave Turner
Dave Turner has been a consultant to education, business, government and community organisations for 40 years, working across the OECD and the Commonwealth. He has retained a strong commitment to young person-led initiatives and worked with colleagues to integrate such activity into programs of careers education and education-industry links – for both school students and unemployed young adults.