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Schools and the world of work can be miles apart. Work Placement provides an opportunity to bridge this gap. Employer support with work placement and career activities has a very positive effect upon school leavers. Employers can share technical skills, but just as importantly students learn work ethics, team work and a great deal more...
At the Schools Industry Partnership we frequently get approached by industries wanting to attract young people to join their workforce. Typically the industry has already spent a fortune on glossy brochures, noisy DVDs or flashy web sites, but as welcome as these resources are, employers soon learn that today's students are almost immune to all this noise and chatter. Pretending to be all cool on facebook won't work either, as teenagers see marketing hype as hype- no matter what media it comes through. So if this doesn't work, what does? The short answer is ...
Many students learn better by doing. Partnering with schools is a fun way that students and business can work and learn together. It could be fixing a car or researching a business challenge....
Most businesses would like to help young people develop technical and life skills to help them on their way, but wonder how they can go about helping, and still focus on the business.
Employers can make a valuable contribution in assisting our youth to make the right choice about their future career, including:
Minister for School Education, Early Childhood and Youth, Peter Garrett, and Federal Member for Lindsay David Bradbury officially opened the new Trade Training Centre at Penrith Christian School, which also shares facilities with St Paul’s Grammar School Penrith, Wycliffe Christian School and Nepean Christian School as part of an alliance.
Cranebrook High School’s Action Team for Partnerships has successfully completed another of their priority goals for 2012 with the completion of ‘The Real Game’.
Cranebrook High School’s Action Team for Partnerships has successfully completed one of their priority goals for 2012
Hundreds of students at Jamison High and York Primary School discovered the fun side of agriculture at the inaugural Jamison Agriculture (JAG) Expo on the 7 th November.
As stalwart supporters of the local community the Information Technology Campus Support staff at UWS, Richmond, have played an important role in recent years, by inspiring local HSC work placement students with firsthand knowledge and on the job support, during their course required one week ‘work placements’.
Blaxland High School year 12 VET hospitality students, Sally Rozema and Amber Holmes are two of many students, who are lucky enough to complete their mandatory hospitality ‘work placements’ in such a supportive and instructive setting as the officers mess kitchen at Glenbrook RAAF Base.
Over the last three months, 15 Year 10 students from Richmond High School have participated in the ANZ Young Entrepreneurs partnership cumulating in a celebration event held on Tuesday 11 th December at the Richmond High School Hospitality Function Centre.