Student career planning webinars and lesson plans

Lesson plans and webinars are available to help schools focus on career planning in Term 4

The Department is offering lesson plans and webinars throughout Term 4 to help schools make career planning a priority.

Given the impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) on the labour market, it is vital that all senior secondary students focus on career planning and establishing Career Action Plans.

The lesson plans and one-hour webinars are for careers practitioners and other relevant school staff.

There are also webinars aimed at students.

Webinars for careers practitioners

The impact of COVID-19 on the Victorian labour market and the implications for young people

Ivan Neville, Director, Labour Market Research and Analysis Branch, National Skills Commission gives an overview of the impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) on national and state labour markets.

In the webinar available in November, Ivan will explore these impacts with a direct focus on their implications for young people, including those leaving school early, and the importance of career planning.

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Webinars for students

There are also webinars on career education for students on the Arc website. Teachers are encouraged to share details of these webinars, available in November and December, with their students.

Lesson plans for careers practitioners

School staff can also access lesson plans to support career planning on the FUSE website.

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Access lesson plans to support career planning

Lesson plans are available for years 7 to 12, focusing on key aspects of career planning at each year level, including:

  • subject selection
  • workplace learning
  • applying for work
  • planning transitions.

The Career Education Association of Victoria is running webinars in November to support the lesson plans. 

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Find out more, including dates and links to register

Find out more

For more information, contact the Career Education Unit in Learning, Teaching and Pathways Division via email: