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Workplace & Careers


The information on this page is to be used by students completing Year 10 work experience or Year 11/12 workplace learning (ADWPL). Job advertisements and other career opportunities will also be posted when available.

School Based Traineeship - Gelati Group

This opportunity is presented to Year 10’s & 11’s by the Galati Group enterprise who own The Spud Shed, amongst other new brands, like Liquor Shed. 

The company invite students to apply for an opportunity to work alongside other office based professionals at the Morley store, whilst completing a Certificate II in Business - and get paid for it!

  •  BUSINESS On-the-job training (one or two days per week, student age depending)
  • Store location - MORLEY
  • RTO - Vocational Training Services
  • Nominal Term - 18 months (competency based training)
  • Students must be available to start immediately upon submitting application

Closing date: 6th June 2019

How to apply:
Complete an EOI and return it with your resume, work reference (if you have any) and your latest school report and send to annabelle.lewis@smtafe.wa.edu.au.

EOI Form


Year 10 Careers Pathway Week, Semester 1 

2019 Dates:

  • Semester 1: 24th June - 28th June 2019
  • Times to me confirmed approximately 9:15am -2:30pm

On Monday the 24th June the Year 10 cohort will conduct a series of activities that will assist them with their subject selections and future career pathway. The year group will be divided into two groups. One group of students will be asked to make their own way to and from ECU Joondalup Campus and the other group will meet at the North Metropolitan McLarty Campus (63 McLarty Ave, Joondalup WA 6027 Joondalup). On Tuesday, they will then switch venues, again making their own way to and from these venues. 

Throughout the day students will listen to guest presenters, enrolment officers, University ambassadors, complete hands on activities and a scavenger hunt at ECU. Student will be allowed to wear FULL School PE uniform, they will need to bring their own lunch or purchase food at the venue. More details will be sent out closer to the time of the event. For the remainder of the week students will have a one on one career interview with the Careers Coordinator, have a combined University presentation and return to their normal classes.


Access to myfuture website for Years 9 to Year 12

The School will be continuing its subscription to the myfuture website for Year 9 to Year 12 students.

https://www.myfuture.edu.au/

You will be pleased to know that students are now able to share the results of the My Career Profile activities with their parents, teachers and trusted friends. Simply by clicking on the Export to PDF button under the Results tab, a summary of the completed activities will generate a report which students can save and either send as attachment or print if preferred. 

To assist our students, myfuture have created a series of short videos (or user guides ) with step by step instructions demonstrating the key sections of the website such as:

Sign up to myfuture,  Logging in,  My career profile,  Career Bullseyes, and much more.

The videos are all less than a minute long and they will be a good way for them to familiarise themselves with the site.

To use the site or to sign up they will need to create an account using their School email address. 

Please note you must type it as follows: 

Year 9 students in 2018

username@petermoyes.wa.edu.au not @pmacs

Year 10 students in 2019, can use your normal email address if you did not create an account in 2018.

Any issues please contact them directly.


MyFuture Activity

Whilst participating in House Tute in the myfuture activity please enter your results into this online form.

Online Form

Please find a copy of the Careers and Subject Selection Preparation Document.

Careers and Subject Selection Preparation - Activity

Careers and Subject Selection Preparation - Grades


Year 10 Work Experience

Semester 2 - All Year 10 students will participate in Peer Support, Work Experience (Compulsory for students not attending PMACS in 2020), Try a Trade or enroll in an external qualification. All forms including online form below to be completed and handed in to Senior School Reception.

Year 10 Work Experience is a program that is managed by individual schools. To complete this program, a student works in one or more real workplace/s to develop a set of transferable workplace skills. The student must record the number of hours completed and the tasks undertaken in the workplace in the Logbook.

We ask Parents/Guardians to assist students in selecting and approaching organisations in an industry that is of interest to students. When selecting a workplace it is your responsibility as a Parent/Guardian to be satisfied that the workplace is appropriate and safe for your son/daughter.

When approaching organisations you must give them a copy of the Work Experience Request Form and make sure they sign the workplace contract located on it.  Once this form has been completed, please return it to Senior School reception as well as entering the students details into the following online form CLICK HERE.

A WHS checklist must also be carried out with the student being present. This may be conducted prior to work experience or on the 1st day of induction within the workplace. This must also kept by the student at all times, throughout their Work Experience.

2019 Dates:

  • Semester 2:  2nd December - 6th December 2019

The next step is to complete the Work Experience Request Form, return it to Senior School reception as well as entering the students details into the following online form CLICK HERE.



Work Experience Request Form - lets School know workplace details and they have accepted you (return to Senior School Reception)
Insurance Form - is to prove the School insures you (workplace  keeps)
LMS4 - can be completed before attending or during your induction (student keeps)
LMS5 Log book - is to keep track of your hours, skills and your supervisors evaluation of your work experience. (student keeps)
Work Experience List - a list of previous work placements used by students


Alternative activities that have been approved include; Bronze Medallion or Senior First Aid Course (arranged by the students/parents). Possible course providers include:


Atlantis Childcare Traineeship

Atlantis Childcare are looking to fill Full Time Traineeships in each of their Childcare Centres in Ocean Keys and Yanchep. 

If you would like to apply please click here.



Skillsroad

If you are  ready to start your career journey and are not sure what you want to do, Skillsroad is the perfect place to start!

They help you every step of the way. From finding out what kinds of careers will suit your personality type, to researching occupations and industries, preparing your resume and applying for jobs!

Visit www.skillsroad.com.au/job-seekers/jobs-board



Year 11/12 ADWPL

Workplace Learning is an Authority-developed endorsed program that is managed by individual schools. To complete this endorsed program, a student works in one or more real workplace/s to develop a set of transferable workplace skills. The student must record the number of hours completed and the tasks undertaken in the workplace in the Authority’s Workplace Learning Logbook. The student must also provide evidence of his/her knowledge and understanding of the workplace skills by completing the Authority’s Workplace Learning Skills Journal after each 55 hours completed in the workplace

Unit equivalence is allocated on the basis of 1 unit equivalent for each 55 hours completed in the workplace, to a maximum of 4 units. That is:

  • Less than 55 hours = 0 unit equivalents
  • 55 -- 109 hours = 1 unit equivalent
  • 110 – 164 hours = 2 unit equivalents
  • 165 – 219 hours = 3 unit equivalents
  • 220 + hours = 4 unit equivalents.

TO PARTICIPATE IN WORKPLACE LEARNING  SEE MR WRIGHT 



Defence Force Work Experience

Contact details:

Kym Pajich
Work Experience Liaison Officer
Cadet, Reserve and Employer Support Division
 
Phone: 08 9311 2333
Mobile: 0459 820 758
Fax: 08 9311 2206
Email: kym.pajich@defence.gov.au
 
Building 13, Leeuwin Barracks
 
Website: http://www.defence.gov.au/workexperience


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