This is normally available to Year 10,
11 and 12 students. I will advise all students of the opportunities
available to you and will give you the paperwork which needs to be signed by
the employer, your parent(s), yourself and the school. It is your
responsibility to find your own Work Experience placement, but
I will provide you with all the things you need to do this.
After you have completed your Work Experience, the employer will fill out an evaluation form which you will get to keep and can attach/add to your career portfolio.
Structured Workplace Learning:
Some courses in the Senior School have compulsory work placement as part of the course. The Vocational Education and Training (VET) courses have a requirement that you must do at least one week of work placement (Structured Workplace Learning) in the industry related to that course (per year). These placements are organised for you and you will be learning specific skills while you are there. See the Careers Adviser, Work Placement or VET Coordinator for more information.
What's the difference between Work Experience and Structured Workplace Learning?
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If you are still unsure or have questions, please see the Careers Adviser, Work Placement Coordinator or VET Coordinator.