Vocational Services Report
Career Tools: Saint Ignatius’ College new Careers website:
This year, the College has invested in a new Careers resource which has been proving very helpful for both students and parents. The Career Tools website is a one stop shop for everything you need with Career planning, SACE and life in general! On this site you can find information on SACE, VET, career quizzes, Uni Admissions, Work Experience, Gap Years, finding a job, writing a resume, Defence Careers and Youth Allowance…. just to name a few!
Some students in Year 10 PLP have already been using the site, especially the Student Secure Area. This area contains a fantastic array of resources such as career quizzes, job videos, VET information, study skills and exam information and resume writing ideas. All documents for work experience are also located on this handy site. The For Parents section contains many valuable resources, such as a document entitled “Helping your Teenager with Career Planning”. Post School Options allows students to research universities, compare courses, and contains government reports such as the “Beyond School Study Guide” as well as access to information such as applying for apprenticeships, traineeships and applying for Austudy.
The Career Targets allow students to access careers and information based upon their favourite subjects at school and is all linked to the Good Careers Guide.
To access this site simply go to www.ignatiuscareers.com.au. Alternately, access via the College website, by going to “Student Life” then “Access Career Tools Platform”
For more information on this exciting new resource please contact Lisa McDonald on email@example.com
July Holiday Work Experience
Any students in Years 10, 11 and 12 who wish to complete Work Experience in the upcoming holidays must return their forms by Monday 17 June, Week 8, to allow time to process, risk assess and complete a WHS “refresher”. Please see Mrs McDonald with an enquiries.
Academy of Interactive Entertainment Holiday Courses:
New Holiday Courses are up and running!
Introduction to 3D Animation
Introduction to 3D Animation is designed as an introductory course for people interested in learning basic skills in 3D art. Students will be introduced to the uses and architecture of 3D software and will gain an understanding of skills and techniques necessary to create and render 3D objects through the creation of a 3D environment. Areas of study include: introduction to 3D modelling, basic modelling, texturing, lighting and character animation.
Ages 14+ years
Game Programming in Unity
This course teaches students the fundamentals of programming for video games using the Unity3D game engine.
Join in the excitement of programming your very own dungeon-crawler as we begin by building the inner workings of the game, then top it off with interesting game-play mechanics and visual effects to make your creation one-of-a-kind.
Come along for this exciting adventure into the world of games programming.
Ages 12+ years
Contact Jonathon Aucone at AIE on 7325 6331 for more information firstname.lastname@example.org
Australian Defence Careers Women in Leadership High Tea
Female students are invited to apply for a spot at this event where you can chat to women leaders about a career in the ADF.
Date: 21 June 2019 (Pupil Free Day) please contact Mrs McDonald if you are interested on email@example.com
For more information on any of the above activities and resources please contact Mrs Lisa McDonald on firstname.lastname@example.org