CAREERS AND MANAGED INDIVIDUAL PATHWAYS (MIPS)
All students at Dromana College are required to develop a MIPs plan.
- Year 7
Discover the influence that beliefs and values have on self concept and a positive self image
- Year 8
Explore by investigating a range of occupational profiles
- Year 9
Focus on the nature of the work, the required attributes, skills and level of education and training
- Year 10
Plan by considering future requirements in relation to your learning habits, personal traits and decision making skills
- Year 11
Decide goals that will assist in developing problem solving skills for future career and life decisions
- Year 12
Apply your occupational knowledge to appreciate opportunities in your area
Visit the Victorian Careers Curriculum Framework website
All students in Years 10 and 11 have individual interviews with a member of the Pathways Team to ensure they are on track for a successful outcome and to ensure they are aware of their pathways and careers options beyond leaving secondary education.
Year 12 students have a more in-depth individual interview with the Careers Advisor to discuss options for Higher Education, Traineeship/Apprenticeship or employment opportunities upon completion of their secondary education.
Students and parents are encouraged to make an appointment with the Pathways Team to discuss issues including:
- Which courses to apply for when finished secondary college
- Thinking about leaving school but unsure of pathways
- Pathways through the senior school – what are they?
- Need help with direction for the future
If you would like to make an appointment with a member of the Pathways Team please contact Derry Caulfield at the college on 03 5987 2805 Ext: 153 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org