Year 10 Work Experience 2022

All Year 10 students will undertake 5 days of Work Experience at St John’s Grammar School. The program allows students to prepare for their future through exploring potential careers and evaluating their interests and aptitudes. This assists them in making informed subject and career decisions.

Work Experience should be viewed as an educational/learning experience that is conducted in another environment, the workplace. Whether your child intends to seek employment or undertake further education or training on completion of their secondary schooling, work experience is invaluable in the preparation for the eventual post school transition. The school recognises the value of this experience and therefore requires all Year 10 students to participate in the program.

Organisation of the actual placement is the responsibility of the student. This means that your son/daughter is required to contact the employer and arrange to spend the five days in a work experience placement.

Work Experience for your child will be from Monday 30 May to Friday 3 June 2022, which is Week 5, Term 2.

It is important that the Work Experience placement is organised as soon as possible. Please give this placement considerable urgency and begin or continue conversations with your child about possible future career pathways and industries they might like to explore during work experience. Please note that working in the education sector will require a Working with Children Check (WWCC) and proof of Covid-19 double vaccination. It is recommended that all students check any businesses’ requirements regarding Covid-19 vaccination when seeking the placement.

Mrs Tracey Wilson (8278 0224) twilson@stjohns.sa.edu.au manages the administrative side of the Work Experience placement and is a very helpful contact should I be unavailable.

Guides for students, parents/caregivers and the workplace provider are provided below, along with the Workplace Learning Agreement form and Work Health and Safety checklist. These documents are also available to download from the St John’s Careers website, Future Career Pathways: https://pathways.stjohns.sa.edu.au. You will find the documentation needed from the Workplace Learning tab under Required Documents.

Your child should provide the workplace with the relevant booklet when getting the Workplace Learning Agreement Form and Work Health and Safety Checklist signed.

The Workplace Learning Agreement form needs to be completed and signed by student, employer and then the parent/caregiver by Friday 1 April, which is the end of Week 9, Term 1. The Work Health and Safety checklist also needs to be completed by the employer and returned at this time.

Please return the forms to Mrs Wilson/Ms Calder upstairs in Retreat House (RH106).

Virginia Castine  

Careers Counsellor/Work Experience Coordinator

 

For Students:

Guide-for-Students

Workplace-Learning-Agreement-Form

Work-Health-Safety-Checklist

For Parents:

Guide-for-Parents-and-Caregivers

For Employers:

Guide-for-Work-Placement-Providers

 

 

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