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Title: Parent Information Evening SACE, VET and Pathways


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Parent Information Evening SACE, VET and Pathways
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Welcome Marion Coady, Principal Introduction
Mary Hodson, Assistant Principal Supporting
young Mark Gregory people in a changing
Prospective Students Office world Flinders
University SACE Pathways Ben Dening, SACE
Leader VET Opportunities Luke Northcote, VET
Coordinator Russell Atwell, Apprenticeship
Broker Course Counselling Process Craig
Duguid, Deputy Principal Year 10 and 11
Conversations  
Parent Information Evening SACE, VET and Pathways
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Course Counselling
Course Counselling Day Monday Week 4, 11
August 10.00 8.00 A letter has been
distributed Book appointments on the SOBS
website Link on the Blackwood High School
website
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Booking Course Counselling Appointments Online
http//sobs.com.au
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Booking Course Counselling Appointments Online
Click on Parent Access
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Booking Course Counselling Appointments Online
Type in your email address
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Booking Course Counselling Appointments Online
Type your name
Type your contact phone number
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Booking Course Counselling Appointments Online
Students name
Year Level
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Consider post school pathways
Where is the student heading?
To university? What course? What
pre-requisites? What assumed knowledge? What ATAR?
To apprenticeships or Work? What
qualifications? What knowledge and skills? What
experience?
To TAFE? What course? Special entry
requirements? What level certificate?
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Preparing for Course Counselling Appointments
Discuss student strengths, interests and
aspirations Review reports Research
prerequisites, assumed knowledge and desired
skills, knowledge and backgrounds for likely post
school pathways Complete subject selection form
  • Do the research
  • Learn the language
  • Ask for advice
  • Consider options
  • Stay with strengths
  • Follow your heart

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Subject Selection Forms
Students will all be given subject selection
forms Read instructions carefully Fill in
subject preferences Include reserve subjects
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Your Course Counselling Appointment
  • Students bring a completed subject selection form
  • Year 10s
  • With Care group Teacher who knows the student
  • PLP 3 assessment
  • Year 11s
  • With a senior secondary course counsellor
  • Counsellors will discuss student pathways,
    interests and subject choices

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For more information
SATAC Guide SATAC University Guide The Job
Guide Australian Jobs 2014 Inner South Schools
VET Programs Guide 2015
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Course Counselling
Course Counselling Day Monday Week 4, 11
August 10.00 8.00 A letter has been
distributed Book appointments on the SOBS
website Link on the Blackwood High School
website
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Thank you for your attendance and support of your
child. Year 10 parents please remain here in
PAC. Year 11 parents are invited to stay for tea
and coffee in Drama space.
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Year 10
  • Specific Information

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Students should.
  • Plan ahead by planning backwards.after
    school, Year 12, Year 11
  • Consider teacher recommendations
  • Three main types of SACE courses

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1. SACE for Tertiary Entrance
  • To obtain a university aggregate and an
    Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) for
    entry in 2016 and beyond
  • Complete at least 90 credits of study in Tertiary
    Admissions Subjects (TAS) and Recognised Studies
    at Stage 2
  • Of the 90 credits of study a minimum of 60
    credits of study must be from 20 credit Tertiary
    Admissions Subjects (TAS) and a maximum of 20
    credits can be Recognised Studies

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1. SACE for Tertiary Entrance
  • The minimum Year 12 (Stage two) requirement for
    an ATAR is 4 Tertiary Admission Subjects (90
    credits from 2015)
  • This can be
  • 4 full year subjects (80 credits) plus the
    Research Project (10 credits)
  • 3 full year subjects (60 credits) plus a Flexible
    Option (30 credits)
  • 5 full year subjects at stage 2 plus the Research
    Project is also an option.

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2. SACE for completion
  • Study a SACE course which involves a combination
    of Stage 2 and Stage 1 subjects across 2015 and
    2016 ( or longer )

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3. Other SACE courses
  • VET pathways and School Based Apprenticeships
    (SBA)
  • Community Studies, Flexible Learning Options
  • Opportunities to gain credit for Learning in the
    Community

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Compulsory SACE subjects students must pass
  • To obtain the SACE students must satisfactorily
    complete the following subjects with a minimum C
    grade
  • PLP 10 credits
  • English ( Literacy) 20 credits
  • Mathematics (Numeracy) 10 credits
  • Research Project 10 credits

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Filling in subject selection forms
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Research Practices Research Project
  • Semester 1
  • All Year 11 students study a compulsory subject
    named Research Practices
  • Helps develop skills required to be successful in
    the Research Project and other senior school
    studies
  • Semester 2
  • All Year 11 students undertake the compulsory
    Stage 2 Research Project
  • The Year 10 Personal Project and PLP are good
    preparation for the Research Project

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PLP 3 My Future
  • Research three career areas
  • Identify steps to get there
  • Training/ further education required
  • Personal and employability skills needed
  • Prepare oral presentation to explain how this
    has affected subject choices for year 11
  • 5 to 10 minute presentation assessed for PLP 3 on
    Monday 11 August at your interview
  • Students have received further specific
    information

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Course Counselling Day
  • Monday August 11 No lessons for Year 10
    students
  • Parents go on line, return the slip or phone the
    school to book an appointment (as per the letter
    distributed via students)
  • Students prepare for the PLP 3 oral presentation
    (information has been distributed to students)
  • Bring completed subject selection form and
    recommendations sheet ready to discuss and
    present at your appointment on Monday 11 August

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Thank you for your attendance and support of your
child.
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