Careers Advisor is Ms Sue Hanlon - [email protected]
The college staff are able to provide
information on a variety of careers and tertiary programmes in particular our
Careers Advisor, Ms Sue Hanlon. Students
are strongly advised to carefully consider subject choices and possible
implications, and should consult with the Careers Advisor before making their
final decisions. If desired,
appointments can be made by ringing the school - telephone 939 9370 Extension
The Gateway Coordinator is Mrs Hilary Lawrence - [email protected] The Gateway
Teacher is Ms Sue Hanlon - [email protected]
Gateway is a workplace learning programme for
students in Years 12 and 13 who are interested in a career pathway in a
particular industry or field of work.
Students go out into the workplace one day per week for up to 10
weeks. Gateway gives students the
opportunity to do workplace learning (during school time or other suitable
times to fit the students programme), which directly relates to their
school-based programme and proposed career.
Students on Gateway are also required to complete a Workplace Safety
Course and a First Aid Course.
- Students apply to enter
Gateway, and be interviewed by the Gateway Coordinator and the Careers Advisor
to assess their suitability for the programme.Students must
demonstrate a desire to pursue a career pathway in a chosen industry or field
- Students must have the
level of maturity, standard of behaviour, attitude and work ethic necessary to succeed at work-based learning and be able to communicate with adults
- Students must have
excellent school attendance.