Students have completed Modules 1 to 8 and attended/booked two appointments with their college career practitioner.
Indicators of Learning
At the end of this unit students will have:
Researched and completed a resume
Printed their resume
Completed their reflection
Made an appointment with the career practitioner to discuss their resume/e-portfolio and transition plan.
The resume/e-portfolio is a record of your work history, skills/capabilities and experience and achievements over the last 3 to 5 years. Employers spend no more than 20 seconds looking at each resume – so it needs to make an instant impact! Customise your resume every time you apply for a job.
Pathways Planning Learning
Research resume formats online. Select one that best meets the needs of your employer. Look at https://www.jobjumpstart.gov.au/article/build-your-basic-resume
Use Google sites to create your own personal e-portfolio. Refer to e-portfolio resource sheet provided
Make an appointment with your career practitioner to discuss your transition plan and your resume/e-portfolio
Have you included evidence of how you have demonstrated general capabilities on your resume?
Review Module 10 in Pathways Planning and add any new capabilities. These may include:
Information and Communication Technology Capabilities
Critical and Creative Thinking Capabilities
Personal and Social Capabilities
Take your resume/e-portfolio and show it to your career practitioner at the appointment
Go back to your Career Action Plan in Module 3. Did you finish your goals? If so, return to Module 3 and mark the goals successfully completed.
What new knowledge do you have? What new understanding have you developed? Ensure you speak to your career practitioner and have points added for the hours you worked on Pathways Planning. Did you return to Module 3 and mark the goals you successfully achieved? Well done, stay focused on the journey. The destination might change!!!!.... And that’s fine!