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KIC iProjects

A series of annual KIC iProjects has been developed to promote career pathways into industry. All iProjects include visits to industry sites and provide an opportunity for students to further explore possible career pathways available in the Kwinana Industrial Area.

 

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Year 10 (female students)

The purpose of this project is to expose students to the numerous career opportunities in industry, to get an insight into what industry does, and what industry expects of employees.

This is acheived through industry excursions and meeting people employed in industry. In addition to the excursions, students actively participate in workshop sessions, which cover resume writing, mock interviews and other activities, to give them the confidence to realise their full potential.  Students graduate at the end of the program.


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Year 10 (male students)

This project allows students to gain an understanding of the career opportunities in industry, to get an insight into what industry does, and what industry expects of employees.

Students participate in industry excursions and meet people employed in industry. In addition to the excursions, students actively participate in workshop sessions, which cover resume writing, mock interviews and other activities, to give students the confidence to realise their full potential. Students graduate at the end of the program.


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Year 10 (male and female students)

The iSCIENCE project is for Year 10 students intending to follow ATAR bound Science, Math and Technology subjects during Years 11 and 12 and who may be considering University at the end of Year 12. 

This Project involves industry excursions and meeting people employed in industry. In addition to the excursions, students experience hands-on science activities including a visit to the Murdoch University South Street campus.  Students actively participate in workshop sessions, which include resume writing and other activities, to give them the confidence to help them realise their full potential. Students graduate at the end of the program.


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Year 10 (male and female students from the Education Support Centres)

The purpose of this project is to expose students with special learning needs to the array of career opportunities in industry, to get an insight into what industry does, and what industry expects of employees.

This is done through industry excursions and meeting people employed in industry. In addition to the excursions, students actively participate in workshop sessions, which include resume writing, mock interviews and other activities, to give students the confidence to realise their full potential. This project also includes one day work experience at a host employer.  Students graduate at the end of the program.


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Year 9 (male and female students)

An introduction to Career Pathways in the KIA for Year 9 students. The proposal is to visit schools with a Roadshow, promoting some of the careers available in industry. Speakers from industries will also attend the sessions to provide information on their professions.


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iTEACHER

This project gives teachers from the KIC Education Partnership schools an opportunity to go into industry and shadow a specialist employee to gain valuable industry knowledge. This experience will fulfil industry relevance competency requirements for the teachers and bring their lessons to life back in the classroom.   This project has facilitated a teacher into the medical area of a KIC member company. This was part of her First Aid Trainer re accreditation process.


 

Contact for KIC iProjects:

Debbie Hoey - Education Development Officer - Kwinana Industries Council
 9419 1855  |  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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