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INDUSTRY PATHWAYS PROGRAM

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INDUSTRY PATHWAYS PROGRAM
(IPP)

The Industry Pathways Programs (IPP) are designed to provide educational opportunities and advancement for students who have identified specific areas of interest for their pathway. Working with our partners across industry, tertiary education institutions and the wider community, there are a number of specialist programs available. All specialist programs are designed to allow students to be eligible for SACE completion and an ATAR ranking (University entry).

VET offerings and costs at EJEHS are subject to state government policy and delivery organisation changes.

Entry Requirements
Students follow the subject counselling process for identifying a specialist program. Interest can be flagged through the Career Pathway Expo, during a Career Conversation or via the Career Hub.

Students interested in taking part in this program must have completed the following:

  • Grade point average of C grade or above at host school
  • Current CV and Interview
  • Successful completion of IPP Trial Days
  • EJEHS Student Pathways Team make a recommendation through a panel process regarding student’s applications to participate in a Specialist Program using criteria data (attendance, achievement and behaviour).

The Industry Pathways Programs (IPP) are designed to provide educational opportunities and advancement for students who have identified specific areas of interest for their pathway. Working with our partners across industry, tertiary education institutions and the wider community there are a number of specialist programs available. All specialist programs are designed to allow students to be eligible for SACE completion and an ATAR ranking (University entry).

VET offerings and costs at EJEHS are subject to state government policy and delivery organisation changes.

ACEE – Automotive, Construction, Electrotechnology and Engineering

ACEE is a specialist Industry Pathways Program (IPP) for students interested in one of the following careers:

  • Automotive: Light Vehicle and Diesel
  • Construction: Building, Carpentry, Cabinet Making and Bricklaying
  • Electrotechnology: Electrician
  • Engineering: Boiler Maker, Fitter & Turner and Metal Fabrication

In partnership with Industries, UniSA, RTO’s and local businesses, the program is designed to provide students with the skills, experience and opportunities to increase employment/SBAT opportunities. Students successfully completing IPP ACEE have the opportunity to gain SACE completion and/or an ATAR through a project learning approach.

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AHEAD – Aged, Health, Education, Allied health, and Disability

AHEAD is a Specialist Industry Pathway Program (IPP) involving a two year pathway for students interested in a career within the Health and Education sector.

  • Disability Carer
  • Teaching (Secondary and Primary)
  • Early Childhood Educator
  • Aged Care Worker
  • Nurse
  • Social Worker
  • Student Support Officer (SSO)
  • Residential Care Worker
  • Speech Pathologist
  • Child Care Educator
  • Psychologist
  • Dietitian
  • Teaching (Disability)
  • Paramedic
  • Midwife
  • Youth Worker

Involvement with Universities, Registered Training Organisations and local businesses, the AHEAD program is designed to prepare students with the appropriate knowledge and skills to enter the workforce, or complete further education. During Stage 1 and Stage 2 students complete VET qualifications, achieve SACE completion, and attain an Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) in support of a future career in the health and education sector.
The subjects that students will complete are contextualised to their career pathway to encourage student engagement and to equip them with prior industry knowledge. Students will also have the opportunity to be involved in the community and work placement one day a week.

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CHAT – Cookery, Hospitality and Tourism

CHAT is a Specialist Industry Pathway Program for students interested in a career in the Hospitality or Tourism Industry. CHAT is a 2-year pathway and has been designed to facilitate learning through project based learning and business and enterprise management. Students are responsible for the operation of the Eyre Café and catering for events held within the school and community. In partnership with an RTO and local businesses, students participate in weekly work placement and block week VET training to ensure students are prepared with industry standards at the completion of their schooling.

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IMAT – Information, Media and Technology

The Information, Media and Technology course caters to a wide range of interests and career pathways. Students engage in a certificate II from the Academy of Interactive Entertainment in a chosen field of 3D Animation & VFX for FIlm, Game Art & Animation, Game Programming or Game Design & Production for an exciting introduction to the Digital Media world and then transition into a Certificate III in Information, Media and Technology where they will engage in activities such as programming, graphic design, photography, 3D modelling, computer engineering, software design and more.
As the workforce continues to develop into a digital and technological space this course allows students to develop towards, adapt to and improve upon any career path they choose now and into the future through the application of skills that are important in a wide range of workplaces. These foundation skills ensure that students can go on to successfully complete further study in this field with confidence.

  • Coding
  • Computer Technician
  • Cyber Security
  • Digital Publishing
  • Game Developer
  • Graphic Designer
  • IT Support
  • Network Engineer
  • Software Engineering

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Health Science

Health Science is designed for students who have a passion or a desire for a career pathway in the health industry, with particular focus on nutrition, fitness and healthcare. It is open to students in year 11 and 12 and run as SACE stage 1 and 2 subjects.
The purpose of the subject is to provide holistic learning opportunities for students to excel in a health science setting. As a health science professional, your career opportunities are extremely varied. There are many opportunities for health professionals in federal, state and local government, the not-for-profit sector, private enterprise and at a very grass-roots level in community agencies. You could also work in health agencies, hospitals, universities and health research institutes.

  • Potential Career Pathways include;
  • Dietician
  • Exercise Physiologist
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Podiatry
  • Psychologist (Sport)
  • Chiropractor
  • Speech Pathologist
  • Physical Education Teacher
  • Physiotherapy

Students will gain knowledge in focus areas of Human Anatomy and Physiology, Psychology and Healthcare (Diet and Nutrition) along with career development to support them in their progression to pursue a career within the health industry. The program will include working with students and staff from UniSA that will allow access to the clinics for performance testing. Selected clinics will align to the students’ pathway, including Dietetics, Exercise Physiology, High Performance, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Podiatry and Psychology.
This subject ensures to provide the learning required for tertiary degrees, such as Bachelor or Health Science, Bachelor of Human Movement, Exercise Sport Science and Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology, offered via UniSA.

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