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).
Automotive, Construction, Electrotechnology, and Engineering Industry Pathways Program (IPP ACEE) is a specialist program encompassing tailored steams for students interested in one of the following pathways:
– Trades (Mechanic, Electrician, Builder, Fitter and Turner etc.)
– Technician (Technologist, Specialist Technician etc.)
– Engineering (Mechanical Engineer, Electrical Engineer, Civil Engineer etc.)
ACEE IPP has a large practical component where students spend half their learning working on practical tasks and use digital technology to record their learning progressions to support subject evidence that is required.
Aged, Health, Education, Allied Health and Disability Industry Pathways program (AHEAD IPP) is a specialist program incorporating a 2-year pathway for students interested in one of the many careers within Aged Care, Health, Disabilities and Education. These careers could include Early Childhood teaching, Child Care Worker, Nursing, Social Work, Care Service Employee, Therapy Assistant, Podiatry Assistant
Cooking, Hospitality and Tourism Industry Pathways Program (CHAT IPP) is a two-year pathway for students interested in the Hospitality or Tourism industry. Pathways for students could include Food and Beverage Production, Front of House Service, Event Planning/Management, Hotel Management, Tourism, Accommodation and Cruise Ship and Airline Employment.
For additional information regarding IPP/Specialist Programs please contact Jo Leditschke at Edward John Eyre High School on 8645 7677 (ext 3).