Report: Inquiry into Career Advice Activities in Victorian Schools
Career development in Victorian schools is not meeting the needs of students according to the Victorian Parliament’s Economic, Education, Jobs and Skills Committee.
Some students told the Committee they do not feel their school career practitioners are providing them with adequate guidance and others said that career development services at schools are too generic and not offered early enough.
Employers were also concerned with the quality of career development provided to students, stating that the advice given often does not reflect the nature of their industries or the reality of the labour market. a, which today tabled its report on career advice activities in Victorian schools.