Careers in education at our next Industry Live

Rebecca is the Health & Physical Ed. Manager

Rebecca, Health & Physical Ed. Manager

Back to School! It may be teaching young children their ABCs or turning your favourite subject of music or PE into a career. Education and training is a growth industry and from teacher’s aides to trainers, there are many great roles to explore. Want to know more about a career in education? Then our upcoming Industry Live is for you! In this week’s Industry Live on may 6th we will be joined by three excellent speakers, Rebecca, Caroline and Philip, providing insights about what it is like to make education your career.

Rebecca is the Health & Physical Education Manager at Elizabeth College in Hobart.

Rebecca’s background includes not only education but also coaching athletes at the elite level in netball for the Australian Institute of Sport. Rebecca’s current role as Health & Physical Education Manager at Elizabeth College in Tasmania combines her own sporting prowess and love of sport with a passion for working with and developing young people, both academically and athletically.

Rebecca will talk to us about how a degree in education can open up many doors and many possibilities for a career. She’ll also share with us some of the top tips she gives the young athletes she works with.

Caroline, Kindergarten teacher and panellist at Industry Live

Caroline, Kindergarten teacher

Our second panellist is Caroline. She is a kindergarten teacher who is passionate about making very young children feel secure and inspired in their learning.

Caroline is a kindergarten teacher who has used her own commitment to lifelong learning to help her develop and guide the young minds of tomorrow.

Caroline not only works with kindergarteners on their ABCs but also teaches them how to appreciate other cultures via a range of creative tools.

Caroline will talk to us about what the day to day life of a kindergarten teacher looks like, as well as the character traits that make the best early learning teachers.

Finally, Philip works in the higher education sector at La Trobe University in Melbourne, helping to support young people in their transitions to university and the world of work.

During his career so far, Philip has worked with university students to match them with industry mentors to maximise their opportunities after university and has also worked with high school students highlighting the benefits of higher education, whether that be going to uni or TAFE.

Philip, Outreach Advisor

Philip, Outreach Advisor

Philip will talk to us about the transferable skills he believes young people gain from participating in higher learning as well as what you can expect if you decide to go to university.

Registrations are still open and schools and students are encouraged to register to join. 

About Industry Live: 

Join Beacon Foundation online for Industry Live, a series of live career awareness and exploration events via video conference. We invite expert industry panellists to share their stories, top tips for success, and answer questions from school students across Australia in a discussion led by a facilitator. Industry Live is open to all students across Australia in Years 6-12.

Join our upcoming Industry Live –May 6 2020 – 11:30am – 12:30pm AEST.  Careers in Education – Education and training is a growth industry and from teacher’s aides to trainers there are many great roles to explore.

Simply register and we’ll be in touch to talk you through log-ins and logistics, more information about Industry Live and how to register can be found via this link.

 

 

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Industry Live panelists

How to secure a future job that also helps others

Drew Beswick CEO Oak Possability

Drew Beswick, CEO Oak Possability

Interested in a future career where you help others? Want to learn more about jobs in the disability and aged care sector? Then our upcoming Industry Live is for you!

We have a secured two outstanding panellists for our Industry Live on April 2: Drew Beswick , CEO of Oak Possability and Fiona Huskinson, Senior Workforce & Industry Development Officer at ACSA (Aged and Community Services Australia).

This is a FREE Industry Live career awareness event for students in grades 6-12.

Fiona Huskinson works for ACSA who are the leading national peak body supporting not for profit and for purpose providers of retirement living, community, home and residential care for more than 450,000 older Australians.

Fiona’s role with ACSA is as their Senior Workforce & Industry Development Officer and she works to connect young people with work experience opportunities and information to help kick start their career within the industry.

Fiona Huskinson, Senior Workforce & Industry Development Officer, ACSA

Fiona Huskinson, Senior Workforce & Industry Development Officer, ACSA

Fiona has a wealth of knowledge about pathways to a career in aged and community services and is excited to speak to us about the rewarding roles available.

Joining Fiona is Drew Beswick. Drew is the CEO of Oak Possability. Oak Possibility has been a leading provider of disability services for over 30 years, operating in Tasmania and Victoria. The organisation is committed to enriching people’s quality of life and supporting skill development.

Drew will talk to us about the latest developments in the disability sector, which is a growth area, and the potential for lots of different careers.

Join Drew and Fiona as they share their stories, learnings and lessons to get to the top of their game in the disability and aged care sector, it is a line up not to miss.

 

About Industry Live: 

Join Beacon Foundation online for Industry Live, a series of live career awareness and exploration events via video conference. We invite expert industry panellists to share their stories, top tips for success, and answer questions from school students across Australia in a discussion led by a facilitator. Industry Live is open to all students across Australia in Years 6-12.

Join our upcoming Industry Live – 2 April 2020 – 1pm to 2pm AEDT. Topic: Jobs that help others. Explore the many rewarding roles in the growth area of social assistance such as disability and aged care.

Simply register and we’ll be in touch to talk you through log-ins and logistics, more information about Industry Live and how to register can be found via this link.

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