Creating clear and supported transitions for all people at the vital points of starting, changing and leaving school or training.
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Moving from primary to secondary school is a big step in the next stage of a child's education. This initiative aims to support a positive move from primary school to secondary school for all students.
An initiative developed to guide families, early childhood education and care services and schools to ensure all Victorian children have a positive experience as they transition to school.
If you are looking to train or reskill, the Skills and Jobs Centres should be your first port-of-call to get expert advice on training and employment opportunities.
The Government has committed $14 million in response to a recent decline in the number of young, early school leavers enrolling in vocational education and training programs, and in foundation skills in particular.
The Department will provide two Lynne Kosky VCAL Memorial Scholarships each year for two outstanding students in Years 11 and 12.
Vocational education: another way of learning expanding opportunities and pathways for senior secondary students into higher level VET and the workforce.
Helping to improve training and employment options for young people from 10 to 19 years – especially those at risk of making poor transitions from compulsory schooling to the next stage of their lives and careers.
Supporting young people experiencing problems by designing new ways for the education, youth and family support, justice, homelessness and mental health sectors to work more collaboratively.
Available in each Local Learning and Employment Network to make work placements, apprenticeships, traineeships and work experience easier for students, employers and education and training providers.
The back to school period can be an exciting and, at times, stressful period for parents.