MIT economist, David Autor, talks about technological advancements and the three questions you should ask to see if a job has a future. Watch the video with your students to help them find out whether the career path they're interested in will be replaced by technological advancements.
Career Development Benchmarks
The career development benchmarks are a suite of self-review tools designed to raise the quality of career development in New Zealand. Learn how you can use the benchmarks and supporting resources to assess and improve your career development programmes and services.
Benchmarks and supporting resources
The career development benchmarks and supporting resources help schools and tertiary organisations self-review their career development programmes and services.
Career Development Benchmarks: Year 7 and 8
The Career Development Benchmarks: Year 7 and 8 are a self-review tool for schools to assess and improve the quality of their career development for Year 7 and 8 students.
Career Development Benchmarks: Secondary
The Career Development Benchmarks: Secondary are a self-review tool for secondary schools to assess and improve the quality of their career development programmes and services.
From 1 January 2018, recent school leavers and other people who may have put off doing further education will be able to access fees free tertiary provider based study or industry training.
Career NewZealand’s Māia video series celebrates seven inspiring Māori businesses. Watch their stories plus get tips on employability skills for young people and how they can score a job or start a business! Visit the teacher’s page for advice on how to use it in the classroom.
STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths) intensive businesses that Teachers in Industry has connected with.
These “Employability Cards” are designed to help schools and businesses to engage with each other. One card for schools and one for businesses:
- each card contains a checklist of five questions;
- each sets out the benefits of engagement for both education and businesses with advice on how to develop effective long-term relationships;
- advice for schools includes suggestions on how and why to connect with local businesses;
- for businesses, the card outlines the benefits of forming links with schools, helping to produce work-ready employees and helping influence career education.
You can view the Vocational Pathways programme guidance documents here.
The Vocational Pathways provide a coherent framework for foundation education and skills training.
The Vocational Pathways assessment resources provide learners with real-world assessment activities that support learning programmes.
The resources may be used by schools and tertiary education providers that have NZQA consent to assess the relevant achievement standards. The following six pathways represent new ways to structure and achieve NCEA Level 2 or equivalent.