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Showing 21-30/3751 results for students develop geographical understandings than lead to a diverse range of careers careers range from urban regional planning.
Careers 11 is a trial career education teaching resource for use with students in Year 11. It consists of three modules that build career competencies relevant to students at this age and stage of development.
Landscape architects plan, design and advise on the construction of urban, rural, residential and public landscapes. They also manage and conserve natural or heritage landscapes and public open spaces.
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.
This step-by-step guide helps career lead teachers and career lead teams investigate the extent and effectiveness of career development practice in their schools and tertiary organisations.
Websites that provide career planning tools and resources.
Sales and marketing managers plan and direct the development, promotion and sale of an organisation's goods and services.
A lesson plan to encourage Year 9-10 learners to think about careers when choosing NCEA subjects.
Download a guide to help secondary schools manage and develop their career education programmes.
Having a career action plan can help you to remain focused. It can help you assess where you are and monitor your progress.