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Work studies / Year 10 / Career and life design / Gaining and keeping work

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Curriculum content descriptions

Use a range of tools, methods and skills for accessing work relevant to 21st century recruitment and selection processes (ACWSCL037)

Elaborations
  • preparing and maintaining the relevant personal documentation for accessing work opportunities
  • distinguishing criticism from constructive feedback and the importance of feedback for self-improvement and applying this in a range of work scenarios
  • practising self-advocacy, understanding appropriate negotiation skills and applying these in a range of work scenarios
  • practising networking in its various forms including virtual and other social media
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Recruitment (Employment)

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