Being a career educator is the best job in the world.
The expert knowledge and guidance of career practitioners is powerful.
We make a difference.
If you are a fan of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs you can happily map your potential impact on the ladder to self actualization for your students.
That’s the amazing, satisfying, powerful job satisfaction that we get.
We know our Why.
We know how important our work is as ride the tsunami of emerging pathways from school.
We are the trailblazers.
As with all trailblazers, we have work to do until people see our role as illuminators for the future. We need to work to be the light on the hill, to quote one of Australia’s greatest Prime Ministers, Ben Chifley.
We have a great objective – the light on the hill – which we aim to reach by working the betterment of mankind not only here but anywhere we may give a helping hand. If it were not for that, the Labor movement would not be worth fighting for.
There are outstanding practitioners in Western Australia who believe the Career Education movement is worth fighting for. They are the light on the hill.
They are trailblazers of world best practice who apply sound research findings to their day to day work as career educators across government, Catholic and independent schools.
Three of the many trailblazing West Australian examples are:
The Innovation Design Entrepreneurship Academy was founded by Rebecca Loftus and Nicole Gazey who say:
It’s not just a different model. It’s a different culture.