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Careers and VET Services

YEAR 12 STUDENTS

We remind students to ensure they have completed all aspects of their SATAC applications. Some students need to upload their Teaching Capabilities Statement by 1 December, some have yet to pay their SATAC fee, and others can see on the welcome page that their Certificate 3 certificate/transcript may need to be submitted or students who are eligible for equity bonus points may need to have uploaded evidence. Even with conditional offers, it is very important that all aspects of the SATAC Application are completed. Unfortunately, at our end there is much we are not privy to, so we cannot remind students of all required information. If in doubt, please send Ms Coorey or Mr Vizaniaris an email. In addition to this, we wish to clarify for students who will have a completed ‘approved’ Certificate 3 by the end of November that the College will upload this to SACE so it becomes a ‘recognised studies’ subject and contributes to the ATAR calculation. There is nothing that students will need to do for this. If any student feels they will not have their Certificate 3 completed and resulted by 25 November they must contact a careers counsellor urgently.

YEAR 11 STUDENTS

Students who would like to book a careers appointment to discuss their proposed 2021 Year 12 subjects and goals must do so at the LEC reception. In the next few weeks. students will receive an email clarifying their 2021 subject choices and inviting students who wish to discuss possible changes to make an appointment.

Careers counsellors Mr Vizaniaris and Ms Coorey have met with many Year 11 students over the last week to develop these proposed subject changes. Students aiming for University courses with high or somewhat complicated entry pathways such as Medicine, Dentistry and interstate pathways are particularly encouraged to book an appointment over the next week.

The University of Adelaide have notified the College that the Year 11 grade conditional offer scheme established this year for current Year 12 students will be extended to 2021 Year 12 students. This provides current Year 11 students an added incentive to focus on achieving their highest possible grades this semester. This year the University of Adelaide considered students Year 12 Research Project grades, in addition to students four best SACE Stage 1 grades. For more information regarding the 2021 scheme program please click here.

YEAR 11 STUDENTS WHO WISH TO BE CONSIDERED FOR ADVANCED STUDIES AT UNIVERSITY LEVEL

The University of Adelaide run a HeadStart Program where Year 11 students who have demonstrated significant aptitude in a subject area may wish to consider incorporating a University level subject(s) into their 2021 subject mix. Families who would like to know more about this as an option may wish to attend the upcoming information session at the University of Adelaide.

Registrations will fill fast so please register as soon as possible via this link. There are strict COVID guidelines we need to adhere to and because of this there is a very strict capacity for this event. It is advised that students only bring one parent/guardian with them and each attendee will need an individual registration.

Date: 11 November 2020
Time: 6:00pm – 7:30pm
Location: The Mezzanine, North Terrace Campus

For more information please click here. Any questions can be directed to headstart@adelaide.edu.au

Flinders University offer a similar scheme, for more information please click here.

Please note that at a school level we have some suggestions and guidelines around these types of opportunities therefore enrolment is not automatic.

Ms Rose Coorey and Mr Anthony Vizaniaris, Career Counsellor