Whether students have a job, a volunteer position, want to do work placement, or are an elite athlete or dancer; this subject allows them to use their involvement to explore current issues. Students learn about the evolving workforce and their rights at work, while further developing skills that will help prepare them for future workplace choices.
Students may also be an elite athlete, dancer, referee or coach. Students must complete 50–60 hours of work in a 20 credit course and 25–30 hours in a 10 credit course.
25% – Folio
25% – Performance
20% – Reflection
30% – Investigation – practical or issues
This subject can contribute towards an ATAR. It enables workers or elite athletes/dancers to gain academic credit for their endeavours.
Check out msc.sa.edu.au/workplace-practices for more info and how to enrol.