At Logan Park, we want to prepare students to be in the strongest position possible to move into a satisfying and fulfilling career pathway. Hence every student takes part in a Career Programme.
Logan Park Year 9 to 13 Career Education Programme involves targeted workshops, Tertiary visits, Career Expo experience, Group Teacher Career support, Department Career focus.
Career Guidance from the Careers Advisor to monitor and achieve student goals, to identify the blocks to success and clarify opportunities for Career Pathways in the future.
Targeted database to develop and monitor individual career profiles.
Logan Park STAR courses for senior students including First Aid Certificates, Food Handling courses, Scuba Diving courses, Tertiary paper opportunities and many others.
Logan Park specific Future Pathways Year 12 class.
Gateway Work Experience placements in Year 13.
This programme gives senior students the opportunity to experience working in their field of choice whilst still studying a full academic programme. Available to students in Years 12 & 13, the programme equips students with the skills and experience to pursue a career in a wide range of fields. Workplace qualifications are gained in areas such as: broadcasting, journalism, conservation, retail, fashion design, hospitality, electrical and automotive trades.
If you are a student thinking about further study after you leave school, there can sometimes be a lot of decisions to make.
StudyLink’s website is a great place to visit to get you thinking about what it will cost to live and study. StudyLink can help you work out if study is right for you, and how you’ll support yourself. How much money you may need to support yourself may surprise you.
Once you’ve made the decision to study, it’s a good idea to sign up to receive emails from StudyLink. That way you won’t miss out on important information, like when to apply and documents you need to send.
We encourage students and parents to check out StudyLink.