All Year 9 students in Victorian Government Schools will be offered the Morrisby Online career diagnostic assessment from Term 1 2019
The Department has engaged the Career Education Association of Victoria, which will be working with Career Analysts Pty Ltd, to deliver the professional career planning service for all Year 9 students in Victorian government schools.
Starting in Term 1 2019, all Year 9 students in Victorian Government Schools will be offered the Morrisby Online career diagnostic assessment. This will take under two hours, and should be conducted in school time – typically in class groups or larger. Students with additional needs will be considered on an individual basis.
Following the assessment, both students and their parents will be encouraged to consider the information and answer some questions in preparation for a 1:1 career counselling session. This will be conducted by a qualified, external career practitioner, and will be carried out during school hours and on school premises. The discussions will include short-term specific subject choices as well as training, higher education and employment pathways and options.
Written interview notes summarising the counselling session and any action points will be provided to the school. The outcome of this process will be to improve the quality and understanding of pathways for Year 9 students.
CEAV will work with Career Analysts to deliver this service to Victorian Government Schools.
Morrisby Online is specifically designed and developed for volume career assessment of school-aged students.
Based on the successful delivery in Australia and in the UK, leadership teams and career practitioners will find the Morrisby Online assessments a valuable addition to the career education programs and services offered to students and parents in their schools.
The Professional Careers Guidance Services for Year 9 students in Victorian government schools has been designed for students to make better choices about subject selection, vocational education and training, senior secondary school certificates, further study and training. The Career Planning Service web portal is under development with dedicated entry points for schools, students, parents and administrators to book and access their customised service. The website will go live in early December and allow schools to book in their customised careers guidance service to suit their students and school calendar of events.
The CEAV is currently recruiting Careers Consultants to work all over Victoria including in regional areas such as Ballarat, Shepparton, Stawell, Mildura, Bendigo and Gippsland. There are also opportunities for city based consultants to work across Metropolitan Melbourne and the Mornington Peninsula.
If you hold the Graduate Certificate in Career Development (or are finishing soon) and are interested in working as a Careers Advisory Service Careers Consultant, please register your interest by emailing Bernadette Gigliotti.
We'll get in touch to ensure that you are able to undertake an online induction to work on the Year 9 Careers Advisory Service Project and to connect you to Career Analysts to complete Morrisby Online accreditation.
A position description for the role can be found here
The CEAV is the state based peak association supporting career practitioners to deliver quality career development service and programs. The CEAV will deploy qualified career practitioners as Regional Coordinators to work directly with schools in the delivery of the Career Planning Service. CEAV Regional Coordinators will be experts in the delivery of Morrisby Online and the associated careers guidance service provided to schools, students and parents. Each Regional Coordinator will manage a team of qualified and accredited career practitioners who will undertake the 1:1 career counselling sessions with the Year 9 students.
The CEAV will provide IT Support and Helpdesk to all schools during the school year for the Career Planning Service. The CEAV will provide a number for all troubleshooting in relation to the service delivery. All Victorian government schools can contact the CEAV Helpdesk by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 9433 8033 during school hours for technical and service delivery support.
The CEAV Regional Coordinators are currently contacting schools to organise their Career Advisory Service for 2019.
Phone: (03) 9433 8033
Morrisby Online Assessment Tool