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Sirius College Career Development


Our aim is to provide you with all the latest information that will help you make decisions about your future career and your life beyond school.

You can use this site to locate University, TAFE and any other type of course across Australia, get information about the VCE, search for job vacancies and much more. Feel free to drop into the Careers Office if you have any questions.

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Career Development Daily News Fix: Tuesday Mar 2 (Posted: 02/03/2021)

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  • Yrs 9-12: Interested in eye health? We all think of Optometrists when we think of health professionals who work with eyes, but did you know there's 2 other key career options that also look at eyes? Often, the optometrist will be a person’s first point of contact before they are referred to Ophthalmologists and Orthoptists. Orthoptists are healthcare professionals who specialise in assessing and managing eye movement disorders, such as double vision and squints in children and adults. Their role includes caring for people with eye diseases, as well as people with low vision and neurological vision disorders. To learn more about Orthopitics, click here. If you have an eye disease or visual disorder, you may be referred to an Ophthalmologist – also known as an eye doctor or eye surgeon. Ophthalmologists are specialists who handle all the medical aspects of eye care, including treatment, surgery and the prescription of contact lenses and glasses as well as medicines for eye problems. To learn more about Ophthalmology, click here.
  • Yrs 7-12: Chatting with your campus' Career Dev. Practitioner - Did you know that there's an easy way to request to chat with your campus' Career Development Practitioner, available from the homepage of siriuscollegecareers.com? By clicking 'Book an Appointment' at the top of the page (see image below), you can request an appointment (including during class time) to discuss whatever is on your mind to do with your future. The appointment request will be confirmed via return SEQTA message, once the practitioner you have requested confirms that you're not missing any important class work. Note that when you make a booking, you'll receive an eMail with the booking request details, which you should print & get your teacher to sign (if your confirmed appointment is during class time) so they know why you're stepping out of class. Your parents can also make a booking request this way as well, and this includes via Zoom. We're here to help you create the future you want, so come talk to us - it's your future!  
  • Yrs 9-12: What does a Blogger do? The Good Careers Guide states that a Blogger writes articles and opinion pieces for websites. While they often work freelance for a range of clients, they can also be employed in-house. They write pieces that are less formal than traditional journalistic articles, with the main purpose of their work being digital marketing and search engine optimisation. The work they produce is designed to engage readers and drive website traffic. Bloggers need to be creative and original, be able to pick out and emphasise relevant facts, be able to write clearly and in a compelling manner, have good concentration, have the technical ability to switch between styles and forms of writing & have good time management skills, and the ability to handle pressure. Bloggers often have a communication OR journalism qualification, or have completed courses in creative writing, marketing, etc. To learn more, click here.

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Career Development Daily News Fix: Monday Mar 1 (Posted: 01/03/2021)

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  • Yr12: Applications closing soon for the Hansen Scholarship Program - A reminder that applications for the Uni of Melb Hansen Scholarship Program will be closing on Thursday March 11, with references due the week after. Successful applicants in years gone by have read the selection criteria carefully, checked that their family received a means-tested Centrelink benefit, and provided a strong academic reference. For more information on this amazing opportunity, click here.
  • Yrs 10-12: New Bachelor of Data Science - Introduced in 2021, this degree students will build a practical understanding of recent developments in computer science, information technology and statistics, and be able to apply relevant mathematical and statistical knowledge and methods to new and ongoing problems. Students will develop their ability to analyse and manage large amounts of data from various sources and evaluate their insights and solutions. In addition to strengthened problem solving skills, students will also learn to effectively communicate their work to technical and non-technical audiences, work independently or as a team, and factor in relevant standards, ethical and legal considerations to their projects. Upon graduation from the Bachelor of Data Science, students will have the skills required to pursue a career as a data scientist in public and private organisations. The job titles may include analytics specialist, business intelligence analyst or developer, data analyst, data architect, data engineer, data miner, data scientist, research scientist and web analyst. VCE prerequisites for entry are Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or at least 25 in English other than EAL; Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 20 in any Mathematics. To learn more about this new course, click here.
  • Yrs 10-12: Looking to help, and to build your resume? Volunteer online in support of mental health. ReachOut Australia is looking for those ages 16 and up to support the mental wellbeing of young people. You can help out when you have time, or step back when you’ve got a lot on your plate. A recent Yr10 EMC student, who is involved in this program has said of this opportunity: "I was given training on providing support and helping people with mental health problems, and now each week for a couple of hours, I talk to people online going through hard times, advise them and provide support". To learn more & register your interest, click here.

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Career Development Daily News Fix: Friday Feb 26 (Posted: 26/02/2021)

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  • Yrs 9-12: 'Engineering Heroes' podcast - Engineers Australia has now officially taken the helm of the Engineering Heroes podcast series. Students keen on a career in engineering may find these podcasts about the engineering challenges in today’s society of interest. Every Friday, hosts Mel & Dom share a discussion they've had with an engineer. They will talk about their career and provide thoughts and advice for future engineers. There are various categories of podcasts including aerospace, building services, and computer systems. For general information about the podcast series, click here. To listen to these stories, click here for Apple Podcasts, or click here for Spotify.
  • Yrs 10-12: Double degree doubling choices - ACU alum Jessie Chibber is just 25 years old and has already worked in medicine, law and mining. She is making the most of her psychological science and law double degree. “It’s ok to question what you want in a career and follow a path that is right for you, regardless of the degrees that you have hanging on the wall. Those degrees will always help you in attaining positions and are a great way for you to stand out as a candidate for a job, however, don’t feel like you must stick within the normal career path of someone with your degree. You need to find a career path that you are happy with and one that you could see yourself in for the long haul, not one you are just swimming along in, trying to get through.” To read more about her story, and where a double degree can lead you, click here. To learn more about a double degree actually is, click here.
  • Yrs 10-12: Games Design Courses in Victoria in 2021 - Games Design courses are offered at a number of institutions in Victoria.  Often, they are specialised courses, other times games design is offered as a major in Computer Science and/or information Technology degrees.  Some courses have a specific maths requirement, so students are encouraged to browse the links provided. A number of these courses are included below, but for a comprehensive list, visit VTAC. 
INSTITUTION COURSE MAJOR STUDIES IN 2021
Federation University Bachelor of Information Technology (Games Development) 3D Modelling & Animation, Agile Coding, Big Data & Analytics, Cloud & Enterprise Computing, Communications & Technology, Computer Games Design, Data Modelling, Game Development Fundamentals, Game Programming, IT Problem Solving, IT Professional Engagement, IT Project Management Techniques, Mobile Development Fundamentals, Networking & Security, Professionalism & Entrepreneurship, Systems Modelling, Understanding the Digital Revolution, User Experience, Web Design.
 
RMIT University Diploma of Digital Media Technologies Animation (2D), Animation (3D), Audio and video production, Augmented Reality (AR) design, Cinema language, Design for mobile devices, Digital imaging, Digital media, Games design, Graphic design, Interactive media, Interface design, Mixed Reality design, Motion graphic design, Scripting and development, Social media, Virtual Reality (VR) design, Web design.
 
Bachelor of Design (Games) 3D animation, 3D design, Arts (contemporary), Computer graphics, Computer programming, Digital animation (games), Digital art and design, Digital imaging, Entrepreneurship, Games design, Games development, Games programming, Games technology, Graphic design.
 
Swinburne University Diploma of Digital and Interactive Games 2D animation, 2D concept art, 3D animation and modelling, Digital imaging, Game theory and design, Games development, Project management.
 
Bachelor of Games and Interactivity 3D modelling and animation, Audio and video production, Game design, Games development, Games technology, Narrative design, User experience design.
 
Bachelor of Games and Interactivity/Bachelor of Animation 2D and 3D production techniques for animation, 3D modelling for objects and environments, Acting for animation, Action analysis and locomotion, Behaviour and motivation in games, Character and environment design, Character animation, Development and pre-production, Digital game prototyping, Genre and the moving image, History of animation, Pervasive game design, Physics of games and animation, Principles of game design, Production and post-production, Production management for animation, Screen writing, Sound design and acquisition, User-centred design and evaluation, Writing and directing for animation, Writing for interactive narratives.
 
Bachelor of Games and Interactivity/Bachelor of Computer Science Cybersecurity, Data science, Games and interactivity, Games development, Internet of Things, Network design, Software design, Software development.
 

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Career Development Daily News Fix: Thursday Feb 25 (Posted: 25/02/2021)

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  • Yrs 9-12: Top five digital in-demand skills in Australia - Did you know that Australia needs 6.5 million additional workers with digital skills by 2025? As a future worker, you want to make sure you’re all across these skills so your employability level is solid. Careers with STEM have rounded up the top five in demand skills in Australia, according to the APAC Digital Skills Index 2020. Consider these as you start or move along your STEM study path so you can future proof your career. To read more, click here.
  • Yrs 10-12: CourseSeeker - Making the move into higher education can be quite daunting. Making the move into higher education INTERSTATE can be even more daunting. With so many choices these days it’s hard to know where to begin, so that's why CourseSeeker is here to make it a little easier for you. If you are open to/considering undertaking a university course outside of Victoria, you need to be across all of the application information for the interstate idea, and CourseSeeker will provide all of this, as well as instructions for how to begin the interstate application process. Have a look & see what's out there for you! To access CourseSeeker, click here.
  • Yrs 9-12: From studying Arts to working for Parliament - Deakin Uni graduate Evan Chatelier thoroughly enjoyed the Bachelor of Arts (Honours), flexibility and practical aspects. As part of Evan’s studies, he majored in international relations and Middle East studies. Evan takes the time to reflect on his career journey so far and importance of developing a tangible skillset. This is a success story for where the Bachelor of Arts can take you, so to read more, click here. Oh, and if you don't know what you can gain out of a Bachelor of Arts, the image below provided by Deakin could help with this...
 

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Career Development Daily News Fix: Wednesday Feb 24 (Posted: 24/02/2021)

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  • Yrs 9-12: 2020 Open Day Webinars - Each year universities run open days, usually in July & August. For students who are keen to explore university courses, this can seem like a long time away. Thankfully, several universities recorded their open day information sessions from last year and you can watch them from the comfort of your home. Just click on the links below and search the courses or the study areas you are interested in. It’s important to note that information such as ATARs & Study Scores from the 2020 open days are only relevant for the 2021 intake and course information may change for the 2022 intake.
    - Deakin University: Click here.
    - Federation University: Click here.
    - La Trobe University: Click here.
    - Monash University: Click here.
    - Swinburne University: Click here.
    - University of Melbourne: Click here.
    - Victoria University: Click here.
  • Yrs 9-12: Have you considered a career in insurance? As one of the biggest, most diverse industries in the world, insurance has more roles than you’d imagine, including ones that could be perfect for you. Love numbers? You’re needed. Love people? Insurance has roles for you. Analytical? A big thinker? A problem solver? Whatever you are, insurance has a job with your name on it. To learn about where a career in insurance can take you, check out the website ‘Careers in Insurance’ by clicking here.
  • Yrs 9-12: Year 13 Career Expo - The Year13 Expo is officially back in May 2021! Youth from across Australia will come together over three days from May 17 – 19 to discover what their post-school options are. What is the Expo? The Year13 Expo is an online careers event that allows youth and parents to engage directly with education, employment and travel providers from across Australia. The Expo will also be hosting webinars and workshops from an exciting range of speakers including professional athletes and tech CEO’s, some of which have already been announced. This is an event not to be missed. Information will be released closer to the event. What information can you access before the Expo? To RSVP for the expo, click here. To explore the amazing resources on the Year 13 website, click here.

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Career Development Daily News Fix: Tuesday Feb 23 (Posted: 23/02/2021)

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  • Yrs 7-12: VTAC 2020/21 offer information - VTAC applications have now closed for the class of 2020, and we are very proud of the outcomes for our most recent additions to the Sirius College Alumni community. Of the 173 students who applied through VTAC for a place in a university across Victoria in 2021, 97.1% of students received an offer. Considering what 2020 was for everyone, especially those trying to finish their schooling journey, this is a remarkable achievement! We can now share with everyone information on the course offers & institutions that the class of 2020 received - this information is based on the most recent offer made to our students, as many received more than 1 through the 5 offer opportunities. This is great 'food for thought' for current students, to see the wide range of course options that fellow Sirius College students consider for their future. To see this course offer & institution information, click here.
  • Yrs 9-12: Monash 'Find my FIT' - From AI to cybersecurity, Information Technology is a wonderfully diverse field. If you are interested in IT but not sure which path is right for you, you can take a Monash University short, fun quiz to find out! Not only will you start to uncover possible options that could work for you, but you'll also discover the benefits of studying IT at Monash. To access this resource, click here.
  • Yr12: La Trobe Aspire update - LTU's Aspire Early Admissions Program rewards your involvement in community, leadership and volunteering with an early conditional offer into your chosen course at La Trobe. This means you’ll know if you have a place at university in September or even earlier. You’ll also receive exclusive benefits designed to nurture your skills and give you the support you need to succeed at La Trobe and beyond. With Aspire, you can lock in your future and set yourself up to succeed now — and when you get to La Trobe. Today, La Trobe announced that the Apsire program applications for 2021 will open much earlier than in recent years, opening on the first day of Term 2, Monday April 16 (which is a pupil free day for Sirius College). To learn more about Aspire, including the benefits associated (including a lowered ATAR for many courses, some as low as 50!) click here.

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Career Development Daily News Fix: Monday Feb 22 (Posted: 22/02/2021)

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  • Yrs 10-12: Discover Deakin Course information webinars - Discover all you need to know about studying at Deakin. Get a taste of the progressive, real-world approach to learning at Deakin's course information webinars. Covering a range of study areas and topics to help you get ready to study at Deakin, you'll also have the chance to meet future teachers, hear student stories and get your questions answered by Deakin's experts. Discover what it's like to study at Deakin and get all the information you need to choose the perfect course to help you achieve your study goals. Course information webinars will be running throughout May and June in 2021, so register now, so Deakin can keep you up to date. Do this by clicking here.
  • KBC Yrs 9-12: Level Up - a seminar series to upskill and empower you for your future - Are you looking for your first job and not sure where to start? This free 4-week seminar run by Bayside City Council, is designed for young people in Bayside to prepare for their first jobs and to be empowered in the work place. Level One: All about you. Identify your skills, strengths and working style. Level Two: Get Job ready. CVs, Interview skills and cover letter preparation. Level Three: Know your rights. Learn about what young people are entitled to in the workforce. Level Four: Gain Experience. Boosting your CV and hear about the benefits of volunteering in your local community. There are 4 seminars on Wednesday March 10, 17, 24 & 31 from 4.30pm-5.30pm. For more information & to register, click here.
  • Yrs 10-12: La Trobe Uni Undergraduate webinars - Welcome to La Trobe Uni's Undergraduate Webinar Series. Register to view and be a part of a choice of informative webinars hosted by Academics from your course of interest. Insights will be given on course content and structure, graduate outcomes, the application process and about life at La Trobe as a undergraduate student. Registrations are open for 'La Trobe Aspire Early Admissions: Applications 101', 'Build your study skills webinar' & 'Studying at La Trobe webinar' through March & April. For more information on all of these & to register for any, click here.

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Career Development Daily News Fix: Friday Feb 19 (Posted: 19/02/2021)

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  • Yrs 10-12: Postgraduate Pathways to Engineering - Monash University now offers an additional pathway for students to become a qualified engineer. The new, three-year Master of Professional Engineering is for graduates from fields such as science, mathematics or pharmacy, who wish to gain an accredited engineering qualification. This course is for students who want to change careers and become an engineer, move into a different field of engineering, or are seeking an internationally recognised engineering qualification to build on their undergraduate engineering studies. The course comprises technical, research and professional units, blending theory and practice.  Students receive the same opportunities to undertake design and research projects, as well as Work Integrated Learning. Specialisations are offered in chemical, civil, electrical, materials and mechanical engineering. To learn more, click here.
  • Yr12: ANU applications for 2022 Entry - Current domestic Year 12 students who intend applying directly to ANU for undergraduate study in 2022 are advised that ANU will now make offers based on Year 11 results on August 9, and these will be honoured for study in 2022 as long as students have completed Year 12 and achieved an ATAR. Should the Year 11 results not meet entry requirements, selection officers will automatically consider Year 12 results in the December offer round. Students will need to meet the co-curricular or service requirement and ANU has adjusted its requirements due to the disruptions of COVID-19. Applications will open on March 3 and will close on May 24. Students are advised to read through Application Information (click here) before applying by clicking here.
  • Yrs 10-12: Agriculture Degrees in Victoria in 2021 - Growing enough food to sustain the world is one of the biggest challenges the world is facing in the 21st century.  Below are several degrees that prepare students to become experts in the science of agriculture, so they can take on an advisory role in agriculture and farming practices. For a comprehensive list of courses (including the many double-degree options) on offer at Victorian universities, TAFEs, and Private Providers, visit VTAC.
INSTITUTION COURSE NAME VCE PREREQUISITES MAJOR STUDIES IN 2021
BOX HILL INSTITUTE Bachelor of Biosecurity Science Units 3 and 4: satisfactory completion of any English; Units 3 and 4: satisfactory completion of any Mathematics. Biosecurity Science (Lilydale Lakeside campus)
LA TROBE UNIVERSITY Bachelor of Agriculture Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in English (EAL) or at least 20 in English other than EAL; Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 20 in any Mathematics.
 
Agribusiness, Agricultural biotechnology, Agricultural marketing, Agricultural science, Agriculture, Agronomy, Animal and plant biology, Plant and animal production, Soil science.
Bachelor of Agriculture & Technology Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in English (EAL) or at least 20 in English other than EAL. Agronomy, Sports turf science and management, Viticulture and winemaking.
MARCUS OLDHAM COLLEGE Bachelor of Business (Agriculture) n/a, but completion of Year 12, the ATAR, and participation in an interview are all considered for selection. Agriculture, Farm Management and Agribusiness.
Bachelor of Business (Agribusiness) n/a, but completion of Year 12, the ATAR, and participation in an interview are all considered for selection. Agribusiness.
UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE Bachelor of Agriculture Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or at least 25 in English other than EAL; Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in one of Maths: Mathematical Methods or Maths: Specialist Mathematics or at least 30 in Maths: Further Mathematics. Agricultural economics, Plant and soil science, Production animal science.
WILLIAM ANGLISS INSTITUTE Bachelor of Food Studies n/a, but completion of Year 12, the ATAR, and participation in an interview are all considered for selection Agriculture and Farming Systems, Culinary Artistry, Culture and Cuisine, Diet and Health in Society, Economics and Global Impacts, Food Movements and Social Change, Food and Gastronomy in Literature and Media, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Sensory Education.

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Career Development Daily News Fix: Wednesday Feb 16 (Posted: 17/02/2021)

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  • Yrs 11 & 12: FREE VCE Masterclass Sessions - The VCE Masterclass series (run by EarthEd with support from Federation University) will support VCE students across Victoria to attend (via Webex) sessions to strengthen study skills and techniques across a range of study areas. Students will participate in a 60-minute lecture-style presentation by an expert teacher in the study area. A summary of notes will also be available for download by the participants. Each event will include a 30-minute Q&A session where participants can ask questions of the expert teacher. With sessions for English, H&HD, Biology, PE, as well as developing academic skills, there's something for all Yrs 11 & 12 students. These sessions will take place on a range of dates; the first session occurring on Feb 22. For more information & to enrol, click here.
  • Female Yrs 10 & 11: Robogals Monash Hackathon - Robogals Monash is holding a virtual Hackathon event Yrs 10&11 students! This event will be held over two weekends at the start of March. Students will be working in teams to develop a solution to the given prompt around designing a smart home and present them to a panel of judges. Prizes will be awarded to the highest scoring teams! This is a great opportunity for students to problem solve for a real-life issue as well as develop highly relevant industry skills not taught in the classroom. Students will be introduced to challenges that engineers may face and will utilise creative and analytical thinking to design their solution. Participants are not expected to have any prior experience with hackathons– all students will be guided by Monash's wonderful partners from KPMG and Jacobs who will run masterclasses to support participants in developing their ideas! For more information (event listing via Facebook),click here.

  • Yrs 9-12: RMIT Bendigo Flight Training Information Sessions - Discover your future as a pilot. If you are interested in a career as a pilot, this helpful two hour session hosted by RMIT University Flight Training provides a fantastic opportunity for you to receive an overview of the program (including course structure, entry requirements, costs and more), as well as check out some of the amazing facilities such as RMIT's state-of-the-art simulator. This event, held from 3-5pm every Wednesday and Saturday from Feb 17 through to Dec 15, is designed for all students who are considering their career in aviation. You'll also get the chance to meet with RMIT instructors such as Luke Murphy, who has more than 10 years' experience in general aviation and instructing. For more information & to register, click here.
 
 

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Career Development Daily News Fix: Tuesday Feb 16 (Posted: 16/02/2021)

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  • Yrs 10-12: News from Monash University: Biomedical Engineering Specialisation - Commencing this year, a biomedical engineering specialisation is being offered in the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) at Monash Clayton Campus. Students seeking a career combining medicine and technology can now undertake this new engineering specialisation, and will learn to design and develop new diagnostics, monitoring tools and therapies, and build new medical instruments and devices through the study of engineering design fundamentals and biological science subjects.
    There is a predicted very strong jobs growth for biomedical engineers is projected over the next 5 years. Biomedical engineers find exciting and rewarding career opportunities in the following areas: Medical equipment and device design and manufacturing, medical and healthcare services, biomedical instrumentation industries, research and development, med-tech entrepreneurship & engineering consultancy. Find out more about the new Biomedical Engineering specialisation by clicking here.
  • Yrs 9-12: "Studying medicine and navigating the application process with Sophie Day - Deakin Medical Student" podcast - Ever thought about studying Medicine at the postgraduate level and what it takes to be a doctor here in Australia? In this episode (approx. 40min), the 'Arrive & Thrive' podcast team speak with Sophie Day, a Medical Student at Deakin University halfway through her Doctorate of Medicine (If you thought it was only Monash & UoM who offered a Medical Doctorate, think again!). They talk to her about the application process and life as a med student. Sophie also mentions a few resources including Paging Doctor. They highly recommend this episode for anyone who is thinking of studying medicine or parents and educators who would like to learn more about the gruelling process. To listen on Apple Podcasts, click here; to listen on Spotify, click here.
 
  • Yrs 10-12: Arts courses still popular despite 113% fee hike - Some overall feedback from the 2020/21 university enrolment cycle, as reported by The Age. Students have continued to enrol in humanities degrees in high numbers despite fee hikes of more than 100%, amid a broader surge in demand for university places this year. In NSW, there was a 10% increase in the number of students who listed humanities courses as their first preference compared with last year, while demand dipped by around 5% in Victoria, according to data from the states’ admission centres. In both states, more than a fifth of all applications were for humanities courses. Universities’ final enrolment figures won’t be known until after their census dates, typically in late March, but students’ course preference data gives an indication of demand. To read more, click here.
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Career Development Daily News Fix: Friday Feb 12 (Posted: 12/02/2021)

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  • Yrs 10-12: YMCA Victoria Youth Parliament applications now open - YMCA Victoria Youth Parliament operates from Term 2 to the September school holidays, providing a real, tangible pathway for young Victorians aged 16 to 25 to make a difference. 20 teams of 6 participants receive training in public speaking and leadership at residential camps, as they research the issues they are most passionate about. With the assistance of an experienced Taskforce, compiled of past participants, the team will research and debate a state issue they are passionate about and present it in the form of a Bill in the parliamentary chambers. Bills passed by the Youth Parliament and given the assent of the Youth Governor, are then passed onto the State Government of the day for consideration. In the Victorian Youth Parliament's 35-year history, more than 30 pieces of state legislation have originated in the Youth Parliament, including roadside drug testing for drivers, over the counter availability of the morning after pill, mandatory wearing of a bicycle helmet, removal of glass from identified high-risk entertainment venues & gun reformation laws. Registrations are now open until mid-March, so for more information, click here.
  • Yrs 10-12: Swinburne 2022 Undergraduate Guide - Swinburne's 2022 undergraduate guide is now digitally available. Year 12, this guide will give you the most current & accurate information as to the offerings that Swinburne University has to offer you next year; non-Yr12 students, take the time to learn about what Swinburne has to offer you. As of this year, EVERY Swinburne student will have work immersion built into every degree offering, so no matter what you study, you'll be learning on the job as well as in the lecture theatre; 'professional' degrees allow you to do this at full pay! And the amount of ways into Swinburne that don't require an ATAR is fantastic! To download a copy of the 2022 guide, click here.
  • Yrs 10-12: Film & Television Courses in Victoria in 2021 - There are a number of institutions offering film and/or television courses in Victoria, and some of these courses are included below. For a comprehensive list of all related courses, visit VTAC. Note: For the most part, English or EAL is the only prerequisite VCE subject, and often entry into these courses involves submission of a folio and/or participation in an interview.  Students are encouraged to browse the provided links for exact details about each course.
INSTITUTION COURSE MAJOR STUDIES IN 2021
Deakin University Bachelor of Film, Television and Animation Animation, Directing, Documentary and experimental filmmaking, Editing, Entertainment production, Film, Film and Television production management, Film studies, Lighting and cinematography, Media, Motion capture, Narrative, Photography, Producing, Production design, Project management, Quality Management, Screen culture, Screen production, Script writing and storyboarding, Sound recording and editing, Soundtrack design and mixing, Stop-motion animation, Television, Television studio production, Verbal communication.
JMC
Academy
Film and Television Production Broadcasting, Camera Operation, Camera and Lighting, Cinematography, Directing (Film), Directing (Television), Documentary Production, Film Audio, Film Composition, Film Editing, Filmmaking, Industry and Professional Development, International Cinema, Lighting Design, Mise en scene, Motion Graphics, Multi-cam Broadcasting, Music Videos, Popular Culture, Post Production, Producing (Film), Producing (Television), Screen History, Screen and Genre Studies, Screenwriting, Short Films, Sound Design, Sound Recording and Design, Television Broadcasting, Television Studio Production.
LCI
Melbourne
Bachelor of Design Arts (Filmmaking & Photography) Animation, Art and photography (history), Art direction, Cinema studies, Computer graphics, Digital Photography Composite Photography Digital Post Production Visual Storytelling with Moving Image Portfolio Photography Industry Practice in the, Digital art and design, Digital media, Digital narrative, Digital photography, Digital video, Film and media studies, Filmmaking, Image processing, Interactive multimedia, Media communication, Media studies, Multimedia presentation, Photographic art direction, Photography (visual and conceptual development), Photomedia, Video, Visual communication.
RMIT
University
Screen and Media (Film and Television Production) Cinema studies, Computer animation, Computing (audiovisual), Digital audio and video production, Digital media, Digital television production, Digital video, Digital video camera techniques, Directing (Television), Editing, Film, Film and media studies, Film and television, Film and television (production), Film and video, Lighting, Management, Media, Production lighting, Production planning, Production processes, Recording/mixing processes, Screen production, Screen studies, Screenwriting, Scriptwriting, Sound recording and production, Television and broadcasting, Television production, Video, Video technical direction.
SAE Creative Media Bachelor of Film (Post-production or Production) Post-production, Production.
Swinburne University Bachelor of Film and Television (Honours) Cinematography and lighting, Digital post-production techniques, Documentary production, Film and television production, Genre and the moving image, Hollywood cinema, Motion graphics, Photography, Post-production and digital outcomes, Post-production and editing, Production management, Production techniques, Screen literacy and contemporary cinema, Scriptwriting and directing, Sound design and acquisition, The Australian Screen.
Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media - Film and Television Stream Cinematography, Colour grading and post-production processes, Conceptualisation, Cultural research and interpretation, Directing, Editing, Lighting, Non-Linear editing, Production planning and management, Production processes, Scriptwriting and development, Sound recording and production.
Bachelor of Screen Production Digital narratives, Digital video and audio, Experimental screen production, Global screen studies, Image making for narrative and storyboards, Introduction to digital imaging, Media and social impact, Production for digital platforms, Screen franchising and innovation, Sound design and acquisition.
University of Melbourne Bachelor of Fine Arts (Film and Television) Actor direction, Film projects, Screen studies, Screenwriting.
 

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Career Development Daily News Fix: Wednesday Feb 10 (Posted: 10/02/2021)

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  • Yrs 10-12: VU Undergraduate Webinar Series - How can VU can develop your skills with an undergraduate course? Hear from their experienced Course Chairs about the benefits of their undergraduate courses. Expand and discover your skills and interests in a variety of fields and disciplines and how VU can assist you in building industry opportunities and connections. With their revolutionary Block Model (1 subject every 4wks; no lectures/exams), our state-of-the-art facilities and support services, VU can help you reach your study and career goals. It's the New Way to Do Uni. The webinars begin tonight & run through to mid-April. To see all the course webinars, and register your attendance, click here.
  • Yrs 9-12: Interested in a career with the Victoria Police? Victoria Police has four different roles available for students who might be interested in pursuing a career in policing: Police Officer, Protective Services Officer, Police Custody Officer & Victorian Public Servant. For a brief overview of each role and to watch different recruitment videos that will help you understand the recruitment process as a whole, click here.
  • Yrs 9-12: "Becoming a Midwife and the world of Nursing" podcast - A day in the life of a midwife and nurse is filled with both highs and lows. In this episode of the Arrive & Thrive podcast, host Tyson Day speaks with Kiara Pianta, a nurse and midwife at a major Melbourne hospital about a typical day, the different rotations, tasks involved and the journey of becoming a nurse and midwife.
    This episode (approx. 36min) is perfect for anybody who wants to explore becoming a midwife and or nurse. To listen via Apple Podcasts, click here; to listen via Spotify, click here.
  • Yrs 11 & 12: EdX / Uni of Qld 'Unlocking Your Employability' MOOC - A degree is necessary to secure a graduate role, but employers are looking for much more. The key is showing a potential employer what you can offer BEYOND your credentials. This course will show you how to take your experiences, extract what you've learned from them and present them in a way that would be attractive to an employer. We'll help you develop your employability - the capabilities, skills, and personal attributes that make you attractive to an employer. This MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) has nearly 50,000 enrolled, and will take you about 1-2hrs a week for 7wks...and it's free! To learn more, click here.

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Career Development Daily News Fix: Tuesday Feb 9 (Posted: 09/02/2021)

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  • Yrs 9-12: New RMIT Bachelor of Business Innovation and Enterprise - Right now, business is changing exponentially. Disruption is the new normal, and businesses are under intense pressure to embrace digital transformation, new ways of working and to leverage opportunities to provide an outstanding customer experience in a new globalised economy. This year, RMIT introduced a degree in business innovation and enterprise aimed at preparing students to develop skills in preparation for careers that may only just be emerging. This degree is both multi-disciplinary and flexible, allowing students to develop their own capabilities in preparation for a career as a business professional linked to technology. Students will be able to build their own degree by choosing specialisations or continuing to develop breadth across the disciplines as the degree progresses. Major studies on offer for specialisation include: Artificial intelligence, Blockchain technologies, Critical and design thinking, Cybersecurity, Decision making, Digital business, Global and remote leadership, International business, Legal business/Digital contexts, Professional capability development, Project management, Social enterprises, Stakeholder relationship development. Find out more about the Bachelor of Business Innovation and Enterprise by clicking here.

  • 15yrs & above: Defence Work Experience - The Defence Work Experience Program is pleased to advise that they are undertaking planning for activities to take place in 2021. Defence is committed to providing a national work experience program designed to demonstrate the wide variety of interesting careers available within Defence, ease the transition of students into the workplace; and contribute to the development of the skills of young Australians. As placements are planned and confirmed, they will be advertised through the “Placements” tab. Please note that Sirius College will not approve any requests for placements in Semester 1; Semester 2 placements can be applied for at this stage, but are subject to college COVIDSafe plans. To learn about the opportunities available through the Defence Work Experience program, click here

 

  • Yr10 (EMC, MFC & KBC) & Yr12: Last Roll Call question submission - The Last Roll Call is the annual Sirius College event wherein recent alumni come back to share what steps they've decided to take. Whether they go into further education, training, travel or work, they have all made decisions about their future. This year, it will be held next Thursday February 11. This event features a panel of three alumni (2010, 2015 and 2020) who will answer questions asked by Sirius College students. You can click here to anonymously submit questions you would like the alumni to answer. Examples: "What's the best way to do well in English?", "How do you manage stress?" or other questions. For more information on this year's event, click here.

  • Yrs 9-12: Chiropractic, Osteopathy & Remedial Massage Courses in 2021 - According to the Good Universities Guide, Chiropractors diagnose and treat health problems related to the nervous, muscular and skeletal systems, particularly the spine, without the use of drugs or surgery. They adjust patients' spine or other joints to correct joint dysfunctions interfering with proper nervous system control and integration of body function. Osteopaths diagnose, treat and provide preventative advice about disorders that affect the body's musculoskeletal system, using manual techniques to alleviate stresses and dysfunction to improve the body's function. They treat patients using a variety of manual techniques, such as soft tissue stretching, muscle relaxation, gentle mobilisation or manipulation. Massage Therapists assess and treat the soft tissue of the body for therapeutic purposes.They administer treatments to promote relaxation, improve blood circulation and relieve muscle tension. There are courses in Victoria that prepare students for careers in these three disciplines, and some of these are listed below. For a comprehensive list of these offered by all institutions, as well as similar courses, browse VTAC.

    • INSTITUTION COURSE VCE REQUIREMENTS ATAR 2021
      Chisholm TAFE Remedial Massage Satisfactory completion of a Year 12 n/a
      RMIT Chiropractic Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or at least 25 in English other than EAL. 60.90
      Osteopathy Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or at least 25 in English other than EAL. 60.60
      Remedial Massage and Myotherapy Satisfactory completion of a Year 12 n/a
      Victoria University Osteopathy Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in English (EAL) or at least 20 in English other than EAL; Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 20 in one of Biology, Chemistry, any Mathematics or Physics. 60.65
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Career Development Daily News Fix: Monday Feb 8 (Posted: 08/02/2021)

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  • Yrs 9-12: Tertiary education terminology - 'Major', 'minor', 'CSP', 'transcript', 'credit', 'VET FEE-HELP', 'bridging course' - there's a lot of different jargon that exists in the tertiary education sector. If you're looking to go into university after school, and you're therefore doing your research now on what options are best for you, it's best you be fully aware of what the language of the tertiary sector is, and what it all means. To understand what these terms above mean, and a whole bunch more, click here.
 
  • Yrs 10-12: New Deakin Commerce/Communication Double Degrees - The Deakin Business School have introduced a new double degree in collaboration with the School of Communication and Creative Arts, the Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Communication. The 4yr combined degree will allow students to study the Bachelor of Commerce, alongside the Bachelor of Communications. Students can choose from a wide variety of Commerce specialisations in Accounting, Economics, Finance, Financial Planning, Marketing, Management or Human Resources, while completing a Communications specialisation in either Advertising, Digital Media, Journalism or Public Relations. In a jobs market which requires diversity, these new combined degrees offer a myriad of career outcomes, as well as job opportunities in related fields such as Marketing and Communications. The Bachelor of Communication has four versions:
    • Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Communications (Advertising) - Click here
    • Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Communications (Digital Media) - Click here
    • Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Communication (Journalism) - Click here
    • Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Communication (Public Relations) - Click here
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  • Yr10 (EMC, MFC & KBC) & Yr12: Last Roll Call question submission - The Last Roll Call is the annual Sirius College event wherein recent alumni come back to share what steps they've decided to take. Whether they go into further education, training, travel or work, they have all made decisions about their future. This year, it will be held next Thursday February 11. This event features a panel of three alumni (2010, 2015 and 2020) who will answer questions asked by Sirius College students. You can click here to anonymously submit questions you would like the alumni to answer. Examples: "What's the best way to do well in English?", "How do you manage stress?" or other questions. For more information on this year's event, click here.
  • Yrs 9-12: Job Outlook Occupation Skills Spider Web - This really useful interactive visualisation tool shows the skill levels of 12 common skills needed for various jobs (problem solving, working with the public, using computers, being physically active etc.). The skills 'spider web' can help you understand the skills you need for the career options you're considering. This is a remarkable resource, and one that, more than many others, really displays what you need to develop to move towards the future you want! With more than 1,000 different career options available to research, there's a good chance you'll find what you're thinking about for your future on here! Just type your career ambition in, and see! To access this fantastic resource, click here (the spider web below is for "Secondary School Teachers").
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Career Development Daily News Fix: Friday Feb 5 (Posted: 05/02/2021)

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  • Yr10 (EMC, MFC & KBC) & Yr12: Last Roll Call question submission - The Last Roll Call is the annual Sirius College event wherein recent alumni come back to share what steps they've decided to take. Whether they go into further education, training, travel or work, they have all made decisions about their future. This year, it will be held next Thursday February 11. This event features a panel of three alumni (2010, 2015 and 2020) who will answer questions asked by Sirius College students. You can click here to anonymously submit questions you would like the alumni to answer. Examples: "What's the best way to do well in English?", "How do you manage stress?" or other questions. For more information on this year's event, click here.
  • Yrs 10-12: Next Step Forum: Success Edition - Take the next step to success. Join the Islamic Museum of Australia for the Muslim Youth Network's Next Step Forum. The special guest speakers will guide you to success. Discover tips and tricks on how to secure a job with an outstanding job application and plan your financial future from Rima El-Khub (People Business Partner, Metro Trains Melbourne, and University of Melbourne lecturer). After the economic challenges faced from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, get some smart tips in the way you acquire and spend money from Moustafa Fahour OAM (Founder and Director, Islamic Museum of Australia). This opportunity is also on next Thursday February 11, at 5pm via Zoom. For more information & to register, click here.
 
  • Yr12: National Careers Institute 'School Leavers Information Kit' - As you prepare to finish your final year of school, the next phase of your journey will be full of interesting and exciting opportunities. You will discover new passions and develop new skills and knowledge. We know that this transition can sometimes be challenging and the COVID-19 pandemic has presented some uncertainty. With changes to the education and workforce landscape, you might be wondering if your planned decisions are still a good option or what new alternatives are available and how to pursue them. There are lots of options for education, training and work to help you further your career. This information kit has been designed by the Australian Government's 'National Careers Institute' to help you understand what those options might be and assist you to choose the right one for you. To download, click here.
 
 
 

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Career Development Daily News Fix: Thursday Feb 4 (Posted: 04/02/2021)

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  • 15yrs & above: Support from parents - If you want to get a part-time job, but your parents are worried that it will have a bad effect on your school report, how do you respond to that? Well, do you know that there's an Australian study that actually shows that working 10hrs a week while at school has no negative effect to your academic achievement? In fact, it could actually be of benefit to have a part-time job & be at school at the same time! If you want to show your parents the short version of this research, click here. For the full research article from the Australian Council for Educational Research, click here.
  • 15yrs & above: The job hunting process - Do you even know what the process is, from identifying a possible job opportunity, to hearing "You're hired" from your new employer? Fear not, as we've made a really easy-to understand flowchart of the job hunting process from start to finish. How to find opportunities, how to apply, how to prepare for your interview, what to do after your interview, and more! This will demystify the entire job hunting maze for you! To download a copy, click here.

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Career Development Daily News Fix: Wednesday Feb 3 (Posted: 03/02/2021)

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  • Yr12: Tuckwell Scholarship 2022 - Australian National University (ANU) launched the Tuckwell Scholarship Program in 2013. A Tuckwell is not just about your intellect. It is also about your desire and determination to use your natural abilities to realise your full potential so that you can make a difference in the world. Scholarships are awarded based on four criteria: academic potential and achievements to date, other significant achievements to date (of any type) demonstration of the attributes of a Tuckwell Scholar (click here to learn about these), and a desire to eventually give back to Australia.
    Tuckwell Scholar students will receive $22,200 per annum (2020 rate, increasing with inflation) for each year of their degree (up to 5yrs) to cover on-campus residential costs/books/general living expenses, priority access guaranteed to ANU-approved student accommodation, an annual allowance of up to $2,000 to assist with their move to Canberra and to support two annual return journeys (e.g., airfares) between their home and the University for each year of their degree, a domestic economy return airfare (or other transport costs) for their parents to visit at the start of the program, and an ANU Fitness Centre membership for the length of their degree.
    Specific details regarding how to apply for a Tuckwell Scholarship to commence study at ANU in 2022 will be available in March, but to learn more now, click here.
  • Yrs 10-12: Federation University VIP tour - A Fed Uni VIP tour is your opportunity to explore the services and facilities at your preferred Federation University campus (Berwick, Ballarat or Gippsland). The expert staff will take you on a guided tour tailored to your interest area and provide personalised application advice. Fed Uni know hands-on learning is vital in ensuring you graduate job-ready education, that's why they’re committed to developing programs that blend academic knowledge with practical experience. During the tour, you can visit their learning spaces, including labs, clinics, and simulation spaces. You will get a sense of the community atmosphere at their campuses as you visit their support services, 24-hour study labs and leisure spaces. If you are relocating, you can explore your accommodation options. Fed Uni staff assist with any questions you have about local services and activities. Choosing Federation means you'll be studying with Victoria's #1 rated university for student support, teaching quality, graduate full-time employment and graduate starting salary (Good Universities Guide 2021). For more information & to book, click here.
  • Yr11: Swinburne University Early Leaders Program - Build the confidence, skills and network you need to transition to university with ease. The Early Leaders Program is all about preparing you for your future, regardless if Swinburne University is on your radar or not. Swinburne's Early Leaders Program allows you to explore your interests, hone your strengths, get clarity on your passions, and put some shine on your CV. You’ll gain valuable skills in academic writing, creativity, job readiness and community development. There are a number of activities offered on campus, but you can also choose to complete the entire program online at your own pace - just as long as you finish by early October. If you are interested in Swinburne University in 2023, completing this program will provide you with a positive ATAR adjustment for your Swinburne applications in 2022! Expressions of interest are now open; to learn more & complete the EOI form, click here.

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Career Development Daily News Fix: Friday Feb 2 (Posted: 02/02/2021)

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  • Yrs 9-12: Tax File Number (TFN) - Any student will need a Tax File Number if he/she starts work (casual, part-time and full-time) and all students planning on tertiary education (TAFE, uni etc.) require one when they start. Importantly, current Year 12 students are reminded that they cannot enrol in a CSP (Commonwealth Support Place) course at university without a TFN (i.e. No HECS-HELP debt allowed & you'll need to pay upfront!), so it is worthwhile getting an application submitted early! Students must apply for a TFN online and have their identity verified through an interview at a participating Australia Post office. To find out more, including how to apply for your TFN, click here.

  • Yr12: The Uni of Melb Hansen Scholarship Program - Twenty exceptional students from around Australia will be chosen for the University of Melbourne's most generous scholarship, starting their undergraduate studies at Melbourne in 2022. The program brings together an unrivaled package of benefits for high-achieving students who may otherwise struggle financially to access higher education. It offers free accommodation, living allowances (ie. a salary!), funds for an international exchange, internship or voluntary opportunity, plus a tailored development program including academic orientation, study skills, mentoring and cultural activities. Applications for this incredible scholarship will open this Saturday February 6, and close just over a month after. For more information on this scholarship, including how to apply for it, click here.
  • Yr12: University Clinical Aptitude Test - The University Clinical Aptitude Test (UCAT) is an admissions test used by the UCAT ANZ Consortium of universities in Australia and New Zealand for their medical, dental, and clinical science degree programs. Universities requiring the UCAT can be accessed by clicking here (only 1 undergraduate degree in Victoria needs it).  Students intending to apply for courses requiring the UCAT at any of these universities are reminded that they will need to book a test. Bookings will open on March 1, and close on May 17.  The testing dates will be from July 1 – August 11. Students who are preparing for entry into any of these courses are encouraged to familiarise themselves with the format of the test by clicking here and the practice tests and preparation material provided by clicking here. Find out more about UCAT by clicking here – AND DON’T WASTE YOUR MONEY ON “PREPARATION” COURSES. UCAT TESTS APTITUDES, NOT KNOWLEDGE. UCAT & MONASH UNI BOTH SAY IT’S A WASTE OF MONEY, SO WHY SECOND GUESS THEM?
  • Yrs 9-12: Cybersecurity Courses offered in Victoria in 2021 - One explanation for what cybersecurity might be is that cybersecurity is the protection of internet-connected systems, including hardware, software, and data, from cyberattacks. In a computing context, security comprises cybersecurity and physical security - both are used by enterprises to protect against unauthorised access to data centres and other computerised systems. Cybersecurity will be taught at a number of Victorian institutions in 2021 – either as a course in its own right, or as a major in another courses.  Below is a list of some of these, and you are encouraged to browse VTAC for a comprehensive list of all courses available.
    INSTITUTION COURSE NAME VCE PREREQs MAJOR STUDIES IN 2021
    Box Hill Institute Certificate IV in Cyber Security n/a, but must complete Year 12 Communication skills and problem solving, Cyber Security essentials, Firewall fundamentals, Incident response, Introduction to threat detection, Networking for Cyber Security technicians, Security Scripting, System Testing tools, Web site Penetration Testing.
    Deakin University Bachelor of Cyber Security Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in English (EAL) or at least 20 in English other than EAL. Access control, Computer and network security, Computing, Cryptography, Data analytics, Database, Digital forensics, Hi-tech crime, Identity management and authentication, Information and communication technology, Information technology, Internet and web, Internet technology and security, Internet-of-things security, Network management and network systems, Penetration testing, Privacy, Public-key cryptography, Security analytics, Security and management, Security and risk analysis, System and software vulnerabilities.
    Holmesglen Institute Advanced Diploma of Cyber Security n/a, but must complete Year 12 Australian cyber law, Cloud security, Data forensics, Data threat analysis, Developing risk mitigation policies, Firewall security, Network security, Risk Management, Risk analysis, Securing virtual environments, Strategies and policies.
    La Trobe Univesity Bachelor of Cybersecurity Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in English (EAL) or at least 20 in English other than EAL. Computer science, Cybersecurity Management, Information technology.
    Monash Univesity Bachelor of Applied Data Science Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 27 in English (EAL) or at least 25 in English other than EAL; Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in one of Maths: Mathematical Methods or Maths: Specialist Mathematics. Anatomy and developmental biology, Applied discrete mathematics, Astronomy, Biochemical science, Biological science and genetics, Biomedical science, Business analytics, Business information systems, Chemical sciences, Computer Science, Computer systems engineering, Crime and society, Cybersecurity, Data challenges, Data science, Digital humanities, Drugs and society, Earth and atmospheric sciences, Geography and the environment, Interactive media, Language and society, Marketing science, Mathematics, Microbiology, Mobile apps development, Modelling with differential equations, Molecular and cell biology, Pharmacology, Physics, Physiology, Social research, Software development, Statistical modelling.
    Swinburne University Cert IV in Cyber Security n/a, but must complete Year 12 Implement network security infrastructure, Test concepts and procedures, Utilise basic network concepts and protocols, Write script for software applications.
    Bachelor of Computer Science Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or at least 25 in English other than EAL; Units 1 to 4: satisfactory completion in two units (any study combination) of any Mathematics. Cybersecurity, Data science, Games development, Internet of Things, Network design, Software design, Software development.
 

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Career Development Daily News Fix: Monday Feb 1 (Posted: 01/02/2021)

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Welcome back to what will hopefully be a successful, enjoyable AND NON-LOCKED DOWN new school year! A new year is a new chance for you to take control of your future, and we're here to support you with that, no matter where you are in your own individual career development:

Tomorrow, we'll begin with information that's already been sent to the Career Development Department (eg. the most generous scholarship that the University of Melbourne has, which opens in a few days...). However, a refresher/reminder today on some of the most popular & important resources already available for you, all through our own Career Development-specific website, siriuscollegecareers.com

  • Student Secure Area: An space specifically for you to save information, guide your own post-school options research, create your resume/CV, undertake self-reflection tasks if you're not sure yet what might work for you, build your Career Development-specific knowledge, and more. Every student who was a secondary student of Sirius College in 2020 has access to this area (click the orange 'Student Area' tab on the right of any page; see image below); your default account is your school eMail (SEQTAnumber@sc.vic.edu.au) and the password 'password1234'. We recommend you change both of these to something that suits you. Any issues getting in, speak to your Career Dev. Practitioner.

  • University & TAFE information: Guides, resources, Open Day information, career options, early entry schemes, locations - all the digital data you need when deciding on your post-school education options. Constantly updated as new information is available. And more than just from Victorian universities as well. Find these under 'Post School Options'.

 

  • ComparEd: "What's the best university for ........?" We're not answering that, but we can tell you what thousands of current & recently graduated students say. Just use ComparEd, the Australian Government's unbiased & trusted resource to help see what universities are good & great in specific areas. Find these on the homepage of siriuscollegecareers.com.

  • Morrisby Online: One of the world's most powerful, accurate & effective resources to help you determine both career options that work for you, as well as how to get there from school. Year 9, you'll get access to this amazing resource later this year. Years 10 & 11, you already have this up your sleeve, and if you want to have another go of it to update the information provided (which you really should consider!), just let your Career Dev. Practitioner know. Year 12, many of you have used this, and it's still available for you if you wish; speak to your Career Dev. Practitioner for more information. Access to Morrisby Online is under 'For Students'.

 

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