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ABOUT THE BLUEPRINT:

What are Career Management Competencies?

To do well in todays work environment, people need to be self-reliant managers of their own careers. As well as having the technical skills and abilities needed to work in a particular role, people also need the skills, knowledge and attitudes to make good career moves. The skills, knowledge, and attitudes people need to manage their own careers can be understood as a set of competencies that can be developed and strengthened over time. In an environment where people move frequently between obs, and between learning and work roles, they need knowledge about themselves, and the capacity to connect with others. They need to learn and e!perience the benefits of"

#uilding and maintaining a positive self concept Interacting positively and effectively with others, and $hanging and growing throughout life. To take advantage of possible options, people need the knowledge and skills to"

%articipate in life-long learning that is supportive of their career goals &ocate and effectively use career information, and 'nderstand the relationship between work, society and the economy. (ith interest and support from family members, friends, teachers, and career development practitioners, people can learn how best to"

)ecure*create and maintain work

+ake career enhancing decisions +aintain balanced life and work roles, and 'nderstand the changing nature of life and work roles. The career management skills, or competencies, are becoming increasingly important for success in any type of work environment. They can be learnt through formal career development programs in schools, or developed in a range of family, community and workplace environments. ,eveloping the eleven career management competencies of the Blueprint will"


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-elp young people to transition successfully to post secondary education and training or a ob after high school .ncourage all students to value learning by linking it to their hopes and dreams for the future,

-elp adults to transition successfully between learning and work roles that support their family and community responsibilities. $lick here to see how the // career management competencies fit within the Australian Blueprint for Career Development framework.

Area A" %ersonal +anagement Area #" &earning and (ork .!ploration Area $" $areer #uilding

THE FRAMEWORK:

The 11 competencies/ Career development, lifelong learning and life/work balance http:// www.blueprint.edu.au (Blueprint ustralia!
PERSONAL MANAGEMENT LEARNING AN' (OR) E*PLORATION %AREER B.IL'ING 2. Secu e3c eate and maintain "o 0 4. Ma0e ca ee en#ancin& decisions 5. Maintain /alanced life and "o 0 oles 16. .nde stand t#e c#an&in& natu e of life and "o 0 oles 11. .nde stand1 en&a&e in and mana&e t#e ca ee /uildin& p ocess 1. Build and maintain a positive self concept 2. Inte act positivel! and effectivel! "it# ot#e s $. %#an&e and & o" t# ou&#out life +. Pa ticipate in lifelon& lea nin& suppo tive of ca ee &oals ,. Locate and effectivel! use ca ee info mation -. .nde stand t#e elations#ip /et"een "o 01 societ! and t#e econom!

PERSONAL MANAGEMENT

1 Build and maintain a positive self concept 2 Inte act positivel! and effectivel! "it# ot#e s $ %#an&e and & o" t# ou&#out life

LEARNING AND WORK EXPLORATION

+ Pa ticipate in lifelon& lea nin& suppo tive of ca ee &oals , Locate and effectivel! use ca ee info mation .nde stand t#e elations#ip /et"een "o 01 societ! and t#e econom!

CAREER BUILDING

2 Secu e3c eate and maintain "o 0

4 Ma0e ca ee en#ancin& decisions 5 Maintain /alanced life and "o 0 oles 16 .nde stand t#e c#an&in& natu e of life and "o 0 oles 11 .nde stand1 en&a&e in and mana&e t#e ca ee /uildin& p ocess

The 11 Competencies The Competencies " # $hases The %earning Ta&onom' $erformance (ndicators and %ocal )tandards

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