Job shadowing is essential when planning a career because it helps you to determine whether the job is the right fit for you.
Job shadowing is given at the end of the learner's course
We shall find a professional person in your area of study to work with you to help you develop your career.
Job shadowing shall give you a great experience in your field of study and you will truly enjoy the excitement and interaction that will witness while shadowing in your career.
Come prepared to merely observe and also be ready to work as well and make a review of your experiences with the person you are shadowing.
A learner shall complete at least two (2) sessions of job shadowing during his/her course.
- Discover what professionals experience during a typical workday through first-hand observation.
- Develop important skills by participating in job activities and meetings.
- Explore career path options that pertain directly to a specific academic area of interest.
- Connect with professionals in a particular field of study.
- Establish a network of connections in order to improve future employment prospects.
- Increase knowledge of industry trends.
- Understand the importance of developing strong business acumen.
Industrial training programs can be great options if you want marketable skills.
All students are required to complete eighteen (18) months of Industrial Training as a component of their qualification to qualify for a Diploma in their area of study. The Training should be concurrent with enrolment and is best accumulated at the end of the course. Industrial Training will be assessed as a compulsory component of the learner’s knowledge and skills
The aims of industrial training are to
develop an appreciation of the structure and operation of industrial organisations,
understand the role to be played and the industry
appreciate the importance of good communication and interpersonal skills, and to develop these skills,
appreciate the ethical basis of your career in the industry
You must arrange your own industrial training. To find employers who offer industrial training see, however the College assists learners in obtaining appropriate employers for this purpose
The requirements of Industrial training are:
The training must last at least 18 months
You must be paid for the training by the employer
For each period of training, you must submit an Industrial Training Certification form
When you have finished all of your industrial training, you must submit a report to the school office.
- describe the organisation tasks performed, and the extent to which you met the industrial training aims
- if your training spanned multiple organisations, then most of your report should focus on one, and briefly summarise (half a page to a page each) others.
- Submit a hardcopy to the school office
Submissions (form/report) must be made before certification
Industrial training must be completed before you can graduate