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PLP - Personal Learning Plan  

The Personal Learning Plan (PLP) is a compulsory subject at Stage 1, normally undertaken at Year 10. The PLP helps students to plan for their future and assists them in choosing the subjects they will study in Years 11 and 12.
Last Updated: Sep 6, 2016 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

Personal Learning Plan Print Page

Referencing-ORG & 'In-text' Referencing

Use the following link to reference your sources of information correctly.

The 'Senior Bibliography' section displays 'in-text' referencing examples.

If accessing off site you will need to enter the password.

Available on your handout or at R:  Shortcuts folder - Library Resources - Library links &  Passwords.pdf

ALSO use the notes you take during your library referencing session and check out our 'Referencing' Libguide page.


Work, Health & Safety Online Activites

Part 2: Safety in the Workplace

Visit -

Complete the related tasks and activites including - 'Safety Check', 'Hunt the Hazards', 'Virtual Hotel', 'Virtual Office' & 'Virtual Supermarket'.


ClickView & AccessIT

    ClickView has the following videos

Ace Day Jobs

Making Great Career Choices

Are You Job Ready?

Careers in Biology

Career Pathways in Building

Powerful Resumes

Workplace Health & Safety.

Open ClickView Player from a curriculum desktop and search by title in the search tab or use 'career' or 'workplace' as your keyword.

Don't forget to search the AccessIT library catalogue for DVDs such as:

Resumes That Get Shortlisted

What Employers Really Want

Interview Skills That Win The Job

Communication in the Workplace


Equipd Magazine

Have you got your copy of Equipd 2016?

Your Home Group teacher has a copy for you!

Equipd contains valuable information about career choices, subject choices, training etc.

It is published specifically for Year 10 students completing the PLP.


Personal Learning Plan - Task 3: Work Preparation

Part 1 - Career Research (800 words)

Task 3: Work Preparation Assignment sheet - pdf.


Online Resources

The following online source will prove to be very helpful in completing your Work Preparation research.

Click on the linked image to take you to the relevant site.

Myfuture is Australia's national career information and exploration service, helping people to make career decisions, plan career pathways and manage work transitions.

On the myfuture website you'll find:

  • a career exploration tool, My Career Profile, that you can personalise to help you choose a career direction and plan your future
  • detailed career information, for example, about occupations, industries, education and training providers, courses and programmes
  • information about choosing school subjects, getting a job, starting your own business, working overseas 
  • ideas about developing your career, changing jobs, starting your own business
  • links to helpful websites at all stages.


Career FAQs - Books in the tub!

Careers FAQs books give the inside story on just about any job you can imagine!

In each book, employees, employers, recruiters and industry experts tell their stories - so you can really tell if this is the right career for you.

Currently in the library we have 37 Career FAQs titles.

A selection are below - (click on the book title link to take you to the Career FAQs website)

Cover Art
Building & Construction - Greg McNevin
Call Number: 690 McN
ISBN: 1921106182

Cover Art
Nursing - Career FAQs - Claire Buckis
Call Number: 610.7306 BUC
ISBN: 1921106115

Cover Art
Entertainment - Louise Weihart
Call Number: 331.7 WEI


Rural Career Guide

The Rural Career Guide is a new resource collated by Rural Skills Australia.

The Rural Career Guide is a combined resource for students and job seekers, new entrants to the industry, parents and educators, counsellors and employers. It features career descriptions, interactive displays, education and training options to highlight career pathways in rural and related industries.

Featured careers include: bee keeper, horse breeder, cotton farmer, crop scientist & piggery manager to list a few!

Access the new site by clicking on the linked image below.


Further Online Resources

Career FAQs offers an extensive range of valuable online career resources to help you navigate your way towards your professional career goals.

My Career features resume advice, job interview hints and graduate job advice plus lots of other relevant information.


Rules for writing a Resume or Curriculum Vitae

SkillsRoad - Australia's Number 1 Destination for Career Advice


Skills for All - Apprenticeships & Traineeships - South Aust.


University and Further Education Sites

Universities - South Australia

  • The University of Adelaide
  • Flinders University
  • University of South Australia
  • Tabor Adelaide College

The University of Adelaide

Student Centre, The University of Adelaide
T: (08) 8303 7335 or 1800 061 459 (FREECALL)

North Terrace Campus
North Tce Adelaide SA 5005

Roseworthy Campus
Roseworthy SA 5371

Thebarton Campus
35-37 Stirling St Thebarton SA 5031

Waite Campus
PMB 1 Glen Osmond SA 5064

 Flinders University

Sturt Rd Bedford Park SA 5042
T: (08) 8201 3074 or 1300 657 671

University of South Australia

101 Currie St Adelaide SA 5001
T: (08) 8302 2376 or 1300 864 669

City East Campus
Frome Rd Adelaide SA 5000

City West Campus
North Tce Adelaide SA 5000

Magill Campus
St Bernards Rd Magill SA 5072

Mawson Lakes Campus
Mawson Lakes Blvd Mawson Lakes SA 5095

Mount Gambier Regional Centre
Wireless Rd West Mount Gambier SA 5290

Whyalla Campus
Nicolson Ave Whyalla Norrie SA 5608

Tabor Adelaide College

181 Goodwood Rd Millswood SA 5034
T: (08) 8373 8777

TAFE Sites - South Australia

For a full list of Tafe sites in SA including Regional Centres please see the Job Guide link.

Australia wide Universities and places of further education are also available on the Job Guide website.


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