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School-industry partnerships provide opportunities to extend and enrich the learning experiences of primary and secondary school teachers and students.
Partnership activities provide rich real world learning opportunities that spark curiosity, and increase engagement by opening up a range of experiences, including real world learning projects, mentoring programs, immersion experiences, design sprints and think tanks, and teacher professional learning.
Partnerships can range from individual schools working with a local business, to regional economic development ecosystems involving multiple schools and industry partners.
Virtual immersion and tour of Park Royal Hotel, Parramatta, incorporating:
Accenture collaborated with AISNSW and teachers to pilot a Tech Futures Virtual Seminar delivered by lead software engineers from Accenture’s software development teams.
AISNSW in collaboration with NSWRDN hosted a virtual industry insight session so that educators could gain insights into the challenges and opportunities that exist in the rural health field.
AISNSW and Spark Renewables collaborated to facilitate the design and delivery of an immersive site tour and Q&A panel with industry specialists in the renewable energy space.
AISNSW brokered a partnership with Loreto Normanhurst and eHealth NSW to raise awareness of emerging careers in the digital health field.
Trinity Anglican School collaborated with Albury City Council to design and deliver a career exploration experience for Year 10 Students.
Kids to Farms is a program aimed at increasing awareness in primary-school students about where our food and fibre comes from.
The AISNSW Consultant provided structure and shared resources to assist our understanding of partnerships and guide our discussion. They led the sessions with appropriate evidence to support the development of our work."
"I just think it is really important to expose students to the variety of opportunities available to broaden their understanding of the spectrum of career pathways."
"I learned new ways in approaching a business problem, identifying one's target audience, and methods of working towards finding and perfecting the business solution."
“… partnerships create opportunities for young Australians to connect with their communities, business and industry and support the development and wellbeing of young people and their families. These connections and associations can facilitate development, training and employment opportunities, promote a sense of responsible citizenship and encourage lifelong learning. These partnerships should aim to enhance learner engagement, progress and achievement.”