Preparing students to follow their chosen pathways in life
What is the Career Programme?
The CP is designed for students aged 17 to 19. It combines academic rigour with practical study; and develops skills and competencies required for life-long learning. With a CP Diploma, you can access further education, apprenticeships and employment in areas such as business, IT, health care, sports and many others. Skills including critical thinking, communication and personal development remain an important focus of the CP.
The Career-related Programme Curriculum
The Career Programme (CP) allows students to combine their academic subjects with their non-academic interests and skills, while allowing access further education, apprenticeships and employment in areas such as business, IT, health care, sports and many others.
Personal and professional skills courses promote creative thinking techniques, so students can explore and apply their creativity in innovative ways. The CP provides the core 6 subjects to choose from.
About the Career Programme
The CP is the ideal study for students looking to pursue a range of pathways
Pursue Multiple Career Options
Combine academic subjects with vocational interests and skills
Become An Independent Learner
Includes a reflective project, where students learn how to research subjects and explore multiple sources of information
Build Connections & Networks
Collaborative projects allow students to build friendships as well as long-lasting working relationships
Career Programme Subject Groups
The CP consists of six subject groups: language acquisition, language and literature, individuals and societies, sciences, mathematics, and the arts
The acquisition and use of language in a range of contexts and for different purposes, while promoting an understanding of other cultures
Through studies in language and literature, the DP aims to develop a student’s lifelong interest in language and literature, and a love for the elegance and richness of human expression
Fosters the capacity to identify, analyse and evaluate theories, concepts and arguments relating to the nature and activities of individuals and societies
Students explore the concepts, theories, models and techniques that underpin each subject area and develop their understanding of the scientific method
Fosters critical, reflective and informed practice, helps students understand the dynamic nature of the arts, and express themselves with confidence