Career Guidance Workshops

The workshop is a general programme providing a broad overview of the numerous career options available to students of every stream, with an introduction to career planning. The inter-active workshop, using audio-visual aids, assists students in identifying career options and appropriate higher education routes for each, thus enabling them determine the steps they need to take to equip themselves for the world of work.

  1. General workshop for students and  Parents
  2. Career Planning workshop for class IX and X ( selecting subject streams)
  3. Career Planning workshop for class XI and XII (selecting study options after school)
  4. Career Planning Workshop for college students
  5. Workshop for School Counsellors

General Workshop for students and Parents

This workshop is an introductory programme to career planning, its importance and methodology.  It follows a broad overview of various career options available to students of every stream.

The workshop will expose students to opportunities in a range of professional fields from fashion designing, law and hotel management to business management, bio-technology and environmental sciences, covering not only the more conventional careers such as the civil services, law, engineering and medicine, as well as a host of new options in event management, modelling, mobile apps design, film animation, music technology, web design, fashion merchandising, social media marketing and many others.
This is an interactive workshop, using audio-visual aids, which assists students in identifying career options and appropriate higher education routes.

During the question and answer sessions, students and their parents can put forward any question they may have on the different options available, as also on the most suitable institutions for study in India and abroad and the job opportunities thereafter.

Career Planning Workshop for Class IX and X

How do you select the subject streams for the +2? This is the first step to making a career decision. The selection of a particular stream, affects the choice of a career. The subjects you study in Classes 11 and 12 lay the foundation for your choice of subjects in college. So the focus of this workshop is to create an  awareness amongst students of the process of career planning, and to help them explore the hundreds of exciting career possibilities from the different subject streams.

Career Planning Workshop for Class XI and XII

The focus of this workshop is to assist students in identifying higher education options open to students of each subject stream, the institutions offering these courses and the steps they need to take to equip themselves for the world of work.

Career Planning Workshop for college students

The focus of this workshop is to expose students to the job market and the new and exciting upcoming careers they can pursue. It will assist them in identifying career options after graduation and the appropriate higher education routes to each. This will enable them to map out their career plans, determine the higher educational courses they should consider, and to develop the necessary job skills that employers will look for. 

Workshop for School Counsellors

The objective of this workshop is to enable school counselors to prepare today’s youth for tomorrow’s careers. Choosing a career is not a one-size-fits-all proposition. It is therefore important for students to explore the many career opportunities available so to enable them make informed career decisions. Through an understanding of the importance of career planning, school counselors can help students assess their talents, develop relevant skills and expand career options. Career guidance can improve the performance of students to a great extent, so as to enable them to grow physically, mentally and emotionally with the knowledge, motivation and freedom to make intelligent career choices.
The Group workshop for counsellors includes:

  • Importance of Career Counselling
  • Stages for implementing Career Counselling in schools
  • Linking education with the realities of work
  • The world of work