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Workplace Practices

Students develop knowledge, skills, and understanding of the nature, type and structure of the workplace. They learn about the value of unpaid work to society, future trends in the world of work, workers' rights and responsibilities and career planning.

Students can undertake learning in the workplace and develop and reflect on their capabilities, interests, and aspirations. The subject may include the undertaking of vocational education and training (VET) as provided under the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF).

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Subject codes

Stage 1
Subject Credits Code
Workplace Practices 10 1WPS10
Workplace Practices 20 1WPS20
Stage 2
Subject Credits Code
Workplace Practices A 10 2WPA10
Workplace Practices B 10 2WPB10
Workplace Practices 20 2WPC20

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Contact

Roanne Berekmeri

SACE Officer — Curriculum and Assessment
+61 8 8115 4785
roanne.berekmeri@sa.gov.au