About My Career Coach
Become an accredited leader and access all the resources you need to take young people on a journey of self discovery where they will create a Who Am I? personal profile and design an inspiring life and career pathway plan that matches who they are and what is important to them. Their plans can then be used as a focus for all your ongoing career coaching conversations.
My Career Coach comes with up to 30 hours of curriculum that you can deliver face to face in groups, one to one or online via the My Career Coach portal straight away.
What is included?
Leader Accreditation Training
You will be taken through the program and all the resources, so you can confidently deliver My Career Coach in groups, one to one and online.
Choose your training option:
1.Access online self-paced training videos instantly.
2. Register for a 1/2 day live online workshop (victorian time)
Friday 12th August, 12 – 4 pm
Tuesday 6th Sept, 12 – 4 pm
Wednesday 19th October, 12 – 4 pm
Thursday 17th November, 12 – 4 pm
Thursday 7th December, 12 – 4 pm
3. Organise training for your team either online or a face to face workshop. (for Australia only)
Plus a leader toolkit to coach online or offline in groups or one to one!
1 x My Life Coach seat
Slideshows for groups & 1:1
Qualities Coaching E-Cards
Life Motivator E-Cards
Interests Coaching E-Cards
Lifestyle Coaching E-Cards
Workstyle Coaching E-Cards
LifeType Coaching E-Cards
Guide young people through the 5 P.O.W.E.R coaching steps
to design their own life and career pathway plan from the inside-out!
Deliver in groups one to one or online via the My Career Coach Portal
Step 1. P = Imagine Possibilities for life and work
The key to life and career planning is self-awareness. So to begin their journey, participants will get to explore their natural strengths and gifts by completing their own “Who am I?” personal profile. The ability to identify their true self will help them imagine possibilities for the life they would love to live and the type of work they would find fulfilling.
Step 2. O = Become Organised and make a plan
Step 3. W = Develop Willpower to stay motivated
In order to be successful it is important to have the motivation. Young people will get to consider the costs and benefits of achieving their goals and determine if they are worth striving for. This process serves as a reality check, with a focus on building the commitment, ownership and motivation they need to be successful.
Step 4. E = Build Emotional skills to be your best.
They will learn “can-do” and “can’t do” attitudes and how beliefs can impact on the resilience and persistence they will need to overcome obstacles along the way. They will also identify the team of people who will support them with their plan on an ongoing basis.
Step 5. R = Achieve Results by taking action
Young people will finish their plan, by establishing two S.M.A.R.T steps they will immediately take. This allows them to experience success quickly and build their confidence and sense of agency in implementing goals on an ongoing basis. They will design a personal motto to keep them motivated and on track.
Their plans are then used as a guide for all ongoing coaching conversations and can be reviewed and reset on an ongoing basis.
The Career Module has been mapped against the…
Australian Blue Print for Career Development (ABCD)
Australian National Curriculum Framework
Victorian Curriculum Framework
Personal Learning Plan – PLP in South Australia
Australian Teachers Standards
Is an endorsed program in the Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE)
The USA – ASCA National Standards
What people are saying
Garry Gilfoy, Counselling & Career Development Lecturer, TAFE SA
Dr. Peter Carey, Former, Learning and Teaching Consultant, Catholic Education Department, Western Australia & CDAA National President.
Sienna and Eliza
Some organisations we have recently trained
To promote good practice, please note that you are advised to use the CYPFS program materials within the boundaries of your professional expertise.