PROGRAMS

Superskills
Modules

Our Superskills program offers a series of future-focussed modules for government secondary schools across the state without access to a Tech School, KIOSC, or the Science Gallery.

What are Superskills Modules?

Superskills are designed to be experienced as a series of live-online modules that support students to explore new industry sectors, connect them to different jobs of the future, and inspire them to engage with STEM-rich subjects and pathways.

 

We encourage teachers and students to identify modules that they would like to experience. A compulsory teacher Q&A session is held at the start of each school term to cover any material requirements, pre-learning activities, and post-activity learning suggestions.

Monash Tech School ran pilot feedback programs for its partner schools in 2021. We are expanding this offering to secondary schools in North-East Victoria without access to a Tech School via a participating LLEN in 2022-2023.

Module Summary 

An example summary video of our Automation Anomaly Analyst module. 

Summary videos for all modules are available upon request. 

Student Survey Results

Feedback from students who attended the pilot of our Superskills modules in Term 1 2022. 

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Programs run for 75 minutes and are delivered online via Zoom.

Government School Booking 

Superskills is funded by the Department of Education as part of Tech Schools Remote and Virtual Initiative.

 

Bookings must be made by a teacher and not the student’s parent or guardian. If you are a parent, please contact your school and speak to your child's classroom teacher to see if this program is suitable for your child's current learning level.

Teachers are to liaise with Monash Tech School to book into the modules. If sessions are available teachers will be provided with a password for Eventbrite where they can register students for their selected module. 

The Jobs of the Future on which these Superskills Modules are based were generated in a research project “100 Jobs of the Future” from Deakin and Griffith Universities, funded by Ford Australia: www.100jobsofthefuture.com