Careers Under Construction application

Section 1: School Information

Section 2: Teacher Information

Section 3: School Capability

The below are commitments for schools to participate in the Learning by Design program. Please read through and check the box to indicate your agreement.

The school agree to:

Provide at least one class of year 7 to 9 students

Nominate at least two teachers (up to 5) to participate (if not today, before the information session at the end of term 4)

Release the nominated teachers for 2 consecutive Professional Development Days in week 1 or 2 (TBC)

Ensure there are contingencies in place if nominated teachers depart prior or during the program

Ensure students have devices, laptops, or desktop computers to complete the Challenge Courses (Makers Empire app will need to be installed on these devices)

Engage and collaborate with industry to authenticate the program

Participate in the showcase event either in person, by video submission or online

Support the collection of data before, during and after the program from teachers and students

Acknowledge CITB doorways2construction on any promotional or marketing material including social media posts

Assist Makers Empire and CITB with the collection of data (e.g. surveys) before, during and after the program

Section 4 - Further Information

Industry Partners

Industry Partners are an important part of the Careers Under Construction Program.

The role of an industry partner is to assist schools to identify a construction related problem or challenge in a local context and impart their knowledge of industry and career pathways.

Program Pathways

Successful applicants will be notified of the funding approval and program acceptance on December 1, 2023.

Get the details

Learn more about the Careers Under Construction program, including eligibility requirements.