In-depth career orientation
Students with learning difficulties or disabilities require special support in the transition from school to job. They are particularly at risk of unemployment and often cannot find a suitable training position.
An important prerequisite for a successful start to working life is the deepest and most comprehensive career guidance possible, in order to reconcile career aspirations and training opportunities. The career choice phase sets an important course for the future and personal career and development opportunities of the young students.
The 8th grade students at the special school often come into contact with the working world for the first time through an internship. During the internship, many questions arise and there is uncertainty about which job will be the right one later on.
The in-depth career orientation offers the students support at exactly this interface through information, discussions and training.
The in-depth career orientation is characterized by targeted support for the student. The future of a student from a special school depends essentially
- on his individual resources
- on his own activities
- on the ability to effectively use his own resources and the necessary outside help to achieve his personal goals
- on whether important reference persons in the family, school and in other "responsible institutions" respond individually to the young person, support him and use suitable methods and instruments.
The aim is to awaken and clarify the above-mentioned resources in the student, to promote meaningful activities, to use skills and to effectively involve the student's entire environment.
- job application training
- teaching key skills
- motivation training
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