Why we organise Naviance Regional Institutes and why they are important according to one of our client outreach specialists.
Naviance by Hobsons will be attending the COBIS Annual Conference in London this year for the first time.
Hobsons conducted a survey of school counsellors and other educators to determine how students are being prepared for the changing economy. The results give a picture of tertiary and career preparation for students across Australia.
A recent report anticipates that Australian workforce dynamics will change significantly over the next 20 years. The report predicts changes in traditional employment models, greater entrepreneurial activity, and diversification into new industries across the country. Following this report, Hobsons conducted a survey of school counsellors and other educators to determine how students are being prepared for the changing economy. The results give a picture of tertiary and career preparation for students across Australia.
Students in Australia can now access the Naviance platform to identify tertiary and career opportunities at home and abroad.
Hobsons is sponsoring the annual EduTech conference in Brisbane on 30 May – 1 June.
Hobsons' Director, Higher Education Product and Service, APAC shares thoughts on launching Naviance in Australia.
As we introduce Naviance by Hobsons into Australia, a few schools that have been early-adopters are capitalising on the platform to assist their students to success. The schools range broadly in economic backdrop, objectives for implementing Naviance, and range of functionality currently implemented in each school.
We are excited to offer Naviance by Hobsons, a global postsecondary planning tool already used by 8 million students worldwide to explore in meaningful ways the connection between education and careers as they progress through school.
One only needs to pop the words “communicate”, “parents,” and “school” into a search engine to see the barrage of information and expert advice on the topic. Clearly, the one thing that cannot be disputed is that parents want more engagement with their child’s school. An array of research supports the notion that increased involvement from a child’s family can positively affect achievement, improvement, and overall experience at school.