Enterprise Activities

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Enterprise Activities
An enterprise is an activity or a project that produces services or product for others in the community.
Entrepreneurs are people who organise and manage an entreprise by opening up new employment possibilities.
Having enterprising or entrepreneurial attributes is also highly valued in some workplaces and industry sectors since it shows your ability to manage a whole aspect of a business,
for example an ability to run a small shop effectively will be a valuable attribute to be applied in bigger international scale enterprises.

There are several type of enterprises such as business enterprises (or often referred as small businesses), visible small business
(e.g. sport stores, computer games hire and sales, computer services, restaurants, bakeries, printers,hairdressing,salons, crash repairs, shops) ; franchises ; less visible small busineses
(e.g. self employed people such as plumbers, painters, cleaners, electricians, builders, computer technicians, dress makers, caterers, doctors, dentists, etc) and social enterprises (e.g community-based child care centres, health care centres, sport clubs).

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Life Roles

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Life Roles
You undertake many life roles during your career and some of them at the same time. These roles could be as a family member, a learner, a woker, a spouse/partner, a religous or spiritual participants, a leisure participant, a citizen and a friend which involve different set of attitudes, vaues, and skills.

Your responsibilities and associations change over time within each of these roles. Because of our different roles in the community, we may choose a career that will still suport the role. For examlpe, when a female teacher become a mother and decides not to teach at scholl, she can still become a teacher but doing it from home. So her teaching career from home suits her roles as a mother, too. When someone knows that one day she has to to play a certain role in life(i.e taking care his/her sick family) than careers that can be done from home will be best options.

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Work Experience…

It is usually for a short of time, and does not involve getting paid.  This is a step of readiness to start their career in the actual workforce. It usually places you in a certain area of work with a mentor to show you the work and give you feed back.
You gain the opportunity to learn, upgrade your skill and knowledge.  Work experience is an arrangement between you and an employer where you carry out task in the workplace, gaining experience in that area of work.

All practical work experience is very important to support our careers in the future. A work experience may offer valuable insights into, what a job involves:
structured, supervised, hands-on experience so you can assess whether the occupation is for you; understanding of the world of work; useful work skill which are recognised in the workplace; confidence in your ability to learn and gain further competencies; work or life skills like communicating effectively and working in the teams ; a chance to demonstrate your ability to contribute in a work environment and a current referee. Work experiences increases your network of employers and builds your understanding of the local workforce

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what is career?

A career is the sum total of paid and unpaid work, formal and informal,
this includes your self concept, interests, skill, knowledge, personality ethnicity, age, gender, ability, disability, health, beliefs, and sexual orientation.
This all is a learning and life roles you undertaker throughout your life.
The term career was traditionally associated with paid employment and referred to a single occupation.
In today’s world of work the term ‘career is seen as a continuous process of learning and development.
Contributions to a career can include: work experience, community involvement,employment, life roles, enterprise activities, cultural activities,training, education,interest, sport and volunteer work

As you gain more experience in the world of work and undertake a variety of life experiences, you are building your unique career path.
All life experiences, including paid work, sporting interests and managing a household should be drawn upon as evidence to a potential employer that you are the person for the job.
This refers to the oppurtunities or constraints caused.
As an adult, your career development becomes more intricate.
This Process sometimes creates conflict to different expectations from both parties.
Random and unpredictable events may also impact on your career.
Different sets of influences will be dominant at different stages in your life as you grow and develop as a person.

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This blog is a version english providing practical career guidance for student. This is blog can be used by school counsellors, students and parents to explore and discover future career options. Students can use this blog to learn about a range of career options and to gain an understanding of th skill, learning areas and a personal attributes required for particular careers. This blog can be used in the classroom with teachers and students for career counselling and also used by students at home with their parents. This is a method Study smart that we used to learn.
Education is a part of lifelong learning. Your career is likely to involve a combination of both formal and informal education. Altought a career doesn’t necessarily reflect our education still plays an important role in developing our ways of thinking and behaving as well as supplying us with basic knowledge.
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This blog is a version english providing practical career guidance for student. This is blog can be used by school counsellors, students and parents to explore and discover future career options. Students can use this blog to learn about a range of career options and to gain an understanding of th skill, learning areas and a personal attributes required for particular careers. This blog can be used in the classroom with teachers and students for career counselling and also used by students at home with their parents. This is a method Study smart that we used to learn.
Education is a part of lifelong learning. Your career is likely to involve a combination of both formal and informal education. Altought a career doesn’t necessarily reflect our education still plays an important role in developing our ways of thinking and behaving as well as supplying us with basic knowledge.
Study smart aims to respond to and reflect on current philosohies and theoreticl understanding underpinning career guidance practices. This is blog demonstrates that career is more than just a job, it include all the facets and roles in a individual’s life. It is never too early to start planning your future.