Career Development 11

Course Outline

Career Development 11 is a half-credit course designed to assist students in further refining their understanding of the world of work and to help them make realistic career and education plans based on solid knowledge of themselves, their skills, and their interests. This course further develops concepts found in Career Development 10, recognizing that many students will bring real work experiences to the course. Students will examine, for example, roles and responsibilities of employers and employees, workplace ethics, norms, and issues.

Career Development 11 can be offered in all high schools. This is a compulsory course for students in the Options and Opportunities Program.

Modules include Career Awareness, Work Cultures, Financial Management, and Career/ Life Portfolio.

Career Development 11 may be offered along with Workplace Health and Safety 11, also a half-credit course, to facilitate scheduling. Workplace Health and Safety 11 is also a required course for students in the Options and Opportunities Program.


Updated August 24, 2021