Matching talents and interests with future pathway options, Bulls-Eye empowers young people to explore future pathways and make informed career decisions.
How It Works
In Australia Bulls-Eye can be used as a standalone programme or as an integrated part of the Career Central programme. Both options are provided on the Career Central platform with access to the Bulls-Eye module via the dashboard.
Bulls-Eye combines traditional career theory with up to date research on the future of work and occupational demand in online quiz-style format.
Work Clusters Quiz
The Work Clusters Quiz utilises the research of Dr John Holland, and, the Foundation for Young Australians (FYA) occupational cluster framework to identify broad career clusters for students that align with their preferences and interests. This is a short assessment (five to ten minutes to complete) with simple language and visual elements. Designed and developed in 2019, this quiz is suitable for junior students, or, students with English as a second language,
Future Pathways Assesment
The Future Pathways Assessment (FPA) is a deeper occupational assessment that provides students with ranked results against 27 pathways, as well as access to study and qualifications information, pathway research, and, extensive job data. The ANZSCO database and occupational demand data underpin the design. Suitable for capable students from Y9 to Y12, this assessment takes 15-20 minutes to complete.
Vocational Pathways Assesment
The Vocational Pathways Assessment (VPA) is a modified version of the FPA. This assessment utilises the same research base and occupational framework but results are focused on non-university pathways, job samples, and, vocational training options. The VPA is a great assessment to use with senior students who do not plan to pursue a university pathway when they leave school.
How Bulls-Eye Can Help Students
Bulls-Eye encourages young people to reflect on, and, rate their interest in a wide range of job-related tasks.
- Identification of future pathways that most closely match their interests;
- Access to detailed information on a wide range of future pathways, enabling young people to broaden their understanding of the options available, and, make more informed future pathway decisions;
- Access to information to support informed subject selection at school;
- Access to information on a wide variety of education and training options;
- Access to interesting resources and links to build their future pathway knowledge;
- Action plan ideas to support exploration, skill development and aid decision making.