Careers and Vocational Education
To assist students in their choice of courses and future careers, St Edward’s College has a full-time Careers Adviser and Vocation Education Co-ordinator working in career education.

The careers resource room is well equipped with various brochures and literature on careers, university courses, TAFE courses and private providers. There is also audio visual material and computers to enable electronic searching from various sources. The resource room is open during recess and lunch and students are able to gain access at these times. Individual appointments with the Careers Adviser can be arranged as needed.

Visits by Army, Navy, Airforce, Police and other workplace organisations are organised to give students exposure to first hand information. Students in Year 10 and Year 12 attend the Central Coast Careers Expo annually and are invited to attend the Central Coast Campus (University, TAFE, Community College) Open Day held mid-year.

Students studying a Vocational Education Program (VET Course) are required to undertake work placement in an industry setting. These placements are structured to provide students with experience and further training on the job.