Who is the program for?
Designed in partnership with the Careers Education Association of Victoria and the Civil Contractors Federation of Victoria, the program is an opportunity for school career practitioners and students in Years 7 to 10 to:
- discover careers that exist within the civil construction industry
- explore career pathways into industry
- understand the role of key employability skills.
Year 9 and 10 students can also participate in our coordinated Industry Work Experience Program.
The MRPV Careers in Civil Construction – School to Industry Pathways Program has four components targeting career practitioners and students to increase awareness and pathways into industry.
Careers in Civil Showcase for students
A short, 1 hour interactive session delivered in schools and online that showcases the range of careers that exist within the civil construction industry and career pathways into industry. The session also covers the importance of key employability skills.
School Career Practitioner Industry Briefings
Specifically targeting career practitioners and others who support secondary school students to plan their career, further education and employment choices, this short 1 hour online session explains the civil construction industry, the breadth of roles and occupations and training pathways into industry.
Career Practitioner Industry Experience Day
The Industry Experience Day provides career practitioners with first-hand insights into a civil construction workplace and the range of roles it takes to build roads and bridges, through a site tour on one of our projects. This event is delivered pending COVID-19 restrictions.
Industry Work Experience Program
The Industry Work Experience Program provides students with experience in a real-world civil construction workplace with structured learning and industry experience activities.
This program is run by Major Road Projects Victoria – a project office of Major Transport Infrastructure Authority delivering Victoria's Big Build.