Australia's first evidence-informed and curriculum-aligned, combined careers education and social emotional learning program for Stage 3 & 4 students.

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Australia's first evidence-informed and curriculum-aligned combined career development and social emotional learning program for Stage 3 & 4.

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Posify Academy helps young teens to:

Empower your Students with the soft skills they'll need to succeed

Key Framework & Curriculum links

The Australian Blueprint for Career Development, a join initiative of Federal, State, and Territory Governments, is a framework to support the design, implementation and evaluation of career development programs for young people and adults.

The Posify Academy maps into all competencies across Phases 1 and 2, with a core focus on Area A: Personal Management:

Competency 1: Build and maintain a positive self-concept

Competency 2: Interact positively and effectively with others

Competency 3: Change and grow throughout life

A copy of the full framework can be downloaded via the Your Career website.

Critical and Creative Thinking

  • Inquiring – identifying, exploring and organising information and ideas:
    • Pose questions
    • Identify and clarify information and ideas
    • Organise and process information
  • Generating ideas, possibilities, and actions:
    • Imagine possibilities and connect ideas
  • Reflecting on thinking and processing:
    • Think about thinking (metacognition)
    • Reflect on processes
    • Transfer knowledge into new contexts
  • Analysing, synthesising, and evaluating reasoning and procedures:
    • Draw conclusions and design a course of action


Personal and Social Capability:

  • Self-awareness:
    • Recognise emotions
    • Recognise personal qualities and achievements
    • Understand themselves as learners
    • Develop reflective practice
  • Self-management:
    • Express emotions appropriately
    • Develop self-discipline and set goals
    • Work independently and show initiative
    • Become confident, resilient, and adaptable
  • Social awareness:
    • Appreciate diverse perspectives
    • Contribute to civil society
    • Understand relationships
  • Social management:
    • Communicate effectively
    • Work collaboratively (optional group activities offered to further develop this)
    • Make decisions
    • Negotiate and resolve conflict
    • Develop leadership skills


Ethical Understanding

  • Understand ethical concepts and issues:
    • Explore ethical concepts in context
  • Exploring values, rights and responsibilities:
    • Examine values
    • Explore rights and responsibilities
    • Consider points of view


Intercultural Understanding

  • Interacting with and empathising with others:
    • Consider and develop multiple perspectives
    • Empathise with others



  • Composing texts through speaking, writing and creating:
    • Use language to interact with others
    • Deliver presentations (optional)
  • Grammar Knowledge:
    • Express opinion and point of view
  • Word Knowledge:
    • Understand learning area vocabulary
  • Visual Knowledge:
    • Understand how visual elements create meaning


  • Systems:
    • All life forms, including human life, are connected through ecosystems on which they depend for their wellbeing and survival
    • Sustainable patterns of living rely on the interdependence of healthy social, economic and ecological systems.
  • World Views:
    • World views that recognise the dependence of living things on healthy ecosystems, and value diversity and social justice, are essential for achieving sustainability
    • World views are formed by experiences at personal, local, national and global levels, and are linked to individual and community actions for sustainability
  • Futures:
    • The sustainability of ecological, social and economic systems is achieved through informed individual and community action that values local and global equity and fairness across generations into the future
    • Actions for a more sustainable future reflect values of care, respect and responsibility, and require us to explore and understand environments

The Posify Academy can also be mapped to various Learning Areas in Stage 3 & 4 Australian Curriculum, including Health & Physical Education, Human and Social Sciences, The Arts, and English. Our Curriculum Developers can assist you to meaningfully map the program according to your cohort needs.

Posify Academy School Membership

From $11* / student per calendar year
Subsidies are available upon application for financially disadvantaged schools.

Posify Academy Additions:

Teacher training webinars, in-school immersive, virtual ‘Meet the Founders’ sessions, and tailored program solutions are available on request, at additional cost.

*Minimum of $750 School Membership fee applies. Contact us for a quote for smaller student groups.

Enquire about registering your school for Term 3 access!

Complete the form and we will be in touch to discuss your school subscription options and registration process.

Take a Sneak Peek Into the Academy

Inside the Posify Academy: