Reports and Lists
Click on lists and you will see options for various lists which can be generated by Career Central data.
For example, if you click on “My Plans” you will get a spreadsheet of all the student responses to the “My Plans” page.
Similarly you can get related data for school subjects, leavers’ information, Interview counts (how many interviews each students has had), how many jobs a student has in their jobs bank and more. You can order the data by year level or by number of jobs simply by clicking on the title at the top of each column. You can also export this data to a excel spreadsheet or print it.
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Here you can create a report based on any of the modules/pages in Career Central. For example you might want to create a report with students Occupational Interests, Further Education Providers they are interested in, Subjects they are considering taking next year and a comment from you as to how suitable you think those subjects are. This could be sent home to parents and recorded on the students profile.
Create a report name and give it a description. You might want to make it clear here that the information in the report (such as skills, values etc..) has been selected by the student not assessed by you.
The description you add here will appear at the top of the report.
Click “add report template” to begin choosing which modules/pages you wish to appear on the report.
If you click on the type button you will see the modules available to put on the report. However you can choose to name them something different. The name you choose will appear on the report. For example, since the information is selected by students, when you add the Career Values module you might like to call it “What’s important to me about work” or if you are adding careers (job titles) you might call it “Jobs I am interested in”.
One of the options is a Careers Advisors comment. If you add this to your report you will have the option to set a bank of standard comments to make.
Click on “set comment options” then add the comments you want.
The comment name is a quick reference for you when setting comments. The actual comment goes in the comment box. For example you might want to call a comment “subjects don’t match occupations” but the actual comment would read “Some of your subject choices may not allow you to pursue your occupational interests, please see a Careers Advisor or Dean before you make your final choices”.
Once you have all the modules selected for the report click on Select Students and choose a previously created group who you are making the report for. Refer back to Groups/Search for how to create a group.
Once your group has been selected you can comment on the report.
Click on “Set Comments” . You will then see a preview of the report you have created and, at the bottom, a place to set your report comment. make sure you save the changes.
If you feel you have not created enough standard comments to cover all the things you might want to say, you can go back to the “edit report” section and add more.
Finally click on publish reports.
You can view a PDF of the report, download the report (for printing) or publish the report (to appear on the student’s profile).
At the bottom of the reports list you will see the options to download and publish all reports at once. Or if you want to you can unpublished and remove reports from students profiles.