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Kunama 1956


Vocational Guidance


Advice on the important matter of finally making the right choice of a career is regularly given to all pupils as they approach their third and final years at school. The final choice must always, of course, be made by the student and his or her parents, but the school plays an important part in discussing with each potential school-leaver the results of tests of special abilities and aptitudes. These tests are administered by visiting officers from both the Department of Education and the Youth Welfare Section of the Department of Labour and Industry and Social Welfare, and the results of these tests along with the results obtained in all school examinations provide a sound basis on which Careers Advisers are able to direct pupils to a certain field of possible occupations from which each will choose the most satisfying and rewarding vocation.

A growing library of pamphlets supplied by the Department of Labour and Industry's Youth Welfare Section and by the various large employers is always available so that each pupil may knowingly make his choice and go forth prepared to make the chosen job fully serve his purpose in life.


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