Engineer your Future with the BHP Career Centre
The Centre’s programmes are guided by the strategic objectives of the Gauteng Department of Education, in particular the goal to “enable young people to make the transition from school to further education and/or work that provides further training opportunities.”
An annual programme is offered to learners across Gauteng and includes life skills and career education workshops, psychometric assessment, as well as a series of special events: Please hover over the following links for more information.
Psychometric assessments and counselling
Psychometric assessments and counselling: A team of trained professionals offer individual and group assessment to support study, career and work choices. (Bookings are essential)
Girl Learner Programme
Celebrated annually this event provides a platform for successful women professionals in the fields of science, technology, engineering and finance to inspire and mentor young women studying maths and science.
OOpen daily the fully stocked library provides valuable information about a wide range of career and study opportunities. The www.seben.za.net career website offers online support and can be accessed off site or through computers situated in the library. Career counsellors are on hand to assist in finding current information on bursaries and internships.
Industry Site Visits
Organised tours to industries within Gauteng provide learners with hands-on experience of daily work environments and processes.
Using a mobile career lab, the centre regularly participates in career expos in schools and communities
Stakeholder Relations Management
The Centre has established a career development forum to encourage and facilitate dialogue and create cooperation amongst the various industry, public sector and government role players committed to youth development.
Exhibitions to showcase career opportunities in Engineering, Finance and ICT, infos on Bursery
Workshops to assist learners with subject choices for grade 10 and to prepare grade 11 and 12 learners for the world of work and study