Learning Live

Learning Lives connect industry, students and educators around the nation via live group video streaming direct to the classroom.

Multiple and diverse industry representatives participate through expert Q&A, roundtable or panel sessions focusing on curriculum ‘real world’ relevance, authentic learning, investigation of career pathways in to specific industry sectors and work readiness skills. 

Session topics are decided by either schools or industry and are diverse and varied, covering numerous relevant and interesting subjects designed to inspire students. Students have the opportunity to ask questions of the industry representatives. 

Learning Live sessions are recorded and form part of the Learning Live Library on eBeacon. Sign in to view our the range of Learning Lives already recorded and available on eBeacon for our members, including Girls in Science, Jobs in Finance, Girls in Engineering and Maths in Industry.


Next Learning Live

16 June 2017
Learning Live – Entry Level Jobs
Students will hear about how the presenters found their first job, whether they are doing something that will help their ultimate career, what transferable skills they can take to their next jobs, highlights and challenges and what the benefits of working have been for them.

You can book through your Beacon state representative or RSVP for events through your eBeacon registration via the events page. 

“It was a very different way of communication as we had not yet been a part of one of these conferences so it was interesting to see how much we could learn from just an online video call.”

Students, New South Wales
Learning Live

Learning Live builds the following

Students are empowered to select subject areas that are  relevant for them, resulting in a more engaging and meaningful careers education experience.

Schools can reach a larger numbers of students using fewer resources and  students who might not otherwise have had access to careers guidance receive exposure.

Industry mentors experience meaningful and fulfilling connection with young people using an online model that supports connection with a diverse range of young people.

Communities gain direct exposure to mentors and  industries from outside the immediate community, results in increased social capital and knowledge and understanding of worlds of work not bound by geography.

Learning Live on eBeacon

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A video archive of live lessons

Access to the Beacon team for online support

Connections with industry professionals


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