Welcome to My Individual Pathways

My Individual Pathways (MIPs Online) is a web-based application for Australian Secondary Schools. Students own and manage an annual Career Action Plan, study timetable and resume in line with the principles of Career Development.  The Career Action Plan is tailored for each year level to enable seamless transition as they progress through school. 

We provide you with all the necessary resources to enable you to implement a Careers Programme for all your students.  Lesson Plans, Instructions Sheets, information for parents and much more will be at your fingertips.  Easily downloaded graphs and reports will show you, whenever you need it, the precise careers position of your school.

MIPs Online provides a space in which young people can record, reflect on and link important learning activities with the achievement of their life, learning and work goals.  Students use MIPs Online to articulate their skills and values, plan ahead, learn about their options and begin thinking of the subjects they need to take in secondary school and the Tertiary courses they need to pursue in order to achieve their career goal.

Appointed school administrators such as the Careers Team and Leadership Team can access an individual student’s plan or draw a series of reports that collates data by year level.  The reporting assists you to assist those in most need of transition support and to keep an eye on the ones who you think are on track.  You will clearly identify students who do not have a clear or accurate pathway plan.  Doing this as early as possible and providing targeted interventions can lead to greater retention, greater participation and attainment of VCE, VCAL or VET in schools.  This ensures effective career and transition support to the student cohort.

A young person’s Career Action Plan is retained and transferred from one year to the next and from one school to the next.  Parents will recognise your effort to provide quality support for student transitions.

MIPs Online is encrypted with a Secure Socket Layer (SSL) Certificate and available for viewing and reporting purposes by authorised school administrators.  Students are encouraged to share their plans with their parents and other supporters.