Pathways Network

Purpose of the Eyre Peninsula and Whyalla Pathways Network

The Eyre Peninsula and Whyalla Pathways Network has been established to support school in the Whyalla and Eyre Peninsula region support student, parents, stakeholders and staff to:

  • Maximise SACE completion using Flexibility in SACE, strategies including Subject Outlines, VET and use of alternative delivery methods
  • Through education support students/parents to better understand and increase access to suitable tertiary education
  • Career Development is imbedded in curriculum and school culture in support of students post school pathways including STEM Careers
  • Students are provided the opportunity to gain the skills and knowledge required to make choices at school which maximises their post school options including STEM Careers
  • Students, parents and staff know where and how to access information about career development/management.
  • Key stakeholders identify and value education, career development and a range of post school pathways including but not limited to: Employment, Vocational Studies and Tertiary Studies & STEM.
Roles and Responsibilities

Eyre and Western Pathways team will lead the Eyre Peninsula and Whyalla Pathways Network and can be contacted on the below details:

Carlene Paterson SACE Achievement Officer – Whyalla and EP
Mobile: 0438 149 980

Karen Skinner Career Pathways Manager- Whyalla and EP
Mobile: 0437 062 547

Steve Glacken SACE Achievement Officer – Eyre Peninsula
Mobile: 0439 479 431

Dianne Fitzgerald Career Pathways Manager – Eyre Peninsula
Mobile: 0409 799 493

  • VET Coordinators from all Eyre Peninsula and Whyalla sites
  • SACE/Student Pathways coordinators from all Eyre Peninsula and Whyalla sites
  • Any other staff that would benefit from attending
  • Site Leadership (optional)
  • Pathways Team

In the first instance, the CPM or SAO will chair meetings.


The Eyre Peninsula and Whyalla Pathways Network will meet once per term. Meeting dates will be negotiated in Term 1 of each school year and communicated via email for inclusion in school calendars.


Communication is made to Eyre Peninsula and Whyalla Pathways Network via email (E-W-PATHWAYS@LISTS.SCHOOLS.SA.EDU.AU), phone or face to face meetings. Meeting agenda will be distributed 1 week prior to scheduled meetings. Minutes (and actions) will be recorded and distributed via email within 1 week of the meeting taking place.

Area Western Pathways Team Materials

Please click here to view Pathways Team Regional Meetings and Resources.