The International Baccalaureate® (IB) Career-related Programme (CP) is a framework of international education that incorporates the vision and educational principles of the IB into a unique programme specifically developed for students who wish to engage in career-related learning.
The CP’s flexible educational framework allows schools to meet the needs, backgrounds and contexts of students. CP students engage with a rigorous study programme that genuinely interests them while gaining transferable and lifelong skills.
Find out how to become an IB World School in order to implement the programme, and read about the benefits and objectives of the CP below.
What the CP offers students
The CP provides a comprehensive educational framework that combines highly regarded and internationally recognized courses, from the IB Diploma Programme (DP), with a unique CP core and an approved career-related study.
The CP develops students to be:
- Academically strong
- Skilled in a practical field
- Critical and ethical thinkers
- Resilient and determined
- Confident and assured
- Caring and reflective
Why offer IB Career-related Programme?
The CP helps students to prepare for effective participation in life, fostering attitudes and habits of mind that allow them to become lifelong learners and to get involved in learning that develops their capacity and will to make a positive difference.
The programme aids schools’ retention of students, promotes development of skills, and encourages students to take responsibility for their own actions, encouraging high levels of self-esteem through meaningful achievements.
A key feature of the CP is that it provides flexibility to allow for local differences. Each school creates its own distinctive version of the CP to meet the needs, backgrounds and contexts of its students.
How the CP links with other IB programmes
The CP builds on prior learning in the IB Middle Years Programme (MYP) and incorporates elements of the IB Diploma Programme, which provides the theoretical underpinning and academic rigour of the CP.
Find out how to become an IB World School in order to implement our education programmes.
At present GMIS Jakarta is offering two Career Related Path.
1. Accounting and finance
This course is designed for the aspirants of IBCP in GMIS Jakarta who wish to peruse their career and future study in accounting and accounting related courses such as Charter Accountant, Assistant Accountancy, Banking , STOCK Market etc. We are running this course with the help of AIMS Bangalore. (https://theaims.ac.in)
The goal of this course are :
• To familiarize the students with accounting as an information system and career option.
• To understand accounting principles and concepts.
• To know how to maintain accounting records
• To know how to record business transitions
• To develop the skills of using accounting in possessing business transitions.
• How to understand and prepare financial statements and balance sheet of an accounting firm.
• How to use account in professional life with the fundamental of computerized system of accounting.
• Showing as path for career in accounting.
• How to utilize various aspects of accounting in professional study and career.
2. General Microbiology Course is designed for students interested in perusing their career in allied health or disciplines in the biological sciences. This lecture/laboratory course for IBCP provides an introduction to the study of microorganisms and their interrelationships with the human body. The course covers the structure, physiology, genetics, and biochemistry of microorganisms, with an emphasis on health-related applications. The course also examines how the human body interacts with microorganisms. The laboratory component of the course provides hands-on experience with microbiology techniques, including aseptic technique, microbial growth, and diagnostic procedures etc.… we are running the course with the help of i3L Indonesia (http://www.i3l.ac.id/webnew/).
The goal of this course is to teach students to:
1. Analyze the properties of microorganisms in terms of cellular anatomy and physiology.
2. Summarize the properties of microorganisms in terms of biochemistry and genetics and correlate these concepts to applications in biotechnology.
3. Apply microbiology concepts to current issues in human health and infectious diseases.
4. Demonstrate proper microbiology laboratory techniques involving microscopy, biochemical tests and diagnostic media to characterize microorganisms of significance to human health.
5. Evaluate how physical and chemical methods can be used to control microbial growth.
6. Explain how the human body interacts with various microorganisms through symbiotic relationships and host defenses.