VET in schools program is a key component of the federal government’s vocational strategy to improve year 12 retention rates, increase skills and address skills shortages. Operating across all states and territories in Australia. Essentially, VET in schools allows senior secondary students to undertake an accredited foundation vocational skills program whilst studying in their final years of schooling.
Attending vocational training over one or two days per week allows the student to learn valuable real-world industry/work skills that will easily translate to the workplace.
Students in years 10, 11 & 12, and sometimes earlier may like to participate in a VET in schools program as part of their tertiary preparation or vocational pathway program. Although at times it can be subsidised by the government, there may be a cost associated with the program.
Our VETis program caters for senior secondary students who undertake a nationally accredited course during years 10, 11 and 12. The scores and competencies achieved will contribute either towards their ATAR/SACE score or Year 12 certificate.
To find out more about VET in schools, talk to you, Samone Wear Head of Curriculum or your vocational/careers advisor at your school or college.
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