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Vocational Education & Training (VET)


 

Vocational Education and Training (VET) gives students skills and knowledge for work. VET operates through a national training system, and is delivered, assessed and certified by Registered Training Organisations (RTOs).

VET courses encourages students to complete and/or make significant progress towards completing, VET qualifications while completing their SACE.

VET is an excellent choice of study for many students. It always includes practical, hands-on learning, which suits many students, giving them a head start towards a rewarding future career.

Rostrevor College VET students continue to achieve outstanding success with students being recognised at National and State level.

For example Rostrevor students have been recipients of:

  • Australian Vocational Student Prize in 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012 & 2013
  • Prime Minister's Award for Skills Excellence in 2007 & 2013
  • South Australian Schools Auction Idol Winners in 2008 & 2013
  • South Australian Training Awards (shortlisted 2011 ATSI Student of the Year)
  • Maxima Indigenous Apprentice of the Year Award Winner in 2011, 2012 & 2013
  • 2013 Northern Territory Young Achievers (shortlisted Carers Category Allied Health)
  • Institute of Chartered Accountant scholarship Winner and KPMG Cadetship recipients

These exceptional achievements in VET could not have been attained without strong community partnerships; links with industry and the support of our local employment providers.

On campus Rostrevor College delivers the Certificate I in Animal Studies, Certificate II in Agriculture and Certificate III in Fitness. Students are also given the opportunity to enrol in off-campus courses such as Construction, Electrical, Automotive, Business, Photography, Game Art, Allied Health , Graphic Design, Early Education, Engineering, Music and IT just to name a few.

Senior Year students also have the opportunity to undertake School-Based Apprenticeships/Traineeships as part of their SACE in industry areas like Business, Sport & Recreation, Agriculture, Electrical, Retail and Construction.

 

Completion of SACE Using VET

To complete the SACE, students must achieve at least 200 SACE credits; 150 credits can be gained through the recognition arrangements for VET.

The Personal Learning Plan (10 credits), English (20 Credits) and Mathematics (10 Credits) subjects and the Research Project (10 credits may also be industry focused but must be undertaken as SACE subjects). 

Completed Certificate III (or higher) qualifications at Stage 2 may count towards an ATAR, and TAFE SA Selection Score.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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