VET - Vocational Educational Training

VET (Vocational Educational Training) courses are dual-accredited courses designed to combine HSC studies with training and experience in trade skills in the workplace. This means the courses are endorsed by the Board of Studies (BOS) and by Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA). Students gain work related skills or can pursue further study at TAFE or university at the completion of their schooling. These courses are competency based and may also be the first stage of an apprenticeship or traineeship.

We currently offer the following VET courses for students to obtain Certificate I & II qualifications:

Metals & Engineering

Our workshop is full of industry standard equipment. Students are instructed in the use of lathes, milling machines, folding machines, Arc, Mig and Oxy welding.

Students undertake the Metals & Engineering course for a head start into the following careers:

  • fitter
  • welder
  • toolmaker
  • metal fabricator
  • metal machinist
  • pressure welder
  • sheet metal worker
Electrotechnology

Our Electrotechnology workshop, complete with low voltage workstations and the latest equipment offers the following areas of study:

  • Electrical
  • Computer Electronics
  • Sustainable Energy

Students undertake the Electrotechnology course for a head start into the following careers:

  • general electrician
  • general communications tradesperson
  • refrigeration and air conditioning mechanic
  • electrical tradesperson
Retail Services

Retail Services is a course designed to give students the opportunity to obtain national vocational qualifications for employment in the retail industry in long-term, part-time or temporary retail positions including:

  • sales clerk/assistant
  • customer service representative
  • checkout operator
  • wholesale clerk
  • pharmacy assistant
  • retail executive
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