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Vocational Education & Training (VET)

Vocational Education and Training at Churchlands SHS provides Year 11 and 12 students with opportunities to maximise the outcomes of their Secondary Education. VET programs provide secondary school students (both tertiary and vocationally bound) with opportunities to complete part or all of national qualifications while studying towards their WACE. Students can study Vocational Education and Training (VET) courses as well as Subjects.

Courses offered in 2017
  • Cert II Automotive
  • Cert II Business
  • Cert II Community Services
  • Cert II Engineering
  • Cert II Hospitality
  • Cert II Music
  • Cert II Sport Coaching
  • Cert II Sports and Recreation
  • Cert II Visual Arts - CAD
  • Cert III Visual Arts - CAD
  • Cert III Visual Art - Furniture
  • Cert III Visual Art - Furniture

The school utilises external Registered Training Organisations (RTO). They are responsible for the completion of the quality assurance process for the delivery of certificate courses at the Churchlands SHS.

Additional VET qualifications are also delivered through the VET in schools program which is resourced by the State Government. This involves students attending a TAFE or Private Training Provider one day per week as part of their normal school program. In 2017, students who attend Churchlands SHS will have the opportunity to participate in programs offered at North Metropolitan TAFE, South Metropolitan TAFE, the Master Plumbers Association and the College of Electrical Training.

Students can also get a head start on an Apprenticeship or Traineeship by becoming involved in a Pre Apprenticeship in schools program (PAiS), School Based Traineeship or School Based Apprenticeship when available.

Apprenticeships and Traineeships

There are so many different apprenticeships and traineeships available. You can start researching these resources;

There are many benefits to students who complete nationally recognised qualifications. Completion of these courses may give them direct entry to the next qualification level at a State or Private Training Provider, make them more competitive in the employment market and give them subject equivalence for secondary graduation.