VET in School
What is Vocational Education and Training (VET)?
VET in Schools programs provide the opportunity for students to gain a nationally recognised qualification along with workplace experience and skills, while at school. Programs are usually offered in Years 10, 11 and 12 and qualifications are available from a range of industries.
The VET system and the education system are distinct but complementary. The VET sector is industry-driven, allowing industry to indicate the skills and knowledge needed and the qualifications are linked to job roles. VET is lined up to identify industry skill requirements and skill shortage areas.
VET in School 2021 Information
Qualifications delivered by TAFE:
The process to apply for a VET program of study has two steps:
- Complete and submit to the College the Vocational Education and Training (VET) Agreement form.
- Complete the TAFE application by:
- Reviewing the Course Guide for each TAFE.
- Using the relevant Step by Step Instructions to prepare an application.
- Submit the application using the Apply Now link for South Metropolitan TAFE or the information in the Step by Step Instructions for North Metropolitan TAFE.
North Metropolitan TAFE (RTO 52786)
South Metropolitan TAFE (RTO 52787)
Qualifications delivered by Kennedy Baptist College:
Using external Registered Training Organisations, Kennedy Baptist College delivers a small number of VET qualifications as a subject completed on-site as part of the scheduled timetable.
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