Vocational Education and Training (VET) opportunities are available to Years 10, 11 & 12 students and provide access to further education and training pathways, and nationally recognised qualifications.
Completion of certificates contributes toward attainment of the Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE). Students are provided with information about the courses available when selecting their Years 11 and 12 subjects.Certificates offered at Kiara College include:
- Certificate I in AgriFoods (Year 10)
- Certificate II in Agriculture
- Certificate II in the Music Industry
- Certificate II in Retail Services
- Certificate II in Sport and Recreation
- Certificate II in Visual Arts
- Certificate II in Workplace Skills
Students who elect to choose one of the Certificate courses will be provided with superior skills to enter TAFE or the workforce. The Certificate IIs are skills-based and require students to achieve specific competencies. Students who wish to enter the labour market directly, obtain an apprenticeship or continue studies at TAFE will gain underpinning skills in study and industry, develop language skills specific to the industry workplace, and access career pathways counselling and guidance.
The VET qualifications are the proposed offerings for the 2023 academic year. As at June 2022, no agreements have been entered into with a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) for the delivery of the qualifications for 2023. Based on interest from students in the qualifications, the College will initiate a formal partnership agreement with an approved RTO for the delivery of the qualification.
Traineeships and VETDSS
VET Delivered to Secondary Students (VETDSS)
VET delivered to Secondary Schools Pathways (VETDSS) are offered by North and South Metropolitan TAFE as well as private Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) such as College of Electrical Training and Master Plumbing Association (MPA) etc., at no or limited resource costs. Entry is highly competitive and requires a separate application process.
At this stage NMTAFE anticipate that online applications will open on 18 July 2022. A full course guide with confirmed courses and application guide will be provided to students before applications open. Students and/or Parents/Caregivers should book an appointment with our VET Coordinator, Rob Liebeck, for further advice. M: 0467 752 096 E: email@example.com
Traineeships and Apprenticeships
School-Based Traineeships (SBTs) and School-Based Apprenticeships (SBAs) are available through a range of organisations. Entry is highly competitive and requires a separate application and interview process. Successful students will gain a VET qualification and will receive a training wage whilst completing their traineeship or apprenticeship. Traineeship durations vary from qualification to qualification but are usually a minimum of 18 months.
For further information please contact our VET Coordinator, Rob Liebeck, on 0467 752 096 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org