Vocational Education & Training
Are you after hands on, practical skills and knowledge that prepares you for the world of work? Are you looking for a pathway to provide you with industry skills to join the workforce?
Vocational Education and Training (VET) provides you with skills and knowledge to perform effectively in the workplace. A VET qualification prepares you for, or in some instances qualifies you to do, a specific job.
VET can contribute directly to your career goals no matter what your destination is. It all counts in some way at different points in your career.
Trade training centres
Bunbury Regional Trade Training Centres (BRTTC) are purpose built, industry standard facilities that operate over three sites – Bunbury Catholic College, Eaton Community College and Manea Senior College.
Click here for the 2020 course booklet (2021 Booklet available during Term 2)
Not only will you obtain a Certificate III in Sport and Recreation you will also receive an Austwim qualification which will enable you to teach swimming lessons (great part time job). A great course for a VET/ATAR pathway. More information here
South regional TAFE
This booklet provides information on the range of qualifications being offered at South Regional TAFE South West and Central campus under the Vocational Education and Training in Schools (VETiS) program.
2020 Booklet now available HERE (2021 Booklet available during Term 2)
- Creative Industries – Cert II – 3D Animation Foundation
- Information, Digital Media and Technology – Cert III (Game Design Foundations)
Interested in a Certificate III level qualification to follow your creative passion? Visit the Graphic Design page
Why would I choose Vocational Education & Training?
- VET offers many pathways towards your career and vocation aspirations
- VET is nationally recognised which means you can take it anywhere in Australia
- VET contributes significantly towards your WACE.
The VET pathway is for students who are looking at:
- Completing a Certificate, WACE and going on to further study at TAFE/work;
- Starting an apprenticeship at school and completing WACE;
- Bridging to University
- Leaving school before graduating
Often students combine VET with Workplace Learning. Students can use time spent in the workplace towards meeting the requirements of WACE through an Endorsed Program.