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Careers and VET

Our time at school lays the foundations for what we do, and who we become, in our adult lives. This is why a first-rate careers and pathways program is integral to our offering at All Saints. 

Vocational Education & Training

Vocational Education & Training (VET) qualifications are the preferred option for students who enjoy developing their knowledge and skills through practical learning. Year 11 and 12 students can access VET programs in several ways including:

  • Courses offered within the school timetable. Our School is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) and may deliver courses, or a course may be delivered on-campus by a third-party provider who is an RTO with whom the school has a partnership agreement.
  • Certificate courses which are offered off-campus.
  • School-based apprenticeships or traineeships.

Completion of Vocational Education Courses contribute to the awarding of a QCE and may contribute to an Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) calculation. 

This means, students can complete their senior studies while also gaining a qualification which will enhance their career prospects after school.

“Our VET Program provides students with the knowledge, skills and experience required to work in a variety of fields. Our students are fortunate to work with teachers and trainers who are passionate about their field and who are keen to share their incredible knowledge and expertise.”
— Alison Weeks - Director of Careers and VET
Internal VET courses

Qualification delivered on-campus by All Saints:

  • Certificate III in Hospitality SIT30622 (RTO: 30211)
External VET courses

Partnered VET qualifications, provided by external training organisations at All Saints, include: 

  • Diploma of Business BSB50120 (Prestige Service Training, RTO: 31981)
  • Certificate III in Active Volunteering CHC30415 (Volunteering Queensland, RTO: 6020)
  • Diploma of Entrepreneurship and Innovation 11210NAT (Monarch Institute Pty Ltd, RTO: 22530)

Students are also able to undertake VET courses off-campus with other training providers (such as TAFE) and a range of private providers. Some courses on offer include Health Services, Children Services, Fitness, Media, Automotive and Engineering.

School-based traineeships and apprenticeships

Students can also participate in school-based traineeships and apprenticeships (SATs) as a further vocational option. SATs enable students to complete a formal qualification as well as undertake paid work in their chosen career field. SATs are available in a diverse range of fields including: Business, IT, Screen and Media, Childcare, Sport and Recreation, Hairdressing, Automotive, Carpentry, Hospitality and Live Production. 

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