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Vocational Education and Training in Schools


Vocational education programs in schools, called VET in Schools (VETiS), were established with the specific aim of enabling students to undertake both nationally accredited vocational education and training (VET) programs (including part-time apprenticeships and traineeships) alongside programs that enable students to complete their secondary school certificates. VETiS programs lead to accredited VET qualifications. As part of their SACE, students can complete vocational education and training (VET) that is within the AQF (Australian Qualifications Framework). The SACE Board's recognition arrangements enable students to build meaningful pathways in the SACE through VET.

Our Offer

We offer BSB30115 Certificate III in Business Click here for details.

This course has been designed to prepare students with the skills and knowledge to build a career in the office environment. This course provides pathways into administration and management and includes studies in the areas of technology, information handling, communication, organisation, and team skills.

Assessment is conducted throughout the course in both practical and theoretical aspects. Each competency is assessed according to criteria set in the training package.

Click here for our sample timetable.

F A Q's

Can VET Count toward SACE?

VET Programs are recognised within the SACE, providing credits toward the completion of Stage 1 and/or Stage 2. More information click here


What are the benefits of choosing VET?

  • Gaining a nationally recognised qualification whilst completing your SACE.

  • Providing opportunities to learn on-the-job.

  • Gaining the skills and knowledge that employers are looking for.


 How will my VET Course impact on University and TAFE entry?

Some fully completed VET Courses, at Certificate III level or above, can contribute to your Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR).

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