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Vocational Education and Training (V.E.T.) Program

Vocational Education and Training (V.E.T.) Program

What is VET?

 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 school options range from a full Certificate or a school-based traineeship/apprenticeship
  • VET also provides skills and knowledge for work, enhances employability and assists learning throughout life
  • VET further provides students with an opportunity to graduate with an industry approved qualification which is nationally recognised
  • VET ultimately links students to further training options, providing a pathway up to six levels of nationally recognised qualifications. Access to university is also possible beyond Certificate IV.

 VET PROGRAMS

Skill shortages and changes to the Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE) requirements have seen VET delivered to secondary school students gaining prominence.  In response to this, Lesmurdie offers VET Programs and Certificates designed to assist students gain an industry – recognised qualification and to make the transition from school to work and/or further studies.

Students who choose to participate in these programs will benefit from the relevance of the course to their career interests and an improved knowledge of the world of work.  The programs also provide greater motivation for students and assist them in preparation for further education, training or employment.

LSHS current VET Status

  • Onsite delivery (under auspice arrangements) of Certificate II in Sport and Recreation, Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation, Certificate II in Tourism, Certificate II in Business, Certificate II in Hospitality (Front of House), Certificate II in Information, Digital Media and Technology and finally, Certificate II in Sampling and Measurement.
  • Students completing School Based Traineeships and Pre-Apprenticeships.
  • Students attending TAFE one day per week or online.
  • Access (when available) to a variety of offsite VET programs such as MPA Skills, Skill Hire, Hillside Farm, Construction Training Fund, CET, etc.

Workplace Learning (ADWPL) – Authority-developed endorsed program

Workplace Learning provides opportunities for students to develop skills in the workplace and obtain credit towards the WACE. It is primarily the responsibility of the student to find a suitable employer to host them. All paperwork and insurance will be organised through the school and all participants are required to maintain a Logbook. At the end of each semester, students must also provide evidence of completing the required hours and of their knowledge and understanding of the workplace by completing a Skills Journal to gain unit equivalence from SCSA.

Certificates delivered on campus:-

AUR20716_Cert II Automotive

BSB20115 Cert II Business

ICT20115_Cert II InfoTech

MSL20118_Cert II Sampling M

SIS20115_Cert II SportRec_PE

SIS20115_Cert II SportRec_SSEP

SIT20116_Cert II Tourism

SIT20316_Cert II Hospitality_FoH

Vocational Education and Training (VET) programs

 

Lesmurdie currently offers two General VET Programs.  They provide a clear non-ATAR pathway to the achievement of the WACE and Post School options. Other benefits include valuable Recognised Prior Learning (RPL) and TAFE entry points; and in the four day program an opportunity to do work placement while still at school.

 

Proposed Year 11 & 12 – 5 Day VET Link Program (VLP)

5 Day VET Link Program

 

Proposed Year 11 & 12 – 4 Day Work Link Program (WLP)

 4 Day Work Link Program                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

Vet Coordinator

Phone: 9291 1227
Mobile: 0417 988 791
Email: max.borsei@education.wa.edu.au