Information about external VET training opportunities usually becomes available from mid-July. Students can access a range of courses and qualifications in industries where skill shortages have been identified. This includes opportunities to complete school-based traineeships or pre-apprenticeship qualifications, introducing students to a range of trade pathways. Some training organisations also offer fee-paying places to school students. These costs will be the responsibility of parents.
As a guide, the following VET opportunities were accessed by Ashdale Secondary College students in 2019. We anticipate these will be similar in 2020.
|52443WA||Certificate II in Building and Construction (Pathway-Trades)|
|52636WA||Certificate IV in Aeronautics (Commercial Pilot Theory-Single Engine)|
|AUR20516||Certificate II in Automotive Servicing Technology|
|AUR20716||Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation|
|CHC30113||Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care|
|CHC30213||Certificate III in Education Support|
|HLT26015||Certificate II in Population Health|
|HLT33115||Certificate III in Health Services Assistance|
|SIT30116||Certificate III in Tourism|
|TLI21616||Certificate II in Warehousing Operations|
|UEE20711||Certificate II in Data and Voice Communications|
|UEE22011||Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start)|
|SIS30115||Certificate III in Sport and Recreation|
|RII20713||Certificate II in Civil Construction|
|SHB20116||Certificate II in Retail Cosmetics|
|SHB30115||Certificate III in Beauty Services|
As information becomes available, external VET opportunities will be posted on Connect. Students will then be able to apply for courses delivered at an RTO for 1-2 days each week.
It is important that students and parents understand that if a student chooses to participate in an external VET program, the student may miss classes at Ashdale Secondary College. It is a condition of participation that the student keeps up with all aspects of his/her program of study.