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VET Fashion Design student

Vocational Education & Training (VET) Vocational Education & Training Programs. VET Fashion Design student. VCE. VCAL. VET (Optional for VCE - required for VCAL). VET. Why do students choose VET as part of their senior secondary certificate?. VET offers students the opportunity

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VET Fashion Design student

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  1. Vocational Education & Training (VET) Vocational Education & Training Programs VET Fashion Design student

  2. VCE VCAL VET(Optional for VCE - required for VCAL) VET

  3. Why do students choose VET as part of their senior secondary certificate? VET offers students the opportunity • to combine general & vocational studies • realistically explore career options & pathways without leaving school • undertake learning in the workplace &/or develop skills that will equip them for the workplace • undertake applied learning in an adult learning environment • gain a nationally recognised qualification or credit towards a qualification that also contributes to satisfactory completion of VCE or VCAL

  4. VET Training: Delivered on the Senior Campus

  5. Some VET Training: Delivered Off Campus Other VET courses are possible!

  6. Vocational Education & Training (VET) Units 1 & 2 VCE & Intermediate or Senior VCAL credits are gained if the Certificate is at a level II Units 3 & 4 VCE & Senior VCAL credits are gained if the Certificate is at level III or IV For most of our VET courses, a Year 11 level Certificate must be successfully completed before it can be undertaken at a Year 12 level.

  7. Example of a VCE Course with VET Ray: VCE/VET Hospitality Student Year 11 VCE Subjects English Food Technology Accounting General Maths Information Technology VCE/VET Subject Hospitality (Wednesdays) Done on Sandringham Campus with some delivery at Holmesglen TAFE

  8. Example of VCE with a Block Credit VET Course Ngahina: VET Visual Arts Year 12 VCE Subjects English Art Studio Arts (Drawing) Outdoor & Environmental Studies Block Credit VET Subject (Units 3/4) Cert IV Visual Art modules Wednesdays – Sandringham College Certificate from Chisholm TAFE

  9. Example of a VCAL Course with VET Gianni: VCAL Building Student Intermediate VCAL Units Intermediate Literacy & Numeracy (Literacy and Numeracy Strand) Work Placement (Work Related Skills Strand) Intermediate Personal Development (PD Skills Strand) VCE & VET Units DT Wood Cert II Building & Construction(Industry Specific Skills Strand) Wednesdays: Holmesglen (Chadstone)

  10. School Based Apprenticeships & Traineeships (SBATS) These are part time apprenticeships or traineeships Particularly useful as part of VCAL but can also provide credit to VCE Students complete about 200 days of training on the job, off the job & in paid employment This consists of one day at work, one day training and 3 days at school or one day at work, 4 days at school and training done in holidays or done as part of a part time job, out of school hours It combines VCE or VCAL, VET & paid work Students have to have an employer Potential employers will be in the Resource Centre at the Senior Campus Expo

  11. Example of VCE with an SBAT Monique: Automotive SBAT Year 12 Subjects Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri English Business Management Systems Automotive DT Wood VET Units Certificate II in Automotive modules – done during holidays – Kangan TAFE (Richmond) Wednesdays – Employer (paid work)

  12. Things to Remember about VET • VET Programs are not easier than their VCE equivalents – although the challenges are often different. • A number of VET Programs involve one day per week out of the school - either at a TAFE or in a workplace – and all involve additional costs. • Early Expressions of Interest are really important to secure placement in a VET program as some TAFE places fill fast. This form does not take the place of a TAFE application form though. For all off campus VET courses – a separate TAFE application must be submitted via your VET Coordinator • Sandringham College works with other transitional organisations like Youth Connect to facilitate Work Placement, a vital part of a VET program • More information (and the appropriate forms) can be found by going to the Sandringham College blog or website and following the links to VET or going to: http://sandringhamvetprograms.wikispaces.com

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