South Australian Learning Centre (SALC) offers VET in Schools (VETis) and School-Based Traineeship Pathways (SBAT).
School-Based Traineeships (SBAT)
School-Based Traineeships allow school students from year 10 and up to begin working and training in the field of their choice as part of their SACE. This pathway enables students to complete their final years of school while working part-time. At SALC we work closely with our industry partners to ensure students are supported throughout the process and are given all the tools to succeed. Our hope is for our students to on to gain full-time employment once their studies and/.traineeship are complete.
Vocational Education and Training in Schools (VET in Schools/VETis)
Vocational Education and Training in Schools (VET in Schools) are programs undertaken by school students as part of the senior secondary certificate that provides credit towards a nationally recognised VET qualification within the Australian Qualifications Framework.
South Australian Learning Centre is a preferred provider of VET in Schools programs by the Department for Education and is an accredited provider of subsidised training through the Department for Skills and Innovation for eligible students.
Applicants should have a genuine interest in developing skills and knowledge related to the Disability / Horticulture industry.
Applicants must undertake the ACER Literacy and Numeracy Assessment (SRNI/LaNCA) and provide evidence of undertaking a preparatory VET pathway (i.e. work experience, industry immersion event attendance, industry project participation, etc.)
In addition, all students must hold EITHER:
- A valid DHS Disability Clearance OR
- Apply for a current NDIS Worker Check clearance
To find out more about eligibility criteria and how to enrol contact your local school VET/SACE coordinator or email email@example.com.