VET in Schools

Vocational Education and Training in Schools (VET in Schools) are programs undertaken by school students as part of the senior secondary certificate that provide credit towards a nationally recognised VET qualification within the Australian Qualifications Framework.

 

The 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.

 

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To find out more about eligibility criteria and how to enroll contact your local school VET/SACE co-ordinator or the South Australian Learning Centre salc@minda.asn.au

 

Course Prerequisites: There are no prerequisites; however, applicants should have a genuine interest in developing skills and knowledge related to the Disability / Horticulture industry.

 

Entry Requirements: Entry to all VETiS courses at SALC are subject to all conditions outlined by the VET Readiness Orientation (VETRO) Process and the completion of the VETRO Online Referral Form. 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.)

For full entry conditions, see VET for School Students Guidelines for Training Providers

In addition, all students must hold EITHER (1) a valid DHS Disability Clearance OR (2) apply for a current NDIS Worker Check clearance.

 

CHC33015  Certificate III in Individual Support (Disability) 

With this qualification you can provide support to meet and maintain personal care needs and contribute to skill development and maintenance using a person-centred approach.

This course may be underaken as either a traineeship or non-traineeship pathway.

Traineeship: Year 12 students only. 1 school-year duration. 1 day per week (including school holidays); 14 scheduled classroom workshops and 34 days in the workplace (minimum). 

Non-Traineeship (Standard VET) pathway: 18-24 months, ideal for students commencing training in year 11. 1 day per week during school-term time. 120 hours structured work placement arranged by SALC staff.

Funded Course cost: $350 school student concession. This course is support by the Government of South Australia *eligibility criteria apply, visit www.skills.sa.gov.au

Full Fee Course cost: $2,375 (paid by installments).

 

AHC20416 Certificate II in Horticulture

This course will help you develop the practical skills neded for indoor and outdoor based activities, such as planting, weeding and recognising and identifying plants.

Learning will occur through simulated and real tasks, theory sessions and interactive practical activiites.  With this qualification you can work as a general gardener, nursery assistant, grounds person and/or irrigation technician.

Course Duration: One day per week for 34 weeks

Funded Course cost: $300 school student concession. This course is support by the Government of South Australia *eligibility criteria apply, visit www.skills.sa.gov.au

Full Fee Course cost: $2,500 (paid by installments).

 

*All courses are subject to minimum enrolment