Information on our VET Courses

Why study a VET course?

  • These qualifications will provide opportunities for entry into Diploma and Degree courses.
  • Workplace experience while training means well prepared for a chosen career.
  • Many are available through normal courses in Years 11 and 12.
  • A VET Certificate will facilitate entry into a chosen career option without necessarily having to do further study.
  • A VET Certificate can offer a taste of a particular vocation before a student commits themselves in the workforce.
  • For those students wishing to avail themselves of a Gap Year after College, A VET Certificate enables employment opportunities both at home and overseas.

What VET Courses are offered?

Trinity Christian School is able to deliver certain VET Certificates, under the auspices of Unity College Australia or Communities at Work.

CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care

This Certificate is attainable on a normal college line of study. Students completing this Certificate will be ready for the workforce in a childcare capacity.

For more information download the Early Childhood Education and Care course brochure.

CUS20109 Certificate II in Music

Attainable through the Music C Course, this Certificate covers broad industry requirements. It will equip students who wish to work in the Music industry, gaining skills with audio equipment, recording, editing, broadcasting as well as OHS processes and use of computer technology.

SIS20210 Certificate II in Outdoor Recreation

On successful completion of this course, students will attain nationally recognised competencies that will prepare them for employment in the outdoor recreation industry. Within this industry they may specialise in particular activity sectors or undertake general employment or further training.

SIT10213 Certificate I in Hospitality, SIT20213 Certificate II in Hospitality, SIT20312 Certificate II in Kitchen Operations

These courses respond to the needs of the Hospitality and Tourism industry, the availability of relevant training, education opportunities and employment pathways, leading to a variety of career opportunities.

ICA20111 Certificate II in Information Digital Media and Technology

There are two possible strands that students can follow to complete their Certificate II through the Information Technology course; Digital Media/Web Design or Programming/Networking.

Skills gained in an Information Technology course could lead to a career in designing web pages, software and games, creating programs, systems & databases, networking computers and finding solutions to technical and software problems.

Delivery of Courses

  • VET courses are competency based.
  • A Vet Certificate does not count towards an ATAR but will contribute points towards the Year 12 Certificate.
  • Most Certificates will be attained after a full two year course of study.
  • All the Certificates apart from Cert III in Early Childhood are delivered through the normal T or A course of study.
  • If the full requirements of a Certificate are not met, students will be awarded a Statement of Attainment listing Units of Competence achieved according to Standards under subsection 185 (1) of the National Vocational Education and Training Regulator Act 2011.
  • Most VET courses involve Structured Workplace Learning, which means that the student is assessed in a relevant workplace outside of school hours.
  • Nationally recognised training (NRT) is delivered under the auspices of Transformational Institute (RTO ID:31269), Communities@Work (RTO ID:88148) and┬áThe College of Sound and Music Production (RTO ID:50392).


Looking for more detailed information?

VET courses offered at Trinity Christian School - brochure

Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care - brochure

Year 11 and 12 Handbook 2015

Additional information