Vocational Education & Training Delivered to Secondary Students
Narrogin Senior High School runs a comprehensive Vocational Education & Training (VET) Delivered to Secondary students throughout the Year 11 and Year 12 curriculum. Students may currently choose programs where they could achieve a variety of different complete Certificate I, II, III or IV qualifications. All Certificate programs are completed in partnership with established Registered Training Organisations and, as such, all the qualifications are recognised Australiawide by other Training Organisations.
Narrogin Senior High School offers students access to the following programs:
BSB10120 Certificate I in Workplace Skills (Third Party Partnership with IVET)
BSB20120 Certificate II in Workplace Skills (Third Party Partnership with IVET)
BSB30120 Certificate III in Business (Third Party Partnership with IVET)
CUA20720 Certificate II in Visual Arts (Photography) (Third Party Partnership with South Regional TAFE)
SIT20316 Certificate II in Hospitality (Third Party Partnership with IVET)
SIT20416 Certificate II in Kitchen Operations (Third Party Partnership with IVET)
SIS20113 Certificate II in Sport & Recreation (Third Party Partnership with IVET)
FSK20119 Certificate II in Skills for Work & Vocational Pathways (Third Party Partnership with IVET)
fsk10219 Certificate I in Skills for Vocational Pathways (Delivered by SIDE as FFS)
A partnership with the South Regional Tafe accessing VETDSS profile funding.
52831WA Certificate IV in Preparation for Nursing Education – 1 day a week South Regional TAFE
CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education
Students may also be able to establish arrangements with other training organisations to study courses of particular personal interest.
Some examples include:
52831WA Certificate IV in Preparation for Health and Nursing Studies (Central Regional TAFE)
A large number a Year 11 and Year 12 participate in the School’s Authority Developed Workplace Learning (ADWPL) program each year. This program allows students to spend time working in businesses that suit their career aspirations to gain a real life experience of the duties, skills, standards and expectations of that particular industry. Students may be placed with businesses for Workplace Learning on a one-day-per week basis or in blocks during school time or holiday or a combination of these arrangements. Time spent in Workplace Learning also contributes to a student’s WACE completion.
Students may participate in School Based Traineeships or Aboriginal School Based Traineeships. Traineeships see students engaged in paid work for either one or two days each week and completing a Certificate II level qualification relevant to that occupation. Students also complete the required courses at school to allow the students to achieve their WACE and participate in all other school activities. Some of the qualifications that students may complete in an SBT, include Retail, Business and Local Government. All SBT’s transition from sucessful ADWPL partipation and require employer support and endorsement.