Vocational Education and Training (VET)
VET refers to education and training that
focuses on delivering skills and knowledge required for specific
industries. It is a learning option for students in the senior phase of
learning. Student achievement in subjects with vocational competencies
receive credit towards qualifications recognised nationally within the
Vocational Qualification Framework (VQF).
Sunshine Beach State High School is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO: 30439). Students are able to select from qualifications on our school’s scope of registration and/or external training provider options.
Students at Sunshine Beach SHS can access VET in a number of ways including:
- through Sunshine Beach State High School as a Registered Training Organisation National Provider Number 30439 - as VET qualifications (AQF level I, II, III)
- through external Registered Training Organisations
- through a School-Based Apprenticeship or Traineeship
VET qualifications offered at Sunshine Beach State High School:
- Brochure - VET qualifications at Sunshine Beach State
High School (PDF, 1.1MB) - currently being updated
Delivery of courses may be in class, online, off campus, work placement or a combination of these.
Please refer to the Senior Curriculum Handbook
(PDF, 1426 KB) for units of competency and course duration and/or by visiting the websites of our external RTO partners. All details are provided during the Year 10 Career Pathways Program, at Year 10 SETPlan interviews and at enrolment into the school.
Access to all VET Policy & Procedure documents is via the RTO Manager - Mrs D. Peeters in Uluwatu staffroom.
Publication date : April 2015 Approved : RTO Manager & Senior School Deputy Principal
Updated : Correct at time publishing, however subject to change.
Vocational Education & Training - You’ll need a USI
In a major step towards making unnecessary training a thing of the past, the Unique Student Identifier (USI) Office opened its doors in mid-October 2014.
Every year, many Australians build and sharpen their skills by undertaking nationally recognised training. And getting the right skills when and where industry needs them is a key building block to Australia’s future prosperity. The USI will build a structure that supports targeted training for the needs of industry.
For Australian industry and the Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector, the USI information means:
less time in waiting for job applicants to confirm their nationally recognised training qualifications
evidence-based smarter regulation for the reduction of poor quality training
sharing of training information will make it easier for training providers and for Australian businesses
greater efficiency in managing interactions with governments and regulators, simplifying government VET program eligibility and entitlement processing.
Head of Department - VET – Diana Peeters
Telephone - 5440 4227
Email - email@example.com