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VETDSS PROGRAMS

VET DELIVERED FOR SECONDARY STUDENTS (VETDSS)

The Vocational Education and Training Delivered for Secondary Students (VETDSS) Program gives students the opportunity to learn a profession while still at school. By participating in a VET program, students learn the skills and requirements of a particular job through a local registered training organisation, and may complete a number of work placements during the year to gain industry knowledge.

Upon successful completion of competencies within the chosen industry qualification, students will receive a qualification for full completion or a Statement of Attainment for competencies achieved. Depending upon the number of units of competencies completed, students will receive credit towards their NTCET.

Casuarina Senior College, in partnership with other Registered Training Providers, are able to offer a wide range of vocational programs across a variety of industry sectors, including, but not limited to automotive, beauty business, hospitality and retail. 

More detailed information on each program is available from the VET Coordinator or Career Advice Centre.

VET applications for 2019 are now open.

Expressions of Interest are due Thursday 25 October, these can be handed into the CSC Reception or Careers Advice Centre or emailed to Ken Rowley.

How to enrol in a VETDSS program

Step 1
Identify which VETDSS course you wish to enrol in.

COURSES OFFERED SEMESTER 2 2019

Step 2
Obtain and complete an Expression of Interest. Printed copies are available from and returned to the Careers Advice Centre.

Step 3
Most VETDSS Training Providers will require an application process and contact you to arrange this.

Step 4
If you are selected into a VETDSS Program, you must see the Career Advice Centre to ensure your subject choices fit with your VETDSS schedule.

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