Vocational Education and Training (VET) - RTO 30433
Vocational Education and Training
(VET) enables students to gain qualifications for all types of employment, and
specific skills to help them in the workplace.
Student achievement in
accredited vocational education qualifications is based on industry-endorsed
competency standards and is recorded on the Senior Statement. The Senior Statement
is recognised within the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF), and this
may give advanced standing towards a traineeship or apprenticeship and/or
credit on entry to courses at TAFE Institutes and other registered training
VET Qualifications contribute
to the Queensland Certificate of Education if the required standard is reached.
Sarina State High School offers the following VET subjects to students
in Year 10, 11 and 12:
- ACM10117 - Certificate I in Animal Studies
AHC10216 - Certificate I in AgriFood Operations
AHC20116 - Certificate II in Agriculture
BSB20115 - Certificate II in Business
CUA20715 - Certificate II in Visual Arts
FSK20113 - Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways
ICT20115 - Certificate II in Information, Digital Media and Technology
MEM10105 - Certificate I in Engineering
MEM20105 - Certificate II in Engineering
MSM10216 - Certificate I in Manufacturing (Pathways)
SIT20316 - Certificate II in Hospitality
Delivery of these certificates will be dependent of the approval status of
Sarina State High School Scope of Registration.
All students are provided with a VET Student Information Handbook
on enrolment in a VET course.
Download 2020 Senior Course Guide
Further details about each Course is contained in the Senior Course
partnership with external RTOs, Sarina State High School is able to offer the
following VET Certificates:
Certificate III in Business (Delivered in collaboration with Binnacle Training
RTO Number 31319 - https://www.binnacletraining.com.au).
SIS20115 Certificate II in Sport and Recreation (Delivered in collaboration
with Binnacle Training RTO Number 31319 - https://www.binnacletraining.com.au).
School bases apprenticeships and traineeships combine school, work and
off-the-job training, giving a student the opportunity to earn while they
learn. SATs are an optional pathway option for students in Senior Secondary.
Unique Student Identifier
The USI (Unique Student Identifier) was introduced nationally on 1
January 2015 for all students studying VET qualifications. The school is
not permitted to issue Statements of Attainment or Certificates unless students
have a USI recorded with Sarina State High School. After students obtain
a USI, they must provide the Head of Senior Secondary with the USI
Details about obtaining and reporting a USI to the school is outlined in
the following documents.
Download Fact Sheet - USI - Student Information (PDF, 284KB)
Complaints and Appeals Policy
Sarina State High School has a Complaints and Appeals Policy that
applies to all students studying a VET course.
Download Vet Student Handbook (PDF)
Sarina State High
School Complaints and Appeals Policy (PDF 169KB
School based apprenticeships and trainees (SATS)
School based apprenticeships and traineeships combine school, work and
on-the-job training giving a student the opportunity to earn while they learn. SATS
are an optional pathway option for students in Senior Secondary.
Benefits of a
School Based Apprenticeship or Traineeship
Earn while you learn
points toward the Queensland Certificate Education (QCE)
Gain a nationally
Receive practical on
the job training
Improve confidence and
Choose the right
apprenticeship or traineeship.
Find an employer and
organise work experience, this will give the student time to know if the
position is the right one.
Contact the school SAT
Co-ordinator who will guide you, your child and the employer through the
sign-up and relevant paper-work required to get started.
How can we
The Senior Secondary Department is available to assist the student with
updating their resume and work experience requirements. We also provide support
to the student throughout the school based apprenticeship or
School Liason Officer: Mrs Brenda