VET Subject Selection

Vocational Education and Training (VET)                

VET in the VCE or VCAL allows students to include vocational studies within their senior secondary certificate. Students undertake nationally recognised training that contributes to their VCE or VCAL.

VET may contribute to the VCE at the Units 1 and 2 or Units 3 and 4 level, and may also contribute to the Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR).

VET contributes to the VCAL through satisfying the requirements of the Industry Specific Skills or Work Related Skills strands. Each completed 90-hour block of VET equals one VCAL unit.

Mount Clear College is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO). RTOs are registered to deliver quality- assured and nationally recognised training and qualifications. Mount Clear College (No. 21741) is registered under the Victorian Registration and Qualifications Authority.

Certificates and Statements of Attainment

The RTO is responsible for ensuring students are enrolled in an accredited state or nationally recognised VET course. Most courses are based on Training Packages that are nationally agreed units of competency and qualifications.

Students deemed competent in all units of a training qualification will receive a nationally recognised Certificate. Students deemed competent in some units will receive a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment.

Third Party arrangements

Students will be notified of any training provided by a Third Party.

Group 1: Mount Clear College VET programs

Given sufficient enrolment, the following programs may be offered internally at Mount Clear College and will be blocked as part of the normal timetable. Students need to complete the Subject Selection Form to apply for:

  • Building and Construction ($300)*
  • Chinese ($30)*
  • Hospitality ($300)*
  • Music (Performance) ($150)*

Group 2: Mount Clear College Highlands LLEN cluster VET programs

Given sufficient enrolment, the following programs may be offered at Mount Clear College as part of the Ballarat cluster of secondary schools. Students need to apply online and attend an interview for:

  • Dance ($210)*
  • Music (Sound Production) ($180)*

Group 3: Highlands LLEN cluster VET programs

Given sufficient enrolment, the following are an indication of programs that may be offered at various Ballarat locations as part of the Ballarat cluster of secondary schools. Students need to apply online and attend an interview for:

2021 Programs List

School Assessed Programs

VET Brochure

o  Agriculture

($10)*

o  Fashion Design

($360)*

o  Allied Health

($0)*

o  Health Services

($150)*

o  Animal Studies

($130)*

o  Horticulture

(TBC)

o  Bricklaying

(TBC)

o  Information, Digital

($115)*

o  Automotive

($56)*

Media & Technology

 

o  Community Services

($100)*

o  Laboratory Skills

($160)*

o  Early Childhood

($200)*

o  Painting & Decorating

(TBC)

Education & Care

 

o  Plumbing

($240)*

o  Electrotechnology

($180)*

o  Retail Cosmetics

($310)*

o  Engineering

($148)*

o  Salon Assistant

($315)*

o  Equine

($200)*

o  Screen & Media

($125)*

  

o  Visual Arts (Photography)

(TBC)

Note

As Group 2 and 3 programs may clash with regular VCE and VCAL classes, students need to catch up any missed work.

Work placement, and additional classes, are a compulsory component of some VET programs and may need to be undertaken during school holidays.

Costs

Students are required to pay for the cost of materials but not the cost of tuition. A non-refundable, maximum payment of $70 towards the cost of materials is required by the end of the current school year to secure enrolment.

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VET

Highlands LLEN VET Cluster

At the Highlands LLEN VET Cluster, we offer VET (Vocational Education and Training) Programs to Secondary Students.   This is called VETDSS.

VET

SIT20316 Certificate II in Hospitality

This qualification provides students with training and skills that enhance their employment prospects within a broad range of hospitality settings, with a training credit towards the apprenticeship training plan.