A Vocational Educational and Training program whilst at school allows you to learn about industry pathways and gain skills that are relevant to industry needs. Success in your program can lead to pathways to immediate employment and further education such as university studies.
You will have the opportunity to attain nationally recognised qualifications, skill sets or part qualifications endorsed by industry, real life experience in a workplace, and completion of your Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE).
Students can also get started on an apprenticeship or traineeship by becoming involved in the Pre-Apprenticeships in Schools (PAIS).
Why apply for a VET in Schools (VETiS) Program?
VETiS programs develop your work, employability and life skills, and broaden your career options.
gives you a realistic view of industry expectations.
frequently improves your employment prospects and improves your chances of selection for other training courses, and offers pathways into higher education.
makes school more relevant to what you might do when you finish school while allowing you complete your WACE.
Entry into a VET in Schools (VETiS) program is managed the School VET Coordinator.
Students must have a minimum ‘C’ Grade English and Maths in their most recent school report. Some courses require a higher level of these subjects.
Students must be in year 11 or 12 in the year they are undertaking the program.
Pre-Apprenticeship in Schools (PAIS)
The Pre-Apprenticeships In Schools (PAIS) program is a fantastic opportunity for students in Years 11 and 12 who are enrolled in the Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE), to be one step ahead of other young people who want to undertake an apprenticeship. It is a school-based training program and is intended as a transition from school to an apprenticeship.
It provides an introduction into the apprenticeship opportunities within various trades. Training commences in year 11 with a mixture of Institute based training and actual work experience within the industry of choice. During this stage students must attend school, undertake Units of Competency within the program at a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) participating in the program and be linked to a minimum of two employers for work placement throughout the duration of the program. This gives students exposure to employers in the industry.
Contact your School VET Coordinator or the Youth Initiatives Coordinator at the South Regional TAFE
Youth Initiatives Coordinator: