VET stands for Vocational Education & Training
Students have the opportunity to gain nationally recognised accreditation in industry standard competencies or modules.
A VET course offers students:
The East Adelaide Schools’ Cluster (EASC) represents the collaborative partnership and regional provision of Vocational Education and Training (VET) across all schooling sectors in the East of Adelaide. Comprising 19 schools and a range of training partners, the EASC compile courses that compliment student interests, school specialisations, regional and national skill shortage areas and experiences that lead to the development of transferable skills.
Each course contributes to SACE, allowing students to complete their SACE while getting a head start on their chosen career pathway.
For more information on the East Adelaide Schools Cluster VET partnership click here.
Please click below for more information on VET courses offered outside of the EASC.
There are many benefits to completing a VET course. Students can:
VET courses are included as part of a flexible timetable and can replace a SACE subject for a semester or a year. Students can choose to study a VET course in place of a subject at school.
Students should choose their VET course based on their personal interests and possible future career direction. It is important to research a course before committing to it, giving students a better understanding of the training they will undertake.
For further information on VET for your student, please contact Alex Turnbull (Coordinator: Flexible Learning, VET & Student Pathways) on email@example.com.