The VET for school students policy, released in term 4, 2019, sets out the government’s strategic direction and plans for reforming how VET is delivered in schools. It aims to clearly articulate pathways to employment, embed career education in school and provide for quality VET, designed with industry, to better prepare students for the world of work.
HITsa is excited to be involved with this important initiative. Please contact us to discuss training opportunities in these 2021 pathways:
- Aged Care and Disability
For circumstances where employers don’t require a full qualification, but a package of training tailored to their workplace, cadetships will be developed. Under a cadetship, a student will undertake specified units of training, designed with their employer, whilst employed and completing their SACE.
Students that are yet to choose a pathway can undertake skills clusters, pre-vocational qualifications and VET tasters to build their portfolio of skills and prepare them for further education and employment.