What is VET?
Vocational Education and Training (also known as VET) is education and training that focuses on providing skills for your future career.
At Emmaus, we offer several Certificate courses as senior study options.
Emmaus College (RTO code 31758) delivers:
SIT10216 – Certificate I in Hospitality
SIT20316 – Certificate II in Hospitality
Emmaus College has partnerships with external RTOs to deliver the following:
AHC20110 – Certificate II in Agriculture (RTO 1511)
AHC32816 – Certificate III in Rural Operations (RTO 1511)
SIS30513 – Certificate III in Sport and Recreation (RTO 31319)
At Emmaus College we also support senior students in completing:
School Based Traineeships
School Based Apprenticeships
If interested in traineeships, apprenticeships, TAFE Courses and/or work experience, please contact Janelle Hohenhaus, VET Pathways Officer.
Code of Practice
As a Registered Training Organisation (RTO), Emmaus College has agreed to operate within the Principles and Standards of the Australian Quality Training Framework. This includes a commitment to recognise the training qualifications issued by other Registered Training Organisations. The school is registered to deliver a range of VET programs under the direction of the Department of Education, Training and Employment (DETE). The mission of the school as an RTO is to deliver quality training and assessment across a range of selected industry areas in accordance with the National Training Packages. Emmaus College reserves the right to amend the code of practice to suit the needs of training organisations as required. All amendments will be in accordance with legislation governing RTOs.
What Is Competency Based Training (CBT)?
Each subject contains units of competency (modules) based on Competency Based Training (CBT), meaning it measures your ability to perform a specific task to a precise standard under specific conditions. These standards have been set by industry, and are set out in the VET Quality Framework (VQF). The College’s training and assessment practices are relevant to the needs of industry and informed by industry engagement.
How Do the Courses Run?
Each course will contain a variety of learning activities giving students the opportunity to progress according to individual learning styles. Students will be provided with multiple opportunities throughout the duration of the course to demonstrate competency. Students are encouraged to become actively involved in learning to ensure they are able to obtain and absorb the required knowledge and skills prior to assessment.
Structured Work Placement
Many VET courses include compulsory structured work placement. Work placement may occur during school hours or out of school hours, for example after school or in school holidays. Please refer to individual course outlines for work placement requirements.
Please contact Kate Davies, Learning and Teaching Leader for VET, for further information.