Operating under National Provider No 30474 and QCAA No 242. Congratulations if you decide to participate in a nationally recognised vocational course.
All of the VET programs offered by Toowoomba State High School can lead to a nationally recognised qualification (Certificate) if you complete all of the requirements of the qualification, or a Statement of Attainment for those parts that you do successfully complete (if you do not complete the full qualification). The Certificate/Statement of Attainment will be recognised in all eight States/Territories in Australia.
Courses available at Toowoomba State High School delivered by the school are:
- BSB10115 Certificate I Business
- BSB20115 Certificate II Business
- ICT10115 Certificate I Information, Digital Media and Technology
- ICT20115 Certificate II in Information, Digital Media and Technology
- MSF10113 Certificate I in Furnishing
- MSM10216 Certificate 1 in Manufacturing (Pathways)
- FSK10213 Certificate I in Vocational Pathways
- FSK20113 Certificate II in Skills for Work & Vocational Pathways
- CUA20615 Certificate 11 in Music Pathways
We do have other VET courses offered at Toowoomba State High delivered by other Registered Training Organisation(RTO) . They include:
- MEM20413 Certificate II in Engineering Pathways. The name of the RTO is Blue Dog Training (BDT) RTO No – 31193 and
- CHC30113 Certificate 111 Early Childhood Education and Care. The name of the RTO is Foundation Education RTO No-22557
Your VET teacher will provide students with full information about the VET qualification/s you are participating in at this school, including an overview of the specific units of competency, assessment requirements, vocational outcomes, etc.
Student enrolment in a VET qualification
If a student enrols into a VET Qualification, or changes their subject into a VET Qualification, they need to be made aware of the following three (3) possibilities:
- They will have sufficient time to complete the VET Qualification
- They would only be able to complete the qualification if the student undertakes further work outside of the timetabled allocation
- They will have insufficient time to complete the full VET Qualification
The school must have certain physical and human resources to run VET courses. If the school loses access to these resources, the school will attempt to provide students with alternative opportunities to complete the course and the related qualification. The school retains the right to cancel the course if it is unable to meet requirements.