Vocational Education and Training (VET) at Lumen Christi College promotes the idea that all students have access to high quality pathways to facilitate effective transitions between school, training, further education and employment.
VET is the perfect introduction into the world of work. It develops work, employability and life skills, and broadens their view of career options, along with a realistic understanding of industry expectations.
Each training program we offer will provide students with practical skills and knowledge to be competent in their chosen occupational area. Working alongside TAFE colleges, we seek to provide a diverse range of opportunities ranging from pre-apprenticeship to Diploma level courses.
The involvement in VET gives students the opportunity to gain national accredited qualification upon successfully completing the course.
VET at Lumen
VET Stand Alone Options
The Year 10 VET program focuses on exposing students to the Music Industry. The College offers Certificate II in Music Industry.
Year 11 & 12
VET Stand Alone courses
In Upper School, the VET at Lumen program offers students a wide variety of options and students can specialise in areas of interest in their choice of industries.
The Stand Alone programs at Lumen provide students the opportunity to complete a Vocational qualification in the area of Business, IT, Creative arts and Engineering courses within the College.
Lumen Christi offers the following Stand Alone courses:
- BSB30115 Certificate III in Business
- MEM20413 Certificate II in Engineering Pathways
- MEM30505 Certificate III in Engineering (Technical)
- CUA30120 Certificate III in Dance
- CUA31120 Certificate III in Visual Art
- CUA30915 Certificate III in Music Industry
VET at TAFE
1 day a week at an Registered Training Organisation (RTO)
To take advantage of the wide range of vocational qualifications, students are encouraged to participate in the VTAFE (VET at TAFE) program linked with a number of Training Providers.
Students will attend a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) one day per week and work towards a national accredited certificate at a Cert II, Cert III or Cert IV level whilst completing high school.
Students will be treated in a similar manner to full time students/staff at the TAFE/Training Centre/Work Placement and will need to account for any absences from the TAFE/Training Centre/Work Placement during the pre-negotiated dates of their training. Advance notice of a planned absence should be provided to the TAFE Lecturer/Training Centre Coordinator/Work Placement Supervisor in writing at least one week prior to the absence so that the Training Supervisor can be notified.
Vocational qualifications are available in the following areas:
- Automotive Electrical
- Children's Services
- Community Services
- Digital Media
- Health Services
- Information Technology Networking
- Painting & Decorating
- Plumbing & Gas Fitting
School Based Traineeship (SBT)
School Based Traineeships allow students in Years 11 and 12 to develop skills and get paid while they prepare for a career in the workforce. Students work towards secondary graduation and an industry recognised qualification.
Students enter into a legally binding contract between the employer, the student and parent/ guardian to complete the traineeship.
Trainees enter into a contract with an employer in order to gain hands-on skills and work experience while earning a wage.
Office Hours and Contact Details:
The VET Office is open Monday-Friday during school hours.
Katherine Voola – Head of VET and Transition Services.
Location: Senior Transition Centre, G Block
T: (08) 9394 9356