Vocational Education and Training (VET)
World of work
St Peter’s Catholic College is widely recognised and highly successful in providing multiple pathways for our learners through personalised learning programs, development of entrepreneurial skills and transition to the world of work through sustained partnerships with the wider community. With 9 different Vocational Frameworks and other courses, subject choices are rich and diverse and include School Based Apprenticeships and Traineeships (SBATs), External VET, online courses and post school careers connections through work placement opportunities.
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VET student success
Our commitment to quality delivery of VET is acknowledged by the receipt of numerous prestigious Awards: VET School of the Year, CCATC and State Training Apprentice and Trainee of the Year, WorldSkills Awards, Battle of the Chefs and Battle of the Business Assistants, and outstanding HSC results: NESA Top Achievers Awards: Ist Entertainment; 2nd, 3rd, 10th Business Services, 1st Retail Services and multiple Band 6 and 5s.
Trade Training Centre
Our VET facilities are industry standard, and include a Trade Training Centre, which prepares our life-long learners with the skills and knowledge to meet the ever-increasing challenges of the world of work, locally and as global citizens.
VET courses delivered at St Peter’s
develops pathways to a industry including community service, sport and recreation, emergency services and human services sectors through being involved in community service and social justice activities.
provides knowledge and a range of skills suitable for employment in a business environment or starting your own business, including events management, real estate, building, nursing and the police force.
provides opportunities for students to develop relevant technical, vocational and interpersonal competencies suitable for employment and further training in the construction industry.
covers many aspects of the production of any type of live performance or event and includes audio, front of house, lighting, staging and vision systems.
the hospitality industry is one of the largest sectors in Australia. This course develops knowledge and skills applicable to employment as a barista, chef, cook, kitchen hand, and manager.
in a growing sector, this course provides knowledge and skills in technical support, multimedia and web development, desktop publishing, graphic design, programming and help desk operators.
provides opportunities for students to develop relevant technical, vocational and interpersonal competencies suitable for employment and further training in manufacturing, engineering and related services industries.
develops knowledge and skills in working as a team, customer service, operating retailing equipment, sales and marketing, stock control and development of good management skills
develops skills in coaching practices, knowledge in the sport, fitness and recreation industry and how to coach and teach skills in athletics, injury prevention, surf lifesaving and first aid.
School Based Apprenticeships and Traineeships (SBATs)
BEC and CEC non certificate courses
The purpose of this course is to enable students to demonstrate the additional knowledge, understandings, skills, values and attitudes they develop from the on-the-job training component of a school-based apprenticeship or traineeship.
Explores the needs of a significantly coastal and waterways-based population and fostering links to tertiary study and vocational pathways. It provides a wide range of marine-based leisure experiences in a safe setting through practical and theoretical learning and skill development.