Year 10 Transition Program

Year 10 Transition Program

Parent Information Session – Wednesday 12 June 2019, 7.00 pm

Delivering a wide range of certificates through external training providers and offering an alternative pathway for trades, employment and university, Rossmoyne Senior High School’s Transition Program prepares our Year 11 and 12 students for the future.

Parents and Year 10 students wishing to apply for Vocational and Education (VET) courses in 2020 are advised to attend the upcoming information session on Wednesday 12 June to learn more about the program.

To view a list of certificates courses that may be available for Year 11s in 2020 log onto SEQTA (Documents):  2020 VET Proposed Certificate Courses

Places are competitive and require motivated students.

Date: Wednesday 12 June 2019, 7.00 pm
Venue: Performing and Visual Arts Centre,
Rossmoyne Senior High School
RSVP Please register by Tuesday 11 June 2019

Book to reserve your place HERE

Why join the 2020 Vocation Education and Training (VET) Transition Program?

The Transition Program has achieved significant outcomes for our students and is now a sought after pathway for our Senior School students.

Our Class of 2018 graduates were recently recognised by the School Curriculum and Standards Authority with two West Australian award winners including the top student in two course areas. Students who completed a Certificate IV / Diploma through the Transition Program and are now at University (Curtin, Notre Dame, Murdoch, E.C.U.) studying Nursing, Commerce, Education, Human Resources, Supply Chain Management, Media, Music, Psychology, Cyber Security, all without an Australian Tertiary Admission Ranking (ATAR). Some students started apprenticeship while at school in Year 11/12 getting a head-start on their careers.

In 2019, 143 Year 11 and Year 12 students are enrolled in the Transition Program at Rossmoyne Senior High School. The Transition Program initially offered mainly trade based qualifications but now offers a wide range of courses working towards employment, further TAFE studies and University. All courses are nationally recognised; are accredited by the School Curriculum and Standards Authority; and count towards the Year 12 Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE).

Students excel in the Transition Program as they are able to thrive in an industry-related learning environment where the workplace calls for independent thinking, maturity, responsibility, and organisational skills leading to incredible growth.

When considering courses for 2020 this is definitely an exciting, relevant and satisfying course to be involved in.

Mr Shane Lucas
Vocational Education (VET) Coordinator and
Head of Learning Area: Careers and Vocational Education (CAVE)

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