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Vocational Education and Training

 
​Students of South East Region Learning College have flexibility in their timetable and therefore may choose to  undertake additional opportunities of training suitable for their college timetable.

Vocational Education and Training in Schools (VETis) and External Training

From 1 July 2014, each year 10, 11 or 12 student in Queensland may access ONE funded employment stream qualification while at school.  It is important that student carefully consider their choices when choosing external training as any additional training above the one funded qualification will incur a “fee for service”.
 
Examples of opportunities that students of South East Region Learning College (SERLC) may be interested in including in their timetable, either on or off SERLC campus include (but not limited to):
 
 
For more information about VETiS funding visit:  https://training.qld.gov.au/training/incentives/vetis
 
For more information or assistance with external training and SAT opportunities, appointments can be with the Transition Officer at each campus, through the administration desk at each campus.
 

School Based Apprenticeships and Traineeships (SATs)

What is a SAT?
 
  • An apprenticeship or traineeship that can be undertaken part time while a student is completing their secondary schooling.
 
Who can do a SAT?
 
  • Students aged 15-17, however most organisations advertise for year 10 or 11.
  • Students that have a minimum of 10 months of enrolment at SERLC but most employers/organisations require students to have 11-12 months remaining at school.
 
How do I find a SAT?
 
  • Vacancies lists are sent regularly to SERLC – refer to organisation list
  • Employment websites such as Jora or Indeed
  • Current employer
  • Family or friends
  • Work experience
 
What is involved in a SAT?
 
 
For more information or assistance with external training and SAT opportunities, appointments can be with the Transition Officer via the administration desk at each campus.