About the Centre for Skills and Training
Darwin High School students have access to a wide range of Vocational Education and Training (VET) programs that offer students recognised training within an industry area of their choosing.
The centre provides vocational education training pathways for students at Darwin High School and invites students to register for the upcoming intake. Students will be able to enter a pathway focused on gaining the skills that may lead to a School Based Apprenticeship or Traineeship while gaining their NTCET or a full-time apprenticeship post-school. This will enable students to gain competencies towards Certificate II or III as well as NTCET credits.
Students will learn skills such as:
- financial literacy
- team work
- problem solving
What will I learn?
Students will undertake a VET course or work experience and PLP, English, Mathematics and Wellbeing at school.
Other courses or programs may be available to students not undertaking VET or a School Based Apprenticeship i.e. Duke of Edinburgh, First Aid, Community Studies, Royal Life Saving.
Students will undertake a VET course or School-Based Apprenticeship or Traineeship, English, Mathematics, Community Studies and Wellbeing.
- Expression of interest for a VET program submitted.
- Interest in pursuing a school-based apprenticeship, traineeship or trade.
- Commitment to participating in work experience.
- Demonstrated commitment to attend and engage in the program.
- Commitment to achieving the NTCET.
As above or currently undertaking a SBAT.
Families must complete the expression of interest form and interviews will be held for those shortlisted. Further information will be provided at the interview. Current Darwin High School students and those residing in our feeder area will be given priority placement.