Did you know

The SA Skills Commission has identified that 84% of the 50 occupations projected to have the most job growth in the next 8 years do not require a Uni Bachelor degree?

Some 2020 stats from the SACE board for Cornerstone:

  • 79 students had completed some form of VET that contributed directly to their SACE completion
  • 44 students completed full qualifications
  • 43.75% of students completed their SACE with VET (this is similar across the state)

Vocational Education and Training (VET) courses can include:

  • Community Services and Health
  • Agriculture
  • Horticulture
  • Animal Care
  • Creative Industries (eg 3D Animation, Music)
  • Service Industries (eg hospitality, hair and beauty)
  • Trades and Technology

….and many more!

If you/your student are considering a Vocational Education and Training (VET) course for 2022 as part of their SACE/school, please attend this interactive workshop being offered by the Pathways team, covering

  • What is VET
  • What VET courses are available
  • Funding/costs
  • How does VET fit in with SACE/School?
  • A guided process looking at subject choices and how VET may impact on those choices