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Belridge SHS information for Year 12 VET 2013

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  • Straight from WACE manual Breadth and depth Complete a minimum of 20 course units or the equivalent. The 20 course units must include at least: - four course units from English, Literature and/or English as an Additional Language/Dialect, studied during Year 11 and Year 12 (at least two of these units must be completed in Year 12) - one pair of course units from each of List A (arts/languages/social sciences) and List B (mathematics/science/technology) completed in Year 12
  • Achieve a C grade average or better across the best 16 course units with at least 8 to be completed in Year 12. Endorsed programs and/or VET credit transfer (stand alone) can reduce the required number of course units by up to 6 units.
  • English language competence Achieve a C grade or better in any Stage 1 or higher course unit from English, Literature and/or English as an Additional Language/Dialect (except 1A and 1B for English as an Additional Language/Dialect). For students who have not achieved a C grade in one of their English, Literature and/or English as an Additional Language/Dialect course units, schools will need to compare a selection of the student’s work with the work samples to verify the student has demonstrated the required standard.
  • Students may apply for exemption if they are enrolled in three or fewer stage 2 or 3 pairs of units and are enrolled to complete at least 220 nominal hours of VET (leading to the completion of a qualification or approved skill set).
  • VET allows students to access a range of Training Packages that are nationally accredited and meet industry standards. Partnership arrangements are required between the school and a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) in order for learning outcomes to be recognised and to appear on the Statement of Results. The RTO may be the school or a TAFE college or a private provider. The RTO ensures that all training is delivered and assessed to ensure the student is competent to national standards. School leavers can complete national certificates with a range of providers, both private and government funded.
  • Assists students seeking full/part time employment or Registered Training Organisation entry WL1 – On the job training Units of competency Log book and evidence guide WL2 – Employability skills Log book and evidence guide Evidence guide PWGS – Work Skills Use part time employment or volunteer work Lob book and evidence journal
  • Maximum score = 100 points Qualification pathway Maximum score = 29 points Work experience/employment Maximum score = 29 points 0.002 points per hour worked Includes paid/unpaid, full-time/part-time work, work experience, voluntary work, community service Secondary education/Skill Development Maximum score = 42 points Scoring based on English result, plus best two other results OR Portfolio demonstrating evidence of skill (some qualifications in Arts and Entertainment areas)

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  • 1. INFORMATION FOR YEAR 12 1
  • 2. Western AustralianCertificate of Education (WACE) 2013 2
  • 3. WACE requirements 2013• Breadth and depth• Achievement standard• English language competence 3
  • 4. All CoursesGeneral pathway description Year 11 Year 12Typical University oriented 2A/2B 3A/3BpathwayTypical pathway to training and 1A/1B 2A/2Bemployment leaving open theoption 1C/1D 2A/2BTo ‘front door’ university entranceTypical pathway to further training 1A/1B 1C/1Dand/or employment VET Certificate 1 VET Certificate 2 4
  • 5. WACE requirements 2013Breadth and depth• complete a minimum of 20 course units or the equivalent• the 20 course units must include: - four course units from English, Literature and/or English as an Additional Language/Dialect, studied during Year 11 and Year 12 (two units completed in Year 12) - one pair of course units from each of List A (arts/languages/social sciences) and List B (mathematics/science/technology) completed in Year 12 5
  • 6. WACE requirements 2013Achievement standard• C grade average • 16 units • 8 in Year 12• Reductions for significant numbers of endorsed programs 6
  • 7. WACE requirements 2013English language competence• C grade in an English course unit OR• Work samples 7
  • 8. Examinations 2013• Compulsory at Stage 2 and 3 (unless exempt).• Students may apply for exemption if they are enrolled in three or fewer stage 2 or 3 pairs of units and are enrolled to complete at least 220 nominal hours of VET• NB: Students requiring an ATAR must sit exams 8
  • 9. Monitoring Progress• Talk to your sons and daughters, ask them how they are doing in each of their courses.• Make sure they are keeping up with assessment schedule requirements by:  helping them to map out a study timetable  ensuring that study (for ATAR 2 to 3 hours per weeknight) is a priority and becomes a habit.• Talk to our teachers, stay involved.
  • 10. What can you do to support your son or daughter?• Know what is required in order to achieve a WACE• Help your son or daughter set some realistic goals – Target ATAR, target scores in each of their courses• Ensure your son or daughter has a quiet place for home study• Reduce other commitments they may have – part time work, sport and social activity
  • 11. Year 12 Important Dates• Term 1: Weeks 10,11 (April 8-19). Mentors allocated to each Year 12 ATAR student• Term 2: Weeks 5 and 6 (June 4 -14) Semester 1 Exams Week 7 (June 17) Semester 2 courses begin• Term 3 Week 4 (August 12) TISC Applications Open Week 10 (Friday September 27) TISC Applications close• October Holidays Week 1 WACE Practical Exams (Sep 28 – Oct 6) Week 2 School Semester 2 Exams (October 7-11)• Term 4 WACE Exams (1 -28 November) Year 12 Graduation (Tues 29 October)
  • 12. Endorsed Programs 12
  • 13. Categories of Endorsed Programs• Workplace learning• University studies• VET credit transfer• Community organisation• Personal development 13
  • 14. CC Generic Personal Development ProgramsExamples:Work Skills, Whole School Production, RecreationalPursuits, Administration and Management, School Trip,Music Performance (Ensemble) 14
  • 15. Community Organisation Programs• Examples: Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award WA Recreational Skipper’s Ticket Bushrangers Level 1 SLWA Bronze Medallion SIM Music Ensemble Performance• A copy of evidence must be sighted by the school before achievement can be reported 15
  • 16. Vocational Education & Training VET and Workplace Learning 16
  • 17. The Australian Quality TrainingFramework (AQTF) is the national set ofstandards which assures nationallyconsistent, high-quality training andassessment services for the clients ofAustralia’s vocational education andtraining system. 17
  • 18. The Australian QualificationsFramework (AQF) is a qualityassured national framework ofqualifications in the school,vocational education and training(VET), and higher educationsectors in Australia. 18
  • 19. One of the key objectives of the AustralianQualifications Framework Council is tofacilitate pathways to, and through, formalqualifications. 19
  • 20. AQF Qualification by Sector of Accreditation Vocational Education andSchools Sector Higher Education Sector Training SectorAccreditation Accreditation Accreditation Vocational Graduate Diploma Doctoral Degree Vocational Graduate Certificate Masters Degree Advanced Diploma Graduate Diploma Diploma Graduate CertificateSenior Secondary Certificate of Education Certificate IV Bachelor Degree Certificate III Associate Degree Certificate II Advanced Diploma Certificate I Diploma 20
  • 21. VET Certificate Courses at Belridge SHSIn 2013, Belridge SHS will offer Nationally Recognised Australian QualificationsFramework (AQF), Certificate courses under auspice arrangements with a range ofRegistered Training Organisations (RTO)s•AUR10105 Certificate I in Automotive•BSB20107 Certificate 2 in Business•CHC20108 Certificate 2 in Community Services•CPC20211 Certificate 2 in Construction Pathways•MEM20105 Certificate 2 in Engineering•LMT21707 Certificate 2 in Fashion Design•LMF20309 Certificate 2 in Furniture Making•SIT10207 Certificate I in Hospitality•ICA20105 Certificate 2 in Information Technology•CUS20109 Certificate 2 in Music•SIS20210 Certificate 2 in Outdoor Recreation•SIS20510 Certificate 2 in Sport - Coaching•SIS20410 Certificate 2 in Sport – Career Oriented•CUV20111 Certificate 2 in Visual Art (2014)
  • 22. Student achievements from participation in school andcommunity based VET programs are recognised, and contribute to the achievement of WACE by being awarded ‘unit equivalence’. Course Unit equivalence = Completing 55 nominal hours training leading to theawarding of Units of Competence (UOC) from Industry Training Packages (VET Certificate Courses). Nominal hours are allocated to each UOC, and used as VET Credit Transfer can reduce the requirednumber of completed course units required to achieve a WACE as follows:
  • 23. Up to 10 unit equivalents may comprise endorsed programs and/or VET credit transfer, as indicated below: Total number of unit Total number of course units Total number of course units equivalents completed over over which the C average is that must be completed in Years 10 – 12 calculated Year 12 Less than 2 16 8 2 or 3 14 8 4 or 5 12 6Up 6 to 9 10 6 10 or more 10 4
  • 24. Endorsed programs and/or VET credit transfer can reduce the requirednumber of course units as follows Nominal hours Unit equivalent Nominal hours Unit equivalents less than 54 0 330-384 6 55-109 1 385-439 7 110-164 2 440-494 8 165-219 3 495-549 9 220-274 4 550-604 10 275-329 5 605+ 10
  • 25. These are the ‘Nominal hours’ allocated to each Unit of CompetenceTotal hours for all UOC 320 These are the Units of Competence in the SIS20210 Certificate 2 in Outdoor Recreation A student completing all UOC, and hence this Certificate, would be awarded 5 unit equivalents (5 x 55 = 275) (6x 55 = 330)
  • 26. AQF qualifications link with each otherin a range of learning pathwaysbetween schools, VET providersand higher education institutions as anindividuals learning and careerambitions require. 26
  • 27. Vocational Education andTraining in Schools (VETiS)• Involves the training and demonstration of competencies by the student• May include Workplace Learning (WL) and integrated units of competency• VET credit transfer counts towards WACE• Partnership arrangements with Registered Training Organisations (RTO) 27
  • 28. Benefits of VET for Students• Nationally recognised qualifications• Access to VET after leaving school• Access to industry expertise and equipment• Links with employers and industry• Broadens courses available to students• Alternative university entry pathway 28
  • 29. Endorsed Program Workplace LearningAssists students seeking full/part time employment orRegistered Training Organisation entry. Options are:• WL1 – On the job training• WL2 – Employability skills• PWGS – Work Skills 29
  • 30. University Alternative Entry 30
  • 31. Curtin University• AQF/TRAINING WA• Extension Studies• Open Universities Australia• Bridging/Enabling Courses• Special Consideration 31
  • 32. Murdoch University• High School Entry Awards – TEA/Dean’s Entry/Director of Admissions Entry• Tertiary Options Project (TOP)• AQF/TRAINING WA• On Track• Murdoch University Preparation Course• Access South-West 32
  • 33. Notre Dame University• AQF/TRAINING WA• Notre Dame Tertiary Enabling Program 33
  • 34. University of Western Australia• UWay• CountryWay• Provisional Entry• AQF/TRAINING WA 34
  • 35. Edith Cowan University• Portfolio Entry to Bachelor Courses: student studying 3 courses at Stage 2 or 3 and 1 course at Stage 1• Portfolio Entry to University Preparation Courses: student studying 2 courses at Stage 2 or 3 and 2 courses at Stage 1• Indigenous University Orientation Course 35
  • 36. TRAINING WA (TAFE) Admissions 36
  • 37. TRAINING WA (TAFE) entry requirements• All applicants must meet entry requirements• Courses are split into competitive and non competitive for entry purposes• Up to 60% of courses are competitive and selection criteria need to be meet• Check the website for latest details: http://www.trainingwa.wa.gov.au 37
  • 38. TRAINING WA (TAFE) entry requirementsEntry requirements may be expressed as:• A prerequisite competency based qualification e.g. entry to Cert IV Disability Work on successful completion of Cert III in Disabilities• Generic competencies that cover communication (reading, writing, speaking and listening) and mathematics skills 38
  • 39. Selection Criteria for Competitive EntryMaximum score = 100 points:• Qualification pathway• Work experience/employment• Secondary education/Skill Development 39
  • 40. TRAINING WA (TAFE)• Preferred subjects have been removed from selection criteria• Applicants will be able to provide any school-based evidence, formal certification, evidence of work and life experience to meet entry requirements for TRAINING WA (TAFE)• See TRAINING WA website for entry requirements 41
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  • 43. Communication MathsCertificate IV in Beauty TherapyDiploma of Building and ConstructionDiploma of Business 44
  • 44. 45
  • 45. Level / GradeSCORE 7 Stage 3 with A grade 6.25 Stage 3 with B grade Stage 2 with A grade or 5.75 Stage 3 with C Grade Stage 1 with A grade or 5.5 Stage 2 with B grade Stage 1 with B grade or 5.25 Stage 2 with C grade 5 Stage 1 with C grade 46
  • 46. ATAR STUDENT (Training WA Selection Criteria)Course Grade Points3A ENG B 6.253B ENG C 5.753A MAT C 5.753B HIM A 7.03B CHE B 6.252B MPA A 5.75 TOTAL POINTS 38.75
  • 47. VET STUDENT ADVANTAGECourse Grade Points1D ENG A 5.51C FSTP A 5.51DWPL A 5.52BMAT B 5.52AMPA C 5.251C MDTW B 5.25 Total Education 32.5+ Qualification pathway (C1AUTO) 18+Workplace Learning (200hrs x 0.002) 4 TOTAL 54.5
  • 48. Other choices for next yearThese pathways are:• a program of study provided by a university established within Australia• a training program accredited under the Vocational Education and Training Act 1996 (this includes TRAINING WA colleges and private registered training organisations)• an apprenticeship or a traineeship• approved employment• an approved (gazetted) course with a community based organisation• a combination of any of the above, including school based apprenticeships (SBA) and school based traineeships (SBT) 50
  • 49. In Summary• Select six courses (Course Units and / or up to three VET Certificates)• Select two RESERVE courses• Consider the competitive advantage of selecting VET courses for TAFE / Vocational pathways• Select a minimum of five Stage 2/3 courses for a strong ATAR pathway
  • 50. Questions?