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VET is focused on equipping your child, no matter how they choose to study, with skills that make them employable now and into the future. 

What is VET?

VET gives them the start to a great career

Opportunities come in all shapes and sizes and success often starts with being able to recognise and respond to them.

Vocational Education and Training (VET) is a tertiary education solution that helps your children explore and prepare for their future career.  VET offers a huge range of study options to help them gain the skills, knowledge and know-how they need to make every opportunity work for them now and in the future.

Benefits of VET

Future Jobs

Equip your children to successfully embrace a rapidly changing jobs marketplace

Equipping them for the future

It is predicted today’s school leaver will have 17 jobs across 5 careers in their lifetime. By 2025, it is projected there could be as many as two million new jobs in Australia.

The demands of an ever-changing workforce suggest that our young people will be retraining, upskilling, changing careers or shifting from employment to self-employment then back again several times over the course of their working lives.

Jobs of Tomorrow Scholarship
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Benefits of VET

Industry Skills

VET partners with leading companies all over NSW

Skill-based education

VET partners with NSW industry and government to equip young people with the workplace-specific skills and knowledge they need to meet current and future employment demands.

Employers all over Australia hold VET qualifications in high regard. Our highly skilled graduates achieve employment rates and income comparable to, and often exceeding, those of university graduates. 

Our links with industry mean our courses are flexible, accessible and adapt more readily to changing workforce needs. 

There are many professions that are delivered through VET that may surprise you, and ones with strong job prospects.

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A VET Diploma or Advanced Diploma in Nursing provides students with the skills and knowledge required to provide nursing care for people across the health sector. 

Enrolled nurses integrate and adapt specialised, technical and theoretical knowledge to address a diverse range of clinical situations and challenges in their area of specialisation. They contribute to the continuous improvement of clinical practice using research and participation in broader organisational quality processes.

Jobs of Tomorrow scholarships may be available to students undertaking this qualification.

A VET qualification in Early Childcare Education and Care provides students with the skills required to design and implement curriculums for early childhood education and care services.  They work to implement an approved learning framework within the requirements of the Education and Care Services National Regulations and the National Quality Standard.

A VET qualification in the areas of finance or accounting offers students a chance to work on their leadership skills and learn how to apply theoretical and specialist knowledge and skills in a finance setting. Jobs include an Accountant, Accounting Clerk, Bookeeper, Financial Broker or a Financial Investments Advisor.

A VET qualification in the management arena offers students a chance to work on their leadership skills and learn how to apply theoretical and specialist knowledge and skills in a business setting. Jobs include management positions in retail, restaurants, call centres, distribution centres and large businesses.

A VET qualification in health can set you up for a career in a range of occupations, such as dental hygiene, optometry, pharmacy, disability services, mental health and aged-care, to fitness training, sports science, lifestyle coaching and nutrition. With over 75 Vocational and Training (VET) qualifications, there is sure to be health career just right for you.

A VET qualification in the Design field offers students a wide range of industries in which they can learn to apply their technical skills, from construction and the built environment to IT/multimedia to fashion. Jobs may include an Architectural, Building & Surveying Technician, Graphic or Web Designer, or Fashion Designer.

A VET qualification in the Agricultural area offers students a chance to engage in outdoor work such as cultivating land, growing plants, soil testing or raising stock. Jobs may include a Livestock Farm Worker, Agricultural Technician or farm owner/operator.

Employers: Invest in the future

VET develops transferable skills in our students, which benefit both the employer and employee. There is nothing more rewarding than helping people achieve their personal goals while working towards your business’s goals.