Pathway and Transition Journeys

As we move closer to the end of the year it is timely to recap the many opportunities that our students have participated in on their pathway and transition journeys.

Year at a glance…

64 Year 10 Vocational Certificates and 14 Statements of Attainment

– Hospitality, Creative Industries, Business, and Information, Digital Media and Technology

Qualifications (Year 11 and 12 still being finalised)


Year 10, 11 1and 12 Participation in CIT training:

  • White card and Asbestos – 70 students
  • Working at heights – 40 students
  • Responsible Service of Alcohol – 23 students


Work experience has been undertaken by students in years 10, 11 and 12, in a variety of industries including but not limited to, Electrical, Construction, Plumbing, Childcare, veterinary, Automotive, Department of Defence, Real Estate, Primary Education, live production

  • Term 1 – 8 students
  • Term 2 – 13 students
  • Term 3 – 8 students
  • Term 4  – 22 students
    Canberra Hospital – 8 students
  • Structures workplace Learning – 25


10 Australian School based Apprenticeships

  • Certificate lll Electrotechnology Electrician
  • Certificate lll in Plumbing
  • Certificate lll in Early Childhood Education and care
  • Certificate lll in Business
  • Certificate ll in Warehousing Operations
  • Certificate lll in Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration
  • Certificate lll in Hospitality
  • Certificate lll in landscape Construction
  • Certificate lll in hairdressing
  • Certificate lll in Carpentry

Students have been engaged in the following programs that are made available through collaboration with providers such as The Australian Training Company, Access Recognised Training, CIT, ANU and Employers ACT and NSW:

  • Hospitality HotStart
  • Women in Trade
  • Women in IT
  • World Skills
  • CIT 2019 taster day
  • Multi Industry Program – Business, Real Estate and IT
  • Careers Expo
  • Big Day in

Finally, these experiences are not possible without the support of local employers, CIT and the various other industry providers. Thank you to those in our community that continue to support our students as they explore the world of work.


Bernadette Bradley

VET and Careers Coordinator

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