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Unique Student Identifier

All students enrolling in VET programs in 2019 will require a Unique Student Identifier number (USI). A photo of the family medicare card is required for student's identification. Visit the Careers Room for assistance obtaining a USI.

 
Try A Day

Year 9 & 10 students have the opportunity to attend AGA Trade Training Centre in Deer Park on Thursday 13th September to explore apprenticeship career pathways in plumbing, carpentry, electrical & automotive. See Careers Team if interested.

 
VET 2019

Year 9 -11 Students enrolling in a WEC VET program in 2019 must pay $100 deposit. VET enrolments are open 30 July - Aug 10, 2018

 
2018 - Year 12 VTAC Applications
  • Aug 06: Registrations open
  • Aug 06: Course, SEAS and scholarship applications open $36
  • Sep 27: Timely course applications close
  • Sep 27: Late course applications open $105
  • Oct 12: SEAS & Scholarship applications  close
 
Casual Employment

You can sign up for employment at the following websites:

Coles, www.colescareers.com.au/

KFC, http://bit.ly/1kOrqrJ

Hungry Jacks, www.hungryjacks.com.au/

Sportsgirl, www.sportsgirl.com.au/get-a-job

Woolworths, www.wowcareers.com.au/

Muffin Break, http://bit.ly/1Q63Sq7

Kmart, www.kmart.com.au/jobs

Target, www.target.com.au/company/careers

Myer, www.myer.com.au/careers/

Red Rooster, www.redrooster.com.au/careers

Sussan, www.sussan.com.au/

McDonald’s, http://bit.ly/1Bmfpeo

Bunnings, www.bunnings.com.au/join-our-team

Donut King, http://www.donutking.com.au/

Boost, www.boostjuice.com.au/boost-jobs

About 80% of all job vacancies aren’t advertised, so it is crucial that you market yourself to businesses with an excellent resume and cover letter. Make sure you tell as many people as possible that you are looking for work as often employers rely on ‘word of mouth’ to recruit for their positions.

 

 
Student Recognition
VET Engineering 2017

Here are some examples of the projects completed by our current Year 2 Engineering Students:  
Jacob Spence (Yr 11)

and Wilondra Kashindi (Year 12).

The students had to interpret drawings and use lathes, milling machines and pedestal drills to manufacture a large, wobbly stationary engine. The completed product operates as a 2 stroke engine fuelled by compressed air. The students should be very pleased with the skills and knowledge they have developed in VET Engineering during the 2 year program.

Click here to view video of Engineering project in action.

 
2017 SBATs

On Thursday 16th November CVGT presented Tuna Mabok, Ronila Monalo, Baran Hosseini and Chelsea Dennis with their certificates of completion for their School Based Apprenticeships. Each student received Certificate III in Individual Support with Chelsea receiving a special award for her efforts throughout the year. MSC would like to congratulate each of these students for their dedication to their career pathways.

 

 
2017 WEC VET Awards

The 2nd WEC VET in School Awards was held  at Tapcorp Park on 12 November. Congratulations to the following students who received VET awards in the following programs:

Automotive:

Year 1 Endeavour Award – Jeremy Wall (Year 10)

Year 2 Outstanding Award – Brenden Fischer (Year 11)

Creative Industries & Screen and Media

Year 1 Outstanding Award – Declan Porter (Year 11)

Year 2 Endeavour Award – Sebastian Caiafa (Year 11)

Early Childhood Education &  Care

Year 1 Endeavour Award – Emilee Mowlam (Year 10)

Electrotechnology

Year 2 Outstanding Award – Jacob Anderson (Year 11)

Engineering

Year 2 Outstanding Award – Jacob Spence (Year 11)

Salon Assistant

Year 1 Endeavour Award – Chloe Stokes (Year 10)

Year 1 Outstanding Award – Emily Reeve (Year 10)

Sport and Recreation

Year 1 Most Improved – Tayla Peatling (Year 10)

Principal Award

Year 2 Salon Assistant - Kayla Henderson (Year 11)

VET Excellence Award

Year 1 Student – Emily Reeve (Year 10)

 
 
STUDENT AREA