VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING HANDBOOK 2018 - RESPECT - RESPONSIBILITY - RESILIENCE

 
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING HANDBOOK 2018 - RESPECT - RESPONSIBILITY - RESILIENCE
RESPECT - RESPONSIBILITY - RESILIENCE

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND
 TRAINING HANDBOOK 2018
         www.ejehs.sa.edu.au
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING HANDBOOK 2018 - RESPECT - RESPONSIBILITY - RESILIENCE
INTRODUCTION                                                                                                                       CONTENTS
    The Edward John Eyre High School VET Handbook has been designed to provide an overview of Vocational Education and                 What is VET?......................................................................................................................................................................4
    Training offerings available to our students, in support of the Pathways Counselling process. This information will be useful in   Why study VET at School?.................................................................................................................................................4
    planning for individual goals and aspirations for a future beyond school.                                                          Snap shot of VET in the SACE...........................................................................................................................................5
    Edward John Eyre High School (EJEHS) works in partnership with TAFE SA to deliver over fifteen courses at Certificate II and       Australian School Based Apprenticeship/Traineeships (ASBA) and the SACE.................................................................6
    Certificate III qualifications as part of its commitment to Vocational Education and Training (VET). Supporting students to        VET Recognition Register..................................................................................................................................................6
    access VET at school is critical to ensuring students are equipped with the skills that meet the needs of our future workforce.    VET for an Australian Tertiary Admissions Ranking (ATAR)..............................................................................................7
                                                                                                                                       Examples of VET in the ATAR............................................................................................................................................7
    EJEHS has always supported and prepared students for their pathways post school through a range of school based programs.
                                                                                                                                       VET at Edward John Eyre High School...............................................................................................................................8
    By offering students a platform to connect school with industry through quality VET programs can help school graduates meet
                                                                                                                                       EJEHS VET Student Guidelines for Conduct ....................................................................................................................8
    the higher demands of the workplace and a globally competitive environment.
                                                                                                                                       VET Week Blocks...............................................................................................................................................................9
    Our school prides itself on providing a breadth of curriculum offerings for our students. This enables students flexibility in     Should I do a VET Course?............................................................................................................................................. 10
    their subject choices and the opportunity to identify a subject package which may include a VET course that suits their needs.     Work Placement............................................................................................................................................................. 11
    When choosing subjects/courses, students should think about subjects that:                                                         Department of Communities and Social Inclusion Criminal (DCSI) History Check....................................................... 11
    • align with future/career aspirations                                                                                             Stage 2 VET Workplace Practices................................................................................................................................... 11
    • they enjoy studying                                                                                                              VET Local Delivery for Regional Students...................................................................................................................... 12
    • enable them to work to their strengths                                                                                           Accommodation options for VET Local Delivery Students............................................................................................ 12
    • will challenge them and provide a number of broader options.                                                                       Accommodation.......................................................................................................................................................... 13
    This handbook guide is useful for students, parents/caregivers and pathways counselling staff to discuss study and career            Food............................................................................................................................................................................. 13
    planning, for further information, talk to one of our Student Pathways counsellors.                                                  Transport..................................................................................................................................................................... 13
                                                                                                                                         Supervision while in Whyalla...................................................................................................................................... 13
                                                                                                                                       VET application and interviews...................................................................................................................................... 14
                                                                                                                                       Course Costings/Payment Arrangements....................................................................................................................... 15
                                                                                                                                         EJEHS Students........................................................................................................................................................... 15
                                                                                                                                         Regional/Local Delivery Students................................................................................................................................ 15
                                                                                                                                       Areas of Study at Edward John Eyre High School........................................................................................................... 15
                                                                                                                                       Examples of VET Supporting Educational Pathways...................................................................................................... 16
                                                                                                                                       Certificate II Automotive Servicing Technology............................................................................................................. 18
                                                                                                                                       Certificate II Construction Pathways.............................................................................................................................. 20
                                                                                                                                       Certificate II Electrotechnology (Career Start)............................................................................................................... 22
                                                                                                                                       Certificate II Engineering................................................................................................................................................ 24
                                                                                                                                       Certificate II Music.......................................................................................................................................................... 26
                                                                                                                                       Certificate II Salon Assistant........................................................................................................................................... 28
                                                                                                                                       Certificate III Hospitality (Kitchen Operations Stream).................................................................................................. 30
                                                                                                                                       Certificate III Allied Health Assistance............................................................................................................................ 32
                                                                                                                                       Certificate III Early Childhood Education and Care........................................................................................................ 34
                                                                                                                                       Certificate III Health Services Assistance....................................................................................................................... 36
                                                                                                                                       Certificate III Individual Support (Ageing)...................................................................................................................... 38
                                                                                                                                       Certificate III Fitness....................................................................................................................................................... 40
                                                                                                                                       Certificate III Sport and Recreation................................................................................................................................ 42
                                                                                                                                       Certificate III Media........................................................................................................................................................ 44
                                                                                                                                       Certificate III Tourism..................................................................................................................................................... 46

                        Term 1 Week 2 2017 Induction Day for all VET Students at TafeSA, Whyalla

2   EJEHS VET HANDBOOK                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        EJEHS VET HANDBOOK   3
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING HANDBOOK 2018 - RESPECT - RESPONSIBILITY - RESILIENCE
WHAT IS VET?                                                                                                               SNAP SHOT OF VET IN THE SACE
    Vocational Education and Training (VET) enables students to acquire skills and knowledge for work through a                As part of their SACE, students can complete Vocational Education and Training (VET) that is within the AQF
    nationally recognised industry-developed training package or accredited course. VET is delivered, assessed, and            (Australian Qualifications Framework). The SACE Board’s recognition arrangements enable students to build
    certified by registered training organisations (RTOs).                                                                     meaningful pathways in the SACE through VET.
    Undertaking VET may benefit students’ exploration of a variety of career pathways; it is not just reserved for a pathway         • Students can gain up to 150 of their 200 SACE credits at Stage 1 and/or Stage 2 from VET.
    within the trades (e.g. plumbing, automotive, and construction). Students can complete VET qualifications in a                   • Completed Certificate III (or higher) will contribute to 1 subject in the calculation of an Australian
    diverse range of industries, including business administration, veterinary nursing, aged care, or sport and recreation.             Territory Admissions Ranking (ATAR).
                                                                                                                                     • VET within SACE aims to help student to make a successful transition from school to further education,
                                                                                                                                        training, and or employment.
    WHY STUDY VET AT SCHOOL?                                                                                                   The recognition arrangements for VET in the SACE include recognition of:
                                                                                                                                     • completed qualifications
    Vocational Education and Training (VET) is designed to expand opportunities and pathways for senior secondary
                                                                                                                                     • partly completed qualifications (for which a student has completed one or more units of competency).
    students, and improve educational outcomes in line with Edwards John Eyre High Schools and state government
    objective to increase the number of students achieving their South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE).             The SACE Board recognises VET that:
                                                                                                                                    • is listed on the www.training.gov.au website
                                                                                                                                    • is delivered and assessed by, or under the auspices of, registered training organisations (RTOs), which are
                                                                                                                                       registered to deliver and/or assess the VET qualification
                                                                                                                                    • is delivered and assessed in accordance with the VET Quality Framework
    VET AND THE SACE                                                                                                                • can be certified on a transcript, statement of attainment, or qualification issued by an RTO.

                        ‘C’ Grade or better
                        Stage 1 or Stage 2
                        Numeracy 10 credits                                          ‘C-’ Grade or better
                        Stage 1 Personal                                             Stage 2 Research
                                                                10 10                Project 10 credits
                        Learning Plan 10 credits           10
                        Stage 1 or Stage 2            20                             Stage 2 Subjects
                        Literacy 20 credits                                          and/or Courses
                                                                        60
                                                                                     60 credits

                                                           90

                        Stage 1 or Stage                                             VET can be used in
                        2 Subjects and/or                                            these areas for up
                        Courses 90 credits                                           to 150 credits

                        SACE = 200 credits
                        Requirements Stage 1 = 10 credits
                        Requirements Stage 1 or Stage 2 = 30 credits
                        Requirements Stage 2 = 70 credits
                        Additional choices = 90 credits

                                                    SACE Completion graph                                                                             Certificate III Sport and Recreation students during Adelaide Oval Tour

4    EJEHS VET HANDBOOK                                                                                                                                                                                                         EJEHS VET HANDBOOK   5
     BACK TO CONTENTS                                                                                                                                                                                                             BACK TO CONTENTS
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING HANDBOOK 2018 - RESPECT - RESPONSIBILITY - RESILIENCE
AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL BASED APPRENTICESHIP/TRAINEESHIPS (ASBA)                                                                      VET FOR AN AUSTRALIAN TERTIARY ADMISSIONS RANKING (ATAR)
    AND THE SACE
    School-based Apprenticeships and Traineeships (ASBAs) combine schooling at the senior secondary level (normally                 VET can count towards tertiary entrance for university and TAFE. Completed Certificate III (or higher) will contribute
    Years 10, 11 & 12) with training and employment.                                                                                to 1 subject in the calculation of an Australian Territory Admissions Ranking (ATAR).

    Planned learning in school and work is balanced between the needs of the student, the employer and the school,                  The three South Australian universities, TAFE SA, and Charles Darwin University (Northern Territory) have
    and allows the students to study for SACE at the same time as commencing and/or completing a nationally                         determined that Recognised Studies may contribute to an ATAR (Australian Tertiary Admission Rank) and a TAFE
    recognised vocational training qualification as a paid employee.                                                                SA Selection Score.

    Every unit of competency that forms part of an ASBA Training Plan is allocated a certain number of ‘nominal                     For completed VET qualifications to count as Recognised Studies, they must be:
    hours’. For every 70 hours completed a student will gain 10 credits towards their SACE. Whether or not this                          • Certificate III level (or higher) in the AQF (Australian Quality Framework)
    can be counted as Stage 1 or Stage 2 credit will depend on the Certificate being completed. Generally, (but not                      • Recognised in the SACE at Stage 2 for at least 10 credits
    always) Certificates I or II will count as Stage 1 credits and Certificates III or higher will count as Stage 2 credits, this   Recognised Studies, including VET, can only count to a maximum of 20 credits in an ATAR and/or a TAFE SA Selection
    information can be found via the VET recognition register on the SACE Board’s website.                                          Score. Students also need to satisfy all other university entrance criteria.
    Most students undertaking an ASBA will do less classroom subjects than their peers. This is because they are
    gaining SACE credits form their ASBA and do not need the credits from mainstream subjects. The extra study lines
    they have at school can be used for completing any workbooks they may have as part of their ASBA or completing                  EXAMPLES OF VET IN THE ATAR
    school based subject work missed on work days.
                                                                                                                                     Student A: wants to go to        • Year 11 - Completes Certificate III Individual Support
                                                                                                                                                                      • Year 12 - Studies four subjects
    VET RECOGNITION REGISTER                                                                                                         university to become a Nurse
                                                                                                                                     is searching for a high ATAR.    In term 3 identify their worst subject and withdraws, Example
    The SACE Board publish the VET Recognition Register to show, for each VET qualification listed, the:                                                              English             Predicted score        17
         • Maximum and minimum number of SACE credits that students could expect to earn by completing the                                                            PE                  Predicted score        18
            qualification.                                                                                                                                            Legal Studies       Predicted score        12
         • SACE level (Stage 1 and/or Stage 2) at which credits earned for the qualification will be recognised for                                                  Biology             Predicted score        17
            SACE purposes. The VET Recognition Register does not show every VET qualification available through the                                                   Research Project Predicted score           8
            VET sector                                                                                                                                                Withdraw from Legal Studies. Use the Certificate III as the fourth subject
    However, the SACE Board will recognise any VET that is listed on the www.training.gov.au website.                                                                 which will count as the average of English, PE and Biology score. That is
    Students’ VET achievements are formally certified by transcripts, statements of attainment, and/ or nationally                                                    17.3.
    recognised qualifications (for completed certificate) awarded by RTOs.                                                                                            Student goes from score 72 to a score of 77.3
    For more information about VET and to check the VET Recognition Register, visit                                                  Student B: has identified that   • Not highly motivated with many subjects but has shown an interest in
    https://www.sace.sa.edu.au/web/vet/vet-coordinators/vet-recognition-register                                                     they want to complete their SACE becoming a Personal Trainer.
                                                                                                                                                                      • By undertaking a Certificate III in Fitness they will obtain 60 Stage 2
                                                                                                                                     and then seek employment            credits towards their SACE.

                                                                                                                                     Student C: wants to                     • In Year 11 they completed a range of subjects to support a broad range
                                                                                                                                     achieve a high ATAR to attend              of pathways.
                                                                                                                                                                             • To support earning a higher ATAR score in Year 12 the student enrols
                                                                                                                                     University to get into Human
                                                                                                                                                                                in Certificate III Sport and Recreation. This program also allows Stage
                                                                                                                                     Movement at University.                    2 Work Place Practices to be completed as part the course with little
                                                                                                                                                                                additional work for the student. Allowing two ATAR scores to be gained
                                                                                                                                                                                from the four required.
                                                                                                                                                                             Example: PE, Certificate III Sport and Recreation, VET Work Place Practice,
                                                                                                                                                                             Biology
                                                                                                                                                                             This allows the student to focus on 3 subjects throughout the year
                                                                                                                                                                             instead of the traditional four.

                   Students taking a break during the VET Induction Day held in Term 1 at TafeSA, Whyalla

6    EJEHS VET HANDBOOK                                                                                                                                                                                                             EJEHS VET HANDBOOK       7
     BACK TO CONTENTS                                                                                                                                                                                                                  BACK TO CONTENTS
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING HANDBOOK 2018 - RESPECT - RESPONSIBILITY - RESILIENCE
VET AT EDWARD JOHN EYRE HIGH SCHOOL                                                                                         EJEHS VET STUDENT GUIDELINES FOR CONDUCT (CONTINUED)
    Edward John Eyre High School works in partnership with TAFE SA to deliver a variety of Certificate II and Certificate III   TRAVEL IN PRIVATE VEHICLES TO AND FROM VET COURSES PROGRAMS
    qualifications as part of its commitment to Vocational Education.                                                               • Students who drive themselves, take student passengers or are a passenger with another student must
                                                                                                                                       have signed consent from parents/caregivers (using the Travel in Private Vehicles form).
    These qualifications are provided through two main delivery models:
    1. On line within the standard school structure – students access the qualification on a regular weekly basis as they      WORK PLACEMENT
        would for a SACE accredited subject.                                                                                       • Students undertaking Work Placement as part of their VET courses must ensure they have a Workplace
    2. Week Blocks - Students access the qualification on set weeks (identified below). In addition, students have up to             Learning Agreement Form signed by all parties (student, parent/caregiver, workplace provider and School
        3 contact points per week which is known as the Line 7 support structure for VET.                                             Principal).
    The contact points consisit of:                                                                                             DRESS STANDARDS
    • Study Session - EJEHS students only                                                                                           • Students should always be presented appropriately for the VET course they are undertaking: dress/
    • TAFE SA facilitated session Video conference, face to face, phone or skype)                                                      uniform/wearing of name badges so that they can be identified as VET courses students. If the VET course
    • EJEHS support teacher session - External Student and EJEHS Students                                                              does not have a required uniform then full school uniform is expected to be worn to all VET sessions.
                                                                                                                                MANAGING GRIEVANCES/CONCERNS
    EJEHS VET STUDENT GUIDELINES FOR CONDUCT                                                                                       • Students are encouraged to discuss any grievances or concerns regarding their VET courses with their VET
                                                                                                                                      teacher/trainer, and /or VET Manager.
    Students enrolled in Edward John Eyre High School VET have a responsibility to meet a code of conduct that is based
    on safe, considerate behaviour and a respect for others. Students and Parent/Caregiver must agree to and sign the                • Students who do not comply with the EJEHS VET Student Guidelines for Conduct can be removed from
    EJEHS VET Student Guidelines for Conduct agreement as a part of the VET Application and Selection process.                         their progam.
    The agreement covers the following elements:
                                                                                                                                VET WEEK BLOCKS
    ATTENDANCE
        • Students need to notify EJEHS and TAFE SA (or workplace provider in the case of Work placement) if they are          VET week blocks and line 7 support structures for VET provides an intensive face to face delivery model by TAFE
           going to be absent from any VET session, this should be done as early as possible on the day or if possible,         SA lecturers whilst providing additional support outside of these week blocks by EJEHS staff.
           in advance.                                                                                                          EJEHS have committed to not commencing any new work or topics, conducting tests or have assignments due
        • EJEHS support session must be attended if the student is located in Whyalla.                                          during VET week blocks. This model has proven to maximise successful outcomes for students in both their VET
                                                                                                                                studies and other school based subjects.
    KEEPING UP WITH OTHER SCHOOL COMMITMENTS
        • It is the students’ responsibility to keep up with work missed while participating in VET courses.
                                                                                                                                WEEK BLOCKS YEAR 1                                                  WEEK BLOCKS YEAR 2
        • It is the students’ responsibility to catch up on any work missed due to absence but should seek support from
           EJEHS support teacher or Trade School staff as required.                                                             Orientation Wk. 2 Term 1 (Thursday and Friday only)
        • It is the student’s responsibility to monitor assessments and apply for extensions when required.                     Block 1 - Wk. 9 Term 1 (Monday to Friday)                           Block 1 - Wk. 9 Term 1 (Monday to Friday)
    WORK HEALTH AND SAFETY EXPECTATIONS                                                                                         Block 2 - Wk. 5 Term 2 (Monday to Friday)                           Block 2 - Wk. 5 Term 2 (Monday to Friday)
       • Personal Protective Equipment and appropriate clothing for course should be worn at all VET sessions.
                                                                                                                                Block 3 - Wk. 2 Term 3 (Monday to Friday)                           Block 3 - Wk. 2 Term 3 (Monday to Friday)
       • Students should follow instructions regarding signing in/out, Work Health and Safety and emergency
          procedures while attending all VET course delivery.                                                                   Block 4 - Wk. 9 Term 3 (Monday to Friday)                           Block 4 - Wk. 9 Term 3 (Monday to Friday)
       • Students (and parents/caregivers) should provide to EJEHS up-to-date emergency contact and medical                    Block 5 - Wk. 2 Term 4 (only for Trade based qualification)
          information (using the Student Enrolment and Medical form).
     BEHAVIOUR EXPECTATIONS
    S tudents must follow the behaviour expectations of the VET course guidelines for conduct (or workplace provider in
     the case of Work Placement):
           • Demonstrate respect for property
           • Arrive and leave on time
           • No smoking or drug use
           • No bullying or harassment

                                                                                                                                                           Certificate II Engineering students during their VET Week Block.

8    EJEHS VET HANDBOOK                                                                                                                                                                                                        EJEHS VET HANDBOOK    9
     BACK TO CONTENTS                                                                                                                                                                                                             BACK TO CONTENTS
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING HANDBOOK 2018 - RESPECT - RESPONSIBILITY - RESILIENCE
SHOULD I DO A VET COURSE?                                                                                               WORK PLACEMENT
     When considering a VET course or ASBA as part of your SACE, EJEHS suggest you consider the following:                   Students who undertakes a VET course at EJEHS are required to complete a minimum of 35 hours of work
                                                                                                                             placement in a relevant industry sector to their VET course. Some courses will require a higher amount of work
     IDENTIFY A POSSIBLE CAREER PATHWAY, BY:                                                                                 placement which will be specified in the course descriptor, for example; Certificate III in Early Childhood Education
         • Completing your Personal Learning Plan (PLP).                                                                     and Care requires 120 hours of work placement which will be organised by TAFE SA. For all other work placement,
         • Undertaking Career Conversations with the DECD Student Pathways Team.                                             you will be supported through the Trade School or your home school.
         • Talk to your parents, caregiver, teachers and others about options.
         • Undertake an online career profile: www.myfuture.edu.au or www.ejehscareerhub.com
     To help you identify if you are making a good choice about a VET program, work placement is a valuable part of the
                                                                                                                             DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITIES AND SOCIAL INCLUSION CRIMINAL
     process.                                                                                                                (DCSI) HISTORY CHECK
     ARRANGE WORK PLACEMENT:                                                                                                 If you are applying for one of the following courses you will need to apply for your DCSI checks prior to starting
         • Identify an employer which is relevent to your career pathway and course.                                         your course:
         • Work with your school to arrange work placement as you are required to undertake work placement induction              • Allied Health Assistance
            and DECD paperwork before attending a placement.                                                                       • Health Services Assistance
         • Ask lots of questions while your at work placement to help with your decision making. Also collect written             • Individual Support
            feedback from the employer about your work placement.                                                                  • Education Support
                                                                                                                                   • Early Childhood Education & Care
     After completing work placement if you have decided that you would still like to persue the identified pathway, apply         • Industry Pathways Program
     to undertake the relevent VET course.
                                                                                                                             These can be applied for via your school at a cost of $15.00 and should be applied as you as you have been
     APPLY FOR VET COURSE:                                                                                                   accepted in to your chosen course. Contact EJEHS Career Hub for further detail.
     Things to consider before applying:
          • Can you work in an adult learning environment?
          • Will the cost of the course impact your decision?
                                                                                                                             STAGE 2 VET WORKPLACE PRACTICES
          • Can you undertake the required work placement hours?                                                             Once students are accepted into A VET program at Edward John Eyre High School, they well be provided the
                                                                                                                             option of enroling into Stage 2 Workplace Practices.
     VET Applications open via Web Preferences week 8 term 2, VET interviews commence from week 9 term 2.
                                                                                                                             This subject is aligned to each VET programs to allow students a second subject to use in support of their ATAR or
                                                                                                                             SACE completion.
                                                                                                                             The program is delivered by their teacher in conjunction with their TAFE SA lecturer within a flipped learning
                                                                                                                             environment. It is aligned directly to their chosen VET pathway and utilises a variety of experiences including Work
                                                                                                                             placement.
                                                                                                                             Ongoing support and intervention is provided to students throughout the duration of their enrolment ensuring
                                                                                                                             they have every opportunity to gain the highest possible result.

                           Certificate III Allied Health Assistance students during a practical session.                                                  Certificate II Construction student during Week Block.

10    EJEHS VET HANDBOOK                                                                                                                                                                                                      EJEHS VET HANDBOOK     11
      BACK TO CONTENTS                                                                                                                                                                                                           BACK TO CONTENTS
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING HANDBOOK 2018 - RESPECT - RESPONSIBILITY - RESILIENCE
VET LOCAL DELIVERY FOR REGIONAL STUDENTS                                                                              ACCOMMODATION OPTIONS FOR VET LOCAL DELIVERY STUDENTS
     Students from other schools can access the full range of VET courses offered through EJEHS: this can be facilitated   (CONTINUED)
     in two ways:                                                                                                          In an attempt to keep costs low for regional students accessing VET courses via local delivery in Whyalla for 2017,
           • Student enrols at EJEHS as a 0.2 enrolment (if the student is overloaded this will not affect the FTE         EJEHS will cover the cost of teacher supervision with the Local Delivery or 0.2 enrolment fee collected for each
             enrolment at their home school. Enrolment must be completed before census day) or                             enrolment.
           • VET Local Delivery Agreement is entered in to with the student’s home school.                                 To ensure EJEHS staff provide individualised support to each VET local delivery student, a range of forms will need
     Local Delivery Students are supported by EJEHS through:                                                               to be completed prior to each VET week block:
           • Initial introduction to parent/caregivers and home school by EJEHS support teacher                                  • Emergency Contact details form
           • Weekly contact by EJEHS support teacher in support of course completion                                       		      Which will include identifying the date and time students arrive and leave Whyalla and mode of transport
           • Intervention support with TAFE SA                                                                                     Permission for free time while in Whyalla
           • Accommodation and Supervision for week blocks                                                                       • Medical information form
           • Provide students reports for their VET
     		      Term 1 & 3: ON TRACK or OFF TRACK and Progress Indicators.                                                    ACCOMMODATION
             Term 2 & 4: ON TRACK or OFF TRACK, Progress indicators, a comment and an academic transcript.                 Parent/caregivers will need to cover the cost of the Uni SA accommodation if they choose to stay at the facility, cost
                                                                                                                           of $25 per day; the home school will be invoiced for the total cost after each block and then will recoup the cost from
     ACCOMMODATION OPTIONS FOR VET LOCAL DELIVERY STUDENTS                                                                 parent/caregivers individually.
     EJEHS have a partnership with Uni SA to offer Local Delivery students accommodation at the Uni SA Student             FOOD
     Accommodation facilities located on Russel Street, Whyalla Norrie SA. Students have access to individual bedrooms,    EJEHS recommend students are provided $25 per day for food. The supervising teacher will take all students to
     share bathrooms and common kitchen and living spaces.                                                                 the supermarket/shops to purchase their individual food supplies; alternatively they can bring food supplies with
                                                                                                                           them.
                                                                                                                           TRANSPORT
                                                                                                                           Home schools, students and families will need to arrange for students to get to Whyalla where an EJEHS staff
                                                                                                                           member will greet them at an individually agreed time and place. Once the student has arrived in Whyalla, the staff
                                                                                                                           member will provide transport to accommodation and around Whyalla for things such as food and any activities
                                                                                                                           that students may wish to complete. During the course of the week EJEHS will transport students around Whyalla.
                                                                                                                           This will include to and from their accommodation, shops for food and any other time that students need to be
                                                                                                                           taken somewhere. Some courses will require transport to the TAFE SA Port Augusta campus and students will be
                                                                                                                           advised when this is a required part of their studies/program.
                                                                                                                           SUPERVISION WHILE IN WHYALLA
                          Room 3        Room 4                             Room 5        Room 6                            Students are provided supervision at all times by an EJEHS staff member or TAFE SA lecturer while in Whyalla,
                                                                                                                           unless permission for free time has been granted by the parent/guardian. EJEHS recommends that students have
                                                                                                                           access to free time after their daily TAFE SA sessions has finished, until 6pm. This gives students an opportunity
                                                                                                                           to shop independently, visit the gym, go for a walk or go to the library, etc. Permission forms will be provided to
                                                                                                                           parents/guardians as part of the enrolment process.

                          Room 2        Room 1                             Room 8         Room 7
                                                      Front Entrance

                                 University of South Australia (Whyalla Campus) dormitory plan.

                                                                                                                                                       Students in dormitory accommodation at Whyalla Campus.

12   EJEHS VET HANDBOOK                                                                                                                                                                                                      EJEHS VET HANDBOOK      13
     BACK TO CONTENTS                                                                                                                                                                                                           BACK TO CONTENTS
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING HANDBOOK 2018 - RESPECT - RESPONSIBILITY - RESILIENCE
VET APPLICATION AND INTERVIEWS                                                                                          COURSE COSTINGS/PAYMENT ARRANGEMENTS
     EJEHS STUDENTS                                                                                                          The majority of VET courses have a cost associated for either TAFE SA costs, PPE, tools or travel. Please check the
     1. Students follow the process for identifying a VET course.                                                            course descriptions in this handbook for indicative course costs.
             • Student and Parent gain information about VET courses via: SACE/VET Night, Career/Subject Expo, Career
               Conversation, EJEHS resources and contact with the Trade Training Centre.                                     EJEHS STUDENTS
     2. Home group/Mentor teacher support students to complete EJEHS Web preferences.
     3. Letter sent to student and parent acknowledging their expression of interest in a VET course and inviting them      EJEHS enrolled students will be required to cover the costs as identified in the course descriptors.
         to attend a VET Interview.                                                                                          Students and Parents/Caregivers will be required to sign a commitment to pay form as part of the subject selection
     4. Student and parent attend VET interview:                                                                             process. Enrolment into their chosen program can not occur until this form is completed.
       Bring to interview:                                                                                                   Payment plans with both TAFE and EJEHS can be negotiated.
             • 250 word Student Statement
             • VET Enrolment form
             • USI or Medicare card and School report                                                                        REGIONAL/LOCAL DELIVERY STUDENTS
     5. EJEHS VET selection group make recommendation regarding student’s applications to participate in a VET              Regionally enrolled student’s costings and payment options are at the discretion of their home school.
         course.                                                                                                             TAFE SA provides payment plan options if required please contact TAFE SA to arrange.
     6. Letter of offer sent to successful applicants including:
             • Form A                                                                                                        AREAS OF STUDY AT EDWARD JOHN EYRE HIGH SCHOOL
             • Commitment to Pay
             • Code of Conduct Forms to be completed and returned.                                                           Certificate II Automotive Servicing Technology
                                                                                                                             Certificate II Construction Pathways
     7. TAFE SA application process: Form B, TAFE SA Registration form and Proof of Identification forms signed by
         student and parent.                                                                                                 Certificate II Electrotechnology (Career Start)
                                                                                                                             Certificate II Engineering
     8. Letter sent detailing the course structure, training plan, PPE and Uniform requirements and block week and
         weekly contact.                                                                                                     Certificate II Music
                                                                                                                             Certificate II Salon Assistant
     REGIONAL/LOCAL DELIVERY STUDENTS                                                                                        Certificate II Kitchen Operations
     EJEHS will support the process and recommendations of the home school of the regional/local delivery students           Certificate III Hospitality (Kitchen Ops Stream)
     regarding undertaking a VET course to support the students SACE pathway.                                                Certificate III Allied Health Assistance
     The Home school ensure all students have been identified by Week 10 Term 3 which will allow EJEHS to enrol the          Certificate III Early Childhood Education and Care
     student with TAFE SA and communicate with students, parents and the home school.                                        Certificate III Health Services Assistance
                                                                                                                             Certificate III Individual Support (Ageing)
     The follow steps are required:
                                                                                                                             Certificate III Fitness
     1. Home school identifies a students would like to undertake a VET course as part of their SACE.
                                                                                                                             Certificate III Sport and Recreation
     2. 250 word Student Statement and VET Enrolment to be completed and sent to EJEHS.                                      Certificate III Media
     3. Letter of offer sent to applicants including:                                                                        Certificate III Tourism
           • Form A, Commitment to Pay, Code of Conduct Forms to be completed and returned.
     4. TAFE SA application process: Form B, TAFE SA Registration form and Proof of Identification forms signed by student
     and parent.
     5. Letter sent detailing the course structure, training plan, PPE and Uniform requirements and block week and
     weekly contact.
     Home school to be included in all communication to students and parents.

                Certificate II Kitchen Operations student during a practical session. at Edward John Eyre High School                                 Certificate III Fitness students during a training session in Whyalla.

14   EJEHS VET HANDBOOK                                                                                                                                                                                                        EJEHS VET HANDBOOK   15
     BACK TO CONTENTS                                                                                                                                                                                                            BACK TO CONTENTS
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING HANDBOOK 2018 - RESPECT - RESPONSIBILITY - RESILIENCE
EXAMPLES OF VET SUPPORTING EDUCATIONAL                                                EXAMPLES OF VET SUPPORTING EDUCATIONAL
                          PATHWAYS                                                                              PATHWAYS (CONTINUED)
                          JAMIE MATSEN                                                                          LACHLAN KANE
                          SCHOOL LEAVER                                                                         YEAR 12
                          EDWARD JOHN EYRE HIGH SCHOOL CERTIFICATE III IN SPORT AND                             EDWARD JOHN EYRE HIGH SCHOOL
                          RECREATION                                                                            CERTIFICATE III AUTOMOTIVE REFINISHING SCHOOL-BASED
                          18-year-old Jamie Matsen has had a successful start to 2017. She has reached          APPRENTICESHIP
                          her school leaver goal of gaining a place in University in Adelaide.                  EMPLOYER: CLAYTON AUTOMOTIVE REFINISHERS, WHYALLA

                          Last year, Jamie completed a Certificate III in Sport and Recreation as part of the   Lachlan commenced his School based Apprenticeship in March 2016 after
                          Edward John Eyre High School’s Community Sports program, which contributed            working the School based Apprenticeship broker.
                          to her ATAR and ultimately allowed her to get a spot in her first preference at       Lachlan has grown up around cars as his father is a qualified Sprayer.
                          university.
                                                                                                                Lachlan enjoys practical hands on work, working on cars, meeting people and is
                          “I heard about the Certificate III from my Community Sports teacher and it            grateful for the opportunity to commence his trade pathway while also completing
                          sounded like a good idea.” Jamie says that the course was easy to get into and        his secondary schooling.
                          the workload was a good balance between attending the three study blocks and
                                                                                                                Lachlan attends work two days per week and three days at school working towards
                          her school work.
                                                                                                                completing his SACE.
                          “My teacher was very helpful, and the trade school staff were really supportive
                                                                                                                Lachlan said “It is hard work! You need to keep yourself safe at work but if you
                          too. The course helped give me confidence in a lot of things and heaps of
                                                                                                                are one hundred percent committed to the trade and school you will enjoy every
                          knowledge about Health and Fitness.“
                                                                                                                moment”.
                          Jamie has moved to Adelaide and starts university in the next couple of weeks,
                          studying Human Movement and Food and Nutrition, saying that “The Certificate
                          III helped me choose the university degree that I wanted to do and gave me
                          more options”.
                          She hopes to become an Occupational Therapist or Physiotherapist as a
                          result of her studies and is really looking forward to what the future holds.
                          Good luck Jamie.

                          SAVANNA HIGGINS                                                                       JORDAN HENDERSON-EWINGS
                          YEAR 12                                                                               YEAR 12
                          EDWARD JOHN EYRE HIGH SCHOOL CERTIFICATE IV BUSINESS SCHOOL                           EDWARD JOHN EYRE HIGH SCHOOL
                          BASED TRAINEESHIP                                                                     CERTIFICATE II WAREHOUSING SCHOOL-BASED TRAINEESHIP
                          EMPLOYER: WHYALLA AGED CARE (WACI)                                                    EMPLOYER: REECE PLUMBING CENTRE, WHYALLA
                          Savanna is seeking a long term career in health administration.                       Jordan commenced his school based traineeship with Whyalla Reece Plumbing
                                                                                                                Centre in February 2016, after working with the School Based Apprenticeship
                          After completing two weeks of work experience with WACI she was offered               Broker to prepare an application and arrange work experience.
                          a school based traineeship. She completed a Certificate III in business school
                          based traineeship with WACI during 2015 which lead to a second traineeship in         Jordan is part of the Industry Pathways Program at school which aims to exposures
                          Certificate IV Business which will continue in Year 11 and 12.                        student to a range of industries while also working to build knowledge, skills and
                                                                                                                links to local employers, Jordan’s traineeship is earning 50 Stage 1 credits toward
                          Savanna said “Trade Schools for the future is an easily accessible program that       his SACE and supporting him in his pathway.
                          helps me complete an accredited course at the same time as working towards
                          SACE. This program is an amazing way to gain training for my future career while      Jordan said “working at Reece is fun! It has been a great experience so far.
                          still attended school”.                                                               I have been able to increase my customer service skills and also have a better
                                                                                                                understanding about the plumbing trade”.
                          WACI see the value in supporting students through school based traineeships;
                          “Savanna’s traineeship will equip her with the skills required to work in a busy      Jordan works every Monday and Saturday morning; he also works additional days
                          health administration environment. The traineeship will contribute towards her        during the school holidays.
                          SACE and Savanna is earning money while she learns. The on the job experience
                          is an invaluable way to learn while contributing to the workforce and gaining
                          knowledge that traditionally would have been gained once a learner entered
                          the workforce after completing studies”.

16   EJEHS VET HANDBOOK                                                                                                                                                   EJEHS VET HANDBOOK     17
     BACK TO CONTENTS                                                                                                                                                        BACK TO CONTENTS
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING HANDBOOK 2018 - RESPECT - RESPONSIBILITY - RESILIENCE
CERTIFICATE II                                                    CERTIFICATE II AUTOMOTIVE
                          AUTOMOTIVE                                                        SERVICING TECHNOLOGY
                          SERVICING                                                         CERTIFICATE II IN AUTOMOTIVE SERVICING TECHNOLOGY AUR20516

                          TECHNOLOGY                                                        NATIONAL CODE
                                                                                            Core
                                                                                                            UNIT NAME                                                    NOMINAL HOURS

                          COURSE CODE AUR20516                                              AURASA2002      Apply safe working practices                                               20
                          INTAKE Semester 1                                                 AURAEA2002      Implement and monitor environmental regulations in the                     25
                                                                                                            automotive mechanical industry
                          RECOMMENDED KNOWLEDGE
                          Achieved a passing grade in Mathematics, English and PLP at       AURTTK2002      Use and maintain workplace tools and equipment                             20
                          Year 10 level.                                                    AURTTB2001      Inspect and service braking                                                20
                          ANTICIPATED DURATION                                              AURETR2015      Inspect and service batteries                                              10
                          24 months                                                         AURTTC2001      Inspect and service cooling                                                10
                          INDICATIVE COSTING                                                AURTTD2002      Inspect and service steering systems                                       10
                          $300 fee will apply to cover transport and other costs
                                                                                            AURTTD2004      Inspect and service suspension                                             10
                          associated with the course. Students will need to supply their
                          own safety boots and safety glasses. A payment plan can be        AURTTA2004      Carry out servicing operations                                             20
                          negotiated with Edward John Eyre High School to cover the         AURTTQ2003      Service drivelines                                                          5
                          costs of this course.                                             AURTTE2004      Inspect and service engines                                                20
                          SACE ATTAINMENT                                                   AURTTQ2001      Service final drive assemblies                                              5
                          55 Credits at SACE Stage 2.
                                                                                            AURATA2001      ID basic automotive faults using trouble shooting process                  20
                          ASSESSMENT TYPE
                          Competency-based assessment is applied to a range of              Elective
                          assessment tasks according to the units being assessed. There     AURTTZ2002      Repair exhaust system components                                           10
                          are both theoretical and practical tasks.                         AURTTJ2001      Balance wheels and tyres                                                   10
                          LOCATION                                                          AURLTJ2002      Remove, inspect and repair tyres and tubes (light vehicle)                 40
                          TAFE SA Whyalla and Port Augusta
                                                                                            AURTTF2001      Service petrol fuel systems                                                25
                          DELIVERY MODE
                                                                                            AURTTX2002      Inspect and service transmissions (manual)                                 10
                          Face to face;block weeks.
                                                                                            AURAFA2003      Communicate effectively in an automotive workplace                         20
                          SUBJECT DESCRIPTOR
                          This qualification covers the knowledge required to perform                                                                                      Total hours 410
                          tasks related to servicing vehicle system components of cars
                          and heavy vehicles within an automotive service and repair
                          business. Trade outcomes are predominantly achieved
                          through an Australian Apprenticeship.
                          CURRICULUM CONSIDERATIONS
                          Students selecting this course are required to meet the
                          following criteria;
                          •Undertake the EJEHS VET application and selection process
                          •Prepared to complete minimum of 35 hours workplacement
                               or the required vocational placement hours, whichever is
                               greater.
                          In addition to this course students will be enrolled into Stage
                          2 Workplace Practices. This is an opt-out model.

18   EJEHS VET HANDBOOK                                                                                                                                                       EJEHS VET HANDBOOK     19
     BACK TO CONTENTS                                                                                                                                                             BACK TO CONTENTS
CERTIFICATE II                                                    CERTIFICATE II
                          CONSTRUCTION                                                      CONSTRUCTION PATHWAYS
                          PATHWAYS                                                          CERTIFICATE II IN CONSTRUCTION PATHWAYS CPC20212
                                                                                            NATIONAL CODE   UNIT NAME                                                       NOMINAL HOURS
                          COURSE CODE CPC20212
                                                                                            Core
                          INTAKE Semester 1
                                                                                            CPCCCM1012A     Work effectively and sustainably in the construction industry                 20
                          RECOMMENDED KNOWLEDGE
                          Achieved a passing grade in Mathematics, English and PLP at       CPCCCM1013A     Plan and organise work                                                        20
                          Year 10 level.                                                    CPCCCM1014A     Conduct workplace communications                                              20
                          ANTICIPATED DURATION                                              CPCCCM1015A     Carry out measurements and calculations                                       20
                          24 months                                                         CPCCCM2001A     Read and interpret plans and specifications                                   36
                          COSTING                                                           CPCCOHS2001A    Apply OHS requirements, policies & procedures in the                          20
                          An administrative fee of $300 will apply to cover transport                       construction industry
                          and other costs associated with the course. Students will
                          need to supply their own safety boots and safety glasses. A       Elective
                          payment plan can be negotiated with Edward John Eyre High         CPCCCA2002A     Use carpentry tools and equipment (B)                                         96
                          School to cover the costs of this course.                         CPCCCA2011A     Handle carpentry materials (B)                                                16
                          SACE ATTAINMENT                                                   CPCCVE1011A     Undertake a basic construction project                                        40
                          30 Credits at SACE Stage 1 and 20 Credits at SACE Stage 2.
                                                                                            CPCCSH2001A     Prepare surfaces                                                              32
                          ASSESSMENT TYPE
                                                                                            CPCCJN3001A     Use static machines                                                           56
                          Competency-based assessment is applied to a range of
                          assessment tasks according to the units being assessed. There     CPCCJN2001A     Assemble components (F)                                                       32
                          are both theoretical and practical tasks.                                                                                                           Total hours 410
                          LOCATION
                          TAFE SA Whyalla and Port Augusta
                          DELIVERY MODE
                          Face to face: block weeks.
                          SUBJECT DESCRIPTOR
                          This qualification provides a pathway to the primary trades
                          in the construction industry, with the exception of plumbing.
                          Trade outcomes are predominantly achieved through an
                          Australian Apprenticeship.
                          CURRICULUM CONSIDERATIONS
                          Students selecting this course are required to meet the
                          following criteria;
                          • Undertake the EJEHS VET application and selection process
                          • Prepared to complete minimum of 35 hours workplacement
                             or the required vocational placement hours, whichever is
                             greater.
                          In addition to this course students will be enrolled into Stage
                          2 Workplace Practices. This is an opt-out model.

20   EJEHS VET HANDBOOK                                                                                                                                                          EJEHS VET HANDBOOK     21
     BACK TO CONTENTS                                                                                                                                                                BACK TO CONTENTS
CERTIFICATE II                                                    CERTIFICATE II
                          ELECTROTECHNOLOGY                                                 ELECTROTECHNOLOGY
                          (CAREER START)                                                    CERTIFICATE II IN ELECTROTECHNOLOGY CAREER START UEE22011
                                                                                            NATIONAL CODE   UNIT NAME                                                       NOMINAL HOURS
                          COURSE CODE UEE22011
                                                                                            Core
                          INTAKE Semester 1
                                                                                            UEENEEE101A     Apply OHS regulations, codes and practices in the workplace                       20
                          RECOMMENDED KNOWLEDGE
                          Achieved a passing grade in Mathematics, English and PLP at       UEENEEK142A     Apply environmental and sustainable energy procedures in                          20
                          Year 10 level.                                                                    the energy sector
                          ANTICIPATED DURATION                                              UEENEEE104A     Solve problems in d.c. circuits                                                   80
                          24 months                                                         UEENEEE141A     Use of routine equipment / plant / technologies in an energy sector               60
                          INDICATIVE COSTING                                                UEENEEE148A     Carry out routine work activities in an energy sector environment                 40
                          $45 program specific workshirt. Students will need to supply      UEENEEE179A     Identify and select components, accessories and materials for                     20
                          their own safety boots and safety glasses.                                        energy sector work activities
                          SACE ATTAINMENT                                                   Elective
                          30 Credits at SACE Stage 1 and 20 Credits at SACE Stage 2.
                                                                                            UEENEEE102A     Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components (B)               40
                          ASSESSMENT TYPE
                          Competency-based assessment is applied to a range of              UEENEEE105A     Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment (B)                                    20
                          assessment tasks according to the units being assessed. There     HLPCPR201B      Perform CPR 10 (A)                                                                10
                          are both theoretical and practical tasks.                         CPCCOHS1001A    Work safely in the construction industry (A)                                      10
                          LOCATION                                                          UEENEEE130A     Provide solutions and report on routine electrotechnology problems                60
                          TAFE SA Whyalla
                                                                                                                                                                                  Total hours 360
                          DELIVERY MODE
                          Face to face; block weeks.
                          SUBJECT DESCRIPTOR
                          This qualification covers competencies for work entry
                          programs grounding in safety and basic skills and knowledge
                          for work in any Electrotechnology discipline.
                          CURRICULUM CONSIDERATIONS
                          Students selecting this course are required to meet the
                          following criteria;
                          • Undertake the EJEHS VET application and selection process
                          • Prepared to complete minimum of 35 hours workplacement
                             or the required vocational placement hours, whichever is
                             greater.
                          In addition to this course students will be enrolled into Stage
                          2 Workplace Practices. This is an opt-out model.

22   EJEHS VET HANDBOOK                                                                                                                                                              EJEHS VET HANDBOOK     23
     BACK TO CONTENTS                                                                                                                                                                    BACK TO CONTENTS
CERTIFICATE II                                                    CERTIFICATE II
                          ENGINEERING                                                       ENGINEERING
                          COURSE CODE MEM20105
                                                                                            CERTIFICATE II IN ENGINEERING MEM20105
                          INTAKE Semester 1
                                                                                            NATIONAL CODE       UNIT NAME                                                      NOMINAL HOURS
                          RECOMMENDED KNOWLEDGE
                                                                                            Core
                          Achieved a passing grade in Mathematics, English and PLP at
                          Year 10 level.                                                    MEM14004A           Plan to undertake a routine task                                                 10
                          ANTICIPATED DURATION                                              MEM16007A           Work with others in a manufacturing, engineering or related environment          10
                          24 months                                                         MEM15002A           Apply quality systems                                                            20
                          INDICATIVE COSTING                                                MEM15024A           Apply quality procedures                                                         10
                          $45 program specific workshirt. Students will need to supply      MEM13014A           Apply principles of OH&S in the work environment                                 10
                          their own safety boots and safety glasses.
                                                                                            Elective (not all electives to be delivered and may vary dependent upon location of delivery,
                          SACE ATTAINMENT                                                   nominal 340 hours to complete qualification)
                          30 Credits at SACE Stage 1 and 20 Credits at SACE Stage 2.
                                                                                            MEM05005C           Carry out mechanical cutting                                                     20
                          ASSESSMENT TYPE
                                                                                            MEM05004C           Perform routine oxy/acetylene welding                                            20
                          Competency-based assessment is applied to a range of
                          assessment tasks according to the units being assessed. There     MEM05006B           Perform brazing and/or silver soldering                                          20
                          are both theoretical and practical tasks.                         MEM05007C           Perform manual heating and thermal cutting                                       20
                          LOCATION                                                          MEM05012C           Perform routine manual metal arc welding                                         20
                          TAFE SA Whyalla                                                   MEM05013B           Perform manual production welding                                                20
                          DELIVERY MODE                                                     MEM05049B           Perform routine gas tungsten arc welding                                         20
                          Face to face; block weeks.
                                                                                            MEM07032B           Use workshop machines for basic operations                                       20
                          SUBJECT DESCRIPTOR
                          Engineering is designed for students who are interested in        MEM09002B           Interpret technical drawing                                                      40
                          trades in the metal fabrication industry, particularly those of   MEM05050B           Perform routine gas metal arc welding                                            20
                          boilermaker and mechanical fitter.                                MEM14005A           Plan a complete activity                                                         20
                          CURRICULUM CONSIDERATIONS                                         MEM16006A           Organise and communicate information                                             20
                          Students selecting this course are required to meet the
                                                                                            MEM18001C           Use hand tools                                                                   20
                          following criteria;
                                                                                                                                                                                  Total hours 340
                          • Undertake the EJEHS VET application and selection process
                          • Prepared to complete minimum of 35 hours workplacement
                             or the required vocational placement hours, whichever is
                             greater.
                          In addition to this course students will be enrolled into Stage
                          2 Workplace Practices. This is an opt-out model.

24   EJEHS VET HANDBOOK                                                                                                                                                               EJEHS VET HANDBOOK       25
     BACK TO CONTENTS                                                                                                                                                                       BACK TO CONTENTS
CERTIFICATE II                                                  CERTIFICATE II MUSIC
                          MUSIC
                                                                                          CERTIFICATE II MUSIC CUA20615
                          COURSE CODE CUA20615
                                                                                          NATIONAL CODE   UNIT NAME                                                    NOMINAL HOURS
                          INTAKE Semester 1
                                                                                          Core
                          RECOMMENDED KNOWLEDGE
                                                                                          BSBOHS201A      Participate in OHS processes                                               20
                          Achieved a passing grade in Mathrmatics, English and PLP at
                          Year 10 level.                                                  CUFIND201A      Develop and apply creative arts industry knowledge                         20
                          ANTICIPATED DURATION                                            BSBWOR203A      Work effectivley with others                                               15
                          12 months                                                       Elective
                          COSTING                                                         CUSMPF203A      Develop ensemble skills for playing music or singing music                 50
                          May include instrumental hire.                                  CUESOU07B       Apply general knowledge of audio to work activities                        40
                          SACE ATTAINMENT                                                 CUSMLT201A      Develop and apply musical ideas and listening skills                       25
                          up to 35 Credits at SACE Stage 1.
                                                                                          CUSMPF204A      Play music from simple written notations                                   30
                          ASSESSMENT TYPE
                                                                                          CUSMPF201A      Play or sing simple musical pieces                                         70
                          Competency-based assessment is applied to a range of
                          assessment tasks according to the units being assessed. There                                                                                  Total hours 270
                          are both theoretical and practical tasks.
                          LOCATION
                          EJEHS
                          DELIVERY MODE
                          Face to face
                          SUBJECT DESCRIPTOR
                          Students focus on learning their chosen instrument to play in
                          a band situation.
                          CURRICULUM CONSIDERATIONS
                          Access to chosen instrument at home is an advantage.

26   EJEHS VET HANDBOOK                                                                                                                                                     EJEHS VET HANDBOOK     27
     BACK TO CONTENTS                                                                                                                                                           BACK TO CONTENTS
CERTIFICATE II                                                       CERTIFICATE II
                          SALON ASSISTANT                                                      SALON ASSISTANT
                          COURSE CODE SHB20216
                                                                                               CERTIFICATE IN SALON ASSISTANT SHB20216
                          INTAKE Semester 1
                                                                                               NATIONAL CODE   UNIT NAME                                                   NOMINAL HOURS
                          RECOMMENDED KNOWLEDGE
                                                                                               Core
                          Achived a passing grade in Mathematics, English and PLP at
                          Year 10 level.                                                       SHBXIND002      Communicate as part of a salon team                                       40
                          ANTICIPATED DURATION                                                 SHBXIND001      Comply with organisational requirements within a personal                 45
                          12 months                                                                            services environment
                          INDICATIVE COSTING                                                   SHBHIND001      Maintain and organise tools, equipment and work areas                     20
                          $300 for hairdressing kit, payable to TAFE SA                        SHBXCCS003      Greet and prepare clients for salon services                              10
                          SACE ATTAINMENT                                                      BSBWHS201       Contribute to health and saftey of self and others                        20
                          50 Credits at SACE Stage 1.                                          SHBHBAS001      Perform shampoo basin services                                            40
                          ASSESSMENT TYPE                                                      SHBHDES001      Dry hair to shape                                                         40
                          Competency-based assessment is applied to a range of                 BSBSUS201A      Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices                 20
                          assessment tasks according to the units being assessed. There
                                                                                               Elective
                          are both theoretical and practical tasks.
                                                                                               SHBHDES002      Braid hair                                                                30
                          LOCATION
                          TAFE SA Whyalla                                                      SHBHCLS001      Apply hair colour products                                                20
                          DELIVERY MODE                                                        SHBXCCS004      Recommend products and services                                           25
                          Face to face; block weeks.                                           SHBHBAS002      Provide head, neck and shoulder massage for relaxation                    20
                          SUBJECT DESCRIPTOR                                                   SHBHIND002      Research and use hairdressing industry information                        15
                          Students are provided with the skills and knowledge to lead                                                                                        Total hours 345
                          to an apprenticeship in hairdressing. Students learn to salon
                          assist at ‘salon standards’ in areas such as greeting and
                          preparing clients, braiding, blow-drying, shampooing and
                          basin services. They gain professional product and service
                          knowledge, communication and salon practical skills. This
                          certificate is the first qualification for this career pathway and
                          most of the subjects transfer to Certificate III in Hairdressing.
                          CURRICULUM CONSIDERATIONS
                          Students selecting this course are required to meet the
                          following criteria;
                          • Undertake the EJEHS VET application and selection process
                          • Prepared to complete minimum of 35 hours workplacement
                             or the required vocational placement hours, whichever is
                             greater.
                          In addition to this course students will be enrolled into Stage
                          2 Workplace Practices. This is an opt-out model.

28   EJEHS VET HANDBOOK                                                                                                                                                         EJEHS VET HANDBOOK     29
     BACK TO CONTENTS                                                                                                                                                               BACK TO CONTENTS
CERTIFICATE III                                                   CERTIFICATE III
                          HOSPITALITY                                                       HOSPITALITY (KITCHEN OPS)
                          (KITCHEN OPERATIONS STREAM)                                       CERTIFICATE III IHOSPITALITY (KITCHEN OPS STREAM)
                                                                                            NATIONAL CODE       UNIT NAME                                  NOMINAL HOURS
                          COURSE CODE SIT30616
                                                                                            Core and Elective
                          INTAKE Semester 1
                                                                                            SITHIND004          Work Effectively in Hospitality Services              110
                          RECOMMENDED KNOWLEDGE
                          Achieved a passing grade in Mathematics, English and PLP at       STIXCOM002          Show Social and Cultural Sensitivity                   20
                          Year 10 level.                                                    SITXCCS006          Provide Service to Customers                           20
                          ANTICIPATED DURATION                                              STIXHRM001          Coach others in Job Skills                             20
                          2 years                                                           SITHFAB204          Prepare and serve expresso coffee                      30
                          INDICATIVE COSTING                                                SITHFAB003          Operate a Bar                                          35
                          TAFE SA $950 + Possible Camp to Adelaide $TBC
                                                                                            SITHFAB002          Provide Responsible Service of Alcohol                 10
                          Concession $420 + Possible Camp to Adelaide $TBC
                          A payment plan can be negotiated with the TAFE SA to cover        SITHFAB101          Clean and Tidy Bar Areas                               15
                          the costs of this course.                                         SITXFIN001          Process Financial Transactions                         25
                          SACE ATTAINMENT                                                   BSBWOR203B          Work effectively with others                           10
                          10 Credits at SACE Stage 1 and 40 Credits at SACE Stage 2.        SITXFSA101          Use hygienic practices for food safety                 15
                          ASSESSMENT TYPE                                                   SITXWHS101          Participate in safe work practices                     12
                          Competency-based assessment is applied to a range of
                          assessment tasks according to the units being assessed. There     SITHCCC103          Prepare sandwiches                                     25
                          are both theoretical and practical tasks.                         SITHCCC202          Produce appetisers and salads                          10
                          LOCATION                                                                                                                               Total 387
                          Edward John Eyre High School, TAFE SA Whyalla and possible
                          camp to Regency TAFE SA Adelaide.
                          DELIVERY MODE
                          Face to face; week blocks
                          SUBJECT DESCRIPTOR
                          This course offers a range of practical and industry specific
                          skills where students gain practical experiences in the
                          preparation and service of food and beverages in a range of
                          service environments and styles.
                          CURRICULUM CONSIDERATIONS
                          Students selecting this course are required to meet the
                          following criteria;
                          • Undertake the EJEHS VET application and selection process
                          • Prepared to complete minimum of 35 hours workplacement
                             or the required vocational placement hours, whichever is
                             greater.
                          In addition to this course students will be enrolled into Stage
                          2 Workplace Practices. This is an opt-out model.

30   EJEHS VET HANDBOOK                                                                                                                                         EJEHS VET HANDBOOK   31
     BACK TO CONTENTS                                                                                                                                             BACK TO CONTENTS
CERTIFICATE III                                                    CERTIFICATE III
                          ALLIED HEALTH                                                      ALLIED HEALTH ASSISTANCE
                          ASSISTANCE                                                         CERTIFICATE III IN ALLIED HEALTH ASSISTANCE HLT33015
                                                                                             NATIONAL CODE        UNIT NAME                                                          NOMINAL HOURS
                          COURSE CODE HLT33015
                                                                                             Core
                          INTAKE Semester 1
                                                                                             BSBMED301            Interpret and apply medical terminology appropriately                             60
                          RECOMMENDED KNOWLEDGE
                          Achieved a passing grade in Mathematics, English and PLP at        HLTAAP001            Recognise health body systems                                                     70
                          Year 10 level.                                                     CHCCOM005            Communicate and work in health or community services                              30
                          ANTICIPATED DURATION                                               CHCDIV001            Work with diverse people                                                          40
                          12 months                                                          HLTAHA001            Assist with an allied health program                                              70
                          INDICATIVE COSTING                                                 BSBINM301            Organise workplace information                                                    30
                          TAFE SA $1100 or Concession $490
                                                                                             HLTINF001            Comply with infection prevention and control policies and procedures              25
                          A payment plan can be negotiated with TAFE SA to cover the
                                                                                             HLTWHS001            Participate in workplace health and safety                                        20
                          costs of this course.
                                                                                             CHCCCS010            Maintain a high standard of service                                               30
                          SACE ATTAINMENT
                          65 Credits at SACE Stage 2.                                        Elective (course requires 3 electives)
                          ASSESSMENT TYPE                                                    BSBWOR301            Organise personal work priorities and development                                 30
                          Competency-based assessment is applied to a range of               BSBFLM303            Contribute to effective workplace relationship                                    40
                          assessment tasks according to the units being assessed. There      HLTFSE001            Follow basic food safety practices                                                30
                          are both theoretical and practical tasks.
                                                                                             CHCCS009             Facilitate responsible behaviour                                                  40
                          LOCATION
                          TAFE SA and EJEHS                                                  CHCCCS026            Transport individuals                                                             20
                                                                                             CHCCCS002            Assist with movement                                                              25
                          DELIVERY MODE
                          Online learning, face to face;block weeks.                         CHCCCS020            Respond effectively to behaviours of concern                                      20
                          SUBJECT DESCRIPTOR                                                 CHCDIV002            Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety                  25
                          Students learn to assist Allied Health Workers who provide         BSBBINM301           Organise workplace information                                                    30
                          patient care and support services to complement dieticians,
                                                                                             CHCLEG001            Work legally and ethically                                                        55
                          occupational therapists, physiotherapists, speech therapists
                          and podiatrist’s services. The course has links to the hospital,   CHCCCS015            Provide individualised support                                                    30
                          Aged-Care facilities and Allied Health professionals who                                                                       Average of 475 hours to complete qualification
                          enable students to relate their course work to a practical
                          context.
                          CURRICULUM CONSIDERATIONS
                          Students selecting this course are required to meet the
                          following criteria;
                          • Undertake the EJEHS VET application and selection process
                          • Prepared to complete minimum of 35 hours workplacement
                             or the required vocational placement hours, whichever is
                             greater.
                          In addition to this course students will be enrolled into Stage
                          2 Workplace Practices. This is an opt-out model.

32   EJEHS VET HANDBOOK                                                                                                                                                                    EJEHS VET HANDBOOK    33
     BACK TO CONTENTS                                                                                                                                                                         BACK TO CONTENTS
You can also read
NEXT SLIDES ... Cancel