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VET in Schools

Vocational Education Training courses (VET Courses) provide an opportunity to achieve a Nationally Recognised qualification or statement of attainment across a broad range of industries, whilst completing your Higher School Certificate. 

VET courses allow you to obtain real-life work sills and practical experience to assist you in transferring your learning in the classrooms into a meaningful career. Achieving a VET course can give you a significant advantage when entering the workforce, and open opportunitues for further pathways for study. 

Our school based traineeship and EVET program is purposely designed around the needs and interests of students who are eager to begin their career pathway in Early Childhood Education and Care, School Age Education and Care, Education Support, Individual Support (Ageing or Disability), Community Services and Business.

As with all students, our VET in Schools students become an integral part of the KTS family. For many, this may be a first job; a stepping stone into further study or an alternative to mainstream formal education. Whatever the reason(s), students are immersed into a work environment that is fast paced, exciting and challenging while learning real work skills and being paid.

To enquire about or express your interest in undertaking an SBAT or EVET pathway with KARBEN Training Solutions please contact our team on (02) 4353 7188 or email info@kts.edu.au.

“They choose us not for what we do, but instead for how we do it!”

VET in Schools Benefits

Offers direct pathways to further education and employment opportunities
Obtain a nationally recognised certificate or statement of attainment as a part of your HSC
Courses may provide pathways to further qualifications or credit towards university course
Complete a pre-traineeship program like the KTS Futures Program, that gives you the skills to help enter the workplace
On the job training 

What we offer through VET in School pathways

Education Support

CHC30221 Certificate III in School Based Education Support

Early Childhood Education and Care

CHC30121 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care

Community Services

CHC33021 Certificate III in Individual Support

Human Services - Aged Care, Disability, Pathway to Nursing

CHC33021 Certificate III in Individual Support

Individual Support (Ageing or Disability)

CHC33021 Certificate III in Individual Support

Business

BSB30120 Certificate III in Business

What is the difference between an SBAT pathway or EVET pathway?

Both VET in Schools options offer direct pathways to further education employment for students, as well as provide a number of benefits to Stage 6 students; however it is important to know the difference between them so that you can chose the right program for you.

The School Based Traineeship (SBAT) program combines paid work, school and a VET qualification, assisting you to gain valuable work skills and experience while you are studying. Instead of completing work placement in blocks, an SBAT completes one day a week in paid employment with their employer in their chosen industry. An SBAT course can still count towards your HSC, may still be eligible to contribute to your ATAR (for certain courses) and enables you to achieve a nationally recognised qualification. SBATs enter a training contract with their employer, school, RTO and Training Services NSW for the duration of their training contract and must agree to meet the contract requirements.

EVET is an externally delivered VET course, delivered by a Registered Training Organisation like KARBEN Training Solutions (KTS). An EVET course is delivered as a school subject and will include a mandatory work placement component where you can put your classroom learning into practice! Some of these courses are also eligible to count towards your Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR), if you elect to sit the HSC Exam for this subject.

The main difference between the SBAT and EVET pathway is that through EVET the student is not attached to an employer.

Find out more about School Based Traineeships, or find out more about External VET Courses.

Naioka Welsh

2022 – School Based Trainee

Certificate III in School Based Education Support

Aaliyah Morley

2023 – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Student of the Year

Certificate III in School Based Education Support

Find out more about SBAT and EVET pathways

School Based Traineeships

External VET Courses (EVET)

 

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