Vocational Education and Training in Schools (VETiS)
What is VETiS?
Vocational Education and Training in Schools (VETiS) is delivery of nationally recognised qualifications to school students, providing
them with the skills and knowledge required for employment in specific industries. VETiS qualifications can be undertaken in years 10, 11 and 12, and can count towards the Queensland Certificate of Education.
There are a variety of options available to students to undertake VETiS:
1. as part of their school studies, delivered and resourced by a school registered training organisation (RTO)
2. through fee-for-service arrangements where a parent/student pays for the qualification with an external RTO
3. enrolling in a qualification with an external RTO which is funded by the Department of Education and Training’s (DET’s) VET investment budget.
CPC10111 Certificate I in Construction
Core deliver this course in conjunction with secondary schools across Queensland as part of the Vet IN Schools (VETis) program.The course can also be delivered to individuals looking for an entry level qualification into the Construction industry who are no longer attending school.
This course is an introduction to the construction industry and teaches skills that will help with entry into other programs and possibly apprenticeships. The skills developed by completing this course give students a thorough understanding in the basics of the construction industry.
Students will complete a range of theoretical and practical tasks and projects throughout their training
AHC20416 Certificate II in Horticulture
CIT deliver this course in conjunction with secondary schools across Queensland as part of the Vet IN Schools (VETis) program.
Certificate II in Horticulture aims to develop the practical skills and knowledge of students so that they can undertake a large and broad range of tasks in gardening, nursery work and landscaping skills and knowledge required by many sectors in the horticultural industry such as maintaining plants, treating weeds, pests and plant disease and basic landscaping tasks.
Please contact CIT for more information regarding additional VETiS programs