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Career and Vocational Education (CaVE)

The Career and Vocational Education (CaVE) learning area incorporates Nationally Accredited Certificate courses—both onsite and offsite—School-Based Traineeships (SBT), Workplace Learning (ADWPL) and Career and Enterprise (CAE) subjects.

All of these programs provide viable pathway opportunities for those students who are seeking full-time employment, apprenticeships or other training at the completion of Year 12. A Certificate II qualification can provide students with the opportunity to seek higher training in a Certificate IV or Diploma level, which can lead to entry to university through the ‘alternative entry’ model.

YEAR 11 and 12

  • Career & Enterprise GENERAL
  • Workplace Learning
  • School-Based Traineeship

Certificate Courses (delivered onsite at Broome Senior High School):

  • Certificate II Business (in conjunction with the Australian Institute of Education and Training. RTO Code: 121314)
  • Certificate II and III in Music Industry (in conjunction with the College of Sound and Music Production. RTO Code: 41549)
  • Certificate II in Applied Information Technology (in conjunction with the Australian Institute of Education and Training. RTO Code: 121314)

Other Certificate Courses (delivered offsite in conjunction with North Regional TAFE, Broome. RTO Code: 52788):

  • Certificate II in Sport and Recreation
  • Certificate II in Aquaculture
  • Certificate II in Engineering
  • Certificate II in Construction
  • Certificate II in Retail Cosmetics
  • Certificate II in Automotive Servicing and Technology
  • Certificate II in Hospitality
  • Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care

Other Certificate Courses (delivered offsite in conjunction with the University of Notre Dame, Broome. RTO Code:0064):

  • Certificate II in Health Services

For more information about Career and Vocational Education, please see the Career and Vocational Education coordinator, Mr Bryon Little.