Students can enrol at TAFE to complete a range of courses while still remaining enrolled in school.

Off-campus programs

Certificate II or higher programs that are delivered at a TAFE one or two days per week while students study the other days at Sevenoaks Senior College are often called Profile programs.

NOTE:  Students enrolling at Sevenoaks Senior College should identify their current school and Sevenoaks Senior College as their school in 2018.  Your current school will be approached for a reference.

Information about the programs offered at each TAFE:

North Metropolitan TAFE  RTO Code: 52786

Applications for North Metropolitan TAFE VET in Schools 2018 are now open.  For the Prospectus and to apply go to: http://www.northmetrotafe.wa.edu.au/courses/study-types/vet-in-schools

Please be aware that delivery of these courses is contingent on the support of the Department of Workforce Planning and Development

This year we request that schools accept offers on behalf of their successful students. Endorsement requests will be sent to schools when applications close. Applications will not proceed to the selection stage without endorsement from the school.

Please note North Metropolitan TAFE will not accept any paper based applications.

The online application process will close  1 September 2017.

For Academic queries regarding the content of these courses please refer to the VETiS area of the NMT Website.  Go to http://www.northmetrotafe.wa.edu.au/futurestudents/stillatschool/and scroll down to “Contacts”

The VETiS programs are extremely competitive, therefore it is recommended that students provide as much evidence as possible to support the application.  Students will need:

  • School Curriculum & Standards Authority (SCSA) number    (This can be found on your school report or speak with your VET in Schools Coordinator)
  • Unique Student Identifier (USI) number   (If you have not already created the USI then you will need to visit this website first gov.au/students/create-your-USI )
  • Most recent school report in an electronic format  i.e. PDF
  • Parent/guardian email address
  • Parent/guardian mobile phone number

Additional  information that students may want to consider having available when completing their application include:

  • Resume
  • Volunteer work
  • References
  • Certificates (leadership, sporting, first aid etc)
  • supporting information

Wherever possible, we will be offering students their first preference.  Therefore,  it is important they think very carefully about the preference selections fort their courses.

South Metropolitan TAFE RTO Code 52787

South Metropolitan TAFE is pleased to announce that the 2018 VETiS applications are now open. The application period is 18 July to 1 September, 2017.

As the VETiS programs are extremely competitive, it is recommended that students provide as much evidence as possible to support their application.

Students will need to provide:

  • School Curriculum & Standards Authority (SCSA) number (This can be found on the school report or speak with your VET in Schools Coordinator)
  • Unique Student Identifier(USI) number (If you have not already created a USI you will need to visit this website usi.gov.au/students/create-your-USI)
  • Most recent school report in an electronic format  ie PDF
  • Parent/guardian email address
  • Parent/guardian mobile phone number

Additional information that students may want to consider attaching to their application include:

  • Resume
  • Volunteer work
  • References
  • Certificates (leadership, sporting, first aid etc)
  • Supporting information

Wherever possible we will offer students their first preference so it is important that they think carefully about how they select the preference of their courses.

The 2018 Pathways Opportunities Booklet will be available on the link below.

Please follow the link below to the application webpage.

http://www.southmetrotafe.wa.edu.au/vetis

*Please note: paper based applications and/or supporting documents will not be accepted*