VET Studies

VET HOSPITALITY

The nationally recognised VCE subject SIT20207 Certificate II in Hospitality articulates directly into other national qualifications within the hospitality and tourism fields. Consisting of a broad range of hospitality related tasks it will provide the learners with a broad based foundation to either enter the industry direct or to proceed onto higher qualifications.

Screen Shot 2014-03-21 at 6.42.12 PMSpecific industry links and experiences are explored through Structured Workplace Learning.

Students are required to undertake specific Core and Elective units within VCE/VET

Units 1-4

Unit 1 & 2 has fifteen units in the course ranging from OHS core subjects, food safety, methods of cookery and food and beverage service. Students will complete a minimum 10 restaurant services in the Jackson Hall restaurant with paying customers. Some special events occur outside of normal school hours. The two semesters are divided into one for Kitchen Operations (cookery) and one for Food and Beverage service.

Qualifications

• A nationally recognised certificate for satisfactory completion.

• A nationally recognised Statement of Attainment for partial completion.

• Eligibility for credit up to five VCE VET units towards the VCE certificate: three units at Unit 1 and 2 level and two units at Unit 3 and 4 levels.

Delivered by Braemar College Ltd, Registered Training Organisation, Registration No. 6656

Students who wish to select a VCE VET subject are reminded to check the administration/delivery/materials fees for each unit of study. Please ensure that you fully understand any extra costs/fees that may be involved before enrolling in a VCE VET program.

For further information, click here to find out more about the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority’s VCE VET  Hospitality Course.

IMAG4105VET MUSIC INDUSTRY

This nationally recognised VCE subject, CUF30201 Certificate III in MusicIndustry (Technical Production) aims to provide participants specific skills and knowledge development for the achievement of competence to enhance their employment prospects within the music industry.

Specific industry links are explored through Structured Workplace Learning opportunities during each year of study.

Students are required to undertake specific Core units followed by a number of Electives and Compulsory units within VCE VET Units 1 to 4, over the two year program.

Students learn how to work effectively with others, manage their own work and learning, source and apply entertainment industry knowledge, follow occupational health and safety procedures, implement copyright arrangements and perform basic sound editing. They can also choose four elective units of study covering areas such as lighting, career planning, knowledge of audio equipment, work place diversity, stage support, performance and composition.

IMAG4088Qualifications

• A nationally recognised certificate for satisfactory completion.

• A nationally recognised Statement of Attainment for partial completion.

• Eligibility for credit up to five VCE VET units towards the VCE certificate: three units at Unit 1 and 2 level and two units at Unit 3 and 4 level.

Students who wish to select a VCE VET subject are reminded to check the administration, delivery and materials fees for each unit of study. Please ensure that you fully understand any extra costs/fees that may be involved before enrolling in a VCE VET program.

For further information, click here to find out more about the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority’s VCE VET Music Course.

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