youth study options
Angliss offers fantastic experiential study options for young Victorians through the Vocational Education and Training (VET) programs.
Year 11 or 12 students who already know what they’re passionate about can fast-track their career progression by undertaking a VET course at Angliss in hospitality or cookery.
Get out of the library and join the experience industry!
VET delivered to secondary students (VET – DSS)
The VCE VET – FE programs give you the chance to enjoy vocational training as part of your VCE.
Vocational Education and Training allows you to blend hands-on, practical learning with your formal VCE education, giving you the best of both worlds. Vocational courses can count towards your VCE and provide you with a Nationally Accredited Certificate in VET issued by a Registered Training Organisation.
The VCE VET or FE program is flexible and can accommodate the needs of most schools through a combination of face-to-face learning either at William Angliss Institute or in school by an auspicing agreement.
Any of these training options can be combined to achieve the VCE VET program that suits a school's individual requirements.
Individual students must apply through their school to access a placement.
Courses covered by William Angliss Institute
Certificate II in Hospitality (SIT20322)
Undertaken as a VET DSS, the Certificate II in Hospitality gives you foundation insights into the hospitality industry, practical skills to help get you a job, and has you studying at the specialist centre for foods, tourism, hospitality and events.
Certificate II in Cookery (SIT20421)
Undertaken as a VET DSS, the Certificate II in Cookery gives you foundation cooking skills, practical experience to help get you a job, and has you studying at the specialist centre for foods, tourism, hospitality and events.
School Based Apprenticeships
With an Australian School Based Apprenticeship or Traineeship (SBAT) you could start an apprenticeship or traineeship while you’re still at school.
SBATs link employers, schools, TAFEs and students to create an opportunity for young people to get a start in their trade while completing their VCE or VCAL requirements.
Once you graduate with your SBAT completion, you can continue your apprenticeship as a full-time employee or add it to your resume to support your job seeking.
Speak to your school’s Careers Practitioner to find out whether a school based apprenticeship might be right for you.