Vocational Pathways

At AIIC we provide vocational pathways (VET) for senior students.

VET qualifications are offered to allow students to study and recognise extracurricular qualifications while at school. This can count towards Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE) and/or Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR). 

We currently offer RTO Cert III qualifications in both Sport & Recreation  as well as Active Volunteering.

The VET department also collaborates with other RTOs (Third Party Arrangements) to provide training to our students in various industries. The students can choose school-based training and apprenticeships to learn hands-on experience as well as a qualification.

There are pathway options for the students to gain the full 20 QCE credit points. Students have a total of 9 years, 7 years after Year 12 is completed, to complete their 20 credit points and obtain their QCE if this option is chosen.

The Queensland Certificate of Individual Achievement (QCIA) is a pathway for students with learning difficulties or special needs. This pathway will be discussed with parents and another related consultative committee.

The VET and Careers department conducts the following services for the senior students:

  • Work Experience
  • VET Course information and enrolments
  • School-based traineeships and apprenticeships
  • Career Advice
  • Activities that assist in the development of students reaching their goals on their SET plans

There are pathway options for the students to gain the full 20 QCE credit points. Students have a total of 9 years, 7 years after Year 12 is completed, to complete their 20 credit points and obtain their QCE if this option is chosen.

The Queensland Certificate of Individual Achievement (QCIA) is a pathway for students with learning difficulties or special needs. This pathway will be discussed with parents and another related consultative committee.

You can find our Student  Handbook attached here