Applications for North Metropolitan TAFE’s 2022 VETDSS programs are now open. Applications are to be submitted online before our closing date of COB Tuesday 31 August 2021.

Application information will be entered directly into our Student Management System and should take approximately 25 minutes per application to complete. You will find the URL link in the Application Guide which will also be available on our website: https://www.northmetrotafe.wa.edu.au/schools-and-parents/vet-delivered-secondary-students

Students should be prepared with all required documentation and relevant information before commencing the online application. It is imperative that the Application Guide is referred to when submitting an application as it provides clear step-by-step instructions and highlights all of the information that must be entered to successfully submit an application.  If for any reason, the student doesn’t complete and submit the application in one sitting, they can log back in to resume the application. Students must please not start from scratch and register again as this will result in multiple student accounts existing in the Student Management System.

Students can select a maximum of 1 course (additional courses will be removed). If places become available in programs after the closing date, we will liaise with the schools to offer the ‘unsuccessful’ students a place in another course – students will not be required to re-apply.

Continuing students are NOT required to apply online – NMTAFE will confirm with schools if these students are continuing at a later date.

Summarised below is the key information that students need to have ready before commencing their application:

-Western Australian Student Number (WASN);
-A Unique Student Identifier (USI) – https://www.usi.gov.au/;
-Year 10 or 11 school report in electronic format (e.g.: PDF); Online Literacy and Numeracy Assessment (OLNA) results if applicable;
-Parent or guardian email address and mobile phone number;
-Resume, references and any certificates which will help support the application;
-A Student Statement outlining why the student should be selected to participate in the course (please note there is a limit of 500   characters that can be entered in this section);
-Proof of Citizenship; (Australian birth certificate, Certificate of Australian citizenship, Australian passport, or a passport with visa   sub-class number or visa grant notice);
-Students who already have a Student ID number (i.e. prior enrolment in Try-A-Trade, Third Party (Auspice) course or registering in   2020) will need to have this ready and if they don’t know their password they will need to email our team to reset their account.  


**North Metropolitan TAFE (NMTAFE) is offering a Term 4 2021 intake for the SIT20416-AB10 Certificate II in Kitchen Operations Pre Apprenticeship at Joondalup Campus:  https://www.northmetrotafe.wa.edu.au/courses/certificate-ii-kitchen-operations-commercial-cookerypatisserie-pre-apprenticeship
·         This qualification is delivered in partnership with Hospitality Group Training (HGT), the largest employer of Hospitality apprenticeships in WA.
·         Starting on the 25 October 2021.

The course is being targeted to Y12 students that will due to complete school in Term 3 and have an appreciation for a career in the Culinary Arts. 


SMTAFE 2022 VETDSS Applications Now Open! 

The SMTAFE Education Pathways team are pleased to announce that applications for 2022 VETDSS programs are now open. Applications are to be submitted online before our closing date COB Tuesday 31 August 2021 excluding Education Support applications. Schools submitting applications for Education Support programs will need to submit their application using our online portal. Our portal will remain open for Education Support applicants until Monday 1st November.  

CLICK HERE TO APPLY NOW

The 2022 VETDSS Program Guide is attached and will be available on our webpage here 2022 Program Guide Link. To assist student applications please refer to the Application Instruction Guide attached and available online.

It is important that students are prepared with all required documentation and relevant information before commencing an online application.  This key information is summarised below and also included in the Application Instruction Guide. Students can select a maximum of 2 courses.  If places become available in programs after the closing date, we will liaise with schools to provide further opportunities for students in VETSSS programs – students will not be required to re-apply.

Continuing students are NOT required to apply online – SM TAFE will confirm these students with schools at a later date.

IMPORTANT PREPARATION BEFORE COMMENCING APPLICATIONS

Before you start your application you will require the following:
-School Curriculum and Standards Authority (SCSA) number (this can be found on your school report or ask your school VET Coordinator if unsure)
-A Unique Student Identifier (USI) – if you don’t have one please visit https://www.usi.gov.au/;
-Parent or guardian email address and mobile phone number;
-Last year’s and current school report in electronic format (e.g. PDF);
-Resume, references and any certificates which will help support your application; and
-A Student Statement outlining why you should be selected to participate in the course (please note there is a limit of 500   characters  that can be entered in this section).
-Students who already have a Student ID number will need to have this ready and if they don’t know their password they will need   to email our team to re-set their account

Any questions or issues with applications can be discussed with the Education Pathways team on 9599 8652 or by emailing VETDSS@smtafe.wa.edu.au.







The ECU Engagement team have been busy planning an exciting program of events for 2021, which we would love to share with you.  Below are the Term 3 activities for your information.  We look forward to hearing from you with any interest and to working alongside you and your students, again in 2021.

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ATAR Revision -  ECU will again be offering ATAR Revision session for Year 12 students, delivered by WA Teachers, currently teaching the ATAR curriculum.  Sessions will be delivered live, both physically from the Joondalup campus and also on-line, during the week of 27 September - Friday 1 October.  Subjects offered include: English, Human Biology, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Math Specialist, Math Methods, Math Applications and Computer Science.  On-campus: https://www.trybooking.com/events/landing?eid=769153& or On-line: https://www.trybooking.com/events/landing?eid=769161&  

National Science Week – Professor Michelle Colgrave, Future Protein lead at the CSIRO and Professor of Food and Agriculture Proteomics in the ECU School of School, was invited to share her innovative research as part of the National Science Week podcast series.  In this series, Podcasters from GenerationAg, chat to guests about the latest research and innovation in food through the lens of this years’ theme, Food: Different by Design.  Listen to the full podcast here: Generation Ag: National Science Week: Prof. Michelle Colgrave & Dr Bryan Lessard on Apple Podcasts

STAWA Future Science Conference 2021 – ECU (Joondalup campus) are delighted to be hosting this conference on Friday 3rd December 2021.  The event will showcase enthusiastic experts from science, technology, engineering and maths who will share their cutting edge science.  The Keynote will be Professor Rob Newton, the Western Australia Premier’s Scientist of the Year (2019) and Vice-Chancellor Professorial Research Fellow in the Exercise Medicine Research Institute at Edith Cowan University.  Concurrent sessions mean you can select what’s best for you and explore the trade expo to discover a range of classroom resources and specialist equipment.  You may also wish to present a workshop to your fellow educators.  Registration link: : https://www.stawa.net/conferences/future-science/

Virtual Open Day – For students considering future study, ECU will be hosting a virtual Open Day on Sunday 8 August between 10am-2pm.  The day will include a virtual exhibition hall, live talks, chat with course experts and downloadable course brochures.  Head here to register: https://www.ecu.edu.au/open-day/overview







SUNDAY 8 AUGUST 
PERTH 10AM - 2PM
VIRTUAL 2PM - 4PM

Join us on campus, or at our virtual event and experience Open Day your way. If your students are considering studying creative media (Animation, Audio, Creative Industries, Design, Film, Games, Web & Mobile or Virtual Reality) they can learn more about what awaits them after graduation.

Attendees at both Open Day options will have the opportunity to:

  • Attend course content presentations
  • See student work displays
  • Take tours of the equipment and facilities
  • Access internships and admissions information, and
  • Ask questions to our friendly team of staff

Term 4 2021 Courses Offerings:

 
Certificate IV in Business (new)

Certificate IV in Community Services

Certificate IV in Education Support

Certificate III in Education Support

Certificate III in Community Services

Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care

Certificate II in Customer Engagement - FLEXI

Fee for Service - Diploma in Business (for existing or past Cert IV Business students only) 

Students must complete the Business qualifications by the 1st February 2022 OR THEY WILL NOT ACHIEVE THEM


2022 – any day and anywhere
Certificate IV in Business (new)

Certificate III in Business (new)

Certificate II in Customer Engagement Replacement course - FLEXI
 
Certificate IV in Community Services

Certificate III in Community Services

Certificate IV in Education Support

Certificate III in Education Support

Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care

Please see Mr Wright if you wish to apply.

IIBT Cert IV in Business/Cert IV in ICT – 1 day a week

Please read attached documents and see Mr Wright if you wish to apply.

FEC Student Prospectus

FEC Student Enrolment Form



Child Care - Greenhouse

Greenhouse Education is in the process of looking for candidates to take part in our School Based Traineeship Program.

Greenhouse is seeking students who are passionate about starting a career in the Early Education and Care profession (Childcare) and who are genuinely passionate about the care and development of young children.

The Certificate III in Early Childhood Education & Care encompasses child development, the importance of educator and family partnerships, and develops a sound knowledge of the major curriculum learning areas. It will provide students with practical experience and theoretical knowledge that is required in an Early Childhood Education and Care setting.

Please contact Mr Wright for more details. twright@pmacs.wa.edu.au 


College of Electrical

The first phase of the application process is completing a basic numeracy and literacy test (Readiness Assessment). However, before we can book you in to one of our sessions, you will need to fully complete and return the attached personal details form.

You will also need to create an account with Energy Space prior to attending the test. Please use the link below;

https://lms.energyspace.com.au/login/index.php

Here are the steps:

1.            Fill out the New Account form with your details (please use your own personal email)

2.            An email will be immediately sent to your email address, please also check junk inbox just in case

3.            Read your email, and click on the web link it contains.

4.            Your account will be confirmed and you will be logged in.

For any login issues, please call 1300 43 77 22.

Once we have received your completed form, we will get back to you with confirmation of the date and time for your Readiness Assessment.

Should you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us on 9233 5000 or reply to this email.

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Application Form to be completed


The following career education resources are designed to support educators, parents and students and their learning communities during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond.

https://myfuture.edu.au/footer/assist-others/career-exploration-at-home#/

Students can use their School email accounts as their username when logging in or signing up.