Presentation on theme: "Trade Training Centres are being established to help increase the proportion of students achieving Year 12 or an equivalent qualification to 85 per cent."— Presentation transcript:
Trade Training Centres are being established to help increase the proportion of students achieving Year 12 or an equivalent qualification to 85 per cent by 2015 and 90 per cent by 2020 Program commenced in Secondary schools across Australia to apply for funding of between $500,000 and $1.5 million Funding is to build or upgrade metal, woodwork, automotive, building and construction, electrotechnology and other trade workshops for secondary school students. Funding will extend to technical facilities such as commercial cookery and hairdressing facilities
. Frankston HighMcClelland SC Toorak CollegeElizabeth Murdoch College Woodleigh SchoolMt Eliza SC Patterson River SCFlinders Christian College Carrum Downs SCMt Erin SC Monterey SCJohn Paul College Naranga School
. A joint initiative between Chisholm Institute and 13 Secondary Schools in the Frankston area. A three storey Building that will be located on the Frankston Chisholm site.
WHAT THE BUILDING WILL LOOK LIKE
There are three key groups working toward establishing facility. The Board of Management Project Control Group The Operations Group
1.Builder has been appointed Completion expected mid The START Board will soon finalise a Joint Use Agreement 3.In Term 4 this year it is hoped that a part- time ‘START TTC’ facilitator will be employed. 4.The START Operations Group has developed a draft timetable for implementation in 2014
Middle School Programs There is planning for at least one full day per week set aside for programs focused on Year 9 and 10 students. There is the opportunity to devise some innovative ideas that will meet the needs of this cohort and provide them with new opportunities. The onus is on each of the 13 schools to come up with suggestions.
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TAFE tasters Year 9 & Year 10 To experience what it is like to study a VET subject Taste of the related industry they experience and its related careers.
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