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Shenton College. WELCOME Adam Pengelly - Year Leader Chris Hill, Associate Principal - Year 10 and GATE Mike Morgan - Principal Janet Schofield - Dean.

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1 Shenton College

2 WELCOME Adam Pengelly - Year Leader Chris Hill, Associate Principal - Year 10 and GATE Mike Morgan - Principal Janet Schofield - Dean of Studies Jane Hamburg – Student Services Coordinator

3 Course Selection Process  Students complete a Careers topic in their HASS class.  Students have presentations from Learning Areas.  Jan Schofield and Jane Hamburg present to all the students.  Parent Night on Monday 16 th June.  Parent Report day, Thursday 3 rd July.  Course counselling interviews Wk 10, Term 2 and Wk 1 & 2 of Term 3.  Course Selection sheets to Mentor teacher by MONDAY 4 th AUGUST.

4 4 All courses offered at Shenton College: ATAR General VET Certificates (Vocational Education & Training) and Endorsed Programs Contribute to the achievement of the Western Australian Certificate of Education. This is also known as Graduation. 4

5 Sequential development All ATAR and General courses demonstrate an increasing level of complexity from Year 11 to Year 12. Course units must be completed sequentially - Year 11 units then Year 12 units. ATAR courses – students who are aiming to enrol in university direct from school. General courses – students who are aiming to enter further training or the workforce directly from school. Vocational Education & Training(VET) – VET courses developed in consultation with industry are nationally recognised.

6 Pathways Students can mix and match from the options provided through Shenton to ensure they have the best platform to achieve: WACE and pathways beyond school Students are selecting a two year course pathway.

7 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS Complete a Literacy and Numeracy Assessment to demonstrate a minimum standard based on skills regarded as essential for individuals to meet the demands of everyday life and work in a knowledge-based economy. Complete a minimum of four Year 12 ATAR courses including the external examination (i.e. be eligible for an ATAR) or complete a Certificate II or higher. To achieve a WACE students must satisfy the following:

8 BREADTH & DEPTH Complete at least 20 units (or equivalents) including a minimum of 10 Year 12 units. Complete two Year 11 English units and a pair of Year 12 English units. One pair of units from a Year 12 List A (arts/languages/social sciences) course and one pair of units from a Year 12 List B course (mathematics/sciences/technologies). To achieve a WACE students must:

9 ACHIEVEMENT Achieve a minimum of 14 C grades (or equivalent) in Year 11 and Year 12, including at least 6 C grades in Year 12 units (or equivalents). Unit equivalence can be obtained through VET and/or Endorsed Programs to a maximum of 8 units. Up to 8 unit equivalents through completed VET programs Up to 4 unit equivalents through completed Endorsed programs Up to 8 unit equivalents through a combination of VET and Endorsed Programs To achieve a WACE students must: NOT AN AVERAGE!!

10 Completed qualification Equivalence (total) Credit allocation (units) Satisfies the minimum VET qualification requirement for WACE 1112 Certificate I2 units2-X Certificate II4 units22 Certificate III or higher Partial (220+) 4 units22 Full6 units24 VET equivalences For a completed Certificate I, units of competency must have a minimum of 110 nominal hours. For a completed Certificate II, the achievement of units of competency must be a minimum of 220 hours. More substantial elective units may be required to ensure the minimum is met.

11 To achieve a WACE, students will be required to complete the Online Literacy and Numeracy Assessment (OLNA) and demonstrate achievement at or above a minimum standard. The OLNA has three components – reading, writing and numeracy. Students who achieve Band 8 or higher in the associated component of their Year 9 NAPLAN tests will be recognised as having met the standard required for that component of the OLNA. Literacy and Numeracy Assessment

12 Students will be required to undertake the OLNA in Semester 1, Year 10 unless they have prequalified for one or more components through achievement of Band 8 or higher in the Year 9 NAPLAN tests. If the student does not meet the standard in Semester 1, then they must sit in Semester 2, Year 10, and, if required, Semester 1, Year 11. From then on, and if required, students may choose when next to sit the assessment. When do students sit the OLNA?

13 If students do not meet the literacy and numeracy standard by the time they exit secondary school, they can apply to the Authority to re-sit the assessment. All students (whether they have achieved the WACE or not) will receive a Western Australian Statement of Student Achievement – a record of all courses and or programs completed.

14 Typically, students enrolled at a school cannot sit an Authority examination as a private candidate. From 2016, private candidature in ATAR examinations will only be available to students:  seeking mature age university entrance OR  undertaking language courses through interstate offerings (e.g. Chinese: Background – NSW) OR  Undertaking European background language courses (e.g. German background language) Private Candidates

15 Jane Hamburg Vocational Education and Training Opportunities

16 Vocational Education and Training enables students to gain nationally recognised qualifications. This training provides hands on practical experience needed for a specific career or can be used as a pathway into University studies. What is Vocational Education and Training (VET)?

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18 HIGH SCHOOLTAFEUNIVERSITYAQF Level Doctoral DegreeLevel 10 Masters DegreeLevel 9 Graduate Diploma Graduate Certificate Bachelor Honours Degree Level 8 Bachelor DegreeLevel 7 Associate Degree Advanced Diploma Level 6 DiplomaLevel 5 Certificate IVLevel 4 Certificate IIILevel 3 Certificate IILevel 2 Certificate ILevel 1 Senior Secondary Certificates of Australian Qualification Framework (AQF) HIGH SCHOOLSTPUNIVERSITYAQF Level Doctoral DegreeLevel 10 Masters DegreeLevel 9 Graduate Diploma Graduate Certificate Bachelor Honours Degree Level 8 Bachelor DegreeLevel 7 Associate Degree Advanced Diploma Level 6 DiplomaLevel 5 Certificate IVLevel 4 Certificate IIILevel 3 Certificate IILevel 2 Certificate ILevel 1 Senior Secondary Certificates of Education

19 Certificate Courses (VET) and the Benefits Provides credit towards the achievement of WACE. Demand for young people with well-developed vocational skills remains strong. Students can begin training at school and those who successfully complete all of the requirements will gain a nationally recognised certificate qualification e.g. Certificate II Business.

20 Certificate - Vocational Education and Training and the Benefits Direct links into post school Certificate course options at a State Training Provider. Students can take part in the School Pre-Apprenticeship Program and School-based Traineeships which can reduce a post school apprenticeship. These Certificate qualifications together with course grades will support students to have the competitive edge when seeking STP/TAFE entry and or employment in various industries.

21 School Delivery – qualifications delivered by the school in partnership with a RTO State Training Provider (formerly TAFE) – qualifications delivered by a STP offsite (1 day per week, normally advertised Term 2 and each STP has its own process and timeline) Pre-apprenticeship in Schools (PAiS) – qualifications delivered off site through a RTO/STP (1 – 2 days per week, normally advertised Term 2 and each STP has its own process and timeline) School Based Traineeships and Apprenticeships (SBT/SBA) – qualifications delivered through on the job training (1 – 2 days per week) with students receiving payment while training VET in School Programs at Shenton College

22 Combination of Alternative Courses offered to Students which take them off campus Pathway 1 – Career Access Program (CAP) - 3 courses + qualification + WPL - 3 days at school - STP, SBA/SBT and/or WPL – 2 days Pathway 2 – Alternative Pathway - 5 courses/qualifications taken at school - 1 day at PAIS, STP, SBT

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24 Workplace Learning An endorsed program the Workplace Learning Program provides an opportunity for a student to demonstrate and develop increasing competence in the core skills for work. To complete this program students must: -work in one or more real workplace/s to develop a set of transferrable work skills -record the number of hours and the tasks undertaken in a logbook -completion of a skills journal -spend 55 hours in the workplace A maximum of 4 programs may be completed in years 11 and 12.

25 Endorsed Program A student can only use endorsed programs for 2 units of equivalence in Year 11 and two units in Year 12 - but this must be considered in relation to the total number of equivalences being claimed for through VET. Authority-developed Provider-developed School-developed Cathy Sayers –

26 Endorsed Program Examples

27 Senior Secondary Category List of Endorsed Programs

28 Jan Schofield Courses and Pathway Options offered through Shenton College

29 State Training Admissions Currently working on a model for admissions incorporating new WACE requirements Consultation process underway Transition arrangements will be in place

30 STP/TAFE entry requirements All applicants must meet entry requirements  Communication (English) & Mathematics  Courses are split into competitive and non competitive for entry purposes  Some courses are competitive and selection criteria need to be meet  Check the TrainingWA website for latest details

31 Selection criteria model Portfolio QUALIFICATION PATHWAY [29 points] WORKPLACE EXPERIENCE AND EMPLOYMENT [Maximum total combined score – 29 points ] SECONDARY EDUCATION / SKILL DEVELOPMENT [Maximum total combined score – 42 points ] English + 2 others OR  

32 32 General Courses and VET Certificate Courses Pathways include STP/TAFE, Apprenticeship, Traineeship General courses have a practical emphasis together with theory in school. No WACE exam in Year 12. Class tests and assessments. General courses have an external assessment task in Semester 1, Year 12 set by the Authority. VET courses e.g. Cert II Business or Cert II Sport & Recreation - students can achieve National VET Qualifications, which will make them very competitive for State Training Provider (STP/TAFE) entry. Some students may have a course which requires them to be out of school one day per week e.g. STP/TAFE (Ms Hamburg ) or Workplace Learning (Ms Sayers). 32

33 General Courses - STP/TAFE Pathway Courses English General ArtsHealth & Phys. Education Technologies Mathematics Essentials Design: Photography Outdoor Education Design Tech Graphics Science – Integrated Science Media Production & Analysis Materials Design Technology Humanities – Career & Enterprise MusicApplied Info Tech Visual Arts

34 Year 11 Certificate Pathway Offerings at Shenton  Certificate II Business  Cert II Computer Aided Design (Visual Art) (Year 12)  Cert II Dance  Certificate II Digital Media and Technology (Year 12)  Certificate II in Engineering over two years (Year 11 & 12)  Certificate II Hospitality (Kitchen Operations)  Certificate II Sport & Recreation  Workplace Learning (Endorsed Program)

35 University Entry Requirements Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE) Final Scaled Score of 50 or better in an English or Literature ATAR (Australian Tertiary Admission Rank) – is a percentile ranking. The sum of four (4) best ATAR courses. This is the student’s TEA (Tertiary Entrance Aggregate). An ATAR high enough to gain entry into the course of choice. Pre-requisite courses (as required) TISC

36 Prerequisites move Go to TISC website Link to a university Information about courses Check prerequisites Go to Admissions Requirements for School Leavers for more information.

37 37 ATAR Courses in Year 11 and 12 Pathways include University and State Training Provider/TAFE entry:  Academic rigour.  Five days in school.  Minimum of (3) three study/homework sessions per course each week.  hours of study at home per night.  WACE exams in all ATAR courses are compulsory.  Exams for university entry, 50:50 school and exams.  Scores can be over 5 consecutive years for university entry.

38 ATAR Courses - University Pathway ArtsEnglishHealth & Physical Educ Languages DanceLiteraturePhysical Educ Studies French Second Language Design: Photography EnglishJapanese Second Language Drama Studies Media Production and Analysis Music Visual Arts

39 University Pathway Courses con’t MathematicsScienceHumanities & Social Sciences Technologies Mathematics - Specialist & Mathematics – Methods BiologyAccounting & Finance Applied Info Technology Mathematics - Methods ChemistryAncient HistoryComputer Science Mathematics - Applications Human BiologyEconomicsEngineering Studies PhysicsGeographyFood Science & Technology Modern History Politics & Law

40 Advice for choosing Pathways Typically:  University bound students study a minimum of four ATAR courses over Year 11 & 12. The other one or two courses may come from the suite of General or Certificate courses on offer.  Students planning STP/TAFE entry, training (Apprenticeship or Traineeship) or directly into the workforce, can study a mixture of General courses and VET Certificates. Students must select at least one Certificate course.

41 English General pathway description YEAR 11YEAR 12 Typical university oriented pathway A1/A2 ENG A1/A2 LIT ATENG ATLIT Typical pathway to STP/TAFE (further training) or employment, but leaving open the option of university A1/A2 ENG G1/G2 ENG ATENG GTENG Typical pathway to STP/TAFE (further training) or employment G1/G2 ENGGTENG

42 Course Pathways COURSE CODE STP/TAFE PATHWAY Yr 11  Yr 12 UNI PATHWAY Yr 11  Yr 12 Outdoor Ed - OED G1OED/G2OED  GTOED Applied Info Tech - AIT G1/G2AIT  Cert II Applied Digital Media Tech A1AIT/A2AIT  ATAIT Physical Ed Studies - PES Cert II in Sport Recreation  Cert II Sport Coaching A1PES/A2PES  ATPES Media Prod. & Analysis MPA G1MPA/G2MPA  GTMPA A1MPA/A2MPA  ATMPA

43 WACE Mathematics PathwayYear 11Year 12 Double mathematics for university entry to specialist courses such as engineering, physical sciences and mathematics ATAR Mathematics: Specialist Units 1&2 and ATAR Mathematics: Methods Units 1&2 → ATAR Mathematics: Specialist Units 3&4 and ATAR Mathematics: Methods Units 3&4 Single mathematics for university entry to courses where further mathematics is likely to be needed ATAR Mathematics: Methods Units 1&2→ ATAR Mathematics: Methods Units 3&4 Single mathematics for university entry to general courses or entry to STP/TAFE training qualifications requiring a stronger mathematics background ATAR Mathematics: Applications Units 1&2→ ATAR Mathematics: Applications Units 3&4 Single mathematics for students to develop general mathematical skills for further training STP/TAFE or employment Mathematics: Essential (General course) Units 1&2 → Mathematics: Essential (General course) Units 3&4

44 Course Selection You are able to select from THREE (3) packages Which offer the following:  An Apprenticeship or Traineeship pathway – complete Package 1, the Career Access Program;  State Training Provider/TAFE and Alternate University entry pathway – mainly General courses and Certificate II qualifications, which give you the competitive edge – complete Package 2;  University pathway – mainly ATAR courses in Year 11 – complete Package 3.

45 Package 1 – Career Access Program (CAP) CAP – 3days in school; 2 days outside school.  Five (5) compulsory courses, certificates, programs:  English General;  Mathematics Essential;  Career and Enterprise General  Workplace Learning (Endorsed Program);  Industry Focus area - Hospitality (Cert II Hospitality) OR Industrial Arts (Cert II Engineering)  STP/TAFE, PAiS, SBT/SBA.  Ms Hamburg Coordinator the Career Access Program

46 Package 2 – State Training Provider/TAFE & Alternate University entry Select ONE of ENGLISH and list this as your first course in the Course Selections table: (i) English General G1ENG+G2ENG; (ii) English ATAR A1ENG+A2ENG; (only if available to you); Select a List B course Select ONE of the Year 11 VET pathway options listed in the table.

47 VET Pathway Options 2015 Year 11 Year 12 G1AIT+G2AIT - Applied Info Tech →Cert II Info Digital Media & Tech G1DEST + G2DEST - Design Tech Graphics → Cert II Computer Aided Design (Visual Art) Cert II Business →Cert III Business AND/OR Cert II Tourism Cert II Dance →GTDAN - Dance G1MUS+G2MUS →Cert II Music Cert II Hospitality (Kitchen Ops) →Cert II in Hospitality (Food & Beverage) Cert II Sport & Recreation →Cert II in Sports Coaching Cert II Engineering (over Yr 11 & 12) →Cert II Engineering (over Yr 11 & 12) ADWPL - Workplace Learning (End Prog) → ADWPL – Workplace Learning (Endorse Prog)

48 Package 2 – con’t  Select THREE other courses (maximum of 2 Certificates)  Your selections should now total 6.  You may wish to consider attending ONE of STP/TAFE or Work Place Learning, one day a week. If so tick ( ) in the box □ and tell us your Industry focus.  Note: - If you select STP/TAFE, ONCE it is confirmed that you are enrolled at STP/TAFE, you may then reduce your course selection to 5. This means you will study 5 courses at school and one course at STP/TAFE.

49 Example of Package 2 Year 11Year 12 G1/G2 ENGGTENG A1/A2MAAAATMAA G1/G2AITCert II Info Digital Media & Technology Cert II Engineering G1/G2ISCGTISC G1/G2OEDGTOED

50 Package 3 – University Pathway Select ONE of : - English A1ENG + A2ENG or - Literature A1LIT + A2LIT Select a List B course Select Four (4) other courses. You must select a minimum of four ATAR courses. Students can select from a VET pathway to enable them to achieve a Certificate II in Year 12. Students will be required to sit EXAMS each semester and the compulsory Year 12 EXIT exams in November 2016.

51 Course Availability 1 Likely to succeed 2 Likely to succeed with application 3 Not recommended 4 Offered with NO recommendation  Inside folder with Semester One Report.

52 ALL Students Select and complete the preferred Package 1, 2 or 3. Ensure that you meet the minimum requirements (prerequisites) for each course & follow teacher’s advice from the COURSE AVAILABILITY sheet. Gain a signature of endorsement from the appropriate teacher if the entry on the Course Availability sheet is blank against any one course you have selected. The teacher may not recommend. Ensure at least one list A and one list B course.

53 Unacceptable Combinations of Courses  English ATAR & Literature ATAR;  Scaled scores from only two mathematics courses may be used in the ATAR.

54 Will I get what I want?  Most students get their six courses.  If not, then two courses occur at the same time or the course has been cancelled.  Pre-requisites will be enforced.  Have a 7 th choice in mind.  Re-selection occurs mid Term three.

55 Can I Change Courses?  Early is better. THIS YEAR is preferable. Any change in 2015 needs to be done by the end of Week 5, Term One.  Restricted choices.  some classes may be full  choices must fit the timetable  You will need to catch up on assessments. 6 courses + weeks missed

56 How do I decide? Future Career Choices Education and Training required Pre-requisite or Preferred school courses Choose those courses first and then…..

57 Shenton Website Help

58 Careers Information

59 Course Selection Help

60 Career Centre

61 Resources University Admission Guide - Job Guides – STP/TAFE – Apprenticeships – Web Sites – to assist career search: Myfutre Career Centre - Shenton College - Intranet/Careers Information Student Services & Library University Prospectus and STP / TAFE Brochures Career Pamphlets Bullseye posters

62 Course and Careers Advisors at Shenton College Janet Lyn Jane Bill Telephone: (ask for Student Services)

63 QUESTION TIME CONCLUSION of EVENING Shenton College website

64 Current WACE courses – Year 12 units WACE Mathematics courses MAS 3CDMathematics: Specialist MAT 3CDMathematics: Methods MAT 3AB MAT 2CDMathematics: Applications MAT 2AB MAT 1DE Mathematics: Essential MAT 1BCMathematics: Foundation MAT P unitsMathematics: Preliminary


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