Careers and Pathways

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Our Program

Our dedicated Careers and Pathways program is designed to assist students in preparing themselves for their futures, whether that's planning for further study or movement into the workplace.

St Andrew's takes a rounded approach to providing career pathway advice and support to students, recognising that each student has different interests, strengths, capabilities, values, and life goals. Opportunities for senior study include General and Applied objects and VET options to ensure students their personalised pathway to tertiary education, vocational education and training, or work - with each student's individual pathway guided by our staff. Throughout their journey in the senior years, students receive one-on-one advice from our Careers and Pathways team and are exposed to multiple opportunities to gain insight and knowledge into future career options. Building student awareness of the importance of developing their confidence, communication skills, relationship, and teamwork skills for the workforce, is an important part of our approach.

St Andrew's Careers Website

The St Andrew’s Careers Website is a dedicated site to assist our students in identifying careers they may want to pursue, including a wealth of information about specific occupations, pathways during Years 11 and 12, further education and strategies to help narrow down the options.

View Career's Website

Vocational Education

St Andrew’s offers pathways for students not pursuing an ATAR (Australian Tertiary Admission Rank), providing access to Certificate and Diploma courses as well as traineeships and apprenticeships in Years 10, 11 and 12.

St Andrew’s is dedicated to delivering the very best in quality training and assessment to our students, including through the close partnerships we foster with Registered Training Organisations (RTO’s) to offer an extensive range of Vocational Education and Training (VET) courses.

Upon successful completion of a VET course, students receive a nationally recognised qualification within the Vocational Qualification Framework (VQF); and completed VET qualifications can provide students with points contributing to their Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE).

St Andrew's currently offers the following VET courses:

  • Diploma of Business (Entrepreneurship)
  • Certificate III in Fitness
  • Certificate II in Hospitality & Certificate III in Events*
  • Certificate II in Health Support Services // Certificate III in Allied Health Assistance#
  • Certificate IV in Crime and Justice

* Certificate II in Hospitality and Certificate III in Events is a dual qualification undertaken over Years 11 and 12.

# Certificate II in Health Support Services and Certificate III in Allied Health Assistance is a dual qualification completed in Year 10.

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