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2013 Course selections is fast approaching (and approached from some) schools.

YAT funded programs need to go through somewhat of a selection process starting with asking the schools in our region what programs they would like to see run next year.

With this information, Kris and I meet with the other system sectors (AISWA and CEO) and the South Metro Regional VET Representatives, to negotiate places for the North Metro Schools and students.

Below is a poll to vote for the qualifications that your school and students would like to see run for next year.

We plan on running up to two classes of Certificate II in Retail (RTO – Directions) next year, so please advertise this to your students.

Please take the time to select up to three qualification below – you will only be able to vote once.

The selected RTO must come from the list as outlined in the table below:

BSB40207
Certificate IV in Business
Bridgeworks
Directions
Central Institute
Challenger
Polytechnic West
RTO Solutions
Skills Strategies
SMR Learning Services
Sterling Business Centre
CHC20108
Certificate II in Community Service
AIW
Bridgeworks
Directions
Challenger
Community and Youth Training
Polytechnic West
RTO Solutions
SMYL
Sterling Business Centre
TR7
CHC30708
Certificate III in Children’s Services
Australian Higher Education Academy
Challenger
Macquarie Community College
Polytechnic
RTO Solutions
SMYL
Sterling Business Centre
CPP20107
Certificate II in Spatial Information Services
Central Institute
MEM20105
Certificate II in Engineering
Challenger
Polytechnic
MSL30109
Certificate II in Laboratory Skills
Central Institute
LabTech Training
SIT20307
Certificate II in Hospitality (Kitchen Operations)
Polytechnic
SIT20107
Certificate II in Tourism
Central Institute
Challenger
Sterling Business College
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4 thoughts on “2013 YAT Funded Programs

  1. Dan & Kris

    What is the scope for Cert II Community Services in the proposed YAT funded courses?

    Tracey Loughnan

  2. Hi Tracey,

    This would depend on the cohort of students and the partner RTO that we engage in. Should Community Services be chosen as one of the quails we move forward with, Kris and I will run a quick consultation with schools to decide on the focus of the qual for delivery.

    Cheers
    Dan

  3. You are brilliant! What a great idea to have the drop off box for RTO Handbooks and application forms. Thank you so much.

    • Thanks Diana,
      we are so pleased that the website is working out and is helpful for schools 🙂

      Thanks for the positive feedback.

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