Registered Training Provider (RTO)

Australind Senior High School

Australind Senior High School is a Registered Training Provider (RTO) – National Provider No 50533.

This allows the school to provide cost effective, high quality training solutions for your child’s future, through delivery of nationally recognised training.

Vocational Education and Training supports the delivery of nationally recognised qualifications and assists students to prepare for the world of work. In Year 10 work begins with career education, helping students to explore job opportunities and identifying individual strengths and interests. Students also have the opportunity to complete work experience.

In Year 11 and 12 students are able to complete a nationally recognised qualification, providing an alternative pathway to graduation; or they can complete a qualification while also completing ATAR courses for university entrance.


As part of our RTO, we offer the following VET qualification courses:

BSB10115 Certificate I in Business

BSB20115 Certificate II in Business

CPC10111 Certificate I in Construction

ICT20115 Certificate II in Information, Digital Media and Technology

MEM20413 Certificate II in Engineering Pathways

SIT10216 Certificate I in Hospitality

SIT20416 Certificate II in Kitchen Operations

52824WA Certificate II in Building and Construction (Pathway – Trades)

We also have partnering arrangements with other RTO’s to deliver the following VET qualification courses:

  • With YMCA (National provider No: 3979)

CHC22015 Certificate II in Community Services

FSK20113 Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways

SIS20513 Certificate II in Sport Coaching

SIS20213 Certificate II in Outdoor Recreation

  • With COSAMP (National provider No: 41549)

CUA10315 Certificate I in Visual Arts

CUA 20615 Certificate II in Music Industry

School based traineeships and apprenticeships

A school based trainee/apprentice is considered a full-time student as well as a part-time employee, with the same employment, training privileges and responsibilities as other trainees, while also being paid and receiving on the job training.

Many industries have approved apprenticeships and traineeships for school students. They include the manufacturing, electrical, construction, health, engineering, automotive, sport, hospitality, business, primary and food industries.

A school-based trainee/apprentice will work and train one or two days a week while still completing the WA Certificate of Education (WACE) at school on the other days. Studies completed as part of the traineeship/apprenticeship transfer towards WACE.