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Vocational education

Senior students at Kuraby Special school engage in a range of opportunities which embed employability skills and functional independence into their daily learning. These opportunities include internal work experience opportunities through our internal work experience skill development and learning where students can participate in a variety of employability opportunities to gain 'hands on' experience in the following internal school work programs;
  • car washing and detailing
  • student enterprise dog biscuits
  • fruit and Vegie boxes
  • plant hire
  • sub station computer recycling
  • school canteen

 

Students also have opportunity to participate in external work experience opportunities and post school options sampling.

 


Your child may be enrolled in one or more VET certificate courses offered through Special Education Training Alliance (SETA) that taught by VET trained school staff.  These courses are overseen and managed by SETA central RTO based at Western Suburbs Special School (RTO 41021). On successful completion of the course your child will be awarded a nationally recognised qualification.   If your child does not complete the full qualification they will receive a Statement of Attainment outlining the units that have been completed successfully. 
 
The courses available at Kuraby Special School:
  • CHC14015 - Certificate I in Active Volunteering
  • FSK10113 – Certificate I in  Access to Vocational Pathways (AVP)
  • SIT10216 – Certificate I in Hospitality
  • ICTICT115 – Certificate I in Information and Digital Media Technology (IDMT)
 
 
For more information on SETA, specific certificate courses and copies of the complaints and appeals policy please visit www.seta.eq.edu.au