You can start getting industry skills through vocational education and training (VET) while you’re at school.
How VET in schools works
You can complete a full VET qualification at school or do units from a qualification which goes towards your South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE) and post-school training, or an apprenticeship.
Get VET qualifications while you’re at school through:
- Speak to your school career counsellor or VET Coordinator.
- Search for your career.
Useful information about the SACE and VET in school
Find out more by visiting the SACE website.
How ICAN/FLO works
School students 16 years and over who are enrolled in school as ICAN or FLO students may be eligible to access the Skills for All training subsidy.
A new 12 month pilot is starting from 2 July 2012. Read more information in the fact sheets on the ICAN website
View Alex Nikielski talk about how Skills for All will support school-based apprentices (Youtube, 1min)