Vocational Education


​​​​Woree State High School is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO 30457) currently registered to deliver the following qualifications: 

  • BSB20115 – Certificate II in Business (RTO Code: 30457) ends November 2022 
  • BSB10120 - Certificate I in Workplace Skills (RTO Code: 30457)
  • BSB20120 - Certificate II in Workplace Skills (RTO Code: 30457)
  • CHC30113 – Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care (RTO Code: 30457)
  • SIT10216 - Certifi​cate I in Hospitality (RTO Code: 30457)
  • SIT20316 - Certificate II in Hospitality (RTO Code: 30457)
  • SIT30616 – Certificate III in Hospitality (RTO Code: 30457)
  • SIT20116 – Certificate II in Tourism (RTO Code: 30457)
Other qualifications delivered at Woree State High School by external Registered Training Organisations (RTO):
  • CPC10111 - Certificate I in Construction delivered by Blue Dog Training (RTO Code: 31193)
  • MEM20413 – Certificate II in Engineering Pathways delivered by Blue Dog Training (RTO Code: 31193)
  • HLT23215 - Certificate II in Health Support Services delivered by Connect 'n' Grow Pty Ltd (RTO Code: 40518)
  • HLT 33115 – Certificate III in Health Services Assistance delivered by Connect 'n' Grow Pty Ltd (RTO Code: 40518)
  • SIS30315 Certificate III in Fitness delivered by Binnacle Training (RTO code: 31319)
Enrolment into a Vocational Education Training​ Course (VET) after the start date may lead to a statement of attainment/s only, rather than the complete qualification. 

To obtain a certificate or qualification all students studying a VET course must have a Unique Student Identifier (USI). For more information visit:

All courses are delivered by qualified staff awarded a TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, and who possess current industry skills.
This information is correct at time of publication (January 2022), but subject to change.

School to work opportunities

Work experience or structured workplace learning is offered widely to students in Years 10, 11 and 12 at the Woree and SchoolTech campuses. This regularly results in our students being offered an opportunity for a School-based Apprenticeship or Traineeship (SAT).
School-based Apprenticeships or Traineeships are available to students at either the Woree State High School or SchoolTech campuses. All School-based Apprentices or Trainees must continue to meet the requirements of the school code of behaviour and strive for continual improvement in education. This is achieved through regular mentoring and support from all staff.
Prior to a students signing into a contract to commence a School-based Apprenticeship or Traineeship, lengthy discussions are held regarding employment and training pathways and the benefits in relation to the Queensland Certificate of Education. All students achieving a School-based Apprenticeship or Traineeship are referred to the Guidance Officer for career advice.
Students are encouraged to have regular contact with the Vocational Education and Training Coordinator to discuss employment opportunities, Student Education Training (SET) Plan goals and certificate courses available.
Parents are welcome to contact the Vocational Education and Training Coordinator to discuss opportunities available for their student.

For further information regarding School-based Apprenticeships or Traineeships please download a copy of our Vocational Education a​nd Training (VET) Student Handbook. You are also welcome to contact me directly.

We also suggest you review the information contained in the following websites: 

The school, as an Registered Training Organisation (RTO), has a complaints and appeals policy specific to its RTO operations.

A complaint can be made to the school RTO regarding the conduct of:

  • the school RTO, its trainers, assessors or other school RTO staff
  • students of the RTO
  • any third parties providing services on behalf of the school RTO (if relevant). 

An appeal can be made to the school RTO to request a review of a decision, including assessment decisions.

The school RTO will ensure that the principles of natural justice and procedural fairness are adopted at every stage of the complaints and appeals process. All formal complaints and appeals will be heard and decided on within 60 calendar days of receiving the written complaint or appeal.

If the school RTO considers more than 60 calendar days are required to process and finalise the complaint or appeal, the complainant or appellant will be informed of the reasons in writing and will be regularly updated on the progress of the matter.

If the processes fail to resolve the complaint or appeal, a review by an independent party will be provided if requested.

Complaints or appeals should be directed to the Principal as CEO of the school RTO:

Last reviewed 09 June 2022
Last updated 09 June 2022