Vocational Education & Training
Marist College Vocational Skills Department recognises the importance of a comprehensive and dynamic education. In support of our College vision, we work with Students, Parents/Caregivers, Teachers and the Broader Community to chart pathways of success for our young people.
The world of work is rapidly changing, with immense advances in technology and social change. Students who build a ‘portfolio of skills’ develop the ability to craft and navigate multiple careers over their working life.
New research undertaken by the Foundation for Young Australians, estimates students can expect to have an average of 17 jobs/job roles across 5 careers in their lifetime. Our Vocational Skills Department is uniquely positioned to help students embrace and navigate these challenges.
Building ‘transferable skills’ that can be applied across a range of jobs and industries is our focus.
As a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) Marist College Emerald is at the forefront of linking industry driven Vocational Skills to Catholic Education’s academic aspirations. Producing capable, competent and confident graduates.
Marist College Vocational Skills Department is ‘Building Skills for Life!’
INTERNAL VOCATIONAL SKILLS PROGRAM RTO 30330 | QCAA 449
Marist College Emerald Registered Training Organisation (RTO) is accredited to deliver nationally registered qualifications. This affords us the ability to provide customised Vocational Education Training programs during the senior years.
Vocational Education Subjects available to students are as follows:
Certificate I in Hospitality | SIT10216
Certificate II in Hospitality | SIT20316
Certificate III in Hospitality | SIT30616
Certificate I in Manufacturing (Pathways) | MSM10216
Certificate II in Engineering (Pathways) | MEM20413
Certificate III in Business | BSB30115
In partnership with Binnacle Training RTO 31319 www.binnacletraining.com.au
Certificate III in Aviation (Remote Pilot) | AVI30419
In partnership with UAVAIR | BASAIR Australia RTO 1327 www.uavair.com.au
Certificate II in Health Services | HLT23215
Certificate II in Community Services | CHC20215
Certificate III in Health Services Assistance | HLT33115
In partnership with Connect‘n’Grow RTO 40518 www.connectngrow.edu.au
EXTERNAL VOCATIONAL EDUCATION SKILLS PROGRAM
In consultation with the Assistant Principal – Curriculum, students can access a range of alternative study options and individual study programs.
Marist College Vocational Skills Department maintains strong working relationships with a number of training organisations to ensure quality education across a variety of courses identified below. Where students are interested in a particular field/industry not specifically identified below, they are encouraged to speak with the RTO & Vocational Skills Manager to discuss their individual needs.
Central Queensland University
RTO Code: 40939 www.cqu.edu.au
Certificate II in Automotive (Vocational Preparation)
Career Training Institute of Australia
RTO Code: 6517 www.ctia.edu.au
Certificate II in Tourism
Certificate III in Tourism
RTO Code: 40932 www.horizon2.com.au
Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care
The Australian College of Commerce and Management
RTO Code: 1441 www.accm.edu.au
Certificate III in Information Technology
Certificate IV in Information Technology
Certificate III in Business (Medical Administration)
Certificate III in Legal Services
For further information, please speak with the Marist College RTO & Vocational Skills Manager:
Ms Monique Evans
Complaints & Appeals
Marist College Emerald is committed to supporting our students enrolled in Vocational Education subjects.
Students or families with concerns are encouraged to contact our RTO & Vocational Skills Manager. Complaints and appeals processes are outlined our complaints and appeals policy and procedure.
• Download the Complaints and Appeals Policy and Procedure
• Download the Complaints and Appeals Form
Unique Student Identifier
Any person undertaking nationally recognised training delivered by a registered training organisation will
need to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI).
Students at the College are required to create their own USI number by following the simple steps outlined
on the linked factsheet. They will need to then provide evidence of their USI number to the College by
completing and returning the ‘USI Collection and Verification Form’ prior to commencing any Accredited
Training at the College.
Marist College Emerald is not permitted to issue Statements of Attainment or Certificates unless we have
record of the students USI number.
For more information, please click here to watch a useful video.
Vocational Educational Contacts
RTO & Vocational Skills Manager ~ Ms Monique Evans
YES Program Coordinator ~ Mrs Danielle Hales
Careers Guidance Advisor ~ Mr Mitchell Dean
Assistant Principal Curriculum ~ Mrs Maria Parlato
Address: Jeppesen Drive, Emerald QLD 4720
Postal Address: PO Box 81, Emerald QLD 4720
Phone: 07 4994 9100
Absentee Line: 07 4994 9101