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Vocational Education and Training

At Henley High School, we believe in providing students with diverse pathways to success, and Vocational Education and Training (VET) is a key component of this philosophy. VET offers students in Years 11 and 12 the opportunity to gain tertiary qualifications while still at school, setting them on the path towards a fulfilling career.

Certificate qualifications are obtained by completing the required number of competencies, each with designated hours for successful completion. These hours are then converted into SACE Credits, with 70 nominal hours equivalent to 10 SACE Credits.

Students at Henley High School can engage in preparatory pre-VET courses as part of our Year 10 curriculum.

Our VET offerings can be accessed through a variety of independent Registered Training Organisations. Notably, successful completion of a Certificate III (except Retail Operations) can contribute to the calculation of an Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR), supporting students pursuing a university pathway.

For a comprehensive list of our VET offerings, please see the VET Flexible Industry Pathways section of our Curriculum Guide.

VET Training and Unique Student Identifier (USI)

Enrolled students in VET courses are required to obtain a Unique Student Identifier (USI), which is provided to the Registered Training Organisation (RTO) for result processing. Students can acquire a USI through the USI website.

More information

To express your interest in a VET program, please complete the form below. For further information, please contact our Assistant Principal Year 11-12, SACE and Vocational Learning, Mr Tristan Kouwenhoven at or 08 8355 7000.

This expression of interest form should be completed by the student and a parent/caregiver.

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