Vocational Education and Training (VET) programs at Suncoast Christian College provide our students with great pathways into the workforce and further education.
MARK – THE FOLLOWING PARAGRAPH MIGHT NEED REWRITING BECAUSE IT RELATES TO ‘OP’
We recognise that there are many pathways to success. These can be solely vocational, with a ‘hands on’ learning emphasis without the OP component or blended, where many students choose a dual pathway that still provides an OP but contains a vocational education and training component.
Certificate IV in Crime and Justice
This program is made available through 32123QLD RTO: Unity College.
This is the Current Scope for Certificate IV in Crime and Justice. Students must be enrolled in Legal Studies to qualify for this course. This certificate is not a standalone subject and cannot be counted as one of the 6 subjects in a student’s load.
COURSE OUTLINE: 10283NAT Certificate IV in Crime and Justice
Certificate III in Christian Ministry and Theology
This program is made available through 30414 RTO: VETA Morphus.
Veta Morphus is Christian Leadership Training for senior secondary students enabling students to receive academic credit for their spiritual formation. The Certificate has been approved by QCAA as an endorsed course and on completion will give students 8 credit points towards their QCE. The College will partner with Veta Youth to deliver the course on our campus. Veta Morphus can lead to many different pathways and on completion; students receive a Certificate III in Christian Ministry. The course can contribute to several career and study pathways including youth work, social work, education, community services and aged care.
COURSE OUTLINE: 10432NAT – Certificate in III Christian Ministry & Theology
Certificate III in Music Industry
As a Registered Training Organisation (RTO), Suncoast Christian College (RTO No. 30574) makes this program available.
Students will be required to audition for this course, as there is a minimum standard of proficiency required for both performance work and song writing. Having the ability to read music is beneficial but not essential to enrolment in this course.
The general focus of the course is on contemporary pop and rock music using songs from the Christian and secular fields. Students perform on instruments such as drums, electric and acoustic guitar, bass guitar, piano, keyboards and vocals.
The two year course is conducted on the Suncoast Christian College Campus and students will be issued the Certificate III qualification, once all requirements have been met. Late entrance into the course may prevent eligibility to receive a certificate as the student must be competent in all 11 units of the course.
- CUACMP301 Implement Copyright Arrangements
- CUAIND303 Work Effectively in the Music Industry
- BSBWHS201 Contribute to Health and Safety of Self and Others
- CUAMCP301 Compose simple songs or musical pieces
- CUAMPF303 Contribute to back up accompaniment
- CUAMPF304 Make a music demo
- CUAMLT302 Apply knowledge of genre to music making
- CUAIND304 Plan a career in Creative Arts Industry
- CUAMPF302 Prepare for performances
- CUAMCP303 Develop musical pieces using electronic media
- BSBWRT301 Write Simple Documents