Vocational Education and Training

​​​​​​​​​​​​​NRT.logo_.colour.jpgSt Peter Claver College Training Provider Number 30028

St Peter Claver College offers a range of vocational qualifications across a number of training package areas both as an RTO and in partnership with other training providers. These qualifications are nationally recognised and provide pathways for students who wish to consider a work pathway or those who wish to study further at University or TAFE.​​​

The following courses are offered on campus at St Peter Claver College:

  • Year 10 - SIT10222 Certificate I in Hospitality (RTO 30978: Blueprint Career Development).
  • Year 11 - CHC24015 Certificate II in Active Volunteering (RTO 30978: Blue Print Career Development).
  • Year 12 - CPC10120 Certificate I in Construction (RTO 31193: Blue Dog Training).
  • Year 11 - CPC20220 Certificate II in Construction Pathways. (RTO 31193: Blue Dog Training).​
  • Year 11 and 12 - HLT33115 Certificate III in Health Services Assistance (incorporating HLT23221: Certificate II in Health Support Services) (RTO 40518: Connect 'n' Grow).
  • Year 11 and 12 - MEM20422 Certificate II in Engineering Pathways (RTO 31193: Blue Dog Training).
  • Year 11 - SIS20321 Certificate II in Sport and Coaching (Rugby League) (with SPCC as Third Party providing training and assessment services on behalf of Binnacle Training RTO 31319)​.​
  • Year 11 and 12 - SIS30321 Certificate III in Fitness (with SPCC as Third Party providing training and assessment services on behalf of Binnacle Training RTO 31319) and optional SIS 20115 Certificate II Sport and Recreation.
  • Year 11 and 12 - SIT30622 Certificate III in Hospitality (with SIT20322 Certificate II in Hopsitality embedded) (RTO 30978: Blue Print Career Development)).
  • Year 11 - BSB20120 Certificate II in Workplace Skills (with SPCC as Third Party providing training and assessment on behalf of RTO 31319: Binnacle Training).
  • Year 11 - 10971NAT Certificate IV in Justice Studies (RTO 32123: Unity College).​

Please see the Subject Selection Guides for Year 10 and Senior (Years 11 and 12)​ for detailed information on each Certificate.

Students can also independently study courses through TAFE or other external RTOs through liaison with the Curriculum Leader of Vocational Education & Training and Careers.​

Further information can also be found in the 2024 VET Student Handbook.​




Structured Work Placement

The Structured Work Placement provides students with experience in the workplace in a range of businesses covering a variety of occupations and industries in the Ipswich and Brisbane area. Those students completing a Vocational Education and Training (VET) certificate where it is a requirement to have some time in the industry, will complete a required number of hours in the workplace.  The aim is to ensure that students are confident the industry area they would like to pursue is the correct fit for them and give students a head start with what to expect from future employers. ​

School-based Apprenticeships or Traineeships

A School-based Apprenticeship or Traineeship (SAT) is undertaken part-time while the Apprentice/Trainee is at school. The arrangement combines paid employment, off-the-job vocational training and senior secondary school studies. Students who undertake SATs are supported by the College through flexible timetabling arrangements which are tailored to meet the needs of the individual students.​

Complaints and Appeals Policy and Procedure

Any person wishing to make a complaint against the school concerning its conduct as an RTO, whether a complaint, appeal or other matter, shall have access to the complaints and appeals procedure. Complaints include the conduct of the RTO, its trainers, assessors or other staff; a third-party providing services on the RTO's behalf, its trainers, assessors or other staff; or a student of the RTO. An appeal can be a request for a review of decisions, including assessment decisions, made by the RTO or a third party providing services on the RTO's behalf.

All formal complaints and appeals will be heard and decided within 60 working days of the receipt of the written complaint/appeal by the school. The VET Manager will keep a Register of Complaints and Appeals which documents all formal complaints/appeals and their resolution. Any substantiated complaints/appeals will be reviewed as part of the continuous improvement procedure. The principles of natural justice and procedural fairness are adopted at every stage of the complaint and appeal process.​


Replacement Copies of C​ertificate

St Peter Claver College can provide replacement copies of certificates and statements it has issued in the previous 30 years on request.  Applicants must be able to verify their identity based on suitable proof of identity documents.  Please contact the Careers Office for more information. Please note fees may be charged.​