The Western Australian Certificate of Education is awarded to secondary school students who satisfy its requirements. Most students at Prendiville Catholic College will complete two years of senior secondary study with the Courses or Vocational Education and Training Certificates counting towards the achievement of the WACE. The WACE is recognised by universities, industry, TAFEWA and other training providers.
Prendiville Catholic College caters for students who are university-bound, those who have a specific vocation in mind involving further education and training, those who are planning to enter the workforce on leaving school and those who have special requirements or disabilities.
Education and training courses are available to provide all young people with the opportunity to develop knowledge, understanding and skills about themselves, their community and the broader world in which they live. The school is the main WACE provider for students up to the age of 18 years. Schools may work in partnership with other providers to deliver courses, vocational education and training (VET) or other programmes, but retain the responsibility for managing programmes, reporting achievement to the School Curriculum and Standards Authority and maintaining a record of learning for all students.
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