Training Courses & Alternative Pathways to University
Mandurah Catholic College students are able to study 50 TAFE courses as part of their Vocation and Educational Training (VET) studies. Most of these courses are run externally; students attend TAFE one day a week, and spend another day in work placement. VET students attend school at MCC for the remaining three days of the week.
Assistance with the South Metropolitan TAFE online applications can be accessed by clicking on the following link:
Proposed Programs for South Metropolitan TAFE 2018 are as follows:
North Metro TAFE Vet in Schools Program is as follows:
The Fremantle Education Centre delivers a range of certificate courses. To view the FEC’s handbook, click on the following link:
The College of Electrical Training form is below:
Alternative Pathways to University
All universities have alternative pathways. Their websites will stipulate what students have to achieve to successfully gain entry via an alternative route. Students may select to study through Institutes (TAFE) and complete a Certificate IV level qualification to gain entry to university. The College has a working relationship with Murdoch University.