'TAFE at School' and vocational programs create so many opportunities for students that don't want to go to university. Our private tutors understand that not all children are focused on getting into university. Our vocational tutoring helps your child achieve two important milestones - high school graduate and TAFE Certificate holder. As Australia continues to align its curriculum, we assist students to gain their QCE, HSC, VCE, SACE, WACE, and ACTC while helping them to study the vocational coursework through the TAFE at School program. We believe that every child, given the right support and strategy can achieve their goals. We work with your child to overcome their unique barriers and to develop the right mindset for learning. There's no greater feeling than landing a job in the field of your choice Our tutors are here to make it happen.
Tutors for the TAFE At School Program
We offer maths tutoring across the whole senior TAFE Program curriculum. As well vocational tutoring in the following courses:
- Business and Business Administration
- Applied Fashion Design and Technology
- Sport and Recreation
- Information, Digital Media and Technology
- Design Fundamentals
- Community Services
- Animal Studies
- Telecommunications Technology
- And many more!
What's the Difference? SSCE, QCE, HSC, VCE, SACE, WACE, ACTC, and ATAR
The Senior Secondary Certificate of Education is the standard term for a "High School Graduate" certification in Australia. Despite Australia's movement towards a national curriculum, Australian states each have their own certification terminology. ATAR is the national standard for entry into universities in Australia, similar to the SAT Test in the USA. ATAR (Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank) subjects studied in any state contribute to a student's performance on a national level. ATAR is not a high school certificate, rather a ranking system for university admission.
In New South Wales, the senior certificate is referred to as HSC (High School Certificate) in Queensland it's the QCE (Queensland Certificate of Education) and in Victoria, it's the VCE (Victorian Certificate of Education). In South Australia, it's the South Australia Certificate of Education (SACE), Western Australia has the Western Australia Certificate of Education (WACE), and the ACT has the Australian Capital Territory Year 12 Certificate.
For early school leavers, the Senior Studies Certificate of Education can be attained through the Australian TAFE system or university entrance may be based on Certificate Level studies in your chosen field. Yes, the move to a National Curriculum is happening, but in the meantime, there's a lot of jargon for parents and adult learners to sift through. Yes, it's overwhelming, but your Senior Certificate, no matter what it's called, is a truly rewarding accomplishment. We're here to help you make it happen.
87% of our students achieve
95% of our students have a significant increase in
MOTIVATION TOWARDS STUDY AND SCHOOL
86% of our students have a significant increase in
CONFIDENCE TOWARDS SCHOOL
... What Our Clients Have To Say ...
“We needed to know how to turn that lightswitch on and I don’t know how to. We tried everything, but nothing worked. Then A Team came along, and all of a sudden, the light switch turned on.”
Kirsty’s child went from a D to A+ in maths in just 10 weeks!
Emily is my son Joseph’s Academic Personal Trainer! Emily’s patience and ability to work with Joseph has allowed him to change his black and white thinking. This has provided opportunities for Joseph to get better marks in Year 10!
The word “Proud” doesn’t even come close to expressing how we felt last night at our daughter’s Awards Ceremony. The studying structure and skills she has developed since starting with the program has been invaluable.
Not only do the team at A-Team improve grades, they also focus on the underlying skills and qualities of character required to continue on the right path in life.
Their unique approach to helping students feel confident in their preparation for exams, assessments and increasing their literacy and numeracy skills, sets them up for success, no matter their hesitations. It is so important, especially within this generation, to find ways to keep students engaged in the learning process.