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AITC Curriculum

AITC Curriculum2022-09-07T13:16:45+10:00

Here at the AITC we deliver a three-year course of recognised study (Years 10 to 12) with subjects that are carefully selected from:

  • Australian Curriculum (ACARA)
  • Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA)
  • Vocational Education and Training (VET) qualifications; and
  • College-developed programs

Our subjects are contextualised to industry and aim to consistently challenge and enhance employability skills in our young people.

College-developed programs further enhance and develop the ‘whole human’ through a focus on employability skills, work experience, community service and character development.

Year 10

The education program has been developed to support the functional education skills that AITC young people will require to succeed in the workplace.

Core subjects (Semester 1)
  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • History
  • Health and Physical Education
Core subjects (Semester 2)
  • English (QCAA Short Course Literacy)
  • Mathematics (QCAA Short Course Numeracy)
  • Science
  • Health and Physical Education
Elective subjects
  • Geography
  • Civics and Citizenship
  • Design and Technologies
  • Work Studies
College developed and other programs
  • Gift of Giving
  • Industry Employment Skills Development Program
  • TAFE Trade Taster Program

Recently, young people enjoyed their assessment of designing, constructing and racing their very own go karts!

Year 11

  • Literacy: Explore how meaning is communicated in contemporary texts developed for and used in a work context while completing Essential English Units 1 (Terms 1 and 2) and 2 (Terms 3 and 4).
  • Numeracy: Essential Mathematics Units 1 (Terms 1 and 2) and 2 (Terms 3 and 4) include topics such as graphs, data, money and travel, and how they can be applied in real-world settings.
  • Vocational Education: Completion of Certificate II in Skills for Work & Vocational Pathways (FSK20119) and a selection of units from Certificate II in Applied Digital Technologies (ICT20120). Courses are tailored to reflect the needs of young people as they embark on a career in industry and include topics in digital literacy and numeracy for work, managing a micro-business and applying for a job.

Year 12

  • Literacy: Essential English Units 3 (Terms 1 and 2) and 4 (Terms 3 and 4) explore community, local and/or global issues and ideas presented in a range of texts that invite an audience to take up positions.
  • Numeracy: Essential Mathematics Units 3 (Terms 1 and 2) and 4 (Terms 3 and 4) include topics such as measurement, scales, plans and loans.
  • Vocational Education: Completion of Certificate III in Entrepreneurship and New Business (BSB30220). This qualification provides young people with all the skills and knowledge required to start a new business including topics such as financial management, using the MYOB platform, developing a business idea and plan, legislative requirements and networking skills.
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