CBHS students in Yr. 12 and 13 have the opportunity to enrol in a Dual Enrolled course.
- Students will attend CBHS Mon, Tues and Wed completing a prescribed timetable that offers one or two option subjects.
- Note: students in a Dual Enrolled course will not have the opportunity to attain University Entrance
- Students will attend their preferred tertiary provider on Thursday and Friday and complete an introduction course that is specific to their chosen career path.
Attendance at both components of the course is compulsory. Failure to meet the requirements of either CBHS or the tertiary provider will result in removal from the Dual Enrolled programme.
- You must be a motivated Year 12–13 CBHS student
- You need to be keen to pursue a career pathway related to the programme
- As this programme is delivered in conjunction with an outside tertiary provider students’ must have demonstrated good attendance and behaviour in previous years. School Reports, attendance records and teacher comments will all be considered in the selection process.
- Ideally you should have achieved NCEA Level 1 including English and Maths or be working towards it (however exceptions may be made in some circumstances).
- Meet the entry criteria set by the tertiary provider and attend an interview
- A limited number of places are available
- For more information and to register your interest check out: www.careersdept.cbhs.school.nz/programmes/ctc
- Want an alternative to traditional secondary education.
- Are looking for something hands-on, practical and relevant to an industry or profession.
- Want a qualification that gives you skills and strengths employers are looking for.
- Want to obtain NCEA credits for real-world career training. Studies Guide 2019 – 115 What can I study? You will attend CBHS Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday completing a set course of work and you will attend a local tertiary provider Thursday and Friday to study for your vocational qualification. Dual Enrolled students can partake in skills-based training in the following areas:
- Building and Construction Automotive and Engineering
- Food and Hospitality Electrical Retail
- Tourism, Retail, Hair and Beauty(The list above is subject to change due to changes in government funding allocations)
- CLICK HERE for 2019 Ara course information brochure
- CLICK HERE for 2019 Avon City Ford course information brochure
- CLICK HERE to register you interest for the 2019 Dual Enrolled programme
- CLICK HERE for Ara Enrolment Form – please complete sign, parent sign and return to Mr Webster.
- CLICK HERE for Avon City Ford Enrolment Form – please complete sign, parent sign and return to Mr Webster.
National Trade Academy
The National Trade Academy provides New Zealand and international students with training and education that leads to New Zealand qualifications in a range of land based industries including; Agriculture, Equine, Horticulture and Animal Care.
CLICK HERE for more information
For more information please see Mr Webster in the Careers Department.