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Student pathways program

Modern education recognises that students take many different pathways in order to achieve future success. Robina State High School’s flexible and validated pathways programs assist students to effectively develop their skills and transition to further study, work, or training at a time most appropriate to them.

The student pathways department encompasses both academic and vocational strands. Our brief includes providing courses and opportunities for students whilst they are still at school, as well as establishing a viable educational platform from which young people can launch their careers.

To ensure depth and currency, we deal directly with tertiary institutions, the business and industry community, government bodies, not-for-profit organisations and other training agencies to source opportunities for the full range of our students. These opportunities may typically involve a Year 12 student attending a semester of university whilst at school; a senior student undertaking a School- based Apprenticeship or Traineeship therefore earning credits and wages whilst studying; students  trying out various industries through Work Experience, or studying Vocational Education & Training (VET) with an outside provider, or within school.  

In conjunction with this, Student Pathways develops and delivers the Senior Care programme, PROMOTE. This incorporates our core values, the  Year Leaders and the Student Leadership team,  House Leaders and Captains and our Student Council.  

Our brief covers areas such as:

  • OP, Selection Rank and QCE
  • School-based Apprenticeships and Traineeships-SATs involve a student beginning their paid working lives whilst at school. Students attend paid work and training in a nationally recognised qualification whilst studying in a flexible school timetable.
  • Work Experience - students choose when and where they wish to undertake Work Experience across the Gold Coast. This program is entirely voluntary.
  • Queensland Core Skills preparation and administration
  • GUESTS - Griffith University Early Start to Tertiary Studies
  • Bond University Student for a Semester
  • Southern Cross University Head Start
  • QUT's Start QUT programme
  • QTAC  
  • Liaise with Brisbane School of Distance Education
  • Queensland TAFE Schools Program 
  • Tertiary Scholarship application assistance
  • University Partnership programmes
  • External Exams
  • Senior Year Leaders and PROMOTE activities
  • External Vocational Education and Training
  • Senior Subject changes
  • Careers and Subject Expos
  • Leadership development in conjunction with Senior Year Leaders and Student Council

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VET Studies Information 

Student connect website

 

All year 10 to 12 students - you can easily access your QCAA learning accounts to check your details, OP and QCE eligibility. All you have to do is to log on to the new QCAA website with your LUI number which is printed on your student ID card.

Your initial password is your date of birth (ddmm format). 

 

Jeanette McDonald

Student Pathways Director

 

   

 Robyn Allen

Industry Liaison Officer