QTAC has published key information and FAQs about the ATAR on their website. This information answers the predominant questions about the ATAR and changes to tertiary entrance in Queensland for 2020.
For schools currently providing Tourism and Hospitality under SAS, please speak to us regarding an arrangement enabling your school to deliver a Certificate II Tourism or Hospitality giving students a nationally recognised qualification and providing a pathway to Certificate III qualification to align with QCAA requirements.
Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) has replaced the Overall Position (OP) in QLD as the primary selection rank for school leavers seeking entry to tertiary courses.
QTAC is responsible for calculating ATAR’s for QLD school leavers, along with their continued responsibility of allocating places for universities, TAFEs and other institutions.
With the introduction of the ATAR system, students will now have the opportunity to upgrade from a Certificate II qualification to a Certificate III qualification extension involving an additional four units totaling eight QCE points. CTIA is working closely with schools to assist in tailoring programs and extending qualifications to a certificate III level.
These programs are being designed to be delivered within your current school curriculum.
ANZAC Day Dawn service at Currumbin will be attended by 80 students and teachers from Mossman State High School this year as part of their Cert II in Tourism – Gold Coast Experience with CTIA
This is an excellent opportunity for students to be involved in a major Australian Event. Being the 2014-2018 100 years of ANZAC anniversary with attendance numbers expected to exceed 35,000. Currumbin’s iconic Elephant Rock will again be draped in poppies hand-made by Gold Coast high school students. The dawn service, hosted by Currumbin RSL will once again be televised worldwide
Students undertaking this program participate in a 5 day camp providing an interactive environment, as training is taking out of the classroom and students are immersed in the local Gold Coast Tourism industry providing exposure to the diversity of employment and the required employability skills in action.
Volunteering at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games will be an incredible once-in-a-lifetime experience for all those who are involved. It will be Australia’s chance to showcase to the world how diverse, friendly and skilled our community is.
Dedicated, friendly volunteers are the cornerstone of all great events and GC2018 will be no different. Commonwealth Games are looking for volunteers with a wide variety of skills and experience to Shape the Games for athletes, officials and fans. There will be a number of different roles across all venues and service areas, so if you have the passion then this is a great opportunity for you and will enhance your resume.
Register your interest now at www.gc2018.com/volunteer
2017 Year 12 students.
Not sure what you want to do, where you want to go, which career path to follow?
Don’t waste a year. Enquire now about our Gap Year diploma offering study, fun and travel. This program embeds a range of tourism and hospitality skills that will not only enable you to gain an understanding of both industries, but provide you with the skills to support you in obtaining part time or casual work. Training is linked with exciting travel opportunities within Australia, overseas and a cruise.
Enquire now for more details.