Students that complete the school-based apprentice program have the opportunity to complete Year 12 with an apprenticeship, their Queensland Certificate of Education
(QCE), Certificate II qualifications in Business, Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways, IT, and a Certificate I or II in their chosen trade.
For an overview of each School Program, select from any of the pdf brochures below.
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Tec-Prep has been developed in response to key work-related issues facing young people today and into the future. This is a world-leading, future-oriented Program, equal in quality, value and rigour to more traditional academic programs. The difference is that Trades will be the goal.
The Australian Government has invested $5.1 million to pilot the P-TECH model in Australia*. In 2016, Tec-NQ was selected as one of fourteen pilot schools across the country to establish a P-TECH (Pathways to Technology) program in partnership with local industry.
The program introduces emerging technologies through the 2018 Y10 Tec-PREP program from which up to 20 students will be selected to participate in an exclusive senior school STEM pilot introduced in alignment with the trade programs commencing in 2019.
*The Australian Government Department of Education and Training has engaged the Skilling Australia Foundation to assist local stakeholders to work together to implement P-TECH learning programs at all 14 P-TECH pilot sites.