Jamison High School is committed to supporting parents and families. We encourage parents to regularly visit our school career website to view up-to-date information and opportunities to engage with child development experts and other parents.
TAFE-delivered vocational education and training (TVET)
The Higher School Certificate (HSC) allows students to undertake study in a variety of vocational areas that provide work-related skills and knowledge.
These vocational education and training (VET) courses count as units of study towards the HSC and many can also be used in the calculation of the Australian Tertiary Admissions Ranking (ATAR).
For further information: seek advice from your careers advisor or visit the South Western Sydney Institute TVET website.
School-based apprenticeships or traineeships
A school-based apprenticeship (SBA) or traineeship (SBT) combines paid work with TAFE training and school.
The SBA option is equivalent to the first year of a full-time apprenticeship, whilst an SBT will provide a certificate of proficiency in the traineeship area - a great start to post-school career options.
Both of these options allow students to obtain valuable work skills and experience whilst undertaking paid part-time work as part of their HSC study.
If you would like to know more, we encourage you to contact your careers advisor or the TVET unit at South Western Sydney Institute of TAFE.
Parents and families have an incredible influence on the development of young people, regardless of whether this influence is conscious or not. This includes an influence on career decision making.
The NSW Department of Education and Training has collated some interesting and useful tips and careers information to support parents and families. If you have any questions please contact your careers advisor or refer to parents and community.
Applying for University
Applying for university can often be a confusing process. Fortunately, the University Admissions Centre has create a quick how-to-guide for Year 12 students applying for undergraduate courses.
We would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of this land, the Mulgoa people, and pay our respects to the Elders of the Dharug nation - past, present and emerging. We would also like to extend that respect to all Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islanders visiting this site.
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