Park College is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO 30902) currently
registered to deliver the following qualifications:
- CPC10115 –
Certificate I in Construction
- BSB20115 - Certificate II in Business
- SIT20316 - Certificate II in Hospitality
- ICT10115 - Certificate I in Information, Digital
Media and Technology
- ICT20115 – Certificate II in Information, Digital
Media and Technology
- CUA41215 – Certificate IV in Screen and Media
- Certificate I in Construction
is currently being delivered on campus in partnership with Blue Dog Training
(RTO Code: 31193).
- Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care is currently being delivered in partnership with
Cairns Training Academy (RTO Code: 30857)
- Certificate II in Sport and Recreation is currently being delivered in partnership with Binnacle Training (RTO
- Certificate III in Fitness is
currently being delivered in partnership with Binnacle Training. (RTO Code:
training in Hospitality is also
offered on campus in partnership with Club Training Australia. (RTO Code:
Park College student are also given opportunities to enroll in a range of
external programs which are delivered by external training providers and run
off campus. In this instance it is the
responsibility of the parents/students to transport themselves to and from
these location. They include:
Australiasian Drilling Institute
Programs offered at the above locations are funded through VETiS.
into a Vocational Education Training Course (VET) after the start
date may lead to a statement of attainment/s only, rather than the complete
obtain a certificate or qualification all students studying a VET course must
have a Unique Student Identifier (USI). For more information visit: www.usi.gov.au.
All courses are delivered by qualified staff awarded a
TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessing, and who possess current
This information is correct at time of publication
(April 2017), but subject to change.
School to work
Work experience or structured workplace learning is
offered widely to students in Years 10, 11 and 12, and this is organized and
coordinated through the HOD, Student Pathways and with the assistance of our
Student Support Administration team on campus at Bentley Park College. This
valuable activity can result in our students being offered an opportunity for a
School-based Apprenticeship or Traineeship (SAT).
School-based Apprenticeships or Traineeships are
available to students. All School-based
Apprentices or Trainees must continue to meet the requirements of the school
code of behaviour and strive for continual improvement in education. This is
achieved through regular mentoring and support from all staff, including the
HOD student pathways, HOD Senior School and all teachers.
Prior to a student signing into a contract to commence
a School-based Apprenticeship or Traineeship, lengthy discussions are held
regarding employment and training pathways and the benefits in relation to the
Queensland Certificate of Education. All students achieving a School-based
Apprenticeship or Traineeship are referred to the HOD student Pathway and the
College Councilor for career advice.
Students are encouraged to have regular contact with
the Vocational Education and Training Coordinator to discuss employment
opportunities, Student Education Training (SET) Plan goals and certificate
Parents are welcome to contact the HOD Student
Pathways or the College Councilor to discuss opportunities available for their
further information regarding School-based Apprenticeships or Traineeships
please refer to our Vocational Education and Training (VET) Student
Handbook. You are also
welcome to contact me directly.
also suggest you review the information contained in the following
The school, as an Registered Training Organisation
(RTO), has a complaints and appeals policy specific to its RTO operations.
can be made to the school RTO regarding the conduct of:
- the school RTO, its
trainers, assessors or other school RTO staff
- students of the RTO
- any third parties providing
services on behalf of the school RTO (if relevant).
can be made to the school RTO to request a review of a decision, including
The school RTO will ensure that the principles of natural justice and
procedural fairness are adopted at every stage of the complaints and appeals
process. All formal complaints and appeals will be heard and decided on within
60 calendar days of receiving the written complaint or appeal.
If the school RTO considers more than 60 calendar days are required to
process and finalise the complaint or appeal, the complainant or appellant will
be informed of the reasons in writing and will be regularly updated on the
progress of the matter.
If the processes fail to resolve the complaint or appeal, a review by an
independent party will be provided if requested.
Complaints or appeals should be directed to RTO Manager, Bentley Park