Years 11/12 - TCE


Scottsdale High School is very excited about being a school which delivers year 11 and 12 to rural and regional high schools under the new DoE policy. Our aim is to provide a quality learning program that is both engaging and tailored to student need.

We will work closely with students to ensure that the learning will lead to relevant qualifications and meaningful pathways. Scottsdale High School is working in partnership with Launceston College to ensure students are provided with appropriate course counselling, that there are flexible delivery options for meeting the needs of all students and for our staff to have the opportunity to collaborate with colleagues in post year 10 learning. 

Students are able to study Tasmanian Certificate of Education (TCE), and complement their face to face courses with additional study through flexible delivery of a level 2 or 3 course. The Tasmanian Certificate of Education (TCE) is a qualification for Tasmanians who reach the five standards.  The qualification has been developed in consultation with a wide range of stakeholders including employers, industry bodies, education and training providers, parent and community bodies, schools and colleges.

To get this qualification a person must meet - or do better than - requirements for standards in:

  • everyday adult reading, writing and communication

  • everyday adult mathematics

  • everyday adult use of computers and the internet

  • the amount and level of participation and achievement in education and training

  • pathway planning.

You can achieve your TCE while studying in Years 11 / 12 at Scottsdale High School.  A successful year 11 and 12 education is more important than ever.

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2017 Student Course Guide

 


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