There are many pathways to building the best outcome for Seton students.
Pathways is designed to support students in planning their best possible outcomes by making more informed decisions about post-school pathways.
Led by a dedicated Pathways Leader, Pathways provides access to nationally recognised qualifications provided by the College as a Registered Training Organisation (RTO), TAFE Queensland, and school-based apprenticeships and traineeships.
Pathways incorporates Vocational Education and Training (VET) and work experience for all students starting from term 4 in year 10 and throughout years 11 and 12 for one day a week.
Work experience allows students to develop work-related competencies and skills. It also provides insights into possible career options and assists students to make more informed career, course, and pathways decisions.
When a student graduates from Seton, they have gained many valuable hours of workplace experience that assists them grow, develop, and better understand their own strengths and weaknesses.