Careers and Training

There are plenty of options these days to assist you in achieving your goals, and many of them start with some smart decision making while you're still at school

Careers and Training

You’re often asked to start considering what you would like to do once you graduate early on in your Secondary schooling. Do you go to university, or TAFE? Start an apprenticeship, or go straight into a job? Or do you take that gap year to consider your options? How do you figure out what God’s plan for your life really is?

Fortunately, there are plenty of options these days to assist you in achieving your goals, and many of them start with some smart decision making while you’re still at school. Take the time to make some enquiries, ask your parents to go along with you to an open day or two, and prayerfully consider your choices. Find out exactly what the entry requirements are for the tertiary courses you’re interested in, and take your aptitudes, strengths, and weaknesses into account.

To be academically successful in Year 11 and 12, you’ll need the motivation to commit regular time to homework and studying. Just as Paul explained the Christian life to the Corinthians as a race that needed perseverance and discipline to win, you’ll need to apply these same principles to your learning if you want to achieve your personal best. Setting achievable goals and deciding how much time you’re going to allow for school work, and how much for other interests is vital. If you need some pointers on creating a study schedule, just ask.

And don’t forget, Mr Stirling, Mrs Drennan (the College’s Career and Vocational Coordinator), your Director of Students, and Form teachers – they’re always willing to help you work through any study, careers, or training questions you may have.

From open days to information sessions and more, there are plenty of ways to find out more about your preferred courses and career pathways. Our Careers Diary brings together the available information from WA’s universities and tertiary institutions in one place to make easier for students and parents to plan ahead.

MurdochInformation Technology Open NightWed 22 MaySouth Street5:00-7:30pmRegister
Edith CowanTeacher Education Info EveningWed 22 MayMt Lawley6:00-7:30pmRegister
Edith CowanPizza and Info Night for Year 10sThurs 23 MayMt Lawley6:00-7:30pmRegister
Edith CowanBusiness and Law Info EveningMon 27 MayJoondalup6:00-7:30pmRegister
Edith CowanPizza and Info Night for Year 10sTues 4 JuneJoondalup6:00-7:30pmRegister
MurdochEngineering Open NightWed 5 JuneSouth Street5:00-7:30pmRegister
Edith CowanEngineering and Technology Showcase EveningThurs 6 JuneJoondalup6:00-7:30pmRegister
UWACampus TourMon 10 JuneCrawley10:00-11:30amRegister
MurdochBusiness and Governance Open NightWed 19 JuneSouth Street6:00-7:30pmRegister
Edith CowanTeacher Education Info EveningWed 19 JuneJoondalup6:00-7:30pmRegister
WAAPAArts Management and Live Production Info EveningThurs 20 JuneMt Lawley6:00-7:30pmRegister
Edith CowanScience Showcase EveningThurs 4 JulyJoondalup6:00-7:30pmRegister
UWACampus TourMon 8 JulyCrawley10:00-11:30amRegister
Edith CowanCampus TourTues 9 JulyMt Lawley11:00am-12:00pmRegister
Edith CowanCampus TourWed 10 JulyJoondalup11:00am-12:00pmRegister
CurtinOpen Day 2019Sun 21 JulyBentley10am-4pmInfo
MurdochOpen Day 2019Sun 28 JulySouth StreetTBCInfo
Edit CowanOpen Day 2019Sun 28 JulyJoondalupTBCInfo
UWAOpen Day 2019Sun 4 AugCrawley9am-3pmInfo
Edith CowanOpen Day 2019Sun 11 AugMt Lawley and WAAPATBCInfo
MurdochScience Open NightWed 14 AugSouth Street5:30-8:00pmRegister
Skills WestCareers Expo16-18 AugPerth Convention and Exhibition CentreSee websiteInfo
Edith CowanTues 20 AugJoondalup6:00-7:30pmRegister
Edith CowanMedical and Health Sciences Showcase EveningWed 21 AugJoondalup6:00-7:30pmRegister
Edith CowanNursing and Midwifery Careers EveningFri 23 AugJoondalup6:00-7:30pmRegister
MurdochCreative Arts and Communication Open NightWed 28 AugSouth Street5:00-7:30pmRegister
MurdochTISC Support SessionWed 11 SeptSouth Street6:00-7:30pmRegister
MurdochA Day in the Life of a Uni StudnetWed 2 OctSouth Street9:00am-3:00pmLearn More
MurdochA Day in the Life of a Uni StudentThurs 3 OctSouth Street9:00am-3:00pmLearn More
MurdochPortfolio Preperation DayFri 4 OctSouth Street9:30am-2:00pmRegister

If you are a registered tertiary institution and would like to list your future students events here, please email us.

Studying at university provides a wonderful opportunity for personal growth as you work towards your degree, and Rehoboth’s selection of courses provides the prerequisites for virtually all university courses. Visit the Tertiary Institutions Service Centre (TISC) for more information:

TISC Online

If you’re not entirely sure which course is right for you, you can always speak with a teacher or Director of Students, or get in touch with one of Perth’s five universities directly. They hold open days and other events throughout the year.


Edith Cowan University

Curtin University

Murdoch University

University of Notre Dame

University of Western Australia

The Vocational Education and Training for Schools (VETfS) Program involves Training WA studies one day a week (on a Friday), or two days a week (on a Thursday/Friday), in a program selected from the list offered by Polytechnic West (formerly Swan TAFE) and Central Institute of Technology (formerly Perth Central TAFE). The full list of VETfS courses currently available is included in the Year 8-12 Handbook and the Senior Secondary Handbook.The VETfS Program is offered to current Year 10 and 11 students. You’ll be notified of opening and closing dates and how to apply, and an interview with Mrs Drennan is required. The Program is a great way to gain practical experience and recogonised qualifications in an area of interest.

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