Kormilda appreciates full-time academic secondary study isn't for everyone, but practical trade skills can help you to join the workforce in your own community or anywhere those skills can be put to good use.
Vocational Industry Pathway Programme (VIPP) students in Years 11 and 12, experience hands-on, experiential- or workshop-based learning two days per week and undertake classroom study for three days in English, Maths, Integrated Learning and PLP (Personal Learning Plan).
The classroom study is focused specifically on raising literacy and numeracy levels to a work-ready standard and is designed to complement the practical training.
VIPP offers students increased opportunities for employment or apprenticeships for those who might not otherwise complete their secondary education.
VIPP students can also earn the Northern Territory Certificate of Education and Training (NTCET) over the duration of their course.