Dominic College is part of the Southern Tasmanian Catholic Colleges Trade Training Centre. Students are able to participate in Vocational Education and Training as part of this Trade Training Centre. Guilford Young College (GYC) is the Registered Training Organisation (RTO) – Provider No. 1129 and issues all statements and certificates for students enrolled in these courses. All units of competency received by students will go towards a nationally recognised qualification. Students at Dominic College are able to enrol in units towards the following qualifications:
To attain a Certificate I in Construction, students are required to gain competency in 11 units comprising 8 units and 3 electives. As part of the training at Dominic College, students will be offered the units listed below:
Students must gain competence for the above units before being awarded a 'Statement of Attainment' which will count towards the full Certificate.
To attain a Certificate II in Engineering, students are required to gain competency in 12 units comprising 4 units and 8 elective units. As part of the training at Dominic College, students will be offered the units listed below:
Students must gain competency for the above units before being awarded a 'Statement of Attainment' towards the full Certificate.
This qualification is designed to provide students with understanding of what the hospitality industry is about and the many career paths it offers. The students will develop good technical kitchen skills and team work. Students will learn basic hygiene procedures, learn to prepare simple dishes and learn to clean and maintain a kitchen. They will have opportunities to assist at College functions.
This course provides a pathway of future study in Certificate II Kitchen Operations/Certificate II Hospitality, Certificate III Commercial Cookery and Certificate IV Commercial Cookery, students will be offered the units listed below
Students attaining competency in one or more units will be receive a statement of attainment.
Students can continue their studies in Year 11 and 12 through the Guilford Young College RTO (1129) and Southern Tasmanian Catholic Colleges Trade Training Centre.