The Northern Territory Certificate of Education and Training (NTCET) qualification is designed to recognise the knowledge and skills that have been acquired through formal education and training.
The completion requirements, approved by the Minister for Education, make the NTCET at unique and contemporary certificate that is closely aligned with senior secondary directions in other states.
South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE) Board of SA subjects are taught to gain an NTCET.
NTCET recognises flexible learning arrangements by allowing learning and skills both in and outside of school for increased opportunities to develop the business, interpersonal and employment-related skills needed for the future. This enables you to combine study and part-time work, a traineeship or a school-based apprenticeship to achieve this. You can get credit for academic studies, vocational training, skilled work and community learning.
There are 2 “stages” of the NTCET:
Stage 1 is generally started in Year 10 and completed in Year 11
Stage 2 is generally completed in Year 12
Stage 1 marking occurs at the school and is quality assured through NT Department of Education – Senior Years Team.
Marking and moderation of Stage 2 subjects occurs through the SACE Board.
Understanding the NTCET
Stage 1 NTCET SUBJECTS
Stage 2 NTCET SUBJECTS
Dear parents & community members,
We trust that all members of the Centralian Senior College community have had a safe & restful holiday break. We are looking forward to building on the successes of 2020 as we all continue our commitment to improving the futures of young Territorians.
Please be aware that at this point in time the café/canteen at CDU is not operating. Students will need to bring their own recess & lunch. CDU are working to secure a new operator for the canteen facility and we will advise all students as soon as this is in place. In the short term a food van is visiting the college at lunch time.
On Thursday 18 February we invite all students, parents and carers to our Meet the Mentor/Teacher Evening, from 5.30 to 7pm. Teaching staff will be available for questions and after a tour of the facilities a light supper will be provided.
Paul van Holsteyn — Principal
- Mon 1 Feb 2021 classes commence at 8.25am
- Tue 16 Feb College Council Meeting 5.30pm
- Thu 18 Feb Meet the Mentor/Teacher from 5.30-7pm
- Tue 9 Mar College Council AGM 5.30pm
- Thu 11 Mar Year 12 camp returns Fri 12 Mar
- Mon 15 Mar VET Block Week for Year 10 - no Year 10 classes operating
- Fri 19 Mar School Professional Development Day - no Year 10, 11 or 12 classes operating