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 have just mailed Progress Reports home to families. These reports outlines students work habits and grades based on Term 1. These grades are not final, as the work that students complete in Term 2 will also contribute to the final grade that the student will receive in each class. Early next term we will hold Parent Teacher interviews, and we strongly encourage all parent/carers to come in with their young person and meet with teachers to discuss progress, address any challenges and set goals for the remainder of the term. Parent-Teacher interviews will be held on Thursday 29 April from 5.30 to 7pm. We will send more information home to families about this early next term.
I have been asked to step away from the school for a couple of weeks in order to backfill the Senior Director for School Improvement role, which will involve supporting Centralian Senior College as well as the other schools in the Alice Springs Region. Ms Hilary Snaize will be the Principal and Ms Glenda McCarthy has joined Ms Lucy Stewart as an Assistant Principal while I will be away. I return to Centralian Senior College in Week 3.
We hope our students and families have a great week away from school. School resumes for all students on Monday 19th April and we look forward to seeing everyone again on this day.
Paul van Holsteyn — Principal
- Mon 19 Apr Term 2 classes commence at 8.25am.
- Tue 20 Apr College Council meeting at 5.30pm All are welcome to attend.
- Mon 26 Apr ANZAC Day public holiday
- Thu 29 Apr Parent/Student/Teacher interviews 5.30 to 7pm
- Mon 24 May VET Block week for Year 10 students. No Year 10 classes operating.