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Interested in working in an environmentally sustainable industry? A course in the Primary Industries division can give you the skills you need.
VET Health, Community & Children Services
Do you enjoy helping others? A career in community health or children services could be your career.
Office of VET Business Improvement
English your second language? Perhaps you want to improve on your reading and writing skills, the Office of VET Business Improvement offers courses in reading, writing and English language.
Business and Service Industries
This division covers everything from tourism, hospitality, business admin to hairdressing and retail.
If you're good with you hands and are interested in aquiring a specialised skill, VET Trades can help you get there.
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How to apply
Before you apply for your course have a chat to the course team leader in your division. They can help you make an informed decision about the course and offer advice about the benefits of studying while you work.
You'll find the enrolment form on enrolment information page under the Students tab. If If you want to make an inquiry about about courses, fees and credit transfers, start by visiting the enrolments information page.
VET into Univeristy
Charles Darwin University (CDU) is a dual-sector education institution. This means CDU supports both VET students and Higher Education students. CDU encourages VET students, once qualified, to take the steps towards higher education.
This doesn't mean you are obliged to start a HE course, it just means you can qualify for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) if you choose to start university. For more information about what you can apply for check out the credit transfer website.
Interested in a VET course? Contact our staff to find out what course best suits you.
- Primary Industries
Agriculture, land management, horticulture and aquaculture
- VET Health, Community & Children Services
Aged care, youth work, population health and more
- Business and Service Industries
Business (Top End),tourism, cookery, IT, hairdressing, retail
Auto and civil, construction, plumbing, metal trades and maritime, electrotechnology, national transport and logistics
- Office of Business Improvement
English as a second language, AMEP, adult litercy and numeracy, IELTS
- VET Creative Arts
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