The Academic Intervention Coordinator monitors and supports the academic performance of Year 11 and 12 ATAR students and liaises with the relevant Year Coordinator and Associate Principal to identify those students at possible academic risk. Through this role they will develop individual student study plans, provide ongoing monitoring and wellbeing checks for students on individual student study plans and act as parent liaison. Study skills presentations and support for transition for Year 10 students preparing for ATAR Courses in Year 11. They will further assist students in exploring and applying for Department of Education School Scholarships in Years 10 to 12
The Youth Support Officer provides support for students at risk of disengaging from school and responds to the individual needs of students who may face challenges or barriers to post school opportunities. The Youth Support Officer liaises with families, school staff and the community to explore post school options in education, training, and employment. They also contribute to whole-school mental health and wellbeing initiatives and targets individual strength-based strategies to develop effective coping skills, promote engagement and positive school relationships.
The Career Practitioner works with students from Years 7 to 12. They design and implement career programs both within the school timetable and extra-curricular activities that are focused on preparing students for the workplace. In addition to this, they provide support for individual students, which may relate to engagement with the school curriculum, assistance with the selection of school pathways or guidance on opportunities beyond school.
The Workplace Learning Coordinator manages and coordinates the Workplace Learning Program for Year 10, 11 and 12 students. The coordinator is responsible for the induction of students across a variety of work placements, promotes the development of employability skills and monitors student placement progress. The coordinator works to build mutually reciprocal relationships with the business community to provide post school training and employment opportunities for students.
Vocational Education and Training (VET) provides students with skills and knowledge to perform effectively in the workplace. A VET qualification prepares students for, or in some instances qualifies them for a specific job. Certificate courses are competency based. Successful completion of a certificate course will allow a student to achieve a national training qualification. Completing a VET qualification while at school allows students to maximise their Year 11 and 12 achievement and provide support for students to transition with confidence to post school options. Logical pathways for students who undertake these programs include full-time enrolment in higher level TAFE courses, Apprenticeships/Traineeships, employment, and in some cases alternative entry pathways to university. VET contributes significantly towards a student’s Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE).
The VET Coordinator assists students with the application process and ongoing support for TAFE VETdSS courses delivered at Busselton, Margaret River and Bunbury campuses. They also assist students with contract sign ups and ongoing support for School Based Traineeships as well as managing contracts and maintaining compliance requirements of auspicing VET courses at CNC. They also liaise with the Busselton Trade Training Centre (TTC) regarding training opportunities available through the school.