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Vocational Education

​​​Kirwan State High School - National Provider Number: 30387​

Kirwan High provides students with a range of qualifications that are recognised throughout Australia and are highly regarded by industry. Kirwan High offers the following certificate courses, some of which are provided by external Registered Training Organisations (RTOs):

Certificate I in Automotive Vocational Preparation
Certificate I in Construction
Certificate II in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Primary Health (Connect 'n' Grow)
Certificate II in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Visual Art Industry Work
Certificate II in Aquaculture and Certificate II in Sampling and Measurement (double certificate)
Certificate II in Business
Certificate II in Engineering (Trade Training)
Certificate II in Engineering Pathways
Certificate II in Hospitality
Certificate II in Information, Digital Media and Technology
Certificate II in Kitchen Operations
Certificate II in Retail Services
Certificate II in Resources and Infrastructure (Australasian Drilling Institute)
Certificate II in Sport and Recreation
Certificate II in Sport and Recreation (NRL)
Certificate II in Sport Coaching
Certificate II in Tourism
Certificate II in Visual Arts
Certificate III in Allied Health Assistants (Connect and Grow)
Certificate III in Business (Binnacle Training)
Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care (Cairns Training Academy)
Certificate III in Events
Certificate III in Fitness (Binnacle)
Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology
Certificate III in Sport and Recreation (Binnacle)​

​​Kirwan State High School partners with these Registered Training Organisations (RTOs)

  • ​Australasian Drilling Institute Pty Ltd​
  • Binnacle Training College Pty Ltd
  • Cairns Training Academy
  • Connect 'n' Grow
  • TAFE Queensland North
  • TAFE Queensland Gold Coast​

Work Experience is available to students in years 10 – 12.  Generally students will attend work experience in the last week of each term depending on other subject commitments.​


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2017 Winning Women

Congratulations to Josie Henry who was short listed as a finalist in the Women in Mining and Resources Queensland Awards in the category of Exceptional School Student in Queensland Minerals and Energy Award.

This category recognises exceptional female students who are completing Year 12 and shows significant promise and passion for the industry. Josie is a mentor and ambassador for young women in the sector.

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