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Tania Sacco Western Local Community Partnership Careers & Transitions Project Officer Wednesday, 4 February 2009. Western Edge Cluster (WEC) - past, current & future. Tania Sacco WEC Facilitator 4 February 2009. History.

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Tania Sacco

Western Local Community Partnership

Careers & Transitions Project Officer

Wednesday, 4 February 2009

western edge cluster wec past current future

Western Edge Cluster (WEC)- past, current & future

Tania Sacco

WEC Facilitator

4 February 2009

history
History
  • 1997 - Western Edge Cluster (WEC) established to develop a collaborative approach across Melton
  • 1999 – WEC programs officially started
  • WEC now comprises of 4 Govt. schools, 2 Independent schools, 1 Catholic College & Djerriwarrh Employment and Educational Service
  • Western LCP, Brimbank Melton LLEN, Victoria University and the Shire of Melton are all active cluster supporters
operations
Operations
  • Principals lead by Principal Representative
  • 3 Business Managers (Govt. schools) – Enrolments, Finance & Memorandum of Understandings
  • VET Facilitator
  • VET Coordinators
  • Memorandums of Understanding – RTOs, cluster
  • Operational Manual – polices, procedures, common forms etc.
  • VET Handbook – subject selection
  • VET Coordinator & VET Principal meetings
wec vet enrolment numbers
WEC VET enrolment numbers
  • 1999 = 179
  • 2000 = 169
  • 2001 = 272
  • 2002 = 307 + in-house113 = 420
  • 2003 = 297 + in-house 163 = 460
  • 2004 = 329 + in-house 75 = 404
  • 2005 = 342 + in-house 86 = 428
  • 2006 = 351 + in-house 49 = 400
  • 2007 = 384 + in-house 25 = 407
  • 2008 = 290 + in-house 10 = 300
  • 2009 = 306 (as of Dec. ’08)
vet programs on offer in 2009
VET programs on offer in 2009
  • Automotive
  • Construction
  • Community Services
  • Electro Technology
  • Engineering
  • Information Technology
  • Hospitality
  • Multi Media
  • Outdoor Recreation
  • Sport & Recreation
  • Hairdressing
  • Dance

Certificates range from Certificate II, Certificate II with

some components of Certificate II & III and Certificate III

wec vet future
WEC VET future
  • VET has become an integral part of the curriculum of each school
  • Non-government schools are aiming to add to VET subject variety & taking a more proactive role in the cluster
  • It is anticipated a state of the art community-based Trade Training Centre (TTC) will be established – aims to increase the participation of young people in industry standard VET programs in the Shire of Melton

WEC VET Facilitator: tania@wlcp.com.au