Your Senior Pathway

Welcome to Your Pathway! The College is excited to announce a new initiative for 2021 aimed at assisting senior students in developing ideas around their future pathways. Your Pathway is determined by YOU! The new Your Pathway team are here to help you discover opportunities that are available to you now, while you're still in school, all the way through to graduation.

Gaining Micro-credentials

At Mary MacKillop Catholic College, we want to ensure all students have the opportunity to gain a broad range of skills to support them in life after school.

Students have the opportunity to access training and qualifications in:

  • Responsible Service of Alcohol 
  • Responsible Service of Gaming
  • Barista Qualifications & Training
  • Professional Resume Writing
  • Driver Safety Course
  • Life After Schools Skills Program

Certificates Offered

Senior students have the opportunity to gain accreditation in a range of Certificate Courses whilst completing their regular courses of study.

Students have the opportunity to gain certificates and training in:

  • Certificate I Construction
  • Certificate II Engineering Pathways
  • Certificate III Aviation Remote Pilot
  • Certificate III Business
  • Certificate III Fitness
  • Certificate III Information Technology
  • Diploma of Business

School-based Apprenticeships

Students have the opportunity to complete school-based apprenticeships while continuing their normal course of study.

We are here to support each student follow their passion and chosen pathway, and certificates in almost all industries are accessible. Some of the most recently completed courses of study are listed below.

Certificates Certificates
Engineering-Fabrication Trade
Individual Support
Education Support
Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology
Warehousing Operations
Companion Animal
Early Childhood Education & Care

Work Experience

All students in Year 10 will be required to attend work experience during Activities Week at the end of Term 1. Those involved in other activities during this week can do their work experience during school holidays later in the year.  Students seeking a school-based traineeship/apprenticeship may be able to undertake further work experience towards the end of Year 10.

In Years 11 and 12, you are able to complete further work experience in your holidays.


Subject Selection

Your Pathway Team

Chris Bracken
Dean of Secondary Studies
Jennifer Stevenson
Career Development Practitioner
Christie Richardson
Career Support Officer