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Becoming part of the College Community

The main criteria for entrance to this course is an interest and aptitude in agriculture and related areas, and a positive attitude towards residential, college and rural life.

Students need to have completed Year 9 or 10 and achieved satisfactory results in Math, Science and English. Units in Agriculture and Design and Technology would also be beneficial, but are not essential.

As part of the selection procedure, we offer interested students a free one week trial session.

The trial week provides an opportunity for prospective students to experience the living and learning environments at the College. trial students will participate in inductions on the College farm and in our Engineering and Automotive workshops; as well as Classroom and Residential programs. For more information about the trial process please contact the College office on 99711158.

WACE subjects are offered in Foundation, General and ATAR for a VET or ATAR pathway according to student goals and educational/career pathway. (ATAR pathway leading to University Entrance)

Mathematics (Foundation, General or ATAR)
English (Foundation, General or ATAR)
Animal Production Systems (Year 11 & Year 12) General or ATAR
Plant Production Systems (Year 11 & Year 12) General or ATAR

NATIONALLY RECOGNISED CERTIFICATES WACOA Morawa is a Registered Training Organisation offering the following National Training Packages:

AHC20116     Certificate II in Agriculture
AHC30116     Certificate III in Agriculture (new in 2020)
AUR20716     Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation
MEM20413    Certificate II in Engineering Pathways
AHCM20217  Certificate II in Horse Care (new in 2021)

Completion of these qualifications together with the Western Australian Certificate of Education gives (WACE) students a significant employment and further education and training advantage on graduation. Where possible, delivery of Certificate qualifications occurs in conjunction with classroom subjects.
 

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