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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 Manual Arts would also be beneficial, but are not essential.

As part of the selection procedure, we offer interested students a free one week trial session.  This is an opportunity to live at our Residential Campus and work alongside current students on the farm and in Design and Technology workshops.  Prospective students find this a worthwhile experience as they are able to see for themselves what we, at WA College of Agriculture - Morawa, are all about and whether this type of education suits them.  There is no cost for the trial but students are expected to arrange their own transport to and from Morawa. Students start their week on Sunday and are picked up on Thursday afternoon or make use of public transport.

The Year 10 course was introduced in 2005. This is a literacy, numeracy and skills based course covering 5 Learning Area Outcomes.

Year 11 and 12 students enrol in SCSA accredited courses in addition to enrolling in Nationally Accredited Certificate Courses in Agriculture, Automotive, Engineering.

After successful completion of Year 12 students may be eligible to receive:

West Australian Certificate of Education (WACE).
AHC20116 Certificate II in Agriculture.
AUR20716 Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation
MEM20413 Certificate II in Engineering Pathways.
Senior First Aid Certificate.
Certificate in Chemical Handling.
Certificate in Bush Fire Awareness (FESA).


In addition, students receive a comprehensive “School Leavers” folder with details of performance in knowledge and skills in each subject area; it also includes a Statement of Attainment, Nationally Recognized Certificates, personal references, an outline of student achievements, work experience reports and other proficiency certificates gained at the WA College of Agriculture - Morawa.

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