VCE VET Automotive
Why I chose VET
I chose to take up VET Automotive because I wanted a course that would provide me with the skills I need to be successful in my chosen field.
What I got out of VET
Through VET, I gained new skills and met a range of different people. But what I gained most out of VET were real-life skills, such as welding and how to disassemble and assemble a small engine. In learning these skills, I was able to enter the workforce with practical knowledge from day one.
My VET success story
During VET Automotive I was introduced to welding. I found this really enjoyable and this is what lead me to choose fabrication for my apprenticeship the following year. The skills I learnt provided a good foundation from which I will be able to build a career.
I would say, if you are thinking about doing a VET, give it a go. You might discover an industry you hadn’t previously considered, and find your future career.
Samuel's VET success story (pdf - 1353.6kb)