Certificate III in Christian Ministry, and Queensland Certificate of Education.
The QCE is Queensland's senior school qualification, which is awarded to eligible students, usually at the end of Year 12. Young Queenslanders are registered for the QCE during Year 10 or in the 12months before turning 16, whichever comes first.
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The QCE offers flexibility in what is learnt, as well as where learning occurs. To be awarded a QCE, students must have at least 20 credits in the required pattern, and fulfil literacy and numeracy requirements.
When a student is registered, the QSA opens a learning account for them. The learning account records details of learning and results of any completed studies.
Most students are awarded a QCE at the end of Year 12. Students who do not meet the QCE requirements at the end of Year 12 can continue to work towards their certificate - their learning account remains open, regardless of their age (however, credits expire after 9 years). The QSA will award a QCE in the following July or December, once a person becomes eligible.
All students who finish Year 12 receive a transcript of their learning account in the form of a Senior Statement, which is issued in December.
A completed Certificate lll in Christian Ministry will contribute seven credits to the completed Core requirements of the QCE
At school, students in Year 10 are provided with a L.U.I.(Learner Unique Identifier). This number is needed by Southland Training Australia if a student is between the ages of 15-17, and is in the compulsory participation phase. This is for the purpose of entering VET achievements into individual student learning accounts.
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