Institute of Training
Our vision is to empower children and young people to reach their potential. We know that the fastest way to create parity for disadvantaged children is through education and sustainable employment opportunities.
However, for many reasons, some young people need alternative learning options to traditional school. Without effective alternatives, the future for many of these young people is uncertain, leading to a cycle of disadvantage. That’s why we operate our Registered Training Organisation, rebranded in 2020 as the PCYC Institute of Training (IOT).
To minimise barriers to young people completing courses, PCYC also provides transportation to and from each Centre, as well as providing healthy meals.
The PCYC Institute of Training currently operates at eight Centres; Broome, Bunbury, Carnarvon, Gosnells, Kensington, Midland, Northam and Rockingham. PCYC Trainers also deliver courses at several metropolitan schools.
AUR10116 – Provider No. 50901
Certificate I in Automotive Vocational Preparation provides young people that are disengaged from traditional school with an introductory qualification to pursue an Automotive/ Mechanical apprenticeship or a job in the automotive industry.Find out more
AUR20716 – Provider No. 50901
Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation is offered to students that complete Certificate I in Automotive Vocational Preparation. On completing the course, students are qualified to apply for vehicle service assistant jobs or to Automotive/Mechanical apprenticeships.Find out more
Duration: 4 days a week over 12 weeks
Certificate I in Leadership (52773WA) is a bridging course that assists young people to progress to further education, training or employment through the development of employability and leadership skills and increased community participation.Find out more
22472VIC – Provider No. 50901
Funded by the Department of Education, Stepping Stones is an alternative education program free of charge for young people in year 11 or 12 that for a variety of reasons are not attending school. This program is designed to improve student's basic numeracy and literacy as well as teaching young people basic life skills to improve self-confidence and reignite an interest in learning.Find out more
MEM10105 – Provider No. 50901 and 52770WA – Provider No. 50901
The Weld to Life course is available to young people who are in year 11 or 12 that for a variety reasons are disengaged from traditional education, have been involved with the Youth Justice system, or are at risk of offending. The course is delivered at Rockingham PCYC, consisting of two components: Certificate I in Engineering and Certificate I in Wider Opportunities for Work.Find out more
HLTAID003 – Provider No. 50901
A component of the Certificate I in Leadership Course, this course offers an excellent grounding in first aid, providing students with the skills and knowledge to provide first aid and management of a casualty until qualified help arrives.Find out more