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The learning environment at TAFE Queensland Brisbane, Alexandra Hills campus enables year 11 and 12 students to develop as individuals in a friendly and supportive atmosphere, providing access to:

  • industry-standard vocational training facilities
  • fully equipped resource centre
  • theatre and auditorium
  • excellent access to computer labs
  • canteen
  • multi-purpose activity centre

A supportive program
Other excellent student support services are offered at TAFE Queensland Brisbane, including:

  • qualified counsellors
  • career guidance via counsellors
  • tutorial support
  • mentor program
  • career hub
  • disability support officers

MENTOR PROGRAM
All ‘Do year 11 and 12 differently’ students are enrolled in the Mentor Program which is designed to prepare you, regardless of academic ability, for the challenges of studying. The program comprises of formal scheduled class time involving a variety of activities, discussions and guest speakers, as well as informal time where students can raise issues of importance.
Through this program, year 12 students are prepared for the Queensland Core Skills Test (QCST). Our Mentor Program supports our students throughout their time with us, enabling you to set and achieve clear and realistic goals for their future.

The program is comprised of formal scheduled class time involving a variety of activities, discussions and guest speakers, as well as informal time where students can raise issues of importance.

CAREER HUB
Year 12 students will also join the Career Hub in semester two of the Mentoring Program. This prepares students for the completion of year 12, and equips them with key skills required to be job-ready. Students will focus on their individual career pathways, and learn skills to meet these goals, including an exciting schedule of industry guest speakers to discuss various career choices.

DISABILITY SUPPORT
TAFE Queensland Brisbane has Disability Services Officers who:

  • offer confidential and friendly assistance when discussing individual situations and support needs
  • coordinate services to meet individual learning and physical needs
  • assist students to achieve their educational and career goals
  • encourage students to be independent and take responsibility for their course of study
  • liaise with relevant external agencies, organisations or government departments to gain assistance
  • undertake vocational training connected to that particular work area.