Tweed River High School

A centre for innovative learning pathways

Artist impression of VET facilities at Tweed River High School Artist impression of VET facilities at Tweed River High School
Image: Artist impression of VET facilities at Tweed River High School

As part of the Vocational High Schools Program, Tweed River High School is the recipient of a purpose-built vocational education and training (VET) hub. The VET hub will support the delivery of quality training for students across a range of local industry sectors including construction, hospitality, primary industries, entertainment and business services.

What’s inside

Due to open in 2024, the VET Hub contains four buildings positioned throughout the Tweed River High School campus, including:

Technology and Applied Studies and Construction

  • Construction workshop
  • Outdoor covered workshop
  • Loading dock
  • Material store
  • Design and planning room

Performing Arts

  • Music and performance studios
  • Seminar rooms

Hospitality & Business

  • Commercial kitchen
  • Bistro
  • Laundry

Agriculture, primary industries

  • Proprietary shed
  • Glass house

Courses available at the VET hub

The following VET courses are delivered by Tweed River High School’s qualified VET teachers.

From 2023 From 2024

Business Services

Certificate III in Business

Assistant Dance Teaching

Certificate III in Assistant Dance Teaching


Statement of Attainment towards Certificate II in Construction

Certificate II in Construction Pathways

Furniture Making



Certificate II in Hospitality

Certificate II in Cookery

Music Industry

Certificate III in Music

Primary Industries

Certificate II in Agriculture

Screen and Media

Certificate III in Screen and Media

Manufacturing and Engineering

Certificate I in Engineering

Statement of Attainment towards Certificate II in Engineering Pathways

Tourism — Australian Indigenous Culture


Sports Coaching

Certificate III in Sport Coaching

Providing access to neighbouring schools

Courses delivered in the VET Hub are available to students from Tweed River High School and other local secondary public schools.

Connecting schools with industry

Tweed River High School has a dedicated Industry Liaison Officer, Kate Dickenson from Connect Northern Rivers, to forge local industry pathways for students.


Contact us

For enquiries about the Vocational High Schools Program, contact:

Steve Montgomery, Program lead



  • VET

Business Unit:

  • Communication and Engagement
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