The Home-Host School VETiS Model delivered across the Wyndham and Hobsons Bay regions is a single organisation unit that ensures young people have access to a broad range of affordable and local VETiS programs within their community.
What is the Home-Host School Model of VETiS Delivery?
The Home-Host School Model of VETiS delivery is an administrative agreement based on strong partnerships between the government and catholic schools in the Wyndham and Hobsons Bay areas and facilitated by the Wyn Bay LLEN.
- The ‘Host’ school is the school or provider who opens their VETiS enrolments to any students in the region – thereby ‘hosting’ the students, who are enrolled at another school or agency.
- The ‘Home’ school is the school or agency at which the student is enrolled for the bulk of their secondary studies.
The Home-Host Model relies on VETiS programs being offered by providers (mostly schools who are either Registered Training Organisations (RTO) in their own right, or are auspiced by local RTO’s to deliver VETiS programs) to be open and available to any student in the region who wishes to enrol.
Why Was the Home-Host Model Set Up?
The Home-Host Model was set up in response to high demand for VETiS programs and a huge cost to schools to provide a VETiS Course. For the students in the Wyndham and Hobsons Bay region this model allows them to access over 32 different VETiS courses, including those available through TAFE’s and private RTO’S. For the schools, this model allows them to be able to cover the costs of developing, providing and resourcing these programs.
What is Wyn Bay LLEN’s Role in the Home-Host Model?
Enrolments in these Home-Host School VETiS programs and the smooth running of the programs are coordinated through the Wyn Bay LLEN by a Cluster Co-ordinator.
For more information on the Home-Host School Model please contact:
Lynne Gray - Hobsons Bay VET Cluster Co-ordinator, Wyn Bay LLEN
Mob: 0457 813 707 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org