Located in the heart of Fremantle, Fast Track is a program that really lives up to its name, providing a nurturing and engaging environment to help students reconnect with a love for learning.
The Fremantle Fast Track ‘Transitions’ program
Students enrolled in our Transitions program are able to select a pathway that will enable them to complete their Year 10 equivalence and/or undertake Year 11 courses and other qualifications that contribute toward the Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE). The program is designed to cater for people who:
- Do not have adequate grades to successfully access further education, training or employment
- Have not successfully completed year 10
- Have completed year 10 and need extra support to be able to successfully continue with education (year 11/TAFE)
- Would like to focus on preparation for work or training.
The focus of the program is to:
- Facilitate student access to education, training or employment
- Engage students in accredited learning pathways tailored to meet their individual needs and circumstances
- Develop students emotional, social and academic competence whilst catering for each individual’s learning needs
- Assist students to develop the awareness, skills and knowledge that will enable them to become life-long learners
- Provide a safe and supportive learning environment where each student’s individual needs can be met.
Chelsea on track to nursing career...
“The individualised and self-paced program of work at Fremantle Fast Track (FFT) allowed me to take my learning slowly and provided time to build up my self-confidence. I actually began to believe that I was capable.
This positive experience encouraged me to enrol in Certificate IV in Health Science Foundations at South Metropolitan TAFE, while still being supported by FFT. I successfully completed the course and then was accepted into a Bachelor of Nursing at Murdoch University and am successfully managing full-time university study and working part time. The opportunities I have now would never have occurred without the support of FFT, who helped me to re-engage with learning.”