Design Graphics - Year 11 G1DESG
Design Graphics - Year 11 G2DESG
Design Graphics - Year 12 GTDESG
Drama - Year 11 G1DRA
Drama - Year 11 G2DRA
Drama - Year 12 GTDRA
Visual Arts - Year 11 G1VAR
Visual Arts - Year 11 G2VAR
Visual Arts - Year 12 GTVAR
Certificate II in Creative Industries Live Production CUA20215
Certificate II in Creative Industries Media CUA20205
Certificate I in Visual Arts Music CUA10315
Certificate II in Music Industry CUA20615
Certificate II in Visual Arts
Business and Information Technology
Computer Science - Year 11 A1CSC
Computer Science - Year 11 A2CSC
Computer Science - Year 12 ATCSC
Accounting and Finance - Year 11 G1ACF
Accounting and Finance - Year 11 G2ACF
Accounting and Finance - Year 12 GTACF
Applied Information Technology - Year 11 G1AIT
Applied Information Technology - Year 11 G2AIT
Applied Information Technology - Year 12 GTAIT
Certificate II in Information, Digital Media and Technology ICT20115
Certificate II in Business BSB20115
Community Services
Certificate II in Community Services CHC22015
Community Services Year 11 & 12 ADCS1/2
Design and Technology
Automotive Engineering and Technology - Year 11 G1AET
Automotive Engineering and Technology - Year 11 G2AET
Building and Construction - Year 11 G1BCN
Building and Construction - Year 11 G2BCN
Building and Construction - Year 12 GTBCN
Material Design and Technology – Wood - Year 11 G1MDTW
Material Design and Technology – Wood - Year 11 G2MDTW
Material Design and Technology – Wood - Year 12 GTMDTW
Design Photography - Year 11 G1DESP
Design Photography - Year 11 G2DESP
Design Photography - Year 12 GTDESP
Design Technical Graphic - Year 11 G1DEST
Design Technical Graphic - Year 11 G2DEST
Design Technical Graphic - Year 12 GTDEST
Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation AUR20716
Certificate II in Engineering Pathways
Certificate II in Visual Arts Technical Drawing CUA20715
English and Psychology
English - Year 11 A1ENG
English - Year 11 A2ENG
English - Year 12 ATENG
Psychology - Year 11 A1PSY
Psychology - Year 11 A2PSY
Psychology - Year 12 ATPSY
English Year 11 - G1ENG
English Year 11 - G12NG
English Year 12 - GTENG
English Literature - Year 11 G1LIT
English Literature - Year 11 G2LIT
English Literature - Year 12 GTLIT
English - Year 11 F1ENG
English - Year 11 F2ENG
English - Year 12 FTENG
English as an additional language/dialect
EAL/D ATAR One - Year 11 A1ELD
AL/D ATAR Two - Year 11 A2ELD
EAL/D General One - Year 11
EAL/D General Two - Year 11 G2ELD
EAL/D General Three and Four - Year 12 GTELD
EAL/D Foundation One - Year 11 F1ELD
EAL/D Foundation Two - Year 11 F2ELD
EAL/D Foundation Three and Four - Year 12 FTELD
Food Science and Technology - Year 11 G1FST
Food Science and Technology - Year 11 G2FST
Food Science and Technology - Year 12 GTFST
Certificate II in Hospitality
Health and Physical Education
Health Studies - Year 11 G1HEA
Health Studies - Year 11 G2HEA
Health Studies - Year 12 GTHEA
Physical Education Studies - Year 11 G1PES
Physical Education Studies - Year 11 G2PES
Physical Education Studies - Year 12 GTPES
Campus Based Recreation CBRECS1/S2
Humanities and Social Sciences
Economics - Year 11 A1ECO
Economics - Year 11 A2ECO
Economics - Year 12 ATECO
Modern History - Year 11 A1HIM
Modern History - Year 11 A2HIM
Modern History - Year 12 ATHIM
Economics - Year 11 G1ECO
Economics - Year 11 G2ECO
Economics - Year 12 GTECO
Economics - Year 12 GTECO
Modern History - Year 11 A1HIM
Modern History - Year 11 A2HIM
Modern History - Year 12 ATHIM
Mathematics Applications - Year 11 A1MAA
Mathematics Applications - Year 11 A2MAA
Mathematics Methods - Year 12 ATMAA
Mathematics Methods - Year 11 A1MAM
Mathematics Methods - Year 11 A2MAM
Mathematics Methods - Year 12 ATMAM
Mathematics Essentials - Year 11 G1MAE
Mathematics Essentials - Year 11 G2MAE
Mathematics Essentials - Year 12 GTMAE
Mathematics Applications - Year 12 ATMAA
Mathematics Methods - Year 12 ATMAM
Mathematics - Year 11 F1MAT
Mathematics - Year 11 F2MAT
Mathematics - Year 12 FTMAT
Chemistry - Year 11 A1CHE
Chemistry -Year 11 A2CHE
Chemistry - Year 12 ATCHE
Human Biology - Year 11 A1HBY
Human Biology - Year 11 A2HBY
Human Biology - Year 12 ATHBY
Physics - Year 11 A1PHY
Physics - Year 11 A2PHY
Physics - Year 12 ATPHY
Chemistry - Year 11 G1CHE
Chemistry - Year 11 G2CHE
Chemistry - Year 11 GTCHE
Human Biology - Year 11 G1HBY
Human Biology - Year 11 G2HBY
Human Biology - Year 12 GTHBY
Integrated Science - Year 11 G1ISC
Integrated Science - Year 11 G2ISC
Integrated Science - Year 12 GTISC
Campus Based Science - Year 11 CBSCS1/S2
English Literature
English Literature - Year 11 G1LIT
English Literature - Year 11 G2LIT
English Literature - Year 12 GTLIT
Curtin UniReady in Schools at CJSC
UniReady Enabling Program

Unit 1 Design Fundamentals

The focus of this unit is to introduce the design process and practice of graphic design. In this unit you will learn basic design theory and how to perate image editing and creation software in the Adobe CC suite. This unit will provide you with skills and techniques to create your own designs in the Adobe CC suite, to provide solutions to design problems and communication needs.

You will explore various graphic design applications, such as product packaging design, gift stationary, basic illustration and poster design. The areas you will cover will include the design understandings, the design process, design theory application and interpretation and design in society. You will have the opportunity to create your own digital designs for print.

Basic IT skills eg. using the computer.

Types of Assessment:
70% Production
30% Response

Unit Cost:

Unit 1

The focus for this unit is developing computer-based systems and producing spreadsheet and database solutions. You are introduced to the internal, interrelating components of computer-based systems in an industry context. You will examine a variety of systems, build on spreadsheet and database skills and gain an appreciation of how these concepts and technologies are used in industry.

The unit content includes theoretical and practical aspects organised into two content areas: systems analysis and development and managing data.

Minimum C grade in Year 10 Computing or equivalent standard

Types of Assessment:
40% Project
20% Theory Test
10% Practical Test
30% Examination

Unit Cost:

This Certificate will provide you with the foundation practical skills and knowledge to participate in local government, private and community organisations that seek to encourage and assist community groups to identify their needs and plan and develop appropriate services and facilities to meet those needs.

You will have the opportunity to develop skills in communication, problem solving, information provision and processing, administration and group support. You will learn to organise and complete daily work activities as well as manage personal stress in the workplace, preparing you to take on a role in the sector. Importantly, it offers pathways to further study and the chance to develop a rewarding and lasting career in the community services and welfare sectors.

Core Units
◆CHCCOM001 Provide first point of contact
◆CHCCOM005 Communicate and work in health or community services
◆CHCDIV001 Work with diverse people
◆HLTWHS001 Participate in workplace health and safety
◆BSBWOR202 Organise and complete daily work activities

Please Note: The selection of elective units may vary slightly to suit the needs
of the group

Elective Units
◆HLTFSE001 Follow basic food safety practices
◆HLTFSE006 Prepare foods suitable for a range of client groups
◆CHCGRP001 Support group activities
◆BSBWOR201 Manage personal stress in the workplace
◆FSKDIG03 Use digital technology for routine workplace tasks
◆FSKLRG09 Use strategies to respond to routine workplace problems
◆FSKWTG09 Write routine workplace texts

Post-Secondary Pathways Industry
Aged care, child care, migrant services, disability services, health care worker, nursing, case workers, community development officer, family support worker, community health worker, accommodation support worker, home care assistant, care worker, In-home respite worker, personal care assistant, Certificate III, IV, Diploma, Advanced Diploma

Higher Education and Training
Bachelor Degree

Unit 1

In this unit, you will develop an understanding of automotive vehicles and the basic principles and systems around which automotive vehicles function. Under guidance, you will study the different systems of an automotive vehicle, and follow basic rules associated with automotive workshops. You develop skills to check and maintain the safe operation of an automotive vehicle, using the correct selection of tools and safe workshop practices. You will examine how the different uses of automotive vehicles have affected our society and the environment.


Types of Assessment:
20% Response
20% Investigation and Diagnostics
60% Production and Assembly

Unit Cost:

Unit 1

The focus of this unit is how meaning is communicated through the relationships between language, text, purpose, contexts and audience. This includes how language and texts are shaped by their purpose, the audience for whom they are intended and the contexts in which they are created and received.

Through responding to and creating texts, you will consider how language, structure and conventions operate in a variety of imaginative, interpretive and persuasive texts. A speaking/listening assessment is included at least once.

Minimum B grade in Year 10 or equivalent standard

Types of Assessment:
35%-40% Responding
35%-40% Creating
20%-30% Examination

Unit Cost:

iLearn Cost:

This unit is combined with EAL/D unit two ATAR. It requires you to analyse and work with complex language, concepts and texts. This pair of units prepares students for further study at university.

This unit focuses on investigating how language and culture are interrelated and expressed in a range of contexts. You will explore the relationship between these structures and features and the context, purpose and audience of texts. It will broaden your understanding of the sociocultural and sociolinguistic elements of English and develop skills for research and further academic study. The thematic focus for this unit is ways of life.

Recommended: EAL/D Progress Map
Levels 5+

Types of Assessment:
15%-25% Investigation
15%-25% Response
15%-25% Production (Written)
15%-25% Production (Oral)
15% Written Examination
5% Practical (Oral) Examination

Unit Cost:
$90 (includes dictionary provided by the school)

Unit 1

The focus of this unit is food and balanced diets. You will explore the ways in which individuals select and use a wide range of food ingredients. You will learn about the variety and availability of local foods and cooking, storage and service of a range of commodities. You will participate in a range of practical activities to learn about methods of cookery, food presentation and menu planning and design.


Types of Assessment:
30% Investigation
45% Production
10% Response
15% Externally Set Task

Unit Cost:

Unit 1

The focus of this unit is health promotion. In this unit you will explore factors which influence your health in positive and negative ways and devise action plans towards achieving identified goals of improving health. This unit will provide you with the opportunity to develop key employability and life skills including communication, leadership, initiative and enterprise.

The areas you will cover include the physical, social, mental, emotional and spiritual dimensions of health and you will have the opportunity to understand the rights and responsibilities as a healthcare consumer. You will explore lifestyle factors affecting health such as the impact of beliefs, attitudes and values on health behaviour and determine personal health risk assessments.


Types of Assessment:
20% Inquiry
50% Project
30% Response

Unit Cost:

Unit 1

The focus for this unit is Markets. It explores the key role markets play in determining the wellbeing of individuals and society, as well as the limitations of markets. The emphasis is on understanding the operation of real world markets that are relevant to students.

Minimum C grade in Year 10 Humanities or equivalent standard

Types of Assessment:
30% Data Interpretation/Short Answer
40% Extended Answer
30% Examination

Unit Cost:

Additional Supplementary Resources (Approximate Cost):

Online Learning Resources $50

Unit 1

In this unit you will study three topics: Consumer arithmetic, Algebra and matrices, and shape and measurement. Consumer arithmetic reviews the concepts of rate and percentage change in the context of earning and managing money and includes the use of spread sheets.

Algebra and matrices continues the study of algebra and introduces the topic of matrices. The emphasis of this topic is the symbolic representation and manipulation of information from real-life contexts using algebra and matrices. Shape and measurement builds the knowledge and skills of students with the concept of similarity and associated calculations involving simple geometric shapes. The emphasis in this topic is on applying these skills in a range of practical contexts, including those involving three dimensional shapes.

Students must be in OLNA category 3 to enrol in this unit based on achieving a C grade in Year 10 Mathematics or equivalent standard

Types of Assessment:
40% Response
20% Investigation
40% Examination

Unit Cost:
$60 (Textbook included)

Please Note:
ATAR courses require the purchase of a Classpad Calculator $240

Unit 1

The focus for this unit is chemistry fundamentals. In this unit you will learn and apply bonding theories, atomic structure and electron configuration. You will also investigate covalent molecular substances and covalent network substances plus nanomaterials. The areas you will cover include the law of conservation of mass and calculations relating to moles, molar mass and concentrations of solutions. You will develop understandings in nanomaterials, exothermic and endothermic reactions and the ability to use energy profile diagrams. The applications of the collision theory in relation to reaction rate will also be studied.

Minimum C grade in Year 10 Science or equivalent and good mathematical ability.

Types of Assessment:
25% Science Inquiry
10% Extended Response
15% Test
50% Examination

Unit Cost:

Additional Resources Required (Approximate Cost):

Online Learning Resources $50

Textbooks $80

Unit 1

This focus of this unit is to introduce you to relevant and engaging literary texts ranging from poetry, prose fiction, drama and multimodal literary texts. You will consider how all texts use language and conventions in particular ways and compare familiar texts with unfamiliar ones, including those from other times and places and consider how ideas and groups of people are represented differently in different texts.

Through discussion and analysis, you will begin to create readings of texts and consider your own attitudes and values; and the moral and ethical positions offered by texts. You will experiment with creating literary texts of your own, for example, poems, plays and short stories; and literary texts that make use of multimodal techniques.

Achieved OLNA category 3 in reading and writing or equivalent standard

Types of Assessment:
10% Extended Written Response
30%-40% Short Written Response
30%-40% Creative Production
10%-20% Oral

Unit Cost:

The UniReady Enabling Program is an alternate entry to university pathway run by Curtin University. CJSC and Curtin University have entered into a partnership that allows us to deliver the UniReady Program to Year 12 students at CJSC.

UniReady Enabling Program completed successfully, it will provide you with a notional ATAR of 70 and English competency.

The UniReady in Schools Program has been approved as an Endorsed Program. This means it will contribute to a student’s WACE.

Students complete four (4) units. Each unit is equivalent to a one semester ATAR/General course. Students will complete two units in Semester One, and two units in Semester Two.

Unit 1 – Fundamentals in Academic Writing

In the context of research and writing , this unit orientates students to develop and practice skills for entry level university courses. Students are introduced to and gain opportunities to practice and develop academic and language skills related to planning, researching, structuring, constructing, revising and proofreading academic writing tasks.

Unit 2 – Foundations of Communication

Features of spoken, written and online communications are identified, and strategies to enhance effectiveness in learning environments are defined and demonstrated with examples. Communication strategies appropriate for purpose and audience are applied in practical and interactive learning tasks involving interpersonal communications, presentations, negotiation and language skills though individual and group learning practices using various face-to-face and online technologies.

Unit 3 – Applying Mathematics

The Applying Mathematics unit is composed of 11 topics, which include: metric measurements displaying and analysing categorical data and continuous data, bivariate analysis, statistics, algebra, linear, quadratic and exponential functions.

Unit 4 – Introduction to Health Sciences

The introductions to health sciences unit will provide students with a basic understanding of some of the human anatomy and physiology components of an undergraduate Health Science program. This includes an overview of several of the human body systems. Throughout the unit’s topic, students will be exposed to some basic scientific concepts including: osmosis, diffusion, lever systems, DNA, cell membrane transport and electrical charges as well as familiarisation with some of the basic conventions of academic writing for the health sciences.


  • For ATAR Pathway students: Mostly C grades in year 11 ATAR courses.
  • For General Pathway students: Mostly B grades, and 60% or above in English.


$75 per unit