SACE Completion

All students work towards their SACE completion. Learning Plans are developed around the student’s strengths and career aspirations. SACE compulsory subjects are offered at ILC ie. Research Project, Personal Learning Plan, Literacy and Numeracy. Methods of delivery include classroom, one on one tutoring and external (online packages).

The ILC offers engaging programs in the areas of:

  • Registered Training Organisations and TAFE Courses and Units such as First Aid, White Card, Barista, RSA etc
  • Landscaping
  • Volunteering
  • Multi Trades
  • Recycling
  • Visual Art Program
  • Café ILC Cooking Program
  • Textiles Program
  • Wellbeing Groups
  • Health and Recreation Programs
  • Multi Media and Gaming
  • Physics

SACE Stage 1

  • Numeracy for Work & Community Life, Trade Maths or Foundation Maths
  • Personal Learning Plan
  • Literacy for Work & Community Life
  • Community Studies (see Stage 2 areas)
  • Outdoor Education
  • Integrated Studies – Flexible Learning Plan
  • Workplace Practices
  • Recognition of Community & Self Learning
  • Physics

SACE Stage 2

  • Research Project
  • VET
  • Community Studies. Six areas including:
    • Arts and the Community
    • Communication and the Community
    • Foods and the Community
    • Health, Recreation, and the Community
    • Science. Technology and the Community
    • Work and the Community

Registered Training

Including: Short courses and certificate level training are considered on a case by case or group basis.

Community Partnerships

  • Rotary Youth Driver Awareness Program
  • Mount Gambier Transfer Station Project – ReUse Market
  • ILC Community Garden
  • Mt Schank Memorial Hall
  • Grant District Council
  • Mount Gambier City Council
  • Stand Like Stone
  • Rotary Club of Mount Gambier West

Programs and projects are constantly being developed in consultation with council, community and students.  The ILC is committed to fostering and enhancing partnerships and enterprises with local businesses and government departments. This further builds capacity for programs and projects.