The Namatjira Faculty is focussed on providing senior students (years 10 -12) with the opportunity for vocational / VET pathways, apprenticeships, and traineeships. Applied subjects are suited to students who are primarily interested in pathways beyond senior secondary schooling that lead to vocational education and training or the workforce.
Future Careers, Professions and Industries
On graduation, past students have been successful in variety of fields including enrolled nursing, and completion of apprenticeships in mechanics, carpentry, plumbing, baking and electrotechnology electrician to name but a few.
Read some of our Vocational and Training Pathway Stories
Namatjira Faculty is named after Elea Albert Namatjira (1902 - 1959).
Albert Namatjira was an Arrernte painter from the MacDonnell Ranges in Central Australia, widely considered one of the most notable Australian artists. As a pioneer of contemporary Indigenous Australian art, he was arguably one of the most famous Indigenous Australians of his generation. He was the first Aboriginal artist to receive popularity from a wide Australian audience.