Trinity College Graduates Hit the Mark for Employment and Further Education

Results are in, and Trinity College has come out on top for graduate pathways. According to the Next Step Destination Surveys (QLD Department of Education and Training), an impressive 92.5% of Trinity College graduates were engaged in employment or further education.
These results see us outperforming the overall results of QLD (86%) and Logan (78%) as well as other schools in the area. The findings were taken from the data of students who completed Year 12 in 2016, one year after leaving the college.
Assistant Principal for Curriculum, Craig Hirst, was delighted with the findings,  “The latest next step results are fantastic in officially showing how well Trinity prepares its students for further education and the work force”.
He continues, “This report clearly shows that 70% of our Trinity students go onto further education while over 15% went into employment, showing that the pathway opportunities we are providing students, lead to a great involvement in work/study beyond school.”
With 24 authority subjects and 19 certificate courses, Trinity students have plenty of choice when it comes to preparing for their future; it is great to see that our graduates are getting to where they want to be, whether that be employment or further education at TAFE or University.