Vocational Enhancement Programme (VEP) at Newtownhamilton High School 
Since 2005/6, a Vocational Enhancement Programme (VEP) in partnership with the Southern Regional College (Newry) has been developed. This exciting initiative has now been extended to include collaboration with St. Paul's High School Bessbrook, Newry High School and St. Joseph's High School Crossmaglen thus giving our Key Stage 4 pupils the opportunity to study a wide range of Occupational Studies, B.Tech and GCSE courses every Thursday, whilst gaining external accreditation. 
 
Occupational Studies 
Pupils are given the opportunity to study a wide range of modules including: 
 
Brickwork 
Building a Website 
Carpentry & Joinery 
Children to Participate in Play 
Creating Up-styles on Long Hair 
Digital Imaging 
Electrical Wiring Practices 
Facial Skincare 
Floristry 
Food Preparation & Cooking Patisserie 
Food Preparation & Cooking (Kitchen & Larder) 
Growing Plants (Propagation) 
Styling Hair by Blow Drying 
Manicure 
Manufacturing Techniques - Assembly 
Painting & Decorating 
Plant Care 
Plastering 
Plumbing 
Running a Leisure Centre 
Safe Tractor Operations 
Shampooing & Conditioning Hair 
Sound Production 
Sports Leadership 
The Physical Care & Development of Children 
Understanding the Retail Industry 
Using Office Equipment 
Vehicle Servicing & Valeting Operations 
Wall Tiling 
 
A level 2 in CCEA Occupational Studies is counted by the Construction Industry Training Board as being equivalent to 2 GCSE grades at A*-C. 
 
B.Tech & GCSE Courses 
From September 2010, pupils from Newtownhamilton High have had the opportunity to study additional B.Tech First Certificates and GCSE courses in collaboration with SRC and our other collaborative partners.  
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