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Certificate III in Pathways to Further Study

Course code: 10223NAT

This course provides a pathway to a recognised tertiary entry qualification and foundation skills for further study at Certificate 4 level.

Certificate II in Further Study Skills

Course code: 10591NAT

This course is for people who wish to further their education or training and require the following skills and knowledge: - reading, writing, numeracy, digital literacy, and humanities for continued engagement in further education - Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) units to successfully undertake vocational qualifications such as engineering, electro-technology, building and construction, manufacturing and automotive industries - mathematics and science to prepare for employment in trades or traineeships - English, mathematics and science for general and trade level entry to the Australian Defence Forces

Course in Mathematics and Science for Further Study

Course code: 10222NAT

This course provides specific skills and knowledge to undertake further study requiring mathematics and science skills and knowledge at tertiary level, and vocational training at Diploma level or above.

Certificate III in English for Further Study

Course code: 10592NAT

This course is intended to provide participants with the following general education outcomes: - English language proficiency of Level 2+ on the ISLPR scale. - English language proficiency to undertake qualifications requiring proficiency of ISLPR 2+, IELTS 5 or CEFR B1+ on entry, which provide a pathway to access employment, training and community participation. - English language entry requirement to TAFE NSW courses requiring IELTS 5 at entry.

Certificate III in Advanced English for Further Study

Course code: 10593NAT

This course is intended to provide participants with the following general education outcomes: - English language proficiency of Level 3 on the ISLPR scale - English language proficiency to undertake qualifications requiring proficiency of ISLPR 3, IELTS 5.5 or CEFR B2 on entry, which provide a pathway to access employment, training and community participation - English language entry requirement to TAFE NSW courses requiring IELTS 5.5 at entry.

TAFE PLUS Statement in Skills for Learning

Course code: 160-32211V01

This course is designed to provide training under the Community Services Obligation for Government-subsidised disadvantaged students in order to improve their educational outcomes. The training provided is customised to the specific needs of the learner and may be any of the following: Personalised Learning Support including pre-training support, counselling, mentoring, case management, and individualised or group support for learning engagement and completions. Access to learning resource centres including study facilities and services (such as access to computers with specific software packages and printing services. It is for students who meet the eligibility criteria as specified in the Framework for Community Service Obligation Framework Funding.

Certificate I in Access to Work and Training

Course code: 10583NAT

This course is intended to provide participants with the following general education outcomes: * develop employability skills and knowledge at AQF level 1 to retrain or enter the workforce * identify realistic education, employment or community engagement goals and appropriate training pathways, including pre-vocational pathways * participate in a formal, supported or self-managed learning environment

Certificate I in Preparation for Work and Training

Course code: 10582NAT

This course is intended to provide participants with the following general education outcomes: - develop preliminary employability skills and knowledge at AQF level 1 - identify realistic education, employment or community engagement goals and appropriate training pathways - participate in a formal, supported learning environment.

Statement of Attainment in Revegetation

Course code: 357-R5107V01

This course is aimed at students wanting to get underpinning skills and experience needed for entry into Diploma of Conservation Land Management

Course in Preliminary Spoken and Written English

Course code: 10361NAT

This course is a foundation course for people who have no or limited formal schooling, no literacy skills in English and who may not have literacy skills in their first language. The course is a component of the Certificates in Spoken and Written English (CSWE) general education English as an additional language (EAL) curriculum framework. Learning outcomes in this course include: - learning strategies to study in formal learning environments - decoding and writing words and simple sentences - recognising and writing the alphabet - recognising and writing simple numbers - understanding time and money - giving personal information - participating in simple conversational exchanges.

Statement of Attainment in Bush Regeneration

Course code: 357-R5106V01

This course is aimed at students wanting to get underpinning skills and experience needed for entry into Diploma of Conservation Land Management

Statement of Attainment in First Aid and WHS in an Education and Care Setting

Course code: 357-R3038V01

Statement of Attainment in First Aid and WHS in an Education and Care Setting is the recognised First Aid Course for those working in the Early Childhood Education and Care sector. The course also covers WHS relating to Early Childhood settings. You will be provided with an online resource and attend a face to face practical and assessment session in Strathfield NSW. This fee-free course is only available to NSW residents.

Certificate IV in Business Administration

Course code: BSB40515

This qualification is suited to a range of individuals who use well-developed administrative skills and a broad knowledge base in a wide variety of administrative contexts. They apply solutions to a defined range of unpredictable problems, and analyse information from a variety of sources. They may provide leadership and guidance to others. Licensing/Regulatory Information No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.

Certificate II in Study Skills

Course code: 10580NAT

This course is for people who wish to further their education or training and require the following skills and knowledge: - reading, writing, numeracy, digital literacy, and humanities for continued engagement in further education - Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) units at an introductory level to successfully undertake vocational qualifications such as Engineering, Electro-technology, Building and Construction, Manufacturing and Automotive industries - mathematics and science to prepare for employment in trades or traineeships

TAFE Statement in Vocational Support and Pathways

Course code: CSO4444-V01

This course is designed for students with barriers to learning who require tutorial support to assist them to complete their vocational or primary qualification; or are seeking a pathway to further vocational study (ie, language support for pre-English students).

Statement of Attainment in Executive Committee Management Skills

Course code: 900-80242V01

This short course trains learners in administrative skills in a wide variety of administrative contexts. Students will learn to apply solutions to a defined range of unpredictable problems, and analyse information from a variety of sources.

Statement of Attainment in Marketing Analytics and Customer Experience

Course code: TDP-R7000V01

The target group for this course is people working in a marketing field or who have some digital marketing experience who wish to further develop their digital marketing skills

Statement of Attainment in Pathways to Employment, Education and Training

Course code: 564-11995V02

This course is for people who may have experienced barriers to vocational education and training. You will acquire skills which will increase access to education, training or employment. Learners will identify and/or develop basic competencies to help them find and keep a job as well as identifying further education and training pathways in a range of vocational areas.

Statement of Attainment in Business Planning for a Small Business

Course code: 158-10432V03

This Statement of Attainment provides the skills and knowledge to work in a small business, manage a small business or to set up a small business. Students completing this Statement of Attainment can further their education in qualification BSB40407 Certificate IV in Small Business Management.

Advanced Diploma of Agribusiness Management

Course code: AHC60316

This qualification reflects the roles of individuals working in a range of agribusinesses. The units covered in this qualification are uniquely contextualised for the agribusiness sector and reflect the need for agribusiness specific management expertise in planning and analysis, financial and human resource management together with an emphasis on sustainability. This qualification is also suited to the needs of individuals who possess significant theoretical agribusiness skills and knowledge that they would like to further develop in order to create further educational or employment opportunities. Job roles and titles vary across different industry sectors. Possible job titles relevant to this qualification include: - Rural and regional agribusiness manager (including lending managers, insurance brokers, machinery dealers, chemical resellers, stock agents, grain marketers, real estate agents) - Agriculture enterprise business manager - Production horticulture enterprise business manager No occupational licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.

Certificate III in Career Advancement

Course code: 10585NAT

This course is intended to provide participants with the following general education outcomes: - enterprise and employability skills to retrain or enter the workforce - communication skills for accessing and maintaining employment - technological skills to use new and emerging forms of technology - learning skills for further education and training - access to enhanced employment opportunities and career choices as well as skills and knowledge to access further education in a range of vocational qualifications - skills and knowledge associated with Aboriginal communities and people.

Statement of Attainment in Refrigeration-Air Conditioning - Service and Repair Hydrocarbon Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Systems

Course code: UEESS00089

Before you enrol in this course you must contact the campus or campuses of your choice for details of information sessions and other procedures that may apply. Compulsory attendance at an information session may apply. The units of competency in this skill set will contribute to the completion of relevant Certificate III, Certificate IV, Diploma and Advanced Diploma qualifications from the UEE11 Electrotechnology Training Package. Please consult the packaging rules of the relevant qualification for further advice. Readers should ensure that they have also read the part of the Training Package that outlines licensing and regulatory requirements. This Skill Set from the UEE11 Electrotechnology Training Package meets the industry requirements for Service and Repair Hydrocarbon Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Systems.

Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways

Course code: FSK20113

This qualification is designed for individuals who require further foundation skills development to prepare for workforce entry or vocational training pathways. This qualification is suitable for individuals who require: - A pathway to employment or vocational training - Reading, writing, numeracy, oral communication and learning skills at Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF) Level 3 - Entry level digital literacy and employability skills - A vocational training and employment plan.

Certificate II in Cleaning

Course code: CPP20617

This qualification reflects the role of individuals who have a defined and limited range of cleaning operational skills and basic industry knowledge. They are mainly involved in routine and repetitive tasks and work under supervision. This qualification provides a pathway to further learning and work in various cleaning roles and settings including but not limited to: - administration, support and correctional services; - health care and social assistance; - accommodation and food services, and - education and training. Licensing/Regulatory Information: No licensing, legislative, regulatory, or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.

TAFE Statement in Stone Setting

Course code: 165-400213V01

This course will introduce students to some of the basic skills to set round and princess cut gems into jewellery and will add further skills and techniques to jewellery making as well as concepts of jewellery design and manufacture. Add another skill to your jewellery making techniques by learning different styles of setting which will include: * Claw setting * Channel setting * Bead setting * Bezel setting

Certificate I in Fundamental English for Speakers of Other Languages

Course code: 10588NAT

This course is intended to provide participants with the following general education outcomes: - English language proficiency of level 1 on the ISLPR scale - English language proficiency to undertake qualifications requiring proficiency of ISLPR 1, IELTS 3.5 or CEFR A2 on entry, which provide a pathway to access employment, training and community participation

Certificate II in Basic English for Speakers of Other Languages

Course code: 10589NAT

This course is intended to provide participants with the following general education outcomes: - English language proficiency at Level 1+ on the ISLPR scale - English language proficiency to undertake qualifications requiring ISLPR 1+, IELTS 4 or CEFR A2+ on entry, which provide a pathway to access employment, training and community participation.

Certificate II in Salon Assistant

Course code: SHB20216

This is a preparatory qualification which provides a defined and limited range of basic skills and knowledge used in hairdressing salons by individuals who provide assistance with client services. These routine and repetitive tasks are completed under direct supervision and with guidance from hairdressers who manage the client service. The combined skills and knowledge do not provide for a job outcome as a hairdresser and this qualification is intended to prepare individuals for further training. No occupational licensing, certification or specific legislative requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.

Statement of Attainment in Introduction to WHS Systems Fundamentals

Course code: 357-R7105V01

Introduction to WHS Systems Fundamentals If you are looking to commence a career in the work, health and safety (WHS) area or you already have experience without qualifications in WHS, the Statement of Attainment in WHS Systems Fundamentals can lead to career opportunities and further studies in the Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety. Successful completion of the Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety can lead to a range of career opportunities including Work Health and Safety (WHS) Systems Officer, Work Health and Safety Coordinator and Safety Health and Wellbeing Advisor. The course covers a range of units of competency and provides skills and knowledge in WHS management systems and accident prevention.

Statement of Attainment Disability Client Co-Ordination Skill Set

Course code: 164-58046V01

Disability Client Co-Ordination three unit skill set, includes CHCDIS008 Facilitate Community participation and social inclusion; CHCPRP001 Develop and maintain networks and collaborative partnerships and CHCMGT006 Coordinate client directed care. Completion of this skill set will supply further pathways to learners into other individual support specialisation, Certificate IV Community Services and Disability

Statement of Attainment in Foundation Skills Support

Course code: 564-13000V02

This course is for students requiring foundation skills to achieve vocational competency in an industry training package qualification.

Certificate I in Business

Course code: BSB10115

This entry-level qualification allows individuals across a variety of industry sectors to develop basic skills and knowledge to prepare for work. They may undertake a range of simple tasks under close supervision. The range of technical skills and knowledge is limited. Licensing/Regulatory Information No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.

TAFE Statement in Enamelling for Jewellery

Course code: 165-400216V01

Vitreous Enamelling is a colourful and expressive art form with an exciting array of techniques to explore that include stencils, textures, drawing, and cloisonn . Learn how to create images and designs and incorporate enamel into your jewellery. This course will introduce students to some of the basic skills, the tools and techniques, of enamelling onto metal, and will add further skills and techniques to jewellery making as well as concepts of jewellery design and manufacture. This short course is suitable for students with little jewellery working experience (basic saw piercing and filing skills) and will help you to use colour and texture in your jewellery.

TAFE Plus Statement in IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR) Initial Category 3

Course code: 160-173137V01

This course is designed for freight forwarder staff who either have no prior DGR training or who have not updated their training during the past 24 months. This course fulfills ICAO and IATA training requirements and qualifies you to handle and process dangerous goods for carriage of by air for a 24-month period. Whether you are new to the industry or a recent recruit, this course provides a solid foundation for further professional development in the field of ground operations. Suitable for: Freight Forwarder staff preparing DG / HAZMAT shipments. Airline staff preparing dangerous goods as Company Material (COMAT).

Certificate I in Access to Vocational Pathways

Course code: FSK10113

This qualification is designed for individuals who require significant foundation skills support to access a vocational learning pathway. The qualification is suitable for individuals who require: - a prevocational pathway to employment and vocational training - reading, writing, numeracy, oral communication and learning skills at Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF) Level 1 - entry level digital technology and employability skills. Foundation Skills Training Package qualifications may not be listed as an entry requirement for vocational qualifications. Licensing/Regulatory Information No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.

Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician

Course code: UEE30811

Before you enrol in this course you must contact the campus or campuses of your choice for details of information sessions and other procedures that may apply. Compulsory attendance at an information session may apply. This course is for those who want to work as an electrician. You will learn how to select, install, set up, test, fault find, repair and maintain electrical systems and equipment in building and premises. This course meets the national Electrical Regulatory Authorities Council (ERAC) requirements for an unrestricted 'Electrician's License'. The Certificate III in Electrotechnology - Electrician qualification meets PART of the requirements for issue of a 'Qualified Supervisors Certificate - Electrician' issued by NSW Fair Trading, which permits the holder to work unsupervised on low voltage fixed wiring and equipment and to directly supervise others undertaking this work.

TAFE Plus Statement in Ceramics Foundation-Intermediate Skills/Techniques

Course code: 158-25993V01

Learn the foundations of ceramic studio art practice in a supportive and professional environment. Build upon existing wheel forming, design, mould making, hand forming, kiln packing and firing skills. You will refine technical and conceptual skills through a process of experimentation and practice. Teachers will demonstrate a wide range of specific techniques and skills so that you can further develop with clay. This course can be extended into a full year program as a series of four payment terms to give a full range of basic ceramics skills. On completion of the full year, students may articulate into the Diploma of Ceramics.

Certificate II in Routine English for Speakers of Other Languages

Course code: 10590NAT

This course is intended to provide participants with the following general education outcomes: - English language proficiency of Level 2 on the ISLPR scale. - English language proficiency to undertake qualifications requiring proficiency of ISLPR 2, IELTS 4.5 or CEFR B1 on entry, which provide a pathway to access employment, training and community participation.

Certificate III in Painting and Decorating

Course code: CPC30611

This course is for apprentices who work in the painting and decorating trade. You will learn about the processes, materials, tools and equipment used and develop specialised skills associated with the surface coating industry. You will also learn about the relationship of this trade to others in the building and construction industry.

Statement of Attainment in Introduction to WHS

Course code: 357-R7104V01

Introduction to WHS If you are looking to commence a career in the work, health and safety (WHS) area or you already have experience without qualifications in WHS, the Statement of Attainment in Introduction to WHS can lead to career opportunities and further studies in the Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety. Successful completion of the Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety can lead to a range of career opportunities including Work Health and Safety (WHS) Systems Officer, Work Health and Safety Coordinator and Safety Health and Wellbeing Advisor. The course covers a range of units of competency and provides a basic understanding of WHS laws and evidence of compliance.

Certificate I in Maritime Operations (Coxswain Grade 2 Near Coastal)

Course code: MAR10413

This qualification is suitable for people who work as a Coxswain Grade 2 Near Coastal in the maritime industry and: * command a commercial marine vessel: - up to 12 metres in length - with propulsion power that is unlimited for an outboard engine or up to 100 kW for an inboard engine - that is not carrying passengers * operate this vessel - in sheltered waters or - as a tender or auxiliary vessel within 3 nautical miles (nm) of a parent vessel within the exclusive economic zone (EEZ) or - within 3 nm from point of departure, shore base or aquaculture lease.

Certificate II in Animal Studies

Course code: ACM20110

This course is for people wanting to gain experience in working with animals. It is an entry point into the animal care industry and prepares you for job roles such as an animal attendant in a kennel, cattery, animal shelter or pet shop. The course enables you to develop skills and knowledge required for the care and maintenance of animals in a variety of workplaces. You will learn about the animal care industry and careers available in its many sectors. Whilst undertaking this course it is highly recommended that you seek to gain a period of work experience in an animal care workplace. This will allow you to practise what you have learnt and experience what it is like to work with others in an animal care facility. By completing the course, you will be able to catch and handle a range of animals, feed and water animals, complete animal care hygiene routines, assist in the health care of animals and communicate effectively with supervisors and colleagues. Pathways from this course include higher level qualifications in animal studies animal technology, captive animals, companion animal services and veterinary nursing.

Statement of Attainment in Leadership skills

Course code: 166-52595V01

This course provides the skills and knowledge to be an effective manager and leader. It applies to managers and supervisors who use initiative and judgement to organise the work of self and others and plan, evaluate and co-ordinate the work of teams. Key areas covered include: the development and use of emotional intelligence to increase self-awareness, self-management, social awareness and relationship management in the context of the workplace. presenting and negotiating persuasively, leading and participating in meetings and making presentations to customers, clients and others how to create an environment that enables and supports the application of innovative practice focusing on a holistic approach to the integration of innovation across all areas of work practice. continuous improvement systems and processes with particular emphasis on the development of systems and the analysis of information to monitor and adjust performance strategies, and to manage opportunities for further improvements.

Certificate III in Accounts Administration

Course code: FNS30315

This qualification reflects the job roles of employees with functions that could include financial data entry, processing accounts and payrolls, providing customer service in financial transactions and producing reports. They apply knowledge and skills to demonstrate autonomy and judgement and to take limited responsibility in known situations under general supervision. Licensing/Regulatory Information No licensing or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication. However, some units will specify relevant licensing, legislative and/or regulatory requirements that impact on the unit. Refer to FNS Implementation Guide Companion Volume for guidance on requirements.

Certificate III in Carpentry and Joinery

Course code: CPC32011

This course is for apprentices in the carpentry and joinery trade. You will learn how to produce work suitable for residential and commercial applications.

Certificate III in Fitness (Gym Instructor)

Course code: SIS30315

This qualification reflects the role of instructors who perform a range of activities and functions within the fitness industry. Depending on the specialisation chosen, this qualification provides a pathway to work as an instructor providing exercise instruction for group, aqua or gym programs. They work independently with some level of autonomy in a controlled environment such as fitness, leisure, aquatic and community centres where risks are managed through pre-existing risk assessment and hazard control processes. Individuals who specialise in Aqua Exercise Instruction deliver water-based exercise sessions designed for participation by a group of clients. Sessions may be freestyle, pre-choreographed or circuit style. They also have the skills to rescue a client in distress, and an appropriate level of pool deck fitness and endurance. Individuals who specialise in Group Exercise Instruction deliver exercise sessions designed for participation by a group of clients with a mix of ages/fitness levels. Sessions may be freestyle, pre-choreographed or circuit style. These individuals instruct and demonstrate complete exercise sessions to groups with limited individual interaction. Individuals who specialise in Gym Instruction provide individually tailored client assessments, provide technique correction as needed, and develop and demonstrate programs. They also provide supervision of a facility or service, keep equipment clean, tidy and well maintained, and handle various customer inquiries. No occupational licensing, certification or specific legislative requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.

Certificate II in Computer Assembly and Repair

Course code: UEE20511

Before you enrol in this course you must contact the campus or campuses of your choice for details of information sessions and other procedures that may apply. Compulsory attendance at an information session may apply. This course is for those who want to work in the computer assembly and repair industry. You will learn how to select components and assemble computer to customer specifications and carry out routine hardware repairs (generally by replacement) of known faulty components following prescribed routines.

Statement of Attainment in Refrigeration-Air Conditioning - Service and Repair Ammonia Refrigeration Systems

Course code: UEESS00086

Before you enrol in this course you must contact the campus or campuses of your choice for details of information sessions and other procedures that may apply. Compulsory attendance at an information session may apply. The units of competency in this skill set will contribute to the completion of relevant Certificate III, Certificate IV, Diploma and Advanced Diploma qualifications from the UEE11 Electrotechnology Training Package. Please consult the packaging rules of the relevant qualification for further advice. Readers should ensure that they have also read the part of the Training Package that outlines licensing and regulatory requirements. This Skill Set from the UEE11 Electrotechnology Training Package meets the industry requirements for Service and Repair Ammonia Refrigeration Systems.

Certificate III in Arboriculture (Climbing)

Course code: AHC30816

This qualification provides occupation outcomes with a range of specialised knowledge and skills to undertake skilled work and as a pathway for further learning required for arborists in the arboriculture industry. Possible job titles relevant to this qualification include the general title Arborist, and the specialisation titles: - Climbing Arborist The qualification covers both ground-based workers and those working at heights.This qualification does not require a person to work at heights, however, units that include the skills and knowledge required to work at heights, both from an elevated work platform (EWP) and by climbing trees, are included as elective streams. The testamur issued for this qualification is to be titled AHC30815 Certificate III in Arboriculture (Climbing) This qualification is suitable for an Australian Apprenticeship. Occupational Licensing, legislative or certification requirements may apply to this qualification in some jurisdictions. Specific determination should be sought through the relevant State or Territory.

Certificate III in Polymer Processing

Course code: PMB30116

The PMB30116 Certificate III in Polymer Processing is intended for advanced operators who use production equipment to directly produce products. The operator will be able to apply theoretical and technical knowledge and well developed skills to undertake advanced operations and exercise judgement in areas such as start-up and shutdown procedures and quality assurance. The operator will be able to apply their knowledge to anticipate problems and to solve a range of routine and non-routine problems using product and process knowledge to develop solutions to problems which do not have a known solution or do not have a solution recorded in the procedures. This qualification applies to the production of a wide range of polymer products and components ranging from consumer products to components to be included in other commercial, industrial or consumer products. Products may be made from a wide range of natural and synthetic polymers covering thermoplastics as well as thermosetting polymers. Production may be long runs of standard products, short runs or one offs of specialised products. The qualification includes units of competency which are the beginning of the polymer technician stream and which contribute to a deeper knowledge of polymers and processes. For people who do not directly produce product but work in production support roles see MSM30116 Certificate III in Process Manufacturing. For people who require a more generalist qualification covering the application of good manufacturing practice and lean principles see MSS30316 Certificate III in Competitive Systems and Practices. There are no specific licenses that relate to this qualification. However, some units in this qualification may have licensing or regulatory requirements in some jurisdictions. Local regulations should be checked for details.

Certificate III in Water Industry Operations (Source)

Course code: NWP30215

This qualification reflects the specialisation Certificate III in Water Industry Operations (Source). The source specialisation covers the skills required to monitor, operate and maintain source operations. No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication. Additional qualification advice Where a defined specialisation is completed as listed below, the resultant testamur can be titled: Certificate III in Water Industry Operations (field of study) e.g. Certificate III in Water Industry Operations (Networks). This qualification reflects the networks specialisation

TAFE Plus Statement in Basic Barista Skills

Course code: 164-27463V01

The Basic Barista Skills course is designed to give participants the necessary skills and knowledge to prepare and serve coffee using an espresso machine in a variety of hospitality settings. This is non accredited training. Students will learn to prepare the work area, advise customers, prepare and serve coffee and maintain the espresso machine. This course is designed for entry level training for coffee makers and others who are seeking work in a coffee service area. This is an ideal 'stepping stone' course to further students' knowledge about the industry. The hospitality industry offers a vast and exciting range of career opportunities at all levels.

Certificate II in Maritime Operations (Coxswain Grade 1 Near Coastal)

Course code: MAR20313

This qualification is suitable for people who work as a Coxswain Grade 1 Near Coastal in the maritime industry and: - Command a commercial marine vessel that is up to 12 metres in length with propulsion power that is unlimited for an outboard engine or up to 500 kw for an inboard engine; - Carry passengers on a vessel for inshore or as a tender or auxiliary vessel within 3 nautical miles (nm) of a parent vessel within the exclusive economic zone (EEZ).

Certificate IV in Floristry

Course code: SFL40115

This qualification reflects the role of skilled senior florists who use a range of highly developed floristry skills to design, construct and sell a diverse range of complex floristry products. These individuals have substantial depth of knowledge of construction techniques and floristry design elements and principles. They work independently and many florists at this level have supervisory responsibilities to plan, monitor and evaluate the work of team members. Some senior florists take a lead role in coordinating the day-to-day operational and business activities of small floristry businesses. This qualification provides a pathway to work as a senior florist in a diversity of floristry industry business types including retail floristry shops, studios and online floristry businesses. No occupational licensing, certification or specific legislative requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.

Certificate I in Skills for Vocational Pathways

Course code: FSK10213

This qualification is designed for individuals who need skills to prepare for a vocational pathway qualification or further foundation skills development. This qualification is suitable for individuals who require: - A prevocational pathway to employment and vocational training - Reading, writing, numeracy, oral communication and learning skills at Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF) Level 2 - Entry level digital technology and employability skills - Education, training and employment goals.

TAFE Statement in Introduction to Jewellery Making 2

Course code: 165-26496V01

Enhance the skills you acquired doing Introduction to Jewellery Making by enrolling in this second introductory course. You will have the opportunity to design and make a series of sterling silver rings. Designs are based on individual interpretation of a given theme. You will learn to generate innovative ideas which combine creativity with functionality. The course will further develop your sawing, filing and soldering skills. You will learn about hollow forming and hollow construction methods used for the production of the rings. You will also learn how to use polishing motors to finish off the objects you make. For this course you will need to provide your own precious metals and basic jewellery consumables. A list will be provided to you when you register for the course.

Certificate III in Carpentry

Course code: CPC30211

This course is for apprentices in the carpentry trade. You will learn the basic foundations and content to develop the skills and knowledge used in the building and construction industry to efficiently produce quality work. You will also learn about safe work practices and about the context of the building industry.

Diploma of Building and Construction (Building)

Course code: CPC50210

Would you like to further your career in the construction industry? The Diploma of Building and Construction will put you on the pathway for employment as a site manager or project This qualification is designed to meet the needs of builders, including selecting contractors, overseeing the work and its quality, and liaising with clients. The builder may also be the appropriately licensed person with responsibility under the relevant building licensing authority in the State or Territory. Builder licensing varies across States and Territories and additional requirements to attainment of this qualification may be required. The qualification has core unit of competency requirements that cover common skills for the construction industry. The construction industry strongly affirms that training and assessment leading to recognition of skills must be undertaken in a real or very closely simulated workplace environment and this qualification requires all included units of competency to be delivered in this context. Completion of the general induction training program specified by the National Code of Practice for Induction Training for Construction Work (ASCC 2007) is required before entering a construction work site. Achievement of unit CPCCOHS1001A covers this requirement. Additional units of competency may be required to meet builder registration requirements in various States and Territories.

Statement of Attainment in Licensing in Forklift

Course code: 163-52851V02

This unit of competence (TLILIC2001) specifies the outcomes required for the operation of a powered industrial truck equipped with a mast and an elevating load carriage to which is attached a pair of fork arms or other attachment, for licensing purposes. This will prepare the participant for their assessment. The national assessment is designed for users and operators of forklift trucks who wish to obtain a SafeWork NSW High Risk Work (HRW) license (LF). The following topics indicate the essential outcome requirements: - Planning Work - Conducting Routine Checks - Shifting Load - Shutting down and securing Forklift Truck

Certificate IV in Companion Animal Services

Course code: ACM40310

This course is for people wanting to build on their existing skills in the care of a variety of animals in a companion animal facility. It is also suitable for those already employed in small companion animal businesses. Job roles generally involve supervisory responsibility and include pet shop manager, companion animal behaviourist, animal groomer, kennel or cattery manager, animal shelter supervisor, mobile hydro-bath operator. This course enables you to build on your skills and knowledge for the care of companion animals and the operations of a companion animal facility. It is essential that whilst undertaking this course you have access to a companion animal workplace through either paid employment or significant periods of work placement or work experience. This will allow you to practise what you have learnt and increase your experience working with others in an animal care facility. By completing this course you will be able to manage compliance in the companion animal industry; monitor and maintain animal health and wellbeing; maintain work health and safety processes for the enterprise; and undertake business-related duties. There are several options to specialise including the care of specific species, operating hydro-bathing operations, preparing and delivering care education programs and animal training. Pathways from this course include graduate level study to provide advanced skills and knowledge for further advancement.

Statement of Attainment in Provide Emergency First Aid in Education and Care Settings

Course code: 561-16230V01

This course is for educators and support staff working or planning to work in education and care settings and who are required to respond to first aid emergencies, including asthmatic and anaphylactic emergencies. The course will enable you to be approved as meeting the regulatory requirements of the Education and Care Services National Regulations 2011 for an approved first aid qualification, approved anaphylaxis management training and approved emergency asthma management training. You will learn how to respond in an emergency situation, apply appropriate first aid procedures, communicate details of the incident and reflect on incident and own performance. When you finish this course you can undertake further First Aid training in other first aid related occupational courses. Advanced standing may be granted in courses where providing first aid in education and/or care settings is a part of the course. ENROLLING IN FIRST AID UNITS OF COMPETENCY ------------------------------------------ If you are seeking to enrol in a First Aid unit of competency you are advised that to complete the unit you must be able to perform basic life support skills, for example control bleeding and perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). If you have a disability that would prevent you from performing required basic life support skills you are advised that you will not be able to achieve the unit of competency. OTHER REQUIREMENTS WORK PLACEMENTS Many TAFE courses have a compulsory work placement component to assist you to apply your learning in a practical environment and you may be required to comply with some (or all) of the following. 1. HEALTH - NSW MINISTRY OF HEALTH - If you are over 18 you will be required to undertake a National Criminal Record Check. Visit: http://www.police.nsw.gov.au/about_us/structure/specialist_operations/forensic_ services/ criminal records section - You will be required to sign the NSW Health Student Under

TAFE Statement in HSC Studies

Course code: 357-19361V01

This course is for students who want to study for all or part of the NSW Higher School Certificate in an adult learning environment. Your study program will depend on your previous experience and the amount of time you can spend studying for the HSC. There is a broad range of general education and vocational HSC courses to choose from. The NSW Board of Studies Teaching and Educational Standards (BOSTES) has developed the HSC curriculum and is responsible for managing completion requirements including the final examinations. The BOSTES awards the HSC credential. HSC assessment results achieved in your TAFE study are reported by TAFE to the BOSTES as part of the minimum completion requirements for the HSC. The booklet 'Studying for the NSW Higher School Certificate' is available at the Board of Studies website. You can seek advice from TAFE NSW Course Information Officers at any campus and from TAFE NSW Counsellors. Vocational Courses Vocational courses are offered within the HSC and may lead to a vocational qualification, suitable for entry to further study and work. Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) The ATAR is used to determine entry to most university courses. You do not need an ATAR to continue your studies in TAFE NSW.

TAFE Statement in HSC Studies

Course code: 165-19361V01

This course is for students who want to study for all or part of the NSW Higher School Certificate in an adult learning environment. Your study program will depend on your previous experience and the amount of time you can spend studying for the HSC. There is a broad range of general education and vocational HSC courses to choose from. The NSW Board of Studies (BOS) has developed the HSC curriculum and is responsible for managing completion requirements including the final examinations. The BOS awards the HSC credential. HSC assessment results achieved in your TAFE study are reported by TAFE to the BOS as part of the minimum completion requirements for the HSC. The booklet 'Studying for the NSW Higher School Certificate' is available at the Board of Studies website. The booklet 'Higher School Certificate and Tertiary Preparation Programs in TAFE NSW 2006' is available at www.tafensw.edu.au/courses/about/preparation.htm. You can seek advice from TAFE NSW Course Information Officers at any campus and from TAFE NSW Counsellors. Vocational Courses Vocational courses are offered within the HSC and may lead to a vocational qualification, suitable for entry to further study and work. Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) The ATAR is used to determine entry to most university courses. You do not need an ATAR to continue your studies in TAFE NSW.

Certificate II in Construction

Course code: CPC20112

This qualification provides an occupational outcome and a range of support tasks applicable to a majority of construction work sites. The qualification has core units of competency that are required in many Certificate III qualifications. The elective options are structured to allow choice from a range of units aligned at Certificate III level and in total could provide meaningful credit in a construction industry Australian Apprenticeship. The construction industry strongly affirms that training and assessment leading to recognition of skills must be undertaken in a real or very closely simulated workplace environment and this qualification requires all units of competency to be delivered in this context. Completion of the general induction training program specified by the National Code of Practice for Induction Training for Construction Work (ASCC 2007) is required before entering a construction work site. Achievement of unit CPCCWHS1001 covers this requirement.

Diploma of Music Industry (Sound Production)

Course code: CUA50815

This qualification reflects the role of individuals who have a sound theoretical knowledge base and use a range of specialised, technical or managerial competencies to plan, carry out and evaluate their own work, and/or that of a team, in their chosen field in the music industry. This qualification provides for specialisation in Sound Production. To achieve this specialisation, the following additional packaging rules must be adhered to: * 6 elective units must be selected from Group B. Licensing/Regulatory Information National Standard for Licensing Persons Performing High Risk Work The National Standard for Licensing Persons Performing High Risk Work applies to persons performing dogging and rigging work. Completion of the following units is required for certification at either basic, intermediate or advanced levels: CPCCLDG3001A Licence to perform dogging CPCCLRG3001A Licence to perform rigging basic level CPCCLRG3002A Licence to perform rigging intermediate level CPCCLRG4001A Licence to perform rigging advanced level. National Code of Practice for Induction for Construction Work Sets and staging for some performances or events may fall within the definition of construction work. If so, people entering the construction site are required to complete the general induction training program specified by the National Code of Practice for Induction Training for Construction Work (Australian Safety Compensation Council, May 2007). Achievement of the unit CPCCOHS1001A Work safely in the construction industry from the CPC08 Construction, Plumbing and Services Training Package fulfils this requirement.

Certificate IV in Tertiary Preparation

Course code: 10224NAT

The Certificate IV in Tertiary Preparation is a Year 12 equivalent qualification with an emphasis on skill-based learning as well as discipline-specific content. It is a recognised tertiary entry qualification by the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC), NSW universities and some interstate universities. In addition, for Western Sydney University applicants, TPC graduates gaining TES scores of 168 out of 300 or above have guaranteed entry into many bachelor degree programs. Please go to http://www.westernsydney.edu.au/tertiaryeducationpathwaysandpartnerships/home/pathways_available/tertiary_preparation_certificate_tafensw for more information. Also, for Charles Sturt University applicants, TPC graduates gaining TES scores of 157 out of 300 or above have guaranteed entry into many bachelor degree programs. Please go to http://www.csu.edu.au/for/tafe-students1/credit/guaranteed-entry-for-tafe-graduates for more information. For other university entry, please contact the university for further details.

TAFE Statement in HSC Studies

Course code: 158-19361V01

This course is for students who want to study for all or part of the NSW Higher School Certificate in an adult learning environment. Your study program will depend on your previous experience and the amount of time you can spend studying for the HSC. There is a broad range of general education and vocational HSC courses to choose from. The NSW Board of Studies (BOS) has developed the HSC curriculum and is responsible for managing completion requirements including the final examinations. The BOS awards the HSC credential. HSC assessment results achieved in your TAFE study are reported by TAFE to the BOS as part of the minimum completion requirements for the HSC. You can seek advice from TAFE NSW Course Information Officers at any campus and from TAFE NSW Counsellors. Vocational Courses Vocational courses are offered within the HSC and may lead to a vocational qualification, suitable for entry to further study and work. Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR). The ATAR is used to determine entry to most university courses. You do not need an ATAR to continue your studies in TAFE NSW.

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