Access to Work and Training

Qualification Certificate I (NRT)
Course number 10443
National Code 10088NAT
Program area Vocational Access  
Duration (nominal hours) 360
This course replaced 9071 - Access to Work and Training
 

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Course overview

Course Description

This is an entry level course at AQF level 1, for people who want to
develop some employability skills to get a job or to go on to further
training. If you have experienced barriers or interruptions to education
due to cultural or language differences, poor health or isolation, this
may be the best course for you. When you enrol, a teacher will help you
determine the most appropriate level of training.

Career Opportunities

This course is a step in a series of courses to further training in
employability skills. It helps you go on to further training and to get a job.

Articulation

Pathways from this course include:
- employment, further education and training requiring reading, writing,
numeracy and learning skills at ACSF Levels 2 -3
- Training Package qualifications at AQF Levels 1 and 2
- Certificate II in Skills for Work and Study
- Certificate II in Skills for Work and Training.

Entry Requirements

 There are no entry requirements for this course.

 

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Course structure

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What you must do to complete the course

The course structure below shows what you must do to complete this course.
units/modules are arranged in groups and sometimes also in subgroups.
 
You must complete each group as specified as well as following the course
completion instructions.   If a course contains optional groups there will
statement at the top of the course indicating how many you must do.  At the
top of any group containing optional subgroups there will be a statement
saying how many you must do.
 
 
This course has been designed to reflect the requirements for 10088NAT
Certificate 1 in Access to Work and Training. The rules of the
qualification are set out below:
 
To be awarded a Certificate I in Access to Work and Training, competency
must be achieved in 260-360 hours of units of competency as specified
below:  

- Completion of one (1) core Unit of Competency from Group 1 (20 hours)
- Completion of at least 240 hours of elective Units of Competency as
specified below:
 
o Must include at least 160 hours of elective units of competency from
Group 2 - AEET Framework Units of Competency  as detailed below:
 
* Must include at least 120 hours from Subgroup 1- AEET  Level 1  Units
* Balance in hours (0-40 hours) of AEET elective units may be chosen from
Subgroup 1- AEET Level 1 units or Subgroup 2 - AEET Level 2 Units.
 
o The balance in hours of total elective units (0-80 hours) may be chosen
from:
Group 2 - Subgroup 1 - AEET  Level 1 units and/or
Group 3 - Training Package Units of Competency
 
 
This TAFE NSW course has been structured as follows:
 
A total one (1) core unit of competency and units to a value of at least
240 hours must be completed.
 
Group 1 - Core Units
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1 core unit must be completed.
 
Group 2 AEET Framework Electives
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Units to the value of at least 160 hours must be completed from the
following subgroups as specified below:
 
Subgroup 1 AEET Level 1 Units - at least 120 hours must be completed
Subgroup 2 AEET Level 2 Units - a maximum of 40 hours may be completed
 
Group 3 - Additional Electives - Training Package Units of Competency
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Unit to a maximum value of 80 hours may be selected from this group.
 
 
NOTES FOR STUDENTS
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1. LEARNER SUPPORT
Students who require support to meet their learning goals may co-enrol in
the Learner Support course (TAFE Course Number 9999). Talk to your teacher
think you may require learner support.
 
2. SELECTION OF ELECTIVES
Talk to your teacher and/or workplace trainer to ensure that your
combination of electives provides you with a suitable vocational outcome.
 
3. RECOGNITION
If you have completed other relevant training you may be eligible to have
units of competency from previous training counted towards completion for
this course. Talk to your teacher or workplace trainer if you think you
may be eligible for recognition for units previously completed.
 
4. PREREQUISITE UNITS
Some units in this course may have prerequisites that must be completed in
lower level qualification or selected as part of this course. Refer to the
Training Package or consult your teacher for information about
prerequisites to elective units.
 

Course Elective Completion:

At least 240 hours of elective module/units must be completed. These may be chosen from groups 2, 3

 
Group 1 CORE UNIT
All module/units must be completed
Modules/Units Name Hrs National Module(s)
NSWTPLG107A Plan for education and employment 20
 
Group 2 AEET FRAMEWORK ELECTIVE UNITS
All subgroups must be completed
At least 160 hours of module/units must be completed
Subgroup 1 AEET LEVEL 1 UNITS
At least 120 hours of module/units must be completed
Modules/Units Name Hrs National Module(s)
NSWTABL102B Investigate local Aboriginal community issues 36
NSWTABL103B Present information on the impact of invasion and colonisation of Australia 36
NSWTCOM101 Participate in small informal group discussions 20
NSWTCOM102B Communicate orally with others about routine matters 20
NSWTCOM103B Investigate forms of communication media 30
NSWTCOM106B Use basic information literacy 20
NSWTCOM111B Respond to signs and sources of conflict in everyday contexts 20
NSWTCOM116B Present information to a small group 20
NSWTDTY103B Access adaptive technology 30
NSWTINT102B Identify job opportunities 20
NSWTINT106B Plan for workplace change 30
NSWTLNG213B Use basic signed English to participate in a limited range of everyday exchanges 48
NSWTLRN102B Formulate an initial learning plan 20
NSWTLRN104B Identify link between current study and broader learning environment 20
NSWTLRN105B Apply learning strategies at work 20
NSWTLRN110A Investigate job and career pathways 20
NSWTLSG101B Listen and respond in everyday contexts 20
NSWTNMY113B Make informed personal financial decisions 40
NSWTNMY132A Use basic calculations 20
NSWTNMY133A Use basic measurement 20
NSWTNMY134A Read basic graphs, charts and tables 20
NSWTPBL101B Use basic problem solving strategies 20
NSWTPLG101B Gather, organise and record information 20
NSWTPLG102B Organise a meeting 20
NSWTPLG103 Plan a short project 20
NSWTPLG104B Review a short project 20
NSWTPLG105B Carry out a short project 20
NSWTPSS103B Respond to common accidents 20
NSWTPSS104B Demonstrate awareness of workplace safety issues and processes 20
NSWTPSS105B Use workplace texts related to safety 30
NSWTPSS106 Use foundation skills for driver education 20
NSWTRDG111A Identify and use literacy for vocational and community engagement 15
NSWTRDG113A Use reading skills 30
NSWTSFM101B Use effective personal presentation skills 20
NSWTSFM102B Prepare and write job application documents 20
NSWTSFM103B Prepare for an interview 20
NSWTSFM105B Identify job opportunities and training pathways 20
NSWTSFM111B Prepare for skills recognition 30
NSWTSFM202B Participate in work experience 30
NSWTSPG101B Speak clearly in everyday contexts 20
NSWTSPG102B Give and respond to instructions in everyday contexts 20
NSWTSUS101B Engage with a socially diverse environment in everyday contexts 20
NSWTSUS102A Participate in a vocational learning environment 50
NSWTSUS103A Plan for personal sustainability 20
NSWTSUS106A Plan for community engagement 20
NSWTSUS107A Participate in a community project 30
NSWTSUS109A Identify strategies for lifelong learning 20
NSWTSUS110A Contribute to group goal setting 30
NSWTSUS111A Access a community learning group 40
NSWTSUS115 Investigate environmentally sustainable practices in a range of contexts 10
NSWTSUS116A Investigate sustainable household energy use 10
NSWTSUS118A Prepare healthy basic foods to support personal sustainability 30
NSWTTCH102 Apply skills to use emerging technology 20
NSWTTCH103B Use everyday technology 20
NSWTTCH106B Prepare for word processing 25
NSWTTCH107B Prepare to use email 25
NSWTTCH110A Prepare to use a simple spreadsheet 25
NSWTTMW102B Identify basic teamwork skills 20
NSWTWMN101B Plan strategies to access work and education for women 36
NSWTWMN102B Identify factors which impact on the lives of women 20
NSWTWTG112A Use writing skills 30
 
Subgroup 2 AEET LEVEL 2 UNITS
A maximum of 40 hours of module/units may be completed
Modules/Units Name Hrs National Module(s)
NSWTCOM206B Record routine written information 20
NSWTCOM213B Use negotiation skills in routine contexts 20
NSWTLSG201B Listen and respond in a range of contexts 20
NSWTPLG201B Source and organise information for a purpose 20
NSWTSPG203B Deliver an informal presentation 20
NSWTTCH202B Communicate using emerging technologies 20
 
Group 3 ADDITIONAL ELECTIVES - TRAINING PACKAGE UNITS OF COMPETENCY
A maximum of 80 hours of module/units may be completed
Modules/Units Name Hrs National Module(s)
ACMGAS201A Work in the animal care industry 20
ACMGAS204A Feed and water animals 20
ACMGAS206A Provide basic first aid for animals 20
ACMOHS201A Participate in occupational health and safety processes 20
AHCINF202A Install, maintain and repair fencing 20
AHCLSC101A Support landscape work 20
AHCMOM101A Assist with routine maintenance of machinery and equipment 20
AHCNSY101A Support nursery work 20
AHCNSY203A Undertake propagation activities 20
AHCOHS201A Participate in OHS processes 20
AHCPGD101A Support gardening work 20
AHCPGD201A Plant trees and shrubs 20
AHCPGD202A Prepare and maintain plant displays 20
AHCPHT101A Support horticultural production 20
AHCTRF202A Prepare turf surfaces for play 30
AHCWRK204A Work effectively in the industry 20
AURASA2002 Apply safe working practices in an automotive workplace 12
AURETR1001 Remove and tag automotive electrical system components 18
AURVTN2008 Clean vehicle body and door cavities 16
AURVTP2003 Prepare spray painting materials and equipment 32
AURVTT2008 Clean and finish vehicle interior trim and seats 20
BSBADM101A Use business equipment and resources 15
BSBCMM101A Apply basic communication skills 20
BSBIND201A Work effectively in a business environment 20
BSBINM202A Handle mail 15
BSBITU101A Operate a personal computer 20
BSBITU102A Develop keyboard skills 30
BSBITU201A Produce simple word processed documents 40
BSBITU202A Create and use spreadsheets 25
BSBLED101A Plan skills development 20
BSBWHS201A Contribute to health and safety of self and others 20
BSBWOR204A Use business technology 20
CPCCBL2001A Handle and prepare bricklaying and blocklaying materials 40
CPCCBL2002A Use bricklaying and blocklaying tools and equipment 40
CPCCCM1015A Carry out measurements and calculations 36
CPCCCM2005B Use construction tools and equipment 40
CPCCCO2013A Carry out concreting to simple forms 20
CPCCOHS1001A Work safely in the construction industry 6
CPCCOHS2001A Apply OHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry 16
CPCCVE1011A Undertake a basic construction project 40
CUVCER201A Develop ceramic skills 50
CUVDRA201A Develop drawing skills 50
CUVJWL201A Develop jewellery-making skills 36
CUVPAI201A Develop painting skills 75
CUVPRI201A Develop printmaking skills 75
CUVPRP101A Use ideas and techniques for creative work 30
CUVSCU201A Develop sculptural skills 50
FNSFLT202A Develop and use a savings plan 20
ICAICT103A Use, communicate and search securely on the internet 30
ICAICT106A Operate presentation packages 15
LMFFF1001B Complete a basic furniture finishing product 50
LMFSF1001B Produce basic soft furnishing accessories 50
LMFSF2002B Machine sew materials 40
LMFSF2003B Machine sew using specific techniques 40
LMFUP2001B Use upholstery sector hand and power tools 40
LMTCL1001B Produce a simple garment 37
LMTCL2001B Use a sewing machine 12
LMTCL2003B Identify fibres and fabrics 18
MEM18001C Use hand tools 18
MSAPMOHS100A Follow OHS procedures 20
MSAPMOPS101A Make measurements 20
MSAPMSUP106A Work in a team 10
SFLSOP205A Display and merchandise floristry stock 30
SFLSOP306A Provide quality service to floristry customers 30
SIBXFAS201A Design and apply make-up 40
SIRXCCS201 Apply point-of-sale handling procedures 20
SIRXCCS202 Interact with customers 20
SIRXCLM101 Organise and maintain work areas 10
SIRXICT001A Operate retail technology 20
SIRXIND101 Work effectively in a customer service environment 20
SIRXMER201 Merchandise products 20
SIRXRSK001A Minimise theft 10
SIRXSLS201 Sell products and services 20
SIRXWHS101 Apply safe work practices 15
SITHACS101 Clean premises and equipment 15
SITHACS202 Prepare rooms for guests 25
SITHCCC102 Prepare simple dishes 70
SITHCCC103 Prepare sandwiches 6
SITHCCC201 Produce dishes using basic methods of cookery 45
SITHFAB203 Prepare and serve non-alcoholic beverages 20
SITHFAB204 Prepare and serve espresso coffee 30
SITHKOP101 Clean kitchen premises and equipment 6
SITXCCS303 Provide service to customers 20
SITXCOM201 Show social and cultural sensitivity 15
SITXEVT302 Process and monitor event registrations 20
SITXFSA101 Use hygienic practices for food safety 15
SITXINV202 Maintain the quality of perishable items 6
SITXWHS101 Participate in safe work practices 12
TLIA2011A Package goods 22
TLIA2013A Receive goods 22
TLIA2021A Despatch stock 22
TLID1001A Shift materials safely using manual handling methods 8
TLID1002A Shift a load using manually-operated equipment 22
TLIF1001A Follow occupational health and safety procedures 22
 

Requirements to receive the qualification

To achieve 10088NAT Certificate I in Access to Work and Training (TAFE NSW
course 10443), learners are required to complete units of competency as follows:
 
- 1 core unit from Group 1
- at least 240 hours of elective units, including
- at least 160 hours from Group 2, which includes
- at least 120 hours from Subgroup 1
- the balance (i.e. 0-40 hours) may be selected from the remaining units in
either Subgroup 1 or Subgroup 2.
- the balance to complete the required 240 hours (i.e. 0-80 hours), may be
selected from the remaining units in Group 2, Subgroup 1 and/or Group 3.

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