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Before you enrol in this course you must contact the campus or campuses of yourchoice for details of information sessions and other procedures that may apply.Compulsory attendance at an information session may apply.This course is for those working as engineering technologists in the electronicsand communications industry.You will learn how to design and validate/evaluate electronics and communicationequipment and systems, manage risk, estimate and manage projects and providetechnical advice / sales.
Continue your journey in the Community Services sector with the Diploma of Alcohol and Other Drugs.A nationally recognised qualification, this diploma course provides health workers with high-level specialist knowledge to provide counselling and referral services to clients with alcohol and other drugs issues. You will learn about:- Laws that affect your clients- The range of services available to the community- Health issues related to the use and misuse of alcohol and other drugsThe Diploma of Alcohol and Other Drugs can lead to careers as a:- Alcohol and Other Drugs Community Rehabilitation Worker- Community Rehabilitation and Support Worker- Mental Health Outreach Worker- Drug and Alcohol Community Support Worker- Outreach Officer (Alcohol and Other Drugs)- Youth Alcohol and Other Drugs WorkerWhen you study at TAFE NSW you will learn from experts in this important field. TAFE NSW works closely with renowned organisations such as Mission Australia, Lifeline and Anglicare to make sure you qualify industry and job ready.
Do you love everything beauty? Are you good with your hands and enjoy interacting with people? Our Diploma of Beauty Therapy could be the perfect course for you.This nationally recognised course will equip you with an in depth understanding and knowledge of a wide range of beauty therapy treatments and services.You will learn to:- Advise clients on beauty treatments and products- Apply cosmetic tan- Give body massages and treatments- Provide lash, brow and waxing services- Design and apply make-upOur Diploma of Beauty Therapy focuses on developing practical skills so you are ready to follow your passion and launch your career as a qualified beauty therapist.
This qualification provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to be competent in designing, developing and refining digital media technologies as an independent information and communications technology (ICT) specialist or as part of a team. It provides the opportunity to work in new and emerging digital media technology areas, such as online, and interactive design and development, and with tools and equipment, such as software, Web 2 tools, technologies and mobile devices.Licensing/Regulatory InformationNo licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.
This qualification provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to be competent in a variety of skill areas within the digital and interactive games industry. It provides an opportunity to develop the design, graphic/digital media and programming skills required in the development of digital games briefs, either as a small independent specialist or as part of a larger team. The qualification also provides opportunities to work in new and emerging games genres, such as online game development, mobile device gaming, interactive internet and TV game development.Licensing/Regulatory InformationNo licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.
If you are good at solving complex technical problems, have patience and excellent organisational skills, then a Diploma in Information Technology Networking could advance your career as a Network Manager or Network Engineer.Our state-of-the-art facilities will give you access to cutting-edge technologies and hands-on, practical learning experiences that will help you master advanced networking skills, such as:- ICT architectural design- Monitoring and troubleshooting virtual computing environments- Designing, building and testing network serversA Diploma in Information Technology Networking will set you up for a great career that is:- Always evolving- Never boring- In demand- Sits across all sectors
Ready for the next chapter in your career? The Diploma in Library and Information Services will give you the skills and knowledge to:- Identify and resolve client ICT problems- Monitor compliance with copyright and licence requirements- Develop and promote activities, events and public programs - Consolidate and maintain industry knowledgeTAFE NSW teachers are experts in the field and will share their years of experience with you. Graduates of the Diploma of Library and Information Services go onto rewarding roles as a:- Small Museum Manager - Gallery Manager- Library Technician- Cultural Centre Director Talk to us today about your career goals and we will help you understand the study options available to you.
Study the Diploma of Mental Health and put yourself into a position to make a profound difference in the lives of Australians who experience mental illness. This online Diploma is a nationally recognised qualification, and will teach you the in-depth, specialist knowledge you need to provide mental health services to your clients. Our expert teachers will demonstrate how you can provide counselling and advocacy and education services, plus recognise the laws affecting people with mental health issues, as well as understand the range of services that are available. To make it even easier to fit study into your life, the Diploma of Mental Health is a fully online qualification. The Diploma in Mental Health can lead to a rewarding career as a:- Mental Health WorkerTo graduate you must complete least 160 hours of work as detailed in the Assessment Requirements of units of competency.
Are you ready to get qualified? The Diploma of Software Development will provide you with the skills and knowledge you need for a lasting career in programming and software development. You will learn:- The software development lifecycle- How to create and test software programs using various programming languages and tools- How to design and develop web-related products and applications- How to contribute to copyright, ethics and privacy in an IT environmentGraduates of the Diploma of Software Development go onto work in roles such as: - Analyst Programmer Support- Assistant Programming Developer- Assistant Software Applications Programmer- Assistant Software Developer- Database Support Programmer- Web Support ProgrammerThis course can be completed full-time at one of our state-of-the-art campuses. Talk to us today about your study options and career goals.
You will be a guiding voice for the rights and wellbeing of younger Australians when you study the Diploma of Youth Work.This nationally recognised qualification is designed by industry professionals and centres around developing programs and services to engage young people.The programs you design will address the complexities of being a young Australian today including social, behavioural, health, welfare and developmental needs. You will learn how to work effectively with young people and their families, participate in work health and safety, analyse the impacts of sociological factors on your clients and support young people to take collective action.TAFE NSW expert teachers are there to support you through your studies and have the industry connections you need to ensure a long and successful career in this satisfying industry.The Diploma in Youth Work can lead to a rewarding career as a:- Case Manager- Youth Services Coordinator- Senior Case Worker- Senior Youth Worker- Youth Work Team Leader
Learn the skills to guide people through recovery when you study the Certificate IV in Alcohol and Other Drugs.This nationally recognised qualification will give you the skills to work in areas such as community-based organisations, withdrawal services, residential rehabilitation services and outreach services.Specifically, you will learn how to:- Work with diverse people- Build relationships- Develop treatment plans- Provide interventions- Assess co-existing needsPlus, our teachers are seasoned professionals who will share their knowledge in this important area of community health.At TAFE NSW we work closely with renowned organisations such as Mission Australia, Lifeline and Anglicare to make sure our graduates are industry and job ready.
Are you a beautician who would like to enhance your skills? Learn how to provide advanced beauty therapy treatments with the nationally recognised Certificate IV in Beauty Therapy. This course focuses on a variety of aesthetic needs and you will learn a range of treatments such as:- Facial Massage- Lash and Brow Treatments- Nail Technology Services- Make-Up- Waxing- Body Massage - AromatherapyYou will learn from expert, industry-experienced teachers, graduate with confidence, and be equipped to build your career as a freelance beauty therapist or salon beauty therapist. We will ensure you learn the latest techniques while gaining practical skills on real clients in our purpose-built simulated salons and real-world facilities.
If you are driven by a passion to create delicacies in the kitchen, then a rewarding career as a Chef or Chef de Partie could be your professional calling.The Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery will give you a wide range of skills, so you can perfect your signature cooking style. TAFE NSW industry connected teachers will build on your existing culinary skills and teach you the science of preparing beautiful and delicious dishes.You will learn how to:- Prepare a wide range of kitchen staples from stocks, sauces and soups to cakes, pastries and breads- Prepare food to meet special dietary requirements and to plan and cost menusLet us introduce you to a few of the successful chefs who have graduated from TAFE NSW:- Matt Moran- Ed Halmagyi (Fast Ed)- Giovanni Pilu- Tom WaltonCould you be next? Call us today.
This qualification provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to be competent in supporting the design, development and programming of basic digital games briefs as part of a larger development team. The qualification has a small suite of core units with an opportunity to select units from specialist groups of electives across the different artistic or programming fields of the industry. Licensing/Regulatory InformationNo licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.
Want to take your career further in the engineering sector? The Certificate IV in Engineering will give you the skills and knowledge to step up in this exciting industry.Our nationally recognised course has been designed by engineering professionals to make sure you graduate job-ready. You will learn:- How to create drawings and specifications (from engineering components to large structures)- Hand sketching- Advanced Computer Aided Design (CAD)- 3D modellingYou can also choose from streams like engineering drawing, math and specialised CAD operations.Our graduates go onto careers as a:- Engineering Tradesperson- Advanced Engineering TradespersonPlus, if you have successfully achieved competency in the following study, you may be eligible for credit:- MEM30505 Certificate III in Engineering â Technical- MSA30208 Certificate III in Manufacturing Technology- Other relevant qualificationsTalk to our customer service experts about the options available to you.
Do you need to improve your English language skills for further study? The Certificate IV in English for Academic Purposes is a nationally recognised course to help improve your English language and better your experience at English-speaking academic institutions.In this course you will learn the English language skills and the cultural knowledge needed to participate in study beyond the level of HSC.The Certificate IV in English for Academic Purposes works to develop academic literacy and to develop proficiency in English to a Level 3+ on the International Second Language Proficiency Ratings (ISLPR) scale. The ISLPR scale refers to this level as Basic Vocational Proficiency Plus.The Certificate IV in English for Academic Purposes will help you achieve your study goals.
The nationally recognised Certificate IV in Hospitality has been designed to prepare hospitality professionals for supervisory roles in restaurants, hotels, motels, coffee shops, pubs and more.You will learn how to:- Lead and manage people- Monitor work operations- Provide advice on food and beverage matching- Work effectively in hospitality service- Enhance customer service experiencesPlus, you can multi-skill and specialise in:- Accommodation services- Food and beverage- GamingGraduates of the Certificate IV in Hospitality go onto in-demand careers, such as:- Bar Supervisor or Team Leader- Concierge- Duty Manager- Food and Beverage Supervisor or Team Leader- Front Office Supervisor or Team Leader- Housekeeping Supervisor or Team Leader- Gaming Supervisor or Team Leader- Shift ManagerReady for your next career move? Enrol today.
Learn about the latest IT technologies from leading industry experts and be in demand in the fast-growing IT sector with a Certificate IV in Information Technology Networking.TAFE NSW teachers have strong industry connections, hands-on practical experience and are ready to pass their knowledge and skills on to you.You will learn how to:- Determine and confirm client business requirements- Install and manage small-scale networks- Operate and troubleshoot a small enterprise branch network- Manage network and data integrity- Install and configure virtual machines for sustainable ICTWhatever industry you see in your professional future, the Certificate IV in Information Technology Networking has a range of elective units that will give you a unique competitive edge for a career as a:- Network Manager- Network Technician- Network Administrator (IT)- Network Operator
Every year almost one in every five Australians will experience a mental illness. If you are looking for a career where you can make a profound difference to the one in five and to your community, the Certificate IV in Mental Health is for you.In this nationally recognised qualification you will learn to support people who have been impacted by mental illness and psychiatric disability. You will develop skills in self-awareness, understanding diversity, providing recovery oriented mental health services, facilitating interventions for people with dependency issues and promoting self-advocacy.To make it even easier to study at TAFE NSW, we have developed a range of study options for you to choose from. Now you can study online, on campus, part-time or full-time, day or evening â making study suit your lifestyle.The Certificate IV in Mental Health can lead to a rewarding career as a:- Community Rehabilitation and Support Worker- Mental Health Intake Officer- Mental Health Outreach Worker
Are you a qualified plumber or gas fitter looking to expand your technical skills? TAFE NSW's Certificate IV in Plumbing and Services (Operations stream) will teach you to design and size sanitary and stormwater drainage systems, domestic treatment plant disposal systems, consumer gas installations, roof drainage systems, sanitary plumbing systems, and heated and cold water services and systems.This specialist plumbing training will also advance your skills in the reading and interpretation of plans and specifications, the identification of hazards and WHS risks, the carrying out of work-based risk control processes, and the estimation and costing of work. You will qualify for lucrative work as a specialist plumbing contractor or hydraulic designer.
Are you a self-confessed computer "geek" who loves all aspects of information technology? Are you looking to break into the IT industry?The Certificate IV in Programming is a nationally recognised course for people just like you and can lead to careers like systems analyst and website administrator.In this course you will learn how to develop basic programming skills in the most widely used programming languages. And you will be taught by industry experts which means you can be sure you are learning the most up-to-date practices, policies and ideas.You will learn how to: - Build user interfaces- Configure and maintain databases- Contribute to copyright, ethics and privacy in an ICT environment- Develop and presenting feasibility reports- Maintain open source code programs- Use online learning tools to write script for software applications
You will be an advocate for the rights and wellbeing of younger Australians when you graduate from the Certificate IV in Youth Work.This nationally recognised qualification has been designed by industry professionals to prepare you to develop and facilitate programs that make a difference in the lives of young people. The programs you will learn to design will address the social, behavioural, health, welfare and protection needs of the younger community and include community-based initiatives.Your dedicated teachers will pass on the skills and knowledge developed from over 120 years of practical experience, to give you a competitive edge and be in demand in your youth work career.The Certificate IV in Youth Work can lead to careers as a:- Community Care Worker- Juvenile Justice Officer- Neighbourhood Centre Worker- Youth Housing Support Worker
Are your English skills preventing you from getting your dream job or studying a course? TAFE NSW Certificate III in Advanced English for Further Study can help you achieve your goals. When you complete this nationally recognised qualification you will:- Reach Level 3 in English Language Skills on the International Second Language Proficiency Rating (ILSPR) scale- Learn to speak English in social, professional and business settings- Be eligible for entry to TAFE NSW courses requiring an International English Language Testing System (IELTS) level of 5.5. This is also the minimum entry level to undergraduate university degree programsOur English language courses are practical, interactive and structured to meet the most essential needs of second language learners. The focus is on developing language skills to use in authentic, every day ways. Our expert teachers will also support you to develop pathways to work and study.There are no prerequisites for the Certificate III in Advanced English for Further Study but you should have a minimum language level of ILSPR 2+, IELTS 5 or CEFR B1+ in speaking, reading, listening and writing.
Are you an Automotive Apprentice? The Certificate III in Automotive Electrical Technology is the course for you. This nationally recognised qualification is designed to teach Automotive Apprentices the theory and skills needed to service, diagnose and repair electrical systems in a range of vehicles. You will learn to diagnose and repair:- Charging systems, starting systems and ignition systems- Compression ignition engine management systems- Spark ignition engine management systemsPlus, you will learn how to test, charge and replace batteries, jump start vehicles and install ancillary electronic systems and components.Our teachers are industry professionals who will share their experience in the automotive industry to give you a competitive edge in the market. Talk to us today about your study options.
Rev up your automotive sales career with the Certificate III in Automotive Sales. Designed and taught by industry experts, you will gain the skills and knowledge needed to become the best car, motorcycle or farm machinery salesperson you can be.You will learn a range of skills, including how to:- Sell and promote products and services- Comply with legal requirements- Conduct online salesYou can also take electives in areas such as parts interpreting, visual merchandising and maintaining financial records. Completion of this course will allow you to seek employment in any automotive sales related role.This nationally recognised qualification offers flexible delivery options and allows for Australian Apprenticeships and Traineeships.
If you are artistic, confident and have a passion for beauty, then a Certificate III in Beauty Services is the pathway to a career that will inspire you.TAFE NSW state-of-the-art facilities provide you with an industry-standard learning environment that will give you job ready skills. You will learn a wide range of beauty disciplines including make-up artistry, tanning, skincare, nails, waxing, lash and brow beauty therapy and how to apply safe hygiene, health and work practices.You will also develop your ability to consult with clients and develop your own unique, artistic style, while being sensitive to the different aesthetic needs and requirements of individual clients. Past students have gone on to find career success as:- Nail Technicians- Beauty Therapists- Brow Artists- Make-up Artists
If you would describe yourself as a people person, pride yourself on your warm and welcoming personality and are a great communicator, then a Certificate III in Business Administration is the perfect start to a people-facing role such as:- Logistics Clerk- Waste Management Administration Clerk- Office Administrator Assistant- Fee OfficerTAFE NSW strong industry connections could help you find employment in Australia's thriving business environment. You will learn to contribute to the health and safety of yourself and others. The remainder of your practical learning will be dictated by your individual goals as you choose from elective units across finance, technology, writing for business, process management, risk management and more.
Are you a warm and empathetic person with a methodical, process driven mind? A Certificate III in Business Administration (Medical) could lead to rewarding career at the administration side of the medical industry.TAFE NSW's teachers have years of hands-on industry experience in working clinics and practices to ensure you receive the most up-to-date technical skill. You will learn basic administrative tasks, interpret and apply medical terminology, prepare and maintain medical accounts and medical records, and apply principles of confidentiality and security, in a medical environment. Whether you want to work directly with patients or behind the scenes, a Certificate III in Business Administration (Medical) is a great step towards a career as a:- Medical Secretary- Clinical Coding Clerk- Medical Records Officer- Medical Receptionist
Add the Certificate III in Commercial Cookery to your passion for customer service and cooking, and you have got the perfect recipe for career success.In this cooking course you will learn skills in kitchen operations, food preparation, hygiene and food safety. You will learn how to plan and create beautiful food. Our campuses are equipped with restaurant-standard kitchens and bakeries. Some have wine cellars and on-campus restaurants to help you get the competitive edge and ensure your training is linked to real-world career outcomes from fine-dining restaurants to caterers to food trucks to cafes.Commercial Cookery could be for you if you:- Enjoy working in fast-paced environments- Have good time management skills- Enjoy working in a team- Like creating in the kitchen
The Certificate III in Electronics and Communication is a nationally recognised qualification for those who work in the electronics trade industry.You will learn how to select, install, test, fault find, repair and maintain electronic equipment and devices at component/sub-assembly level across:- Communications- AudioThe Certificate III in Electronics and Communications is a nationally recognised qualification for those who work in the electronics trade industry.You will learn to select, install, set up, test, fault find, repair and maintain electronic equipment and devices at component/sub-assembly level with options in: - Communications- Audio- Video and TV- Personal computer and networks- Security and custom installations This qualification can lead to a career working with: - Electronics Equipment - Security Systems - Gaming Electronics- Custom Electronics Installations- Communications ElectronicsIf you are an Apprentice in electronics and communications, the Certificate III in Electronics and Communications is the course for you.
If you are hard wired to be an electrician, the Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician is made for you. This nationally recognised qualification is available to apprentices and potential apprentices and leads to a career as a general electrician or electrical tradesperson.You will learn your trade from innovative, industry-connected teachers who are committed to your success. When you complete you will have developed skills in:- Connecting electrical control circuits- Wiring systems and cables for low voltage general electrical installations- Solving problems in electrical devices and related circuits.To make it even easier to study at TAFE NSW, we have developed a range of study options for you to choose from. Now you can study online, on campus at one of over 130 locations, part-time or full-time, day or evening and make your study suit you.--- 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.
Do you consider yourself a problem solver, do you love working hands-on with metal? The Certificate III in Engineering - Fabrication Trade (Heavy Fabrication) will provide industry recognised skills for work as an Engineering Tradesperson. You will learn about workplace communication, occupational health and safety, quality procedures, systems and planning. You will also learn how to create technical drawings, handle metal, use mechanical and thermal cutting tools and how to shape finish and weld metal, using workshop machines, hand and power tools.Successful completion of the Certificate III in Engineering - Fabrication Trade (Heavy Fabrication) enhances your employment opportunities if you are seeking an Apprenticeship or Traineeship in the Engineering trade, as a Metal Fabricator or Welder, in industries such as heavy transport, mining, ship building or bridge building.
Do you consider yourself a problem solver, do you love working hands-on with metal? The Certificate III in Engineering - Fabrication Trade (Light Fabrication) will provide industry recognised skills for work as an Engineering Tradesperson. You will learn about workplace communication, occupational health and safety, quality procedures, systems and planning, engineering measurement, computation and computer technology. You will also learn how to work with light metal fabrications, use workshop machines, hand and power tools, sheet and plate assembly, tungsten arc welding, silver soldering, thermal cutting, measuring and technical drawing. Successful completion of the Certificate III in Engineering - Fabrication Trade (Light Fabrication) enhances your employment opportunities if you are seeking an Apprenticeship or Traineeship in the Engineering trade as a Sheet Metal Worker or Roof Plumber in industries such as mining or construction.
You will learn from innovative, industry-connected engineering teachers and be in demand in one of Australiaâs fast-growing industries. Develop skills and knowledge in the design, assembly, manufacture, installation, modification, testing, fault finding, commissioning, maintenance and service of: - Mechanical equipment- Machinery- Fluid power systems- Stationary and mobile equipment- Instruments, refrigeration and computer-controlled machine toolsOur Certificate III Engineering - Mechanical Trade graduates go onto a wide range of career areas, including: - Electro-technology - Mechanical engineering - Oil and gas drilling - Electricity generation operations
Are you ready to start a career as a Technical Engineer? This Certificate III course will give you the foundation you need to begin a career in this exciting field. You will learn how to provide technical support in mechanical engineering design, operations and maintenance and acquire workplace-ready skills in:- Technical drawing- Computer aided drafting- Materials testing- Hand tools - Measuring- Systems and planning- Workplace communication- Quality procedures - Occupational health and safetySuccessful completion of the Certificate III in Engineering - Technical can enhance your employment opportunities if you are seeking an Apprenticeship or Traineeship in the Engineering trade.Talk to us today about the study options available to you.
Improve your English, play an active role in your community and open up your opportunities for further study when you enrol in the Certificate III in English for Further Study course.When you complete this nationally recognised qualification you will:- Reach Level 2+ in English Language Skills on the International Second Language Proficiency Rating (ILSPR) scale- Join informal conversations and communicate your needs both socially and at work- Be eligible for entry to TAFE NSW courses requiring an International English Language Testing System (IELTS) level of 5TAFE NSW English language courses are practical, interactive and structured to meet the most essential needs of second language learners. Our expert teachers focus on growing your English language skills in real life, every day situations so that you graduate with confidence.---There are no prerequisites for the Certificate III in English for Further Study but you should have a minimum language level of ISLPRÃÂ® 2, IELTS 4.5 or CEFR B1 in speaking, reading, listening and writing. You should also have an idea of your study and career pathways and be available for an interview before you enrol.
If being creative while helping people feel confident about themselves appeals to you, then an in demand career in hairdressing could be your path to career fulfilment.TAFE NSW teachers have the best industry connections and will teach you the most relevant, in demand techniques in our state-of-the art learning facilities. You will learn to:- Cut- Colour- Correct- Design your clientsÃ¢â¬â¢ hairThe course also covers skills in salon financial transactions and developing and expanding your client base. Whether you are interested in managing your own salon or working alongside a skilled team, the Certificate III in Hairdressing will make you a cut above the rest.
The Certificate III in Hospitality is your ideal entry into the booming and exciting Australian food and the hospitality industry.This nationally recognised qualification will teach you the critical skills you need to work across a variety of roles in accommodation services, food and beverage and gaming. Plus, you will learn the essentials how to handle food safely, make coffee and cocktails, serve customers and provide table service.Our state-of-the-art facilities include cafes and training restaurants that are open to the public, so you will get first-hand experience to be job ready.The Certificate III in Hospitality can lead to a rewarding career as a:- Function Host- Gaming Attendant- Hotel Front Desk Receptionist- Restaurant Host- Senior Bar Attendant- BaristaHospitality is more than a casual weekend job. It is an industry that is thriving, and a career that can take you all over the world.
If using your interpersonal and technical skill in your day-to-day job appeals to you, then a career in IT Helpdesk Support could be the path for you.The Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology will be your first step into a range of exciting career options, such as:- Client Support Officer- IT Technician- Customer Service Representative (ICT)- User Support SpecialistYour professional teachers have at least five years of industry experience and will teach you the latest skills and techniques to allow you to: - Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices- Work and communicate effectively in an ICT environment- Create user documentation- Run standard diagnostic tests - Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practicesAn exciting and rewarding career in this in demand profession awaits - enrol today.
Are you passionate about literature, working with the general public and encouraging readers to get lost in a good book? The Certificate III in Library and Information Services is an excellent pathway to a rewarding library career. You will learn essential skills such as:- Information literacy - how to identify fake news- Customer service- Teamwork- WHS legislation- Circulation and using computers and other electronic devices in a library environmentDepending on where you do this course, there will be a range of other skills you can choose. Graduates from the Certificate III in Library and Information Services are in a good position to find work as Library Assistants.This library courses has flexible study options, and this may also allow for Traineeships.
Does the sound of a revving engine set your heart racing? A Certificate III in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology could lead you to an exciting career as a Motor Mechanic.TAFE NSW's state-of-the-art facilities will give you the practical skills you need to be in demand in this fast growing industry. You will develop the skills to:- Diagnose and repair electrical or electronic systems- Test and repair of light vehicle mechanical systems, brakes, transmissions and cooling systemsYou will also learn how to discuss technical issues with customers in a language that they will understand, and essential Work Health and Safety practices in the workplace. What kind of students pursue a career as a Motor Mechanic?- Hands on and technically minded- Good time management skills- Problem solver- Good communicators
The Certificate IV in Logistics will kickstart your career in one of Australia's fastest-growing sectors. You will develop the skills required to: - Manage the flow of goods between suppliers and customers- Receive goods - Perform record-keeping duties- Stocktake- Despatch - Manage transportationOur graduates go on to interesting coordinator roles in the logistics and warehousing industry, with the soft skills employers are looking for, such as:- Problem-solving- Team work- Excellent communication- Skilled negotiators- Punctual and organised
Your love of make-up and making people feel their best makes the Certificate III in Make-Up picture-perfect for you. The Certificate III in Make-Up is the perfect blend of technical skills and practical experience, so you will be MUA ready on completion. You will learn to design and apply creative make-up, provide salon services, apply airbrush techniques, create looks for photography and other artistry.Our expert teachers will teach you how to:- Design and apply make-up for a variety of different aesthetics and situations- Develop the skills you need to work in consultation with clients and with other professionals like photographers, stylist and production staffAnd if you are thinking of starting your own business, we will teach you essential small business skills so you are ready to go. The Certificate III in Make-Up can lead to careers as a:- Freelance Make-Up Artist- Salon Owner- Retail Cosmetic Salesperson- In-house Make-Up Artist
Are you a motorcycle apprentice looking to gain further skills? The Certificate III in Motorcycle Mechanical Technology is the course you are looking for.This nationally recognised qualification will give you the skills and knowledge you need to perform a range of service and repair tasks, on a variety of motorcycles. When you study the Certificate III in Motorcycle Mechanical Technology you will learn to:- Diagnose and repair carburettors and steering and suspension systems- Remove, inspect and fit motorcycle wheel assemblies- Diagnose and repair motorcycle brakes, clutches, drivelines and engines.- Communicate effectively at work- Work Health and Safety principlesTAFE NSW's state-of-the-art facilities and hands-on approach to learning will give you the practical skills you need to be in demand in this fast growing industry.If you have completed a Certificate II in Automotive Servicing Technology, ask us if you are eligible for recognition of prior learning.
Want to use your artistic flair to make people feel fabulous? The Certificate III in Nail Technology could lead you to a creative career in the beauty industry.Our expert teachers are dedicated to showing you the latest techniques and products to get you ready for the job. You will learn:- Advanced nail art- How to apply acrylic and gel nail enhancements- How to provide manicure and pedicure services- Conduct salon financial transactionsPlus, you will practice on real clients in our purpose-built beauty salons.Is Nail Technology your perfect career fit?- Are you artistic?- Are you passionate about the beauty industry?- Are you tactful and patient?- Are you a friendly people person?- Are you a good communicator? Talk to us today about the study options available to you.
Are you ready to service or repair outdoor power equipment like chainsaws, water pumps, generators or post-hole diggers? The Certificate III in Outdoor Power will give you the knowledge and skill you need.Taught by experts with at least five years of industry experience, you will learn how to:- Service and repair rotary and chainsaw cutting systems- Inspect, service and repair pumping systems- Overhaul outdoor power equipment engine- Carry out a range of diagnostic proceduresYou can also complete some of this training at your workplace.This qualification is suitable for an Australian Apprenticeship pathway and if you have completed the Certificate II in Outdoor Power Equipment Technology, you might get some credit for your prior learning.Talk to us today about your options.
Want to launch your career in the licensed plumbing trades? This plumbing Certificate III is your course to a trade career.The Certificate III in Plumbing covers common and specialist areas including mechanical services, roofing and gas services. Your teachers will be experienced plumbers, and will teach you the latest industry-standard practices and skills, including how to: - Use plumbing hand and power tools - Work safely on roofs- Install water service controls and devices - Cut and join sheet metal- Install gas appliances- Install drainage systems, and moreThis course has specialist streams. Choose the version of the course that you need to best fine-tune your plumbing career:- Drainage- Water- Roofing- Mechanical Services- Sanitary - Gas ServicesTAFE NSW teaches this nationally recognised qualification at many locations across the state. A typical plumbing apprenticeship is over four years. You will be paid to study for your Certificate III one day a week with daytime attendance at TAFE NSW. Please note: The 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 worksite. Achievement of unit CPCCOHS1001A covers this requirement.
This qualification reflects the role of individuals who have the primary responsibility of engaging the customer, maintaining daily store operations and delivering on organisational expectations. They have sound knowledge of product and service offerings. These individuals possess a range of well-developed skills where discretion and judgement is required. They work with some independence under limited supervision. Some individuals working at this level are responsible for supervising other team members and monitoring day-to-day workplace operations. The qualification provides a pathway to work in a diverse range of retail settings including specialty retailers, supermarkets, department stores and quick service restaurants. Individuals with this qualification are able to perform roles such as frontline sales assistant, customer service representative, shop assistant, retail supervisor, team leader and senior sales assistant. No occupational licensing, certification or specific legislative requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.
If you enjoy working outdoors, at heights and on technical projects, why not consider a career as a specialist roof plumber? Our Certificate III in Roof Plumbing is a nationally recognised qualification that combines both practical and theoretical learning. Students will develop the technical knowledge and skills required to install: - Roof sheeting- Wall cladding- Non-metallic roof materials - Roof insulation Additionally, you will learn how to install fascias, gutters, downpipes, valley gutters, ridge capping and flashings. This course is available to study as an Apprentice with one day of paid attendance at one of our specialist plumbing sections. Please note that 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.
Do you see yourself working in TV, radio, film, or animation? There are many versions of this Certificate III in Screen and Media, most of which are focused on a specific career area. - FILM AND TELEVISION is the focus of one course version. This will give you solid foundations in shooting and editing short films.- RADIO AND PODCASTING is the focus of another version of this course. It prepares you well for higher studies in this area, including writing, recording and presenting.- VIDEO AND ANIMATION is the focus of another version. This version of the course provides foundations skills in video and animation shooting, editing and software.Check out the details on the locations where the course is offered, or contact us to discuss what course is best for you. Once you have successfully completed the Certificate III, you may continue to study at higher levels to help you build a career you will love.
Your creativity and technical skills will be in demand when you study the Certificate III in Signs and Graphics.Through this nationally recognised qualification you can learn the practical skills needed to design, manufacture, paint and install signs for displays, buildings, billboards and boats.Learn to produce signs and graphics using traditional or contemporary techniques, advanced printing software and technology, illumination and fabrication.When you study with TAFE NSW, you can be sure your teachers are connected to industry. You will learn the most sought-after skills in a real world or closely simulated workplace environment.The Certificate III in Signs and Graphics can lead to careers as a:- Sign Writer- Sign Maker- Sign Installer
10729NAT Certificate III in Spoken and Written English is a component of the Certificates in Spoken and Written English (CSWE), English as an additional language (EAL) curriculum framework. It is an intermediate course for learners who have had either formal or informal exposure to English and who have already developed a basic level of English language competence and numeracy skills, but require ongoing English language learning opportunities. It provides English language learning for EAL learners, primarily targeting newly arrived migrants and refugees who need to develop routine language skills to participate in a range of community, further training or employment contexts. The certificate also includes elective numeracy modules for those EAL learners who may need to develop routine numeracy skills.This course is intended to provide participants with the following general education outcomes:â¢ English language proficiency at the equivalent of International Second Language Proficiency Ratings (ISLPRÂ®) 3, +, International English Language Testing System (IELTS) 5.5, or Common European Framework (CEFR)B2â¢ English language proficiency to meet some performance features of Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF) 3 indicators.
If you are process driven, the nationally recognised Certificate III in Warehousing Operations could lead to a career you will love.You will learn how to:- Move, store, receive and dispatch goods correctly- Warehouse equipment operations - Check and maintain equipment- Comply with occupational health and safety- Provide exceptional customer service- Work in a team- Manage resourcesIs Warehousing Operations your perfect career fit?- Are you reliable?- Are you organised?- Are you mathematically minded?- Are you autonomous?Talk to us today about the study options available to you.
Are you starting your career, or are you a qualified mechanic looking to increase your knowledge in the area of auto air conditioning? The Certificate II Automotive Air Conditioning Technology will give you the foundation skills needed to service and repair automotive air conditioning systems in cars and heavy vehicles.You will learn how to:- Diagnose and repair cooling systems- Inspect and service engines and fuel systems- Test and repair electrical circuits - Install basic ancillary electrical systems and componentsAfter successful completion, you may wish to apply for a range of roles such as automotive air conditioning serviceperson.---Assessment and completion of this course requires access to a fully equipped workplace, under supervision. Automotive courses are classroom and blended delivery modes, including discussions, working in groups, and work log books. Students will work with real automotive vehicles and equipment in simulated environments on campus.
Are you a car-enthusiast with an eye for detail? The Certificate II in Automotive Body Repair Technology is the hands-on training you have been looking for.You will learn a range of automotive workplace skills and can elect to study units in:- Auto body repair- Paintless dent repair- Automotive painting- Automotive trimming- Automotive glazing- Automotive dismantling- Automotive detailing- Vehicle body assembling- Vehicle tinting- Repair and installation skillsOn completion, graduates are able to apply for roles in:- Auto body repairs- Auto body refinishing and detailingTalk to us today about the study options available to you.
Build a career in automotive servicing with this foundation course.You will develop the skills and knowledge to perform a range of servicing operations on light and heavy vehicles and learn how to apply safe working practices to:- The use of workplace tools and equipment- Inspecting engines, transmissions, cooling, fuel, steering, suspension and braking systems- Identifying automotive faultsOn completion, you will be ready to seek an Apprenticeship in a wide range of automotive occupations including:- Light or heavy vehicle mechanic- Automotive electrician- Diesel fitter- Outdoor power equipment technicianYou may also apply for roles as a Vehicle Service Assistant or an Automotive Parts Interpreter in an automotive service or repair business.Talk to us today about the study options available to you.
Improve your English with TAFE NSW's Certificate II in Basic English for Speakers of Other Languages. This course is for elementary-intermediate learners of English.You will improve English speaking, listening, reading and writing skills and learn how to improve your general communication skills. Classes commence Wednesday February 6 2019 at 9:30 am.Please contact Jann Dillon, Head Teacher, Educational Pathways at Blue Mountains College on 0247 532128 to make an appointment. Please note: Monday December 17-Friday January 18 teaching staff will be on leave- please contact Blue Mountains College Customer Service on Ph 0247 532 010 for inquiries during this timeThis English class will grant you Level 1+ English language skills on the International Second Language Proficiency Rating (ILSPR) scale, allowing you to communicate routine needs, intentions and attitudes.The course will also allow you to join other qualifications requiring this level of English, progressing your path to further training, employment and participation in the English-speaking community.
Make your start in the business world with the Certificate II in Business. This nationally recognised course has been designed by TAFE NSW industry experts to give you the skills that you need, to start your career in a business environment. You'll learn how to communicate effectively with co-workers and clients, work in a team environment, plan and organise your work load, minimise workplace risks with Workplace Health and Safety principles and you'll also develop a working knowledge of office software and business technology.TAFE NSW's flexible study options mean that you can choose to study this course online, or on campus, at a time that suits you.Completion of the Certificate II in Business will give you the confidence to gain employment in office jobs such as Administration Assistant, Receptionist, Office Administrator, Junior Personal Assistant and Accounts Clerk. Or, you may choose to continue on to the Certificate III in Business course.
The nationally recognised Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start) will introduce you to the world of electrotechnology!You will learn the essentials for entry-level work in this field, such as:- Carrying out work activities in an energy sector environment- Assembling electronic components- The use of routine equipment - Delivering great customer servicePlus, our graduates go on to rewarding careers in sectors such as:- Electrical- Electronics- Refrigeration and Air-ConditioningOur Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start) can be studied on campus or flexible delivery, which means you can study via correspondence, online or work based.
Demand is high for qualified, skilled hospitality workers. You can stand out from the crowd with a Certificate II in Hospitality.This nationally recognised qualification will teach you how to:- Work effectively with others- Source and use information about the hospitality industry- Interact with customers- Demonstrate social and cultural sensitivity - Participate in safe work practicesTAFE NSW has a long history of providing practical, hands-on education delivered in our fully functional training restaurants.The Certificate II in Hospitality can lead to careers as a:- Bar Attendant- Cafe Attendant- Catering Assistant- Food and Beverage Attendant- Porter and Front Office AssistantThis qualification is suitable for an Australian Traineeship pathway, including a school based Traineeship.
Are you good at problem-solving? Enjoy working as part of a team? Would you like an occupation that is versatile and offers a number of career opportunities?Our Certificate II in Information, Digital Media and Technology is a nationally recognised qualification that can lead to a range of entry level information technology roles in multiple industries.Our teaching staff will help you gain the skills and knowledge to:- Use computer operating systems and hardware- Work and communicate effectively in an ICT environment- Operate application software packages- Operate a digital media technology package- Use social media tools for collaboration and engagement- Participate and contribute to a sustainable and safe work environmentYou will also learn how to install software applications, detect spam and destructive software and protect devices, as well as how to integrate commercial computing packages.Talk to us today about your career goals.
Whether you are looking for an Apprenticeship, returning to work or looking for a career change, the nationally recognised Certificate II in Kitchen Operations will get you cooking with gas!You will learn the basics of food preparation, process, storage and service and how to:- Prepare basic dishes, using hygienic practices- Manage perishable items- Clean kitchen premises - Fundamental cookery skills TAFE NSW has a long history of providing practical, hands-on education delivered in our fully functional training restaurants.The Certificate II in Kitchen Operations can lead to careers as a:- Takeaway Cook- Sandwich Hand- Breakfast Cook- Catering Assistant This qualification is suitable for an Australian Traineeship pathway, including a school based Traineeship.
Improve your English with the Certificate II in Routine English for Speakers of Other Languages.You will learn how to:- Speak in functional English- Use basic English grammar- Join informal conversations on every day topics- Share your personal experience- Communicate on a basic levelWhen you complete this nationally recognised course you will be at Level 2 in English language skills on the International Second Language Proficiency Rating (ILSPR) scale.The Certificate II in Routine English for Speakers of Other Languages is a pathway to further study, work and becoming a part of the English-speaking community.
Do you want to be a hairdresser? Get started with the Certificate II in Salon Assistant.A nationally recognised qualification, this entry-level course will prepare you for work and further study. You will develop fundamental salon skills such as shampooing techniques, conducting financial transactions, preparing clients for salon services and drying hair to shape. Plus, you will be taught by experts, learn the latest industry techniques and gain practical skills on real clients in our purpose-built learning facilities.The Certificate II in Salon Assistant can lead to:- An Apprenticeship in Hairdressing- Upskilling to the Certificate III in Hairdressing- Work as a Salon Assistant in the retail or beauty industryThe Certificate II in Salon Assistant is available to study as a Traineeship.
The Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways has been designed to increase your confidence and get you prepared for your next step in study or work.This course is suitable if you are looking for:- A vocational training and employment plan- A pathway to employment or further training- Improved reading, writing, numeracy, oral communication and learning skills- Improved digital literacy and employability skillsA TAFE NSW trusted, nationally recognised qualification can open the door to study and employment opportunities Australia-wide. Contact us today and we will help you understand the study options available to you.
Do you want to access to a wider range of employment options? Do you need to improve your reading, writing, numeracy and basic digital technology skills? TAFE NSW Certificate I in Access to Vocational Pathways is a nationally recognised qualification that can give you the foundation skills you need in a supportive learning environment.You will discover how to:- Use basic strategies for workplace learning- Use digital technology to perform basic workplace tasks- Locate, compare and use highly familiar measurements for work- Use whole numbers and money up to one thousand, for work purposes- Participate in basic spoken exchanges for work- Read, respond and write basic workplace informationTalk to us today about your career goals and let us show you how a TAFE NSW qualification can get you on the right track to achieve them.
Improve your elementary English with the Certificate 1 in Fundamental English for Speakers of Other Languages.You will improve English speaking, listening, reading and writing skills and learn how to communicate simple needs, intentions and attitudes. Classes commence Monday February 4 2019 either at 9:30 am or 12:00pmPlease contact Jann Dillon, Head Teacher, Educational Pathways at Blue Mountains College on 0247 532128 to make an appointment. Please note: Monday December 17-Friday January 18 teaching staff will be on leave- please contact Blue Mountains College Customer Service on Ph 0247 532 010 for inquiries during this timeWhen you complete this nationally recognised course you will be at Level 1+ in English language skills on the International Second Language Proficiency Rating (ILSPR) scale. The Certificate II in Basic English for Speakers of Other Languages is a pathway to further study, work and becoming a part of the English-speaking community.
The nationally recognised Certificate I in Information, Digital Media and Technology is an excellent way to get your IT or office-based career off the ground. Our industry experienced and qualified trainers will teach you a wide range of foundational skills relating to digital literacy, such as how to:- Operate a personal computer- Operate word processing, spreadsheet and presentation applications- Use, communicate and search securely on the internet- Use digital devicesThe successful completion of the Certificate I in Information, Digital Media and Technology will assist you with applying for entry level office roles across industries.Talk to us about the study options available to you.
Education and training can open a world of opportunities. The nationally recognised Certificate I in Skills for Vocational Pathways is your first step to further study. Our qualified and experienced teachers will guide you every step of the way as you discover how to:- Use basic strategies for workplace learning- Use digital technology to perform basic workplace tasks- Identify and use whole numbers and simple fractions, decimals and percentages for work- Identify, measure and estimate familiar quantities for work- Participate in simple spoken interactions for work- Read, respond and write basic workplace informationWhether your goal is to finish your high school studies, gain entry to a career of choice, or to study toward a degree, TAFE NSW can help you get there.
This course is intended to provide participants with the following general education outcomes:10727NAT Certificate I in Spoken and Written English is a component of the Certificates in Spoken and Written English (CSWE), English as an additional language (EAL) curriculum framework. It is a beginner course for learners who have just started learning English and who may have had minimal exposure to the language. It provides English language learning for EAL learners, primarily targeting newly arrived migrants and refugees who need to develop language skills to participate in a limited range of contexts. Other groups who benefit from this course include international students, long-term migrants and Aboriginal students. The certificate includes elective numeracy modules for those EAL learners who may also need to develop numeracy skills.This course is intended to provide participants with the following general education outcomes:- Learning skills to enter formal learning environments- English language proficiency at the equivalence of International Second Language Proficiency Ratings (ISLPRÂ®) 1+, International English Language Testing System (IELTS) 4 or Common European Framework (CEFR) A2+- English language proficiency to meet some performance features of Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF) 1 indicators.
Learn how to make the perfect espresso coffee with this intensive 3 day course. You will learn the how to select and grind the coffee beans, extracting the perfect espresso and the skill of texturing milk. Cleaning and maintaining the espresso machine is also included.
This Statement of Attainment in Beauty & Hair Taster will give you the skills and knowledge to apply drying, finishing and braiding techniques when styling hair. You will learn how to design and apply makeup for various occasions. When learning these skills you will provide service to clients whilst also ensuring you apply safe hygiene, health and work practices.
This course offers skills and knowledge in areas of retail.
According to Australian Standard AS2708-2001 keyboarding speed tests are onlycurrent for six months. If you are applying for a job or require an up to datekeyboarding speed statement, make an appointment for a test at your localcollege. Please note this is a test only and no tuition is provided. You willreceive a Keyboarding Speed Statement Shortly after completing the test.
The Safer Drivers Course is designed to improve the safety of young learner drivers as they to a provisional licence and drive unsupervised. This course will improve levels of safe driving by focusing onhow to manage road safety risks, increasing current driving skills andacquiring new skills. This is done through a combination of facilitated classroom learning (Module One) and practical supervised instruction from a professional driving instructor (Module Two). Participation in the course entitles a learner driver to a 20 hour reduction on the 120 log book hours requirement.Successful completion of the Safer Drivers Course requires the participant to attend and complete the Facilitated Group Discussion (Module One) followed by the In-Vehicle Module (Module Two). To build on the learning experiences in Module One, the In-Vehicle Module must be completed as soon as possible within a month of completing the first module.Module One -Facilitated Group Discussion to build awareness of risks, decisions and safe driving behaviours Module Two In-Vehicle Coaching practising low risk driving behaviours on public roads with the Coach and another learner driver
The Safer Drivers Course is designed to improve the safety of young learner drivers as they progress to a provisional licence and drive unsupervised. This course will improve levels of safe driving by focusing on how to manage road safety risks, increasing current driving skills andacquiring new skills. This is done through a combination of facilitated classroom learning (Module One) and practical supervised instruction from a professional driving instructor (Module Two).Participation in the course entitles a learner driver to a 20 hour reduction on the 120 log book hours requirement.Successful completion of the Safer Drivers Course requires the participant to attend and complete the Facilitated Group Discussion (Module One) followed by the In-Vehicle Module (Module Two). To build on the learning experiences in Module One, the In-Vehicle Module must be completed as soon as possible within a month of completing the first module.Module One -Facilitated Group Discussion to build awareness of risks, decisions and safe driving behaviours.Module Two In-Vehicle Coaching practising low risk driving behaviours on public roads with the Coach and another learner driver.This course is offered at various locations across NSW.
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