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Don College Vocational Education & Training 2017 Registered Training Organisation 60100 - Tasmanian Secondary Colleges

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SIR10116 Certificate I in Retail Services Registered Training Organisation 60100 - Tasmanian Secondary Colleges This course is suited to students who want to work in the Retail Services sector Course Information 150 hours Group projects, workbooks and practical tasks Desired Entry Requirements  Good levels of literacy and numeracy  Ability to work independently and as part of a team

 Sound communication skills  Show initiative

Content To obtain SIR10116 Certificate I in Retail Services, students must complete the following 5 units:  SIRXCOM001  SIRXWHS001  FSKDIG02

Communicate in the workplace to support team and customer outcomes Work safely

 SIRXIND001

Work effectively in a service environment

 SIRRMER001

Produce visual merchandise displays

Use digital technology for simple workplace tasks

Assessment Assessments for this course will include:  Review questions at the end of each work unit

 Practical assessments

 Ongoing observations

Resulting Students who demonstrate competency in all 5 units will achieve SIR10116 Certificate I in Retail Services. Some students will have to opportunity to attain the TQA subject Work Readiness. Pathways Careers pathways that are applicable to this course include:  Customer service assistant  Point of sale operator

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SIR20216 Certificate II in Retail Services

Registered Training Organisation 60100 - Tasmanian Secondary Colleges This course is suited to students who want to work in the Retail Services sector Course Information 300 hours Group and Community projects, workbooks and practical tasks Desired Entry Requirements  Good levels of literacy and numeracy  Sound communication skills  Ability to work independently and as part of a  Show initiative team Content To obtain SIR20216 Certificate II in Retail Services, students must complete the following 12 units:  SIRXCEG001

Engage the customer

 SIRXCOM001

Communicate in the workplace to support team and customer outcomes

 SIRXIND001

Work effectively in a customer service environment

 SIRXIND003

Organise personal work requirements

 SIRXPDK001

Advise on products and services

 SIRXRSK001

Identify and respond to security risks

 SIRXWHS002

Contribute to workplace health and safety

 SITXFSA001

Handle food safely in a retail environment

 SIRRMER001

Produce visual merchandise displays

 BSBWOR24

Use business technology

 SITHFAB002

Privide responsible service of alcohol

 SIRRINV001

Receive and handle stock

Suitable students will be encouraged to undertake work placement

Assessment Assessments for this course will include:  Review questions at the end of each work unit

 Practical assessments

 Ongoing observations

Resulting Students who demonstrate competency in all 12 units will achieve SIR20216 Certificate II in Retail Services. Some students will have an opportunity to attain the TQA subject Work Readiness. Pathways Careers pathways that are applicable to this course include:  Pont of sale operator  Sales assistant  Customer service assistant

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CHC22015 Certificate II in Community Services

Registered Training Organisation 60100 - Tasmanian Secondary Colleges This focus of this course is on Aged Care and Disability Support Work Course Information 300 hours Desired Entry Requirements  An interest in working with people in a caring role  A responsible and reliable attitude  Some ICT and basic literacy skills

 An ability to listen and communicate in a caring manner  Enthusiasm to learn how to help people effectively

Content  CHCCOM005  HLTINF001  HLTWHS001  BSBWOR202  FSKLRG09 

Communicate and work in health or community services Comply with infection prevention and control policies and procedures Participate in workplace health and safety Organise and complete daily work activities Use strategies to respond to routine workplace problems

 CHCCOM001

Provide first point of contact

 CHCDIS007  CHCDIV001

Facilitate the empowerment of people with disability Work with diverse people

 HLTAID002

Provide basic emergency life support

Both on and off campus learning environments

Assessment Assessments for this course will include:  Ongoing theory and practical assessment tasks throughout the year Resulting To obtain a Certificate II in Community Services (CHC22015), students must successfully complete all 9 units. Successful students will attain the TASC subject, Community Services Learning 2 and Community Access 1 Pathways Careers pathways that are applicable to this course include:  Assistant community worker

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CHC22015 Certificate II in Community Services

Registered Training Organisation 60100 - Tasmanian Secondary Colleges The focus of this course is on children

Children’s Services Stream Course Information 300 hours Combination of theory, practical sessions and volunteer work Desired Entry Requirements  An interest in working with people (in particular children) in a caring role  Ability to work independently or in a group situation  Some ICT skills

 A responsible and reliable attitude (positive role model to children)  Enthusiasm to learn how to positively communicate with people effectively  Sound Literacy Skills

Content To obtain CHC22015 Certificate II in Community Services (Children’s Stream), students must complete the following 9 units:  HLTWHS001

Participate in workplace health and safety

 CHCECE002

Ensure the health and safety of children

 CHCCOM005

Communicate and work in health or community services Organise and complete daily work activities

 CHCECE011

Provide experiences that support children’s play and learning Provide first point of contact

Identify and respond to children and young people at risk Work with diverse people

 HLTAID004

 BSBWOR202  CHCPRT001  CHCDIV001  Volunteering

 CHCCOM001

Provide an emergency first aid response in an education and care setting

Suitable students will be encouraged to undertake work placement

Assessment Assessments for this course will include:  Ongoing theory and practical assessment tasks throughout the year Resulting Students who are successful in completing all 9 units will gain Certificate II in Community Services – Children’s Services (CHC22015). Pathways Careers pathways that are applicable to this course include:  Assistant community services worker   Nanny 

Childcare worker Teacher aid

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CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care

Registered Training Organisation 60100 - Tasmanian Secondary Colleges This course is available to year 12 students who have previously completed Certificate II in Community Services Course Information 300 hours Combination of theory, practical sessions and volunteer work Desired requirements  An interest in working with people (in particular children) in a caring role  Ability to work independently or in a group situation  Some ICT skills

 A responsible and reliable attitude (positive role model to children)  Enthusiasm to learn how to positively communicate with people effectively  Sound Literacy Skills

Content To obtain CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care, students must complete the following 15 core units plus 3 elective units to be advised: Promote Aboriginal and/or  CHCECE001 Develop cultural competence  CHCDIV002 Torres Strait Islander al safety  CHCECE002

Ensure the health and safety of children

 CHCECE003

Provide care for children

 CHCECE004

Promote and provide healthy food and drinks

 CHCECE005

Provide care for babies and toddlers

 CHCECE007

Develop positive and respectful relationships with children

 CHCECE009

Use an approved learning framework to guide practice

 CHCECE010

Support the holistic development  CHCECE011 of children in early childhood

 CHCECE013

Use information about children to inform practice

 CHCLEG001

Work legally and ethically

 CHCPRT001

Identify and respond to children and young people at risk

 HLTAID004

Provide an emergency first aid response in an education and care setting

 HLTWHS001

Participate in workplace health and safety

Provide experiences to support children’s play and learning

Assessment Assessments for this course will include:  Ongoing theory and practical assessment tasks throughout the year Resulting Students who are successful in completing all 18 units will gain Certificate III in Early Childhood education and Care (CHC30113). Pathways Careers pathways that are applicable to this course include:  Assistant community services worker   Nanny 

Childcare worker Teacher aid

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MST20616 Certificate II in Applied Fashion Design and Technology

Registered Training Organisation 60100 - Tasmanian Secondary Colleges

Introduction to Applied Fashion Design and Technology This is an introductory course suited to students interested in fashion design and clothing construction Don College does not offer the full Certificate II in Applied Fashion Design and Technology Course Information 300 hours (6 units from Certificate II in Applied Fashion Design and Technology and TCE Design Production – Textiles) Desired Entry Requirements  An interest in the fashion area Content Students must complete the following units:  MSTCL2001  MSTCL2010  BSBINN301

Use a sewing machine Modify patterns to create basic styles Promote innovation in a team environment

 MSTCL2011  MSTCL2004  MSTFD2001

Draw and interpret a basic sketch Sew components Design and produce a simple garment

Students will be encouraged to participate in fashion catwalks and community wearable art projects

Assessment Assessments for this course will include:  Practical assessments  Short practical tests  Team projects  Folio with review questions, written records, sketches and photos of work and test samples of practical work Resulting Students who demonstrate competency in all six units will achieve a Statement of Attainment from the certificate MST20616 Certificate II Applied Fashion Design and Technology (28 TCE points). Students who also complete all requirements for TCE Design Production- textiles will also receive an additional 15 TCE points. Total TCE point tally for this course is therefore 43 TCE points. Pathways Careers pathways that are applicable to this course include:  Fashion design work   Clothing industry work

Design work eg; interior design

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SIS30315 Certificate III in Fitness

Registered Training Organisation 60100 - Tasmanian Secondary Colleges This course is suited to students who have an interest in the sport and fitness industry Course Information 300 hours (6 x classes per week) Theory, workbooks and practical tasks, Athlete Development time included Desired Entry Requirements  A good level of literacy and numeracy  Ability to work independently and as part of a team  Has a passion for health and wellbeing

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Sound communication skills Show initiative

Enrolment Conditions This programme is offered to Year 12 students in the first instance. We are not able to guarantee placements for Year 11 students. Year 11 students can include an expression of interest as a backup to enrolment. Selection is based on available places and an interview. Sports Science Level 3, Food and Nutrition, Athlete Development or Health Studues are recommended during yrs 11 or 12. Content Students must complete the following units:  SISFFIT003  SISFFIT005  SISXCCS001  HLTAID003  SISFFIT006  SISFFIT001

Instruct fitness programs Provide healthy eating information Provide quality service Provide first aid Conduct fitness appraisals Provide health screening and fitness orientation  SISXIND001 Work effectively in sport, fitness and recreation environments  SISFFIT004 Incorporate anatomy and physiology principles into fitness programming Assessment Assessments for this course will include:  Review questions at end of each work unit  Theory test

 SISFFIT007  SISFFIT014  SISXFAC001  HLTWHS001  SISFFIT008  SISFFIT002  BSBRSK401  SISFFIT011

Instruct group exercise sessions Instruct exercise to older clients Maintain equipment for activities Participate in workplace health and safety Instruct water-based fitness activities Recognise and apply exercise considerations for specific populations Identify risk and apply risk management processes Instruct approved community fitness programs

 Practical assessments  Ongoing observation

Resulting Students who demonstrate competency in all units will achieve a Certificate III in Fitness SIS30315. Pathways Careers pathways that are applicable to this course include:  Exercise instructor - Gym  Exercise instructor – Group exercise  Exercise instructor - Aquatic

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Develop Your Personal Style – Introduction to Hair and Beauty

Registered Training Organisation 60100 - Tasmanian Secondary Colleges FSK20113 Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways

This course is suited to students interested in the hair and beauty industry who require further foundation skills development to prepare for workforce entry or vocational training pathways. Course Information 300 hours Theory, workbooks and practical tasks Desired Entry Requirements  An interest in the hair and beauty industries

 An interest in work preparation skills

Content 8 core units and 6 elective units The focus on this course is to gain an insight into all aspects of the hair and beauty industry, improve digital literacy and employability skills. With interactive workshops, industry visits, as well as practical and written tasks, the course is a sample pot of possible future careers. From hairdressing, skincare, etiquette, deportment and grooming, the class aims to provide a programme to assist you in making the most of who you are and how you present yourself. Assessment Assessments for this course will include:  Ongoing observations  Practical assessments

 Theory tests

Resulting Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways Students receive points towards their TCE in:  Work Readiness and Personal Pathway Planning

Pathways Careers pathways that are applicable to this course include:  Certificate II in Salon Assistant  Certificate II in Nail Technology  Certificate III in Beauty Services

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SHB20216 Certificate II in Salon Assistant

Registered Training Organisation 60100 - Tasmanian Secondary Colleges Course Information 300 hours This qualification reflects the role of individuals who work as salon assistants and are competent in communicating in the workplace, interacting with and providing service to clients and assistance to colleagues. They perform routine functions under direct supervision as part of a hairdressing team. Desired Entry Requirements  An interest in the hair and beauty industries

 An interest in developing personal health and wellbeing

Content Students must complete the following units:  BSBWHS201  SHBHIND001

 SHBXCCS001  SHBXIND002  SHBHCLS001

 SHBXIND001

Contribute to health and safety of self and  SHBXCCS003 others Maintain and organise tools, equipment  SHBXCCS004 and work areas Conduct salon financial transactions  SHBHBAS002 Communicate as part of a salon team Apply hair colour products Comply with organisational requirements within a personal services environment

Assessment Assessments for this course will include:  Review questions at end of each work unit  Ongoing observation  Theory test Resulting

 SHBHBAS001

 SHBHDES002  SHBHDES001

Greet and prepare clients for salon services Recommend products and services Provide head, neck and shoulder Massages for relaxation Provide shampoo and basin services Braid hair Dry hair to shape

 Practical assessments  Completing your own clients in the College Salon

Students who demonstrate competency in all units will achieve a Certificate II in Salon Assistant SHB20216. Pathways Careers pathways that are applicable to this course include:  Hair Salon Assistant  Apprenticeship in Hairdressing

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ACM20110 Certificate II in Animal Studies Registered Training Organisation 60100 - Tasmanian Secondary Colleges This course is suited to students interested in pursuing a career in the Animal Husbandry Industry Course Information 300 hours - 1 ½ days per week Combination of theory and practical sessions Desired Entry Requirements  A passion and interest in animal care  Preparedness to commit to extra study to consolidate knowledge as required

 Ability to work independently or in a group situation  A reasonable level of physical fitness

Content  ACMGAS201A

Work in the animal care industry

 ACMGAS202A

 ACMGAS203A

Complete animal care hygiene routines Assist in health care of animals Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices Source information for animal care needs Provide basic care of dogs

 ACMOHS201A

 ACMGAS205A  ACMSUS201A  ACMGAS208A  ACMSPE304A

 ACMGAS204A  ACMGAS210A  ACMGAS206A

Participate in workplace communications Participate in occupational health and safety processes Feed and water animals Prepare for and conduct a tour or presentation Provide basic first aid for animals

 ACMSPE305A

Provide basic care of domestic cats  HLTAID002 Provide basic emergency life support. Please note this is an optional unit and must be paid for separately by students in addition to normal course costs.

Both on and off campus learning environments Suitable students will be encouraged to undertake work placement

Assessment Assessments for this course will include:  Ongoing theory and practical assessment tasks throughout the year Resulting Students who are successful in completing all 13 units will gain a Certificate II in Animal Studies. Pathways Careers pathways that are applicable to this course include:  Animal care attendant   Kennel hand   Pet shop attendant 

Animal shelter attendant Cattery attendant Assistant dog groomer

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AHC20116 Certificate II in Agriculture

Registered Training Organisation 60100 - Tasmanian Secondary Colleges

Introduction to Agriculture This is an introductory course suited to students interested in pursuing a career in the Agriculture Industry Don College does not offer the full Certificate II in Agriculture in year 11. Students who complete year 11 units successfully will have the option to complete the full certificate in year 12. Course Information 300 hours Theory, workbooks and practicalsessions Desired Entry Requirements  A high level of literacy and numeracy  A reasonable level of physical fitness Content yr 11  AHCOHS201A  AHCINF201A

 Ability to work independently or in a group situation  Preparedness to comply with safety regulations

Participate in OHS processes Carry out basic electric fencing operations  AHCMOM212A Operate quad bikes  AHCWRK209A Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices Milk livestock  AHCDRY201A Install, maintain and repair  AHCINF202A fencing

 AHCCHM201A  AHCLSK205A

Apply chemicals under supervision Handle livestock using basic techniques  AHCMOM202A Operate tractors Assist with the operation of pressurised  AHCIRG202A irrigation Use hand tools  MEM18001C Assist with feeding in a production  AHCLSK201A system

Most learning takes place on a local farm Students must complete a selection of units to be chosen at confirmation of enrolment 2016 Suitable students will be encouraged to undertake work placement

Assessment Assessments for this course will include:  Theory and practical assessment tasks throughout the year  Ongoing observations Resulting Students who are successful in completing the selected units will gain a Statement of Attainment. Pathways Careers pathways that are applicable to this course include:  Assistant Animal Attendant/Stock Person  Assistant Farm or Station Hand  Assistant Farm or Station Worker  Assistant Farm or Station Labourer

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UEE22011 Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start)

Registered Training Organisation 60100 - Tasmanian Secondary Colleges This course is suited to students interested in becoming an electrician, refrigeration mechanic or instrumentation technician Course Information 300 hours Theory, workbooks and practical tasks Desired Entry Requirements  A high level of literacy and numeracy (confirmed by a suitability test)  Able to use basic hand tools and workshop equipment Content Students must complete the following units:  UEENEEP024A  UEENEEE102A  UEENEEE179A  UEENEEA102A  UEENEEE102A  UEENEEE101A

Attach cords and plugs to electrical equipment for connection to a single phase 230 Volt supply Provide basic instruction in the use of electrotechnology apparatus Identify and select components, accessories and materials for energy sector work activities Select electronic components for assembly Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components Apply occupational health and safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace

Assessment Assessments for this course will include:  Practical assessments

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Ability to work independently Self-motivation

 UEENEEE141A  UEENEEE148A  UEENEEK142A

Use of routine equipment/plant/ technologies in an energy sector environment Carry out routine work activities in an energy sector environment Apply environmentally and sustainable procedures in the energy sector

 HLTAID001  UEENEED101A

Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation Use computer applications relevant to a workplace Solve problems in dc. circuits  UEENEEE104A  CPCCOHS1001A Work safely in the construction industry

 Theory test for each unit

Resulting Students who demonstrate competency in all units will achieve UEE22011 Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start). Pathways Careers pathways that are applicable to this course include:  Further study   Electrician   Refrigerator Technician   Security Systems Technician 

Employment Instrument Technician Transmission Line Worker Apprenticeship in the Electrical Trades

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AUR10116 Certificate I in Automotive Vocational Preparation

Registered Training Organisation 60100 - Tasmanian Secondary Colleges This course is suited to students who have an interest in the Automotive Industry Course Information 300 hours Theory, workbooks and practical tasks Desired Entry Requirements  Ability to work independently and as part of a team  Able to use basic hand tools and workshop equipment

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Sound communication skills within a workshop environment Show initiative A good level of literacy and numeracy

Content Students must complete the following units:  AURAEA001  AURETR003  AURTTE003  AURTTA002

Identify environmental requirements in an automotive service or repair workplace Identify automotive electrical systems and components Remove and tag engine system components Assist with automotive workplace activities

 AURASA001  AURLTA001  AURTTK002  AURTTA003

Apply automotive workplace safety fundamentals Identify automotive mechanical systems and components Use and maintain tools and equipment in an automotive workplace Use and maintain basic mechanical measuring devices

Suitable students will be encouraged to undertake work placement

Assessment Assessments for this course will include:  Practical assessments  Ongoing observations  Review questions at end of each work unit

 Theory test

Resulting Students who demonstrate competency in all units will achieve AUR10116 Certificate I in Automotive Vocational Preparation. Pathways Careers pathways that are applicable to this course include:  Automotive trainee

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CPC20211 Certificate II in Construction Pathways

Registered Training Organisation 60100 - Tasmanian Secondary Colleges This course is suited to students interested in pursuing a career in the building and construction industry Course Information 300 hours - 1 ½ days per week Combination of theory and practical sessions Desired Entry Requirements  Minimum of “C” rating at Year 10 Australian Curriculum for literacy and numeracy or ability to achieve this level  Ability to work independently or in a group situation

Able to use basic hand tools and workshop equipment Competent use of basic hand tools

Preparedness to commit to extra study to consolidate knowledge as required

Content Students must complete the following units in both on and off campus learning environments:  CPCCCM1012A  CPCCCM1014A  CPCCCM2001A  CPCCJN2001A  CPCCCM2009A  CPCCCA2011A

Work effectively and sustainably in the construction industry Conduct workplace communication Read and interpret plans and specifications Assemble components Carry out basic demolition Handle carpentry materials

 CPCCOHS2001A Apply OHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry  CPCCCM1015A Carry out measurements and calculations  CPCCCM1013A

Plan and organise work

 CPCCCA2002B  CPCCSH2001A  CPCCCM2006B

Use carpentry tools and equipment Prepare surfaces Apply basic levelling procedures

*CHCCOHS1001A Work safely in the construction industry Suitable students will be encouraged to undertake work placements (2 week blocks)

Assessment Assessments for this course will include:  Ongoing theory and practical assessment tasks throughout the year Resulting Students who demonstrate competency in all 12 units will gain CPC20211 Certificate II in Construction Pathways. Pathways Careers pathways that are applicable to this course include:  Joinery  Shop fitting carpentry  Bricklaying  Other occupations in general construction

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MEM20413 Certificate II in Engineering Pathways

Registered Training Organisation 60100 - Tasmanian Secondary Colleges This course is suited to students interested in becoming a fitter, machinist or boiler-maker/welder Course Information 300 hours Theory, workbooks and practical tasks Desired Entry Requirements  Minimum of “C” rating at Year 10 Australian Curriculum for literacy and numeracy  Show initiative

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Able to use basic hand tools and workshop equipment Ability to work independently

Content Students must complete 12 units comprising of four compulsory units plus electives:  MEM13014A  MSAENV272B  MEM16006A  MEM18001C  MEMPE001A  MEMPE006A

Apply principles of OH&S in the work environment Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices Organise and communicate information Use hand tools Use engineering workshop machines Undertake a basic engineering project

 MEMPE005A  MEMPE003A  MSAPMSUP106A  MEM18002B  MEMPE002A  MEMPE004A

Develop a career plan for the engineering and manufacturing industry Use oxy-acetylene and soldering equipment Work in a team Use power tools/hand held operations Use electric welding machines Use fabrication equipment

Suitable students will be encouraged to undertake work placement

Assessment Assessments for this course will include:  Review questions at  Practical assessments end of each work unit  Ongoing observations

 Theory test

Resulting Students who demonstrate competency in all 12 units will gain MEM20413 Certificate II in Engineering Pathways. Pathways Careers pathways that are applicable to this course include:  Engineering trades eg Boilermaker welder

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SIT20316 Certificate II in Hospitality

Registered Training Organisation 60100 - Tasmanian Secondary Colleges This course is suited to students who have an interest in becoming a waiter, barista, food and beverage attendant, bar attendant, receptionist or flight attendant Course Information 300 hours - 1 ½ days per week Theory and practical sessions Desired Entry Requirements  An interest in customer service  Ability to work well in a team  A reasonable level of literacy and numeracy

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Good communication skills Good personal presentation

Content Students must complete the following units:  SITHIND002  SITHIND003  SITXCCS003  SITXFSA001  SITHFAB002  SITHFAB007

Source and use information on the hospitality industry Use hospitality skills effectively Interact with customers Use hygienic practices for food safety Provide responsible service of alcohol Serve food and beverage

 SITHFAB004  SITXCOM002  SITXWHS001  SITHFAB005  SITXFIN001  BSBWOR203

Prepare and serve non-alcoholic beverages Show social and cultural sensitivity Participate in safe work practices Prepare and serve espresso coffee Process financial transactions Work effectively with others

Students gain skills in preparing a range of hot and cold beverages including using the espresso coffee machine. They learn how to work safely and hygienically in Hospitality, how to communicate with customers, work as part of a team and how the Hospitality Industry operates. Students gain practical experience running the college restaurant, where they are involved in; setting up the restaurant for service, greeting and seating customers, waiting on tables, processing payments, working in the bar, making coffees and closing the restaurant. Students are also encouraged to participate in other hospitality events throughout the year and in work placement later in the year.

Assessment Assessments for this course will include:  Practical and written assessment tasks

 Participation in running college restaurant

 Ongoing observations

Resulting Students who demonstrate competency in all units will achieve SIT20316 Certificate II in Hospitality (including the Responsible Service of Alcohol unit). Pathways Careers pathways that are applicable to this course include:  Positions in hospitality  Certificate III in Hospitality

 Certificate III in Events Management

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SIT30616 Certificate III in Hospitality

Registered Training Organisation 60100 - Tasmanian Secondary Colleges This course is suited to students who have an interest in becoming a waiter, barista, food and beverage attendant, bar attendant, receptionist or function/gaming attendant Course Information 150 hours (will include evening functions) Theory, workbooks and practical tasks Entry Requirements  SIT20416 Certificate II in Kitchen Operations or SIT20316 Certificate II in Hospitality Enrolment conditions This programme is offered to students in Year 12 students who have completed SIT20416 Certificate II in Kitchen Operations or SIT20316 Certificate II in Hospitality. Selection is based on available places and an interview. Content Students must complete eight elective units and the following core units:  BSBWOR203  SITHIND004  SITXCOM002  SITXWHS001

Work effectively with others Work effectively in hospitality service Show social and cultural sensitivity Participate in safe work practices

 SITXCCS006  SITXFSA001  SITHIND002

Provide service to customers Use hygienic practices for food safety Source and use information on the hospitality industry

The eight elective units will consist of a combination of Hospitality units to be determined by interview.

Assessment Assessments for this course will include:  Practical assessments  Short answer questions

 Work placement  Hospitality functions

 Running College Café  End of unit assessment

Resulting Students who demonstrate competency in all units will achieve SIT30616 Certificate III in Hospitality. Pathways Careers pathways that are applicable to this course include:  Food and Beveridge attendant  Front desk receptionist  Function attendant  Restaurant host  Senior bar attendant  Waiter

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SIT20416 Certificate II in Kitchen Operations

Registered Training Organisation 60100 - Tasmanian Secondary Colleges This course is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge required when starting out on a career in Commercial Cookery Course Information 300 hours - 1 ½ days per week Theory, workbooks and practical tasks Desired Entry Requirements  A genuine interest in food  Enjoy a fast paced environment  Ability to work well in a team  Good level of physical fitness  Be goal and customer focussed  Clean, hygienic and tidy appearance  A reasonable level of literacy and basic computer skills would be advantageous to ensure the best possible student outcome Content Students must complete the following eight compulsory units and five elective units:  BSBWOR203  SITHCCC005

Work effectively with others Use food preparation equipment  SITHCCC101 Produce dishes using basic methods of Provide responsible service of  SITHFAB201 cookery alcohol Clean kitchen premises and equipment Use hygienic practices for food safety  SITHKOP101  SITXFSA001 Maintain the quality of perishable items Participate in safe work practices  SITXINV002  SITXWHS001 Prepare and present simple dishes Prepare and present sandwiches  SITHCCC002  SITHCCC003 Prepare appetisers and salads Use cookery skills effectively  SITHCCC006  SITHCCC011  HLTAID003 Provide First Aid – (credit transfer from Allens Training - RTO Number 90909)

Assessment Assessments for this course will include:  Theory test  Ongoing observation

 Practical assessments  Online research

Resulting Students who demonstrate competency in all units will achieve SIT20416 Certificate II in Kitchen Operations. Pathways Careers pathways that are applicable to this course include:  Breakfast cook  Catering assistant  Fast food cook  Apprenticeship commercial cookery  Take-away cook

 Sandwich hand

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BSB20115 Certificate II in Business SIT20116 Certificate II in Tourism

Registered Training Organisation 60100 - Tasmanian Secondary Colleges This course is designed for students with an interest in the business and tourism industries Course Information 300 hours Theory, computer work and practical tasks Entry Requirements  Sound levels of literacy and numeracy  Ability to work independently and as part of a team

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Sound communication skills A responsible and reliable attitude

Content Students must complete the following twelve (12) units:  BSBWHS201  BSBCMM201  BSBITU202  BSBWOR203  SITXCCS003  SITXCOM002

Contribute to health and safety of self and others Communicate in the workplace Create and use spreadsheets Work effectively with others Interact with customers Show social and cultural sensitivity

 SITTIND001  BSBITU201  BSBINM201  BSBWOR204  SITXWHS001  BSBIND201

Source and use information on the tourism and travel industry Produce simple word processed documents Process and maintain workplace information Use business technology Participate in safe work practices Work effectively in a business environment

Assessment Assessments for this course will include:  Ongoing theory and practical assessment tasks Resulting Students who demonstrate competency in all units will achieve the following two qualifications: BSB20115 Certificate II in Business SIT20116 Certificate II in Tourism Pathways Careers and educational pathways that are applicable to this course include:  Certificate III in Business or Tourism  Administration Assistant for Small Tour Operator  Clerical Worker  Data Entry Operator  Information Desk Clerk  Office Junior  Receptionist  Documentation clerk for a tour wholesaler  Museum attendant  Receptionist and office assistant in conferencing, retail travel, tour operations  Retail sales assistant in an attraction

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ICT20115 Certificate II in Information, Digital Media & Technology

Registered Training Organisation 60100 - Tasmanian Secondary Colleges This course is designed for students wishing to enter the field of digital communications, multimedia or IT support Course Information 300 hours Theory, workbooks and practical tasks Desired Entry Requirements  Be able to study independently  A genuine interest in digital technology

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Be able to contribute as a team member A reasonable level of literacy and numeracy

Content Students must complete the following units:  BSBWHS201  BSBSUS201  ICTICT202  ICTICT203  ICTICT204  ICTSAS206  ICTICT303

Contribute to health and safety of self and others Participate in environmentally sustainable work practice Work and communicate effectively in an ICT environment Operate application software packages Operate a digital media technology package Detect and protect from spam and destructive software Connect internal hardware components

Assessment Assessments for this course will include:  Projects

 CUASOU202

Perform basic sound editing

 ICTICT201

Use computer operating systems and hardware

 ICTSAS209

 ICTWEB301

Connect and use home-based local wireless network Capture a digital image Use social media tools for collaboration and engagement Create a simple mark-up language document

 ICTSAS205

Maintain ICT system integrity

 ICPDMT321  ICTWEB201

 Assignments

 Observation

Resulting Students who demonstrate competency in all units will achieve the following qualification: ICT20115 Certificate II in Information, Digital Media & Technology. Pathways Careers and educational pathways that are applicable to this course include:  Entry level into higher Information and Communications Technology (ICT) qualifications  Basic ICT skills for a wide range of careers

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ICT30115 Certificate III in Information, Digital Media & Technology

Registered Training Organisation 60100 - Tasmanian Secondary Colleges

This course is designed for yr 12 students wishing to enter the field of digital communications, multimedia or IT support on completion of the Certificate II in yr 11

Course Information 300 hours Desired Entry Pre-requisite  Completion of Certificate II in Information, Digital Media and Technology

Content Students must complete the following 6 core units plus 11 elective units to be advised:  BSBWHS304 Participate effectively in WHS  BSBSUS401 Implement and monitor environmentally communication and consultation sustainable work practices processes  ICTICT202

Work and communicate effectively in an ICT environment

 ICTICT301

Create user documentation

 ICTICT302

Install and optimise operating system software

 ICTSAS301

Run standard diagnostic tests

Assessment Assessments for this course will include:  Projects

 Assignments

 Observation

Resulting Students who demonstrate competency in all units will achieve the following qualification: ICT30115 Certificate III in Information, Digital Media & Technology. Pathways Careers and educational pathways that are applicable to this course include:  Entry level into higher Information and Communications Technology (ICT) qualifications  Basic ICT skills for a wide range of careers

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Don College VET course guide 2017  

A guide covering the details of Vocational Education and Training certificate courses offered at Don College in 2017

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