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TAFE QUEENSLAND

TAFE AT SCHOOL GOLD COAST REGION


STUDY AREAS WHETHER YOU DREAM OF A CAREER IN MUSIC OR FITNESS, ANIMAL STUDIES OR AUTOMOTIVE, HEALTH OR HOSPITALITY, BUSINESS OR CONSTRUCTION, TAFE QUEENSLAND HAS THE COURSE OPTIONS TO KICK START YOUR CAREER.

ANIMAL STUDIES

BEAUTY AND HAIRDRESSING

BUSINESS AND IT

Grow your passion for animals. Learn about animal nutrition, hygiene, care, and the business and administration side of the industry.

Fashion your own style and launch your career in retail, skin care, photographic make up or hairstyling, that could see you working on photo shoots, film sets and catwalk shows.

There is a huge demand for employees in this sector, so now is the time to fast-track your career in the industry and enrol in a course that’s an investment for your future.

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MUSIC INDUSTRY

SCREEN AND MEDIA

Put yourself in the spotlight with a course in music and sound production. Learn performance art, sound mixing, editing, production, and music management.

Learn the skills to create digital graphics, audio and 2D/3D animation with the latest software used by industry.

COMMUNITY SERVICES AND HEALTH Calling on all nurturers and carers who have a passion for health. These courses will open doors to a rewarding career in one of Australia’s fastestgrowing sectors. 18

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NURSING

HOSPITALITY

SPORTS AND RECREATION

Make a head-start and gain clinical experience whilst still at school to help build a rewarding career in the evergrowing health sector.

Get started in the hospitality industry by learning the fundamentals from food preparation to table service and responsible service of alcohol.

Energise your career with a course in fitness. Get the skills to organise and guide daily workout activities and undertake client health assessments.

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AUTOMOTIVE

CONSTRUCTION

ELECTROTECHNOLOGY

Rev up your career with a course in automotive. Learn about cars, engines, and vehicle components, and set yourself on the path to becoming a professional mechanic.

Learn how to use basic tools and equipment and get hands-on training in essential construction techniques to set you up for a career in construction.

Be at the cutting-edge of technology. This course is suited to mechanicallyminded students who enjoy technology and mathematics.

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ENGINEERING PATHWAYS

MARINE

PLUMBING

Get all the skills you need to build a career in engineering. Learn about the fabrication, mechanical, production, and technical areas of manufacturing.

Make a start in the marine industry with courses unique to the Gold Coast region. Learn about marine mechanics, service and repairs.

Learn the fundamentals of plumbing, mechanical services, sheet metal fabrication practices, water supply and roof cladding and get ‘job-ready’ for a career in plumbing.

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PRACTICAL TRAINING “I really enjoy working in a hands-on environment, so I knew I wanted to work in a trade. I like the practical tasks as they have given me a good insight into my chosen trade area.” Ewan Sheen UEE22011 Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start)

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TAFE AT SCHOOL STUDY OPTIONS GET STARTED AT TAFE QUEENSLAND

FLEXIBLE STUDY OPTIONS

TAFE Queensland is the largest and most experienced provider of vocational education and training in the state. It’s a big statement, but one that’s backed by research and confirms our impressive track record. We’ve been in the business of training for more than 130 years and have trained more than seven million people. At last count, we had more students than all the Queensland universities combined.

TAFE Queensland offers flexible study options so you can gain a vocational qualification while you’re still at school in a way that best suits you.

TAFE Queensland’s award-winning teachers, purpose-built facilities and strong industry partnerships will help you get the real-world skills that you need to achieve your future career or study goals. We have more than 400 practical, nationallyrecognised qualifications for you to choose from, and hundreds of university pathways including our own bachelor programs to take you even further.

GET A HEAD START WITH A TAFE AT SCHOOL COURSE All year 10,11 and 12 students, are eligible to participate in a TAFE at School program. You can choose to study from a number of varied certificate level vocational education and training (VET) courses at TAFE Queensland - Gold Coast Region. Best of all, a TAFE at School certificate can be achieved in conjunction with your senior studies and counts towards your Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE).

TAFE AT SCHOOL IS A GREAT WAY TO:

. get a qualification while still at school . gain direct entry into our diploma or degree courses . gain valuable credits towards your QCE . gain credits towards an apprenticeship, diploma course or university studies . make you work ready . build practical skills in an adult learning environment . learn from professionals, bursting with current industry knowledge.

TRAIN AT TAFE QUEENSLAND TAFE Queensland offers some of the best training facilities in the state, with advanced, industry-relevant workspaces and classrooms. All training is delivered in an adult learning environment so you’ll get a taste of what it’s like to study in a higher education setting. You’ll learn from our highly-qualified teachers and benefit from their vast experience.

TRAIN AT SCHOOL Many Queensland schools have partnered with TAFE Queensland to deliver vocational qualifications. School teachers are given specific training so they are qualified to deliver TAFE Queensland courses. Even if you undertake your training at school, you will still receive a TAFE Queensland certificate when you complete your course.

SCHOOL BASED APPRENTICESHIP OR TRAINEESHIP TAFE Queensland offers both school based apprenticeships and traineeships, which gets you work-ready and a step ahead of your peers. Becoming a school-based apprentice or trainee gives you skills in a vocation or trade and allows you to earn money while you’re still at school. A school-based apprenticeship or traineeship also contributes credits towards your Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE). Apprentices are trained in a skilled trade, such as Plumbing or Electrical, and upon successful completion will become a qualified tradesperson. Trainees are trained in a vocational area, such as Early Childhood or Business, but the training does not deliver a tradesperson qualification. After selecting the industry you are interested in and talking with your school and parents, your next step is to secure employment as an apprentice or trainee. An employer can be found through family and friends, by directly contacting employers and group training organisations, or by applying for advertised jobs. Once you have secured an apprenticeship or traineeship, just let your employer know you want to study with us. School-based apprentices and trainees do not pay fees for training at TAFE Queensland; however, you may need to pay some costs for tools and compulsory protective equipment, which we will outline upon enrolment. When you become a full-time apprentice or trainee after completing Year 12, you may be eligible for fee-free training for the remainder of your apprenticeship. For more information about school-based apprenticeships or traineeships call 1800 210 210 or visit www.training.qld.gov.au/apprenticeshipsinfo.

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WHAT DOES IT COST?

TIMETABLED TO YOUR SCHOOL YEAR

Costs vary from course to course, and these prices are identified throughout this guide. If you are undertaking a certificate I or II qualification as part of your senior studies you may pay reduced fees or, in some cases, no tuition fees at all. If you choose to study a certificate III course you will incur fees.

TAFE Queensland term dates align with Queensland school terms and fit within your current timetables.

Payment plans may be available to students undertaking a course that costs $500 or more, however, students under 18 will need a guarantor. Applications will be subject to credit checks. For information about our withdrawal and refund policy, please visit the TAFE Queensland website.

TERM 1

PAYMENT OPTIONS

START

Monday 22 January

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Monday 5 February

FINISH

Friday 29 March

FINISH

Friday 29 March

TERM 2

All pricing was correct at the time of print, however prices and details are subject to change without notice. Always check our website for the most up-to-date information available.

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Monday 16 April

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Monday 16 April

FINISH

Friday 29 June

FINISH

Friday 29 June

TERM 3

The advertised prices in this guide are only applicable if you have not accessed VET subsidised funding in the past. You can undertake more than one TAFE at School course (such as one in year 10, one in year 11 and one in year 12) however the cost of your course may vary from those advertised in this guide.

QUEENSLAND SCHOOLS

START

Monday 16 July

START

Monday 16 July

FINISH

Friday 21 September

FINISH

Friday 21 September

TERM 4

If you are an international student your fees will be different. A schedule of fees is available upon request.

TERM DATES 2018

START

Monday 8 October

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Monday 8 October

FINISH

Friday 14 December

FINISH

Friday 2 November

KEY FINISHING DATES FOR YEAR 10, 11 AND 12

STUDENT SUPPORT At TAFE Queensland we aim to create a supportive and inclusive learning environment to help you achieve your study goals. Your school’s student assistance program is responsible for ensuring you receive appropriate levels of support while you are participating in the TAFE environment.

YEAR 12

16 November 2018

YEAR 11

30 November 2018

YEAR 10

30 November 2018

TAFE TO UNIVERSITY If you complete one of the certificate III programs listed, as part of our TAFE at School program and finish Year 12, you will be guaranteed a place upon application into the first-year of a related University of Canberra degree offered in partnership with TAFE Queensland.

TAFE AT SCHOOL COURSE Certificate III in Screen and Media CUA31015*

BACHELOR+ Bachelor of Games and Interactive Design 307JA.1* Bachelor of Web Design and Production 267JA Bachelor of Media Arts and Production 985A

Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology ICT30115*

Bachelor of Games and Interactive Design 307JA* Bachelor of Web Design and Production 267JA Bachelor of Media Arts and Production 985A

Certificate III in Applied Fashion Design and Technology LMT31407

Bachelor of Applied Fashion 307JA

Certificate III in Music Industry CUA30915*

Certificate III in Visual Arts CUA31115

Bachelor of Contemporary Music Practice 306JA.1* Bachelor of Visual Arts 308JA.1

*Offered at TAFE Queensland - Gold Coast Region +Bachelor offerings vary from each TAFE Queensland location TAFE Queensland RTO NO. 0275 | CRICOS NO. 0302OE

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PATHWAY TO YOUR FUTURE

I have completed a Certificate I, II,III or IV TAFE at School course OR School-based apprenticeship or traineeship (SAT)

I want to do an apprenticeship OR traineeship

I want to do further study

Guaranteed entry Find employer and choose TAFE as your training provider

Continue with SAT employer

Certificate III / IV

Diploma

Enter the workforce

Diploma Advanced Diploma or Associate Degree

Business owner

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Bachelor Degree Gain 2nd year entry in most cases


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ENROL IN A TAFE QUEENSLAND DIPLOMA AFTER HIGH SCHOOL When you complete your TAFE at School qualification, you can enrol in a TAFE Queensland diploma of your choice. It’s as simple as getting in contact with us and letting us know which course you want to study.

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YOUR GUARANTEED PATHWAY TO UNIVERSITY When you study a TAFE at School course, you are taking the first step on your path to higher education.

HOW DOES IT WORK? Once you complete your TAFE at School certificate, you are guaranteed a place in any of TAFE Queensland’s diploma courses. When you complete your diploma, you are guaranteed a place in a bachelor degree with the University of Canberra. It’s a seamless study experience that offers you the chance to do uni differently.

Check out our website to see our full range of courses, from certificates through to diplomas and degrees.

In many cases, you can enter your university degree straight into second year, meaning you will receive a diploma and a degree in the same amount of time it usually takes to complete a degree on its own.

BECOME AN APPRENTICE OR TRAINEE

Many of our diploma courses have formal articulation arrangements with some of Australia’s top universities. This means your university gives you credit for your study at TAFE Queensland, shaving time off your degree.

Applying for an apprenticeship is very similar to applying for any other job. You need to have a current resume that lists your education, interests and referees. Studying a TAFE at School pre-apprenticeship can boost your chances of landing your dream job. Visit an Apprenticeship Network Provider (ANP) to help connect you with an employer. Once you have secured your apprenticeship, talk to your employer about choosing TAFE Queensland as your training provider. Your employer will sort out the formalities of your training contract direct with TAFE Queensland.

TRADE PATHWAYS Not everyone wants or needs to go to university to have a successful career. Our trades courses offer the perfect way for you to get the skills you need to secure an apprenticeship or traineeship in your dream career. See page 4 for more information about starting a school-based apprenticeship or traineeship so you can get a head start in your career now.

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OUR PARTNERSHIPS PARTNERSHIP WITH SCHOOLS PROGRAM TAFE Queensland’s Partnership with Schools Program means school teachers can deliver training to their students at their own school. TAFE Queensland provides the school with mentor support, learning and assessment resources, and advice on training delivery and student assessment to ensure the delivery of the highest standard of industry-relevant training. Even though students are completing their training at school, they are enrolled with TAFE Queensland, and are issued with a TAFE Queensland award on completion of their studies. To discuss a customised partnership arrangement for your school, please contact the TAFE at School Team.

TRAINING FOR SCHOOL TEACHERS TAFE Queensland offers low-cost training for school teachers so they can deliver VET programs at their school. Teachers can train in certificate I and II programs relevant to the delivery of TAFE at School programs, as well as higher level qualifications for teachers who want to broaden their skills. Teachers with existing trade-related experience may be eligible for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) to earn a full or partial qualification, with gap training available.

CONSTRUCTION SAFETY WHITE CARD TRAINING Students who wish to work or train on a Queensland construction site need to complete a General Safety Induction course and be issued with a White Card before participating in workplace activities. The White Card course can be completed in half a day, with training delivered at school by TAFE Queensland.

CONTACT US For more information about partnerships, please contact our TAFE at School Team: TAFE Queensland - Gold Coast Region Schools.GoldCoast@tafe.qld.edu.au

TAFE QUEENSLAND SCHOLARSHIPS ACHIEVE YOUR CAREER GOALS WITH THE HELP OF A $5,000 TAFE QUEENSLAND SCHOLARSHIP

FOR MORE INFORMATION scholarships.tafeqld.edu.au TAFE Queensland RTO NO. 0275 | CRICOS NO. 0302OE.

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GET GAMES READY TAFE QUEENSLAND IS PREPARING TO TRAIN 15,000 VOLUNTEERS REQUIRED TO MAKE A GREAT GAMES

GREAT STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES

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OUR CAMPUSES OUR LEARNING SPACES While you study with us, our campuses will be your home away from home. So, we’ve made sure each location is welcoming, lively and perfect for productive learning. From purpose-built classrooms and studios, to simulated training settings, we have the right environment for you to learn the practical skills you need to be a job-ready graduate. We regularly collaborate and consult with top industry groups and commercial businesses. As a result, we’re able to leverage our relationships with industry and business and provide you with workplace training opportunities, skills workshops, professional development events and business breakfasts. Real world assessments will harness your current knowledge and challenge you to excel.

COOMERA

COOMERA MARINE

SOUTHPORT ASHMORE

Programs are subject to change and commencement is subject to sufficient student numbers.

TAFE QUEENSLAND LOCATIONS TAFE Queensland campuses are spread over many Gold Coast locations. We are perfectly placed to help you make the most of everything that Queensland has to offer educationally, socially and geographically. Visit our website for detailed maps of each campus. ASHMORE TRADE TRAINING CENTRE Corner Heeb Street and Benowa Road Ashmore QLD 4214 COOLANGATTA 5 Scott Street Coolangatta QLD 422 COOMERA 198 Foxwell Road Coomera QLD 4209 COOMERA MARINE 50 Waterway Drive Coomera QLD 4209 SOUTHPORT 91-99 Scarborough Street Southport QLD 4215

PUBLIC TRANSPORT Our facilities are easy to access by private or public transport – bus, train and tram. If you are a full-time student, you are eligible for a student discount on public transport. Contact Translink for more information. To plan your travel, use Translink’s online journey planner to access timetables and services. Call 13 12 30 or visit translink.com.au.

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COURSES Animal Studies Beauty and Hairdressing Business, ICT and Creative Industries Community Services, Health and Nursing Hospitality, Tourism and Events Sports and Recreation Trades and Marine

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ANIMAL STUDIES COURSE CODE: ACM20110

CERTIFICATE II IN ANIMAL STUDIES TAFE AT SCHOOL

To attain this qualification students must achieve competency in 12 units, 7 core and 5 electives.

ANIMAL STUDIES

COURSE UNITS ACMGAS204A

Feed and water animals

Core

ACMGAS202A

Participate in workplace communications

Core

ACMGAS203A

Complete animal care hygiene routines

Core

ACMGAS205A

Assist in health care of animals

Core

DELIVERY

ACMGAS208A

Source information for animal care needs

Elective

Mixed mode learning with face-to-face classes one day per week

ACMVET201A

Carry out veterinary nursing reception duties

Elective

ACMVET202A

Carry out daily clinic routines

Elective

ACMVET203A

Assist with surgery preparation

Elective

ACMGAS301A

Maintain and monitor animal health and wellbeing

Elective

ACMOHS201A

Participate in occupational health and safety processes

Core

ACMSUS201A

Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices

Core

ACMGAS201A

Work in the animal care industry

Core

CAMPUS Southport

DURATION 18-21 months

FEES $2,850

QCE CREDITS 4 credits

This course is designed for those who are passionate about animals and want to gain the knowledge and skills required to start their career in animal studies. Learn the foundations of how to care for a range of animals, monitor their health and hygiene, communication, and learn handling and restraint techniques. This course will give you great insight into the animal care and management industry.

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PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER PROSPECTS

Certificate II in Animal Studies

Kennel/cattery assistant, pet shop salesperson, pet groomer, trainee veterinary nurse

Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing

Veterinary nurse

TAFE Queensland RTO NO. 0275 | CRICOS NO. 0302OE


BEAUTY AND HAIRDRESSING COURSE CODE: SHB20116

CERTIFICATE II IN RETAIL COSMETICS TAFE AT SCHOOL - SALON ASSISTANT To be awarded this qualification competency must be achieved in the following units: COURSE UNITS Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices

Elective

BSBWHS201

Contribute to health and safety of self and others

Core

SHBBCCS001

Advise on beauty products and services

Core

SHBBMUP002

Design and apply make-up

Core

SHBBRES001

Research and apply beauty industry information

Elective

SHBXCCS001

Conduct salon financial transactions

Core

SHBXCCS004

Recommend products and services

Core

SHBXIND001

Comply with organisational requirements within a personal services environment

Core

SHBXIND002

Communicate as part of a salon team

Core

SIRRINV001

Receive and handle retail stock

Elective

SIRRMER001

Produce visual merchandise displays

Core

SIRXIND003

Organise personal work requirements

Core

SIRXSLS001

Sell to the retail customer

Core

QCE CREDITS

SHBBMUP003

Design and apply make-up for photography

Core

4 credits

SHBBFAS001

Provide lash and brow services

Core

PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER PROSPECTS

Make-up/skincare salesperson, salon assistant Certificate III in Beauty Services

Beauty therapist, salon worker, beauty technician, make-up artist, massage therapist, spa therapist

TAFE Queensland RTO NO. 0275 | CRICOS NO. 0302OE

Face-to-face, one day per week

CAMPUS Southport

DURATION

Certificate II in Retail Cosmetics

Diploma of Beauty Therapy

DELIVERY

12 months

FEES $1,920

In this entry-level course you’ll learn how to design and apply make-up and demonstrate skin care products. You’ll also be schooled in effective customer communication, workplace health and safety, product sales and financial transactions. This qualification reflects the role of retail sales personnel involved in a defined range of tasks to sell and demonstrate beauty or cosmetic products. They follow known routines and procedures and work under direct supervision. This qualification provides a pathway to work as a retail sales consultant in any business that sells beauty or cosmetic products and services. This can include beauty and hairdressing salons, retail outlets and department stores.

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BEAUTY AND HAIRDRESSING

BSBSUS201


BEAUTY AND HAIRDRESSING COURSE CODE: SHB20216

CERTIFICATE II IN SALON ASSISTANT TAFE AT SCHOOL

To achieve this qualification students must successfully complete 12 units, 8 core and 4 electives.

BEAUTY AND HAIRDRESSING

COURSE UNITS SHBHBAS002

Provide head, neck and shoulder massages for relaxation

Elective

SHBHCLS001

Apply hair colour products

Elective

SHBHDES002

Braid hair

Elective

SHBHIND002

Research and use hairdressing industry information

Elective

BSBWHS201

Contribute to health and safety of self and others

Core

SHBHBAS001

Provide shampoo and basin services

Core

SHBHDES001

Dry hair to shape

Core

SHBHIND001

Maintain and organise tools, equipment and work areas

Core

DURATION

SHBXCCS001

Conduct salon financial transactions

Core

12 months

SHBXCCS003

Greet and prepare clients for salon services

Core

SHBXIND001

Comply with organisational requirements within a personal services environment

Core

SHBXIND002

Communicate as part of a salon team

Core

DELIVERY Face-to-face, one day per week

CAMPUS Southport

FEES Nil

QCE CREDITS 4 credits PATHWAY OPTIONS

If you’ve been thinking about a career in hairdressing the Certificate II in Salon Assistant is the perfect place to start. This pre-apprenticeship training program will prepare you to work in a salon environment and teach you the skills necessary to work as a salon assistant. You’ll learn how to communicate effectively with clients and take bookings as well as how to braid and dry hair, and perform scalp massages.

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CAREER PROSPECTS

Certificate II in Retail Cosmetics

Diploma of Beauty Therapy

Make up/skincare salesperson, salon assistant Beauty therapist, salon worker, beauty technician, make-up artist, massage therapist, spa therapist

TAFE Queensland RTO NO. 0275 | CRICOS NO. 0302OE


BUSINESS, ICT AND CREATIVE INDUSTRIES COURSE CODE: BSB30415

CERTIFICATE III IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION TAFE AT SCHOOL - OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR To achieve this qualification the student must demonstrate competency in 13 units, 2 core and 11 electives. COURSE UNITS Organise schedules

Elective

BSBCUS301

Deliver and monitor a service to customers

Elective

BSBITU302

Create electronic presentations

Elective

BSBITU303

Design and produce text documents

Elective

BSBITU304

Produce spreadsheets

Elective

BSBITU306

Design and produce business documents

Elective

BSBITU307

Develop keyboarding speed and accuracy

Core

BSBITU309

Produce desktop published documents

Elective

BSBWHS201

Contribute to health and safety of self and others

Core

DURATION

BSBWOR301

Organise personal work priorities and development

Elective

12 months

BSBWOR204

Use business technology

Elective

BSBWRT301

Write simple documents

Elective

BSBFIA303

Process accounts payable and receivable

Elective

DELIVERY Face-to-face, one day per week

CAMPUS Southport

FEES $2,003

QCE CREDITS 8 credits

PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER PROSPECTS

Certificate III Business Administration

Administration assistant, receptionist, data entry operator or office clerk, personal assistant

Diploma of Business and Diploma of Leadership and Management

Office manager, business administration manager, project administrator, manager, team leader

UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS Bachelor of Business Administration – TAFE Queensland/University of Canberra Bachelor of International Business – TAFE Queensland/University of Canberra

On successfully completing our Certificate III in Business Administration, you’ll have the confidence to walk straight into any job requiring a sound level of office skills. Using Microsoft Office software you’ll learn basic desktop publishing as well as how to create documents, spreadsheets and worksheets used commonly in offices throughout the country. As a graduate you’ll be well placed to secure work as an administrative assistant, receptionist, data entry operator or office clerk.

Bachelor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation – TAFE Queensland/ University of Canberra

TAFE Queensland RTO NO. 0275 | CRICOS NO. 0302OE

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BUSINESS, ICT AND CREATIVE INDUSTRIES

BSBADM307


BUSINESS, ICT AND CREATIVE INDUSTRIES COURSE CODE: ICT30115

CERTIFICATE III IN INFORMATION, DIGITAL MEDIA AND TECHNOLOGY TAFE AT SCHOOL

To achieve this qualification students must complete a total of 17 units, 6 core and 11 electives.

BUSINESS, ICT AND CREATIVE INDUSTRIES

COURSE UNITS ICTWEB301

Create a simple markup language document

Elective

ICTNWK401

Install and manage a server

Elective

ICTICT301

Create user documentation

Core

ICTNWK301

Provide network systems administration

Elective

ICTNWK302

Determine and action network problems

Elective

CAMPUS

ICTNWK303

Configure and administer a network operating system

Elective

Coomera

ICTNWK304

Administer network peripherals

Elective

DURATION

ICTNWK305

Install and manage network protocols

Elective

ICTSAS307

Install, configure and secure a small office or home office network

Elective

BSBWHS304

Participate effectively in WHS communication and consultation processes

Core

BSBSUS401

Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices

Core

ICTICT302

Install and optimise operating system software

Core

ICTICT303

Connect internal hardware components

Elective

ICTSAS301

Run standard diagnostic tests

Core

ICTSAS306

Maintain equipment and software

Elective

ICTICT202

Work and communicate effectively in an ICT environment

Core

ICTICT306

Migrate to new technology

Elective

DELIVERY Face-to-face, one day per week

12 months

FEES $1,920

QCE CREDITS 8 credits

In this entry-level course you’ll learn a range of practical skills in networking and technical support including software applications, system configuration, documentation, web technologies, diagnostics and troubleshooting. Armed with this certificate you will be work-ready for a role supporting information technology systems and processes in the workplace.

PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER PROSPECTS

Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology

Help desk officer, help desk assistant, ICT options support, ICT user support, PC support

Diploma of Information Technology Networking Diploma of Software and Programming

Network analyst, ICT security specialist, network administrator

Advanced Diploma of Network Security (Cyber Security)

UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS

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TAFE Queensland RTO NO. 0275 | CRICOS NO. 0302OE


BUSINESS, ICT AND CREATIVE INDUSTRIES COURSE CODE: CUA30915

CERTIFICATE III IN MUSIC INDUSTRY

TAFE AT SCHOOL (DIRECT ENTRY PATHWAY TO BACHELOR DEGREE) To attain this qualification students must achieve competency in the following units: COURSE UNITS Work effectively in the music industry

Core

CUAMLT302

Apply knowledge of style and genre to music industry practice

Core

CUACMP301

Implement copyright arrangements

Core

DELIVERY

BSBWHS201

Contribute to health and safety of self and others

Core

Face-to-face, one day per week

CUAMCP301

Compose simple songs or musical pieces

Elective

CUAMCP303

Develop simple musical pieces using electronic media

Elective

CAMPUS

CUAMLT303

Notate music

Elective

CUAMPF203

Develop ensemble skills for playing or singing music

Elective

CUAMPF302

Prepare for performances

Elective

CUAMPF301

Develop technical skills in performance

Elective

Coomera

DURATION 12 months

FEES $1,920

QCE CREDITS PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER PROSPECTS

Certificate III in Music Industry

Musician, road crew member, performer

Diploma of Music Industry

Diploma of Sound Production

Music professionals, music producer, musician (instrumental), sound engineer

Sound technician, music professional, audiovisual technician, music producer, sound engineer

UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS Bachelor of Contemporary Music Practice - TAFE Queensland/University of Canberra

TAFE Queensland RTO NO. 0275 | CRICOS NO. 0302OE

7 credits

Turn your biggest passion into a career in the music industry. You will receive training in practical musicianship and performance skills, and an introduction to a range of music technologies. Study music theory, musical styles and song writing and develop an understanding of the inner workings of the music industry. You will also gain invaluable copyright knowledge and work closely with the music business students in a variety of performance and other professional opportunities.

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BUSINESS, ICT AND CREATIVE INDUSTRIES

CUAIND303


BUSINESS, ICT AND CREATIVE INDUSTRIES COURSE CODE: CUA31015

CERTIFICATE III IN SCREEN AND MEDIA TAFE AT SCHOOL

To attain this qualification students must achieve competency in 11 units, 3 core and 8 electives.

BUSINESS, ICT AND CREATIVE INDUSTRIES

COURSE UNITS BSBCRT301

Develop and extend critical and creative thinking skills

Core

CUADIG303

Produce and prepare photo images

Elective

CUADIG304

Create visual design components

Elective

BSBWHS201

Contribute to health and safety of self and others

Core

CUAANM301

Create 2D digital animations

Elective

CUADIG302

Author interactive sequences

Elective

CAMPUS

BSBDES303

Explore and apply the creative design process to 3D forms

Elective

Coomera

CUAANM302

Create 3D digital animations

Elective

DURATION

CUAANM303

Create 3D digital models

Elective

12 months

CUAIND301

Work effectively in the creative arts industry

Core

ICAWEB302

Build simple websites using commercial programs

Elective

DELIVERY Face-to-face, one day per week

FEES $1,920

QCE CREDITS 6 credits

This course covers the skills required to create and manage digital graphics and images, digital audio, 2D/3D animation and websites. Learn how to use the applications used in industry including Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe Dreamweaver and Adobe Flash amongst others.

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PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER PROSPECTS

CertiďŹ cate III in Screen and Media

Archival media technician, camera/lighting, web and game designer

Diploma of Graphic Design Diploma of Screen and Media (Film) Diploma of Screen and Media (Interactive Media)

Visual effects artist, 3D animator, compositor, graphic designer, motion graphic artist, design

UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS Bachelor of Games and Interactive Design - TAFE Queensland/University of Canberra Bachelor of Graphic Design - TAFE Queensland/University of Canberra Bachelor of Games and Interactive Design - Queensland University of Technology

TAFE Queensland RTO NO. 0275 | CRICOS NO. 0302OE


COMMUNITY SERVICES, HEALTH AND NURSING COURSE CODE: HLT23215 / HLT33115

CERTIFICATE II IN HEALTH SUPPORT SERVICES AND CERTIFICATE III IN HEALTH SERVICES ASSISTANCE TAFE AT SCHOOL

To be awarded this qualification competency must be achieved in the following units as well as 80 hours of mandatory vocational placement. COURSE UNITS Interpret and apply medical terminology appropriately

Core

HLTAAP001

Recognise healthy body systems

Core

BSBWOR301

Organise personal work priorities and development

Core

HLTWHS001

Participate in workplace health and safety

Core

BSBFLM312

Contribute to team effectiveness

Elective

BSBWOR203

Work effectively with others

Elective

CHCCCS012

Prepare and maintain beds

Elective

CHCCCS020

Respond effectively to behaviours of concern

Elective

CHCCOM005

Communicate and work in health or community services

Core

CHCDIV001

Work with diverse people

Core

HLTINF001

Comply with infection prevention and control policies and procedures

Core

CHCCCS010

Maintain a high standard of service

Elective

CHCCCS026

Transport individuals

Elective

CHCDIV002

Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety

Elective

HLTAID003

Provide first aid

Elective

DELIVERY Mixed mode learning with mandatory practical sessions (This program also requires 80 hours of vocational placement. VPC will require mandatory documentation and vaccinations to be evidenced at a cost to the student)

CAMPUS Online & Southport^

DURATION 18-21 months

FEES $800 payable (for HLT33115 Certificate III in Health Services Assistance)

QCE CREDITS 12 credits PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER PROSPECTS

Certificate II in Health Support Services

Administration assistant, ward/ hospital assistant, orderly, pathology courier, support services worker

Certificate III in Health Services Assistance

Ward support, assistant in nursing (AIN), patient service attendant, nursing support worker, nursing assistant, orderly, wardsperson, patient care assistant, patient support assistant

Diploma of Nursing

UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS Bachelor of Nursing

Enrolled nurse

Designed as a transition from school to employment, this study program gives students a taste of what it’s like to work in hospitals and / or the health care sector. Students will be taught to recognise healthy body systems, comprehend basic medical terminology, understand infection control, provide client services and manage challenging behaviour. With dual qualifications, graduating students will be able to apply for entry-level work at aged care facilities, hospitals and other health care organisations.

^Practical sessions.

TAFE Queensland RTO NO. 0275 | CRICOS NO. 0302OE

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BSBMED301


COMMUNITY SERVICES, HEALTH AND NURSING COURSE CODE: HLT43015

CERTIFICATE IV IN ALLIED HEALTH ASSISTANCE TAFE AT SCHOOL

To achieve this qualification students must demonstrate competency in 16 units, 7 core and 9 electives as well as 120 hours of mandatory vocational placement.

COMMUNITY SERVICES, HEALTH AND NURSING

COURSE UNITS HLTWHS002

Follow safe work practices for direct client care

Core

BSBMED301

Interpret and apply medical terminology appropriately

Core

CHCCCS002

Assist with movement

Elective

DELIVERY

CHCCCS020

Respond effectively to behaviours of concern

Elective

Mixed mode learning with orientation, first aid and mandatory practical sessions (This program also requires 120 hours of vocational placement. VPC will require mandatory documentation and vaccinations to be evidenced at a cost to the student)

CHCCOM005

Communicate and work in health or community services

Core

CHCDIV001

Work with diverse people

Core

CHCLEG003

Manage legal and ethical compliance

Core

HLTAAP001

Recognise healthy body systems

Core

HLTAAP002

Confirm physical health status

Core

HLTAID003

Provide first aid

Elective

CHCCCS023

Support independence and wellbeing

Elective

HLTAHA001

Assist with an allied health program

Elective

HLTAHA003

Deliver and monitor a client-specific physiotherapy program

Elective

18-21 months

HLTAHA005

Support the delivery and monitoring of physiotherapy programs for mobility

Elective

FEES

HLTAHA010

Assist with the development and maintenance of client functional status

Elective

HLTAHA016

Support the fitting of assistive equipment

Elective

CAMPUS Online & Southport^

DURATION

$3,500

QCE CREDITS 8 credits

The Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance will teach you the skills, and give you the qualifications, to work in this rewarding field of health care. As a Therapy Assistant you’ll work with Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Podiatrists or Speech Pathologists to help people improve their quality of life.

PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER PROSPECTS

Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance

Therapy assistant, occupational therapy assistant, physiotherapy assistant, allied health assistant

Diploma of Nursing

Enrolled nurse

UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS Bachelor of Physiotherapy Bachelor of Occupational Therapy

^Practical sessions.

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COMMUNITY SERVICES, HEALTH AND NURSING COURSE CODE: HLT54115

DIPLOMA OF NURSING

TAFE AT SCHOOL (PARTIAL COMPLETION - 6 UNITS) AVAILABLE FOR YEAR 12 STUDENTS ONLY

To be awarded this qualification competency must be achieved in the following units as well as 40 hours of mandatory vocational placement. COURSE UNITS Apply communication skills in nursing practice

Core

HLTAAP002

Confirm physical health status

Core

HLTAAP003

Analyse and respond to client health information

Core

DELIVERY

HLTINF001

Comply with infection prevention and control policies and procedures

Core

HLTWHS002

Follow safe work practices for direct client care

Core

HLTAID003

Provide first aid

Elective

Mixed mode learning with mandatory practical sessions. (This program also requires 40 hours of vocational placement. VPC does require mandatory documentation to be provided before VPC can be commenced. Please see website for further details)

PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER PROSPECTS

CAMPUS Online & Southport^

Diploma of Nursing (Partial Completion) Enrolled nurse on completion of the full Diploma Diploma of Nursing (Partial Completion)

DURATION 12 months

FEES $4,061.25***

QCE CREDITS Diploma of Nursing

Enrolled nurse

Advanced Diploma of Nursing

Enrolled nurse advanced skills

UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS Bachelor of Nursing

6 credits

If you know your future lies in the nursing profession and you just can’t wait to get started in your career, this school-based partial diploma pathway program is the perfect study option for you. You will complete some online and practical sessions timetabled throughout the program as well as vocational placement completed during your school holidays. As a TAFE Queensland nursing student you will gain “on-the-job” clinical experience in a long term residential setting, working as part of a team under the supervision of Registered Nurses (RN). *** Students will receive an access code to Clinical key for textbooks and databases to complete their studies. Students will need to purchase a uniform top, Nursing Kit and USB resource (optional). ^Practical sessions.

TAFE Queensland RTO NO. 0275 | CRICOS NO. 0302OE

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HLTENN002


COMMUNITY SERVICES, HEALTH AND NURSING COURSE CODE: HLT54115

DIPLOMA OF NURSING TAFE AT SCHOOL - NURSING EDUCATION (PARTIAL COMPLETION - 10 UNITS) To be awarded this qualification competency must be achieved in the following units as well as 80 hours of mandatory vocational placement.

COMMUNITY SERVICES, HEALTH AND NURSING

COURSE UNITS - YEAR 1

DELIVERY Mixed mode learning with mandatory practical sessions. (This program also requires 80 hours of vocational placement. VPC will require mandatory documentation and vaccinations to be evidenced at a cost to the student)

HLTENN002

Apply communication skills in nursing practice

Core

HLTAAP002

Confirm physical health status

Core

HLTAAP003

Analyse and respond to client health information

Core

HLTINF001

Comply with infection prevention and control policies and procedures

Core

HLTWHS002

Follow safe work practices for direct client care

Core

HLTAID003

Provide first aid

Elective

COURSE UNITS - YEAR 2 HLTENN003

Perform clinical assessment and contribute to planning nursing care

Core

CAMPUS

HLTENN004

Implement, monitor and evaluate nursing care plans

Core

Online & Southport^

HLTENN008

Apply legal and ethical parameters to nursing practice

Core

HLTENN013

Implement and monitor care of the older person

Core

DURATION 18-21 months

FEES $7,206.25***

PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER PROSPECTS

QCE CREDITS 8 credits Diploma of Nursing (Partial Completion)

If you know your future lies in the nursing profession and you just can’t wait to get started in your career, this school-based partial diploma pathway program is the perfect study option for you. You will complete some online and practical sessions timetabled throughout the program as well as vocational placement completed during your school holidays. As a TAFE Queensland nursing student you will gain “on-the-job” clinical experience in a long term residential setting, working as part of a team under the supervision of Registered Nurses (RN).

Enrolled nurse on completion of the full Diploma Diploma of Nursing (Partial Completion)

Diploma of Nursing

Enrolled nurse

Advanced Diploma of Nursing

Enrolled nurse advanced skills

UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS Bachelor of Nursing

*** Students will receive an access code to Clinical key for textbooks and databases to complete their studies. Students will need to purchase a uniform top, Nursing Kit and USB resource (optional). ^Practical sessions.

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COMMUNITY SERVICES, HEALTH AND NURSING COURSE CODE: CHC32015

CERTIFICATE III IN COMMUNITY SERVICES TAFE AT SCHOOL

To achieve this qualification students must successfully complete 12 units, 5 core and 7 electives. COURSE UNITS Facilitate the interests and rights of clients

Elective

CHCAOD001

Work in an alcohol and other drugs context

Elective

HLTWHS002

Follow safe work practices for direct client care

Core

BSBWOR301

Organise personal work priorities and development

Elective

CHCCCS016

Respond to client needs

Core

CHCCOM001

Provide first point of contact

Elective

CHCCOM005

Communicate and work in health or community services

Core

CHCDIV001

Work with diverse people

Core

CAMPUS

CHCMHS001

Work with people with mental health issues

Elective

Online & Southport^

HLTWHS006

Manage personal stressors in the work environment

Core

HLTAID003

Provide first aid

Elective

CHCDIS007

Facilitate the empowerment of people with disability

Elective

DELIVERY Mixed mode learning with one day practical session each fortnight

DURATION 18-21 months

FEES $2,850

QCE CREDITS PATHWAY OPTIONS

Certificate III in Community Services

Diploma of Community Services

UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS

CAREER PROSPECTS

Entry level community services worker, ability to work in community services settings. assist in the implementation of community- based programs

Working with clients in social housing and community services organisations, case management, co-ordinating and delivering person- centred care to individuals, groups and communities

Bachelor of Social Work Bachelor of Human Services

8 credits

Our community is made up of a diversity of people who approach life from different perspectives and face many challenges. This qualification reflects the role of entry level community services workers who support individuals through the provision of personcentred services. Work may include day-to-day support of individuals in community settings or support the implementation of specific community-based programs.

^Practical sessions.

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CHCADV001


COMMUNITY SERVICES, HEALTH AND NURSING COURSE CODE: CHC52015

DIPLOMA OF COMMUNITY SERVICES TAFE AT SCHOOL - COMMUNITY SERVICES WORKER (PARTIAL COMPLETION - 8 UNITS) To be awarded this qualification competency must be achieved in 16 units, 8 core and 8 electives as well as 1 week of mandatory vocational placement.

COMMUNITY SERVICES, HEALTH AND NURSING

COURSE UNITS

DELIVERY Mixed mode delivery with mandatory practical sessions. (This program also requires 1 week of vocational placement)

CAMPUS

CHCYTH001

Engage respectfully with young people

Elective

HLTWHS004

Manage work health and safety

Core

CHCCCS016

Respond to client needs

Elective

CHCCOM003

Develop workplace communication strategies

Core

CHCLEG003

Manage legal and ethical compliance

Core

CHCMHS001

Work with people with mental health issues

Elective

CHCDEV001

Confirm client developmental status

Elective

CHCDEV002

Analyse impacts of sociological factors on clients in community work and services

Core

CHCCSM005

Develop, facilitate and review all aspects of case management

Elective

CHCDIV003

Manage and promote diversity

Core

Online & Southport^

DURATION 18-21 months

CHCMGT005

Facilitate workplace debriefing and support processes

Core

FEES

CHCPRT001

Identify and respond to children and young people at risk

Elective

$3,400

CHCPRP003

Reflect on and improve own professional practice

Core

QCE CREDITS

CHCSOH001

Work with people experiencing or at risk of homelessness

Elective

8 credits

CHCDFV001

Recognise and respond appropriately to domestic and family violence

Elective

CHCCCS007

Develop and implement service programs

Core

Make a start in your community services career. This will equip you with the skills and knowledge to make a difference in the lives of others. You’ll advance your understanding of the needs of diverse groups through study conducted in the classroom as well as out in the community. Your studies will explore key areas including organisational management, disability, mental health, cultural diversity, drugs and alcohol and child protection.

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PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER PROSPECTS

Certificate III in Community Services

Diploma of Community Services

UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS Bachelor of Social Work

Entry level community services worker, ability to work in community services settings. assist in the implementation of community- based programs

Working with clients in social housing and community services organizations, case management, co-ordinating and delivering person- centred care to individuals, groups and communities

Bachelor of Human Services

TAFE Queensland RTO NO. 0275 | CRICOS NO. 0302OE


HOSPITALITY, TOURISM AND EVENTS COURSE CODE: SIT20316

CERTIFICATE II IN HOSPITALITY TAFE AT SCHOOL - FOOD AND BEVERAGE To achieve this qualification students must successfully complete 12 units, 6 core and 6 electives. COURSE UNITS Work effectively with others

Core

SITHFAB002

Provide responsible service of alcohol

Elective

SITHFAB004

Prepare and serve non-alcoholic beverages

Elective

SITHFAB005

Prepare and serve espresso coffee

Elective

SITHFAB007

Serve food and beverage

Elective

SITHIND002

Source and use information on the hospitality industry

Core

SITXCCS003

Interact with customers

Core

SITXCOM002

Show social and cultural sensitivity

Core

SITXWHS001

Participate in safe work practices

Core

DURATION

SITHFAB001

Clean and tidy bar areas

Elective

12 months

SITHIND003

Use hospitality skills effectively

Core

FEES

SITXFSA001

Use hygienic practices for food safety

Elective

No cost to student or school. Fully government subsidised.

PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER PROSPECTS

Certificate II in Hospitality (Food and Beverage)

Barista, cafe attendant, catering assistant

Certificate III in Hospitality

Food and beverage attendant, barista, bar attendant, waiter

Cookery apprenticeship

Diploma of Hospitality

Hotel manager/assistant manager, food and beverage supervisor, front office supervisor

UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS

DELIVERY Face-to-face, one day per week

CAMPUS Southport/Hospitality Hub

QCE CREDITS 4 credits

The Certificate II in Hospitality will provide you with entry-level hospitality skills to be able to work as a waiter in a café or restaurant. Learn how to make the perfect coffee as well as how to mix nonalcoholic drinks and wait on tables in a restaurant, café or bistro. You’ll also be schooled in the responsible service of alcohol, basic hygiene and safety and the fundamental skills and knowledge needed to begin work in the hospitality industry. This course is a great basis from which to further your education in the hospitality sector.

TAFE Queensland RTO NO. 0275 | CRICOS NO. 0302OE

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BSBWOR203


HOSPITALITY, TOURISM AND EVENTS COURSE CODE: SIT20416

CERTIFICATE II IN KITCHEN OPERATIONS TAFE AT SCHOOL To be awarded this qualification competency must be achieved in the following units:

HOSPITALITY, TOURISM AND EVENTS

COURSE UNITS SITHCCC001

Use food preparation equipment

Core

SITHCCC002

Prepare and present simple dishes

Elective

SITHCCC005

Prepare dishes using basic methods of cookery

Core

SITHCCC011

Use cookery skills effectively

Core

SITHKOP001

Clean kitchen premises and equipment

Core

BSBWOR203

Work effectively with others

Core

SITXFSA001

Use hygienic practices for food safety

Core

SITXINV002

Maintain the quality of perishable items

Core

DURATION

SITXWHS001

Participate in safe work practices

Core

12 months

SITXCCS003

Interact with customers

Elective

SITHCCC003

Prepare and present sandwiches

Elective

SITXCOM002

Show social and cultural sensitivity

Elective

SITXINV201

Receive and store stock

Elective

DELIVERY Face-to-face, one day per week

CAMPUS Southport/Hospitality Hub

FEES No cost to student or school. Fully government subsidised.

QCE CREDITS 4 credits PATHWAY OPTIONS

If you’ve dreamed of working in the exciting hospitality industry this could be the course for you. The Certificate II in Kitchen Operations is designed to give you a head start over the others. You’ll study food preparation and cooking along with the practical and theory skills you’ll need to work effectively in a commercial kitchen including hygiene, health/safety and security procedures.

CAREER PROSPECTS

Certificate II in Kitchen Operations (Basic Cookery Skills)

Café attendant, catering assistant, bar attendant, food and beverage attendant

Certificate III Commercial Cookery

Qualified cook

Certificate III in Hospitality

Food and beverage attendant, barista, bar attendant, waiter

Diploma of Hospitality

Hotel manager/assistant manager, food and beverage supervisor, front office supervisor

UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS

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SPORTS AND RECREATION COURSE CODE: SIS20115 / SIS30315

CERTIFICATE II IN SPORT AND RECREATION AND CERTIFICATE III IN FITNESS TAFE AT SCHOOL

To be awarded this qualification competency must be achieved in the following units: COURSE UNITS Instruct approved community fitness programs

Elective

SISFFIT002

Recognise and apply exercise considerations for specific populations

Core

SISFFIT003

Instruct fitness programs

Core

DELIVERY

SISFFIT004

Incorporate anatomy and physiology principles into fitness programming

Core

Face-to-face, one day per week

SISFFIT005

Provide healthy eating information

Core

SISFFIT014

Instruct exercise to older clients

Core

HLTWHS001

Participate in workplace health and safety

Core

DURATION

HLTAID003

Provide first aid

Core

18-21 months

BSBRSK401

Identify risk and apply risk management processes

Elective

FEES

BSBWOR202

Organise and complete daily work activities

Core

SISFFIT001

Provide health screening and fitness orientation

Core

SISFFIT006

Conduct fitness appraisals

Elective

$700 payable (for SIS30315 Certificate III Fitness) plus fees when visiting external fitness facilities

SISXCAI001

Provide equipment for activities

Elective

SISXCCS001

Provide quality service

Core

SISXEMR001

Respond to emergency situations

Core

SISXFAC001

Maintain equipment for activities

Core

SISXIND001

Work effectively in sport, fitness and recreation environments

Core

SISXCAI002

Assist with activity sessions

Core

SISXIND002

Maintain sport, fitness and recreation industry knowledge

Core

PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER PROSPECTS

Certificate II Sport and Recreation and Certificate III Fitness (Dual Qualification)

Fitness assistant, fitness instructor, group exercise instructor, gym instructor, leisure assistant and community activities assistant

Diploma Sport Development (Focus on surfing, soccer or fitness)

Sports coach/instructor/official, program/events coordinator, recreation and sport development officer

UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS Bachelor of Sport Development Bachelor of Exercise Science

TAFE Queensland RTO NO. 0275 | CRICOS NO. 0302OE

CAMPUS Southport

QCE CREDITS 12 credits

Turn your passion for sport into a profession with the Certificate II in Sport and Recreation and Certificate III in Fitness. Topics covered include sport, fitness and recreation equipment for activities, fitness and recreation industry knowledge, undertaking client health assessment, first aid, and planning and delivering gym programs and group fitness sessions. This qualification provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to be competent in a range of activities and functions requiring autonomous work within a defined range of exercise instruction situations and activities.

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SPORTS AND RECREATION

SISFFIT011


SPORTS AND RECREATION COURSE CODE: SIS50612

DIPLOMA OF SPORT DEVELOPMENT TAFE AT SCHOOL - FOCUS ON SURFING, SOCCER OR FITNESS (PARTIAL COMPLETION - 8 UNITS) To achieve the Diploma of Sport Development students must successfully complete 20 units, 11 core and 9 electives. Students must successfully complete 8 units, during years 11 and 12 within this qualification then complete this qualification post year 12 studies.

SPORTS AND RECREATION

COURSE UNITS SISXCAI306A

Facilitate groups

Core

DELIVERY

SISXCCS403A

Determine needs of client populations

Core

Face-to-face, one day per week

SISXIND404A

Promote compliance with laws and legal principles

Core

SISXWHS402

Implement and monitor work health and safety policies

Core

SISSSCO307

Provide nutrition information to athletes

Core

SISFFIT020

Instruct exercise programs for body composition goals

Elective

SISFFIT016

Provide motivation to positively influence exercise behaviour

Elective

SISFFIT017

Instruct long-term exercise programs

Elective

BSBSMB401

Establish legal and risk management requirements of small business

Elective

SISXRSK502A

Manage organisational risks

Core

BSBADM502B

Manage meetings

Core

SISXIND406A

Manage projects

Core

ICAICT308A

Use advanced features of computer applications

Core

SISSSCO306

Provide drugs in sport information

Core

SISSSCO308

Support athletes to adopt principles of sports psychology

Core

BSBMKG514

Implement and monitor marketing activities

Elective

SISSSCO101

Develop and update knowledge of coaching practices

Elective

SISSSCO303

Plan and deliver coaching programs

Elective

SISSSCO304

Customise coaching for athletes with specific needs

Elective

SISSSCO409

Work collaboratively with support personnel

Elective

CAMPUS Southport

DURATION 18 months

FEES $4,400

QCE CREDITS 8 credits

The SIS50612 Diploma of Sport Development will provide you with the skills and knowledge to pursue a career in sport development with the possibility of managing competitions, sports venues and facilities, and identifying and developing athletes. You will develop specialist skills to train individual clients, or groups of clients, on a one-on-one or group basis to improve health-related components of fitness in relatively low risk situations. This may include training of older clients and children. The course has three streams which students can elect to incorporate into their qualification. The streams of choice are Surfing, Soccer or Fitness; and these areas will make up the practical activities undertaken throughout the course.

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PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER PROSPECTS

Certificate II Sport and Recreation and Certificate III Fitness (Dual Qualification)

Fitness assistant, fitness instructor, group exercise instructor, gym instructor, leisure assistant and community activities assistant

Diploma Sport Development

Sports coach/instructor/official, program/events coorindator, recreation and sport development officer

UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS Bachelor of Sport Development Bachelor of Exercise Science

TAFE Queensland RTO NO. 0275 | CRICOS NO. 0302OE


TRADES AND MARINE COURSE CODE: AUR20716

CERTIFICATE II IN AUTOMOTIVE VOCATIONAL PREPARATION TAFE AT SCHOOL - PRE-APPRENTICE MOTOR MECHANIC To achieve this qualification students must demonstrate competency in 12 units, 7 core and 5 electives. COURSE UNITS AURETK001

Identify, select and use low voltage electrical test equipment

Elective

AURETR003

Identify automotive electrical systems and components

Core

AURLTA001

Identify automotive mechanical systems and components

Core

Face-to-face, one day per week#

AURTTA001

Remove and tag steering, suspension and braking system components

Elective

CAMPUS

AURTTA002

Assist with automotive workplace activities

Elective

AURTTA004

Carry out servicing operations

Elective

AURTTE003

Remove and tag engine system components

Elective

AURTTK002

Use and maintain tools and equipment in an automotive workplace

Core

AURAEA002

Follow environmental and sustainability best practice in an automotive workplace

Core

AURAFA003

Communicate effectively in an automotive workplace

Core

AURAFA004

Resolve routine problems in an automotive workplace

Core

AURASA002

Follow safe working practices in an automotive workplace

Core

Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation (Apprentice motor mechanic)

Ashmore

DURATION 5 months** 1 semester

FEES PPE*

QCE CREDITS

CAREER PROSPECTS

Apprenticeship - automotive mechanic, automotive trade assistant, vehicle service assistant

(May be completed as a TAFE program)

APPRENTICESHIP ONLY

Certificate III in Automotive Diesel Engine Technology*** Certificate III in Automotive Drivetrain Technology Certificate III in Automotive Electrical Technology*** Certificate III in Automotive Engine Reconditioning Certificate III in Automotive Manufacturing Technical Operations – Bus, Truck and Trailer Certificate III in Heavy Commercial Trailer Technology Certificate III in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology***

Automotive electrician, automotive air-conditioning fitter, automotive electrical fitter, automotive manufacturing technician, automotive mechanic, automotive parts interpreter, diesel fitter, vehicle body builder

Certificate IV in Automotive Mechanical Diagnosis

Specialist tradesperson master technician, technical advisor, repair manager, vehicle service manager

4 credits

This course can help you fast-track a career in the automotive industry by providing technical skills to inspect and service vehicle components including engines, transmissions and braking systems, use automotive tools and equipment, and test, service and charge batteries. This qualification offers a solid base for you to undertake work and further training, in the broader automotive industry.

* Personal Protective Equipment. Students will need to purchase steel capped boots, long sleeve cotton drill shirt and long pants. ** Not including School Holidays. ***Offered at TAFE Queensland - Gold Coast Region. # Work

Experience is an integral part of the course, we recommend each student completes work experience as part of their course as an opportunity to develop a relationship within the industry.

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PATHWAY OPTIONS

DELIVERY


TRADES AND MARINE COURSE CODE: CPC10111

CERTIFICATE I IN CONSTRUCTION TAFE AT SCHOOL - PRE-APPRENTICESHIP CONSTRUCTION To be awarded this qualification competency must be achieved in the following units. COURSE UNITS

DELIVERY

CPCCWHS1001

Prepare to work safely in the construction industry

Core

CPCCOHS2001A

Apply OHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry

Core

CPCCCM2005B

Use construction tools and equipment

Core

CPCCCM1012A

Work effectively and sustainably in the construction industry

Core

MSFFM2006

Hand make timber joints

Elective

CPCCCM1013A

Plan and organise work

Core

CPCCCM1014A

Conduct workplace communication

Core

CPCCCM1015A

Carry out measurements and calculations

Elective

CPCCVE1011A

Undertake a basic construction project

Core

CPCCCM2001A

Read and interpret plans and specifications

Core

CPCCCM2004A

Handle construction materials

Elective

TRADES AND MARINE

Face-to-face, one day per week

CAMPUS Ashmore

DURATION 9 months** 2 semesters

FEES PPE*

QCE CREDITS 3 credits

Develop basic skills in the construction industry. Learn to read and interpret plans and specifications, measure and perform calculations, handle construction materials, use construction tools and equipment and undertake a basic construction project. A General Safety Induction (White Card) is also delivered in this course, which is an industry requirement for you to work on a Queensland construction site.

PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER PROSPECTS

Certificate I in Construction

Trade assistant/worker in carpentry, joinery, or cabinetmaking

APPRENTICESHIP ONLY

Certificate III in Carpentry*** Certificate III in Joinery Certificate III in Shopfitting*** Certificate III in Bricklaying/ Blocklaying*** Certificate III in Painting and Decorating*** Certificate III in Solid Plastering Certificate III in Roof Tiling Certificate III in Stonemasonry (Monumental/Installations) Certificate III in Wall and Ceiling Lining*** Certificate III in Flooring Technology Certificate III in Wall and Floor Tiling*** Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Building)*** Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Estimating) Diploma of Building Design***

* Personal Protective Equipment. Students will need to purchase steel capped boots, long sleeve cotton drill shirt and long pants.

Carpenter, joiner, shopfitter, bricklayer, painter, solid plasterer, roof tiler, stonemason, plasterer, flooring technician, tiler

Trade contractor, estimator, builder – low rise, site supervisor – low rise

Diploma of Building and Construction (Management)

Building designer, consultant, builder – medium and low rise, site supervisor – medium and low rise, office manager, contract administrator

Advanced Diploma of Building and Construction (Management)

Builder – open, site supervisor – open, senior office manager

Diploma of Building and Construction (Building)***

** Not including School Holidays. ***Offered at TAFE Queensland - Gold Coast Region.

UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS

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TRADES AND MARINE COURSE CODE: UEE22011

CERTIFICATE II IN ELECTROTECHNOLOGY (CAREER START) TAFE AT SCHOOL - APPRENTICE ELECTRICIAN To achieve this qualification students must demonstrate competency in 13 units, 6 core and 7 electives. COURSE UNITS CPCCOHS1001A

Work safely in the construction industry

Elective

UEENEEE101A

Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace

Core

UEENEEE102A

Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components

Elective

UEENEEE104A

Solve problems in d.c. circuits

Core

UEENEEE105A

Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment

Elective

UEENEEE141A

Use of routine equipment/plant/technologies in an energy sector environment

Core

UEENEEE148A

Carry out routine work activities in an energy sector environment

Core

18 months 3 semesters

UEENEEE179A

Identify and select components, accessories and materials for energy sector work activities

Core

FEES

UEENEEE107A

Use drawings, diagrams, schedules, standards, codes and specifications

Elective

UEENEEA102A

Select electronic components for assembly

Elective

UEENEEK142A

Apply environmentally and sustainable procedures in the energy sector

Core

UETTDRRF06B

Perform rescue from a live LV panel

Elective

HLTAID001

Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation

Elective

DELIVERY Face-to-face, one day per week#

Ashmore

DURATION

PPE*

QCE CREDITS

PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER PROSPECTS

Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start)

Electrical trade assistant/worker

APPRENTICESHIP ONLY

Certificate III in Electrotechnology (Electrician)*** Certificate III in Instrumentation and Control Certificate III in Air-conditioning and Refrigeration*** Certificate III in Appliance Service Certificate III in Electronics and Communication

General electrician, electronics and communications tradesperson, electrical instrumentation tradesperson, air-conditioning and refrigeration, electrical fitter

Certificate IV in Electrotechnology – Systems Electrician Certificate IV in Hazardous Areas – Electrical Certificate IV in Industrial Automation and Control Certificate IV in Electrical – Instrumentation

Electrical fitter, electrician – special class, installation technician, industrial automation and control technician, electrical instrumentation tradesperson

Diploma of Electronics and Communications Engineering Diploma of Instrumentation and Control Engineering Diploma of Air-conditioning and Refrigeration Engineering

Technical officer specialising in electrical, engineering, instrumentation and control, electronics and communications, or refrigeration and airconditioning

4 credits

Learn how to safely solve problems in extra-low voltage DC circuits, identify and select materials for work activities, participate in environmentally sustainable work practices, use equipment /plant / technologies, and dismantle, assemble and fabricate electrotechnology components. This course covers a General Safety Induction course (White Card) – an industry requirement to work on Queensland construction sites, a CPR certificate, and all units needed for Stage 1A of an electrical apprenticeship.

* Personal Protective Equipment. Students will need to purchase steel capped boots, long sleeve cotton drill shirt and long pants. ** Not including School Holidays.

Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology – Electrical*** Advanced Diploma of Electronics and Communications Engineering

Electrical engineer, senior technical officer specialising in electrical technology or electronics engineering

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***Offered at TAFE Queensland - Gold Coast Region. # Work

Experience is an integral part of the course, we recommend each student completes work experience as part of their course as an opportunity to develop a relationship within the industry.

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TRADES AND MARINE COURSE CODE: MEM20413

CERTIFICATE II IN ENGINEERING PATHWAYS (METAL FOCUS) TAFE AT SCHOOL - PRE-APPRENTICESHIP IN ENGINEERING To achieve this qualification the student must demonstrate competency in 12 units, 4 core and 8 electives. COURSE UNITS MEM13014A

Apply principles of occupational health and safety in the work environment

Core

MEM16006A

Organise and communicate information

Elective

MEM16008A

Interact with computing technology

Elective

MEM18001C

Use hand tools

Elective

MEM18002B

Use power tools/hand held operations

Elective

MSAPMSUP106A

Work in a team

Elective

MSAENV272B

Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices

Core

7 months** 1.5 semesters

MEMPE005A

Develop a career plan for the engineering and manufacturing industry

Core

FEES

MEMPE006A

Undertake a basic engineering project

Core

PPE*

MEMPE001A

Use engineering workshop machines

Elective

MEMPE004A

Use fabrication equipment

Elective

MEMPE002A

Use electric welding machines

Elective

DELIVERY TRADES AND MARINE

Face-to-face, one day per

week#

CAMPUS Ashmore

DURATION

QCE CREDITS 4 credits

PATHWAY OPTIONS

Improve your prospects of securing an apprenticeship and gain basic skills in engineering and manufacturing by enrolling in the Certificate II in Engineering Pathways. On graduating from this course you’ll be equipped with underpinning skills and knowledge in a range of engineering and manufacturing tasks. You’ll learn basic skills in welding, machining, pre-start checks, identifying and reporting faults as well as how to interpret job instructions, operating procedures and basic drawings.

* Personal Protective Equipment. Students will need to purchase steel capped boots, long sleeve cotton drill shirt and long pants.

CAREER PROSPECTS

Certificate II in Engineering Pathways Trade assistant/worker in mechanical, metal fabrication, machining, or fitting and turning Certificate II in Engineering (Traineeship) APPRENTICESHIP ONLY

Certificate III in Engineering – Fabrication Trade*** Certificate III in Engineering – Mechanical Trade***

Fitter and turner, metal fabricator, welder, machinist, patternmaker, moulder, locksmith, boat builder

Certificate III in Engineering – Production Systems Certificate III in Locksmithing Certificate III in Marine Craft Construction*** Certificate III in Engineering – Technical (CAD)

Entry level draftsperson

Certificate IV in Engineering*** Certificate IV in Engineering Drafting

Higher engineering tradesperson, special class tradesperson draftsperson

Diploma of Engineering – Technical Diploma of Engineering – Advanced Trade

Senior draftsperson, advanced engineering tradesperson

Advanced Diploma of Engineering

Consultant, project manager

** Not including School Holidays. ***Offered at TAFE Queensland - Gold Coast Region. # Work

Experience is an integral part of the course, we recommend each student completes work experience as part of their course as an opportunity to develop a relationship within the industry.

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TRADES AND MARINE COURSE CODE: AUR20616

CERTIFICATE II IN MARINE MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGY TAFE AT SCHOOL - PRE-APPRENTICESHIP To achieve this qualification students must demonstrate competency in 18 units, 12 core and 6 electives. COURSE UNITS AURAEA002

Follow environmental and sustainability best practice in an automotive workplace

Core

AURAFA001

Use numbers in an automotive workplace

Core

AURAFA002

Read and respond to automotive workplace information

Core

AURAFA005

Write routine texts in an automotive workplace

Core

AURASA002

Follow safe working practices in an automotive workplace

Core

AURETK001

Identify, select and use low voltage electrical test equipment

Elective

DURATION

AURETR025

Test, charge and replace batteries and jump-start vehicles

Elective

9 months** 2 semesters

AURRTE001

Carry out wet run tests on vessel outboard engines

Elective

AURRTE002

Inspect and service marine outboard engines

Core

AURRTE003

Inspect and service marine inboard engines

Core

AURRTQ001

Inspect and service marine inboard propeller drive systems

Core

AURRTQ002

Inspect and service marine jet drive propulsion systems

Core

AURRTX001

Inspect and service marine outboard and stern drive transmissions

Core

AURRTX002

Inspect and service marine inboard transmissions

Core

AURTTA005

Select and use bearings, seals, gaskets, sealants and adhesives

Elective

AURTTC001

Inspect and service cooling systems

Elective

AURTTF001

Inspect and service petrol fuel systems

Elective

AURTTK002

Use and maintain tools and equipment in an automotive workplace

Core

DELIVERY Face-to-face, one day per week#

CAREER PROSPECTS

Certificate II in Marine Mechanical Technology

Apprenticeship - Marine Mechanic

Coomera Marine

FEES PPE*

QCE CREDITS 4 credits

This course offers an excellent pathway to a marine apprenticeship. It covers the skills and knowledge required to perform a limited range of mechanical service tasks within the marine industry. It is suitable for entry into the marine mechanical service and repair sector. The marine service technician would be typically involved in tasks involving defined and known routines, methods and procedures and providing solutions to a limited range of predictable problems. Some complex and non-routine activities involving autonomy and judgement in structured and stable contexts may be expected. * Personal Protective Equipment. Students will need to purchase steel capped boots, long sleeve cotton drill shirt and long pants. ** Not including School Holidays. # Work

Experience is an integral part of the course, we recommend each student completes work experience as part of their course as an opportunity to develop a relationship within the industry.

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PATHWAY OPTIONS

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TRADES AND MARINE COURSE CODE: 52700WA

CERTIFICATE II IN PLUMBING TAFE AT SCHOOL - PRE-APPRENTICESHIP PLUMBING To be awarded this qualification competency must be achieved in the following units as well as 80 hours of mandatory vocational placement. COURSE UNITS CPCCOHS1001A

Work safely in the construction industry

Core

CPCCOHS2001A

Apply OHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry

Core

CPCCCM1015A

Carry out measurements and calculations

Core

CPCCCM2008B

Erect and dismantle restricted height scaffolding

Core

CPCCCM2010B

Work safely at heights

Core

CPCPCM2041A

Work effectively in the plumbing and services sector

Core

CPCPCM2040A

Read plans and calculate plumbing quantities

Core

CAMPUS

CPCPCM2043A

Carry out WHS requirements

Core

Ashmore

CPCPCM2046A

Use plumbing hand and power tools

Core

CPCPCM2047A

Carry out levelling

Core

CPCPCM2048A

Cut and join sheet metal

Core

CPCPCM2050A

Mark out materials

Core

CPCPCM2052A

Weld using oxy-acetylene equipment

Core

CPCPCM2053A

Weld using manual metal arc welding equipment

Core

CPCPCM2055A

Work safely on roofs

Core

HLTAID002

Provide basic emergency life support

Core

TRADES AND MARINE

DELIVERY Face-to-face, one day per week (This program also requires 80 hours of mandatory vocational placement).

DURATION 9 months** 2 semesters

FEES PPE*

QCE CREDITS 4 credits

Increase your prospects for a career in the plumbing industry by developing your skills with this preapprenticeship. With a strong focus on safe plumbing practices, you will learn how to operate hand and power tools, read plans and perform basic welding and plumbing installation techniques. A General Safety Induction (White Card) is delivered in this course, which is an industry requirement to work on a Queensland construction site.

* Personal Protective Equipment. Students will need to purchase steel capped boots, long sleeve cotton drill shirt and long pants. ** Not including School Holidays.

PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER PROSPECTS

Certificate II in Plumbing

Plumbing trade assistant/worker

APPRENTICESHIP ONLY

Certificate III in Plumbing*** Certificate III in Roof Plumbing*** Certificate III in Gas Fitting*** Certificate III in Plumbing (Mechanical Services) Certificate IV in Plumbing and Services*** Certificate IV in Domestic Waste Water and Environmental Plumbing Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Building)*** Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Estimating)

Plumber, roof plumber, gas fitter, plumber (mechanical)

Plumbing contractor, fire services supervisor, specialist hydraulic designer, site supervisor – low rise, building estimator

Diploma of Hydraulic Services Design Diploma of Building Design Diploma of Building and Construction (Building)*** Diploma of Building and Construction (Management)

Builder, building designer, site supervisor – medium and low rise, construction manager, project manager, consultant

Advanced Diploma of Building and Construction (Management)

Builder, site supervisor, senior office manager

***Offered at TAFE Queensland - Gold Coast Region.

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2018 PROGRAMS BY TRAINING CENTRE ASHMORE CODE

PROGRAM NAME

QCE CREDITS

CPC10111

Certificate I in Construction

3

AUR20716

Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation

4

UEE22011

Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start)

4

MEM20413

Certificate II in Engineering Pathways (Metal Focus)

4

52700WA

Certificate II in Plumbing

4

QCE CREDITS

COOMERA CODE

PROGRAM NAME

ICT30115

Certificate III in Information, Digital Media & Technology (Information Technology)

8

CUA30915

Certificate III in Music Industry (Direct entry pathway to Bachelor Degree)

7

CUA31015

Certificate III in Screen & Media (Direct entry pathway to Bachelor Degree)

6

COOMERA MARINE CODE

PROGRAM NAME

AUR20616

Certificate II in Marine Mechanical Technology

QCE CREDITS 4

HOSPITALITY HUB, SOUTHPORT CODE

PROGRAM NAME

SIT20316

Certificate II in Hospitality (Food and Beverage)

QCE CREDITS 4

SIT20416

Certificate II in Kitchen Operations

4

SOUTHPORT CODE

PROGRAM NAME

ACM20110

Certificate II in Animal Studies

4

SHB20116

Certificate II in Retail Cosmetics

4

SHB20216

Certificate II in Salon Assistant

4

BSB30415

Certificate III in Business Administration

8

HLT23215 / HLT33115

Certificate II in Health Support Services / Certificate III in Health Services Assistance

12

HLT43015

Certificate IV in Allied Health

8

HLT54115

Diploma of Nursing (Partial Completion - 6 Units)

6

HLT54115

Diploma of Nursing (Partial Completion - 10 Units)

8

CHC32015

Certificate III in Community Services

8

CHC52015

Diploma of Community Services (Partial Completion - 8 Units)

8

SIS20115 / SIS30315

Certificate II in Sport and Recreation / Certificate III in Fitness

12

SIS50612

Diploma of Sport Development (Partial Completion - 8 Units)

8

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07 5581 8300 tafegoldcoast.edu.au Disclaimer: All information was accurate at time of publication (26 July 2017). TAFE Queensland RTO NO. 0275 | CRICOS NO. 0302OE 17-1052_TQGC_TAFE at Schools Guide 2018_07_17

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