TAFE at School 2022 Course Guide - Gold Coast

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TAFE QUEENSLAND

TAFE AT SCHOOL 2022 COURSE GUIDE

GOLD COAST


CEO MESSAGE 2020 was a year of change for all of us, we responded and adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic, we also witnessed the first cohort of students use their Australian Tertiary Admission Ranks (ATARs) for entry to tertiary study, and so much more. What has not changed is that TAFE Queensland is here to support you in your next steps, to find your passion, and give you the best chance of finding stable employment and a career path to last your lifetime. Our organisation has a history of serving Queensland’s communities for more than 135 years, as the largest, most experienced vocational education and training (VET) provider in the state. TAFE Queensland’s training is delivered to over 110,000 students each year at more than 50 locations across Queensland, and we offer more than 500 practical, industry-relevant courses ranging from entrylevel certificates to bachelor degrees. Specifically designed to help you get more out of high school, we also offer a range of courses as part of our TAFE at School program. The great thing about these courses is that they fit around your studies which can help you kick start your career. Completing a qualification through our TAFE at School program also gives you direct entry into most of our courses at TAFE Queensland, access to a variety of university pathways, and multiple ways to get started on your trade qualification.

Certificate III or higher level qualifications that you complete while at school will also contribute to your ATAR. So completing a VET course is not just a great way to get a head start on your career, but it can also help you get into your dream university course sooner (if that is the path you have in mind). This guide features a range of information about the TAFE at School program from courses to university pathways and intakes to payment options, as well as information tailored for your parents and schools. For further information you can also visit our website at tafeqld.edu. au/schoolstudents, call 1300 308 233, or visit your local campus to speak to our friendly customer service team. I encourage you to speak to your teachers, VET coordinator and/or guidance counsellor, friends and family about your future. There is always an option and a pathway that is right for you, so see where TAFE can take you in 2022 and beyond.

Warm regards,

Mary Campbell Chief Executive Officer (CEO) TAFE Queensland

The information contained in this guide is correct at time of printing, 9 November 2021. For the most up to date information please refer to our website at www.tafeqld.edu.au. In many areas of Australia it is considered offensive to publish photographs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who are deceased. Readers are warned that this publication may inadvertently contain such photographs.

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CONTENTS How to apply................................................................................................................................... 04 Study areas..................................................................................................................................... 06 | INFORMATION FOR SCHOOL STUDENTS Why study at TAFE Queensland....................................................................................................... 08 About TAFE at School..................................................................................................................... 09 Term dates and intakes.................................................................................................................... 10 Student support.............................................................................................................................. 10 Costs and payment options............................................................................................................. 10 Pathways to your future................................................................................................................... 11 Post school options......................................................................................................................... 12 | OUR CAMPUSES Our facilities..................................................................................................................................... 13 Campus locations............................................................................................................................ 13 Getting to campus........................................................................................................................... 13 | INFORMATION FOR PARENTS About Vocational Education and Training (VET)................................................................................ 14 Why TAFE Queensland.................................................................................................................... 14 Parents’ guide for surviving senior schooling and beyond................................................................ 14 | INFORMATION FOR SCHOOLS How TAFE Queensland can help...................................................................................................... 15 Partnerships with Schools program................................................................................................. 15 IVET online portal............................................................................................................................. 15 Teacher aide training........................................................................................................................ 15 | COURSE INFORMATION Animal care............................................. 16

Hospitality and cookery........................... 28

Automotive.............................................. 17

ICT, information and networking.............. 30

Beauty and hairdressing.......................... 18

Maritime.................................................. 31

Building and construction........................ 20

Manufacturing and design....................... 32

Business, justice and management......... 21

Nursing and health.................................. 33

Community services................................ 22

Plumbing................................................. 36

Creative................................................... 23

Sports and fitness................................... 37

Electrotechnology and utilities.................. 26

Courses by location................................. 38

Engineering............................................. 27

Online courses......................................... 39

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GET MORE OUT OF HIGH SCHOOL WITH TAFE AT SCHOOL If you’re a Year 10*, 11 or 12 student you may be able to complete a TAFE Queensland qualification while you’re still at school. Choose from a variety of certificate I to diploma courses from a range of study areas from construction to community services, hospitality to health care and everything in between.

HOW TO APPLY To submit an application for a TAFE at School course, visit www.tafeapply.com. You’ll need the application code for the course in the location you want to apply for. These can be found at the back of this guide. You will also need your Learner Unique Identifier (LUI) and Unique Student Identifier (USI) numbers. If you don’t have a USI yet, head to www.usi.gov.au to get one.

* Subject to a letter of support from the school principal.

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STUDY AREAS Studying at TAFE Queensland gives you access to multiple pathways to kick start your career, even while you’re still at school. Whether you dream of a career in music or fitness, automotive or animal care, hospitality or engineering, we have a course that’s right for you.

ANIMAL CARE

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AUTOMOTIVE

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BEAUTY AND HAIRDRESSING

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Turn your love for animals into a career. Develop the skills to care for a variety of animals, as well as an understanding of the administration and business side of the industry.

If you have a passion for cars, trucks, boats, or bikes, then rev up your career with an automotive course. Develop your skills and choose to specialise in a range of areas.

Style your career with courses in beauty or hairdressing. Learn how to use your imagination to help others look and feel beautiful.

BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION

BUSINESS, JUSTICE AND MANAGEMENT

COMMUNITY SERVICES

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Get hands on and lay a solid foundation for your career. Develop practical skills to work in the building and construction industry with a range of trade courses.

CREATIVE

Turn your creative talents into a rewarding career. Develop the skills to work in design, music, or screen and media.

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Learn specialised skills in criminal justice. This field can lead you to an exciting range of employment opportunities.

ELECTROTECHNOLOGY AND UTILITIES

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Make a difference with a career in community services. You’ll work to promote the safety and well-being of children, families, and at-risk members of the community.

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Spark some life into your career. Develop practical skills to work across a range of electrical trade areas.

ENGINEERING

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Engineer your future for a hands-on career. Explore your options and gain practical skills and knowledge.


HOSPITALITY AND COOKERY

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The opportunities in hospitality are endless. You will gain in-demand skills to travel the world. Work behind-thescenes in the kitchen, or front of house at a restaurant, café, hotel or resort.

MANUFACTURING AND DESIGN

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Combine your love of design with hands-on, practical work. Put yourself in the best position to gain a cabinet making apprenticeship or seek employment as a trades assistant or product assembler.

SPORTS AND FITNESS

ICT, INFORMATION AND NETWORKING

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Technology puts the world at your fingertips. Develop your technical expertise and work in ICT, web and software development, cyber security or telecommunications.

NURSING AND HEALTH

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Help people in their time of need with a career in nursing and healthcare. Work in nursing, aged care, primary health care, allied health, pathology, or laboratory science.

MARITIME

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Make a splash with a career in the maritime industry. Develop the basic skills and knowledge needed to pursue an marine mechanical apprenticeship.

PLUMBING

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Build the basic skills and knowledge you need to start your plumbing career and get on the path to gaining an apprenticeship in plumbing.

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Strengthen your potential with a career in sports and fitness. Work as a personal trainer, group exercise instructor, coach, or outdoor adventure guide.

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INFORMATION FOR SCHOOL STUDENTS

WHY STUDY AT TAFE QUEENSLAND TAFE Queensland is the largest, most experienced training provider in the state. It’s a big statement, but one that’s backed up by research and our impressive track record.

OVER

MORE THAN

550+

139 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE

UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS WE TRAIN APPROXIMATELY

110,000

PRACTICAL, HANDS-ON

STUDENTS

COURSES THAT GET YOU JOB READY SOONER

EVERY YEAR

INDUSTRYEXPERIENCED

MORE THAN

TEACHERS, EAGER TO SHARE THEIR KNOWLEDGE

PURPOSE BUILT

500

ENTRY-LEVEL CERTIFICATES TO BACHELOR DEGREES

FACILITIES, SIMULATING A REAL WORLD WORK ENVIRONMENT

+ 50 LOCATIONS ACROSS QUEENSLAND

ALMOST

81%

OF GRADUATES GO ON TO WORK OR FURTHER STUDY

FLEXIBLE AND SUPPORTIVE

LEARNING ENVIRONMENT

*Post training outcome is sourced from the 2020 National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) VET Student Outcomes Survey

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ABOUT TAFE AT SCHOOL BENEFITS OF TAFE AT SCHOOL

around your senior studies Fits Get valuable Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE) credits* contribute to your Australian Tertiary Admissions May Rank (ATAR)* entry to any related TAFE Queensland course Direct Open up of university pathways Gain creditsa variety towards university studies an apprenticeship, diploma or practical skills in an adult learning environment Build Get work ready ^

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

ON CAMPUS

TAFE Queensland offers some of the best training facilities in the state, with advanced, industry-standard 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 also learn from our highlyqualified teachers and benefit from their vast experience.

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 qualification when you complete your course.

INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE

Some TAFE at School courses require you to complete work placements, or in some instances to work in the industry. This gives you the opportunity to build your skills and confidence dealing with real-life situations. Work placement requirements should be discussed with your teacher prior to commencement of study.

TRADE TASTER Year 10 school students have access to a Trade Taster program which is funded by the Queensland Government. This is unique to TAFE Queensland and offered at no cost. The program allows students to experience the trades industry by studying one unit of competency from different trade areas.

SCHOOL-BASED APPRENTICESHIP OR TRAINEESHIP TAFE Queensland offers both school-based apprenticeships and traineeships, which get 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). 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, this is funded by the Queensland Government; however you may need to pay some costs for tools and compulsory personal 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 training.qld.gov.au/ apprenticeshipsinfo.

QCE CREDITS To ensure breadth of learning within a QCE, credit will accrue for new learning only. QCE points listed in this guide are indicative of new learning only. For more information please visit www.qcaa.qld.edu.au/ to assess your individual circumstances and liaise with your School Careers team for further information.

ATAR AND VET A successful completed vocational education and training (VET) course, certificate III level and above, can now contribute to your ATAR. The single scaled score remains the same if the qualification level is the same. The course duration and study area do not influence the score. For example, a SIT30616 Certificate III in Hospitality and a CHC32015 Certificate III in Community Services will have the same scaled score. The scaled score for a completed diploma will be higher than a completed certificate IV. Which will again be higher than a completed certificate III. This means completing a VET course is not just a great way to get a head start on your career. It can also help you to get into your dream university course.

Enrolment into TAFE at School courses is subject to eligibility requirements. Talk to your VET coordinator or guidance counsellor, or visit our website for more information. *Eligibility conditions apply. ^Additional entry requirements may apply for select courses.

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TERM DATES AND INTAKES TAFE Queensland term dates align with Queensland school terms to fit with your senior studies.

QUEENSLAND SCHOOLS

TAFE QUEENSLAND

TERM 1

START Monday 24 January

START

Monday 24 January

FINISH Friday 1 April

FINISH

Friday 1 April

TERM 2

START Tuesday 19 April

START

Tuesday 19 April

FINISH Friday 24 June

FINISH

Friday 24 June

TERM 3

START Monday 11 July

START

Monday 11 July

FINISH Friday 16 September

FINISH

Friday 16 September

TERM 4

TERM DATES 2022

START Tuesday 4 October

START

Tuesday 4 October

FINISH Friday 9 December

FINISH

Friday 9 December

STUDENT SUPPORT Everyone’s journey is different and sometimes you need some extra support to achieve your study goals. We’re here to help. At TAFE Queensland our student support services are available for all of our students, making your learning experience just that little bit easier. Learn more at tafeqld.edu.au/studentsupport. If you are a TAFE at School student, your regular school support programs are also responsible for ensuring you receive appropriate levels of support while at TAFE. It is expected that if your school normally provides you with a participation assistant or similar for day-to-day learning or personal support, then they also provide this support when you attend your TAFE at School course.

Most TAFE at School courses have intakes in Semester 1 and/or Semester 2, so you can choose to start studying at a time that suits you. By choosing to start your first course in Year 10 in Semester 2, you can often complete two courses by the time you have six months left of school. This frees you up to concentrate on your studies for the rest of Year 12 so you can nail your final assignments and exams. Bonus: you’re ready to hit the ground running in finding a job to earn money, support a gap year or university studies, and kick start your career.

COST AND PAYMENT OPTIONS Costs vary from course-to-course and you can check our website for the most up-to-date prices. You may be eligible for a range of fee-free TAFE at School courses, covered under VET in Schools (VETiS) funding, this is funded by the Queensland Government. The courses advertised as VETiS funded in this guide are only applicable if you have not accessed VETiS funding in the past. For further information, please refer to the VETiS section of training.qld.gov.au. Eligible students are entitled to one VETiS funded program only. Payment plans may also be available to assist with payment of your course; however if you’re under 18 you 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: tafeqld.edu.au/policies.

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PATHWAYS TO YOUR FUTURE There are plenty of ways to land your dream career, so give yourself a head start and fast track your studies in the process with a TAFE at School course. Once you complete your TAFE at School course, you may be eligible for direct entry into any related TAFE Queensland diploma. When you complete your diploma, our partnerships with local universities can help guarantee you a place in a bachelor degree.

Certificate IV in Adult Tertiary Preparation (10765NAT)

Certificate I, II, III or IV

Senior College

Degree at TAFE Queensland

Degree at other university

Diploma

Year 10, 11 or 12 Qualifications

Advanced Diploma

Graduate Certificate / Diploma

Masters Degree

Associate Degree

Unilearn

PhD

OUR PARTNER UNIVERSITIES AND HIGHER EDUCATION PROVIDERS There’s more than one way to get into your dream university degree. TAFE Queensland has a range of pathway options and partners that can get you started on your university degree sooner.

AUSTRALIAN CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY

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POST-SCHOOL OPTIONS BECOME AN APPRENTICE OR TRAINEE

GET READY FOR UNIVERSITY

Learn hands on with the same equipment and tools used in industry, combining working for an employer and studying at TAFE Queensland, and graduate with a nationally-recognised qualification.

If you need to complete additional prerequisites for university during or after high school, Unilearn is the perfect option. You can study a range of subjects from maths and science to senior English.

Applying for an apprenticeship or traineeship 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 course can boost your chances of landing your dream job by demonstrating to a potential employer that you’re actively interested in their industry.

With the ability to study online and after hours, you can easily add a Unilearn subject or two to your senior schooling years. Unilearn subjects can also provide additional Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE) credit points.

The first step is to visit an Australian Apprenticeship Support Network (AASN) 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 directly with TAFE Queensland.

For more information visit tafeqld.edu.au/atp.

For more information visit tafeqld.edu.au/apprentices.

APPLY FOR A TAFE QUEENSLAND CERTIFICATE OR DIPLOMA After successfully completing a TAFE at School course/s you may be eligible for direct entry into any related TAFE Queensland diploma. It’s as simple as getting in contact with us and letting us know which course you want to study. Check out our website to see our full range of courses, from certificates through to diplomas and degrees at tafeqld.edu.au/courses.

Alternatively if you want to increase your tertiary admissions rank, our Adult Tertiary Preparation (ATP) course can help you achieve your goals.

GO TO UNIVERSITY There’s more than one way to get into your dream university course. Successfully completing a diploma at TAFE Queensland can help secure you a place in a bachelor degree through our partnerships with local universities. 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. Many of our diploma courses have formal articulation arrangements with some of Australia’s top universities. This means your university may also give you credit for your study at TAFE Queensland, shaving time off your degree. For more information visit tafeqld.edu.au/pathways.


OUR CAMPUSES No other provider can match TAFE Queensland for scale and location options. With more than 50 locations across the state we have Queensland covered, no matter where you are. To view all of our locations visit tafeqld.edu.au/locations. OUR FACILITIES Step into our purpose-built facilities where you will learn hands-on using the same tools and equipment used in industry. Put your theory into practice straight away in our clinical labs, salons, training restaurants, creative spaces, and trades workshops. Develop your skills, ability, and confidence and gain the practical experience you need to graduate job ready.

COOMERA CREATIVE COOMERA MARINE

For more information visit tafeqld.edu.au/facilities.

CAMPUS LOCATIONS Ashmore Cnr Heeb St and Benowa Rd Ashmore QLD 4214

SOUTHPORT ASHMORE TRADE TRAINING CENTRE

Coolangatta 5 Scott St Coolangatta QLD 4225 ROBINA

Coomera 198 Foxwell Rd Coomera QLD 4209 Coomera Marine 50 Waterway Dr Coomera QLD 4209

MORE THAN

50

Robina 209 Robina Town Centre Dr Robina QLD 4226

CAMPUSES LOCATED

Southport 91-99 Scarborough St Southport QLD 4215

GETTING TO CAMPUS Our campuses are accessible by both private and public transport, with full details available on individual campus pages on our website at tafeqld.edu.au/locations If you are a full-time student, you may be eligible for a student discount on public transport. For more information or to plan your travel call 13 12 30 or visit translink.com.au

COOLANGATTA

Tram

Ashmore Trade Training Centre Coolangatta Coomera Creative Coomera Marine Robina Southport

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INFORMATION FOR PARENTS It’s tough being a teenager in their final years of school, trying to decide what to do with the rest of their lives. The pressure’s on as early as Year 10 and it feels like results and choices will make or break their future. It can be tough for parents too. Knowing when to intervene or when to take a step back seems impossible at times. But your behind-the-scenes role is crucial to their success.

ABOUT VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING University is not for everyone. Vocational training is not for everyone. Education is for everyone. Most careers need some form of education and training. But they don’t all require a university degree. There are a variety of reasons your child or students should consider vocational education and training (VET). Perhaps they want to enter a trade, test out an industry, gain Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE) credits, or maybe they just need to improve or contribute towards their Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR).

WHY TAFE QUEENSLAND Not everyone learns in the same way or at the same pace. At TAFE Queensland there are as many options as there are individuals with pathway options to suit your child’s needs and help them kick start their career. For more information visit tafeqld.edu.au/parents.

BUSTING VET MYTHS The 2017 Perceptions are Not Reality report from Skills Australia debunked some of the most common misconceptions about vocational education and training in Australia. MYTH: Almost 30 per cent of Australians believe that university graduates find work more easily than VET graduates. FACT: VET graduates have a higher employment rate than university graduates. The average employment rate of a VET graduate is 78 per cent (it’s 69 per cent for university graduates). MYTH: One in five Australians believe that VET graduates earn less than university graduates. FACT: The average VET graduate actually earns similar wages to, if not more than, an average university graduate. MYTH: Three in five Australians believe we need university education more than VET to thrive in a globally competitive world. Almost half those people think VET is no longer as relevant as university education. FACT: VET aims to provide the skills we need to keep up with our quickly changing employment and industry trends. Additionally VET provides courses for nine out of 10 occupations predicted to have the greatest growth of new jobs over the next five years.

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INFORMATION FOR SCHOOLS Designed to deliver practical, workplace-specific skills and knowledge, VET covers a wide range of careers and industries. If you find that your students struggle in a traditional classroom, or if they’re tactile learners, VET may be where they will really shine.

HOW TAFE QUEENSLAND CAN HELP

IVET ONLINE PORTAL

With more than 500 nationally-recognised qualifications from entry-level certificates to bachelor degrees, studying at TAFE Queensland gives your students access to multiple pathways to get a head start on their careers.

TAFE Queensland has partnered with IVET to deliver greater timetable and delivery flexibility for teachers. IVET provides an online portal that enables teachers to have instant access to student progress, course information, digital resources, classroom management, PD logging, compliance, teacher qualification management, and more.

They will learn in industry-standard facilities, have access to a range of student support services, be able to take advantage of a wide range of university pathway options, and so much more. For more information visit tafeqld.edu.au/advisors.

IVET currently facilitates a selection of TAFE at School courses across a range of study areas, and more will be added as development continues.

PARTNERSHIP WITH SCHOOLS PROGRAM

TEACHER AIDE TRAINING

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.

TAFE Queensland also provides nationally-recognised training for teacher aides. Our strong relationships with schools means we can provide opportunities for your staff to gain knowledge and skills across a wide variety of workplace settings. For more information visit tafeqld.edu.au/education-support or contact us today.

Even though students are completing their training at school, they are enrolled with TAFE Queensland and are issued with a TAFE Queensland qualification on completion of their studies. To discuss a customised partnership arrangement for your school, please contact your local TAFE at School team.

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

CONTACT US For more information please contact your local TAFE at School team by emailing schools.goldcoast@tafe.qld.edu.au

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CERTIFICATE II IN ANIMAL STUDIES COURSE CODE: ACM20117

VETiS FUNDED* CORE UNITS ACMGAS201

Work in the animal care industry

ACMGAS202

Participate in workplace communications

ACMGAS203

Complete animal care hygiene routines

ACMGAS204

Feed and water animals

ACMGAS205

Assist in health care of animals

ACMGAS206

Provide basic first aid for animals

ACMSUS201

Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices

ACMWHS201

Participate in workplace health and safety processes

ANIMAL CARE

ELECTIVE UNITS

CAMPUS Ashmore

DURATION

ACMGAS209

Provide information on companion animals, products and services

ACMINF301

Comply with infection control policies and procedures in animal care work

ACMSPE304

Provide basic care of domestic dogs

ACMSPE305

Provide basic care of domestic cats

3.5 terms

STUDY MODE Mixed-Mode

WORKLOAD 1 day per week

PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER OUTCOMES

ACM20117 Certificate II in Animal Studies

Assistant dog groomer, animal shelter attendant, veterinary assistant

ACM30117 Certificate III in Animal Studies

Animal health officer, animal control and regulation assistant, animal technician, animal trainer, kennel or shelter attendant

ACM40418 Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing

Veterinary nurse

QCE CREDITS 4 credits

Kick start your career in the animal care industry and get qualified to work as an assistant dog groomer, veterinary assistant, or animal shelter attendant.

Location of delivery may change, please contact TAFE Queensland for the most up to date information. Practical Assessment is required and may be conducted at external facilities on a scheduled course delivery day. This activity will be coordinated by TAFE Queensland and students will be informed post course commencement. Personal Protective Equipment. Uniform (to be purchased by student) and black closed in waterproof shoes are required. *No cost to student or school. Subsidised by the Queensland Government under the VET in Schools Program (VETiS). For eligibility go to www.training.qld.gov.au/ providers/funded/vetis This qualification has been replaced by ACM20121 - Certificate II in Animal Care, as of 12 April 2021. Please note: a transition period applies to enable current students to complete their study. The transition period for this course finishes on 12 April 2023. If required, enrolment will be transitioned into the replacement qualification.

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CERTIFICATE II IN AUTOMOTIVE VOCATIONAL PREPARATION COURSE CODE: AUR20716

VETiS FUNDED* CORE UNITS AURETR003

Identify automotive electrical systems and components

AURLTA001

Identify automotive mechanical systems and components

AURTTK002

Use and maintain tools and equipment in an automotive workplace

AURAEA002

Follow environmental and sustainability best practice in an automotive workplace

AURAFA003

Communicate effectively in an automotive workplace

AURAFA004

Resolve routine problems in an automotive workplace

AURASA002

Follow safe working practices in an automotive workplace

ELECTIVE UNITS Identify, select and use low voltage electrical test equipment

AURTTA001

Remove and tag steering, suspension and braking system components

AURTTA002

Assist with automotive workplace activities

AURTTA004

Carry out servicing operations

AURTTE003

Remove and tag engine system components

CAMPUS Ashmore

DURATION 4 terms

STUDY MODE Face-to-face

WORKLOAD PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER OUTCOMES

1 day per week

QCE CREDITS AUR20716 Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation

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

APPRENTICESHIPS AUR30620 - Certificate III in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology AUR30316 - Certificate III in Automotive Electrical Technology AUR31220 - Certificate III in Mobile Plant Technology AUR31520 - Certificate III in Automotive Diesel Engine Technology AUR31120 - Certificate III in Heavy Commercial Vehicle Mechanical Technology

AUR40216 Certificate IV in Automotive Mechanical Diagnosis***

Automotive electrician, automotive air-conditioning fitter, automotive electrical fitter, automotive mechanic, diesel fitter

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

4 credits

Prepare for your career in the automotive industry with this entry-level course. Successful completion of this qualification will give you the basic skills and knowledge needed to pursue an automotive apprenticeship.

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. Personal Protective Equipment. Students will need to purchase steel capped boots. *No cost to student or school. Subsidised by the Queensland Government under the VET in Schools Program (VETiS). For eligibility go to www.training. qld.gov.au/providers/funded/vetis *** Not Offered at TAFE Queensland, Gold Coast. This program has been replaced by AUR20720 Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation, as of 12 November 2020. A transition period applies to enable current students to complete their study. The transition period finishes on 10 December 2022. If required, enrolments will be transitioned into the replacement qualification.

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AUTOMOTIVE

AURETK001


CERTIFICATE II IN RETAIL COSMETICS COURSE CODE: SHB20116

VETiS FUNDED*

BEAUTY AND HAIRDRESSING

CORE UNITS BSBWHS201

Contribute to health and safety of self and others

SHBBCCS001

Advise on beauty products and services

SHBBMUP002

Design and apply make-up

SHBXCCS001

Conduct salon financial transactions

SHBXCCS004

Recommend products and services

SHBXIND001

Comply with organisational requirements within a personal services environment

SHBXIND002

Communicate as part of a salon team

SIRRMER001

Produce visual merchandise displays

SIRXIND003

Organise personal work requirements

CAMPUS

SIRXSLS001

Sell to the retail customer

Southport

ELECTIVE UNITS

Robina (from Semester 2, 2022)

BSBSUS201

Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices

SHBBFAS001

Provide lash and brow services

SHBBMUP003

Design and apply make-up for photography

SHBBNLS001

Provide manicure and pedicure services

SIRRINV001

Receive and handle retail stock

DURATION 4 terms

STUDY MODE Face-to-face

WORKLOAD 1 day per week

QCE CREDITS

PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER OUTCOMES

SHB20116 Certificate II in Retail Cosmetics

Retail cosmetic assistant

SHB30115 Certificate III in Beauty Services

Beautician, beauty consultants, make-up artist

SHB50115 Diploma of Beauty Therapy

Beauty therapist

4 credits

Embark upon a career in retail cosmetics with this entry-level qualification. Gain experience and skills that will help you forge a pathway as a retail sales consultant in the beauty industry.

UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS Bachelor of Business and Commerce University of Southern Queensland

Personal Protective Equipment. Enclosed shoes are required. *No cost to student or school. Subsidised by the Queensland Government under the VET in Schools Program (VETiS). For eligibility go to www.training.qld.gov.au/ providers/funded/vetis

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CERTIFICATE II IN SALON ASSISTANT COURSE CODE: SHB20216

VETiS FUNDED* CORE UNITS BSBWHS201

Contribute to health and safety of self and others

SHBHBAS001

Provide shampoo and basin services

SHBHDES001

Dry hair to shape

SHBHIND001

Maintain and organise tools, equipment and work areas

SHBXCCS001

Conduct salon financial transactions

SHBXCCS003

Greet and prepare clients for salon services

SHBXIND001

Comply with organisational requirements within a personal services environment

SHBXIND002

Communicate as part of a salon team

ELECTIVE UNITS Provide head, neck and shoulder massages for relaxation

SIRRMER001

Produce visual merchandise displays

SHBHDES002

Braid hair

SHBHIND002

Research and use hairdressing industry information

CAMPUS Southport Robina (from Semester 2, 2022)

DURATION 4 terms

STUDY MODE Face-to-face

WORKLOAD 1 day per week PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER OUTCOMES

QCE CREDITS 4 credits

SHB20216 Certificate II in Salon Assistant

Hair salon assistant

HAIRDRESSING APPRENTICESHIP SHB30416 Certificate III in Hairdressing SHB30516 Certificate III in Barbering

Kick start your career in hairdressing with this preapprenticeship course. You’ll gain the basic skills needed to work as a salon assistant.

Hairdresser, hair stylist, barber

SHB40216 Certificate IV in Hairdressing>

Senior stylist

SHB50216 Diploma of Salon Management>

Salon manager

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. Personal Protective Equipment. Enclosed shoes are required. *No cost to student or school. Subsidised by the Queensland Government under the VET in Schools Program (VETiS). For eligibility go to www.training.qld.gov.au/providers/funded/vetis

>

Not offered at TAFE Queensland.

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BEAUTY AND HAIRDRESSING

SHBHBAS002


CERTIFICATE I IN CONSTRUCTION COURSE CODE: CPC10120

VETiS FUNDED* CORE UNITS CPCCCM1011

Undertake basic estimation and costing

CPCCCM2004

Handle construction materials

CPCCCM2005

Use construction tools and equipment

CPCCOM1012

Work effectively and sustainably in the construction industry

CPCCOM1013

Plan and organise work

CPCCVE1011

Undertake a basic construction project

CPCCWHS1001

Prepare to work safely in the construction industry

CPCCWHS2001

Apply WHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry

BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION

ELECTIVE UNITS CPCCCM2006

Apply basic levelling procedures

CAMPUS

CPCCOM1014

Conduct workplace communication

Ashmore

CPCCOM1015

Carry out measurements and calculations

DURATION 4 terms

STUDY MODE

PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER OUTCOMES

CPC10120 Certificate I in Construction

Construction apprentice, construction and mining labourer, construction trades worker

Face-to-face

WORKLOAD 1 day per week

QCE CREDITS 3 credits

Gain basic skills and increase your prospects for a career in a huge range of construction occupations with this entry-level course.

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.

APPRENTICESHIPS CPC30220 Certificate III in Carpentry CPC31920 Certificate III in Joinery*** CPC30120 Certificate III in Shopfitting CPC33020 Certificate III in Bricklaying/ Blocklaying CPC30620 Certificate III in Painting and Decorating CPC31020 Certificate III in Solid Plastering*** CPC30820 Certificate III in Roof Tiling*** CPC32320 Certificate III in Stonemasonry (Monumental/Installations)*** CPC31220 Certificate III in Wall and Ceiling Lining MSF30818 Certificate III in Flooring Technology*** CPC31320 Certificate III in Wall and Floor Tiling

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

CPC40120 Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Building) CPC40308 Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Estimating)***

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

CPP50921 Diploma of Building Design CPC50220 Diploma of Building and Construction (Building) CPC50308 Diploma of Building and Construction (Management)***

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

CPC60220 Advanced Diploma of Building and Construction (Management)***

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

Personal Protective Equipment. Students will need to purchase steel capped boots. *No cost to student or school. Subsidised by the Queensland Government under the VET in Schools Program (VETiS). For eligibility go to www.training.qld.gov.au/ providers/funded/vetis ***Not offered at TAFE Queensland, Gold Coast.

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UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS


CERTIFICATE IV IN CRIME AND JUSTICE STUDIES COURSE CODE: 10283NAT

FEE FOR SERVICE

CORE UNITS BSBLEG413

Identify and apply the legal framework

BSBRES411

Analyse and present research information

CJSDCP402

Prepare documentation for court proceedings

CJSCOM401

Provide information and referral advice on justice related issues

CJSSJI403

Analyse social justice issues

PSPREG003

Apply regulatory powers

ELECTIVE UNITS Apply the principles of evidence law

BSBWOR404

Develop work priorities

PSPETH003

Promote the values and ethos of public service

PSPLEG002

Encourage compliance with legislation in the public sector

CAMPUS Southport

DURATION 4 terms PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER OUTCOMES

10283NAT Certificate IV in Crime and Justice Studies

Police officer, corrective services officer, court services officer, youth justice roles, legal secretary, compliance officer

10284NAT Diploma of Crime and Justice Studies***

Corrective services officer, police officer, paralegal, various justice roles, regulatory investigator, court services officer, customs and border force officer

STUDY MODE Face-to-face

BSB52215 Diploma of Legal Services***

Legal services support officer, legal secretary, conveyancer, paralegal

WORKLOAD 1 day per week (with additional work from home required)

QCE CREDITS 8 credits

ATAR Successful completion of this course can count towards your ATAR ranking which may be used towards university entry

UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice – Griffith University Bachelor of Business and Commerce – University of Southern Queensland Bachelor of Criminology and Justice – University of the Sunshine Coast Bachelor of Laws – James Cook University

Take the next step with this mid-level qualification in crime and justice studies. The course was developed in consultation with the Queensland Police Service (QPS) to increase employability in crime and justice related fields.

***Not offered at TAFE Queensland, Gold Coast. This accredited course is expiring. A transition period applies to enable current students to complete their study. The transition period finishes on 29 September 2023. Enrolments must be finalised by this date.

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BUSINESS, JUSTICE AND MANAGEMENT

BSBLEG417


CERTIFICATE II IN COMMUNITY SERVICES COURSE CODE: CHC22015

VETiS FUNDED* CORE UNITS HLTWHS001

Participate in workplace health and safety

CHCDIV001

Work with diverse people

CHCCOM005

Communicate and work in health or community services

CHCCOM001

Provide first point of contact

BSBWOR202

Organise and complete daily work activities

COMMUNITY SERVICES

ELECTIVE UNITS

CAMPUS

CHCADV001

Facilitate the interests and rights of clients

CHCDIV002

Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety

CHCCCS016

Respond to client needs

HLTAID002

Provide basic emergency life support

Southport

DURATION 3.5 terms

PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER OUTCOMES

CHC22015 Certificate II in Community Services

Assistant community service worker

CHC32015 Certificate III in Community Services

Varied community support worker roles, neighbourhood centre worker, community services worker

CHC50313 Diploma of Child, Youth and Family Intervention

Child protection worker, residential care worker

CHC51015 Diploma of Counselling

Counsellor, support worker

CHC52015 Diploma of Community Services

Social housing coordinator, community service worker, welfare worker, case manager, family support worker

CHC50413 Diploma of Youth Work

Residential care officer, youth worker

STUDY MODE Mixed-Mode (Online access to content with 5 timetabled face-to-face workshops throughout the course)

WORKLOAD Online access to content with 5 timetabled face-to-face workshops throughout the course

QCE CREDITS 4 credits

Start your career in community services with this entry-level qualification. This course will give you the foundation skills required to enter the community services industry or complete further studies in this field.

UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS

*No cost to student or school. Subsidised by the Queensland Government under the VET in Schools Program (VETiS). For eligibility go to www.training.qld.gov.au/providers/funded/vetis

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Bachelor of Child and Family Studies - Griffith University Bachelor of Human Services - University of Southern Queensland Bachelor of Social Work University of the Sunshine Coast Bachelor of Human Services Griffith University Bachelor of Science (Psychology) - University of Southern Queensland Bachelor of Counselling University of the Sunshine Coast Bachelor of Psychological Science and Counselling - ACAP


CERTIFICATE III IN DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS COURSE CODE: CUA30715

FEE FOR SERVICE CORE UNITS BSBDES201

Follow a design process

BSBDES301

Explore the use of colour

BSBDES302

Explore and apply the creative design process to 2D forms

BSBDES303

Explore and apply the creative design process to 3D forms

BSBDES304

Source and apply design industry knowledge

BSBWHS201

Contribute to health and safety of self and others

CUAACD301

Produce drawings to communicate ideas

ELECTIVE UNITS Produce and prepare photo images

CUADIG405

Produce innovative digital images

CUAPHI302

Capture photographic images

CUAPHI303

Process photo images to work-print and file stage

ICPPRP224

Produce pages using a page layout application

CAMPUS Coomera

DURATION 4 terms

STUDY MODE Face-to-face PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER OUTCOMES

WORKLOAD 1 day per week

CUA30715 Certificate III In Design Fundamentals

Photographer’s assistant, junior design assistant

QCE CREDITS 8 credits

ATAR CUA50720 Diploma of Graphic Design

UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS 3007084 Bachelor of Digital Media - Southern Cross University

Graphic designer

Successful completion of this course can count towards your ATAR ranking which may be used towards university entry

Begin your career in design with this entry-level course that will qualify you to work as a junior designer or photographer’s assistant. It will also give you the skills you need to undertake further studies.

This qualification has been replaced by CUA30720 – Certificate III in Design Fundamentals as of 15 April 2021. A transition period applies to enable current students to complete their study. The transition period finishes on 16 October 2022. If required, enrolments will be transitioned into the replacement qualification.

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CREATIVE

CUADIG303


CERTIFICATE III IN MUSIC INDUSTRY (PERFORMANCE) COURSE CODE: CUA30915

FEE FOR SERVICE CORE UNITS CUAIND303

Work effectively in the music industry

CUAMLT302

Apply knowledge of style and genre to music industry practice

CUACMP301

Implement copyright arrangements

BSBWHS201

Contribute to health and safety of self and others

CREATIVE

ELECTIVE UNITS

CAMPUS Coomera

DURATION

CUAMCP301

Compose simple songs or musical pieces

CUAMCP302

Write song lyrics

CUAMLT303

Notate music

CUAMPF203

Develop ensemble skills for playing or singing music

CUAMPF302

Prepare for performances

CUAMPF301

Develop technical skills in performance

CUAMLT301

Develop and apply aural perception skills

4 terms

STUDY MODE Face-to-face

WORKLOAD

PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER OUTCOMES

CUA30915 Certificate III in Music Industry (Performance)

Musician, sound assistant, music assistant, performer

CUA50815 Diploma of Music Industry (Performance)

Music industry professional, composer for film and tv, musician and vocalist

CUA50815 Diploma of Music Industry (Sound Production)

Assistant sound engineer, stage manger, producer, live engineer

1 day per week

QCE CREDITS 7 credits

ATAR Successful completion of this course can count towards your ATAR ranking which may be used towards university entry

Start your career in music with this entry-level course that will help you get your big break on stage.

UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS 3003140 Bachelor of Contemporary Music - Southern Cross University

This qualification has been replaced by CUA30920 - Certificate III in Music, as of 15 April 2021. A transition period applies to enable current students to complete their study. The transition period finishes on 16 October 2022. If required, enrolments will be transitioned into the replacement qualification.

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CERTIFICATE III IN SCREEN AND MEDIA COURSE CODE: CUA31015

FEE FOR SERVICE CORE UNITS BSBCRT301

Develop and extend critical and creative thinking skills

BSBWHS201

Contribute to health and safety of self and others

CUAIND301

Work effectively in the creative arts industry

ELECTIVE UNITS Explore and apply the creative design process to 3D forms

CUAANM302

Create 3D digital animations

CUAANM303

Create 3D digital models

CUADIG301

Prepare video assets

CUADIG303

Produce and prepare photo images

CUADIG304

Create visual design components

CUASOU304

Prepare audio assets

ICTWEB302

Build simple websites using commercial programs

CAMPUS Coomera

DURATION 4 terms

STUDY MODE Face-to-face PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER OUTCOMES

WORKLOAD 1 day per week

CUA31015 Certificate III in Screen and Media

CUA50720 Diploma of Graphic Design CUA51015 Diploma of Screen and Media CUA51015 Diploma of Screen and Media (Interactive Media)

UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS 3007084 Bachelor of Digital Media - Southern Cross University

Camera and lighting assistant, program maker and presenter, web designer

QCE CREDITS 6 credits

ATAR Graphic designer, interactive media designer, game designer, web developer/designer, screen producer

Successful completion of this course can count towards your ATAR ranking which may be used towards university entry

Kick start your career in the media with this entry-level course that will prepare you to create content for a range of media and visual design components.

This qualification has been replaced by CUA31020 – Certificate III in Screen and Media, as of 15 April 2021. A transition period applies to enable current students to complete their study. The transition period finishes on 16 October 2022. If required, enrolments will be transitioned into the replacement qualification.

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CREATIVE

BSBDES303


CERTIFICATE II IN ELECTROTECHNOLOGY (CAREER START) COURSE CODE: UEE22011

VETiS FUNDED* CORE UNITS UEENEEE101A

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

UEENEEE104A

Solve problems in d.c. circuits

UEENEEE141A

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

UEENEEE148A

Carry out routine work activities in an energy sector environment

UEENEEE179A

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

UEENEEK142A

Apply environmentally and sustainable procedures in the energy sector

ELECTROTECHNOLOGY AND UTILITIES

ELECTIVE UNITS #

CAMPUS Ashmore

DURATION

CPCCWHS1001

Prepare to work safely in the construction industry

UEENEEE102A

Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components

UEENEEE105A

Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment

UEENEEE130A

Provide solutions and report on routine electrotechnology problems

HLTAID001

Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation

5 terms

STUDY MODE Face-to-face

WORKLOAD 1 day per week

QCE CREDITS 4 credits

Get your career in electrotechnology started with this entry-level course. Build the skills and confidence you need to seek an apprenticeship in a range of electrical trade areas.

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. Personal Protective Equipment. Students will need to purchase steel capped boots. *No cost to student or school. Subsidised by the Queensland Government under the VET in Schools Program (VETiS). For eligibility go to www.training.qld.gov.au/providers/funded/vetis ***Not offered at TAFE Queensland, Gold Coast. >

Not offered at TAFE Queensland.

#Elective

units may change.

This qualification has been replaced by UEE22020 - Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start), as of 4 October 2020. A transition period applies to enable current students to complete their study. The transition period finishes on 3 October 2022. If required, enrolments will be transitioned into the replacement qualification.

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PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER OUTCOMES

UEE22011 Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start)

Electrotechnolgy apprentice, trade assistant

APPRENTICESHIPS UEE30811 Certificate III in Electrotechnology (Electrician) UEE31220 Certificate III in Instrumentation and Control*** UEE32211 Certificate III in Air-conditioning and Refrigeration UEE32120 Certificate III in Appliance Service*** UEE30920 Certificate III in Electronics and Communication*** UEE33020 Certificate III in Electrical Fitting

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

UEE40620 Certificate IV in Electrotechnology - Systems Electrician> UEE42620 Certificate IV in Hazardous Areas - Electrical*** UEE43220 Certificate IV in Industrial Automation and Control*** UEE40411 Certificate IV in Electrical - Instrumentation***

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

UEE50520 Diploma of Electronics and Communications Engineering*** UEE51020 Diploma of Instrumentation and Control Engineering> UEE51220 Diploma of Airconditioning and Refrigeration Engineering***

Technical officer specialising in electrical, engineering, instrumentation and control, electronics and communications, or refrigeration and air-conditioning

UEE62120 Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology - Electrical UEE60220 Advanced Diploma of Electronics and Communications Engineering***

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

UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS


CERTIFICATE II IN ENGINEERING PATHWAYS COURSE CODE: MEM20413

VETiS FUNDED* CORE UNITS MEM13014A

Apply principles of occupational health and safety in the work environment

MSAENV272B

Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices

MEMPE005A

Develop a career plan for the engineering and manufacturing industry

MEMPE006A

Undertake a basic engineering project

ELECTIVE UNITS Organise and communicate information

MEM16008A

Interact with computing technology

MEM18001C

Use hand tools

MEM18002B

Use power tools/hand held operations

MSAPMSUP106A

Work in a team

MEMPE001A

Use engineering workshop machines

MEMPE002A

Use electric welding machines

MEMPE007A

Pull apart and re-assemble engineering mechanisms

CAMPUS Ashmore

DURATION 4 terms

STUDY MODE PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER OUTCOMES

MEM20413 Certificate II in Engineering Pathways

Engineering apprentice

Face-to-face

WORKLOAD 1 day per week

QCE CREDITS

APPRENTICESHIPS

4 credits

MEM30319 Certificate III in Engineering – Fabrication Trade MEM30219 Certificate III in Engineering – Mechanical Trade MEM30819 Certificate III in Locksmithing*** MEM30719 Certificate III in Marine Craft Construction

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

MEM30505 Certificate III in Engineering - Technical***

Entry level draftsperson

MEM40119 Certificate IV in Engineering MEM40412 Certificate IV in Engineering Drafting***

Higher engineering tradesperson, special class tradesperson, draftsperson

MEM50212 Diploma of Engineering - Technical***

Engineering technician, maintenance technician, mechanical engineering technician, mechatronics technician

MEM60112 Advanced Diploma of Engineering***

Engineering associate-mechanical, engineering associate-mechatronics mechanical engineering technician

Explore your options and gain practical skills and knowledge with this entry-level engineering course. Increase your prospects of gaining an engineering apprenticeship.

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. Personal Protective Equipment. Students will need to purchase steel capped boots and have long cotton pants and long sleeve cotton shirt. *No cost to student or school. Subsidised by the Queensland Government under the VET in Schools Program (VETiS). For eligibility go to www.training.qld.gov.au/providers/funded/vetis ***Not offered at TAFE Queensland, Gold Coast.

UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) Queensland University of Technology Bachelor of Engineering Science University of Southern Queensland

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ENGINEERING

MEM16006A


CERTIFICATE II IN HOSPITALITY COURSE CODE: SIT20316

VETIS FUNDED* CORE UNITS SITXWHS001

Participate in safe work practices

SITXCOM002

Show social and cultural sensitivity

SITXCCS003

Interact with customers

SITHIND003

Use hospitality skills effectively

SITHIND002

Source and use information on the hospitality industry

BSBWOR203

Work effectively with others

HOSPITALITY AND COOKERY

ELECTIVE UNITS

CAMPUS Southport Robina (from Semester 2, 2022)

SITXFIN001

Process financial transactions

SITHFAB007

Serve food and beverage

SITHFAB005

Prepare and serve espresso coffee

SITHFAB004

Prepare and serve non-alcoholic beverages

SITHFAB001

Clean and tidy bar areas

SITHFAB002

Provide responsible service of alcohol

DURATION 4 terms

STUDY MODE Face-to-face

PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER OUTCOMES

SIT20316 Certificate II in Hospitality (Food and Beverage)

Bar attendant, cafe attendant, catering assistant, food and beverage attendant, front office assistant, porter, room attendant

SIT30616 Certificate III in Hospitality

Food and beverage attendant, function attendant, function host, gaming attendant, restaurant host, senior bar attendant, waiter

SIT50416 Diploma of Hospitality Management

Motel manager, gaming manager, sous chef, restaurant manager, banquet manager, functions manager, cafe or restaurant manager, bar manager

WORKLOAD 1 days per week

QCE CREDITS 4 credits

This course offers you an introduction to hospitality and develops your skills and knowledge preparing you for your start in the industry. Learn the basic skills to work effectively and safely, discover how to interact with customers, increase your hospitality knowledge and skills and boost your cultural awareness.

*No cost to student or school. Subsidised by the Queensland Government under the VET in Schools Program (VETiS). For eligibility go to www.training.qld.gov.au/providers/funded/vetis

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UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS Bachelor of International Tourism and Hotel Management – Griffith University Bachelor of Business and Commerce – University of Southern Queensland Bachelor of Business – University of the Sunshine Coast


CERTIFICATE II IN KITCHEN OPERATIONS COURSE CODE: SIT20416

VETIS FUNDED* CORE UNITS BSBWOR203

Work effectively with others

SITHCCC001

Use food preparation equipment

SITHCCC005

Prepare dishes using basic methods of cookery

SITHCCC011

Use cookery skills effectively

SITHKOP001

Clean kitchen premises and equipment

SITXFSA001

Use hygienic practices for food safety

SITXINV002

Maintain the quality of perishable items

SITXWHS001

Participate in safe work practices

ELECTIVE UNITS Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices

SITHCCC003

Prepare and present sandwiches

SITHCCC006

Prepare appetisers and salads

CAMPUS Southport Robina (from Semester 2, 2022)

SITHCCC007

Prepare stocks, sauces and soups

SITHCCC008

Prepare vegetable, fruit, egg and farinaceous dishes

DURATION 4 terms

STUDY MODE PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER OUTCOMES

Face-to-face

WORKLOAD SIT20416 Certificate II in Kitchen Operations

Fast food cook, catering assistant

SIT30816 Certificate III in Commercial Cookery

Chef

SIT40516 Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery

Chef, Chef de partie

SIT50416 Diploma of Hospitality Management

Banquet or function manager, bar manager, club manager, restaurant manager

1 day per week

QCE CREDITS 4 credits

This course provides a pathway to work back of house in organisations such as restaurants, hotels, catering operations, clubs, pubs, cafes, coffee shops and institutions such as aged care facilities, hospitals and schools.

UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS Bachelor of International Tourism and Hotel Management – Griffith University Bachelor of Business – William Blue College of Hospitality and Management Bachelor of Business – University of the Sunshine Coast Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality Management – Southern Cross University

*No cost to student or school. Subsidised by the Queensland Government under the VET in Schools Program (VETiS). For eligibility go to www.training.qld.gov.au/providers/funded/vetis

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HOSPITALITY AND COOKERY

BSBSUS201


CERTIFICATE III IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (NETWORKING) COURSE CODE: ICT30120

FEE FOR SERVICE CORE UNITS BSBCRT301

Develop and extend critical and creative thinking skills

BSBXCS303

Securely manage personally identifiable information and workplace information

BSBXTW301

Work in a team

ICTICT313

Identify IP, ethics and privacy policies in ICT environments

ICTPRG302

Apply introductory programming techniques

ICTSAS305

Provide ICT advice to clients

ICT, INFORMATION AND NETWORKING

ELECTIVE UNITS ICTNWK307

Provide network systems administration

ICTNWK308

Determine and action network problems

CAMPUS

ICTNWK309

Configure and administer network operating systems

Coomera

ICTNWK310

Administer network peripherals

DURATION

ICTCLD301

Evaluate characteristics of cloud computing solutions and services

ICTNWK311

Install and test network protocols

4 terms

STUDY MODE Face-to-face

WORKLOAD 1 day per week

QCE CREDITS

PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER OUTCOMES

ICT30120 Certificate III in Information Technology

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

22334VIC Certificate IV in Cyber Security

Cyber security support officer, security penetration tester, information systems security support officer, network security support officer, website security support officer

ICT50418 Diploma of Information Technology Networking ICT50718 Diploma of Software Development

Network administrator, network engineer

8 credits

ATAR Successful completion of this course can count towards your ATAR ranking which may be used towards university entry

Explore a career in information and communications technology (ICT) with this entry-level qualification. Choose a specialisation that suits your career goals and get qualified to work across a variety of ICT roles.

UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS 3002111 Bachelor of Information Technology - Southern Cross University

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CERTIFICATE II IN AUTOMOTIVE VOCATIONAL PREPARATION (MARINE FOCUS) COURSE CODE: AUR20716

VETiS FUNDED* CORE UNITS AURETR003

Identify automotive electrical systems and components

AURLTA001

Identify automotive mechanical systems and components

AURTTK002

Use and maintain tools and equipment in an automotive workplace

AURAEA002

Follow environmental and sustainability best practice in an automotive

AURAFA003

Communicate effectively in an automotive workplace

AURAFA004

Resolve routine problems in an automotive workplace

AURASA002

Follow safe working practices in an automotive workplace

ELECTIVE UNITS Identify, select and use low voltage electrical test equipment

AURRTE001

Carry out wet run tests on vessel outboard engines

AURRTE002

Inspect and service marine outboard engines

AURRTQ002

Inspect and service marine jet drive propulsion systems

AURRTE003

Inspect and service marine inboard engines

CAMPUS Coomera Marine

DURATION 4 terms

STUDY MODE Face-to-face

WORKLOAD PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER OUTCOMES

1 day per week

QCE CREDITS AUR20716 Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation

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

APPRENTICESHIPS AUR31520 Certificate III in Automotive Diesel Engine Technology AUR30520 Certificate III in Marine Mechanical Technology AUR30312 Certificate III in Automotive Electrical Technology AUR31120 Certificate III in Heavy Commercial Vehicle Mechanical Technology AUR31316 Certificate III in Automotive Engine Reconditioning*** AUM30218 Certificate III in Automotive Manufacturing Technical Operations - Bus, Truck and Trailer*** AUR31820 Certificate III in Heavy Commercial Trailer Technology*** AUR30620 Certificate III in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology

AUR40216 Certificate IV in Automotive Mechanical Diagnosis***

Automotive electrician, automotive air-conditioning fitter, automotive electrical fitter, automotive mechanic, diesel fitter, marine mechanic, marine technician, marine serviceperson

4 credits

Prepare for your career in the marine industry with this entry-level course. Successful completion of this qualification will give you the basic skills and knowledge to pursue a marine mechanical apprenticeship.

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.

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

Personal Protective Equipment. Students will need to purchase steel capped boots. *No cost to student or school. Subsidised by the Queensland Government under the VET in Schools Program (VETiS). For eligibility go to www.training. qld.gov.au/providers/funded/vetis *** Not Offered at TAFE Queensland, Gold Coast. This program has been replaced by AUR20720 Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation, as of 12 November 2020. A transition period applies to enable current students to complete their study. The transition period finishes on 10 December 2022. If required, enrolments will be transitioned into the replacement qualification.

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MARITIME

AURETK001


CERTIFICATE II IN FURNITURE MAKING PATHWAYS COURSE CODE: MSF20516

VETiS FUNDED* CORE UNITS MSFGN2001

Make measurements and calculations

MSMENV272

Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices

MSFFP2002

Develop a career plan for the furnishing industry

MSFFP2001

Undertake a basic furniture making project

MSMPCI103

Demonstrate care and apply safe practices at work

MANUFACTURING AND DESIGN

ELECTIVE UNITS

CAMPUS Ashmore

DURATION 4 terms

MSFFP2006

Make simple timber joints

MSMSUP106

Work in a team

MSFFP2003

Prepare surfaces

MSFFP2005

Join furnishing materials

MSFFM2001

Use furniture making sector hand and power tools

MSFFP2004

Apply domestic surface coatings

MSFFM2003

Select and apply hardware

STUDY MODE Mixed-Mode

WORKLOAD 1 day per week

QCE CREDITS

PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER OUTCOMES

MSF20516 Certificate II in Furniture Making Pathways

Cabinet making apprentice, product assembler, trades assistant

4 credits

Kick start your career in the furnishing industry with this entry-level course. Gain foundation skills and build the confidence you need to find a cabinet making apprenticeship.

Personal Protective Equipment. Students will need to purchase steel capped boots. *No cost to student or school. Subsidised by the Queensland Government under the VET in Schools Program (VETiS). For eligibility go to www.training.qld.gov.au/providers/funded/vetis ***Not Offered at TAFE Queensland, Gold Coast.

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APPRENTICESHIPS MSF31113 Certificate III in Cabinet Making MSF30113 Certificate III in Furniture Finishing*** MSF30313 Certificate III in Timber and Composites Machining*** MSF30713 Certificate III in Upholstery***

Cabinet maker, furniture finisher, wood machinist, upholsterer


CERTIFICATE II IN HEALTH SUPPORT SERVICES / CERTIFICATE III IN HEALTH SERVICES ASSISTANCE (DUAL AWARD) COURSE CODE: HLT23215/HLT33115

PARTLY VETiS FUNDED* CORE UNITS CHCCOM005

Communicate and work in health or community services

CHCDIV001

Work with diverse people

HLTINF001

Comply with infection prevention and control policies and procedures

HLTWHS001

Participate in workplace health and safety

HLTAAP001

Recognise healthy body systems

BSBMED301

Interpret and apply medical terminology appropriately

BSBWOR301

Organise personal work priorities and development

ELECTIVE UNITS Respond effectively to behaviours of concern

CHCCCS012

Prepare and maintain beds

CHCCCS026

Transport individuals

BSBFLM312

Contribute to team effectiveness

BSBWOR203

Work effectively with others

CHCCCS015

Provide individualised support

CHCDIV002

Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety

HLTAID011

Provide First Aid

CHCCCS010

Maintain high standard of service

HLTAID009

Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation

CHCMHS001

Work with people with mental health issues

CHCAGE001

Facilitate the empowerment of older people

CHCCCS011

Meet personal support needs

CAMPUS Southport

DURATION 7 terms

STUDY MODE Mixed-Mode

This program also requires 80 hours of Vocational Placement (VPC). Mandatory documentations and evidence of vaccinations must be provided prior to commencement of VPC. Any applicable fees for documentation and vaccinations will be at a cost to the student.

WORKLOAD PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER OUTCOMES

HLT23215 Certificate II in Health Support Services HLT33115 Certificate III in Health Services Assistance

Assistant in nursing (AIN), food service worker, hospital laundry worker, ward assistant

CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support

Aged care worker, disability support worker

HLT37315 Certificate III in Health Administration

Health administrative worker, admissions clerk

HLT43015 Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance

Therapy assistant, physio therapy assistant, occupational therapy assistant, allied health assistant

CHC43415 Certificate IV in Leisure and Health

Aged care recreation or activities officer, mental health lifestyle support worker, therapy assistant

CHC53415 Diploma of Leisure and Health

Community leisure officer or coordinator, diversional therapy assistant, recreational activities officer or coordinator

HLT54115 Diploma of Nursing

Enrolled nurse

HLT64115 Advanced Diploma of Nursing

Enrolled nurse advanced skills

UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS Bachelor of Nursing Bachelor of Midwifery Bachelor of Physiotherapy Bachelor of Occupational Therapy Bachelor of Health Science

1 day per month (Online with monthly tutorials plus scheduled practical lab sessions throughout the course)

QCE CREDITS 8 credits

ATAR Successful completion of this course can count towards your ATAR ranking which may be used towards university entry

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.

Personal Protective Equipment. Uniform (to be purchased by student) and black closed in shoes are required. *This course is partly VETiS funded for eligible students. Subsidised by the Queensland Government under the VET in Schools Program (VETiS). For eligibility go to www.training.qld. gov.au/providers/funded/vetis

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NURSING AND HEALTH

CHCCCS020


PARTIAL COMPLETION OF HLT54115 DIPLOMA OF NURSING (6 UNITS) FEE FOR SERVICE

NURSING AND HEALTH

COURSE UNITS

CAMPUS Southport

DURATION 3 terms

HLTENN002

Apply communication skills in nursing practice

HLTAAP002

Confirm physical health status

HLTAAP003

Analyse and respond to client health information

HLTINF001

Comply with infection prevention and control policies and procedures

HLTWHS002

Follow safe work practices for direct client care

HLTAID011

Provide first aid

PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER OUTCOMES

Partial Completion of HLT54115 Diploma of Nursing (6 Units)

STUDY MODE Mixed-Mode

This program also requires 40 hours of Vocational Placement (VPC). Mandatory documentations and evidence of vaccinations must be provided prior to commencement of VPC. Any applicable fees for documentation and vaccinations will be at a cost to the student.

HLT54115 Diploma of Nursing

Enrolled nurse

HLT64115 Advanced Diploma of Nursing

Enrolled nurse advanced skills

WORKLOAD

UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS

Scheduled practical lab sessions throughout the course

QCE CREDITS 6 credits

This program provides credit for units towards HLT54115 Diploma of Nursing. Start a rewarding career caring for others. This could be your first step to a challenging and fulfilling career in the health industry.

Personal Protective Equipment. You may also be required to purchase uniform items, and a nursing kit. These details will be provided after enrolment or during orientation. This qualification has been replaced by HLT54121 – Diploma of Nursing, as of 29 April 2021. A transition period applies to enable current students to complete their study. The transition period finishes on 31 December 2023. If required, enrolments will be transitioned into the replacement qualification.

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Bachelor of Nursing Bachelor of Midwifery


PARTIAL COMPLETION OF HLT54115 DIPLOMA OF NURSING (10 UNITS) FEE FOR SERVICE COURSE UNITS - YEAR 1 HLTENN002

Apply communication skills in nursing practice

HLTAAP002

Confirm physical health status

HLTAAP003

Analyse and respond to client health information

HLTINF001

Comply with infection prevention and control policies and procedures

HLTWHS002

Follow safe work practices for direct client care

HLTAID011

Provide first aid

COURSE UNITS - YEAR 2 Perform clinical assessment and contribute to planning nursing care

HLTENN004

Implement, monitor and evaluate nursing care plans

HLTENN008

Apply legal and ethical parameters to nursing practice

HLTENN013

Implement and monitor care of the older person

CAMPUS Southport

DURATION 7 terms PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER OUTCOMES

Partial Completion of HLT54115 Diploma of Nursing (10 Units)

HLT54115 Diploma of Nursing

Enrolled nurse

STUDY MODE Mixed-Mode

This program also requires 80-120 hours of Vocational Placement (VPC). Mandatory documentations and evidence of vaccinations must be provided prior to commencement of VPC. Any applicable fees for documentation and vaccinations will be at a cost to the student.

WORKLOAD HLT64115 Advanced Diploma of Nursing

UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS Bachelor of Nursing Bachelor of Midwifery

Enrolled nurse advanced skills

Scheduled practical lab sessions throughout the course

QCE CREDITS 8 credits

This program provides credit for units towards HLT54115 Diploma of Nursing. Start a rewarding career caring for others. This could be your first step to a challenging and fulfilling career in the health industry.

Personal Protective Equipment. You may also be required to purchase uniform items, and a nursing kit. These details will be provided after enrolment or during orientation. This qualification has been replaced by HLT54121 – Diploma of Nursing, as of 29 April 2021. A transition period applies to enable current students to complete their study. The transition period finishes on 31 December 2023. If required, enrolments will be transitioned into the replacement qualification.

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NURSING AND HEALTH

HLTENN003


CERTIFICATE II IN PLUMBING COURSE CODE: 52700WA

VETiS FUNDED*

PLUMBING

CORE UNITS CPCCWHS1001

Prepare to work safely in the construction industry

CPCCOHS2001A

Apply OHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry

CPCCCM1015A

Carry out measurements and calculations

CPCCCM2008B

Erect and dismantle restricted height scaffolding

CPCCCM2010B

Work safely at heights

CPCPCM2041A

Work effectively in the plumbing and services sector

CPCPCM2040A

Read plans and calculate plumbing quantities

CPCPCM2043A

Carry out WHS requirements

CPCPCM2046A

Use plumbing hand and power tools

CPCPCM2047A

Carry out levelling

CAMPUS

CPCPCM2048A

Cut and join sheet metal

Ashmore

CPCPCM2050A

Mark out materials

DURATION

CPCPCM2052A

Weld using oxy-acetylene equipment

4 terms

CPCPCM2053A

Weld using manual metal arc welding equipment

CPCPCM2055A

Work safely on roofs

VPC080

Vocational placement

STUDY MODE Face-to-face

(This program also requires 80 hours of vocational placement)

ELECTIVE UNITS HLTAID002

Provide basic emergency life support

WORKLOAD 1 day per week

PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER OUTCOMES

52700WA Certificate II in Plumbing

Plumbing apprentice, roof plumbing apprentice

QCE CREDITS 4 credits

APPRENTICESHIPS

Kick start your career in plumbing. This entry-level course will set you up with the foundation skills you need to gain a plumbing apprenticeship. Students will be required to do a compulsory 80 hours of Vocational Placement.

Personal Protective Equipment. Students will need to purchase steel capped boots. *No cost to student or school. Subsidised by the Queensland Government under the VET in Schools Program (VETiS). For eligibility go to www.training.qld.gov.au/providers/funded/vetis

CPC32413 Certificate III in Plumbing CPC32612 Certificate III in Roof Plumbing

Gas fitter, plumber, roof plumber

CPC32713 Certificate III in Gas Fitting

Gas fitter

CPC40912 Certificate IV in Plumbing and Services CPC40110 Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Building) CPC40308 Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Estimating)***

Plumbing contractor, site supervisor – low rise, building estimator

CPC50612 Diploma of Hydraulic Services Design> CPP50911 Diploma of Building Design CPC50210 Diploma of Building and Construction (Building) CPC50308 Diploma of Building and Construction (Management)***

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

CPC60212 Advanced Diploma of Building and Construction (Management)***

Building surveyor, construction manager, construction project manager, estimator, site supervisor

***Not Offered at TAFE Queensland, Gold Coast. >

Not offered at TAFE Queensland.

UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS

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CERTIFICATE II IN SPORT COACHING/ CERTIFICATE III IN FITNESS (DUAL AWARD) COURSE CODE: SIS20319/SIS30315

PARTLY VETiS FUNDED* CORE UNITS Provide health screening and fitness orientation

SISFFIT002

Recognise and apply exercise considerations for specific populations

SISFFIT014

Instruct exercise to older clients

SISFFIT003

Instruct fitness programs

SISFFIT004

Incorporate anatomy and physiology principles into fitness programming

SISFFIT005

Provide healthy eating information

SISXCCS001

Provide quality service

SISSSCO002

Work in a community coaching role

SISXIND001

Work effectively in sport, fitness and recreation environments

SISXFAC001

Maintain equipment for activities

HLTAID003

Provide first aid

SIRXWHS001

Work safely

CAMPUS Southport Robina (from Semester 2, 2022)

DURATION 7 terms

STUDY MODE

ELECTIVE UNITS

Mixed-Mode

SISFFIT006

Conduct fitness appraisals

BSBRSK401

Identify risk and apply risk management processes

HLTWHS001

Participate in workplace health and safety

SISSSCO001

Conduct sport coaching sessions with foundation level participants

SISXFAC002

Maintain sport, fitness and recreation facilities

SISXCAI001

Provide equipment for activities

SISFFIT007

Instruct group exercise sessions

PATHWAY OPTIONS

CAREER OUTCOMES

SIS20319 Certificate II in Sport Coaching / SIS30315 Certificate III in Fitness

Community activities assistant, customer service assistant, leisure assistant, recreation assistant, gym supervisor, retail assistant, grounds assistant

SIS40215 Certificate IV in Fitness

Personal trainer

SIS50319 Diploma of Sports

Sports Coach, Team Manager

UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS Bachelor of Sport Development – Griffith University Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science – University of Southern Queensland Bachelor of Physical Activity and Health Science – Australian Catholic University Bachelor of Sport Studies – University of Sunshine Coast

WORKLOAD 1 day per week

QCE CREDITS 8 credits

ATAR Successful completion of this course can count towards your ATAR ranking which may be used towards university entry

This course is perfect for people who are interested in a career in the fitness industry. You will gain the skills you need to write and instruct fitness programs, provide healthy eating information, provide first aid, and provide quality service in the fitness and recreation industry. *This course is partly VETiS funded for eligible students. Go to tafeqld.edu.au for details.

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SPORTS AND FITNESS

SISFFIT001


2022 COURSES BY LOCATION APPLICATIONS OPEN MONDAY 19 JULY, 2021 Apply at tafeapply.com using application code TQGC2201. ASHMORE QCE CREDITS

PAGE NUMBER

Certificate I in Construction

3

20

AU20716

Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation

4

17

UEE22011

Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start)

4

26

MEM20413

Certificate II in Engineering Pathways

4

27

52700WA

Certificate II in Plumbing

4

36

MSF20516

Certificate II in Furniture Making Pathways

4

32

QCE CREDITS

PAGE NUMBER

COURSE CODE

PROGRAM NAME

CPC10120

COOMERA COURSE CODE

PROGRAM NAME

ICT30120

Certificate III in Information Technology

8

30

CUA30715

Certificate III in Design Fundamentals

8

23

CUA30915

Certificate III in Music Industry

7

24

CUA31015

Certificate III in Screen and Media

6

25

QCE CREDITS

PAGE NUMBER

4

31

QCE CREDITS

PAGE NUMBER

COOMERA MARINE COURSE CODE

PROGRAM NAME

AU20716

Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation (Marine focus)

HOSPITALITY HUB, SOUTHPORT COURSE CODE

PROGRAM NAME

SIT20316

SIT20316 Certificate II in Hospitality

4

28

SIT20416

SIT20416 Certificate II in Kitchen Operations

4

29

QCE CREDITS

PAGE NUMBER

SOUTHPORT COURSE CODE

PROGRAM NAME

ACM20117

Certificate II in Animal Studies

4

16

CHC22015

CHC22015 Certificate II in Community Services

4

22

HLT23215 / HLT33115

Certificate II in Health Support Services / Certificate III in Health Services Assistance (Dual award)

8

33

HLT54115

Diploma of Nursing - Partial Completion (6 Units)

6

34

HLT54115

Diploma of Nursing - Partial Completion (10 Units)

8

35

SHB20116

Certificate II in Retail Cosmetics

4

18

SHB20216

Certificate II in Salon Assistant

4

19

SIS20319/ SIS30315

Certificate II In Sport Coaching / Certificate III In Fitness (Dual award)

8

37

10283NAT

Certificate IV in Crime and Justice Studies

8

21

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ONLINE COURSES Achieve your goals with TAFE Queensland Online’s flexible, affordable, and fullysupported study options for TAFE at School students. Beginning at the start of year 11 in term one each year, these courses are specifically designed for school students to complete over three semesters. This gives you time and space to focus on your ATAR exams in semester two of year 12. Successful completion of one of these courses can count towards your ATAR ranking which may be used towards university entry. COURSE CODE

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QCE CREDITS

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