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CAREER GUIDE

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BRIGHT FUTURES START AT HUNTER TAFE Hunter TAFE is a leading regional vocational education and training provider in Australia and has been delivering the highest quality practical training courses for more than 120 years. Studying at Hunter TAFE, you will be safe in knowing you are learning practical and relevant skills from teachers who have years of experience working in the industry you are studying. This means what you learn at Hunter TAFE can be applied directly to the jobs you will have in the future, giving you the best start to your career.

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With 15 campuses located across the beautiful Newcastle, Hunter and Central Coast regions you can have the best of both worlds, quality education and a relaxed city lifestyle! Life does not get much better than studying at a Hunter TAFE campus located in the world-renowned Hunter Valley or along the gorgeous beaches of NSW’s East Coast.

BELMONT CAMPUS

CESSNOCK CAMPUS

GLENDALE CAMPUS

GOSFORD CAMPUS

HAMILTON CAMPUS

HUNTER ST CAMPUS

KURRI KURRI CAMPUS

MAITLAND CAMPUS

Pacific Highway Belmont NSW 2280

Darwin Street Cessnock NSW 2325

Frederick Street Glendale NSW 2285

Cnr Henry Parry Drive & Margin Street Gosford NSW 2250

91 Parry Street Newcastle West NSW 2302

590-608 Hunter Street Newcastle West NSW 2302

McLeod Road Kurri Kurri NSW 2327

Cnr New England Highway & Ferraby Drive Metford NSW 2323

MUSWELLBROOK

NEWCASTLE CAMPUS

OURIMBAH CAMPUS

SCONE CAMPUS

SINGLETON CAMPUS

TOMAREE CAMPUS

WYONG CAMPUS

On Campus: 59 Maitland Street Tertiary Education Centre: Hill Street Muswellbrook NSW 2333

266 Maitland Road Tighes Hill NSW 2297

Brush Road Ourimbah NSW 2258

2 Flemington Drive Scone NSW 2337

York Street Singleton NSW 2330

Salamander Way Salamander Bay NSW 2317

Porter Street Wyong NSW 2259

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WHY HUNTER TAFE? 1. CHOICE

We understand that everyone has different dreams when it comes to their career and we aim to provide choice and diversity that matches your goals. With hundreds of courses across 17 career areas, starting from entry-level Certificates right through to Advanced Diplomas and Degrees, your options are endless.

2. JOB READY

Employees today want confident and experienced students who are ready to enter the workforce. Our practical approach to teaching focuses on applied skills so you can be sure you have the right skills to land your dream job.

3. INDUSTRY EXPERTS

Our teachers are our difference. Backed by years of industry experience, our teachers offer knowledge, skills and practical approach to training that will assist you get to where you want to be.

4. WORLD CLASS FACILITIES

Hunter TAFE campuses provide state-of-the-art facilities and specialist training centres that will ensure you are receiving the best industry training using the latest equipment, tools and technology.

5. OUR CONNECTIONS

We collaborate with business, industry and community to ensure that our programs are relevant, responsive and meet the highest industry standards. We also have connections with major universities locally and across Australia that offer credit transfers and pathway options for our students.

6. ALUMNI NETWORK

We will support you while you study now and later in life. Upon graduation, you will become part of our Alumni Association which gives you access to amazing mentoring, professional development, and networking opportunities so you can remain a part of the Hunter TAFE family throughout your career.

QUALITY YOU CAN TRUST

As part of the TAFE NSW network and with more than 120 years of experience in delivering training across the region, Hunter TAFE carries the assurance of ASQA and ISO number compliance. This means that your qualification is not only recognised across Australia and highly valued by industry, but you can rest assured knowing that you are in safe hands. Provider 90002 TAFE NSW Hunter Institute. Training may be subsidised by the NSW Government.

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WHAT IS A PATHWAY?

STUDY YOUR WAY

When we talk about pathways we are talking about the different course and qualifications you can study at Hunter TAFE.

Hunter TAFE delivers practical, work-ready courses through a range of different delivery methods that suit career areas you are studying. Delivery methods include on campus, on-the-job and online and are often a combination of these.

ONLINE Online programs offer you the flexibility to study where you want and when you want via Hunter TAFE Online. ON THE JOB Study in your workplace and receive practical training delivered on-the-job. Our industry-specialist teachers will assess your skills at regular intervals. This is the case for both apprentices and trainees and may be combined with face-to-face classroom learning.

may include a combination of classroom and in the workplace training. Other flexible options include online components and night courses. Full-time If you study full-time you will complete a minimum of two units per semester and will be in the classroom between 10 to 18 hours per week. The actual number of days and hours you will need to attend class varies depending on the units you take each semester. Part-time If you study part-time you will complete at least one unit per semester and you will be in the classroom for two to three hours per week per unit. The actual number of days and hours you will need to attend class varies depending on the units you take each semester.

TAFE FOR SCHOOLS (TVET & SBAT)

PRE APPRENTICESHIP STATEMENT OF ATTAINMENT CERTIFICATE I

CERTIFICATE II

CERTIFICATE III

FLEXIBLE/BLENDED Flexible study options are available for some courses and

HUNTER HUNTERTAFE TAFE

ON CAMPUS Face to face learning in the classroom with industry experienced teachers allows you to learn in an interactive, supported classroom environment with stateof-the-art facilities.

Hunter TAFE offers nationally accredited qualifications from Certificate I to Advanced Diplomas and Degrees. HIGH SCHOOL

Learn the way you want with on demand, flexible and relevant training.

We understand each individual has their own career objectives and your study pathway might look different. This may be dependent on if you are looking to gain the right skills to get your first job, are looking to go to university, or want to complete an apprenticeship or traineeship to get your trade qualifications.

CERTIFICATE IV

CAREER

THERE IS MORE THAN ONE PATHWAY TO YOUR CAREER!

DIPLOMA

ADVANCED DIPLOMA

CERT II CERT I

HIGH SCHOOL

BACHELOR DEGREE

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UNIVERSITY

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CAMPUS LIFE Each Hunter TAFE campus has a thriving campus community with a range of spaces where you can socialise and study with friends during class breaks, which include quiet study areas, libraries, cafeterias, outdoor areas and sports grounds. Hunter TAFE also offers a range of services for students to provide support for you during your studies.

DISABILITY SERVICES

At Hunter TAFE, we ensure that people with disabilities who study with us have access, support and equal opportunity. Our staff support students with a range of items from helping design individual learning plans for your studies, information about how to apply for eligible feeexemptions, and advice on accessibility and adjustments to help you get around campus with ease.

CAREERS COUNSELLING

The Careers, Counselling and Pathways Service is a FREE and confidential service that provides support and advice to help you achieve success. Students have access to career selection, career development, effective education and personal counselling services.

SCHOLARSHIPS

The Hunter TAFE Foundation offers a wide range of scholarships and grants for eligible students throughout the year to provide financial support whilst you study.

ABORIGINAL LEARNING CIRCLE

LIBRARY SERVICES

The Aboriginal Learning Circle offers a range of culturally appropriate programs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. Aboriginal staff can provide you with enrolment help, tutorial support, advice about applying for ABSTUDY, individual case management and access to mentors during your studies.

Hunter TAFE libraries provide books, online resources, Wi-Fi, reference materials and journals, DVD’s and magazines for borrowing. Computers are available in all libraries and have access to the internet to support you with assignment research and preparation.

CULTURAL SERVICES

Eligible apprentices, trainees and TAFE NSW students may be entitled to cheaper fares on public transport and can apply online for their own Concession Opal Card.

The Multicultural Education Unit provides support and advice to international and multicultural students. The Multicultural Coordinator provides a wide range of assistance including advice on visas, recognition of previous qualifications obtained, tutorial support, referral services and language support.

LEARNING SUPPORT

Whether it is assistance with reading, writing or numeracy our Learning Support Services provide a wide range of support to help you get the most out of your studies.

TRAVEL AND TRANSPORT

ACCOMMODATION

Our staff can provide you with advice on accommodation options including short-term or long-term, hostels, share-housing and rentals. On campus student accommodation is available at Sam Adam’s College at Muswellbrook Campus and at the Hunter Valley Hotel Academy at Kurri Kurri campus. Our handy guide is available online and will assist you to find a place to live while studying.

WANT TO KNOW MORE? For more course information, or to stay up to date with what is happening at Hunter TAFE, please visit hunter.tafensw.edu.au

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BE SMART AND SKILLED Hunter TAFE is a provider of training subsidised by the NSW Government under its Smart and Skilled Program. Eligible students can choose from a wide range of subsidised qualifications, from a Certificate I to Advanced Diploma level. To check your eligibility for subsided please visit hunter.tafensw.edu.au.

Do you want to study for a degree? Why not study with Hunter TAFE? Through close consultation with industry experts, TAFE NSW Degrees are designed to make sure you graduate with the skills and knowledge you need to be ready for work.

For more information on Smart and Skilled visit: smartandskilled.nsw.gov.au.

• Teachers with current industry experience

RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING Hunter TAFE uses Recognition of Prior Learning and Credit Transfer to recognise skills you already have and training you may have completed through other Registered Training Organisations (RTOs). You can apply for recognition of these skills and knowledge towards units of competency in your course. In some cases, receiving credit or recognition may affect the cost of your course and can reduce your student fee. The Recognition Centre can assess your eligibility for credit transfer and provide advice on Recognition of Prior Learning.

VET STUDENT LOANS FROM 1 JANUARY 2017 The Commonwealth government has announced a re-design of the current VET FEE-HELP loan scheme from 1 January 2017 (subject to the passing of legislation). The new VET Student Loans program will replace the existing scheme from 1 January 2017. Course eligibility for VET Student Loans is limited to courses that have a high national priority, meet industry needs, contribute to addressing skills shortages and lead to employment outcomes. Further information and the eligible VET Student Loans course list are available from the Commonwealth Department of Education and Training website. education.gov.au/vet-student-loans.

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• Small class sizes • Opportunities for internships and work-placement • FEE-HELP approved Hunter TAFE offers three Higher Education courses: • Associate Degree of Accounting – Ourimbah and Newcastle Campus • Associate Degree of Applied Engineering (Renewable Energy Technologies) – Newcastle Campus • Bachelor of Early Childhood Education and Care (Birth-5) – Glendale Campus


TAFE DELIVERED VET FOR SCHOOLS (TVET) Study at Hunter TAFE and gain credit towards your HSC while still at school. TVET is TAFE Delivered Vocational Education and Training (TVET) for school students. TVET courses allow students in Years 10, 11 and 12 to study selected Hunter TAFE vocational subjects while still at school and can give you a head start in your career. Gain work related skills or pursue further study at Hunter TAFE or University upon completion of your course. To find out more about how to enrol in a TVET subject while still at school, your options, and requirements please visit the Hunter TAFE website.

SCHOOL BASED TRAINEES AND APPRENTICES A School Based Trainee (SBAT) at Hunter TAFE combines school, TAFE study and paid work for two years, to provide credit towards the HSC and an opportunity to earn while you learn. School Based Apprentices are similar to Trainees. The difference being that upon finishing school, a SBA continues with their employer and converts to a full-time apprenticeship for the remainder of the apprenticeship term. You can complete Stage 1 of your apprenticeship while at school.

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APPRENTICESHIPS AND TRAINEESHIPS FOR INDIVIDUALS

FOR BUSINESS

Entering an apprenticeship or traineeship is a great way to secure your future. As an apprentice or trainee, you will learn a skill or trade through a combination of paid work through your employer and structured training at TAFE leading to a nationally recognised qualification.

Apprenticeships and traineeships can provide many benefits to your business including:

To enrol in an approved apprenticeship or traineeship course you will need to have evidence of being employed as an apprentice or a trainee, this will also entitle you to the capped apprenticeship or traineeship fee.

PRE-APPRENTICESHIP OR PRE-VOCATIONAL COURSES If you are interested in a particular area of study but are having difficulty securing an apprenticeship or traineeship you may like to complete a pre-apprenticeship or pre-vocational course.

an opportunity to expand your business

increase the skills of your workers

keep up with technological changes

satisfy your customers’ needs

meet the demands of new and emerging markets

financial incentives from the Australian Government for employers and eligible apprentices or trainees that can reduce your wage costs.

Training options are now more flexible and can be customised to suit the needs of your business.

They can assist you to: •

undertake on-campus TAFE training where you will gain basic skills relating to your chosen industry

develop skills that can often assist you to secure employment as an apprentice or trainee

gain recognition for the units you successfully complete.

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GET STARTED AND ENROL NOW FOR 2017 If you are ready to get started working toward your dreams, here is how:

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DISCOVER THE COURSE FOR YOU

CHECK YOUR ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Call us, jump online or take the find my future quiz.

Your course may have entry requirements and require transcripts of any study or qualification you have completed in the past.

BECOME AN ALUMNI

START STUDYING

Once you graduate you automatically are part of the Hunter TAFE Alumni! Attend events, access discounts and stay connected.

You will receive information from your teachers prior to starting that will help you get ready for your first day!

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CREATE YOUR USI Visit usi.gov.au to create your Unique Student Identifier, required if you are enrolling in nationally recognised training.

CHOOSE YOUR PAYMENT METHOD Before starting, you must pay for your course or apply to be accepted for alternative payment methods.

RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING You may be able to receive recognition from relevant previous qualifications and work experience toward your new course at Hunter TAFE.

APPLY OR ENROL Apply or enrol through our easy registration process on the Hunter TAFE website, over the phone or in person at one of our campuses.


CAREER AREA LISTINGS

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ADMINISTRATION, BUSINESS, LIBRARIES & REAL ESTATE

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EDUCATION FOR CAREERS & FURTHER STUDY

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MARITIME & MARINE

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RETAIL & LOGISTICS

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ANIMAL & EQUINE STUDIES

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ENVIRONMENT, HORTICULTURE & PRIMARY INDUSTRIES

SCIENCE

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BUILDING INDUSTRIES

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FOOD SERVICES & HOSPITALITY

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TOURISM, EVENTS & OUTDOOR RECREATION

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CHILDREN’S SERVICES

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HAIRDRESSING & BEAUTY

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TRANSPORT & MINING

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COMMUNITY, HEALTH & FITNESS

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

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CREATIVE INDUSTRIES, FASHION & MEDIA

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MANUFACTURING & ENGINEERING

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SUPERSEDED COURSES *This qualification has become superseded across Australia and an updated version of this qualification will soon be available. This means that Hunter TAFE may continue to deliver the old qualification for 12 months from the date of change. Students enrolling during this time must complete the qualification by the transition date or transition to a new qualification when it becomes available. Transitioning to a new qualification will not result in financial penalty. To talk about transition dates or for help to identify the right course for you, please contact us.

CAMPUS LOCATION LEGEND CENTRAL COAST

NEWCASTLE

HUNTER

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GOSFORD CAMPUS

BELMONT CAMPUS

CESSNOCK CAMPUS

MUSWELLBROOK CAMPUS

OURIMBAH CAMPUS

GLENDALE CAMPUS

KURRI KURRI CAMPUS

SCONE CAMPUS

WYONG CAMPUS

HAMILTON CAMPUS

MAITLAND CAMPUS

SINGLETON CAMPUS

HUNTER STREET CAMPUS NEWCASTLE CAMPUS TOMAREE CAMPUS

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ADMINISTRATION, BUSINESS, LIBRARY & REAL ESTATE Whether you want to run your own business, join the fast-paced world of finance or marketing, become a savvy real estate expert, or are an aspiring bibliophile headed for the aisles of the state library - every successful business professional starts with great education. Administration, Business, Library and Real Estate career areas cover a diverse range of study areas for people passionate about great communication and organisation and who have a flair for problem solving. Our industry expert teachers have worked for insurance companies, national banks, advertising agencies, cinemas and everywhere in-between. Their experience in industry is directly integrated into what you learn in the classroom and is complemented with the latest trends, technology and work placement in industry while you study. From the basics of certificate level qualifications right through to diplomas, advanced diplomas and associate degrees, with a Hunter TAFE qualification you will gain work-ready skills that will set you up for a successful career in business. This career area has a large workforce with many job opportunities available for a wide range of business related occupations. Occupation areas expected to keep strong levels of growth into the future include human resources, advertising, marketing and administration.

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ACCOUNTING, BOOKKEEPING & FINANCE

ROSLYN DALY CERTIFICATE III IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Accounting, bookkeeping and finance is more than simply crunching numbers. Accounting and finance professionals have the power to provide expert advice to an individual, a business owner, or a large company that will positively influence their financial security and prosperity. Accounting and financial professionals have versatile skills that can lead you to a number of rewarding careers including tax accounting, financial planning, bookkeeping, banking and small business ownership.

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Business Administration is the backbone of any successful organisation. Without this essential function, chaos would be the status-quo. With the power to work across any industry, and with skills in time management, organisation, and attention to detail of a business administration guru is a manager’s best asset. A wide range of employment options can lead you to a career as an office manager, clerical support officer, personal assistant, customer service representative, legal secretary, or medical administration officer.

Winner - 2016 Hunter TAFE Business Award Roslyn is an outstanding student who traversed all odds, completing three qualifications in just 12 months, all while undergoing treatment for breast cancer. Roslyn came to Hunter TAFE with a desire to challenge herself and develop skills that would assist her in the management of her family business. Her success has provided a strong example for her children about how a positive outlook and true determination can help you achieve your goals.

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BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT, MARKETING & WHS

Business managers, workplace health and safety supervisors and marketing professionals have the power to create a thriving team and develop the right strategies and plans for an organisation to succeed. Graduates will have developed the skills and knowledge to access work opportunities in a variety of organisations from small business start-ups, medium sized companies to large organisations on both a local and international scale. Job prospects include project manager, safety supervisor, retail manager, human resources manager, public relations officer or marketing coordinator.

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LIBRARY

There is a world of information and knowledge out there that is waiting to be uncovered. A career in library services will give you the opportunity to help the community uncover that information and you will be rewarded as you see people’s imagination ignite. Library courses can lead to rewarding jobs such as a library assistant, library technician, records officer or museum assistant. Hunter TAFE qualifications can also enable you to pathway into university where you can complete further study to become a librarian.

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MEDICAL ADMINISTRATION

Medical administration is a diverse career with the opportunity to work across the medical industry providing specialised support to doctors, nurses and other medical professionals. This is an excellent career option for people who enjoy administrative work, have an interest in the medical industry, thrive on responsibility and enjoy a challenge. As a medical administrator, you will have good computer skills with a strong attention to detail to enter patient information into specialist medical programs; good communication skills, and have the ability to empathise. Medical administrators can pursue a career in a variety of environments from hospital and aged care facilities to doctor’s surgeries and pathology clinics.

REAL ESTATE & PROPERTY SERVICES

With the emergence of the ‘Blockhead’ phenomenon and the continuing growth of Australia’s property market - real estate agents are quite literally, hot property! Property services provides promising careers for those who are goal driven and love the idea of being able to help someone live out their real estate dreams. The industry offers a number of rewarding career opportunities including jobs in property valuation, sales, property development, and property management. Hunter TAFE’s real estate and property services qualifications will provide you with the knowledge and skills required to meet industry regulations and gain accreditation so you can operate as a licensed real estate agent.


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ACCOUNTING, BOOKKEEPING & FINANCE

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT, MARKETING & WHS

FNS40615

Certificate IV in Accounting (Release 2)

BSB20115

Certificate II in Business (Release 1)

HE20522V02

Associate Degree of Accounting

BSB30115

Certificate III in Business (Release 2)

FNS30315

Certificate III in Accounts Administration (Release 3)

BSB40215

Certificate IV in Business (Release 2)

FNS40215

Certificate IV in Bookkeeping (Release 2)

BSB50215

Diploma of Business (Release 1)

FNS30115

Certificate III in Financial Services (Release 3)

BSB60215

Advanced Diploma of Business (Release 1)

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

BSB40315

Certificate IV in Customer Engagement (Release 2)

BSB30415

Certificate III in Business Administration (Release 1)

BSBSS00039

Statement of Attainment in Governance Induction Skill Set (Release 2)

BSB40515

Certificate IV in Business Administration (Release 2)

BSB41015

Certificate IV in Human Resources (Release 2)

BSB50415

Diploma of Business Administration (Release 1)

BSB50615

Diploma of Human Resources Management (Release 2)

BSB31015

Certificate III in Business Administration (Legal) (Release 1)

BSB42015

Certificate IV in Leadership and Management (Release 2)

BSB31115

Certificate III in Business Administration (Medical) (Release 1)

BSB51915

Diploma of Leadership and Management (Release 2)

167-24315V01

TAFE Statement in Keyboarding Speed Tests

BSB61015

Advanced Diploma of Leadership and Management (Release 2)

*Superseded course - see full explanation on page 9

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BSB60915

Advanced Diploma of Management (Human Resources) (Release 1)

TAE50111

Diploma of Vocational Education and Training (Release 4)*

BSB41315

Certificate IV in Marketing (Release 1)

BSB41415

Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety (Release 2)

BSB51215

Diploma of Marketing (Release 1)*

BSB51315

Diploma of Work Health and Safety (Release 2)

BSB60515

Advanced Diploma of Marketing (Release 1)*

167-15006V01

Statement of Attainment in Workplace Team Development

BSB30315

Certificate III in Micro Business Operations (Release 2)

LIBRARY

BSB51415

Diploma of Project Management (Release 1)

CUL30111

Certificate III in Information and Cultural Services* (Release 1)

BSB41515

Certificate IV in Project Management Practice (Release 3)

CUL50111

Diploma of Library and Information Services* (Release 1)

BSB41615

Certificate IV in Purchasing (Release 2)

BSB51515

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Diploma of Purchasing (Release 1)

BSB51615

Diploma of Quality Auditing (Release 1)

BSB40415

Certificate IV in Small Business Management* (Release 1)

TAE40110

Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (Release 4)*

TAE50211

Diploma of Training Design and Development (Release 3)*

*Superseded course - see full explanation on page 9

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REAL ESTATE AND PROPERTY SERVICES 563-17677V02

Statement of Attainment in Property Services (Real Estate Salesperson)

CPP40307

Certificate IV in Property Services (Real Estate) (Release 1)

LOCATION


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ANIMAL & EQUINE STUDIES Combine your passion for animals with a rewarding career that could take you to the training stables at one of Australia’s premier racetracks, caring for animals great and small in a Zoo or helping rehabilitate injured wildlife for release back into the wild. Hunter TAFE’s Animal and Equine courses can lead to a number of great careers as a zookeeper, farrier, veterinary nurse, animal carer, horse breeder or a stable hand, just to name a few. Teachers bring with them many years of experience working in industry and have worked in partnership with business and employers to ensure these programs provide you with the hands-on practical skills in a modern learning environment. The programs at Hunter TAFE will ensure you have the skills and the confidence to work with animals from your first day on the job.

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HOLLY SMITH CERTIFICATE III IN ANIMAL STUDIES Winner - 2016 Hunter TAFE Animal Studies Award With a love for pets throughout her childhood, Holly always knew she wanted to become a Veterinary Assistant. During her studies, she completed volunteer work at a Hunter Vet Hospital, assisting in all facets of the business from front of house duties, to surgical preparation, grooming and kennel jobs. Holly demonstrates the absolute best attributes in an animal care worker - kind, caring and sympathetic. Since completing her studies, Holly has secured full time work in the industry and loves every minute of it!


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ANIMAL STUDIES No visit to the local zoo or native wildlife sanctuary would be the same without the professionals who care for and nurture those animals. Animal carers and veterinary nurses are responsible for the health of animals of all shapes and sizes. Be it the family dog or cat, the koala or rosella being rehabilitated for release back into the wild or ensuring the Chinese panda at the zoo has enough fresh bamboo to sustain their energy needs. At Hunter TAFE you will learn in real clinic environments with real animals. Qualifications in Animals Studies can lead to a number of rewarding careers such as veterinary, nurse, zookeeper, animal handler.

The horse and equine industry is one of the most celebrated animal sporting industries in the world. The Melbourne Cup is widely considered the race that stops a nation and equestrian is the only Olympic event that involves an animal. Both of these sports consider the horse as much of an athlete as the rider. Horse industry courses are delivered by industry experienced teachers at worldclass equine training facilities in the Hunter Valley and can lead to a range of great careers in farriery, horse breeding, horse training and stable management.

ACM20110

Certificate II in Animal Studies (Release 3)

ACM30110

Certificate III in Animal Studies (Release 2)

ACM30310

Certificate III in Captive Animals (Release 2)

ACM30410

Certificate III in Companion Animal Services (Release 2)

ACM40412

Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing (Release 1)

HORSE INDUSTRY ACM30510

Certificate III in Farriery (Release 2)

167-16098V01

Statement of Attainment in Mare Preparation for Breeding/Foaling

167-16718V01

Statement of Attainment in Stable Skills

*Superseded course - see full explanation on page 9

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BUILDING INDUSTRIES Whether it is the construction of a football stadium, a new family home, highrise apartments or corporate offices, building professionals are the backbone of Australia’s construction industry. The continued growth of Australia’s population will need to be matched with a supply of new buildings and upgraded infrastructure providing a wide range of career opportunities for draftsmen, engineers, carpenters, bricklayers, builders, plumbers, painters, tilers, construction managers and electricians. Our expert teachers have worked for large construction companies, councils, property developers and owned their own business. Their experience in industry is directly integrated into what you learn in the classrooms and practical workshops on campus, working with the latest tools and technology. Many building and construction courses at Hunter TAFE are delivered as apprenticeships. Training for your apprenticeship through Hunter TAFE will provide you with a recognised practical qualification and is an investment in your long-term employment.

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ARCHITECTURE & DRAFTING

NATHAN JONES CERTIFICATE III IN SIGNAGE

The design of residential houses and commercial projects takes great skill, thought and technical know how. Building designers work with architects and engineers to develop working drawings and building plans for new constructions and renovations. Qualifications in Building or Landscaping Design could lead to a number of rewarding employment options as a landscape designer, building designer, construction designer, architectural draftsperson or a project manager. These courses can provide pathways to further study at university to continue with degree qualifications that will enable you to become a practising architect.

BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION

Builders are responsible for turning people’s dreams into reality using the right tools and techniques to produce impressive constructions. One of the most diverse career areas, the building and construction qualifications can offer a number of job opportunities in careers such as bricklaying, carpentry, waterproofing, asbestos removal, residential building and construction and project management.

Winner - 2016 Hunter TAFE Building Industries Award A lover of colour and the power of design, Nathan is passionate about signwriting and is always eager to share his knowledge with others. With a keen eye for detail, Nathan is looking forward to working in the industry as a tradesperson in order to gain as much knowledge as he can. With his sights on owning his own business, Nathan’s enthusiasm and hard work place him in an excellent position to succeed.

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CIVIL ENGINEERING & SURVEYING

BUILDING FINISHING

Building finishing trades put the final touches on residential interiors and commercial fit-outs of office space, retail shopfronts and hospitality establishments. You will work with other trades and your client to ensure their vision is delivered on time and to the highest quality. With a wide range of specialist areas, building finishing qualifications can lead to careers in cabinet making, joinery, furniture making, waterproofing, painting, plastering and tiling to name a few.

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Work with civil engineers, builders, project managers and architects in the design and construction process of major projects such as commercial buildings, bridges, roads, dams, tunnels and railways. TAFE qualifications can lead to careers in a range of different industries and sectors from roads and mining, to residential and defence with job opportunities for surveyors, cartographers, civil and construction engineering associates. Hunter TAFE offer Civil Construction and Surveying courses that will train you for various entry-level jobs in the industry as well as providing pathways to university to gain higher-level qualifications.

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PEST MANAGEMENT

Electricians have the right skills, expertise and problem solving skills when it comes to installing the perfect lighting system for an art gallery, lighting up the streets of a city or installing and maintaining electrical systems at a mine site.

Pest control and commercial cleaning are vital services that protect homes, crops, factories, and businesses and maintain healthy environments.

Electricians have the opportunity to pursue a wide range of careers in the domestic, civil and commercial sectors. Career options for qualified electricians are flexible and allow you to work your way up from entry-level apprentice positions right through to supervisor roles or even work in your own business.

Hunter TAFE courses offer practical training developed to meet industry regulations in pest management and commercial cleaning for people who want to work identifying and controlling a range of pests in domestic, commercial and industrial situations.


PLUMBING

More than simply the pipes that feed your hot shower, plumbers are responsible for installation, maintenance and repair of equipment for water supply, gas, drainage, sewerage, heating, cooling and ventilation systems. Plumbing courses at Hunter TAFE offer practical hands-on training that will enable you to gain your trade certification and can lead to a number of exciting careers as a gasfitter, drainer, plumber, irrigation specialist, roofing plumber or a wastewater treatment designer.

REFRIGERATION

Refrigeration and air-conditioning specialists are responsible for keeping homes and offices across Australia warm in winter and cool during the summer months. With the increasing prevalence of air-conditioning systems for domestic use along with traditional commercial applications there are job opportunities for air-conditioning and refrigeration mechanics in both domestic and commercial settings and scope for work in the renewable energy market.

WORKCOVER LICENCES

Building and construction industry workers often need to obtain WorkCover licensing for high-risk work. Hunter TAFE offers a number of qualifications from asbestos to scaffolding and high voltage, which are recognised and accredited by WorkCover Australia.

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ARCHITECTURE AND DRAFTING

CPC20112

Certificate II in Construction (Release 1)

CPP50911

Diploma of Building Design (Release 2)

CPC20211

Certificate II in Construction Pathways (Release 3)

MEM40412

Certificate IV in Engineering Drafting (Release 3)

MSF40313

Certificate IV in Design of Kitchens, Bathrooms and Interior Spaces (Release 2)

CPC31511

Certificate III in Formwork/Falsework (Release 2)

563-10836V01

Statement of Attainment in Asbestos Removal (Friable Asbestos)

CPC31912

Certificate III in Joinery (Release 2)

563-10837V01

Statement of Attainment in Asbestos Removal (Supervisor)

161-91509V01

Statement of Attainment in Owner Builder Compliance

563-10777V02

Statement of Attainment in Non-Friable Asbestos Removal

CPC30911

Certificate III in Scaffolding (Release 2)

CPC30111

Certificate III in Bricklaying/Blocklaying (Release 2)

MSF30313

Certificate III in Timber and Composites Machining (Release 3)

CPC40110

Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Building) (Release 4)

BUILDING FINISHES

CPC30211

Certificate III in Carpentry (Release 2)

CPC32011

Certificate III in Carpentry and Joinery (Release 2)

167-16394V01

Statement of Attainment in Concrete Saw Operation

CPC10111

Certificate I in Construction (Release 2)

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Certificate III in Blinds, Awnings, Security Screens and Grilles (Release 3)

MSF31113

Certificate III in Cabinet Making (Release 5)

CPP20611

Certificate II in Cleaning Operations (Release 1)

CPP31011

Certificate III in Cleaning Operations (Release 1)

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MSF40313

Certificate IV in Design of Kitchens, Bathrooms and Interior Spaces (Release 2)

CIVIL ENGINEERING AND SURVEYING

MSF50213

Diploma of Interior Design and Decoration (Release 3)

RII40815

Certificate IV in Civil Construction Design (Release 1)

MSF30813

Certificate III in Flooring Technology (Release 5)

RII50515

Diploma of Civil Construction Design (Release 1)

MSF20113

Certificate II in Furnishing (Release 4)

RII40715

Certificate IV in Civil Construction Supervision (Release 1)

MSF30113

Certificate III in Furniture Finishing (Release 2)

CPP40216

Certificate IV in Surveying (Release 1)

MSF20313

Certificate II in Furniture Making (Release 4)

CPP50116

Diploma of Surveying (Release 1)

CPC30611

Certificate III in Painting and Decorating (Release 2)

CPP30216

Certificate III in Surveying and Spatial Information Services (Release 1)

167-16186V01

Statement of Attainment in Powder Coat Finishing

ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS

CPC31812

Certificate III in Shopfitting (Release 1)

CPC32111

Certificate III in Signage (Release 2)

MSA30309

UEE20511

Certificate II in Computer Assembly and Repair (Release 3)

UEESS00048

Statement of Attainment in Data Communications ACMA 'Open' Cabling Provider (Release 4)

Certificate III in Surface Preparation and Coating Application (Release 3)

UEESS00052

Statement of Attainment in Data Communications Install and Modify Performance Data Communication Structured Cabling (Release 4)

CPC31211

Certificate III in Wall and Ceiling Lining (Release 2)

167-23824V01

TAFE Plus Statement in Electrical Safety Awareness

CPC31311

Certificate III in Wall and Floor Tiling (Release 2)

UEE21911

Certificate II in Electronics (Release 3)

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Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start) (Release 4)

167-23220V01

TAFE Plus Statement in Level 1 ASP Regulatory Safety - Initial

UEE30811

Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician (Release 4)

ETS15000V02

Program in ESI Refresher - Accredited Service Providers

UEE33011

Certificate III in Electrical Fitting (Release 4)

ETS15088V01

Program of ESI Refresher - Vegetation Control

UEE30611

Certificate III in Electrical Machine Repair (Release 4)

ETS15022V01

Program of Level 2 ASP Category 2 - Underground Services

UEE30911

Certificate III in Electronics and Communications (Release 5)

ETS15023V01

Program of Level 2 ASP Category 3 - Overhead Services

UEE40411

Certificate IV in Electrical - Instrumentation (Release 4)

ETS15024V01

Program of Level 2 ASP Category 4 - Metering

UEE40911

Certificate IV in Industrial Electronics and Control (Release 4)

PEST MANAGEMENT

UEE50411

Diploma of Electrical Engineering (Release 5)

CPP30911

Certificate III in Pest Management (Release 2)

UEE62211

Advanced Diploma of Electrical - Engineering (Release 5)

CPP30115

Certificate III in Urban Pest Management (Release 1)

UET20312

Certificate II in ESI - Powerline Vegetation Control (Release 2)

PLUMBING

UET30612

Certificate III in ESI - Power Systems - Distribution Overhead (Release 3)

167-15020V01

Statement of Attainment in Commission and Maintain Backflow Prevention Devices

167-26306V01

TAFE Plus Statement in Work Near Overhead Power Lines

167-15021V01

Statement of Attainment in Commission and Maintain Hot and Heated Water Temperature Control Devices

167-26919V03

TAFE Plus Statement in Working Safely Near Underground Assets

CPC20712

Certificate II in Drainage (Release 1)

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CPC32413

Certificate III in Plumbing (Release 1)

CPC40912

Certificate IV in Plumbing and Services (Release 2)

CPC32612

Certificate III in Roof Plumbing (Release 1)

LOCATION

REFRIGERATION UEE32211

Certificate III in Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration (Release 6)

167-16288V01

Statement of Attainment in Maintain and Repair Air-Conditioning Systems and Components

WORKCOVER LICENCES 167-16003V01

Statement of Attainment in Licence to Operate a Boom-Type Elevating Work Platform

167-16004V01

Statement of Attainment in Licence to Operate a Forklift Truck

163-52852V01

Statement of Attainment in Licensing in Elevated Work Platform

HUNTER TAFE FOUNDATION HELPING STUDENTS ACHIEVE THEIR GOALS In need of financial support and encouragement while you study? Did you know you may be eligible to apply for Awards, Scholarships, Grants and Prizes administered by the Hunter TAFE Foundation. To learn more visit: hunter.tafensw.edu.au/foundation (02) 4923 7410 hunter.foundation@tafe.nsw.edu.au

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Working with children is one of the most rewarding careers, and demand for talented and passionate childcare professionals has never been greater. Children are one of the world’s most precious resources with the first five years being the most significant in a child’s life. It is during this time that they build the foundations for lifelong learning, health, wellbeing and success. As an early childhood carer, you will shape the future and wellbeing of Australian children, helping them to develop strong language and learning capacities, grow into healthy adults, go to school, and lead a productive and fulfilling life. Whether you are an early childhood teacher, a nanny or the busy manager of a children’s service centre, Hunter TAFE can provide you with relevant and nationally recognised qualifications. With years of industry experience working in a range of children’s services organisations, our teachers offer practical training in purpose built facilities that reflect the real-world working environment. You may also get the opportunity to complete professional work placement during your studies. A diverse range of study options are available for people that are passionate about positively influencing the growth and development of children.

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KATHERINE ROWORTH CERTIFICATE III IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CARE

Winner - 2016 Hunter TAFE Trainee of the Year Award and Children’s Services Award A passion for taking care of young children led Katherine to apply for a traineeship at the same childcare centre that she had attended herself as a child. Katherine’s natural love of people equips her well in looking after children for whom she provides education and care, as well as her colleagues and families in the centre. Upon completing her traineeship, Katherine was offered a permanent role at the Cardiff Early Education Centre.


BACHELOR OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION & CARE (BIRTH – 5)

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The Bachelor of Early Childhood Education and Care (Birth-5) is a four year professional teaching degree which prepares graduates for employment as early childhood teachers in a variety of contexts including long day care, pre-school, integrated child and family services and early intervention services. The degree is offered at Glendale TAFE’s on campus Children’s Service Centre. By choosing to study a degree through TAFE NSW you will benefit from small class sizes, practical course content, valuable work experience opportunities and industry experienced teachers. During this course you will develop the skills and knowledge in the areas of early childhood theory, pedagogy and approaches, professional practice and leadership, curriculum content development and design, care and wellbeing of the child within a social context, and society and culture.

CODE

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LOCATION

CHC30113

Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care (Release 4)

CHC50113

Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care (Release 4)

HE20510V02

Bachelor of Early Childhood Education and Care (Birth-5) (Release 2)

CHC40113

Certificate IV in School Age Education and Care (Release 5)

CHC50213

Diploma of School Age Education and Care (Release 4)

*Superseded course - see full explanation on page 9

FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM ! Are you on Instagram? Hunter TAFE is and we would love it if you would follow us @huntertafe or use the hashtags #huntertafe to share your images!

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COMMUNITY, HEALTH & FITNESS Imagine a life devoted to supporting people’s health and wellbeing, enabling them to live long and fulfilling lives. Your passion for health, people skills and caring nature will see you assisting people from all walks of life. The Australian health services sector is growing steadily and quality graduates with practical training and excellent people skills are in demand. Depending on your area of interest and specialisation, your job might see you caring for elderly people in an aged care facility, working in the emergency department of a busy hospital, counselling young people or helping people achieve their fitness goals as a personal trainer. Your teachers will bring years of experience working in a number of health and lifestyle sectors into the classroom. This industry experience will provide you with training that is focused on the practical skills and technical knowledge that will enable you to launch straight into a career in the community, health and fitness sectors. Hunter TAFE’s state-of-the-art nursing and clinical labs, massage clinics, fitness studios and sporting grounds provide you with the best possible learning environment and are widely recognised by employers and industry across the country.

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SHARON FURBY CERTIFICATE IV IN COMMUNITY SERVICE WORK

Winner - 2016 Hunter TAFE Community Health and Wellbeing Award Sharon had forged a successful career in the electricity industry when she felt an urge to change the direction of her ‘day to day’ life. Recognising her passion for assisting others, particularly those who are struggling, Sharon made the decision to enrol at TAFE as a mature aged student and actively pursued a career change. Sharon’s natural desire to assist people that are marginalised, or are at a point in their life where they require assistance from another person, is now supported by her studies and she is now pursuing her passion with a career in the Community Services industry.


AGED CARE & DISABILITIES

COMMUNITY SERVICES

FITNESS & MASSAGE

NURSING

In Australia aged and disability care workers help people to live engaged and fulfilled lives to the best of their abilities. Skilled and qualified aged care and nursing professionals are in high demand, particularly with the growth of the aged care sector.

Are you passionate about helping people in our community to change their lives? Are you a compassionate communicator keen to work with a diverse range of people? A career in the community services sector offers a range of opportunities for people wanting to make a difference in the world around them.

The fitness industry is booming with the focus on healthy minds and healthy bodies never being more important in Australian society than now. Take advantage of the great outdoors and your excellent people skills to help people look, feel and move better with a rewarding career in fitness or massage.

Australia’s nurses and health care workers help to care for those who need it most in the community and help to save lives on a daily basis. Skilled and qualified enrolled nursing and health care professionals are in high demand, with the sector being one of the largest employers in the region.

With Hunter TAFE’s nationally recognised qualifications, you can choose to specialise in a number of areas including working with adolescents, the homeless, people with a disability and victims of domestic violence. Careers exist for case workers, counsellors, and youth workers, in areas such as disability care, youth support and mental health services.

You will learn in purpose built massage clinics, fully equipped gymnasiums and training facilities, gaining practical skills and industry recognised qualifications. Job opportunities exist in the industry for personal trainers, group fitness instructors, remedial massage therapists, sports trainers and coaches.

Job opportunities in the health sector are widely varied and include positions in hospitals, aged care, health care facilities and in the community. Job outcomes include enrolled nurse, assistant in nursing, allied health assistant, hospital orderly, personal care assistant, health and welfare services officer, or a first aid officer.

Aged and disabled carers provide general household assistance, emotional support, care and companionship for aged and disabled persons in their own homes with careers in a range of sectors including health care and social assistance, public administration and safety, administration and support services.

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COURSE

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CODE

COURSE

CHC52015

Diploma of Community Services (Release 2)

CHC52015

Diploma of Community Services (Case Management) (Release 2)

CHC30213

Certificate III in Education Support (Release 3)

CHC43015

Certificate IV in Ageing Support (Release 2)

CHC43115

Certificate IV in Disability (Release 2)

CHC33015

Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing, Home and Community) (Release 2)

CHC43315

Certificate IV in Mental Health (Release 2)

CHC33015

Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing) (Release 2)

CHC53315

Diploma of Mental Health (Release 2)

CHC33015

Certificate III in Individual Support (Disability) (Release 2)

10090NAT

Certificate II in Skills for Work and Training in the Community Sector

CHC43415

Certificate IV in Leisure and Health (Release 2)

CHC40413

Certificate IV in Youth Work (Release 5)

CHC53415

Diploma of Leisure and Health (Release 2)

CHC50413

Diploma of Youth Work (Release 5)

COMMUNITY SERVICES

FITNESS AND MASSAGE

CHC43215

Certificate IV in Alcohol and Other Drugs (Release 2)

SIS30315

Certificate III in Fitness (Gym Instructor) (Release 1)

CHC53215

Diploma of Alcohol and Other Drugs (Release 2)

SIS40215

Certificate IV in Fitness (Release 1)

CHC32015

Certificate III in Community Services (Release 2)

SIS50215

Diploma of Fitness (Management) (Release 1)

CHC42015

Certificate IV in Community Services (Release 2)

HLT42015

Certificate IV in Massage Therapy (Release 2)

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COURSE

Diploma of Remedial Massage (Release 2)

HLT51612

Diploma of Nursing (Enrolled Division 2 Nursing)* (Release 1)

SIS20115

Certificate II in Sport and Recreation (Release 1)

HLT61107

Advanced Diploma of Nursing (Enrolled/Division 2* Nursing) (Release 2)

SIS30115

Certificate III in Sport and Recreation (Release 1)

167-22154V03

Statement of Attainment in Marine First Aid (STCW95)

SIS20513

Certificate II in Sport Coaching (Release 2)

561-16232V01

Statement of Attainment in Provide Advanced First Aid

SIS30713

Certificate III in Sport Coaching (Release 2)

561-16228V01

Statement of Attainment in Provide Basic Emergency Life Support

SIS30813

Certificate II in Sports Trainer (Release 2)

561-16227V01

Statement of Attainment in Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

561-16230V01

Statement of Attainment in Provide Emergency First Aid in Education and Care Settings

561-16229V01

Statement of Attainment in Provide First Aid

NURSING AND FIRST AID HLT33015

Certificate III in Allied Health Assistance (Release 2)

HLT43015

Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance (Release 2)

HLT35015

Certificate III in Dental Assisting (Release 1)

HLT45015

Certificate IV in Dental Assisting (Oral Health Promotion) (Release 1)

HLT45015

Certificate IV in Dental Assisting (Radiography) (Release 1)

HLT37315

Certificate III in Health Administration (Release 1)

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CREATIVE INDUSTRIES, FASHION & MEDIA Imagine a career that allows you to harness your creative talents, waking up each day with new ideas you can put into practice. Whether you are working on the designs for your new fashion collection or laying down tracks in a recording studio for your first album – no two days are the same. The Hunter Region and Australia have produced some of the best creative minds with names like Carla Zampatti, Nicole Kidman, Brett Whiteley and Daniel Johns being globally recognised for their talents. Creative industries are as diverse as the people that work in them with career opportunities available in a range of areas including fashion, music and sound production, interior design, graphic design, acting and video production. As a creative professional you will be able to use your individual creativity, skill, talent and hard work to pave the way to a rewarding career. Hunter TAFE offers state-of-the art facilities including editing suites, design studios, textile rooms, workshop spaces and art studios where you will work on creative projects both individually and collaboratively with your fellow students.

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ADVANCED DIPLOMA OF SCREEN AND MEDIA Winner - 2016 Hunter TAFE Creative Industries, Fashion and Media Award 2016 Highly Commended Award Sam worked in the warehouse industry for many years when he felt he was in need of a drastic change. When considering his options, Sam decided to turn his passion for art and animation into a career. As part of his course Sam produced a fantastic body of works in less than 12 months, including a 10 minute animation, which was used as a pilot for a TV series.

DIGITAL MEDIA

FASHION

Do you dream of working behind the lens directing Australian cinema or working as part of an animation team in the studios of Pixar or Disney? Digital media and communication offers a rewarding and exciting career path for people who are both technically minded and have an eye for detail.

There is something to be said about the elegance and grace of transforming luxurious materials into garments that will be worn and enjoyed by people all over the world. Fashion is a dynamic and exciting industry for people with a passion for fashion!

You will learn the use of the latest technical equipment and software programs used by industry and develop competencies in both the creative process and production process giving you the skills to see a project through from start to finish. Qualifications can lead to job opportunities in video production and editing, directing, developing and designing interactive video games, animation and camera operation.

Our industry experienced teachers deliver training programs that will put you a step ahead of the rest as you learn the fundamentals of the industry from sketching and pattern making to the advanced design and manufacturing processes. Qualifications can lead to careers in fashion design and costume design through to jobs within the corporate side of the industry for product merchandisers, collection developers and manufacturers.

Sam is now studying the 3D Art and Animation Degree at Enmore TAFE and would like to pursue a career as a TAFE teacher in the future to share his passion for design and animation with other students.

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FINE ARTS AND CERAMICS

The world of art is steeped in history. This raw form of expression has evolved over time, with influences in society and new applications and techniques. Artists have the ability to influence and inspire, and are widely celebrated by cultural events, galleries and institutions. The teachers at Newcastle Art School are all practising artists with established identities in the art world. Your teachers will help your develop skills and technique and mentor you as an artist, encouraging you to explore your creativity. Fine arts are suited to creative and imaginative people who are self-driven and can lead to careers for artists, painters, print makers, ceramic artists, curators, gallery assistants or art teachers.

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Allow your creativity to be used for a purpose with a career in graphic or interior design. One of the most creative jobs in the commercial setting, the design industries are suited for people who have an eye for detail, creative flair and excellent communication skills. Whether using graphics, colour, art, textiles, or materials to meet a client brief you will have the freedom to develop a final product and aesthetic that delivered the desired result. Graphic design qualifications can lead you to a number of exciting career paths be it an in-house graphic designer, working on developing graphics for brands, websites and print material or a designer in a large advertising agency. Interior design qualifications will enable you to work developing concepts and directing the design of office spaces, hotel lobbies, restaurant and bar fit-outs, and the homes of families from all walks of life.

MUSIC AND PERFORMING ARTS

The Hunter has a thriving music, arts and theatre scene. With no shortage of local talent, the region is a great breeding ground for talented and hardworking people who love to be in the spotlight. Depending on your chosen field, your career could take you all over the world as a musician or sound technician, collaborating with other artists to produce theatre productions, writing for film and television series or working in the education and community sectors to use music and entertainment as therapy. The job outcomes for graduates are varied, and can lead to creative careers working in a range of sectors from film and television, theatre and entertainment to music, education, community and health.


CREATIVE INDUSTRIES, FASHION AND MEDIA

CENTRAL COAST

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COURSE

ICT10115

Certificate I in Information, Digital Media and Technology (Release 1)

COURSE

FINE ARTS AND CERAMICS

LOCATION

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CUV20211

Certificate II in Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Cultural Arts (Release 1)

CUF30107

Certificate III in Media (Release 1)

CUV30211

Certificate III in Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Cultural Arts (Release 1)

CUV50411

Diploma of Photo Imaging (Release 1)*

167-28943V01

TAFE Statement in Art Access

CUF40107

Certificate IV in Screen and Media (Release 1)*

CUV30411

Certificate III in Arts Administration (Release 1)*

CUF50107

Diploma of Screen and Media (Release 1)*

CUV40511

Certificate IV in Arts Administration (Release 1)*

CUF60107

Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media (Release 1)*

167-16200V01

Statement of Attainment in Studio Art

FASHION

CUV50111

Diploma of Visual Arts (Release 1)*

LMT31407

Certificate III in Applied Fashion Design and Technology (Release 1)*

CUV60211

Advanced Diploma of Visual Arts (Release 1)*

LMT50307

Diploma of Applied Fashion Design and Technology (Release 1)*

LMT60307

Advanced Diploma of Applied Fashion Design and Technology (Release 1)*

DIGITAL MEDIA ICT40915

Certificate IV in Digital and Interactive Games (Release 2)

LMT21410

Certificate II in Laundry Operations (Release 2)*

ICT50215

Diploma of Digital and Interactive Games (Release 2)

LMT31110

Certificate III in Laundry Operations (Release 2)*

167-26022V01

TAFE Plus Statement in Digital Photography Introduction

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CODE

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CUF30107

Certificate III in Media (Release 1)*

CUS30109

Certificate III in Music (Release 2)*

CUS50109

Diploma of Music (Release 2)*

CUS30309

Certificate III in Music Business (Release 2)*

CUS50309

Diploma of Music Business (Release 2)*

CUS60309

Advanced Diploma of Music Business (Release 2)*

CUA50213

Diploma of Music Theatre (Release 2)

167-28745V01

TAFE Plus Statement in Pro Tools 101: Introduction to Pro Tools

CUS50209

Diploma of Sound Production (Release 2)*

CUS60209

Advanced Diploma of Sound Production (Release 2)*

CUS30209

Certificate III in Technical Production (Release 2)*

COURSE

LOCATION

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Certificate IV in Design (Release 1)

CUV30311

Certificate III in Design Fundamentals (Release 1)*

CUV50311

Diploma of Graphic Design (Release 1)*

MSF50213

Diploma of Interior Design and Decoration (Release 3)

MUSIC AND PERFORMING ARTS CUV30211 10259NAT CUV30411 10260NAT

Certificate III in Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Cultural Arts (Release 1)* Diploma of Arts (Acting) Certificate III in Arts Administration Advanced Diploma of Arts (Acting)

CUA50113

Diploma of Dance (Elite Performance) (Release 2)

CUA30413

Certificate III in Live Production and Services (Release 1)*

CUA50413

Diploma of Live Production and Technical Services (Release 1)*

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EDUCATION FOR CAREERS AND FURTHER STUDY TOM GOODWIN Do you want to further your skills and knowledge before entering higher education? Are you keen to increase your employability when joining the workforce? Are you looking to improve your English language skills? Take the next step in your studies or career with Hunter TAFE. Take your future into your own hands and kick start your education journey with our training programs that will help you get where you want to go, faster. Whether you want to go to university, are looking to improve your English language skills or are looking to re-enter the workforce, Hunter TAFE programs will assist you achieve your career goals. Learn from knowledgeable and supportive teachers in an independent learning environment where you are the master of your own destiny. The courses in Education for Careers and Further Study give you the chance to boost your learning skills and increase your employability. You can improve your reading, writing and numeracy skills, as well as develop specific employment capabilities to prepare yourself for the workplace.

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Winner - 2016 Hunter TAFE Education for Careers and Further Study Award As a Hunter TAFE Alumni with qualifications in carpentry, Thomas returned to TAFE to complete the Tertiary Preparation program, gaining the second highest Tertiary Entry Score in NSW, scoring 295 out of 300. Thomas has an excellent work ethic and is an intelligent, humble and well-spoken young man. Thomas’s achievements have enabled him to pursue a new career direction, having gained acceptance to study a Bachelor of Psychology at the University of Newcastle.


EDUCATION (FURTHER EDUCATION)

No matter what position you are currently in, there is always a pathway to your dream career available. Whether you did not complete year 12 or quite make the marks you wanted and need to gain entry into university, or you are hoping to gain entry to further vocational education and training - your goals are within reach. Our teachers are passionate about helping students to get to the next level and value the opportunity to be a part of your journey. Hunter TAFE’s programs will help you develop the knowledge and work related skills to gain recognised qualifications as you enter the next phase in your career, whether it is a business administration course at TAFE or a legal degree at university.

ENGLISH FOR SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES

If you are new to Australia or have been living here for some time but want to improve your language skills, our English programs can help you take the next step in your career journey. Friendly and supportive teachers will help you to learn how to read, write and speak the English language no matter where you are starting from. Hunter TAFE has programs at all levels that will help you develop excellent written and spoken English skills and the programs are designed especially for people with a non-English speaking background. Hunter TAFE also offers a range of support options for international students including a support from out Multicultural Unit who can help you with a range of cultural and educational questions you may have.

JOB READY SKILLS

Whether you have taken a break from work to raise your family, or school just did not work out for one reason or another, the career you always dream of can become reality thanks to the range of job ready programs available with Hunter TAFE. Hunter TAFE offers a range of programs that will assist you to take the next step towards your education and career goals. From certificate level programs that will assist you to build your literacy and numeracy skills and developing your knowledge in computer technology right through to entry-level programs that can lead you into further education programs at TAFE.

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Certificate I in Access to Vocational Pathways (Release 1)

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Certificate I in Access to Work and Training

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Certificate I in Access to Work and Training (Introductory)

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Certificate III in English for Further Study

CHC30213

Certificate III in Education Support (Release 3)

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Course in Preliminary and Spoken English

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Certificate III in Employment and Training

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Certificate I in Spoken and Written English

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Certificate II in Foundations for Vocational and Further Study

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Certificate II in Spoken and Written English

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Certificate I in Information, Digital Media and Technology (Release 1)

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Certificate III in Spoken and Written English

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Certificate III in Pathways to Further Study

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Certificate I in Skills for Vocational Pathways (Release 1)

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Certificate II in Skills for Work and Training

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Certificate II in Skills for Work and Training in the Community Sector

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Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways (Release 1)

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ENVIRONMENT, HORTICULTURE & PRIMARY INDUSTRIES Are you passionate about the environment and sustainable agricultural practices? Do you have a green-thumb and a love for all things nature? Environment, Horticulture and Primary Industries offer varied career opportunities whether you are interested in conservation and sustainability, farming practices or using plants and flowers to unleash your creativity. Branch out into a career in the Environment, Horticulture and Primary Industries where you will use your excellent knowledge of nature and the environment with your creative problem solving skills and work outdoors every day. The industry offers an abundance of job possibilities for those looking for a career such as an environment manager, wool and fleece classer, farm manager, nursery owner, landscape gardener, greenkeeper, florist, arborist or a forestry worker. For those interested in this dynamic sector, Hunter TAFE’s passionate and experienced teachers will provide you with best practice training that is relevant and practical to the industry you will work in. You will learn in modern classrooms and training facilities through a combination of workplace delivery, classroom delivery, and in a practical environment.

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NEIL RAMSAY DIPLOMA OF ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING & TECHNOLOGY Winner - 2016 Hunter TAFE Environment Award Prior to coming to TAFE, Neil spent eight and a half years studying, which included completing an undergraduate and Masters in Environmental Science. Afterwards, Neil enrolled in a TAFE course to hone his practical skills to support his academic qualifications. He is passionate about working across community sectors to design the right outcomes for places and people. As an employee for Liverpool Local Council, Neil possesses a strong commitment to the preservation of the natural environment through ongoing research and practice.


ENVIRONMENT & CONSERVATION

Sustainability of Australia’s precious resources and natural environment is one of the biggest challenges faced by industry, business and government today and will continue to be a high priority into the future. Play your part in managing and protecting Australia’s environment, flora, fauna and natural resources. Working in the environment and conservation industry you will be responsible for caring for rivers, streams, coastlines, bushland, flora and fauna in the conservation, environmental monitoring and management, waste management or water operations sectors. Qualifications can lead you to specialised work, planning for and managing extreme weather events such as bushfires and floods to working with large mining companies to rehabilitate and rejuvenate used mining land.

FLORISTRY

HORTICULTURE

Imagine combining a love for one of nature’s most exquisite creations with your creative flair to help celebrate life’s major events. A career as a florist will see you spend your days designing and creating floral arrangements to meet the brief provided by your clients. Using flowers, foliage, and ornamental grass you will create unique pieces for their special day be it a wedding, birthday, anniversary or other important occasions.

Think of that sense of achievement on your neighbour’s face when they sit down and admire their freshly mown lawn. Now times that tenfold, that is how you will feel when you have planted the last shrub on the first garden you have designed or as you taste the first strawberry grown in the hydroponic greenhouse you helped design and construct.

Hunter TAFE’s award winning Floristry section and industry expert teachers will provide you with the best training in flower storage, preparation, drawing and design techniques with a focus on the latest trends and industry best practice.

A career in horticulture will see you working outdoors to design, manage and maintain grounds of luxury resorts, green spaces in your local community, your local golf course or provide the best in tree care and maintenance. With a number of job options available in Australia’s horticulture industry you may find work as a landscaper, arborist, gardener, grounds keeper, landscape designer or nursery manager.

PRIMARY INDUSTRIES

Whether your are producing the highest quality fruit and vegetables, specially reared marbled wagu beef or the finest Merino wool you will have a rewarding career working on the land in one of Australia’s biggest export industries. Qualification can lead to a range of interesting careers for people who love working with nature and the environment, being outdoors and enjoy physical work. Jobs in industry may include farm manager or worker, wool or fleece classer, aquaculture farmers, crop or livestock farmer, agricultural consultant or a primary products inspector.

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Statement of Attainment in Chemical Application

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Certificate III in Arboriculture (Release 4)*

AHC21016

Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management (Release 2)

AHC50510

Diploma of Arboriculture (Release 1)*

AHC31416

Certificate III in Conservation and Land Management (Release 2)

563-11100V01

Statement of Attainment in Chainsaw Operations Basic Tree Felling

AHC40916

Certificate IV in Conservation and Land Management (Release 2)

563-11900V01

Statement of Attainment in Chainsaw operations - Trim, Cross Cut and Rip

Diploma of Conservation and Land Management (Release 2)

167-16189V01

Statement of Attainment in Conduct Tree Inspections

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Certificate III in Horticulture (Release 2)

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Diploma of Environmental Monitoring and Technology (Release 1)

AHC50416

Diploma of Horticulture (Release 1)

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Diploma of Landscape Design (Release 1)

AHC21616

Certificate II in Landscaping (Release 1)

AHC31716

Certificate III in Natural Area Restoration (Release 1)

AHC31016

Certificate III in Parks and Gardens (Release 1)

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Certificate III in Waste Management (Release 1)

FLORISTRY SFL20115

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Certificate II in Floristry Assistant (Release 1)

Certificate III in Floristry (Release 1)

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Certificate III in Agriculture (Release 2)

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Certificate IV in Agriculture (Release 2)

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Diploma of Agriculture (Release 2)

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Certificate III in Aquaculture (Release 5)

AHC21416

Certificate II in Wool Handling (Release 1)

AHC41316

Certificate IV in Wool Classing (Release 1)

AHC33016

Certificate III in Wool Clip Preparation (Release 1)

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FOOD SERVICES AND HOSPITALITY Your first lesson in pastry will never be forgotten. “Don’t let it get hot. Refrigerate it if you must. And make sure the filling is cold when it goes in as well, or your creation will be ruined!” A qualification in Food Services and Hospitality can lead to an exciting and dynamic career for budding master chefs, butchers, bakers and baristas. Qualifications in cookery and hospitality and can offer you the opportunity to visit every corner of the globe. With some of the world’s most transferable skills, there are opportunities in the industry for chefs, waiters, maîtred’, butcher, pastry chef, baker, catering managers and more. You will learn in state-of-the-art commercial kitchens, on-campus restaurants, and on the job from industry expert teachers considered the best in the business. Hunter TAFE’s partnerships with industry also offer great opportunities for employment and ensure that you are gaining qualifications that are world-class. At Hunter TAFE, you can start to earn while you learn through an apprenticeship program or gain specific skills relevant to your workplace through short courses in cake decorating and responsible service of alcohol. You can also undertake higher lever Diploma and Advanced Diploma qualifications that will set you up for management and supervisor roles within the industry.

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ZOE SAUNDERS DIPLOMA OF HOSPITALITY

Winner - 2016 Hunter TAFE Food Services and Hospitality Award and 2016 TAFE NSW Ambassador Scholarship With a dream of working in the ‘happiest place on earth’ Zoe Saunders has always displayed an enormous amount of pride in her work and a commitment to learning every aspect of the hospitality sector. She was a model student, graduating with a well-earned Distinction, receiving multiple awards and recognition including 2015 Crowne Plaza Scholarship, LT McDonald Leadership Award and four promotions through Cadets from Lance Corporal to Staff Sergeant in the space of two years. The day after completed her diploma, Zoe was offered a full time job working at Quest Apartments Newcastle.


BAKING

Your morning starts before the sun rises and finishes once the perfect loaves of bread have risen and French pastries filled with oozy chocolate, delicate custards and creams. Allow your creative flair and fine-tuned techniques to come alive with a career in baking and patisserie. You will learn from the best bakers and patisserie chefs in Australia in state-ofthe-art commercial kitchens and on the job. Learn and earn as you work your way towards a career as the head pastry chef in an international hotel chain or local restaurant or even run your own bakery famous amongst the locals for its artisan sourdough.

CATERING AND NUTRITION

Large events in unique locations, weddings in old barns, and the perfect corporate luncheon would not be the same without the fine-tuned planning and your perfect menu that knows how to please a crowd. Industry recognised courses will equip you with the skills and knowledge in food safety and food handling regulations. Qualifications can lead to a variety of careers in the catering industry that could see you working for large corporate catering companies or running your own boutique catering company that specialises in luxury events or food styling.

COMMERCIAL COOKERY

If a career tasting food for a living gets your mouth watering and your imagination racing then a career whipping up culinary creations could be just for you. Commercial cookery offers endless opportunities for hard working, creative people who are passionate about creating amazing dining experiences for their customers. Ten years from now, you could be head chef at one of the hottest restaurants in the city, operating your own local cafĂŠ or restaurant or globetrotting your way across the fine dining kitchens of Europe.

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FOOD AND BEVERAGE

HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT

MEAT PROCESSING

For many the start of their day, or end of the evening, just would not be the same without a perfectly poured espresso or expertly blended martini…shaken or stirred Mr Bond?

Imagine the sense of achievement as you see a customer smile with delight after their first sip of a perfectly extracted latte, the recommendation of an earthy bottle of cabernet sauvignon to match the grass-fed beef for main course, or the perfectly made king size bed complete with champagne on arrival for your newly-wed hotel guests.

There is a fine art to the processing, handling and butchery of meat to ensure the end product is a quality tasting lamb chop, gourmet sausage, cured salami or rump steak. Hunter TAFE has worked with the industry to develop a practical onthe-job meat processing program.

Bartenders and baristas work in a range of different settings and the skills you will develop can take you to across the world. If you can imagine yourself working in a major club or casino, a local café, cocktail lounge, cruise ship or coffee roasting company then this career might be the right fit for you.

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The fast-paced hospitality industry offers a wide range of rewarding career areas that will give you the opportunity to work anywhere in the world and in some of the most unique locations. Think a resort in the Whitsundays, an outback eco-lodge in the Northern Territory or a five star hotel in New York City.

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Your qualifications can lead to job opportunities preparing and inspecting meat working in a range of workplaces from processing plants, small local butchers, or large supermarket chains.

WINE

For those that appreciate the finer things in life the perfect drop is the best accompaniment to any occasion. The wine making process is an intricate process from the soil and the vines right through to the pressing of the grapes and the careful blending to create the final product that people enjoy the world over. Australia’s wine industry is considered one of the best in the world and contributes to a large percentage of tourism in Australia, with a great range of careers available. Located in the gateway to the Hunter Valley the viticultural facility at Kurri Kurri campus is the perfect setting to complete industry recognised training. Qualifications can lead to a range of careers in the wine industry including as a wine maker, viticulturist, wine merchant, wine appraisal, sommelier, and wine brokering.


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TAFE Plus Statement in Introduction to Barista

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Statement of Attainment in Advanced Cake Decorating

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TAFE Plus Statement in Advanced Barista Skills

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Certificate III in Retail Baking (Bread) (Release 3)

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Certificate I in Hospitality (Release 1)

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Certificate III in Retail Baking (Cake and Pastry) (Release 3)

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Certificate II in Hospitality (Release 1)

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Certificate III in Retail Baking (Combined) (Release 3)

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Certificate II in Retail Baking Assistance (Release 3)

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Certificate IV in Hospitality (Release 1)

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Diploma of Hospitality (Release 1)

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Statement of Attainment in Responsible Conduct of Gambling

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Statement of Attainment in Responsible Service of Alcohol (Release 2)*

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Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery (Release 1)*

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Statement of Attainment in Food Safety Supervision (Release 1)*

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HAIR & BEAUTY Imagine the smile on your client’s face as she walks out of the salon after an afternoon of pampering. They are looking fresh with a new cut, colour and style, ready for the event she is going to at the newest restaurant in town. The hair and beauty industry is one of the most exciting and rewarding careers where everyday, you will help people look and feel their best. The industry provides a number of job opportunities for beauticians and hairdressers working in salons or people who want to run their own small business, or even opportunities for experienced professionals working in large cosmetics and beauty companies in sales, product development or marketing roles. Hunter TAFE’s training course covers the latest in related health research and our teachers will explain the chemistry and biology behind commonly used products and services. Hair and beauty fashions are always changing, but our expert teachers will provide all the tips and keep your skill set up to date. Hunter TAFE offers training that provides a seamless transition between classroom and on-the-job training for apprentices working in salons across the industry for people with a creative flair and who love to help clients look and feel their best.

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ALEX BROWN CERTIFICATE III IN HAIRDRESSING Winner - 2016 Hunter TAFE Hair and Beauty Award Alex always knew that she wanted to work in the hair and beauty sector. A high achiever, natural leader and passionate hairdresser, she quickly gained the respect of her peers, colleagues and teachers. Alex was delighted to participate in Homeless Connect, a charitable event where she performed haircuts for a number of clients, gaining valuable work experience during her studies. She is currently working at Hairhouse Warehouse and believes that her TAFE experience provided her with the right skills for the workplace.


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BEAUTY The beauty industry is more than skin deep. A great therapist understands the complexity of how individual products and treatments work with the skin to achieve a flawless complexion. The industry is currently experiencing strong growth and provides excellent opportunities for people who are passionate about helping people look great. Qualifications and practical skills training with Hunter TAFE can lead you to a number of rewarding career paths such as beauty therapist, cosmetics consultant, beauty salon manager, makeup artist, nail technician, or special effects make-up artist.

Hairdressing is so much more than colour and styling. It is about helping clients to achieve their goals, boost confidence and feel their best. As a hairdresser you will develop excellent relationships with your customers and forge a loyal customer base through your attention to detail and ability to deliver glamorous results. Training and qualifications are often delivered through an apprenticeship style program where you will learn both on-thejob and in the classroom and salons of Hunter TAFE. Your teachers will mentor and guide you through the program with their own experience and knowledge of the latest industry techniques, products and trends. Hunter TAFE’s qualifications will help you develop confidence and skills to pursue a rewarding career as a salon stylist, barber, a session stylist behind the scenes of movies and fashion week, or even own your own salon.

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Certificate IV in Beauty Therapy (Release 1)

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Diploma of Beauty Therapy (Release 1)

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Certificate III in Make-Up (Release 1)

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Certificate III in Nail Technology (Release 1)

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Certificate III in Barbering (Release 1)

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Today, being tech-savvy is vital. Every industry relies on specialists to keep IT infrastructure running smoothly. So whether you are designing websites, enhancing a company’s networking capabilities, designing a cloud storage solution or developing computer games, you will be playing a vital role. The career possibilities are endless for IT professionals whose expertise and technical skills are in high demand. At Hunter TAFE, you can choose to specialise in a number of areas depending on where your interests take you, be it working on the infrastructure and systems behind the scenes, developing security systems to protect company data or developing games for the likes of IGN.

CERTIFICATE III IN INFORMATION, DIGITAL MEDIA AND TECHNOLOGY

The IT industry offers a great variety of careers with opportunities existing in software development, programming, infrastructure and warehousing, networking, computer hardware testing and maintenance, as well as in application and game development.

Winner - 2016 Hunter TAFE Information Technology Award

Benefit from links with the Red Hat Academy, Microsoft Academy and Cisco Academy through your studies at Hunter TAFE. You will study in state-of-theart computer labs and learn the latest techniques and methodologies from teachers who have spent years working in the professional IT space. Their industry knowledge will provide you with the practical knowledge and skills that will help you launch your career, ensuring you are ahead of the game.

Before commencing at Hunter TAFE, Ben had already obtained qualifications in Psychological Science at the University of Newcastle but wanted to pursue his passion for IT. He is an advocate for lifelong learning and believes that Hunter TAFE provided him with skills that were directly transferable into the workplace. Ben is now applying his Psychological Science and Digital Media and Technology knowledge in his role in IT Support at Lakeside Clinic.

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

The IT industry is experiencing rapid growth as the importance of demand for data collection, security, cloud services and storage increases. You will learn the science and technology behind the hardware, infrastructure and networking of complex information technology systems. These skills will open the gateway to work in a number of roles including ICT account management, network security, network administration, technology consulting, infrastructure management, systems analysis or systems administration.

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Some of the world’s most popular computer games and applications are the work of talented software and program developers. Software Programming is suited to people with a passion for code and an interest in working with large teams to develop programs such as Xero, Microsoft Office, Adobe Suite, or even applications and games such as Instagram or Pokémon Go. Hunter TAFE’s software and programming courses are developed with industry partners to ensure you gain relevant and practical skills. Qualifications can lead to job opportunities in help desk support, ICT support, software programming, software developing, systems analysis and functional testing.

Website and Digital media is where technology expertise meets creativity. This career can give you the opportunity to design and develop great websites or be involved in the creation of popular video games. The website and digital media space offers a wide range of opportunities, which might see you working in a small web design business helping local entrepreneurs create engaging websites that help promote their products and services to developing the back end of e-commerce sites such as eBay.

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Certificate IV in Information Technology (Release 2)

ICT50115

Diploma of Information Technology (Release 2)

ICT40415

Certificate IV in Information Technology Networking (Release 2)

ICT50415

Diploma of Information Technology Networking (Release 2)

ICT10115

Certificate I in Information, Digital Media and Technology (Release 1)

ICT20115

Certificate II in Information, Digital Media and Technology (Release 2)

ICT30115

Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology (Release 2)

ICT40515

Certificate IV in Programming (Release 1)

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Diploma of Software Development (Release 1)

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Certificate IV in Web-Based Technologies (Release 2)

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Diploma of Website Development (Release 2)

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MANUFACTURING & ENGINEERING A few beads of perspiration have formed on your brow, but never mind, you have just finished the spot weld. You lift the mask, wipe your brow and lay down the gun and rod. A satisfied smile comes to your face. Another tidy join. Time to clean up and get back to the computer-aided design files to check what is next. Sparks are flying in our Manufacturing and Engineering courses for all the right reasons. Whether you want to work with metal, in mechanics, innovative product design, or understanding how to draft structural building designs, we have a course for you and your passion. You will join an industry that will challenge you every day, whether you are designing, installing, repairing or manufacturing products, or working in mechanical engineering, air-conditioning or electrical services. Your career could see you to working with 3D printers, motor vehicles, medical equipment, and aircraft. From being a fitter and turner in a plant, to an engineer working on heavy machinery on a mine or construction site, you will be essential to creating innovative solutions to some of the most advanced everyday problems. The Hunter region is a leader in manufacturing and engineering and Hunter TAFE is working with industry partners to adapt our programs to meet the changing skills needs of employers. Hunter TAFE industry expert teachers bring years of knowledge into the classroom so you can be assured of real world, job-ready skills employers seek, leading to great employment outcomes.

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DYLAN BOLCH CERTIFICATE III IN ENGINEERING - FABRICATION TRADE (HEAVY FABRICATION)

Winner - 2016 Hunter TAFE Manufacturing and Engineering Award At just 21-years of age, proud Kamilaroi man Dylan Bolch has achieved more than many twice his age. Possessing a strong work ethic and great pride in his work at local mining manufacturer Macquarie Manufacturing, Dylan is a talented young professional. Dylan has shown he is a true leader having earned a number of awards including 2016 TAFE NSW Gili Awards Apprentice of the Year, HRATA Apprentice of the Year for Metal Fabrication and the 2016 HRATA Stan Rippon Perpetual Trophy. He participated in the 2016 regional WorldSkills competition and gained a first place in Welding and third place in Fabrication and went on to win a silver medal at the 2016 National WorldSkills Competition in Melbourne.


MANUFACTURING & INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Advanced manufacturing and production processing practices are fast replacing traditional industries in Australia. These emerging technologies need talent with the right combination of engineering and design skills to create innovative manufacturing solutions. From working on the development of a new robotic machine or producing laser cut building materials for an architecturally designed home, to designing a new part for production processes that can be prototyped using a 3D printer, a world of opportunity awaits.

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ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

MANUFACTURING AND ENGINEERING MANUFACTURING AND ENGINEERING CODE

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ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

The Sydney Harbour Bridge, Australia’s rail network and the Snowy Mountains Hydro-electric Scheme all have one thing in common – they were all the work of engineering invention. Engineers use science, maths, physics and technical skills to solve the problems of many of the world’s building and manufacturing issues. You will learn the ins and outs of industry specific technologies from teachers who have decades of experience working in the field. Industry recognised qualifications can lead to a variety of career paths with opportunity to specialise and work in various engineering fields such as mechanical, automotive and metal fabrication.

Electricity is integral in powering our healthcare, communication and transport systems, manufacturing industries and dayto-day lifestyles. The electricity industry is going through an exciting transition with an increased focus on developing and utilising renewable energy sources. Studying electrical engineering at Hunter TAFE provides students with the practical skills and training to work as servicing technicians, technical officers, and electronics assemblers in industries including energy generation, telecommunications and robotics.

UEE21911

Certificate II in Electronics (Release 3)

UEE22011

Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start) (Release 4)

UEE33011

Certificate III in Electrical Fitting (Release 4)

UEE30611

Certificate III in Electrical Machine Repair (Release 4)

UEE30911

Certificate III in Electronics and Communications (Release 5)

UEE30811

Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician (Release 4)

UEE40411

Certificate IV in Electrical - Instrumentation (Release 4)

UEE40911

Certificate IV in Industrial Electronics and Control (Release 4)

UEE50411

Diploma of Electrical Engineering (Release 5)

UEE62211

Advanced Diploma of Electrical - Engineering (Release 5)

UEE30911

Certificate III in Electronics and Communications (Release 5)

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MEM40105

Certificate IV in Engineering (Release 4)

HE20502V02

Associate Degree of Applied Engineering (Renewable Energy Technologies)

MEM30305

Certificate III in Engineering - Fabrication Trade (Release 4)

MSS20316

Certificate II in Competitive Systems and Practices (Release 1)

MEM30205

MSS30316

Certificate III in Competitive Systems and Practices (Release 1)

Certificate III in Engineering - Mechanical Trade (Release 3)

MEM20205

MSS40316

Certificate IV in Competitive Systems and Practices (Release 1)

Certificate II in Engineering - Production Technology (Release 6)

MEM30505

Certificate III in Engineering - Technical (Release 2)

MEM50212

Diploma of Engineering - Technical (Release 4)

MEM40412

Certificate IV in Engineering Drafting (Release 3)

561-17433V03

Statement of Attainment in Flux Core Arc Welding (FCAW)

561-17435V03

Statement of Attainment in Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW)

561-17436V03

Statement of Attainment in Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW)

167-14016V01

Statement of Attainment in Introduction to Welding Oxy-Cutting, GMAW, MMAW and GTAW

10220NAT 10221NAT MEM60112 561-17432V04 PMA30116 PMA40116

UPPER HUNTER

Diploma of Industrial Design Advanced Diploma of Industrial Design Advanced Diploma of Engineering (Release 2) Statement of Attainment in Nondestructive testing to AINDT Certification Certificate III in Process Plant Operations (Release 1) Certificate IV in Process Plant Technology (Release 1)

METALS AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERING HE20502V02

Associate Degree of Applied Engineering (Renewable Energy Technologies)

561-17434V03

Statement of Attainment in Manual Metal Arc Welding (MMAW)

MEM20105

Certificate II in Engineering (Release 4)

561-17431V03

Statement of Attainment in Welding to AS1796 Certification 1-9

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MARITIME AND MARINE Imagine looking out across the vast open seas with the warm sun shining overhead and a slight breeze in the wind as you stand on deck. This is your office. As the Captain, you are responsible for the delivery of precious cargo, which for this journey is a shipload of cars that are being imported from Europe for car dealerships right across Australia. About 90% of world trade is carried by the international shipping industry. Without shipping, the import and export of affordable food and goods would not be possible - half the world would starve and the other half would freeze! Hunter TAFE offers one of the best learning environments for maritime and marine studies in Australia. With state-of-the-art marine engine room and ship bridge simulators and teachers that have decades of experience working for large shipping companies, you will learn practical, industry relevant skills from the best. All courses are approved by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) and in regulation with the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers 1978 (STCW).

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SIMON BLACKMORE DIPLOMA OF MARITIME OPERATIONS

Winner - 2016 Hunter TAFE Maritime and Marine Award Simon was a model student committed to his studies, engaged in discussions, considerate of his classmates and passionate about his industry. Based in Queensland with his young family, Simon travelled to Newcastle to complete his studies. Despite a busy work schedule and volunteer commitments, Simon was able to successfully find balance and achieve strong results throughout his qualification. Simon is currently a Deputy Commanding Officer in the Australian Border Force and in 2015 was awarded the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service Operations Medal, and he will be able to use this qualification to progress his career.


MARITIME OPERATIONS

Do you love the ocean? Are you interested in a job that could take you all over the world? Marine operations is a rewarding and challenging career for people who want to take control, navigate and supervise the safe operation of ships at sea, in port and at anchor. Maritime qualifications offer a number of careers on board vessels of all sizes from luxury cruise ships to international freight ships. Job opportunities are available above deck for ship masters, officers, coxswains and deckhands.

MARINE ENGINEERING

Marine engineers control the installation, operation and maintenance of machinery and equipment on ships and vessels and work onshore or at sea, or both. If you love the ocean and want to travel, a great range of careers are available for people with good maths, science and problem solving skills. Qualifications for chief mate, deck watchkeeper, engineer watchkeeper or shipwright levels will lead you to work in the engine departments of cargo ships, dredges, offshore supply and drill vessels, floating production storage and offtake facilities, oil tankers, passenger ships and tugs.

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COURSE

167-22154V03

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Statement of Attainment in Marine First Aid (STCW)

MAR50613

Diploma of Maritime Operations (Marine Engineering Class 3 Near Coastal) (Release 1)

167-15009V01

Statement of Attainment in Advanced Marine Steam / Diesel (Class 1)

MAR30913

Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Master up to 24 metres Near Coastal) (Release 2)

167-16009V01

Statement of Attainment in Command Modules for Master less than 500 GT

MAR40613

Certificate IV in Maritime Operations (Master up to 35 metres Near Coastal) (Release 1)

167-18044V01

TAFE Statement in GMDSS Revalidation

MAR50415

Diploma of Maritime Operations (Master up to 500 GT or Master 80 metres) (Release 1)

167-15011V01

Statement of Attainment in Intermediate Marine Steam / Diesel (Class 2)

MAR50713

Diploma of Maritime Operations (Master up to 80 metres Near Coastal) (Release 1)

167-4655V01

TAFE Plus Statement in Marine Automation and Practical Electronics

MAR50315

Diploma of Maritime Operations (Watchkeeper Deck) (Release 1)

167-21939V02

TAFE Plus Statement in Marine Engineering STCW Revalidation - Engineer Officers

167-4654V01

TAFE Plus Statement in Operation and Maintenance of Marine Elect.Systems

167-22155V03

Statement of Attainment in Marine Proficiency in Survival Craft (STCW)

167-21920V04

Statement of Attainment in STCW Adv Fire Prevention/ Ctrl Fires Onboard Ship

MAR20313

Certificate II in Maritime Operations (Coxswain Grade 1 Near Coastal) (Release 1)

167-16208V01

Statement of Attainment in STCW Basic Fire Prevention/ Control fires onboard ship

MAR50115

Diploma of Maritime Operations (Engineer Watchkeeper) (Release 1)

167-16007V01

Statement of Attainment in STCW Sea Safety (AMSA accredited sea safety training courses)

MAR60215

Advanced Diploma of Maritime Operations (Marine Engineering Class 1) (Release 1)

167-25763V01

TAFE Plus Statement in Continuous Competency Revalidation

MAR60115

Advanced Diploma of Maritime Operations (Marine Engineering Class 2) (Release 1)

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RETAIL & LOGISTICS The thriving retail industry is changing daily with the emergence of e-commerce and online shopping, meaning consumers can buy at anytime and anywhere using their mobile phones. The industry is looking for bright, forward thinking and digitally savvy people who have a passion for sales and customer service. NSW has a highly developed retail, community pharmacy and supply chain infrastructure, which includes major shopping centres, distribution facilities, and logistical support in metropolitan and regional areas, all of which are creating a thriving environment for the Retail, Community Pharmacy and Logistics industry. The industry offers a great range of job opportunities across many sectors allowing people to combine their passion with a career that has great longterm sustainability and development opportunities. Careers in this sector are available for salespeople and warehouse operations staff right up to area and logistics management positions in retail companies. Hunter TAFE teachers have worked in all areas of the retail industry from supermarkets, to fashion retailers and the warehousing and logistics departments of large retail chains. Their industry know-how will ensure you learn the ins and outs of retail, from store presentation right through to sales forecasting and managing staff.

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BRIANNA BEAVAN CERTIFICATE III IN RETAIL OPERATIONS Winner - 2015 Hunter TAFE Retail and Logistics Award Having completed a Children’s Services qualification, Brianna took the courageous step in 2014 of enrolling in a Certificate III in Retail Operations with the intention of pursuing a career in that industry. Brianna has a strong community focus and is using her new skills in the organisation and sales operations at her local primary school’s annual Scholastic Book Fair, which she has been involved in for the past five years. Brianna is furthering her studies in a Certificate IV in Retail Management at Hunter TAFE.


RETAIL AND LOGISTICS LOGISTICS

RETAIL

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LOCATION

RETAIL The right thing, in the right place, at the right time. This will be your mantra as logistics and warehouse operations professionals in an industry that is essential to Australia’s supply chain. Study at Hunter TAFE and learn the essential skills needed to supervise staff, develop effective policies and procedures, and manage warehouse operations. Job opportunities are available for logistics clerks, warehouse administrators, store persons, and stock clerks.

Australia’s retail and community pharmacy industries are a thriving and diverse landscape that provide challenging and rewarding job opportunities. If you are driven by sales targets, love providing product advice, and consider yourself a people person, the retail/community pharmacy industry might just be your dream career. Job opportunities in retail exist for sales representatives, retail buyers and managers across a wide range of areas – everything from fashion to supermarkets, from community pharmacies, to hardware and homeware stores.

SIR30112

Certificate III in Community Pharmacy (Release 2)*

SIR40112

Certificate IV in Community Pharmacy (Release 3)*

SIR30212

Certificate III in Retail Operations (Release 2)*

SIR20212

Certificate II in Retail Services (Release 2)*

SIR30312

Certificate III in Retail Supervision (Release 2)*

LOGISTICS TLI42010

Certificate IV in Logistics (Release 5)*

TLI21610

Certificate II in Warehousing Operations (Release 5)*

TLI41810

Certificate IV in Warehousing Operations (Release 4)*

*Superseded course - see full explanation on page 9

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SCIENCE The crime scene had been set up and the blue and white chequered police cordon flapped in the light breeze. You don the flimsy protective outfit and shoe coveralls and head towards the backyard. What is in store for you this time? Will your forensic collection and analysis help solve the crime? There is more to science at Hunter TAFE than white coats, test tubes, and scientists, but whether you want work in a laboratory, forensics, product processing operations or do your part to create a sustainable environment, our industry-experienced teachers can give you the practical skills and technical know-how to kick start your career. Scientists work in a huge range of industries, where professionals will rely on your expertise to solve problems, test products and chemicals, conduct forensics in a lab or analyse pathology results. Job opportunities exist in a range of areas including pathology, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, food processing, environmental science, food processing, manufacturing, transport and mining industries. For those interested in the Sciences, Hunter TAFE has world-class laboratory facilities and teachers who work with industry to ensure you are learning the latest processes and technical skills to take your career to the next level. You will learn through a combination of workplace delivery, classroom delivery, and in a laboratory environment.

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FERRAN THORNYCROFT CERTIFICATE IV IN LABORATORY TECHNIQUES

Winner - 2016 Hunter TAFE Science Award Ferran is a strong academic performer. Before commencing studies at TAFE, Ferran was home schooled, which proved advantageous for her as brought phenomenal amount of enthusiasm for learning to her course which was infectious amongst her peers. Her passion for science was enhanced when she was able to put theory into practice at TAFE. A natural leader, Ferran is always willing to assist those around her, which will be a great attribute as she commences studies at university.


HEALTH SCIENCES

SCIENCE AND LABORATORY

Qualifications in the health sciences industry allow you to combine a love for human sciences and biology with great people skills. Your expertise will contribute to keeping people’s smiles and bodies healthy.

Kick start your laboratory career with a hands-on program in Hunter TAFE’s modern laboratories where you will gain the technical and diagnostic skills, scientific knowledge and highly valued practical industry skills you need to succeed.

Health science qualifications offer a range of job opportunities for dental assistants, pathology workers, laboratory assistants, and drug and alcohol screening specialists who work in a range of businesses such as dental surgeries, pathology labs, doctors surgeries, and private medical companies.

Hunter TAFE’s practical qualifications can lead to employment opportunities for laboratory technicians, technical sales representatives, laboratory managers and pathology workers in a wide range of fields including pathology, biotechnology, pharmaceutical, food processing, biological, environmental science and mining industries.

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CENTRAL COAST

SCIENCE CODE

HUNTER

UPPER HUNTER

SCIENCE COURSE

LOCATION

SCIENCE AND LABORATORY

CODE

COURSE

HEALTH SCIENCES

MSS50216

Diploma of Environmental Monitoring and Technology (Release 1)

HLT35015

Certificate III in Dental Assisting (Release 1)

FDF20111

Certificate II in Food Processing (Release 3)

HLT45015

Certificate IV in Dental Assisting (Oral Health Promotion) (Release 1)

FDF30111

Certificate III in Food Processing (Release 4)

HLT45015

Certificate IV in Dental Assisting (Radiography) (Release 1)

MSL30116

Certificate III in Laboratory Skills (Release 1)

MSL50116

Diploma of Laboratory Technology (Pathology) (Release 1)

MSL40116

Certificate IV in Laboratory Techniques (Release 1)

HLT37415

Certificate III in Pathology Assistance (Release 2)

MSL50116

Diploma of Laboratory Technology (Release 1) HLT37215

Certificate III in Pathology Collection (Release 1)

MSL50116

Diploma of Laboratory Technology (Chemical & Forensic Testing) (Release 1)

HLT37015

Certificate III in Sterilisation Services (Release 1)

PMB30116

Certificate III in Polymer Processing (Release 1)

PMB40116

Certificate IV in Polymer Technology (Release 1)

PMA40116

Certificate IV in Process Plant Technology (Release 1)

PSP30712

Certificate III in School Support Services (Release 1)

CPP30711

Certificate III in Waste Management (Release 1)

NWP30315

Certificate III in Water Industry Treatment (Release 1)

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TOURISM, EVENTS & OUTDOOR RECREATION There is a hush as the keynote speaker walks to the microphone, right on cue just as you planned. The venue is packed because of your behind-the-scenes contacts and well-placed promotion. It is suitably decorated and offering all amenities for participants‌the audience is comfortably seated and awaits an enthralling address. Chalk up another well-organised gig. The Tourism, Events and Outdoor Recreation industry is fast-paced and challenging, but if you are a people-person, there is no better place to be. This industry offers diverse career opportunities, which range from organising conventions, festivals and sporting events to guiding tours of travellers on an outback adventure, or expertly helping people book their next overseas trip. Jobs in this industry require excellent skills and a few tricks of the trade to get ahead and lead you to careers in an international hotel chain, conference centre or adventure tour company. With the team of expert teachers at Hunter TAFE you will receive practical training focused on equipping you with the skills you need to kick start your career in this ever evolving and growing industry. The region’s tourism industry is worth about $1.3 billion to the Hunter economy and employs more than 12,000 people directly in the region. With purpose built facilities including the Hunter Valley Hotel Academy, Preview Restaurant at Ourimbah and the Clydesdale Restaurant at Hamilton Campus you will learn in a practical hands-on environment.

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SHARI NICHOL DIPLOMA OF EVENTS

Winner - 2016 Hunter TAFE Tourism, Events and Outdoor Recreation Award Shari is working in her dream job and for the most part, she credits her Hunter TAFE experience in getting her there. After a career that has included international travel and advertising, Shari pursued a TAFE qualification in event management so she could work with an organisation that was dedicated to making people happy. After taking on a workexperience placement with Camp Quality to gain practical experience to complement her studies, Shari was offered her dream job as the full-time Fundraising Coordinator after graduating from Hunter TAFE.


GUIDING & OUTDOOR RECREATION

TOURISM AND EVENTS

TOURISM, EVENTS AND OUTDOOR RECREATION CENTRAL COAST

NEWCASTLE

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TOURISM AND EVENTS

Impart your love and appreciation of being in the great outdoors and apply it to a career in one of the world’s most thrilling industries. Work in the industry is performed in the field and will take you to diverse locations for school camps, corporate adventure programs and in differing environments such as water-based, dry land and mountainous terrains using a range of equipment.

One of the few professions in the world that will allow you explore the world and your own backyard as a job, the tourism and events industry is one of the most thrilling and dynamic career paths for curious and energetic people. Qualifications cater to a diverse range of career opportunities in the tourism and event industries with many overlapping. You could find yourself working on major tourism events, concerts, festival, or working in airlines, retail travel agencies, tour operators, cultural and heritage sites or even a small tourism business requiring multi-skilled employees. Work could be undertaken in an office environment where planning of tourism, travel products and services takes place, in the field where products are delivered, or a combination of both.

SIT30516

Certificate III in Events (Release 1)

SIT50212

Diploma of Events (Release 2)*

SIT60216

Advanced Diploma of Event Management (Release 1)

SIT30116

Certificate III in Tourism (Release 1)

SIT30216

Certificate III in Travel (Release 1)

SIT40212

Certificate IV in Travel & Tourism (Release 3)*

SIT50112

Diploma of Travel and Tourism (Release 3)*

SIT60112

Advanced Diploma of Travel and Tourism (Release 3)*

GUIDING AND OUTDOOR RECREATION SIS20213

Certificate II in Outdoor Recreation (Release 2)

SIS30413

Certificate III in Outdoor Recreation (Release 1)

SIS40313

Certificate IV in Outdoor Recreation (Release 1)

*Superseded course - see full explanation on page 9

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TRANSPORT & MINING Every industry in Australia depends on transport and mining to some degree. From the everyday family people mover and the fleets of large businesses to the heavy machinery of the mining and agriculture sectors, the mining and automotive industries are vital to the Australian economy. Drive your career to the next level with qualifications in transport and mining that will open up a wide range of careers such as a mining operator, diesel mechanic, truck mechanic, panel beater, mining engineer or an automotive electrician. The mining and transport industry offers a dynamic and exciting career for people who like solving problems and are good with their hands. Whether you want to work in mining, auto body repair and painting or work in the maintenance and repair of heavy machinery, we have a course for you and your passion. Industry experienced teachers bring years of knowledge into the classroom so you can be assured of the real world, job-ready skills employers seek. You will also learn in practical workshops that replicate the modern workplace and train with the latest tools and technology that will keep you ahead of game.

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AARON FOGARTY CERTIFICATE III IN AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY Winner - 2016 Hunter TAFE Plant and Heavy Vehicle Award Aaron demonstrates enthusiasm towards learning with aspirations to continuously better himself and assist others. A natural leader, Aaron has become a mentor for fellow apprentices on site at his workplace. His success has been recognised within industry, having been named the 2016 NSW Top Apprentice in Vehicle Trades at the NSW Training Awards. Aaron has a strong sense of community and has taken part in various community initiatives including Clean Up Australia Day, presentations at local high schools and involvement in fundraising events for the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service.


AUTOMOTIVE

MINING

Are you a hands-on problem solver keen to know how things work? Does machinery and all things technical get you revved up? Then a career in the automotive industry might be where your passion lies.

Australia is one of the world’s top five producers of important minerals, including coal. Whether you want to work in an open cut or underground operation, a career in mining will give you the power to move mountains.

The Automotive industry offers a wide range of exciting employment opportunities for those who are interested in working with hydraulics, cooling systems and ignitions on both light automotive such as cars, motorbikes and trucks to large scale machinery in the mining, construction or agricultural sectors.

Australia’s mining industry is becoming increasingly focused on ensuring all employees hold a Certificate III or higher. Hunter TAFE’s industry recognised qualifications allow you to specialise in open cut or underground operations and can lead to a rewarding career with the possibility of working across Australia, and even the world.

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CENTRAL COAST

TRANSPORT AND MINING CODE

HUNTER

COURSE

LOCATION

CODE

COURSE

AUR20516

Certificate II in Automotive Servicing Technology (Release 1)

AUR20216

Certificate II in Automotive Air Conditioning Technology (Release 1)

AUR21816

Certificate II in Automotive Steering and Suspension System Technology (Release 1)

AUR20916

Certificate II in Automotive Body Repair Technology (Release 1)

AUR21916

Certificate II in Automotive Tyre Servicing Technology (Release 1)

AUR32116

Certificate III in Automotive Body Repair Technology (Release 1)

AUR32516

Certificate III in Automotive Underbody Technology (Release 1)

AUR21316

Certificate II in Automotive Braking System Technology (Release 1)

AUR20716

Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation (Release 1)

AUR21416

Certificate II in Automotive Cooling System Technology (Release 1)

AUR31116

Certificate III in Heavy Commercial Vehicle Mechanical Technology (Release 1)

AUR20416

Certificate II in Automotive Electrical Technology (Release 1)

AUR30616

Certificate III in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology (Release 1)

AUR30316

Certificate III in Automotive Electrical Technology (Release 1)

AUR31216

Certificate III in Mobile Plant Technology (Release 1)

AUM20213

Certificate II in Automotive Manufacturing Production Bus, Truck and Trailer (Release 1)

167-16186V01

Statement of Attainment in Powder Coat Finishing

AUM30213

Certificate III in Automotive Manufacturing Technical Operations - Bus, Truck and Trailer (Release 1)

MSM31115

Certificate III in Recreational Vehicle Manufacturing (Release 2)

AUR40216

Certificate IV in Automotive Mechanical Diagnosis (Release 1)

MSM30216

Certificate III in Surface Preparation and Coating Application (Release 1)

AUR32416

Certificate III in Automotive Refinishing Technology (Release 1)

167-16106V01

Statement of Attainment in Wheel Assembly, Tyres and Tubes

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Hunter TAFE Alumni Association: (definition)

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COURSE

i. a community for graduates to stay connected with Hunter TAFE

LOCATION

ii. a network of like-minded people who can support you on your career journey iii. a network that allows access to exclusive benefits to encourage wellbeing and advancement in your career

MINING UEE40411

Certificate IV in Electrical - Instrumentation (Release 4)

UEE30911

Certificate III in Electronics and Communications (Release 5)

UEE40911

Certificate IV in Industrial Electronics and Control (Release 4)

AUR31216

Certificate III in Mobile Plant Technology (Release 1)

167-20002V01

Statement of Attainment in Supervisor Training (S1, S2, S3)

RII40215

Certificate IV in Surface Coal Mining (Open Cut Examiner) (Release 1)

RII50915

Diploma of Underground Coal Mining Management (Release 1)

RII40415

Certificate IV in Underground Coal Operations (Release 3)

Member benefits! Access to discounted health care plans

Contact Us For more information:

Access to online journals and videos to encourage life long learning

Foundation & Alumni Coordinator 4923 7302

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Access to professional services to assist with career advancement and development

alumni.huntertafe @tafe.nsw.edu.au

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The information in this Career Guide is provided for domestic students only (Australian citizens, Permanent Residents and New Zealand Citizens). If you are not a domestic student, please contact a Hunter TAFE Customer Service Officer on 131 225 for further information. Hunter TAFE made every reasonable effort to ensure the material contained in this Career Guide was correct at the time of printing (October 2016) however Hunter TAFE courses are subject to sufficient demand and availability of resources and the time, location, enrolment method or mode of study, or any other information or material in this publication, can change at any time without notice. Prior to enrolling you should ensure you have the most up to date information by calling 131 225 or visiting Hunter TAFE’s website. Hunter TAFE does not give any warranty that the information contained in this Career Guide is free from error or omission and to the extent permissible by law, Hunter TAFE excludes all liability for any loss or damage (including indirect, special or consequential loss or damage) arising from any use of, or reliance upon, the information or material contained herein.


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