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CONTENTS 5

Essential Information

8

Higher Education

6

School Based Apprenticeships and Traineeships

9

Using this Guide

7

Unique Student Identifier

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Frequently Asked Questions

BOARD DEVELOPED COURSES (CAN CONTRIBUTE TOWARD AN ATAR)

BOARD ENDORSED COURSES

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Animal Studies

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Beauty Services - Make Up

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Community Services - Introduction (Children's Services)

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Community Services - Introduction (Welfare)

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Community Services - Certificate III - (Welfare)

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Computer Aided Drafting (CAD)

Business Services

23

Design Fundamentals

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Construction Pathways

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Early Childhood Education and Care

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Electrotechnology - Career Start

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Furniture Making

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Electrotechnology - Computer Assembly and Repair

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Laboratory Skills

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Entertainment - Live Production and Services

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Music Industry - Certificate III

Events

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Outdoor Recreation

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Salon Assistant

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Human Services - Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing)

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Screen and Media - (Animation)

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Metal and Engineering

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Screen and Media - (Broadcasting)

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Primary Industries - Agriculture (Equine Focus)

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Screen and Media - (Journalism)

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Screen and Media - (TV and Film)

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Primary Industries - Conservation and Land Management

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Sport and Recreation

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Primary Industries - Horticulture

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Theatre and Screen Performance

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Tourism

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Visual Arts and Contemporary Craft - (Fashion Design)

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Visual Arts and Contemporary Craft - (Fine Arts)

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Visual Arts and Contemporary Craft - (Photography - Digital)

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Automotive Vocational Preparation Mechanical Technology

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Automotive Vocational Preparation Vehicle Body - Airbrush Techniques

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Automotive Vocational Preparation Vehicle Body - Painting

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Automotive Vocational Preparation Vehicle Body - Repair

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ESSENTIAL FOR ALL STUDENTS What is TAFE for Schools? There are several options for studying a TAFE course whilst still at High School to give you a head start in a career and gain work related skills or go on to further study at TAFE or University. TVET TVET stands for TAFE delivered Vocational Education and Training and allows you to attend a TAFE course as part of your HSC.

SCHOOL BASED APPRENTICESHIP (SBA) An SBA combines paid employment and study whilst you are undertaking your HSC. You will complete stage 1 of an apprenticeship and continue your employment after your HSC.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF UNDERTAKING A TVET COURSE?

SCHOOL BASED TRAINEESHIP (SBT) An SBT combines paid employment and study while you are undertaking your HSC. You will be eligible to receive a TAFE qualification at the completion of your studies.

DOES A TVET COURSE COUNT TOWARDS MY HSC?

ƒ ƒ Gain knowledge and skills that are valued by employers making you more job ready

All TVET courses contribute to your HSC but not all TVET

ƒƒ D  evelop independence and confidence in an adult learning environment

Rank (ATAR). A listing of ATAR and non-ATAR courses is

courses contribute to your Australian Tertiary Admission outlined in this booklet.

ƒƒ Get an insight into your chosen industry to help you decide on a career path

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School Based Apprentices and Trainees Earn while you learn! School Based Apprenticeships and Traineeships combine school, TAFE and paid work and are a great way to set you up for a career while you are completing the HSC. They are available to all Year 10, 11 and 12 students in NSW. SCHOOL BASED APPRENTICESHIPS AND TRAINEESHIPS PROVIDE YOU WITH AN OPPORTUNITY TO: ■■ C  ombine HSC studies with vocational training within a supportive school environment ■■ G  ain valuable work skills and experience and get a head start in your career ■ ■ Earn while you learn ■■ O  btain a nationally recognised vocational qualification at a Certificate II or Certificate III level ■■ Pursue a pathway to further studies or gain credit towards more study HOW DOES IT FIT IN WITH MY HSC? All School Based Apprentices and Trainees study HSC Vocational Courses. These courses generally make up at least 4 units of the 22 units required for the HSC. Additional HSC unit credit may be awarded depending on the qualification.

Need more information? ■ ■ To ask a question or get further information about School Based Apprenticeships and Traineeships in NSW go to: sbatinnsw.info ■ ■ Or Board of Studies website at: boardofstudies.nsw. edu.au/voc_ed ■■ Or ask your School Careers Advisor

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UNIQUE   STUDENT IDENTIFIER The Unique Student Identifier (USI) is a national student number that allows students to see all of their training results from all training providers in one space! This means all your VET achievements are linked to your own account with the National Vocational Education and Training (VET) Data Collection and ensures that your training records are all together. You only need one USI for all of your study, and it stays with you for life! When you come to Hunter TAFE to enrol in TVET, you will need a USI. Go to the front of the queue - create your own Unique Student Identifier (USI) now at usi.gov.au/create-your-USI

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TAFE NSW Higher Education

Hunter TAFE is pleased to offer students the opportunity to enrol in the following TAFE NSW Higher Education programs. ASSOCIATE DEGREE OF ACCOUNTING

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

ASSOCIATE DEGREE OF APPLIED ENGINEERING (RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES)

NEWCASTLE & OURIMBAH CAMPUS

GLENDALE CAMPUS

NEWCASTLE CAMPUS

The Associate Degree of Accounting

The Bachelor of Early Childhood

The Associate Degree of Applied

Education and Care (Birth-5) is a four-

Engineering (Renewable Energy

year professional degree that prepares

Technologies) is a new two year degree

graduates for teaching in early childhood

that will provide you with the theoretical

services. This course is for people who

knowledge and practical skills required

want to work as early childhood teachers

to design, develop, install, commission,

in a variety of contexts including long day

maintain, repair and/or decommission

care, preschool, integrated child and family

renewable/sustainable energy

services and early intervention services.

technology solutions. The degree has

You will develop skills and knowledge

been developed in consultation with

in the areas of early childhood theory,

industry, specifically to address the

pedagogy and approaches; professional

skills needs for para-professionals

practice and leadership; curriculum

in renewable energy technologies.

content development and design; care

The Associate Degree articulates

and wellbeing of the child within a social

into the third year of the Bachelor of

context; and society and culture.

Engineering Technology (Renewable

is a two-year higher education qualification that prepares you for a career in accounting. This Associate Degree is ideal for people who want a practical industry-focused qualification which includes an industry internship.

Energy) at the University of Newcastle and provides the underpinning body of knowledge required by Engineers Australia. 8

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USING THIS GUIDE This guide is designed to assist students, parents and schools to explore the range of HSC VET options that Hunter TAFE offers to Year 10, 11 and 12 students. BOARD DEVELOPED – courses that count towards your Higher School Certificate and also have an optional statewide examination which may be included in the calculation of your ATAR. BOARD ENDORSED – courses that give you credit towards your Higher School Certificate but do not count towards the calculation of your ATAR.

Please note that the National Codes for Training Package qualifications may change between the time of publication and the time of delivery due to the ongoing review process attached to all Training Packages. The most up-to-date version of these course offerings will always be that published on our TAFE for Schools website.

Courses are presented in the following way: COURSE NAME - XXXXXX COURSE DESCRIPTION SBA SBT WP

Describes the course Refer to the descriptions below

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Career paths that may be available to you

PATTERN OF STUDY

Whether the course lasts for one and/or two years and how many HSC units per year

QUALIFICATION

What qualification is possible on successful completion of the course

PATHWAY

Options for further study in that course area

WORK PLACEMENT

Indicates the number of mandatory work placement hours included in the course

NOTE

Extra information related to the course

LOCATION

Campus or campuses the course is offered

SBA - School Based Apprenticeship available - see a full explanation on page 6 SBT - School Based Traineeship available - see a full explanation on page 6 WP - Work Placement included in the course

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BOARD COURSES Board Developed courses count toward the HSC and have an optional statewide exam that counts towards the ATAR. Board Developed (ATAR) courses: ■ ■ Give you credit towards your HSC ■■ R  equire you to complete a work placement of 35 hours per 2 units of study ■■ O  ffer optional, state-wide external examinations that contribute to an ATAR where a study pattern of 4 units is undertaken ■ ■ Provide a national vocational qualification recognised by employers, TAFE and other vocational education and training providers across Australia ■ ■ Can give you credit towards related courses at University, TAFE and with other Registered Training Organisations

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BOARD DEVELOPED COURSES (CAN CONTRIBUTE TO AN ATAR)

AUTOMOTIVE VOCATIONAL PREPARATION - MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGY - AUR20712 COURSE DESCRIPTION SBA SBT WP

Do you live, sleep and breathe cars? Automotive courses are available at Hunter TAFE for students who are considering a career as a skilled technician in the Automotive industry. Study units in this automotive course include the basic modules covered as part of the 120 hour course, as well as more advanced automotive training. As a student of the full two year 240 hour course you will learn how to apply basic troubleshooting processes; safe working practices; how to communicate effectively in the workplace; basic automotive technology and electronics; working with a car engine and using and maintaining workplace tools and equipment.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Apprentice Mechanic – Light Vehicle/Heavy Road Transport/Heavy Mobile Equipment, Apprentice Automotive Electrician, Apprentice Motorcycle Mechanic, Parts and Accessories Sales Person

PATTERN OF STUDY

2 units x 1 year (120 hours), 2 units x 2 years (240 hours), 4 units x 1 year (240 hours) only offered at Glendale and Wyong

QUALIFICATION

Certificate II Automotive Vehicle Preparation and/or Statement of Competencies Achieved

PATHWAY

Certificate II Automotive Mechanical Technology, Certificate II Automotive Servicing Technology, Certificate III Automotive Electrical Technology, Certificate III Heavy Commercial Vehicle Mechanical Technology, Certificate III Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology, Certificate III Mobile Plant Technology

WORK PLACEMENT

Includes 35 hours work placement per 2 units of study

NOTE

Available as both a School Based Traineeship (Certificate II) or School Based Apprenticeship (Certificate III) in a range of Automotive qualifications.

LOCATION

Glendale, Kurri Kurri, Muswellbrook, Singleton, Wyong

AUTOMOTIVE VOCATIONAL PREPARATION - VEHICLE BODY - AIRBRUSH TECHNIQUES - AUR20712 COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course covers the skills and knowledge required to perform a range of basic tasks when repairing and maintaining the automotive body of cars and other vehicles. Skills covered will prepare students to perform repair and maintenance operations in an automotive repair facility and has a specialised area of airbrush techniques.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Apprentice Automotive Spray Painter, Apprentice Automotive Panelbeater, Apprentice Automotive Body Builder

PATTERN OF STUDY

2 units x 1 year (120 hours), 2 units x 2 years (240 hours)

QUALIFICATION

Certificate II Automotive Vehicle Preparation and/or Statement of Competencies Achieved

PATHWAY

Certificate II Automotive Body Repair Technology, Certificate III Automotive Body Repair Technology, Certificate III Automotive Refinishing Technology

WORK PLACEMENT

Includes 35 hours work placement per 2 units of study

LOCATION

Glendale

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AUTOMOTIVE VOCATIONAL PREPARATION - VEHICLE BODY - PAINTING - AUR20712 COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course covers the skills and knowledge required to perform a range of basic tasks when repairing and maintaining the automotive body of cars and other vehicles. Skills covered will prepare students to perform repair and maintenance operations in an automotive repair facility and has a specialised area of Vehicle Painting.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Apprentice Automotive Spray Painter, Apprentice Automotive Panelbeater, Apprentice Automotive Body Builder

PATTERN OF STUDY

2 units x 1year (120 hours), 2 units x 2 years (240 hours)

QUALIFICATION

Certificate II Automotive Vehicle Preparation and/or Statement of Competencies Achieved

PATHWAY

Certificate II Automotive Body Repair Technology, Certificate III Automotive Body Repair Technology, Certificate III Automotive Refinishing Technology

WORK PLACEMENT

Includes 35 hours work placement per 2 units of study

LOCATION

Glendale

AUTOMOTIVE VOCATIONAL PREPARATION - VEHICLE BODY REPAIR - AUR20712 COURSE DESCRIPTION SBA SBT WP

This course covers the skills and knowledge required to perform a range of basic tasks when repairing and maintaining the automotive body of cars and other vehicles. Skills covered will prepare students to perform repair and maintenance operations in an automotive repair facility and will include specialised areas such as body repair, vehicle painting, or airbrush techniques.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Apprentice Automotive Spray Painter, Apprentice Automotive Panelbeater, Apprentice Automotive Body Builder

PATTERN OF STUDY

2 units x 1 year (120 hours), 2 units x 2 years (240 hours)

QUALIFICATION

Certificate II Automotive Vehicle Preparation and/or Statement of Competencies Achieved

PATHWAY

Certificate II Automotive Body Repair Technology, Certificate III Automotive Body Repair Technology, Certificate III Automotive Refinishing Technology

WORK PLACEMENT

Includes 35 hours work placement per 2 units of study

NOTE

Vehicle Painting and Airbrush Techniques also available at Glendale.

LOCATION

Glendale

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BUSINESS SERVICES - BSB20115 COURSE DESCRIPTION

The Certificate II in Business is designed to enable students to develop a range of business and technology skills including business technology, word processing, spreadsheets, database and financial documents.

SBT WP

This program will teach you how to communicate in the workplace, deliver basic customer service skills, recognise basic financial processes within an organisation, understand information management systems, and adhere to workplace health and safety (WHS) processes.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Administration Assistant, Clerical Worker, Data Entry Operation, Information Desk Clerk, Office Junior, Receptionist

PATTERN OF STUDY

2 units x 2 years (240 hours)

QUALIFICATION

Certificate II and/or Statement of Attainment of Competencies achieved

PATHWAY

Certificate III Business, Certificate IV Business, Diploma Business, Certificate III Business Administration, Certificate IV Business Administration, Diploma Business Administration

WORK PLACEMENT

Includes 35 hours work placement per 2 units of study

NOTE

Available as a School Based Traineeship (Certificate II)

LOCATION

Cessnock, Glendale, Gosford, Maitland

CONSTRUCTION PATHWAYS - CPC20211 COURSE DESCRIPTION SBA SBT WP

This course is for school students who are interested in general construction. You will learn how to produce quality work efficiently in the building and construction trade areas. The course content specifically meets the needs of the residential sector of the industry covering the basic skills and knowledge relevant to construction, maintenance and renovation practices. Students will then be able to pursue a career from a trade level and beyond to managerial level by articulating into post-trade, Diploma and university courses.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Apprenticeships in Bricklaying/Blocklaying, Carpentry, Formwork/Falsework, Joinery, Painting and Decorating, Plastering, Tiling

PATTERN OF STUDY

2 units x 1 year (120 hours), 2 units x 2 years (240 hours), 4 units x 1 year (240 hours) only offered at Newcastle and Ourimbah

QUALIFICATION

Certificate II Construction Pathways and/or Statement of Competencies Achieved

PATHWAY

Certificate III Bricklaying/Blocklaying, Certificate III Carpentry, Certificate lII Carpentry and Joinery, Certificate III Formwork/Falsework, Certificate III Painting and Decorating, Certificate III Wall and Ceiling Lining, Certificate III Wall and Floor Tiling, Certificate IV Building and Construction (Building)

WORK PLACEMENT

Includes 35 hours work placement per 2 units of study

NOTE

Available as both a School Based Traineeship (Certificate II) or School Based Apprenticeship (Certificate III) in a range of construction qualifications.

LOCATION

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BOARD DEVELOPED COURSES (CAN CONTRIBUTE TO AN ATAR)

ELECTROTECHNOLOGY - CAREER START - UEE22011 COURSE DESCRIPTION SBA SBT WP

The Electrotechnology Career Start course is for school students who are interested in electrotechnology and would like to learn the basic skills required for a career in any electrotechnology discipline. Students learn to install and maintain electrical and electronic equipment and systems for industrial, commercial and domestic purposes. This course offers both theory and practical experience in the development of sound skills in workshop practice applicable to many areas of electrical, electronics and computers. Students undertake studies in the core focus areas of components, tools and equipment; direct current circuits; drawings, diagrams and compliance; safety; sustainability; and working in the industry, plus a range of selected elective units.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Electrician, Electrical Engineer, Electronics Technician, Refrigeration/Air Conditioning Technician, Broadcast Engineer, Mechatronics Engineer

PATTERN OF STUDY

2 units x 1 year (120 hours), 2 units x 2 years (240 hours)

QUALIFICATION

Certificate II Electrotechnology Career Start and/or Statement of Competencies Achieved

PATHWAY

Certificate III Computer Systems Equipment, Certificate III Electronics and Communications, Certificate III Electrotechnology Electrician, Certificate III Electrotechnology Refrigeration/Air Conditioning, Diploma Electrical Engineering

WORK PLACEMENT

Includes 35 hours work placement per 2 units of study

NOTE

Available as both a School Based Traineeship (Certificate II) or School Based Apprenticeship (Certificate III) in a range of qualifications including Electrician, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, and Technical Support

LOCATION

Belmont, Glendale, Maitland, Muswellbrook, Newcastle, Tomaree - Hunter River Trade Training Centre, Wyong

ELECTROTECHNOLOGY - COMPUTER ASSEMBLY AND REPAIR - UEE20511 COURSE DESCRIPTION SBT WP

School students who are interested in learning the basic skills required for a career in computer assembly in the electrotechnology industry will study core units such as, delivering a service to customers, applying WHS practices in the workplace and carrying out routine activities in an electrotechnology environment. Students studying in the extended program will also look at dismantling, assembling and fabricating electrotechnology components, solving problems in extra-low voltage single path circuits, solving problems in multiple path DC circuits, and fixing and securing equipment.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Electronics Technician, Electronics Trade Assistant, Computer Assembler/Repairer, Broadcast Engineer, Mechatronics Engineer

PATTERN OF STUDY

2 units x 2 years (240 hours)

QUALIFICATION

Statement of Competencies Achieved towards Certificate II in Computer Assembly and Repair

PATHWAY

Certificate III Computer Systems Equipment, Certificate III Electronics and Communications, Certificate III Electrotechnology Electrician, Certificate III Electrotechnology Refrigeration/Air Conditioning, Diploma Electrical Engineering

WORK PLACEMENT

Includes 35 hours work placement per 2 units of study

NOTE

On successful completion of the School Based Traineeship, students will gain the Certificate II in Computer Assembly and Repair

LOCATION

Newcastle, Wyong

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ENTERTAINMENT - LIVE PRODUCTION AND SERVICES COURSE DESCRIPTION

Entertainment is a practical course that provides an excellent introduction to the production side of the performing arts and entertainment industries.

SBT WP

The course covers a range of subjects including staging, lighting, audio, audiovisual and stage management. It is designed for students who want to work in technical production and/or backstage in the entertainment industry. Certificate III is generally accepted as the entry-level qualification to backstage employment.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Professionals work in the following areas: backstage and technical production work in theatre and screen, festivals and events, music performances, corporate presentations and tourism-linked entertainment such as expos, theme parks and open air concerts and markets

PATTERN OF STUDY

2 units x 2 years with the option of an additional 1 unit x 1 year in year 11

QUALIFICATION

Certificate III and/or Statement of Attainment of Competencies Achieved

PATHWAY

Upon completion of the course, you may wish to further your knowledge and skills of the entertainment industry by enrolling in the Diploma of Live Production and Services, Diploma of Screen or specialise in other areas, such as media or costume

WORK PLACEMENT

Includes 35 hours work placement per 2 units of study

LOCATION

Newcastle, Ourimbah

EVENTS - SIT30516 COURSE DESCRIPTION SBT WP

This course provides students with a range of opportunities to develop and enhance skills relevant in the Events industry. Students will gain skills to provide high-level customer service and industry knowledge to clients and visitors to promote a facility or region. This also enhances skills in meeting procedures, conference and event organisation and management.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Event/Conference Assistant, Junior Event Coordinator, Meetings Assistant, Venue Assistant, Event Operations Assistant

PATTERN OF STUDY

2 units x 1 year (120 hours)

QUALIFICATION

Certificate III and/or Statement of Competencies Achieved

PATHWAY

Certificate III Travel, Certificate IV Travel and Tourism, Diploma Travel and Tourism, Diploma Events

WORK PLACEMENT

Includes 35 hours work placement per 2 units of study

LOCATION

Belmont, Online

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BOARD DEVELOPED COURSES (CAN CONTRIBUTE TO AN ATAR)

HUMAN SERVICES - CERTIFICATE III IN INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT (AGEING) - HLT32512 COURSE DESCRIPTION SBT WP

Hunter TAFE offers a range of Human Services courses for those wishing to gain employment in the Health and Community Services Industry. Human Services training provides students with the skills and knowledge to work as part of a team of Health professionals caring for clients in a variety of settings including careers in Nursing, Allied Health, Aged Care, Home and Community Care and Disability work. This strand will give you practical skills and knowledge to work with older people and enable them to live dignified and meaningful lives. Please note those who enrol in the Apply First Aid unit must be physically able to perform basic life support skills.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Personal Care Assistant, Assistant in Nursing

PATTERN OF STUDY

2 year program – 2 units x 2 years (240 hours)

QUALIFICATION

Statement of Attainment in Individual Support Ageing and/or Statement of Competencies Achieved

PATHWAY

Certificate lV Aged Care, Diploma of Nursing (enrolled/division 2) Bachelor or Nursing

WORK PLACEMENT

Includes 120 hours work placement over 2 years, student must be at least 16 years old to participate and meet immunisation requirements

NOTE

This course is only available for Year 11 students and is a two year program

LOCATION

Glendale, Newcastle, Brisbane Water Secondary College BWSC - Woy Woy Campus (Gosford)

METAL AND ENGINEERING - MEM10105 COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course enables students to develop a broad range of skills and knowledge appropriate for entry level into the manufacturing, engineering and related industry areas.

SBA SBT WP

Students learn to work effectively and safely in a manufacturing environment using a range of machinery and technology to produce and maintain equipment and products to standards.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Apprenticeships as a Boilermaker, Fitter Machinist, Sheet Metal Worker, Welder, Mechanical Engineer

PATTERN OF STUDY

2 units x 1 year (120 hours), 2 units x 2 years (240 hours)

QUALIFICATION

Certificate II Automotive Vehicle Preparation and/or Statement of Competencies Achieved

PATHWAY

Certificate III Engineering – Fabrication (Heavy), Certificate III Engineering – Fabrication Trade (Light), Certificate III Engineering – Mechanical Trade, Diploma Engineering – Technical, Advanced Diploma Engineering

WORK PLACEMENT

A minimum of 35 hours of mandatory work placement is required per 2 units of study.

LOCATION

Belmont, Gosford

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PRIMARY INDUSTRIES - AGRICULTURE (EQUINE FOCUS) - AHC20110 COURSE DESCRIPTION SBT WP

This agriculture course contains specialist Equine units for those students who wish to work in the horse industry. Students will gain skills and knowledge in the core units of observing and reporting on weather, working effectively in the industry, applying chemicals, WHS processes and sustainable work practices. Opportunities for students to develop and enhance basic technical skills and knowledge relevant to the horse industry area such as horse health and welfare, providing daily care for horses, feeding livestock, and fencing operations will also be provided.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Stable Hand, Assistant Foal Watch and Stud Hand, Animal Attendant, Stockperson, Assistant Farm or Station Hand, Station Labourer

PATTERN OF STUDY

2 units x 1 year (120 hours), 2 units x 2 years (240 hours)

QUALIFICATION

Certificate II Agriculture and/or Statement of Competencies Achieved

PATHWAY

Certificate III Agriculture, Certificate III Horse Breeding

WORK PLACEMENT

Includes 35 hours work placement per 2 units of study

NOTE

On campus study plus Adobe Connect option

LOCATION

Kurri Kurri, Scone

PRIMARY INDUSTRIES - CONSERVATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT - AHC21010 COURSE DESCRIPTION

Students will acquire the skills necessary to work in urban recreation area maintenance and restoration together with the fundamentals of bushland management.

SBT WP

They will learn about weed control and preservation of native flora, how to identify and recognise the characteristics of a variety of native plants, and how to identify and maintain habitat refuges for native animals.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Landcare Coordinator, Field Officer, Ranger Conservation Officer, Environmental Officer, Bush Crew Supervisor

PATTERN OF STUDY

2 units x 1 year (120 hours), 2 units x 2 years (240 hours)

QUALIFICATION

Certificate II Conservation and Land Management and/or Statement of Competencies Achieved

PATHWAY

Certificate III Conservation and Land Management, Diploma Conservation and Land Management

WORK PLACEMENT

Includes 35 hours work placement per 2 units of study

LOCATION

Newcastle, Wyong

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BOARD DEVELOPED COURSES (CAN CONTRIBUTE TO AN ATAR)

PRIMARY INDUSTRIES - HORTICULTURE - AHC20410

SBA SBT WP

The purpose of this horticultural training course is to help students learn the skills and knowledge required for entry level employment in a primary industries environment and a future horticulture career involving work with plants or in the garden industry. Students will acquire basic skills and knowledge in general horticulture including soils, propagation, planting, chemical application, weeds and pests, machinery operations, WHS and weather observation, and may also study elective units such as how to assist with landscape construction work, paving, pruning, and irrigation.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Horticulturist, Arboriculturist, Construction Landscaper, Parks and Gardens Attendant, Nurseryperson, Greenkeeper, Bowling Green Attendant

PATTERN OF STUDY

2 units x 1 year (120 hours), or 2 units x 2 years (240 hours), 4 units x 1 year (240 hours) SPY*

QUALIFICATION

Certificate II Horticulture and/or Statement of Competencies Achieved

PATHWAY

Certificate III Horticulture, Certificate III Parks and Gardens, Certificate III Arboriculture, Certificate III Landscape Construction, Diploma Arboriculture, Diploma Landscape Design

WORK PLACEMENT

Includes 35 hours work placement per 2 units of study

NOTE

Available as both a School Based Traineeship (Certificate II) or School Based Apprenticeship (Certificate III) in a range of qualifications including Horticulture, Parks and Gardens and Sports Turf Management. *The SPY program enables students to achieve a fast track qualification.

LOCATION

Newcastle, Ourimbah, West Wallsend High School

COURSE DESCRIPTION

TOURISM - SIT30116 COURSE DESCRIPTION SBT WP

Interested in a career in hospitality and tourism or hotel management? This HSC tourism course aims to provide learners with the skills, knowledge and work-related attitudes required to perform the role of an entry level employee in a range of sectors in the international tourism industry and events industry. Hunter TAFE’s tourism school could help put you on a path to a rewarding tourist focused role involving travel across the country and overseas.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

A range of positions in Tourism including, office assistant for small tour operator, documentation clerk for a tour wholesaler, receptionist and office assistant in a professional conference organiser or retail travel agency, retail sales assistant in an attraction, museum attendant, event assistant, event administrative assistant or conference assistant

PATTERN OF STUDY

2 units x 1 year (120 hours), 2 units x 2 years (240 hours)

QUALIFICATION

Certificate III and/or Statement of Competencies Achieved

PATHWAY

Certificate III Tourism (Guiding), Certificate III Travel, Certificate III Events, Diploma Travel and Tourism, Diploma Events

WORK PLACEMENT

Includes 35 hours work placement per 2 units of study

LOCATION

Belmont, Hamilton, Ourimbah, Online

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BOARD COURSES Board Endorsed courses give you credit toward the HSC but do not count toward the ATAR. Board Endorsed (Non-Framework) courses: ■ ■ Give you credit towards your HSC ■ ■ Do not count in the calculation of units for your ATAR ■ ■ Are subject to viability considerations for continuation into a second year ■ ■ Provide a national vocational qualification recognised by employers across Australia ■ ■ Lead into and provide credit for related courses in universities, TAFE colleges and other training organisations

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BOARD ENDORSED COURSES

ANIMAL STUDIES - CERTIFICATE II - ACM20110 COURSE DESCRIPTION SBT WP

This animal studies course is perfect for animal loving students who want to learn what it takes to handle and care for animals. Students will acquire skills and knowledge to feed and handle animals, maintain animal housing and equipment, perform routine daily care duties, assist in maintaining safety in an animal holding facility, prepare a first aid kit for the treatment of animals, fulfil responsibilities for the welfare of sick or injured animals, perform basic grooming procedures, maintain standard record systems and apply stock control procedures.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Veterinary Nurse, Kennel Hand, Cattery Hand, Pet Shop Assistant, Stable Hand, Animal Attendant, Animal Welfare Officer, Ranger

PATTERN OF STUDY

2 units x 1 year (120 hours), 2 units x 2 years (240 hours)

QUALIFICATION

Certificate II Animal Studies and/or Statement of Competencies Achieved

PATHWAY

Certificate III Animal Studies, Certificate III Captive Animals, Certificate III Companion Animal Services, Certificate IV Veterinary Nursing

WORK PLACEMENT

Includes 35 hours work placement per 2 units of study

LOCATION

Belmont, Glendale, Gosford, Kurri Kurri, Maitland, Newcastle, Scone, Wyong

BEAUTY SERVICES - MAKE UP - SHB30215 COURSE DESCRIPTION SBT

This course is designed for students who would like to pursue a career in the beauty industry as make-up artists to design and apply make-up for a range of purposes and occasions across the beauty, fashion, media and entertainment industries. Students will develop technical and consultation skills where discretion and judgement is required and are responsible for their own outputs. This includes working cooperatively with a range of individuals including photographers, fashion stylists and media production staff.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Freelance Make-Up Artist, Retail Cosmetic Consultant, Production Crew

PATTERN OF STUDY

4 units x 1 year (240 hours)

QUALIFICATION

Statement of Competencies Achieved

PATHWAY

Certificate II Retail Make-up and Skin Care, Certificate III Beauty Services

LOCATION

Cessnock, Gosford, Muswellbrook, Newcastle

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COMMUNITY SERVICES - INTRODUCTION (CHILDREN’S SERVICES) - CHC22015 COURSE DESCRIPTION

Children’s Services professionals care for the emotional, physical and educational needs of infants and young children in a range of different settings such as long day care, occasional care, family day care, preschool, before and after school care. Students studying this course will develop underpinning knowledge to enable them to discuss and demonstrate appropriate skills and attitudes for working with children.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

A range of positions in Children’s Services such as Nanny, Family Day Care Assistant

PATTERN OF STUDY

3 units x 1 year (180 hours)

QUALIFICATION

Certificate II and/or Statement of Competencies Achieved

PATHWAY

Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care, Certificate IV in School Age Education and Care, Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care, Bachelor of Early Childhood Education and Care

LOCATION

Belmont, Cessnock, Glendale, Maitland, Muswellbrook, Newcastle, Ourimbah, Singleton, Tomaree

COMMUNITY SERVICES - INTRODUCTION (WELFARE) - CHC22015 COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course is for students interested in working in the community services industry. Students gain core knowledge and skills for the major industry sectors of welfare, youth work, alcohol and drug work, aged care and disability services. Subjects include: Community Services industry orientation, Work effectively with cultural diversity, Work with others, Introduction to alcohol and other drugs.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Aged Care Assistant, Disability Assistant

PATTERN OF STUDY

3 units x 1 year (180 hours)

QUALIFICATION

Certificate II and/or Statement of Competencies Achieved

PATHWAY

Depending on electives students may gain advanced standing in Certificate III in Community Services Work, Certificate IV Community Services work, Diploma Community Services Work, Certificate III Community Services (Mental Health), Certificate IV Youth Work, Certificate III Disability

LOCATION

Hamilton

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COMMUNITY SERVICES - CERTIFICATE III - (WELFARE) - CHC32015 COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course is for students interested in working in the community services industry. Students gain core knowledge and skills for the major industry sectors of welfare, youth work, alcohol and drug work, aged care and disability services. Subjects include: Community Services industry orientation, Work effectively with cultural diversity, Work with others, Introduction to alcohol and other drugs.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Aged Care Assistant, Disability Assistant

PATTERN OF STUDY

4 units x 1 year (240 hours)

QUALIFICATION

Statement of Attainment in Community Services and/or Statement of Competencies Achieved

PATHWAY

Depending on electives students may gain advanced standing in Certificate III in Community Services Work, Certificate IV Community Services work, Diploma Community Services Work, Certificate III Community Services (Mental Health), Certificate IV Youth Work, Certificate III Disability

WORK PLACEMENT

Includes 35 hours work placement per 2 units of study

NOTE

A minimum of 70 hours of mandatory work placement is required.

LOCATION

Hamilton, Ourimbah

COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING (CAD) - CHC22015 COURSE DESCRIPTION

CAD training courses are for school students with an interest in technical drawing and design with a view to working in an engineering drafting office. Students studying this CAD course will develop a number of skills associated with the creation, modification and interpretation of technical drawings and computer aided drafting. Tutorials include constructing basic shapes and producing drawings to the relevant standards, using CAD software including AutoCAD for 3D design, learning about various types and techniques of computer modelling, creating shapes and models on CAD equipment and producing multi-view assembly CAD drawings to the appropriate standard.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Draftsperson, General Metal and Engineering Drafting, Architect

PATTERN OF STUDY

2 units x 1 year (120 hours)

QUALIFICATION

Statement of Attainment in Engineering Technical and/or Statement of Competencies Achieved

PATHWAY

Certificate III Mechanical Technology (CAD/Drafting), Certificate IV Engineering Drafting, Diploma Engineering Drafting, Diploma Building Design

LOCATION

Gosford, Newcastle

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DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS - CUA20715 COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course is for students who are interested in art and would eventually work in the graphic design industry or related field. Get the basic skills, knowledge and principles of graphic design using a range of techniques and media, including design practice, image manipulation and print design. Core units as part of this design course include developing, refining and communicating concepts for design work, understanding WHS procedures, learning typography techniques for design, researching and applying graphic design techniques for various design projects. During the course you will learn the elements and principles of design and colour; develop and refine concepts to communicate a design solution and how to interpret, understand and fulfil a client design brief.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Assistant Graphic Designer, Graphic Artist, Illustrator or Digital Artist/Designer/Illustrator

PATTERN OF STUDY

2 units x 1 year (120 hours)

QUALIFICATION

Statement of Attainment in Design Fundamentals and/or Statement of Competencies Achieved

PATHWAY

Certificate III Design Fundamentals, Diploma Graphic Design

LOCATION

Newcastle

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CARE - CHC30113 COURSE DESCRIPTION WP

Children’s Services professionals care for the emotional, physical and educational needs of infants and young children in a range of different settings such as long day care, occasional care, family day care, preschool, before and after school care. Students studying this course will develop underpinning knowledge to enable them to discuss and demonstrate appropriate skills and attitudes for working with children. Students successfully completing 2 years will gain a Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

A range of positions in children’s services such as Nanny, Child Care Educator, Family Day Care Educator

PATTERN OF STUDY

2 year program – 4 units in Year 11, 4 units in Year 12 (480 hours)

QUALIFICATION

Certificate III and/or Statement of Competencies Achieved

PATHWAY

Diploma Early Childhood Education and Care, Certificate IV in School Age Education and Care, Bachelor Early Childhood Education and Care (Birth – 5)

WORK PLACEMENT

Complete a minimum of 120 hours mandatory work placement/s

NOTE

This course is only available for Year 11 students and it is a two year program. Attendance on Saturdays may be required.

LOCATION

Glendale, Ourimbah

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FURNITURE MAKING - MSF20313 COURSE DESCRIPTION

Hunter TAFE offers furniture courses for people wanting to acquire the skills and knowledge required to work in the production environment in the manufacture of free-standing furniture or built-in cabinets.

SBT WP

You will learn about furniture making, hand and power tools, measurements and calculations, woodworking and repair, occupational health and safety and communication skills. With further study and experience you may move into furniture restoration, furniture design or even upholstery.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Assistant Cabinet Maker, Assistant Installer of Built-In Cabinets, Production Operator within a Cabinet Making Enterprise, Furniture Finisher, Woodmachinist

PATTERN OF STUDY

3 units x 1 year (180 hours)

QUALIFICATION

Certificate II Furniture Making and/or Statement of Competencies Achieved

PATHWAY

Certificate III Cabinet Making (Furniture), Certificate III Cabinet Making (Kitchens and Bathrooms) Certificate III Furniture Making (Wood Machining), Certificate III Furniture Restoration

WORK PLACEMENT

A minimum of 70 hours of work placement is strongly recommended

NOTE

This course is suitable for school based trainees.

LOCATION

Newcastle

LABORATORY SKILLS - MSL30116 COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course is for students who are interested in working as laboratory assistants or laboratory attendants in the food, chemical, manufacturing, construction materials, biological/environmental or pathology industry sectors. You will acquire skills and knowledge associated with the operation of a laboratory and associated technical tasks such as sampling and testing.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Laboratory Assistant or Laboratory Attendant

PATTERN OF STUDY

2 units x 1 year (120 hours)

QUALIFICATION

Statement of Competencies Achieved toward Certificate III Laboratory Skills

PATHWAY

Certificate III Laboratory Skills, Certificate IV Laboratory Techniques, Certificate IV Manufacturing Technology (Laboratory Operations)

LOCATION

Newcastle, Ourimbah

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MUSIC INDUSTRY - CERTIFICATE III - CUA30915 COURSE DESCRIPTION

Hunter TAFE offers music industry courses for people wanting a career in the music business. This course is for people who want to work in the music industry as performers in a band or musical event. Develop music literacy knowledge and skills in music writing, composition and performance. This qualification provides for the specialisation in Music Business

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Relevant job roles may include working as performer in a band or musical event.

PATTERN OF STUDY

2 units x 1 year (120 hours)

QUALIFICATION

Statement of Attainment in Music and/or Statement of Competencies Achieved

PATHWAY

Certificate III Music, Diploma of Music Business

LOCATION

Newcastle

OUTDOOR RECREATION - SIS202 COURSE DESCRIPTION WP

This is an introductory course for people who work in or want to work in the outdoor recreation industry. You will have the opportunity to acquire skills to participate in several outdoor recreation activities under supervision and to assist in conducting those activities or to complement those skills with a specialisation chosen from several nonactivity areas. You will develop core skills required to work effectively in the outdoor recreation industry, including how to communicate in the workplace and deal with client feedback.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Outdoor Activity Assistant, Guide

PATTERN OF STUDY

3 units x 1 year (180 hours). The program is offered in two 10 Day Blocks with participation outside of school hours – students must complete both Blocks to meet HSC and qualification requirements.

QUALIFICATION

Certificate II and/or Statement of Competencies Achieved

PATHWAY

Certificate III Outdoor Recreation, Certificate IV Outdoor Recreation

NOTE

** There is additional information required for participation in this course. Please see our website for more information.

LOCATION

Kurri Kurri

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SALON ASSISTANT - SHB20216 COURSE DESCRIPTION SBA SBT WP

This hairdressing course is for students interested in pursuing a career in the hairdressing industry. Students will learn to work as part of a team in a hairdressing environment, acquire competence communicating in the workplace, consulting with clients, and selling products and services. The course will help students gain employment as a salon.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Salon Assistant, Apprentice Hairdresser, Retail Sales

PATTERN OF STUDY

3 units x 1 year (180 hours)

PATHWAY

Certificate III Hairdressing (Apprenticeship required)

WORK PLACEMENT

Includes 35 hours work placement per 2 units of study

NOTE

Work placement is a mandatory component of this course. It is permissible for work placement to be undertaken concurrently with the course delivery in a simulated commercial work environment.

LOCATION

Gosford, Muswellbrook, Newcastle, Northlakes High School

SCREEN AND MEDIA - (ANIMATION) - CUA31015 COURSE DESCRIPTION SBT

This course is for people who want to acquire knowledge and skills to pursue employment and/or further training in 3D modelling, 2D animation, 3D animation, digital art, games art, video production, video editing, and media asset production.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

With further study this could lead to work in the following industries; Game Development, Film Production, TV, Advertising, Animation and Media Production.

PATTERN OF STUDY

2 units x 2 years (240 hours)

QUALIFICATION

Certificate II and/or Statement of Competencies Achieved

PATHWAY

Certificate III in Media

LOCATION

Hunter Street

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SCREEN AND MEDIA - (BROADCASTING) - CUA31015 COURSE DESCRIPTION

Radio is a fast paced and vibrant environment. It reaches millions of people in their cars and homes. This course is designed for students interested in pursuing a career in radio production and presentation.

SBT WP

You get ‘hands on’ experience with the equipment in a studio where you learn about the technical side of radio broadcasting. You also learn how to produce and present something that will engage your audience.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Professionals work in the following areas: radio program creators, presenters, editing assistants and production assistants

PATTERN OF STUDY

2 Units x 2 years (240 hours)

QUALIFICATION

Certificate III and/or Statement of Competencies Achieved

PATHWAY

Upon completion of the course, you many wish to further you knowledge of the entertainment industry by enrolling in the Diploma of Communication, Diploma in Screen or Diploma in Live Production and Services; or you can specialise in other media areas.

LOCATION

Newcastle

SCREEN AND MEDIA - (JOURNALISM) - CUA31015 COURSE DESCRIPTION SBT

This course is also suitable for people who regularly watch the news and want to learn about the news media industry and develop basic skills in news gathering, researching and writing soft and hard news stories for print, video and other electronic media. Participants will prepare a portfolio of work, showcasing their knowledge, skills and attributes achieved in the course.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

When you finish this course you can continue on to further and related news media courses, with the goal of employment in print, electronic or broadcast journalism

PATTERN OF STUDY

2 units x 2 years (240 hours)

QUALIFICATION

Certificate III and/or Statement of Competencies Achieved

PATHWAY

The media training provided prepares participants for further study in news media at Certificate III level or for employment as a news cadet

LOCATION

Hunter Street

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SCREEN AND MEDIA - (TV & FILM) - CUA31015 COURSE DESCRIPTION

The Certificate III in Screen and Media introduces you to the exciting world of film and television production. Learn the theory and practical skills required to bring your stories to life, become skilled operators in digital video, radio and online content creation. Apply a broad range of competencies in a varied work context while gaining ‘hands on’ experience with equipment and learn about the technical side of the TV and Film industry.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Film and Television Production Assistant, Video Camera Operator, Audio Visual Technician

PATTERN OF STUDY

2 units x 2 years (240 hours)

PATHWAY

On completion of this qualification graduates have the opportunity of undertaking job roles including Archival media technician, Camera/lighting assistant, Community radio program maker/presenter, Editing assistant, Interactive media author assistant and Production assistant

LOCATION

Hunter Street

SPORT AND RECREATION - SIS20115 COURSE DESCRIPTION SBT WP

This sport and recreation course is made up of compulsory and elective units, depending on your area of interest. People in sport and recreation work in aerobics, athletics and gymnasiums, fitness and health centres, personal training, recreation centres and facilities. Students learn about the importance of a healthy and active lifestyle. Units of study include provide fitness orientation and health screening, instruct and monitor fitness programs, undertake client health assessment, maintain sport, fitness and recreation equipment for activities and undertake risk analysis of activities.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Gym Assistant, Health Centre Assistant, Gym Instructors, Sports Coach

PATTERN OF STUDY

3 units x 1 year (180 hours)

QUALIFICATION

Certificate II and/or Statement of Competencies Achieved

PATHWAY

Certificate III Sport and Recreation, Certificate IV Fitness, Diploma Fitness

WORK PLACEMENT

Complete a minimum of 35 hours of mandatory work placement.

LOCATION

Gosford, Newcastle

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THEATRE AND SCREEN PERFORMANCE - 10215NAT COURSE DESCRIPTION

Interested in the performing arts industry? This is a great course for students who want to work in the performing arts as an actor, writer or director. The course program is fun. Serious fun.

SBA

You will learn basic techniques in acting for stage and screen, caring for your voice, integrating movement into performance and creating characters from text. The course provides students with opportunities to rehearse and perform scripts on stage and in front of a camera and is an intense, stimulating, creative experience where you come away with real performance skills.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Professionals work in the following areas: actors, writers, directors, stage managers, production managers, producers, arts-health workers, arts administrators, cultural project coordinators and teachers

PATTERN OF STUDY

2 units x 2 years (240 hours)

QUALIFICATION

Certificate III and/or Statement of Competencies Achieved

PATHWAY

Upon completion of the course, you many wish to further your knowledge and skills by enrolling in the Diploma in Arts (Acting), Diploma of Dance or Diploma of Musical Theatre

LOCATION

Newcastle

VISUAL ARTS AND CONTEMPORARY CRAFT - (FASHION DESIGN) - CUA20715 COURSE DESCRIPTION

This fashion design course is ideal for students who are interested in clothes production and would like to go on to become a fashion designer. This fashion design TAFE course will give you a basic and practical introduction to the fashion industry by equipping you with the necessary skills to design and produce a selection of wearable garments. As a student of this fashion designing course you will learn: how to identify different fabrics and materials i.e. clothing production processes such as laying, cutting, sewing and pressing garments; how to use technology for fashion industry applications; fabric printing and dyeing; and the art of fashion drawing and sketching using mixed media. Once you have finished studying at TAFE’s fashion design school, you may wish to articulate into more advanced fashion design courses to enhance your knowledge of this vibrant but competitive industry.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Career options include Assistant in Design, Product Development, Pattern Making, Grading, Specification Development and CAD Operations

PATTERN OF STUDY

2 units x 1 year (120 hours), 2 Units x 2 years (240 hours)

QUALIFICATION

Statement of Competencies Achieved

PATHWAY

Certificate III Clothing Production, Certificate IV Applied Fashion Design and Technology, Diploma Applied Fashion Design and Technology

LOCATION

Newcastle

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VISUAL ARTS AND CONTEMPORARY CRAFT - (FINE ARTS) - CUA20715 COURSE DESCRIPTION

This visual arts and contemporary craft qualification provides you with a practical introduction to the visual arts. The course encompasses a range of fine arts, visual arts, modern art, ceramics and contemporary craft areas. The emphasis is on studio work and is based on safe practices used in the visual arts industry and community. Learners will discriminate between different practices used in the visual arts/crafts industry and select areas appropriate to their talents and interests.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

An artist or art gallery employee

PATTERN OF STUDY

2 units x 1 year (120 hours)

QUALIFICATION

Statement of Attainment Visual Arts and Contemporary Craft

PATHWAY

On completion, graduates should be able to produce a portfolio of work for use in application/s for further training or craft show scenarios, or to help get a job in the visual arts industry

WORK PLACEMENT

Work placement is strongly recommended

LOCATION

Hunter Street

VISUAL ARTS AND CONTEMPORARY CRAFT - PHOTOGRAPHY - DIGITAL - CUA20715 COURSE DESCRIPTION

This visual arts and contemporary craft qualification provides you with a practical introduction to the visual arts. This visual arts course encompasses a range of fine arts, visual arts, modern art, ceramics and contemporary craft areas. The emphasis is on studio work and is based on safe practices used in the visual arts industry and community. Learners will discriminate between different practices used in the visual arts/crafts industry and select areas appropriate to their talents and interests.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

An artist or photographer

PATTERN OF STUDY

2 units x 1 year (120 hours)

QUALIFICATION

Statement of Competencies Achieved

PATHWAY

On completion, graduates should be able to produce a portfolio of work for use in application/s for further training, or get a job in the photography industry

WORK PLACEMENT

Work placement is strongly recommended

LOCATION

Hunter Street

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Q

How many TVET courses can I do?

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Is Work Placement part of my TVET course?

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Students can do more than one TVET course where they are not requiring an ATAR. If students require an ATAR pathway they can only do one Board Developed TVET course.

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Many TVET courses involve work placement so you can get on the job experience. Courses that require mandatory work placement are identified in the booklet.

Q

How many HSC Units is a TVET course worth?

Q

What is Smart and Skilled?

A

Most TVET courses are worth two HSC units per year, but there are some course that are worth more such as Early Childhood Education and Care.

A

Q

When are TVET classes held?

A

The majority of TVET classes are held one afternoon a week, generally for a period of 4 hours at the campus of enrolment. Some courses include a block session, i.e. a full day or series of days to make full use of workshops. Further details around attendance requirements can be found on our website.

Smart and Skilled is a reform of the NSW vocational education and training system. It will give people the chance to gain the skills they need to get a job and advance their careers. Student entitlement up to Certificate III commenced under Smart and Skilled from 1st January 2015. Undertaking a TVET course does not affect your entitlement.

Q

What is Smart and Skilled 2016 NSW Skills List

A

Qualifications on the 2016 NSW Skills List will give people the skills they need for good jobs, career paths and higher learning opportunities.

Q

What do I need to wear?

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Where Protective Personal Equipment (PPE) is required, you must wear PPE as directed or you will be unable to participate in the course. Where special clothing and/or footwear is not required you can wear your school uniform.

Disclaimer: The material contained in this document is intended to provide students with general information on programs available to study through Hunter TAFE and should be used as a guide only. Whilst every reasonable effort has been made to ensure that the information contained in this document was accurate at the time of publication, no warranty is given that the information contained herein is free from error or omission. For example, the time, location or enrolment method and mode of study can change for any program without notice and programs will only commence if there are sufficient demand and resources. No person should rely exclusively on the content of this document. The most up to date information on fees, programs, starting / completion dates can be obtained by phoning 131 225 or visiting www.hunter.tafensw.edu.au. It is the responsibility of the prospective student to check program entry requirements and selection methods prior to making any arrangement to apply for enrolment at TAFE NSW. To the extent permissible by law TAFE NSW and the State of New South Wales by its Department of Education and Communities exclude all liability for any loss or damage (including indirect, special/or consequential loss or damage) arising from the use of, or reliance on, the information contained in this document.

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