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2012 COURSE GUIDE

Degrees Graduate Certificates Advanced Diplomas Diplomas Certificate IV Certificates I – III VCE VCAL Pre Apprenticeships Apprenticeships Traineeships School Based Workplace Training Skills Recognition Study Skills Support Tailored Training for Industry Work Placement Pathways Programs

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Your Pathway Guarantee Chisholm is committed to providing career pathways and study opportunities for you. Whether you’re a former, current or future Chisholm student, we guarantee you a pathway: into an additional Chisholm qualification, or from Chisholm to other tertiary institutes or partner universities where an articulation arrangement and guarantee is in place. Chisholm’s Pathway Guarantee is for life. Even if you take a break from study, you can come back to Chisholm to continue your career pathway when you are ready. The guarantee is not affected by your eligibility for a Government subsidised place or a concession. The Chisholm Pathway Guarantee applies at all entry points and at every level. Any course can be a good way to get into study and to source new career opportunities. Many Chisholm courses can be credited against a Certificate or Diploma. Many Chisholm courses have formal arrangements with universities where you receive credit for the Chisholm qualification against your degree. In some cases this can be as much as one year of credit shortening your study time substantially.

Lifelong learning No matter when or what you studied at Chisholm, or how long the break between study, your guarantee remains for life! Speak with Chisholm’s advisors on 1300 CHISHOLM (1330 244 746) who will assist you to access a pathway to support your career choice. The normal course entry requirements still apply. In addition, explore Chisholm’s pathway services including Recognition of Prior Learning, and Credit Transfer.

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CONTENTS

Art And Design

Environment and Sustainability

Graphic Design

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Conservation and Land Management

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Liberal Arts

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Horticulture/Landscaping

66

16

Renewable Energy and Sustainability

68

WELCOME TO CHISHOLM

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Multimedia / Web Design Visual Arts

18

CHOOSE YOUR QUALIFICATION

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Health and Community

Writing, Editing and Publishing

19

Aged Care

70

Alcohol, Other Drugs and Mental Health

71

OPTIONS

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NEXT STEPS

Beauty and Hair 10

ADVANTAGES

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SERVICES AND CONTACTS

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ART AND DESIGN

14

BEAUTY AND HAIR

20

BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION

23 29

COMPUTERS AND IT

44

ENGINEERING AND AUTOMOTIVE

53

ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY

64

HEALTH AND COMMUNITY

70 81 88

TEACHER

93 96

WHERE TO FIND CHISHOLM

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Children’s Services

71

Hairdressing

21

Community Services

72

Health and Community Care

74

Building and Construction Bricklaying

23

Massage

76

Building and Construction

23

Nursing

77

Building Design

26

Sport, Recreation and Fitness

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Cabinet Making

26

Youth Work

80

Electrical

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Hospitality and Food

Plumbing

27

Cooking/Culinary

81

Business and Finance

Event Management

82

Business Administration

29

Food Processing

84

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Hospitality Management

85

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Meat Processing

85

Justice/Paralegal

40

Tourism

86

Logistics

40

Pre Career

Marketing

41

English Language (ESL)

88

Occupational Health and Safety

42

General Education

90

Real Estate

42

Liberal Arts

91

Retail and Service

43

Literacy/Numeracy/Life and Work

91

Finance

Computers and IT

PRE CAREER

INDEX

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Business Management

BUSINESS AND FINANCE

HOSPITALITY AND FOOD

Beauty Services

102

Teacher

Computer Engineering

44

Information Technology

47

Library/Information Services

52

Training and Assessment

93

Engineering and Automotive Automotive

53

Electronics

56

Engineering

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Manufacturing

61

Marine Mechanics

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Science

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Welcome to Chisholm “Whatever your age, and whatever stage you are in your lifelong learning, there is something for you at Chisholm” Congratulations! Just by picking up this Guide you have taken the first step to deciding on your future direction, improving your job security, or career advancement. This Guide sets out for you the wide range of courses available at Chisholm. Chisholm is a Government supported TAFE Institute, and the premier provider of quality education and training in South East Melbourne. There are many training providers in Victoria and you need to be sure that the qualification you will receive at the conclusion of your training is nationally-recognised, and both respected and welcomed by industry. Of course this is true of all Chisholm’s courses and is the very first reason why you should choose Chisholm. We know that your time is precious, especially if you are fitting in study with your work and leisure time so many courses at Chisholm can be taken full time, part time, in your workplace, on line - or a combination. We can put together courses from different areas - like brushing up the maths or English you need - to help you reach your qualification. This is another good reason to choose Chisholm. Chisholm is increasingly offering tertiary options, including specially-designed degrees, in addition to the popular, traditional TAFE-level courses that established Chisholm’s respected reputation. Many people do not realise that a TAFE course is a cost effective and practical alternative to a university course, and can be an excellent way of improving your chances of acceptance at university. Chisholm’s Pathway Guarantee also means you are guaranteed a pathway into any additional Chisholm qualification OR from any Chisholm qualification to other tertiary institutes or partner universities where an articulation arrangement or guarantee is in place if you meet their entry requirements. The huge variety of courses in this Guide proves how out-of-date the idea is that TAFE is only for trades. The even better news is that Chisholm gives credit for your previous experience or study which means your qualification could be yours much sooner. Refer to the section “Get credit for the skills you already have” in this Guide and remember to ask about Skills Recognition when enrolling. Chisholm is a great choice for your education and training, and as you browse this Guide do remember it is only intended as a guide to what we can offer. Once you have found a course that interests you, go to our website and type the course code or name into the Search box, this will give you much more detailed information, entry requirements and costs, specific to the course. As an alternative call our advisors on 1300 244746, give them the course name or number and they will send you details of any course listed. Visit our website, or phone 1300 CHISHOLM to speak to a course advisor, or make an appointment with a careers counsellor.

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Choose your qualification VET in schools

Foundation skills courses

Students can include Vocational Education and Training (VET) programs as part of their senior school studies. These programs count towards your Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) and ENTER score. Talk with your secondary school careers or VET coordinator, or contact Chisholm’s School Programs Coordinators on 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746).

Chisholm offers a range of English language, literacy, self management and job readiness courses to help you get ready for work or study. You might choose these courses if you left school before completing Year 12, and missed out on the essential skills and learnings such as language, literacy and numeracy for further training; and to get a job.

VCE and VCAL

Skills creation courses (Certificates I and II)

Chisholm offers senior secondary school certificates at Year 11 and Year 12; the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) and the Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL), at both intermediate and senior level for students who have completed Year 10. There are a number of VCE subjects offered at Chisholm Dandenong and Frankston. Themed VCAL courses are offered at Chisholm’s Berwick TEC, and at Chisholm Frankston and Dandenong.

Pre-Apprenticeships A pre-apprenticeship is a certificate course that introduces the skills required by industry, and prepares you for an apprenticeship. It can reduce the length of training in an apprenticeship. Entrance Requirements: Unlike a full apprenticeship you don’t need to be employed to do a pre-apprenticeship. You may, however, be asked to sit a short exam or attend an interview to gain a place. Length: Depending on the skills required by the particular industry, pre-apprenticeship courses can take as little as 11 weeks, full time. Most average around six months.

Apprenticeships and Traineeships Apprenticeships and traineeships let you earn while you learn, by combining training with full time or part time employment. You get practical, on the job experience and earn a nationally recognised qualification. Chisholm works closely with industry, community and government to identify the knowledge and skills needed now and in the future, to ensure training that is relevant to the workplace. Entrance Requirements: You should be aged 15 or over, and have a formal Training Agreement with an employer who is registered with the nearest Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Length: As the training is based on competency, you can complete your studies as soon as you reach the required skill level. Progress can vary depending on prior study, and whether you study full time or part time. Traineeships can take up to two years, and apprenticeships up to four years.

These help you develop basic skills and knowledge for the workplace across many industries. They can also lead to further study. You might choose one of these because you wish to undertake basic training in an industry area - either because you need to use the skills straight away in the workplace - or because you want to prepare to start work in that industry. Entrance Requirements: These vary for individual courses. Length: Up to one year full time with a range of flexible part time options to suit your needs. Recognition of Prior Learning or ‘skills recognition’ (including credit transfer) can help you get a full or part qualification saving you time and money.

Skills building courses (Certificates III and IV) These courses will give you sound general or workplace skills as well as a knowledge base that incorporates theoretical concepts, and can also lead directly to higher level qualifications. You may wish to study at this level so you can enter a skilled trade or practise an occupation that calls for skills and knowledge beyond the basic level. Qualifications at this level may also provide entry to licensed or otherwise regulated skilled occupations. Entrance Requirements: Varies according to the program, but could include a trade certificate, VCE/VCAL, or sufficient industry experience. Length: At least one year full time with a range of flexible part time options to suit your needs. Recognition of Prior Learning or ‘Skills Recognition’ (including credit transfer) can help you get a full or part qualification saving you time and money.

Skills Deepening courses These are for you if you are moving up to a higher level within an industry area you already work in, or if you want to enter employment at a more skilled, specialised or paraprofessional level.

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Diploma This will give you advanced skills and knowledge across a broad range of technical and/or management functions. In some cases, a diploma can be credited towards the first year of a university degree. VET FEE HELP is available for diploma courses at Chisholm. Pre-Requisites: VCE/VCAL or sufficient industry experience. Length: Up to two years full time with a range of flexible part time options to suit your needs. Recognition of Prior Learning or ‘Skills Recognition’ (including credit transfer) can help you get a full or part qualification saving you time and money.

Advanced Diploma This higher level TAFE qualification gives you more specialised skills and knowledge of greater complexity where you are able to appraise, synthesise, manage and evaluate workplace situations. VET FEE HELP is available for advanced diploma courses at Chisholm. Pre-Requisites: VCE/VCAL, diploma or sufficient workplace experience.

Courses suit students seeking the latest theoretical information combined with world best practice, delivered by industry current professionals in innovative, fast-track courses that help students balance study with their other commitments. Recognition of Prior Learning or ‘Skills Recognition’ (including credit transfer) can help you get a full or part qualification saving you time and money

CHISHOLM’S BERWICK TECHNICAL EDUCATION CENTRE (TEC) Under 20 years old? Not yet completed Year 12 or equivalent? Keen to start training to get a job? Study at Chisholm’s Berwick TEC and you can complete a full pre-apprenticeship or similar qualification as part of a VCAL Year 11 or Year 12. If you are unsure of your future you can join a multi-trade or multi-program VCAL stream and explore different career options. Alternatively you can study an apprenticeship or pre-apprenticeship only course. For more information on the programs and VCAL streams offered Call 1800 THE TEC (or 9212 4577) or visit www.berwicktec.edu.au

Length: Up to two years full time with a range of flexible part time options to suit your needs. Recognition of Prior Learning or ‘Skills Recognition’ (including credit transfer) can help you get a full or part qualification saving you time and money.

Vocational Graduate Certificates These courses are designed for diploma or degree graduates of other disciplines, or people with substantial work experience, who wish to further their knowledge and broaden their skills through study that applies theory to practice, and is directly related to real industry needs. These qualifications may also qualify you for membership of various industry associations. Recognition of Prior Learning or ‘Skills Recognition’ (including credit transfer) can help you get a full or part qualification saving you time and money

Degrees Chisholm is increasingly offering new, specifically-designed degrees – developed in collaboration with industry experts – in fields where higher theoretical and practical qualifications are in growing demand. Check online at www.chisholm.edu.au for up-to-the-minute developments.

CHISHOLM’S SCHOOL OF BUSINESS The Chisholm School of Business, part of Chisholm Institute’s Centre for Advanced Business Services, offers innovative leadership, business and management education for busy professionals seeking industry-relevant courses and wellregarded qualifications.

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Options that could help you reach your goal Get credit for skills you already have Your current skills, knowledge and experience can help you get a qualification. Chisholm has an assessment process which evaluates your existing skills, knowledge and experience against recognised qualifications. You could be granted a full or part qualification, saving you valuable time and money. “Skills Recognition” or “Recognition of Prior Learning”, takes into account the experience and skills you’ve already learned from life. Other study, or at work; and Credit Transfer is available for Australian Qualification Framework (AQF) qualifications and Statements of Attainment issued by Registered Training Organisations. Ask about skills recognition including credit transfer when you enrol.

Chisholm’s Pathway Guarantee Chisholm’s Pathway Guarantee also means you are guaranteed a pathway into any additional Chisholm qualification OR from any Chisholm qualification to other tertiary institutes or partner universities where an articulation arrangement or guarantee is in place.

Training places with government funding support In response to changing economic conditions, the Federal and State governments continue to develop schemes for providing funding support for training and further education. As this course guide goes to print, there is funding support for people aged from 15 to 20, for retrenched workers and registered job seekers, for people of any age studying for Foundation Level literacy and numeracy, as well as people of any age undertaking a higher VET qualification than the highest qualification already held. See www.chisholm.edu.au for detailed information on the latest schemes, including conditions and eligibility criteria.

Financial Assistance If you hold a Health Care Card, Pensioner Concession Card, or Veterans Gold Card – or are the dependent of a spouse or parents who hold one, you are eligible for a concession (for all courses except diplomas and above). This means the maximum contribution you will have to pay for any course commencing 2012, including traineeships, is $187.50. If the course is for an apprenticeship, you can get a concession, and the maximum contribution is $923. Indigenous students can access concessions at all course levels. The Victorian Government has now introduced $100 tuition fees across all TAFE diplomas and advanced diplomas. This concession applies to all 15 – 24 year old students who have a Commonwealth Health Care Card and enrol in a diploma or

advanced diploma course from 1 February 2011, or who are entering a second or consecutive year of study. The offer is exclusively available to students studying at TAFE, and reduces the tuition fee from a possible $2000 to just $100 for those eligible students. These fees may vary, so please check when enrolling.

VET FEE HELP VET FEE-HELP is an income contingent loan scheme that assists eligible ongoing and new students to pay for all or part of their VET tuition fees when studying a diploma, advanced diploma or graduate certificate at Chisholm. Students wishing to access VET FEE-HELP assistance are invited to discuss their eligibility with Chisholm.

For students who need to build up their literacy and numeracy skills to undertake a vocational course it is possible to enrol in a TAFE skills course at the same time as a foundation skills learning course. Ask your enrolling officer for more details.

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Next steps Fees

How to apply

Fees are calculated by the length of the course and how many hours you will study. Some courses have different fee arrangements. Please check when enrolling as fees are established by government, reviewed regularly and may change.

Each course at Chisholm has its own entry requirements; check the course outline which will give you all the details of eligibility, enrolment processes, selection criteria and how to apply.

Many Chisholm courses are government subsidised. In 2012 the government may pay 65% to 90% of the cost of your training, if you are eligible. You (or your employer) will still pay some tuition fees depending on the course category – ranging from 10% to 30% of the course cost. Notice there is a minimum fee - and that the fees are capped so that there is a maximum you pay no matter how many hours of training you undertake. In addition to tuition fees, there will usually be some other costs, such as a services and amenities fee; and you may have to buy some equipment. Some courses are full fee paying (sometimes called fee-forservice) and are not government funded. To help, Chisholm can offer eligible students VET FEE HELP loans or Staged Payment Plans. Current fees will be in the online course description, and you can contact the relevant teaching department for clarification. Course Category

Minimum

Maximum Concession

Foundation Skills

$50

$500

$50

Skills Creation

$105

$875

$105

Apprenticeships

$58

$923

$58

Traineeships

$187.50

$1,250

$187.50

Skills Building

$187.50

$1,250

$187.50

Skills Deepening

$375*

$2,500

$100#

Once you have found a course you are interested in, call Chisholm on 1300 CHISHOLM or 1300 244 746 and we will guide you through the requirements, selection and enrolment process While you can apply for many courses directly to Chisholm, for others you may need to apply through the Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre – VTAC, with an application fee paid to VTAC. That application process is set out in the VTAC Guide (available from a newsagent or at www.vtac.edu.au). See the Application Procedures given for the course you are interested in. Apprentices/trainees and employers should contact the Australian Apprenticeship Centre to register the student as an apprentice/trainee within three months of the commencement of employment. For pre-apprenticeships, please contact the relevant department. For any other courses contact 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746) to apply direct.

How to enrol Students who have made an application through VTAC will receive a formal letter from VTAC, which outlines the offer being made, and confirms their enrolment details. Students who have applied for a non-VTAC course will usually be invited to an information session run by the relevant Chisholm department, where enrolment procedures will be explained. The Australian Apprenticeship Centre will notify an employer and apprentice or trainee of the training commencement date.

* Minimum fee not a concession fee # Diploma, advanced diploma. Concession eligibility criteria apply. For some courses at Chisholm you will need to pay the full fee yourself - details are available from teaching departments.

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Advantages of choosing Chisholm Chisholm was named in 1998, in honour of Caroline Chisholm, the early Australian reformer and humanitarian. We are one of the largest providers of quality tertiary and vocational education in Victoria, and the premier provider in the south east of Melbourne; with six roomy, well-equipped major locations in the region, satellite facilities including Philip Island, workplace training across a wide range of industries, and a growing presence in countries around the globe. At any one time there are 40,000 people studying and training at Chisholm - including over a thousand a year who come from overseas to earn Australian qualifications.

Chisholm people

simulated workplace training, and the opportunity to participate in leading industry events, competitions and exhibitions - where you can make yourself known to potential employers, and network with industry. Your qualifications are nationally-recognised, welcomed by industry, and can open the way to higher study.

Chisholm Places Chisholm has excellent, extensive ‘home-base’ facilities located in Frankston, Dandenong, Berwick, Cranbourne, on the Mornington Peninsula in Rosebud and Wonthaggi at Bass Coast.

Chisholm’s professional educators and trainers are highly qualified, award-winning, practicing industry professionals who keep up to date with latest trends and technology, to ensure your skills are current and in demand. They are often praised in student interviews for their friendly support and encouragement.

Other ‘satellite’ facilities serve special functions, or service particular geographic areas – such as the Chisholm Education centre on Philip Island and a new facility located in the centre of Dandenong. This facility will become the Chisholm Dandenong Tertiary centre, with an emphasis on diploma, graduate and degree programs for our students.

Your career is important to the people at Chisholm, and we like to keep in touch to give you support and advice as your career develops.

Chisholm’s Berwick Technical Education Centre provides a supportive vocational training option for people under 20 who have not completed Year 12.

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There are other specialist technical training centres in development such as the new Automotive and Logistics Centre at Dandenong and the Centre for Sustainable Water Management at Cranbourne.

Education and training available at Chisholm can meet the differing needs of people looking for learning foundations, and those seeking TAFE skills-training, or tertiary and further, professional-level education; as well as the needs of employers wanting to develop their workforce. Courses are developed in consultation with industry, and designed to meet both current and predicted shortages in knowledge, expertise and skills. Some can serve as a pathway, or link directly, to university study. Others provide post-graduate qualifications. Many give you experience in the workplace,

Chisholm Facilities Unlike some strapped-for-space cut-rate training places, Chisholm enjoys ample room to locate and continue to update training facilities that are the envy of many. Hands-on industry experience, or near-as-possible simulation is the standard. A multi-million dollar simulated manufacturing environment lets students across a number of disciplines collaborate on projects – from electronics and fluid engineering to polymer, robotics and photonics. Modern, elegant beauty training and hairdressing salons, and a lacartè restaurants give students real, practical experience with genuine customers - as part of their course assessment. From a new water industry specialist centre , horticulture complex with greenhouse, and state of the art automotive facility to hospital wards featuring practice dummies with lungs that breathe and hearts that pump, Chisholm continues to invest in leading facilities designed to prepare the career professionals of the future.

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Chisholm Life As a Chisholm student, you can get help finding accommodation and work, financial and career advice, personal counselling, and study skills support. Naturally, you will have internet and email access, and state of the art library facilities. You can enjoy regular social events, as well as perks like fine dining in our training restaurants, hair and beauty treatments at our beauty training centres, economical gym membership; even a relaxing massage. As well as an informative, helpful website, Chisholm maintains an Institute facebook page http://www.facebook.com/ ChisholmInstitute and twitter account http://twitter.com/ Chisholm_Inst. Student Advisory Services and many individual teaching departments also maintain social media channels to help you.

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Join us on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ChisholmInstitute Follow us on twitter: http://twitter.com/Chisholm_Inst Chisholm’s “My Jobs” website connects employers with Chisholm students and alumni who are looking for work. “My Jobs” can also help you with career resources like a resume builder, information sheets, and website links – and update you on student, career and industry events, and employment preparation workshops. Everything you need to know can be found on our website at www.chisholm.edu.au or by talking to our expert advisors on 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746)

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Services and contacts It’s important to Chisholm that you have everything you need so you can relax and concentrate on getting the knowledge, expertise and skills you’re after. Chisholm is well-positioned, and well-resourced to meet the needs of a broad and culturally diverse student population. Our people are here to help any way we can. Here are some of the services available to you, and the people to contact:

Study skills support

Student Advisory Services

Study Skills Coordinator – 9238 8140

Free access to services like: • Careers counselling and employment assistance • Support for students with disabilities • Accommodation assistance

This is a free service available to students enrolled in mainstream vocational courses at Chisholm. You can get help with reading skills, numeracy skills, time management, assignment preparation, referencing and bibliographies, writing reports, giving presentations, library research and note taking. CONTACTS

Koorie and Indigenous students undertaking mainstream courses can access additional study support through the institute’s Indigenous Tuition Assistance Scheme (ITAS). Contact Chisholm’s Koorie Liaison Officer for more information.

• Personal counselling

CONTACT

• Advocacy on a range of matters

Koorie Liaison Officer 9238 8439

• Financial advice CONTACTS Berwick, Cranbourne, Dandenong – 9212 5269 Frankston, Mornington Peninsula, Bass Coast – 9238 8435

Students with disabilities The disability support service assists students with disabilities to access a full range of educational opportunities. Support may include access to note-takers, alternative assessment arrangements, special equipment, in-class support, course material presented in an alternative format, interpreters for the deaf, or special consideration. Support is negotiated on an individual basis, so contact a Disability Officer as early as possible prior to the commencement of classes.

Preparing to study Our Orientation to Learning program is available prior to the commencement of mainstream courses at the beginning of each semester. One day a week over 10 weeks, you can brush up on skills like assignment preparation, basic computer use, report writing, essay writing, exam preparation and research. You will also get a general introduction to life at Chisholm, a facilities tour, and learn what the library has to offer and how to use it. CONTACTS Study Skills Coordinator – 9238 8140

Fairness for everyone

Frankston, Cranbourne, Mornington Peninsula, Bass Coast – 9238 8435

Chisholm is committed to your right to learn in an environment free from harassment, bullying or discrimination. Policies are in place for managing diversity, equal opportunity and antidiscrimination, that meet the needs of both State and Federal Equal Opportunity legislation. For more information, contact Student Advisory.

Koorie Support Unit

CONTACTS

Through the Koorie Support Unit Chisholm seeks to provide Koorie and Indigenous students with a supportive and culturally appropriate environment within which to develop skills, undertake further study, and build employment pathways. The Koorie Liaison Officer is available to provide advice and support to students within mainstream programs as well as indigenous specific courses and subjects.

Berwick, Cranbourne, Dandenong – 9212 5269

CONTACTS Dandenong, Berwick – 9212 5269

Frankston, Mornington Peninsula, Bass Coast – 9238 8435

CONTACT Koorie Liaison Officer 9238 8439

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Art and Design Artistic career opportunities are growing, particularly in fields that combine art ability with computer skills. Careers can be lucrative, so competition is strong, and the most talented gain the highest paid positions. Statistically, over 60% of art workers are self employed, which can be ideal for independent people with an entrepreneurial approach. Chisholm students have won high profile local and national exhibitions, industry awards and competitions. Chisholm also features student work in exhibitions and publications, and students enjoy exposure, recognition and opportunities to network in their chosen profession, working on projects for community groups, schools, councils and business associations. Chisholm qualifications are nationally accredited pathways into further study, as well as into careers directly, including – art administration, art consulting, design, fashion, film making, fine art, game design, graphic art, illustration, interactive media, multimedia, photography, public art, publishing, script writing, set design, social media, studio art, web design, and writing. For full, detailed outlines of the following courses and pathways, log on to www.chisholm.edu.au or phone 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746).

Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

GRAPHIC DESIGN Certificate II in Printing and Graphic Arts (Desktop Publishing) ICP20205

Learn skills to create artwork and publications with DTP design software in both PC and Mac platforms. Understand pre-press and print production methods.

There are no formal academic requirements; however basic written and oral communication skills are required.

Apple Mac and PC Operator, Careers in the newspaper and magazine industries, Computer Operator, Desktop Publisher, Electronic Publishing Operator, Multimedia Design, Publishing Designer

6 months full time

February and July

Dandenong

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience. Applicants will be required to attend an interview and submit a portfolio of work.

Designer, Graphic Artist, Graphic Designer, Multimedia Design, Visual Arts

2 years part time /1 year full time

February

Dandenong

Certificate IV in Design CUV40303

Develop foundation skills and knowledge in art and design for certain entry level jobs, or to go further with your study. You’ll work with the latest Mac computers and industry relevant software in a professional studio environment.

Certificate IV in Printing and Graphic Arts (Graphic Pre-press) ICP40110

Learn how to design complex print and online publications to industry standard including newspapers, theatre programmes, catalogues, magazines, websites and posters.

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience. An interview will be required.

Apple Mac and PC Operator, Careers in the newspaper and magazine industries, Desktop Publisher, Electronic Publisher, Publishing Designer, Web Designer

1 year full time

February

Dandenong

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Counsellor (Arts Therapy) in private practice and Community Services, Lifestyle Coordinator, Support Worker in Therapeutic Settings

2 years full time

February

Frankston

Diploma of Arts Therapy 21941VIC

Attain skills to develop and deliver therapeutic art programs across the community services sector. Builds on counselling skills using the arts and creative inquiry as therapy.

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Phillip Dupuy Graphic Design Phillip Dupuy is a good example of how commitment in teachers can inspire an equal commitment in students. The 21-year old from Pioneer Bay travels two hours each day to get to his work placement in Narre Warren. “It used to be worse,” Phillip laughs, “Now I’ve got a car, but before I had to catch the bus to study in Dandenong which was two hours each way!” Perhaps surprisingly Phillip doesn’t consider himself a ‘natural’ graphic designer. “Graphic design was just something I was interested in,” he says, “I don’t think I had any great talent. I just thought I’d see if I could do it.” After doing a short course – the Certificate II in Printing and Graphic Arts (Desktop Publishing) – Phillip found he’d been hooked. He completed the Certificate IV in Design and is now starting the second year of the Diploma of Graphic Design. “The Diploma is challenging,” he says, “It’s more in-depth in every way and takes real work, but I really like it.” Whichever path his career ultimately takes, Phillip is certain that his time studying at Chisholm has been one of the most enriching of his life. “It’s a great feeling to be among other people who are passionate about design and want to do their absolute best.”

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Art and Design Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

GRAPHIC DESIGN Diploma of Graphic Design 21874VIC

With this qualification, highly regarded by the graphic design industry, numerous graduates have gained exciting employment opportunities. Develop the skills to interpret a brief, create concepts and final design solutions for print or electronic output.

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Advertising designers, Film and animation, Graphic Artist, Publishing, Retail Publishing, Television

1.5 years full time

February

Dandenong

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience. Applicants will be required to attend an interview and submit a portfolio of work.

Book Illustrator, Children’s Book Illustrator, Editorial Illustrator, Freelance Illustrator, illustration opportunities in the production of textbooks, newspapers, magazines and fiction, illustrators in the production of advertisements for the print media, billboards, posters, signage, multimedia and television commercials

4 years part time / 2 years full time

February

Frankston

Applicants should have completed a Diploma of Graphic Design or equivalent prior to this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Employment in Graphic Design interactive media industries, Graphic Artist, Graphic Artist or Designer, Graphic Designer, Multimedia Animator, Multimedia Design, Multimedia Developer, Multimedia Support

6 months full time

July

Dandenong, Workplace

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent, or Mature Age Entry.

Administrator, Child Care Worker, Community Development Worker, Community Services, Human Resource Officer, Psychologist, Public Relations Officer, Social Sciences, Social Worker, Teacher, Writer

4 years part time / 2 years full time

February and July

Frankston

Assistant Animator

1 year full time

February

Dandenong, Frankston

1 Year part time / 6 months full time

February and July

Cranbourne, Dandenong, Frankston

Diploma of Illustration 21871VIC

Learn broad-based theoretical and practical skills for a career in illustration. Skills are developed by exploring a wide range of mediums: An ongoing program of visiting artists, industry visits and practical workshops provide students with exposure to real world projects.

Advanced Diploma of Graphic Design 21873VIC

Extend your talent and employability in graphic design. Gain real world experience in the graphic design industry, with the majority of training in this advanced course done on live jobs with client interaction.

Liberal Arts Diploma of Liberal Arts 21794VIC

Open up many pathways with this qualification. You can gain a credit to transfer into an arts/ social science or teaching course at selected universities, or go onto employment in a variety of fields.

MULTIMEDIA / WEB DESIGN Certificate III in Media (Animation) CUF30107

Acquire skills to create industry standard 2D digital animation. Includes story boarding, character development, animation principles and script writing ideas.

Year 11 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Certificate III in Information Technology (Multimedia) T ICA30105MM

Acquire the skills - including working with Adobe software - to build, maintain and manage basic business, club or private websites. Includes an introduction to visual design principles and computer applications. Available on campus or online.

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Year 11 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

www.chisholm.edu.au 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746)

Suitable for graduates seeking employment operating under supervision as a technical Multimedia Assistant in the IT and MM industry

T = Traineeship A = Apprenticeship P = Pre-Apprenticeship


Art and Design Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

MULTIMEDIA / WEB DESIGN Certificate IV in Information Technology (Websites) ONLINE (T) ICA40505

Study online to suit your lifestyle. Acquire skills and knowledge to work in website design, development and programming. For those who haven’t had the time, this course provides a great opportunity to acquire career enhancing Web Development skills.

Year 11 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Assistant Webmaster, Web Applications Developer, Web Designer, Webmaster/ Assistant Webmaster, Website Coordinator

3 years part time / 1 year full time

March

Cranbourne

Assistant to Film and Television, Digital Artist, Multimedia Artist, Photographer, Studio Artist, Video Operator

1 year full time

February

Frankston

3 years part time / 1 year full time

February

Cranbourne

3 years part time / 1 year full time

February

Berwick, Frankston

Assistant Webmaster, Help Desk, Internet Administrator, Intranet Administrator, Network Administrator, Network Technician, Webmaster/ Assistant Webmaster, Website Administrator

3 years part time / 1 year full time

February

Frankston

Animation Assistant, Animator Film and Television, Assistant to Animation Artist, Cartoonist

1 year full time

February

Frankston

Certificate IV in Interactive Digital Media CUF40207

Create more possibilities using digital art! This course enhances traditional painting, drawing, printmaking and photography skills through the use of digital video, interactive and computing techniques.

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience. Applicants will be required to attend an interview and submit a portfolio of work.

DUAL AWARD: Certificate IV in Information Technology (Websites) / Certificate IV in Information Technology (Multimedia) ICA40805

If digital is your passion, in this Dual Award course gain a breadth of skills and knowledge to start and pursue a career in website/ multimedia design and development.

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Assistant Webmaster, Multimedia Author, Multimedia Developer, Multimedia Programmer, Web Applications Developer, Web Designer, Webmaster/ Assistant Webmaster, Website Coordinator

DUAL AWARD: Certificate IV in Information Technology (Websites) / Certificate IV in Marketing (Digital Marketing) BSB41307A

Engage in the exciting possibilities of the world wide web and marketing. As well as gaining skills in website design, development and programming, learn about online and offline social marketing concepts and techniques.

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Customer Service Officer, Field worker, Marketing Assistant, Merchandising or Sales Representative, Social Media Marketing Assistant, Web Designer, Webmaster/ Assistant Webmaster, Website Coordinator

DUAL AWARD: Certificate IV in Information Technology (Websites) / Certificate IV in Information Technology (Networking) ICA40405

Attain skills and knowledge to work in website design, development and programming, Additionally develop core skills in networking and systems support. Segments of CISCO training are integrated in the course.

Year 11 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Certificate IV in Screen and Media CUF40107

Versatile, cross-media graduates with good creative and technical skill-sets are highly employable. Extend your art, media and design capabilities in this hands-on course developed in consultation with industry.

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience. Applicants will be required to attend an interview and submit a portfolio of work.

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Art and Design Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

MULTIMEDIA / WEB DESIGN DUAL AWARD: Diploma of Information Technology (Networking) / Diploma of Information Technology (Website Development) ICA50605

Attain a high level of expertise in networking skills, website administration and management - with a focus on website performance and database integration. Elements of CISCO are part of the learning.

Year 12 (VCE) or Mature Age Entry with relevant industry experience.

Assistant Webmaster, Help 6 years part Desk Operator, Internet time / 2 years Administrator, Network full time Management, Network Support Technician, Systems Administrator, Systems Support, Technical Support Specialist, Web Applications Developer, Web Designer, Web Manager, Web Security Administrator, Website Administrator, Website Coordinator, Website Developer

Full time: February, part time: February and July

Frankston

DUAL AWARD: Diploma of Information Technology (Website Development) / Diploma of Information Technology (Multimedia) ICA50905

As a graduate with this Dual Award you’ll be equipped with versatile skills in website design, development and programming; plus video production, database integration, e-business, internet technologies and more.

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Assistant Webmaster, Concept Designer, Training Product Designer, Web Applications Developer, Web Designer, Webmaster/ Assistant Webmaster

6 years part time / 2 years full time

February

Cranbourne

Business Management, Designing for multimedia, Designing games, Editing on-line, Evaluating multimedia projects, Managing multimedia projects, Writing for multimedia

2 years full time

February

Frankston

Publishing, Web, Multimedia, Animation, Film, Games, Marketing and Advertising

3 years full time / up to 6 years part time

February

Dandenong

2 years part time

February and July. Some flexible entry is negotiable

Mornington Peninsula

2 years part time

February and July. Some flexible entry is negotiable

Dandenong, Frankston

Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media CUF60107

Master the skills of visual image making and the moving image. Undertake specialist training through an integrated multimedia program. Interaction with industry people means you’ll understand what they and their clients need out of a project.

Year 12 (VCE) is the minimum requirement for this course. Preference also will be given to applicants who have completed a Certificate IV in Screen and Media or those with relevant industry experience.

Bachelor of Interactive Media Design BIM001-V14184

Enhance your existing skills as a designer practitioner to create your innovation and vision to become a unique artist in your field.

A relevant advanced diploma or diploma in the areas of Graphic Design, Screen and Media or equivalent and or related industry experience.

Visual Arts Certificate III in Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Cultural Arts CUV30203

Designed for indigenous people to develop their artistic skills, this course mirrors the requirements of working in the visual arts and contemporary crafts industries.

There are no formal requirements for this course. Applicants may be subject to an assessment of language skills.

Contemporary Crafts, Koorie Artist, Visual Arts

Certificate IV in Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Cultural Arts CUV40203

Mirror the requirements of an indigenous artist working in the visual arts and contemporary crafts industries. This course is designed for indigenous people looking to further develop their artistic skills.

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There are no formal requirements for this course. Applicants may be subject to an assessment of language skills.

www.chisholm.edu.au 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746)

T = Traineeship A = Apprenticeship P = Pre-Apprenticeship


Art and Design Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Visual Arts Diploma of Ceramics 21872VIC

Acquire the skills to design, construct and decorate ceramics to a commercial standard. You’ll also learn important marketing skills to promote and sell ceramics work.

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Ceramic based occupation, Ceramic studio support staff, Studio based potter

4 years part time / 2 years full time

Full time: February, Part time - Ongoing

Dandenong

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Art consultant, Artist, Arts Assistant, Craftsperson, Fine Artist, Painter, Photographer, Printmaker, Public Artist, Sculptor

4 years part time / 2 years full time

February

Frankston

Public artist managing large scale exhibitions and projects

1 year full time

February

Dandenong

Creative Writer, Editor, Educational Script Writer, Freelance Writer, Feature Writer, Journalist, Marketing Assistant, Promotions Assistant, Proof Reader, Publicist, Publisher Assistant, Research Assistant, Screenwriter / Playwright, Promotions Assistant, Script Writer

4 years part time / 2 years full time

Full time February, Part time - Ongoing throughout the year

Berwick, Frankston

Diploma of Visual Arts 21885VIC

Train to pursue a career as a visual artist. You’ll be exposed to the diversity and breadth of the visual arts field which encompasses disciplines such as painting, printmaking, sculpture, digital imaging, public arts and gallery curation.

Vocational Graduate Certificate in Public Art 22036VIC

Learn how to facilitate and manage public art exhibitions to a high standard. This course will provide experienced practicing artists and designers with the specialist knowledge required to work as a public artist; including skills in financing and administering medium to large scale projects.

Relevant bachelor degree or higher qualification, or a relevant advanced diploma to certificate III level in Fine Art, Visual Arts, Photography, Design, Architecture or Landscape Design. At least 5 years experience as a practicing artist /designer is required.

Writing, Editing and Publishing Diploma of Professional Writing and Editing 21675VIC

Aspiring journalists, novelists, poets or corporate writers need look no further. Chisholm’s Professional Writing and Editing program covers the full lexicon of writing skills right through to publishing a project while enabling those already in the industry to develop and expand their skills.

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

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Beauty and Hair The beauty industries are thriving and growing worldwide. There are many career opportunities open to qualified hairdressers, beauticians, beauty therapists, consultants, stylists, make up artists, electrolysis technicians, nail technicians – and growing opportunities for self employment, or managing and owning businesses. Chisholm students have won high profile local and national hair and beauty industry awards, including the prestigious WorldSkills Competition, held every two years. Chisholm also features student work in internal awards, and events. Students are connected to Chisholm’s network of industry-recruiting employers, while apprentices can combine on the job experience with qualification-study. Chisholm qualifications are nationally accredited pathways leading into further study, as well as into careers directly – industries servicing the public, and specialist industry careers, including: – bridal styling and services, beauty therapy, fashion, fashion parades, retail, magazine journalism, theatre, film and television, beauty spa services, consultancies, nail beauty, photography, and beauty health care. For full, detailed outlines of the following courses and pathways, log on to www.chisholm.edu.au or phone 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746).

Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Beauty Technician, Hairdresser, Hairdressing Apprentice

1 year full time

February

Berwick TEC

Nail Technician

9 months part time / 6 months full time

February, April, July, October

Dandenong

Retail Make-up Consultant

34 weeks part time

February

Dandenong, Frankston, Mornington Peninsula

Beautician, Retail Cosmetic Consultant

18 months part time / 6 months full time

February, April, July, October.

Dandenong, Mornington Peninsula

Beauty Therapist

2 years part time / 18 months full time

January, July

Berwick, Frankston

BEAUTY SERVICES VCAL Hair and Beauty (Intermediate or Senior) (A) VCALINTCA

Gain introductory skills to enter the hair and beauty industry with this full preapprenticeship in Hairdressing combined with VCAL. On completion, also gain credits towards obtaining a Certificate III in Beauty.

Year 10 preferred for VCAL Intermediate (Year 11) and Year 11 for VCAL Senior (Year 12). Prospective students will attend an evaluation and interview.

Certificate II in Nail Technology (T) SIB20210

Develop the skills for a career as a Nail Technician in the beauty or hairdressing industry. In this ‘hands-on’ course, learn in both a simulated and real-world workplace salon environment.

Year 11 (VCE) or equivalent, or Mature Age Entry with relevant industry experience.

Certificate II in Make-up Services (VET/VCAL/VCE) SIB20110

Learn the art of make-up artistry in a simulated salon environment. A ‘hands-on’ course designed for Year 11 or 12 students, the program is also available for others.

Occupational Appraisal Test

Certificate III in Beauty Services (T) SIB30110

Working in a simulated salon environment attain the skills - including commercial skills and an entry level qualification, for a career as a beautician, nail technician or retail cosmetic consultant. Also offered as a Traineeship.

Year 11 (VCE) or equivalent, or Mature Age Entry with relevant industry experience. Trainees must have a registered ‘Contract of Training’ with their employer.

Certificate IV in Beauty Therapy (T) SIB40110

Develop your expertise in beauty skills, particularly in the areas of facial treatments. Industry placement, under the guidance of a therapist in a salon/store environment, is an important part of the course.

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Attendance at an interview. Applicants for the traineeship program must have a current “Contract of Training”.

www.chisholm.edu.au 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746)

T = Traineeship A = Apprenticeship P = Pre-Apprenticeship


Beauty and Hair Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

BEAUTY SERVICES Diploma of Beauty Therapy SIB50110

Employment at the highest level in the beauty industry is within your grasp with this qualification. Incorporates Certificate III in Beauty and Certificate IV in Beauty Therapy.

Year 12 (VCE) or Mature Age Entry with relevant industry experience.

Beauty Therapist, Trainer

3 years part time / 18 months full time

January and July

Berwick, Frankston

TV, Film, Photography, Beauty and Retail

18 months part time / 1 Year full time

January and July

Dandenong

Year 10 preferred for VCAL Intermediate (Year 11) and Year 11 for VCAL Senior (Year 12). Prospective students will attend an evaluation and interview.

Hairdresser, Hairdressing Apprentice

1 year full time

February

Berwick TEC

Occupational Appraisal Test.

Hairdressing Apprentice

11 weeks full time

Dandenong: January and July; Frankston: January,April, July and October

Dandenong, Frankston, Mornington Peninsula

Occupational Appraisal Test.

Hairdressing Apprentice

34 weeks part time

February

Dandenong, Frankston, Mornington Peninsula

No formal requirements for the non-apprenticeship pathway. A ‘Registered Training’ Agreement’ with an employer for the apprenticeship.

Qualified hairdresser

3 years part time / 1 year full time

Ongoing enrolments throughout the year

Dandenong, Frankston, Mornington Peninsula

Certificate III in Hairdressing.

Hairdresser, Technician

1 Year part time

January, April, July, October

Frankston

Diploma of Specialist Makeup Services CUF50407

Creative, technical and management skills all comprise this course. Incorporates all genres of make-up with an emphasis on special effects including; prosthetics, styling of hair and wigs for film, TV and stage. Note: Single subjects are available as Skill Sets with direct credits to Diploma.

Must be 18 years old. Portfolio of creative/artistic work required at interview.

HAIRDRESSING VCAL Hair and Beauty (Intermediate or Senior) (A) VCALINTCA

Gain introductory skills to enter the hair and beauty industry with this full Preapprenticeship in hairdressing combined with VCAL.

Certificate II in Hairdressing WRH20109

Attain the skills of a first year apprentice, practical skills for styling, removal of chemicals and basin services. Includes theory studies in client communication.

Certificate II in Hairdressing / VET / VCAL / VCE WRH20109

Attain the skills of a first year apprentice, practical skills for styling, removal of chemicals and basin services. Includes theory studies in client communication.

Certificate III in Hairdressing (A) WRH30109

Qualify as a hairdresser; develop skills in cutting, colour, perming and design. Learn both theory and practical skills in a simulated salon and in the workplace.

Certificate IV in Hairdressing WRH40109

Participants will study advanced hairdressing techniques including complex colouring, creative cutting, and session styling and extending their skills and knowledge to operate in a small business environment.

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Beauty and Hair Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Senior Stylist

18 months part time

January, April, July, October. (classes run subject to numbers)

Dandenong

Salon Manager

6 months part time

February and July

Dandenong

HAIRDRESSING Certificate IV in Hairdressing (Make Up Stream) WRH40109

Study advanced hairdressing techniques including complex colouring, creative cutting, and session styling. Extend your skills and knowledge to operate in a small business environment.

Certificate III in Hairdressing.

Diploma of Hairdressing (Salon Management) WRH50109

Aim for the top! This course will educate you in all aspects of hairdressing salon management: recruiting and leading staff, business planning, product sales and customer service.

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No formal requirements.

www.chisholm.edu.au 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746)

T = Traineeship A = Apprenticeship P = Pre-Apprenticeship


Building and Construction Always expanding, the broad fields of building and construction include all the fields that together create the constantly-growing built environment we live in. Opportunities for skilled graduates continue to grow. The demand for building designers, architects, surveyors, civil construction and project administrators, site managers, foremen, builders, bricklayers, blocklayers, carpenters, plumbers, roofers, electricians, joiners, stair builders, shopfitters, cleaners, cabinet makers, and furniture makers has never been stronger. Chisholm students, apprentices and pre apprentices constantly network with these industries and undertake ‘live’ projects in the community to ground and enhance skills training. Chisholm qualifications are nationally accredited pathways leading to further study, as well as into careers directly, including: -- architecture, building and construction, project management, construction management, design engineering, construction engineering, environmental impact, scheduling, budgeting, bidding, construction site safety, building materials industry, or logistics. For full, detailed outlines of the following courses and pathways, log on to www.chisholm.edu.au or phone 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746).

Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

BRICKLAYING VCAL Bricklaying (Intermediate or Senior) (P) VCALINTBL

Attain a full bricklaying pre-apprenticeship as part of a VCAL Intermediate or VCAL Senior in this mainly project-based course focussing on industry relevant skills.

Year 10 preferred for VCAL Intermediate (Year 11) and Year 11 for VCAL Senior (Year 12). Prospective students will attend an evaluation and interview.

Bricklaying Trades Assistant, Leads to Bricklaying Apprenticeship

1 year full time

February

Berwick TEC

Bricklayer

3 years part time

Ongoing, throughout the year

Berwick TEC

Leads to an Apprenticeship in chosen vocational trade area

1 year full time

February

Frankston

Carpentry Trades Assistant, Leads to Carpentry Apprenticeship

1 year full time

February

Berwick TEC

Certificate III in Brick and Blocklaying (A) CPC30108BT

Learn all about bricks and blocklaying in a course that includes a combination of work place assessment and off-site training. Let this apprenticeship training course cement your employment options.

There are no formal requirements for this course. Trainees must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION Building Skills Group (Pre-vocational) (P) 21844VIC

Gain valuable foundation skills in a variety of building trade occupations. Directed at 15-17 year olds who have either left school or are considering a pathway towards a wider range of building trade careers such as plumbing, electrical and bricklaying.

Applicants must be between 15-17 years of age who have either left school or looking for a career in the building trade.

VCAL Carpentry (Intermediate or Senior) (P) VCALINTBC

Attain a full carpentry pre-apprenticeship as part of a VCAL Intermediate or VCAL Senior in this mainly project-based course focussing on industry relevant skills.

Year 10 preferred for VCAL Intermediate (Year 11) and Year 11 for VCAL Senior (Year 12). Prospective students will attend an evaluation and interview.

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Building and Construction Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION VCAL Trade Careers VCALINTTI

Unsure of your career path but like the idea of trades work? Try a number of career options as part of a VCAL Intermediate. Includes study in carpentry, electrical, landscaping, bricklaying and plumbing.

Year 10 preferred for VCAL Intermediate (Year 11) and Year 11 for VCAL Senior (Year 12). Prospective students will attend an evaluation and interview.

May lead to Apprenticeship in chosen vocational area, May lead to Pre apprenticeship in chosen vocational area

1 year full time

February

Berwick TEC

16 weeks full time

Ongoing throughout the year

Berwick TEC, Mornington Peninsula

10 weeks full time

Please contact: Bass Coast Bass coast

Certificate II in Building and Construction (Bricklaying) (P) 21844VICR

Learn to lay bricks! This pre-apprenticeship course is mostly project based. It builds up practical bricklaying skills and provides an introduction to a career in the industry.

Applicants should have completed Year 10 or equivalent prior to this course.

Leads to Bricklaying Apprenticeship

Certificate II in Asset Maintenance (Cleaning Operations) PRM20104W

Acquire the skills you need to clean and maintain commercial properties. Gain employment within industrial, motel and hospitality workplaces.

No formal qualifications but Year 10 preferred. Good reading, writing and communication skills are required. Interview and numeracy and literacy assessment may be required.

Commercial cleaner, Housekeeping

Certificate II in Building and Construction (Carpentry) Pre-apprenticeship (P) 21844VIC

Discover the basics about building and construction - with a focus on carpentry. Learn skills, knowledge and techniques as a primer to move on to an apprenticeship in carpentry.

Completion of Year 10 is required. Applicants should be aware preference is given to those within the building trade.

Leads to Carpentry Apprenticeship

16 weeks full time, 18 weeks full time (Bass Coast)

Ongoing throughout the year

Bass Coast, Berwick TEC, Dandenong, Frankston, Mornington Peninsula

Skilled labourer, Skilled labourer/leading hand

10 weeks full time

February

Cranbourne

3 years part time

February

Frankston

Certificate II in Civil Construction Year 10 level of Maths and If you enjoy physical work, this could be the English is recommended. course for you: Gain skills and knowledge in civil construction techniques and take advantage of substantial employment opportunities available in freeway construction and many other infrastructure projects in South Eastern Victoria. RII20709

Certificate III in Cabinet Making (Kitchen and Bathrooms) (A) LMF32109

Become a specialist in remodelling kitchen and bathroom furniture. Gain a range of cabinet making skills that will enable you to wipe the floor with your competitors.

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All applicants must be employed under a Contract of Training and registered with the State Training Board as an apprentice cabinet maker.

www.chisholm.edu.au 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746)

Furniture maker, Kitchen and Bathroom installation specialist

T = Traineeship A = Apprenticeship P = Pre-Apprenticeship


Building and Construction Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION Certificate III in Carpentry (P) CPC30208

Grasp broad-based skills in residential and commercial construction. Learn to install and maintain timber systems and structures to obtain work as a builder or carpenter after completing your apprenticeship.

There are no formal requirements for this course. Trainees must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

Builder, Carpenter

3 years part time

Please contact Institute

Dandenong, Frankston, Mornington Peninsula

Carpenter, Joiner, Shopfitter, Stairbuilder

3 years part time

Continuous

Frankston

Cabinet Maker, Carpenter, Shopfitter, Stairbuilder

3 years full time

Continuous

Frankston

Carpenter, Stairbuilder, Joiner

3 years full time

Continuous

Frankston

Construction Supervisor, Domestic Builder

18 months part time

Ongoing throughout the year

Frankston

Building Contractor, Building Supervisor, Contract Administration and Management

4 years part time / 2 years full time

February

Frankston

2 years part time

February and July

Frankston

Certificate III in Off-Site (Joinery/Timber/Aluminium/Glass) (A) BCF30200

Secure a high level of skill to work in the offsite construction field. Select a stream such as aluminium and glass, stair building and timber joinery.

No formal requirements. Applicants must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

Certificate III in Off-Site (Shopfitting) (A) BCF30100

Secure a high level of skill to work in the offsite construction field. Select a stream such as aluminium and glass, stair building and timber joinery in this apprenticeship program.

No formal requirements. Applicants must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

Certificate III in Off-site (Stairs) (A) BCF30300

Secure a high level of skill and knowledge to work in the off-site construction field. Specialise in the stairbuilding stream or another stream that matches your job requirements.

No formal requirements. Applicants must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Building) CPC40110

This course prepares you for a career as a builder or supervisor in the domestic construction sector. The focus is on construction planning and management skills and techniques.

Students must be capable of using a computer and have internet access. Year 10 maths and a command of English in relation to report writing is required.

Diploma of Building and Construction (Building) CPC50210

Like the idea of a project management or supervisory role in the construction industry? This course centres on the planning and management of residential and commercial projects.

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Diploma of Building and Construction (Site Management) CPC50308

Gain project management skills in the construction industry. From residential to commercial building projects, working individually or in teams, learn how to integrate construction management and building design.

Satisfactory completion of VCE Year 12, Including Units 3 and 4 English or equivalent. Non Year 12 applicants: No minimum tertiary entrance requirement, however mathematical skills equal to Year 10 and a high command of English in relation to report writing are necessary.

Building Contractor, Building site manager, Contract Administration, Estimator

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Building and Construction Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

BUILDING DESIGN Diploma of Building Surveying CPC50108

Gain the skills and knowledge required to work as a building surveyor in the building and construction industry. Learn about building theory, inspection and surveying related to residential, industrial and commercial buildings.

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Building Inspector, Building Surveyor Assistant

2 years part time / 18 months full time

February

Frankston

Architectural Drafting, Building Designer

5 years part time / 2.5 years full time

February

Frankston

Building Surveyor

18 month part time

February

Frankston

Carpentry Trades Assistant, Leads to Carpentry Apprenticeship

1 year full time

February

Berwick TEC

Cabinet Maker

3 years part time

Please contact Department (03) 92388399

Frankston

Furniture maker, Kitchen and Bathroom installation specialist

3 years part time

February

Frankston

Electrical Technician, Leads to Electrical Apprenticeship

1 year full time

February

Berwick TEC

Advanced Diploma of Building Design (Architectural) 21953VIC

Gain a qualification for registration as a draftsperson with the Building Commission. Specialist studies - employing state-of-the-art computer technology - equip you with the skills for a career designing commercial or residential buildings.

Year 12 (VCE) or Mature Age. Good literacy and numeracy skills, computer and internet skills are required.

Advanced Diploma of Building Surveying CPC60108

Advance your career as a building surveyor. As a graduate, you’ll qualify for registration with the Building Commission, and then be able to issue permits within a limited licence category.

Diploma of Building Surveying is required.

CABINET MAKING VCAL Carpentry (Intermediate or Senior) (P) VCALINTBC

Attain a full carpentry pre-apprenticeship as part of a VCAL Intermediate or VCAL Senior in this mainly project-based course focussing on industry relevant skills.

Year 10 preferred for VCAL Intermediate (Year 11) and Year 11 for VCAL Senior (Year 12). Prospective students will attend an evaluation and interview.

Certificate III in Furniture Making (A) LMF30302

Learn the craft of woodworking in this apprenticeship courses to become a cabinet maker; includes working with hand and power tools, and producing manual and CAD production drawings.

There are no formal requirements for this course. Trainees must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

Certificate III in Cabinet Making (Kitchen and Bathrooms) (A) LMF32109

Become a specialist in remodelling kitchen and bathroom furniture. Gain a range of cabinet making skills that will enable you to wipe the floor with your competitors.

All applicants must be employed under a Contract of Training and registered with the State Training Board as an apprentice cabinet maker.

ELECTRICAL VCAL Electrical (Intermediate or Senior) (P) VCALINTPB

Complete a full pre-vocational certificate as part of a VCAL Intermediate or VCAL Senior. Learn industry relevant skills in electrotechnology to enter all sectors of the field, including domestic and commercial electrical work. (This course includes a preapprenticeship

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Year 10 preferred for VCAL Intermediate (Year 11) and Year 11 for VCAL Senior (Year 12). Prospective students will attend an evaluation and interview.

www.chisholm.edu.au 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746)

T = Traineeship A = Apprenticeship P = Pre-Apprenticeship


Building and Construction Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Business equipment installation technician, Business equipment maintenance technician, Business equipment repair technician, Customer service officer

1 year part time / 6 months full time

February and July

Dandenong

Electrical fitter, Electrical linesperson, Electrician, Instrument making and repairing, Leads to an Apprenticeship in the electrical field, Line worker, Meter mechanic, Refrigeration mechanic

4 months full time

January, May and August

Dandenong, Frankston

Electrical Trades, Leads to an apprenticeship in the Electrotechnology industry

15 weeks full time

February

Berwick TEC

Applicants must be over 15 and, if undertaking an apprenticeship have a Contract of Training with an employer who will sponsor their time at TAFE.

Electrical mechanic (Electrician)

3 years part time

Ongoing throughout the year

Dandenong, Frankston, Mornington Peninsula

Certificate III in Electrotechnology

Advanced Skills Electrician

1 year part time

February and July

Berwick, Dandenong, Frankston

Leads to Plumbing Apprenticeship, Plumber

1 year full time

February

Berwick TEC

ELECTRICAL Certificate II in Business Equipment Servicing (T) UEE20207

If you enjoy the challenge of equipment fault finding and mechanical systems, why not formalise your skills by learning how to install, service and maintain business equipment? Gain a job in the maintenance department of leading business equipment companies such as Xerox, Canon, Sharpe of IBM.

Year 11 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience. Trainees must be over 15 and have a Contract of Training with an employer who will sponsor their time at TAFE.

Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start) (P) UEE22010

Learn industry relevant skills in Electrotechnology to enter all sectors of the field, including domestic and commercial electrical work. Complete this pre-vocational course and qualify for an electrical apprenticeship.

Year 10 or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Pre-vocational) (P) 21887VICBT

Learn industry relevant skills in Electrotechnology to enter all sectors of the field, including domestic and commercial electrical work. Go on to an apprenticeship.

By the commencement date of the course you must be between 16 and 19 years old and preferably have completed year 10.

Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician (A) UEE30807

Acquire the skills to work on and maintain all types of electrical installations; including commercial, residential and industrial wiring applications. You will also study telecommunications cabling in this comprehensive apprenticeship course.

Certificate IV in Electrical 21767VIC

Increase your skills in electrotechnology to include motor control systems, PLCs (Programmable Logic Controllers) and SCADA (Supervisory, Control and Data Acquisition) systems

PLUMBING VCAL Plumbing (Intermediate or Senior) (P) VCALINTPM

Set yourself up for a career in plumbing where there’s never any shortage of work. In this hands-on course, complete a full prevocational Certificate II in Plumbing as part of a VCAL Intermediate or VCAL Senior.

Year 10 preferred for VCAL Intermediate (Year 11) and Year 11 for VCAL Senior (Year 12). Prospective students will attend an evaluation and interview.

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Building and Construction Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

PLUMBING Certificate II in Plumbing Pre Apprenticeship (P) 22138VIC

For those seeking entry to the plumbing industry or wanting to prepare for a Plumbing and Gasfitting apprenticeship, this fully accredited pre-vocational course is specifically designed to achieve these goals. And if you gain an apprenticeship in the plumbing trade after successfully completing this course, the schooling component of your apprenticeship training will be reduced.

Applicants must at least have achieved Year 10 or equivalent level of education.

Leads to an Apprenticeship in the Plumbing industry

15 weeks

Commences in Feb and July at Dandenong, Frankston and Mornington Peninsula Campuses. Commences in Feb, May and July at the Berwick Campus

Berwick TEC, Dandenong, Frankston, Mornington Peninsula

There are no formal requirements for this course. Those undertaking an Apprenticeship must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

Registered Plumber either as a Mechanical Plumber or General Plumber encompassing (Sanitary, Drain, Roofing, Gasfitting and Water Supply)

3 years part time

Ongoing throughout the year

Dandenong, Frankston, Mornington Peninsula: Fisrt Year only, 2nd and 3rd year at Frankston or Dandenong

Licenced Plumber

Each Licencing Module runs between 10 and 20 weeks

February and ongoing

Dandenong, Frankston

Certificate III in Plumbing (A) CPC32408

Aiming to be a registered and licensed plumber? A plumbing apprenticeship - which is normally a four year package consisting of employment and training - will help you achieve this goal. An apprentice attends Trade School for up to three years on a part time basis but also receives on-the-job training.

Certificate IV in Plumbing and Services CPC40908

Are you a registered plumber looking to become a licenced plumber? If so the Certificate IV in Plumbing Services is for you. This course embraces the Victorian Licence requirements for Mechanical, Water, Gas Fitting, Roofing, Sanitation and Below Ground Drainage Incorporating Stormwater and Domestic Treatment Plants.

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Applicants must have achieved a minimum of a Certificate III in Plumbing or equivalent. Alternatively Mature Age Entry for those with relevant industry experience will be considered.

www.chisholm.edu.au 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746)

T = Traineeship A = Apprenticeship P = Pre-Apprenticeship


Business and Finance Every aspect of our society is fast becoming a specialist business area, so there are many career opportunities for business administrators, for self employment, or for consulting, managing, or owning businesses, particularly in this IT age where Australian businesses alone generate billions of dollars through the internet. Chisholm courses provide specialist training to navigate this evolving business environment. Chisholm students are exposed to Chisholm’s network of business partners and contacts, and often complete real projects for industry clients and organisations, and have won high profile local and national industry awards. Chisholm qualifications are nationally accredited pathways leading into further study, as well as into careers directly, including: -- accounting, advertising, bookkeeping, business administration, community pharmacy, legal practice, community justice and paralegal work, management, marketing, medical administration, occupational health and safety, office administration, project management, public relations, real estate, retail, and risk management. For full, detailed outlines of the following courses and pathways, log on to www.chisholm.edu.au or phone 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746).

Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION VCAL ESL (Business) (Intermediate) VCALINTAA

Complete a full Certificate II in Business as part of a VCAL Intermediate. At the same time improve your English Language and get practical work experience to help you with further study and employment.

Year 10 preferred for VCAL Intermediate (Year 11) and Year 11 for VCAL Senior (Year 12). Prospective students will attend an evaluation and interview.

Administration Officer, Administrative Assistant

1 year full time

February

Dandenong

DUAL AWARD: Certificate I in Business / Certificate II in Information Technology ICA20105

If you are interested in an exciting new way to study, this is the program for you. Working in a simulated Virtual Enterprise environment, participants will have the opportunity to complete two qualifications while applying their skills in real-world globally orientated business operations.

There are no formal qualifications required for this course. However basic IT skills and knowledge are essential.

Graduates will have the skills and knowledge to enter employment in a range of information technology related activities, Office Administrator, PC Operator, Receptionist, Administrative Assistant, Computer Technology (growth industry), Data Entry Clerk

1 year full time

February and July

Frankston

Administrative Officer, Clerk, Receptionist, Word Processing Operator

1 year part time / 6 months full time

Ongoing

Dandenong

Administrative Officer, Clerk, Receptionist, Word Processing Operator

1 year part time / 6 months full time, also flexible delivery

Ongoing

Bass Coast, Mornington Peninsula

Certificate II in Business (T) There are no formal Acquire entry level office skills to be employed academic requirements; as a clerical administrative worker in all however basic written and industries. oral communication skills are required. BSB20107

Certificate II in Business BSB20107

This course provides entry level training, skills and knowledge to work as a clerical administrative worker in all industries. Participants develop basic office skills.

Have successfully completed Year 10 or equivalent. Good reading, writing and communication skills are required. Interview and numeracy and literacy assessment may be required.

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Business and Finance Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Certificate III in Business (Intensive) BSB30107

Looking for a job in administration or technology? Chisholm’s new intensive Certificate III in Business program will help you jump the queue as you gain all the skills you need in just 8 weeks.

Good written and communication skills and computer literacy.

Administrative Officer, Receptionist, Secretary

8 weeks full time

February and July

Dandenong

Have successfully completed Year 10 or equivalent. Good reading, writing and communication skills are required. Interview and numeracy and literacy assessment may be required.

Accounts Clerk, Accounts Payable Officer, Accounts Receivable Officer, Administrative Assistant, Administrative Officer, Clerical Assistant, Clerical Worker, Customer Service Officer, Data Entry, Data Entry Clerk, Data Processing Support and Computer Operations, General clerk, Human Resources Administration Assistant, Payroll Officer, Typist, Word Processing Operator

1 year part time / 6 months full time also flexible delivery

February and ongoing throughout the year.

Bass Coast

Administration Officer, Administrative Assistant, Bookkeeper, Medical Receptionist, Office Administrator, Personal Assistant/Executive Assistant, Receptionist, Word Processing Operator

18 months part time / 6 months full time

February, April, July and September

Bass Coast, Cranbourne, Dandenong, Frankston, Mornington Peninsula, Workplace

Admissions Clerk, General/ Medical Receptionist, Medical Administrative Officer, Medical Clerk, Medical Office Assistant, Medical Secretary, Medical Specialist Secretary

1.5 years part time / 6 months full time

Online ongoing enrolments go to http://online. chisholm.edu. au/onlinestudy

Frankston, Mornington Peninsula

Administration Officer, Administrator, Legal Secretary, Medical Secretary, Personal Assistant/Executive Assistant

2.5 years part time / 1 year full time

February, April, July and September

Cranbourne, Dandenong, Frankston, Mornington Peninsula, Workplace

Administration Officer, Human Resource Officer, Office Administrator, Office Manager, Personal Assistant/Executive Assistant, Secretary

3.5 years part time / 1.5 years full time

February, July, and ongoing throughout the year

Cranbourne, Dandenong, Frankston, Mornington Peninsula

Certificate III in Business BSB30107W

Seeking employment as a clerical administrative worker in a variety of industries? This course will enable you to acquire high level office skills to help you achieve your goals.

Certificate III in Business Administration (T) BSB30407

Secure theoretical and practical skills for employment in administration and office support; with specialist streams in finance, general and medical.

Good written and communications skills

Certificate III in Business Administration (Medical) (T) BSB31107

Attain skills for a career in Medical Administration; in a general practice, medical specialist practice or a hospital.

Certificate II in Business or have equivalent experience.

Certificate IV in Business Administration (T) BSB40507

Develop senior level knowledge and skills to direct the office administration aspects of a business. Select streams in medical, finance and general.

Certificate III in Business Administration and advanced written communication skills. Equivalent experience also considered.

Diploma of Business Administration (T) BSB50407

This qualification is ideal if you have experience across a range of settings and are seeking to further develop your skills and better your opportunities in business operations, management or consultancy.

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Certificate IV in Business Administration or equivalent.

www.chisholm.edu.au 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746)

T = Traineeship A = Apprenticeship P = Pre-Apprenticeship


Kirsty Williams Real Estate Like a lot of successful mature age students, Kristy Williams didn’t particularly enjoy school. The pressures of adolescence and the excitement of an active social life combined to make the educational experience less than compelling. Thankfully this initially disappointing brush with the scholastic world didn’t deter her from getting in touch with Chisholm when the time was right. After working in real estate for a number of years, Kristy found herself in a position where her skills needed broadening. A Balnarring girl, she was well aware of the range of courses offered by Chisholm and soon found a course to match her needs. “The Certificate IV in Property Services has a great range of competencies including property appraisal, auctions and how to act as a buyer’s agent,” Kristy says. “Also, it’s delivered as a traineeship and my employer agreed to participate so it was perfect!” “The teachers at Chisholm are really helpful and friendly,” Kristy says. “They’ve got a lot of knowledge and explain things very clearly.” Having achieved her Certificate IV, Kristy feels more ready than ever to pursue her goal of taking her real estate career to the next level.

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Business and Finance Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Diploma Of Business - Intensive BSB50207

Time scarce and looking for a formal qualification in Business? Take advantage of Chisholm’s intensive Diploma of Business program. Includes topics such as sustainability, working with diversity and innovation.

Good written and communication skills and computer literacy.

Account and relationship manager, Administrative officer, Office manager, Personal assistant

6 months part time

July (Every second Saturday)

Dandenong

DUAL AWARD: Diploma of Business Administration / Advanced Diploma of Legal Practice 22053VIC

Secure legal skills to work as a law clerk in a law firm, corporation or government department. Gain the skills and knowledge to effectively manage a variety of administrative functions in a business.

Excellent written communication skills. Comprehension skills and the ability to apply analytical skills are also highly desirable. Successful completion of Year 12, relevant experience or Mature Age Entry.

Administrative/Personal Assistant in PR functions, Conveyancing Clerk, Court Administrative Staff, Executive Assistant, Law Clerk, Legal Executive Assistant, Legal Office Administrator/ Manager/Assistant/Secretary, Office Manager, Para-Legal Professional, Personal Assistant

5 years part time / 2 years full time

February and July

Frankston

Business Owner and Operator

8 weeks full time

Ongoing throughout the year

Bass Coast, Berwick, Cranbourne, Dandenong, Frankston

Independent contracter, Micro business operator, Small Business Establishment and Operation, Small Business Owner, Small Business Owner/ Manager

8 weeks full time

Ongoing throughout the year.

Bass Coast, Berwick, Cranbourne, Dandenong, Frankston

Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management or equivalent prior to this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Bushland Crew Leader, Green Corp Supervisor, Landcare Worker

2 years part time / 1 year full time

February and July

Cranbourne, Mornington Peninsula

There are no formal academic requirements; however basic written and oral communication skills are required.

Local Government, Local Government Administrative Officer/Community Development Worker, Local Government Courts, Local Government Information Officer, Local Government Traffic and Local Laws Officer, Local Government worker

1 year part time

February and July

Workplace

Business Management New Enterprise Incentive Scheme (NEIS) BSB30307

Do you have a great new business idea and need a helping hand to turn your dreams into reality? The New Enterprise Incentive Scheme (NEIS) is a Federal Government program that helps unemployed people to establish their own business. The NEIS program is delivered through Chisholm and is available to Centrelink registered job seekers who are receiving eligible Centrelink allowances.

Applicants must be at least 18, be able to participate in training and work full time, agree to maintain a controlling interest in the business during the term of the NEIS Participant Agreement and not have received NEIS assistance in the previous Two years.

Certificate III in Micro Business Operations BSB30307

Looking to begin a small business or learn new skills to support your sales team? Chisholm’s Certificate III in Micro Business Operations will give you all the skills you need to be self-sufficient, independent and successful.

There are no formal qualifications required for this course. However a keen interest in establishing and running a business would be helpful for those wishing to be selected for this course.

Certificate IV in Conservation and Land Management RTD40102

Acquire skills in conservation and land management with an emphasis on environmental issues, biodiversity, habitat restoration, community facilitation, project management and aquatic ecosystems.

Certificate IV in Government PSP40104

Does your job involve working without supervision in a small or regionally based public sector organisation? This course is ideally suited for such an environment where multi-skilled personnel play a crucial role in providing expert customer service while communicating Government policy and legislation.

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www.chisholm.edu.au 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746)

T = Traineeship A = Apprenticeship P = Pre-Apprenticeship


Business and Finance Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Business Management Certificate IV in Small Business Management BSB40407

Reap the skills and knowledge to start a small business, assess the viability of a potential business opportunity or increase your general management effectiveness in running your existing businesses.

There are no formal qualifications. However a keen interest in establishing and running a business would be helpful for those wishing to be selected for this course.

Business Management, Small Business Establishment and Operation

2 years part time

Flexible learning Ongoing throughout the year

Online

Coordinator, Leading Hand, Middle Manager, Supervisor, Team Leader

6 months full time

February

Bass Coast, Berwick, Workplace

Preference will be given to those who have a Certificate III in Business. Those with substantial vocational experience without a formal qualification may also be considered.

Project Administrator, Project Coordinator, Project Manager, Project Officer, Project scheduling, Project Worker

6 months part time

March and July

Cranbourne

There are no formal qualifications required for this course. However a Certificate IV in a Business speciality is preferable.

Business Consultant, Consultant, Executive Assistant, Program Development, Program Manager

1 year full time

February and July

Dandenong, Bass Coast, Workplace

Account and Relationship Manager, Administrative Officer, Office Manager, Business Management, Business Operator, Frontline Manager, Management, Middle and Senior Management, Small Business Manager or Owner

1 year full time

Feb, April, July, August, September, October, November

Berwick, Dandenong, workplace, off campus

Bushland Crew Leader, Bushland Restoration, Green Corp Supervisor, Landcare Worker, Marine Park Management, Natural Resources Manager, Park Ranger, Planning and Environment Control, Resource Management, Water Industry Occupations

4 years part time / 2 years full time

February, mid Year.

Cranbourne, Mornington Peninsula

Certificate IV in Frontline Management (T) BSB40807

Build and polish management skills and gain a recognised qualification in this practical work-based course. Covers leadership, preparational plans, team effectiveness plus other elective subjects.

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Certificate IV in Project Management (T) BSB41507A

Understand the planning and management of sizeable and complex projects. Gain essential skills including: setting timelines, managing budgets, quality control, communicating with key stakeholders and getting the right people and resources in place to get the job done.

Diploma of Business BSB50207

This qualification is ideal if you have experience across a range of settings and you are seeking to further develop your skills and better your opportunities in business operations, management or consultancy.

Diploma of Business (Fast Track) (T) BSB50207FT

Take your management experience to a more commercial level. This highly regarded course meets both students and Industry needs across the board. Incorporates Leadership, HR and Business management.

There are no formal requirements for this course. However this course is best suited to those with industry experience and formal or informal experience at team leader level.

Diploma of Conservation and Land Management RTD50102

Attain more advanced skills in land conservation and resource management. Focus is on technical and supervisory skills for bushland, natural parks, water catchment and coastal areas.

Applicants must be employed in the industry and have achieved a minimum of Certificate IV in Conservation and Land Management or equivalent. Alternatively Mature Age Entry for those with relevant industry experience will be considered.

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Business and Finance Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Business Management, Business Manager, Business Operator, Business Owner and Operator, Frontline Manager, Management, Middle and Senior Management, Middle Manager, Small Business, Small Business Manager, Small Business Owner

2 years part time / 6 months full time

Full time February, July. Workplace: Ongoing.

Berwick, Workplace

Feb, April, July, August, September, October, November

Berwick, Dandenong, workplace, off campus

Feb, April, July, August, September, October, November

Berwick, Dandenong, workplace, off campus

Feb, April, July, August, September, October, November

Berwick, Dandenong, workplace, off campus

Feb, April, July, August, September, October, November

Berwick, Dandenong, workplace, off campus

Business Management Diploma of Management (T) BSB51107

For people who aspire to middle or senior management or who want to manage their own business more effectively. Gain valuable skills in managing projects, operational and financial plans, continuous improvement and customer service.

Certificate IV in Frontline Management or equivalent is required to undertake this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered with relevant industry experience.

DUAL AWARD Diploma of Business/Diploma of Management (Fast Track) (T) BSB51107FT/BSB50207FT

This dual qualification takes your management experience to a more commercial level. This highly regarded course meets both students and Industry needs across the board. Incorporates Project Management, Leadership, HR and Business management.

There are no formal requirements for this course. However this course is best suited to those with industry experience and formal or informal experience at team leader level.

Account and Relationship Manager, Administrative Officer, Office Manager, Business Management, Business Operator, Frontline Manager, Management, Middle and Senior Management, Small Business Manager or Owner

6 - 9 months part time

DUAL AWARD Diploma of Business/Diploma of Retail Management (Fast Track) (T) BSB50207/SIR50107A

This dual qualification capitalises on your management experience and provides tools and knowledge that is vital for any business that has, or aspires to, a retail presence. This highly regarded course meets both students and Industry needs across the board. Incorporates Project Management, Leadership, HR and Business and retail management .

There are no formal requirements for this course. However this course is best suited to those with industry experience and formal or informal experience at team leader level.

Account and Relationship Manager, Administrative Officer, Office Manager, Business Management, Business Operator, Frontline Manager, Management, Middle and Senior Management, Small Business Manager or Owner, Merchandise Manager, Retail Store Manager or Team Leader, Sales Manager, Visual Merchandiser

6 months part time

DUAL AWARD Diploma of Management/ Diploma of Retail Management (Fast Track) (T) BSB51107/SIR50107

This dual qualification takes your management experience to a more commercial level. This highly regarded course meets both students and Industry needs across the board. Incorporates Project Management, Leadership, HR and Business management.

There are no formal requirements for this course. However this course is best suited to those with industry experience and formal or informal experience at team leader level.

Account and Relationship Manager, Administrative Officer, Office Manager, Business Management, Business Operator, Frontline Manager, Management, Middle and Senior Management, Small Business Manager or Owner

6 - 9 months part time

DUAL AWARD: Diploma of Business/Diploma of Sustainability (Fast Track) (T) BSB50207/22105VIC

Combined with sustainability studies, this business offering takes your management experience to a more commercial level. This highly regarded course meets both students and Industry needs across the board. Incorporates Leadership, HR and Business management and the sustainable work practices that will support your career into the future.

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There are no formal requirements for this course. However this course is best suited to those with industry experience and formal or informal experience at team leader level

www.chisholm.edu.au 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746)

Account and Relationship Manager, Administrative Officer, Office Manager, Business Management, Business Operator, Frontline Manager, Management, Middle and Senior Management, Small Business Manager or Owner, Merchandise Manager, Retail Store Manager or Team Leader, Sales Manager, Visual Merchandiser

1 year part time

T = Traineeship A = Apprenticeship P = Pre-Apprenticeship


Business and Finance Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Business Management DUAL AWARD Diploma of Management/ Diploma of Sustainability (Fast Track) (T) BSB51107FT/22105VIC

Combined with sustainability studies, this course offering takes your management experience to a more commercial level. This highly regarded course meets both students and Industry needs across the board. Incorporates Leadership, HR and Business management and the sustainable work practices that will support your career into the future.

There are no formal requirements for this course. However this course is best suited to those with industry experience and formal or informal experience at team leader level.

Account and Relationship Manager, Administrative officer, Office manager, Business Management, Business Manager, Business Operator, Frontline Manager, Management, Middle and Senior Management, Middle Manager, Small Business, Small Business Manager, Small Business Owner

1 year, part time Feb, April, July, August, September, October, November

Berwick, Dandenong, workplace, off campus

Area Manager, Business Manager, Department Manager, Frontline Manager, Human Resource Manager, Project Leader, Team Leader

1 year part time

February, July and December

Berwick

Managing Major Projects, Project Administrator, Project Coordinator, Project Manager, Project Officer, Project Scheduling, Project Worker

6 months part time

May and July

Cranbourne, Dandenong

Diploma of Management (Fast Track Program) (T) BSB51107FT

Advance your career prospects by developing the essential aspects of management required by all organisations. This Fast Track program offers great flexibility and enables you to complete the diploma in two, 12 week clusters.

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Diploma of Project Management (T) BSB51407A

Understand the essential and more advanced skills to plan, implement and monitor any size project for maximum success.

Preference will be given to those who have a Certificate IV in Project Management. Those with substantial vocational experience without a formal qualification may also be considered.

DUAL AWARD Advanced Diploma of Business/Advanced Diploma of Management (Fast Track) (T) BSB60407FT/BSB 60207FT

With an emphasis on the needs for leaders in today’s commercial world, this dual offering in advanced management and business combines the more generic skills in management with a commercial business offering. This course is designed with a strategic focus that equips you for greater career and business success. The course focuses on two main areas: empowering the organisation through strategic leadership, and managing the organisation through development and change.

There are no formal requirements for this course. However this course is best suited to those with industry experience and formal or informal experience at manager or team leader level

Area Manager, Business Development, Business Manager, Department Manager, Frontline Manager, Marketing Manager, Product Manager, Small Business Owner/ Manager

9 months part time

Feb,July, November

Berwick, Dandenong, off campus, workplace

Area Manager, Department Manager, Regional Manager

Up to 18 months part time / 6 months full time

February and July

Berwick

Advanced Diploma of Management BSB60407

Take responsibility at a senior management level with the skills you learn in this course. Work at your own pace online studying subjects that include organisational leadership, business planning, innovation, finance, diversity and organisational change.

Preference will be given to those who have a Diploma of Management or competency in the majority of units required for the Diploma of Management. Those with substantial vocational experience without a formal qualification may also be considered.

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Business and Finance Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Business Management Advanced Diploma of Business (Fast Track) (T) BSB60207FT

With an emphasis on the needs for leaders in today’s commercial world, this advanced management course is designed with a more strategic focus. It equips you for greater career and business success. The course focuses on two main areas: empowering the organisation through strategic leadership, and managing the organisation through development and change.

There are no formal requirements for this course. However this course is best suited to those with industry experience and formal or informal experience at manager or team leader level.

Area Manager, Business Development, Business Manager, Department Manager, Frontline Manager, Marketing Manager, Product Manager, Small Business Owner/ Manager.

9 months part time

Feb, July, November

Berwick, Dandenong, off campus, workplace

Advanced Diploma of Management (Fast Track) BSB60407

With an emphasis on leadership, this advanced management course is designed to equip you for greater career and business success. The course focuses on two main areas: strategic leadership in the organisation and managing the organisation through development and change.

There are no formal requirements for this course. However this course is best suited for those with industry experience and also experience as a manager or a team leader.

Area Manager, Business 9 months part Development, Business time Manager, Department Manager, Frontline Manager, Marketing Manager, Product Manager, Small Business Owner/Manager

February, June, Berwick, July, November Dandenong

Portfolio Manager, Project Manager, Project Administrator

Up to 18 months part time

March and July

Cranbourne, Dandenong

Account Manager, Area Manager, Business Manager, Contract Manager, Department Manager, Distribution Manager, Frontline Manager, Human Resource Manager; Middle Manager, Senior Manager, Middle and Senior Management, Office Manager, Operations Manager, Planning Manager, Product Manager, Program Manager, Project Administrator, Project Coordinator, Project Leader, Project Officer, Project scheduling, Project Worker, Purchasing Manager, Quality Manager, Recruitment Manager, Regional Manager, Research Manager, Retail Department Manager, Retail Frontline Manager, Retail Store Manager, Sales Manager, Small Business Manager, Small Business Owner/Manager, Team Leader

1 year part time

February, July and November

Cranbourne

Advanced Diploma of Project Management BSB60707

Understand the essential and more advanced skills to plan, implement and monitor significant projects for maximum success. Be able to manage strategic intent and current value of project portfolios.

A Diploma of Project Management or equivalent is required for this course. Applicants who do not possess formal qualifications must have extensive industry experience in Project Management.

Graduate Certificate in Management 21867VIC

Arm yourself with a recognised higher level management qualification to support your experience; go on to greater management responsibility. Be encouraged to apply ideas and knowledge to your work while you learn or specialise in project management, executive administration, marketing and International Business.

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Applicants must have achieved a minimum of a Diploma of Management or equivalent. Alternatively Mature Age Entry for those with relevant industry experience will be considered.

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Business and Finance Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Business Management Graduate Certificate in Management (Executive Administration) 21867VICEA

This specialisation within our highly successful Graduate Certificate program incorporates managing up, leading and managing change, people management. This higher level management qualification supports your experience leading you on to greater management responsibility.

There are no formal requirements for this course. However applicants must have achieved a minimum of a diploma level in management or equivalent through experience. Your relevant Industry experience will be highly regarded.

Account Manager, Business Manager, Contract Manager, Department Manager, Distribution Manager, Frontline Manager, Human Resource Manager; Middle and Senior Management, Office Manager, Operations Manager, Project Administrator, Project Coordinator, Project Leader/Officer/Scheduler/ Worker, Officer, Purchasing Manager, Quality Manager, Recruitment Manager, Regional Manager, Research Manager, Retail Department Manager/ Frontline Manager/ Store Manager, Sales Manager, Small Business Owner/Manager, Team Leader

9 months part time

February, July, November

Cranbourne. Dandenong, some off campus available

1 year part time

February, July and November

Cranbourne

9 months part time

Feb, July, November

Cranbourne, Dandenong, some off campus available

Graduate Certificate in Management (Project Management) 21867VICPR

Gain a broad range of skills and knowledge in project management. Designed for the middle manager aspiring to higher levels of management responsibility.

Applicants must have achieved a minimum of a Diploma of Management or equivalent. Alternatively Mature Age Entry for those with relevant industry experience will be considered.

Account Manager, Advertising Manager, Area Manager, Client Manager, Department Manager, Finance Manager, Frontline Manager, Human Resource Middle Manager, Human Resource Senior Manager, Human Resources Administration Manager, Human Resources Manager, Marketing Manager, Middle Manager, Office Manager, Product Manager, Project Leader, Special Educator, Team Leader

Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Management 21952VIC

With this high level action based learning forum, attain broader and more complex skills in Human Resources Management Areas such as Managing the Learning & development function, change management within the HR context, employee relations strategy are all covered by Industry professionals, currently working in their field of expertise.

There are no formal requirements for this course. However applicants must have achieved a minimum of a diploma level in management, HR or equivalent through experience. Your relevant Industry experience will be highly regarded.

Account Manager, Area Manager, Business Manager, Contract Manager, Department Manager, Distribution Manager, Frontline Manager, Human Resource Manager; Middle and Senior Management, Office Manager, Operations Manager, Planning Manager, Product Manager, Project Administrator/ Coordinator, Project Leader/Officer/Scheduler/ Worker, Officer, Purchasing Manager, Quality Manager, Recruitment Manager, Regional Manager, Research Manager, Retail Department Manager/ Frontline Manager/Store Manager, Sales Manager, Small Business Owner/Manager, Team Leader

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Business and Finance Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

1 year part time

March and July

Berwick, Cranbourne

1 year full time, including 2 x 1 week residentials plus online

Ongoing enrolments

Bass Coast (Phillip Island)

Business Management Graduate Certificate in Management (Electrotechnology Engineering) 21867VICE

Gain a management level qualification in Electrotechnology Engineering on your way to an MBA! Enhance your management skills in disciplines such as Strategic business planning, Compliance, Risk management, Innovative thinking and human resource practices.

Applicants must have achieved a minimum of a Diploma of Management or equivalent. Alternatively Mature Age Entry for those with relevant industry experience will be considered.

Business Manager, Contract Manager, Customer Contact Manager, Customer Service Manager, Department Manager, Frontline Management, Frontline Manager, Human Resource Manager, Industry Managers, Inventory Manager, Management, Middle and Senior Management, Operations Manager, Production Manager, Project Manager, Quality Manager, Small Business Manager, Strategic Planner

Vocational Graduate Certificate in Ecotourism Management 22117VICW

Visitor demand for Australia’s nature-based tourism is booming. Enhance your existing ecotourism and business management skills with this unique new higher qualification and take advantage of a growing market. Course is a combination of online study, field work and research. It features two residential study components at Phillip Island Nature Parks.

Suitable for people currently working in ecotourism, conservation, sustainability, zoo, tourism, hospitality or other tourist attractions. Minimum 5 years Industry experience or diploma or above qualification in relevant industry.

Conservation Officer, Ecotourism Operations Manager, Marine Park Wildlife Officer, Supervisor in Resort or Hotel Management, Sustainability Manager, Tourism Officer at Local Council, Tourism Operator and Guide, Wildlife Sanctuary Manager, Zoo Supervisor/Manager

Finance Certificate III in Financial Services (Accounts Clerical) FNS30304

Procure the skills and knowledge for working at an operational level in bookkeeping, clerical and office administration; including BAS, MYOB and preparing financial statements. Note: This course is for our current students completing this qualification.

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Accounts Payable Officer, Accounts Receivable Officer, Bookkeeper, Cashier, Clerical Assistant, Office Administrator, Payroll Officer

1 year part time / 6 months full time

February and July. Flexible Delivery ongoing throughout the year. Mornington Peninsula - Flexible Delivery only.

Bass Coast, Berwick, Cranbourne, Dandenong, Frankston, Mornington Peninsula

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Assistant Accountant, BAS Agent, Bookkeeper, Finance Assistant

1 year part time / 6 months full time

February and July

Berwick, Cranbourne, Dandenong, Frankston, Mornington Peninsula

Certificate IV in Accounting FNS40610

Procure the skills and knowledge for working at an operational level in bookkeeping, clerical and office administration; including BAS, MYOB and preparing financial statements. The Certificate IV is our new entry level accounting course.

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T = Traineeship A = Apprenticeship P = Pre-Apprenticeship


Business and Finance Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Finance Certificate IV in Financial Services (Bookkeeping) or Certificate IV in Financial Services (Accounting) In Alliance with Association of Accounting Technicians in Australia FNS40604

Looking to be a BAS agent? Under current legislation, either of these Certificate IV’s provide the academic component for registration as a BAS agent, once the required on the job experience is completed. Complete in your on time online!

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Assistant Accountant, BAS Agent, Bookkeeper, Finance Assistant

1 year part time

Ongoing throughout the year

Mornington Peninsula, Online

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Accountant Assistant, Bookkeeper, Finance Assistant, Finance Manager, Reconciliation Officer

2 years part time / 1 year full time Flexible Delivery ongoing throughout the year

February and July

Bass Coast, Berwick, Cranbourne, Dandenong, Frankston, Mornington Peninsula

Accountant, Accountant Assistant, Advanced Bookkeeper, Assistant Accountant, Bookkeeper, Bookkeeper - Basic manual systems, Bookkeeper - Manual/ computerised systems, Finance, Finance Assistant, Finance Manager

4 years part time / 2 years full time

February

Dandenong, Mornington Peninsula

Risk Manager

1 year part time

February

Dandenong

Accountant, Bookkeeper, Financial Controller, NIA and AAT Membership, Registered Tax Agent (work criteria must be met)

2 years part time / 1 year full time

February and July

Dandenong

Diploma of Accounting FNS50210

Gain highly practical skills in accounting across a broad range of areas. Enter employment confident of the ability to work at a high level in business finance. Course incorporates Certificate III in Financial Services.

Diploma of Accounting (Deakin At Your Doorstep Program) FNS50204

Gain advanced expertise in accounting! This recently developed course offers graduates highly practical skills and confidence to enter the workforce with an advanced standard of accounting skills suitable for all industries and organisational size. Study the Diploma of Accounting - including the Certificate III in Financial Services (Accounts/Clerical) - while linking up with Deakin University’s Associate Degree of Arts, Business and Sciences.

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Diploma of Financial Risk Management FNS51104

Designed to prepare graduates for employment as a Risk Officer for a small to medium sized enterprise, this course focuses on financial and operational risk management within an enterprise-wide risk management framework.

This course requires students to have completed the Diploma of Accounting or required pre-requisites from the Diploma of Financial Services.

Advanced Diploma of Accounting FNS60210

Earn the qualification to become an Accountant, Financial Controller or Registered Tax Agent. This course also provides credits and recognised pathways to bachelor degree programs.

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

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Business and Finance Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Justice/ Paralegal DUAL AWARD: Diploma of Business Administration / Advanced Diploma of Legal Practice 22053VIC

Secure legal skills to work as a law clerk in a law firm, corporation or government department. Gain the skills and knowledge to effectively manage a variety of administrative functions in a business.

Successful completion of Year 12, relevant experience or mature age entry. Excellent written communication skills. Comprehension skills and the ability to apply analytical skills are also highly desirable.

Administrative/Personal Assistant in PR functions, Administrator, Conveyancing Clerk, Court Administrative Staff, Executive Assistant, Law Clerk, Legal Executive Assistant, Legal Office Administrator, Legal Office Manager, Legal Personal Assistant, Legal Secretary, Office Manager, Para-Legal Professional, Personal Assistant

5 years part time / 2 years full time

February and July

Frankston

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Australian Customs, Client Support Worker, Community Based Corrections, Community Corrections Case Manager, Courts Services, Criminology, Criminology Research Officer/ Analyst, Investigator, Legal Services, Local Government Traffic and Local Laws Officer, Local Government worker, Loss Prevention Officer, Parole Officer, Police and Law Enforcement Agencies, Prison Officer, Registrar of Courts/ Deputy Registrar

4 years part time / 2 years full time

February and July

Cranbourne, Frankston

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered with relevant industry experience. Excellent written communication skills, comprehension skills and analytical skills are also desirable.

Conveyancing Clerk, Court Administrative Staff, Law Clerk, Legal Office Administrator, Legal Secretary, Police Service

5 years part time / 2 years full time

February and July

Frankston

Applicants must at least be 18 years of age. Applicants must also have a photocopy of valid photo identification.

Storeperson, Warehousing Storeperson

4 days

Ongoing throughout the year

Dandenong

2 years part time

Ongoing throughout the year

Dandenong

Advanced Diploma of Justice 21790VIC

As a Justice graduate you open up many possibilities for employment or further study. The justice field is extremely broad and involves administering justice in the community or working as a paralegal professional.

Advanced Diploma of Legal Practice 22053VIC

Develop the skills and knowledge required to work in a legal office - as a law clerk in a law firm, corporation or government department. Work placement is a major component so you get the opportunity to apply your skills in a real life setting.

Logistics Forklift Training TLI20107

Need training in forklift operations? This four-day fast-track course provides you with training in the safe operation of a forklift to national certification standards, including national forklift assessment.

Certificate II in Transport and Logistics (Warehousing and Storage) (T) TLI20107

Extend your basic skills for the transport and distribution industry, or earn a formal qualification for your existing skills.

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There are no formal requirements for this course. Trainees must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

www.chisholm.edu.au 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746)

Storeperson, Warehousing Storeperson

T = Traineeship A = Apprenticeship P = Pre-Apprenticeship


Business and Finance Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Logistics Certificate III in Transport and Distribution (Warehousing and Storage) (T) TLI30107

Use this Traineeship to attain advanced skills in the transport and distribution industry; includes team leader and organising competencies.

There are no formal requirements for this course. Applicants however must be over 15 year of age and have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

Warehouse Administrator, Warehouse Supervisor

2 years part time

Ongoing throughout the year

Workplace

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Customer Service Manager, Frontline Management, Inventory Manager, Logistics Coordinator, Logistics Manager, Logistics Supervisor, Purchasing and Procurement

2 years part time / 1 year full time

February and ongoing

Dandenong

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Customer Service Officer, Field Worker, Marketing Assistant, Merchandising or Sales Representative

6 months full time / 18 months part time

February

Berwick, Frankston

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience. Certificate IV in Marketing.

Business Marketing, Marketing, Marketing Assistant, Marketing Consultant, Marketing Officer

1 year part time / 6 months full time

February and July

Berwick, Frankston

Diploma of Logistics TLI50107

Master the complexities of logistics. Get equipped with the skills and knowledge to perform effectively at management level in a warehousing, distribution and logistics environment.

Marketing Certificate IV in Marketing (T) BSB41307

Learn how to plan and deliver effective marketing campaigns to enter or further your career in sales and marketing. Covers research and profiling, implementation of plans and growing customer relationships.

Diploma of Marketing BSB51207A

Acquire advanced marketing skills with specialised knowledge in marketing research, analysis and marketing plan formulation, implementation and management.

DUAL AWARD: Diploma of International Business / Advanced Diploma of Marketing BSB60507

Expand your marketing skills into areas such as research, scoping, strategies and marketing management. Also explore international marketing; this exciting dimension will broaden your views, skills and relevance for employment.

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience. Certificate IV in Marketing.

Account Manager, Business Development, Business Manager, International Marketer, Marketing Consultant, Marketing Manager, Product Manager, Research Manager

2 years full time

February

Berwick, Frankston

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered with relevant industry experience. Excellent written communication skills, comprehension skills and analytical skills are also desirable. Diploma of Marketing.

Business Analyst, Business Consultant, Business Development, Business Management, Business Manager, Business Marketing, Business Marketing, Business Operator, Business Owner and Operator, Marketing, Marketing Assistant, Marketing Consultant, Marketing Manager, Marketing Officer, Product Marketing Manager, Small Business Manager, Small Business Owner

2 years full time

February

Berwick, Frankston

Advanced Diploma of Marketing BSB60507A

Expand your knowledge in the management side of marketing; in particular, areas such as strategic services, international marketing and research in preparation for direct application to the workplace.

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Business and Finance Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Occupational Health and Safety Health, Safety and Environment Lead Auditor CHIS00076

With this qualification you will be able to register with the RABQSA as a provisional auditor in Health, Safety and Environment.

There are no formal requirements for this course. Applicants however must be employed in the industry to be eligible for this course, or have extensive industry experience.

Internal Auditor (HSandE), Lead Auditor (HSandE)

5 days

Ongoing throughout the year

Workplace

Occupational Health and Safety Coordinator, Occupational Health and Safety Officer

10 months part time

February

Cranbourne

Certificate IV in Occupational Occupational Health and Safety Health and Safety or Senior Officer, Manager or equivalent is required to Practitioner undertake this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered with relevant industry experience.

10 months part time

February

Cranbourne

Occupational Health and Safety Manager, Senior OHandS Consultant, OHandS Practitioner

10 months part time

February

Cranbourne

Agents Representative (Real Estate), Property Manager, Assistant Property Manager, Junior Property Manager, Personal Assistant, Real Estate Agent, Real Estate Industry, Receptionist and Corporate Support

8 weeks part time / 8 days full time

Continuous Off Campus

Berwick, Frankston, Mornington Peninsula

Fully Licenced Real Estate Agent, Sales Person, Property Manager, Personal Assistant to Sales Person and or Property Manager, Real Estate Trainee.

5-6 months part time

February 2012, complete mid year. June 2012, complete by November. Off campus / distance education enrolments are taken throughout the year

Cranbourne

Certificate IV in Occupational Health and Safety BSB41407

Is Occupational Health and Safety part of your duties in a small to medium size business? Do you want to take on the role of Occupational Health and Safety Coordinator/ supervisor? If so, this course is designed for you.

There are no formal qualifications required for this course. However applicants require solid numeracy and literacy skills.

Diploma of Occupational Health and Safety BSB51307

Develop the skills to coordinate and manage the OHandS program within an organisation. Plan, carry out and evaluate work practices with safety responsibilities.

Advanced Diploma of Occupational Health and Safety BSB60607

Develop the skills to analyse, design and execute judgement using wide-ranging technical, creative, conceptual or managerial competencies.

Diploma of Occupational Health and Safety or relevant industry experience.

Real Estate Training for Agents Representative Program CPP40307

Looking to work in the real estate profession? Chisholm’s Training for Agents’ Representative program is designed to give participants a broad practical knowledge of the industry and fulfils all necessary licensing requirements. (Covers 3 mandatory units from Certificate IV in Property Services (Real Estate)

Must be 18 years old to work in the industry.

Certificate IV in Property Services (Real Estate) (T) CPP40307

Expand your Real Estate Career. Gain the knowledge and skills to expand your business and make yourself more successful and or employable in the real estate industry. Upon completion individuals will have met the academic requirements to apply for their Real Estate Licence with the Business Licensing authority.

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Must have completed Training for Agents Representatives.

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T = Traineeship A = Apprenticeship P = Pre-Apprenticeship


Business and Finance Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Retail and Service Certificate II in Community Pharmacy SIR20107

Gain the skills to work effectively in a pharmacy.

Basic English and numeracy skills are required

Community Pharmacy Sales Assistant

17 week course 4 days a week

Ongoing Enrolments and Part time Available

Dandenong, Frankston

Basic English and numeracy skills are required

Sales Assistant, Retail Assistant

17 week course 3 days a week

Ongoing Enrolments and Part time Available

Dandenong, Frankston, Bass Coast

Community Pharmacy Assistant

17 Week Course 5 days a week

Ongoing Enrolments and Part time Available

Dandenong, Frankston

Retail Experience or Certificate II in Retail

Customer Contact Operator, Customer Service Officer, Customer Service Supervisor, Telemarketing Representative

1.5 years part time

Ongoing

Workplace

Year 10 level of Maths and English is recommended.

Customer Service Representative, Team Leader, Store Manager, Merchandise Coordinator

17 Week Course 4 days a week

Ongoing Enrolments and Part time Available

Dandenong, Frankston

Contract of Training with an Employer; be able to read and speak English.

Customer Contact Manager, Customer Contact Team Leader, Customer Service Officer

2 years part time

Ongoing

Workplace

There are no formal requirements for this course. However this course is best suited to those with relevant industry experience and formal or informal experience at team leader level.

Merchandise Manager, Retail Store Manager, Retail Team Leader, Sales Manager, Visual Merchandiser.

6 months part time

Ongoing

Berwick, some off campus available

Certificate II in Retail SIR20207

Begin your retail career here! This 10 week course provides all the basic skills you need to fast-track your entry into the world of retailing.

Certificate III in Community Pharmacy SIR30107

Gain the skills to work effectively in a pharmacy. As well as essential retail skills the course covers specialist areas such as assisting in the dispensing and sale of pharmacy and pharmacist-only products. (Note: Flexible Delivery is available for this course.)

Basic English and numeracy skills are required

Certificate III in Customer Contact (T) BSB30207

Develop higher level skills to work in a call centre. Study areas include telephony, call centre computing, customer service, information systems and telemarketing.

Certificate III in Retail SIR30207

Take steps towards retail management. Gain the skills and knowledge to become competent in retail operations and/or supervision with the need to apply discretion and judgement. (Note: Flexible Delivery is available for this course).

Certificate IV in Customer Contact (T) BSB40307

Attain a qualification to work as a team leader in a call centre. The skills and knowledge you learn include customer service strategies, continuous improvement and mentoring and coaching.

Diploma of Retail Management SIR50107

This fast track diploma provides you with a comprehensive understanding and the practical tools involved in the management aspects of any business that has, or aspires to, a retail presence.

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Computers and IT The information technology industry needs more and more skilled IT graduates, so there are increasing career opportunities for skilled, qualified specialists in computer assembly, computer maintenance, e-security, games creation, games development, information services, information technology, multimedia, networking, online, programming, software development, systems engineering, websites and website development. Information technology is an integral part of Chisholm’s programs in design, multimedia, and arts, and Chisholm is an industry-recognised leader in the computing and IT industry – with many internationally-recognised vendor qualifications. Chisholm’s qualifications are nationally accredited pathways leading to further study, as well as into careers directly, including: -- computer sales and repair, programming, software development, database design, operating systems, network administration and management, technical support, web design and development, multimedia, high-tech games development, and e-marketing. For full, detailed outlines of the following courses and pathways, log on to www.chisholm.edu.au or phone 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746).

Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

1 year part time / 6 months full time

Full time February, July. Part time - ongoing throughout the year

Berwick, Dandenong, Frankston

February

Berwick, Dandenong, Frankston

COMPUTER ENGINEERING Certificate II in Computer Assembly and Repair UEE20507

Grasp the skills necessary to be able to select components and assemble computers to customer specifications. Also learn to carry out routine hardware repairs and networking tasks. Integrated in the course are a range of vendor programs such as CISCO (CCNA) and Comp TIA A+.

Year 11 (VCE) or equivalent, or Mature Age Entry with relevant industry experience.

CCNA, Comp TIA A+, Computer Repairs, Computer Assembly, Computer Industry, Computer Installation, Computer Sales, Computer Technician, Network Support Technician

Certificate IV in Computer Systems UEE40107

Understand the selection, installation, networking, commissioning and management of computer systems and networks. Also learn introductory programming, hardware / software development, computer networking and management skills. Integrated in the course are a range of vendor programs such as CISCO (CCNA) and Comp TIA A+.

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Year 11 (VCE) or equivalent, or Mature Age Entry with relevant industry experience.

www.chisholm.edu.au 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746)

Computer Repairs, Computer 2 years part Assembly, Computer time / 1 year full Engineering Assistant, time Computer Industry, Computer Installation, Computer Programmer, Computer Sales Consultant, Computer Sales Engineering, Computer Service Technician, Computer Technician, Help Desk Operator, Help Desk Support, Network Engineering Assistant, Network installation, Network Support, Network Support Technician, Network Technician, PC Support, Service Desk Officer, Systems Support, Technical Assistant, Technical Officer, Technical Support, Technician

T = Traineeship A = Apprenticeship P = Pre-Apprenticeship


Amy Rossiter Library A lifelong passion for books and learning would seem to have destined Amy Rossiter for a career in library and information management. But Amy, now Chisholm Dandenong’s Campus Librarian, didn’t entertain the idea of working in the field until she’d already completed her Degree, a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in History at Monash. “It struck me when I was doing my Honours that I really enjoyed the research more than the work itself,” Amy says. “I like helping people too, so the idea of working in a library just seemed like a natural fit.” After adding a Graduate Diploma in Information Management to her degree and working at the Casey Cardinia Library Corporation, Amy joined Chisholm in 2005. “I did the Cert IV in Training and Assessment in 2007 and now teach for three hours a week plus running the library full time.” It’s a busy schedule but Amy says that the thrill she gets from engaging with students and helping them learn new skills makes it more than worthwhile. “I’m big on asking people how they are and meaning it,” she reflects. “In the library I want to cultivate an environment of collaboration and an area where people can relax. It’s a principle of care that has not only driven Amy’s own professional development but also helped create the relaxed, studious environment that Chisholm students enjoy today.

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Computers and IT Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Customer Support, Help Desk, Network Administrator, Network Technician, PC Support

3 years part time / 1 year full time

February

Berwick, Frankston

Computer Assembly, Computer Engineering Assistant, Computer Industry, Computer Installation, Computer Operator, Computer Programmer, Computer Sales, Computer Sales Consultant, Computer Sales Engineering, Computer Service Technician, Computer Support, Computer Technician, Customer Support, Help Desk, Help Desk Operator, Help Desk Support, Network Administrator, Network Design and Installation, Network Engineering Assistant, Network Support, Network Support Technician, Network Technician, PC Support, Program Development, Service Desk Officer, Software Developer, Systems Support, Technical Assistant, Technical Support, Technician

3 years part time / 1.5 years full time

February and July

Berwick, Dandenong, Frankston

February

Berwick

February

Berwick

COMPUTER ENGINEERING Certificate IV in Information Technology (Networking) ICA40405A

This course has been designed to develop core skills in networking, systems support and operating systems. Students are taught these skills in a practical environment with the use of industry vendor programs, such as CISCO (CCNA)and Red Hat Linux. Embedded into these courses is a virtual enterprise program supported by our industry sponsor – Network Neighbourhood. This program uses the sponsor’s case studies as it simulates the real IT business environment, exposing the students to sort after employability skills.

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Diploma of Computer Systems Engineering UEE50107

Gain advanced skills in the design, installation, networking, commissioning and management of computer systems and networks. Also learn specialist programming, hardware/ software development, computer networking and management skills. Integrated in the course are a range of vendor programs such as CISCO (CCNA) and Comp TIA A+.

Year 11 (VCE) or equivalent, or Mature Age Entry with relevant industry experience. Trainees must have a registered ‘Contract of Training’ with their employer.

Diploma of Information Technology (Systems Administration) ICA50305

Attain a high level of expertise in designing, implementing and managing complex networks including global networks. Integrated in the course are a range of vendor programs such as CISCO and Redhat Linux.

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Help Desk Operator, Network 4 years part Administrator, Network time / 2 years Management, Network Support full time Technician, Network Technician, Systems Administrator, Systems Support, Technical Support Specialist, User Support Technician

DUAL AWARD: Diploma of Information Technology (Systems Administration) / Diploma of Information Technology (Networking) ICA50405A

If you want to be in Network Management, a Network Administrator or maybe a help desk specialist in technical support, then this pathway will take you there. Attain a high level of expertise in designing, implementing and managing complex networks including global networks. Integrated in the course are a range of vendor programs such as CISCO and Redhat Linux.

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Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

www.chisholm.edu.au 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746)

Help Desk Operator, Network 4 years part Administrator, Network time / 2 years Management, Network Support full time Technician, Network Technician, Systems Administrator, Systems Support, Technical Support Specialist, User Support Technician

T = Traineeship A = Apprenticeship P = Pre-Apprenticeship


Computers and IT Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

COMPUTER ENGINEERING Advanced Diploma of Computer Systems Engineering (Networking and Computer Maintenance) UEE60407

Master high-level management of computer systems, networks, internet/ intranet infrastructure, design, programming and maintenance. Gain the knowledge and skills to secure highly regarded industry certifications as integrated in the course are a range of vendor programs such as CISCO (CCNA and part CCNP) and Comp TIA A+.

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Computer Engineering Assistant, Computer Technician, Network Design and Installation, Network Engineering Assistant, Systems Administrator, Technical Assistant, Technical Officer

4 years part time / 2 years full time

Full time February, July. Part time - ongoing throughout the year

Berwick, Dandenong, Frankston

Internal Computer Audit Specialist, IT Security administrator, IT Security Analyst, IT Security Specialist, Network and Systems Manager, Network Engineer, Network Security Analyst, Network Security Specialist, Security Administrator, Security Engineer, Systems Security Analyst, Web Security Administrator

1 year part time / 6 months full time

February, July

Berwick

Clerical Assistant, Data Entry Clerk, Office Administrator, Office Assistant, PC Operator

1 year part time / 6 months full time

February and July

Bass Coast, Cranbourne, Dandenong, Frankston, Mornington Peninsula

Business Equipment Installation Technician, Business Equipment Maintenance Technician, Business Equipment Repair Technician, Customer Service Officer

1 year part time / 6 months full time

February and July

Dandenong

February and July

Frankston

Advanced Diploma of Information Technology (Network Security) ICA60208A

Protecting the IT infrastructure from external threats is now a high priority for every organisation. Graduates of this course master critical skills to identify computer and network security risks, then plan and implement counter measures to keep systems safe.

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Certificate I in Information Technology ICA10105

Learn the basics - including Microsoft Office applications and the internet - to use a computer efficiently, at home or in the workplace.

Year 10 or equivalent and Mature Age Entry is also considered. Interview and numeracy and literacy assessment may be required.

Certificate II in Business Equipment Servicing (T) UEE20207

If you enjoy the challenge of equipment fault finding and mechanical systems, why not formalise your skills by learning how to install, service and maintain business equipment? Gain a job in the maintenance department of leading business equipment companies such as Xerox, Canon, Sharpe of IBM.

Year 11 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience. Trainees must be over 15 and have a Contract of Training with an employer who will sponsor their time at TAFE.

DUAL AWARD: Certificate I in Business / Certificate II in Information Technology ICA20105 / BSB10107

If you are interested in an exciting new way to study, this is the program for you. Working in a simulated Virtual Enterprise environment, participants will have the opportunity to complete two qualifications while applying their skills in real-world globally orientated business operations.

There are no formal qualifications required for this course. However basic IT skills and knowledge are essential.

Graduates will have the skills and knowledge to enter employment in a range of information technology related activities; Administrative Assistant, Computer Technology (growth industry), Data Entry Clerk, Office Administrator, PC Operator, Receptionist

1 year full time

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Certificate II in Information Technology (T) ICA20105

Develop an understanding of a wide range of computer concepts. The focus is on using Microsoft Office in a business environment. Also gain an introduction to multimedia applications.

Year 11 or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience. An interview will be required.

Account and Relationship Manager, Administrative Assistant, Clerk, Data Entry Clerk, Office Administrator, PC Operator

1 year part time / 6 months full time

February and July

Cranbourne, Dandenong, Frankston, Mornington Peninsula

Assistant Games Developers, Assistant Website Coordinator, Digital Assistant Webmaster, Junior Animators, Multimedia Developer, Trainee Multimedia Programmer, Trainee Web Designer

1 year part time / 6 months full time

February and July

Dandenong

Suitable for graduates seeking employment operating under supervision as a technical Multimedia Assistant in the ITandMM industry

1 Year part time / 6 months full time

February and July

Cranbourne, Dandenong, Frankston

3 years part time / 1 year full time

February

Dandenong

Assistant Webmaster, Web Applications Developer, Web Designer, Webmaster/ Assistant Webmaster, Website Coordinator

3 years part time / 1 year full time

March

Cranbourne

Customer Support, Help Desk, Network Administrator, Network Technician, PC Support

3 years part time / 1 year full time

February

Berwick, Frankston

Certificate III in Information Technology (Games Creation) ICA30105GD

Learn how to design and develop basic computer and video games. This course introduces you to games modelling through Adobe Flash, Game Maker 8 and Action Script 3.0.

Year 11 or equivalent is required for this course. An interest in art and firm computer skills however are essential.

Certificate III in Information Technology (Multimedia) ICA30105MM

Acquire the skills - including working with Adobe software - to build, maintain and manage basic business, club or private websites. Includes an introduction to visual design principles and computer applications. Available on campus or online.

Year 11 or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Certificate IV in Information Technology (Games Development) ICA40805GD

Engage in the exciting world of games technology when you grasp skills in Flash programming, Game Maker, video editing and web development; Acquire skills and knowledge in website administration and the installation and management of simple networks.

Year 11 or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Account and Relationship Manager, Assistant Website Coordinator, Digital Assistant Webmaster, Junior Animators, Multimedia Developer, Trainee Multimedia Programmer, Trainee Web Designer

Certificate IV in Information Technology (Websites) ONLINE (T) ICA40505

Study online to suit your lifestyle. Acquire skills and knowledge to work in website design, development and programming. For those who haven’t had the time, this course provides a great opportunity to acquire career enhancing Web Development skills.

Year 11 or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Certificate IV in Information Technology (Networking) ICA40405A

This course has been designed to develop core skills in networking, systems support and operating systems. Students are taught these skills in a practical environment with the use of industry vendor programs, such as CISCO (CCNA)and Red Hat Linux. Embedded into these courses is a virtual enterprise program supported by our industry sponsor – Network Neighbourhood. This program uses the sponsor’s case studies as it simulates the real IT business environment, exposing the students to sort after employability skills.

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Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

www.chisholm.edu.au 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746)

T = Traineeship A = Apprenticeship P = Pre-Apprenticeship


Computers and IT Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Certificate IV in Information Technology (Programming) ICA40505

Acquire programming skills for games software development, the web and business applications. This course focuses on UML and Object-Oriented programming - used by industry.

Year 11 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Applications Developer, Applications Programmer, Computer Sales Consultant, Help Desk Support, Programmer, Trainee Programmer, Trainee Web developer

3 years part time / 1 year full time

February and July

Dandenong

3 years part time / 1 year full time

February

Cranbourne

3 years part time / 1 year full time

February

Berwick, Frankston

3 years part time / 1 year full time

February

Frankston

6 months full time

February and July

Dandenong

DUAL AWARD: Certificate IV in Information Technology (Websites) / Certificate IV in Information Technology (Multimedia) ICA40805

If digital is your passion, in this Dual Award course gain a breadth of skills and knowledge to start and pursue a career in website/ multimedia design and development.

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Assistant Webmaster, Multimedia Author, Multimedia Developer, Multimedia Programmer, Web Applications Developer, Web Designer, Webmaster/ Assistant Webmaster, Website Coordinator

DUAL AWARD: Certificate IV in Information Technology (Websites) / Certificate IV in Marketing (Digital Marketing) BSB41307A

Engage in the exciting possibilities of the world wide web and marketing. As well as gaining skills in website design, development and programming, learn about online and offline social marketing concepts and techniques.

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Customer Service Officer, Field worker, Marketing Assistant, Merchandising or Sales Representative, Social Media Marketing Assistant, Web Designer, Webmaster/ Assistant Webmaster, Website Coordinator

DUAL AWARD: Certificate IV in Information Technology (Websites) / Certificate IV in Information Technology (Networking) ICA40405

Attain skills and knowledge to work in website design, development and programming, Additionally develop core skills in networking and systems support. Segments of CISCO training are integrated in the course.

Year 11 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Assistant Webmaster, Help Desk, Internet Administrator, Intranet Administrator, Network Administrator, Network Technician, Webmaster/ Assistant Webmaster, Website Administrator

Diploma of Information Technology (Software Development) ICA50705

Discover and apply skills in software design, development and programming for commercial applications. The course focuses on games, simulation, web and database.

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience. It is preferable that applicants possess a Certificate IV in Information Technology (Programming) or equivalent.

Analyst Programmer Database Specialist, Database Administrator, Database Designer, Database Developer, Program Development, Programmer, Software Developer

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Computers and IT Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Computer Assembly, Computer Engineering Assistant, Computer Industry, Computer Installation, Computer Operator, Computer Programmer, Computer Sales, Computer Sales Consultant, Computer Sales Engineering, Computer Service Technician, Computer Support, Computer Technician, Customer Support, Help Desk, Help Desk Operator, Help Desk Support, Network Administrator, Network Design and Installation, Network Engineering Assistant, Network Support, Network Support Technician, Network Technician, PC Support, Program Development, Service Desk Officer, Software Developer, Systems Support, Technical Assistant, Technical Support, Technician

3 years part time / 1.5 years full time

February and July

Berwick, Dandenong, Frankston

6 years part time / 2 years full time

Full time: February. Part time: February and July

Frankston

6 years part time / 2 years full time

February

Cranbourne

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Diploma of Computer Systems Engineering UEE50107

Gain advanced skills in the design, installation, networking, commissioning and management of computer systems and networks. Also learn specialist programming, hardware/ software development, computer networking and management skills. Integrated in the course are a range of vendor programs such as CISCO (CCNA) and Comp TIA A+.

Year 11 (VCE) or equivalent, or Mature Age Entry with relevant industry experience. Trainees must have a registered ‘Contract of Training’ with their employer.

DUAL AWARD: Diploma of Information Technology (Networking) / Diploma of Information Technology (Website Development) ICA50605

Attain a high level of expertise in networking skills, website administration and management - with a focus on website performance and database integration. Elements of CISCO are part of the learning.

Year 12 (VCE) or Mature Age Entry with relevant industry experience. Certificate IV in IT.

Assistant Webmaster, Help Desk Operator, Internet Administrator, Network Administrator, Network Management, Network Support Technician, Systems Administrator, Systems Support, Technical Support Specialist, User Support Technician, Web Applications Developer, Web Designer, Web Manager, Web Security Administrator, Webmaster/ Assistant Webmaster, Website Administrator, Website Coordinator, Website Coordinator, Website Developer, Website Development, Website Officer

DUAL AWARD: Diploma of Information Technology (Website Development) / Diploma of Information Technology (Multimedia) ICA50905

As a graduate with this Dual Award you’ll be equipped with versatile skills in website design, development and programming; plus video production, database integration, e-business, internet technologies and more.

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Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience. Certificate IV in IT.

www.chisholm.edu.au 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746)

Assistant Webmaster, Concept Designer, Training Product Designer, Web Applications Developer, Web Designer, Webmaster/ Assistant Webmaster

T = Traineeship A = Apprenticeship P = Pre-Apprenticeship


Computers and IT Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

4 years part time / 2 years full time

January and February

Dandenong

February

Dandenong

February

Berwick

February and July

Berwick

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DUAL AWARD: Diploma of Information Technology (Software Development) / Advanced Diploma of Information Technology ICA60105 / ICA50705

Gain advanced expertise, skills and knowledge in software design, programming, computer, database, games and commercial website applications while acquiring high level ICT process improvement and business skills.

Certificate IV in Information Technology (Programming) or equivalent is preferred in order to undertake this course. Year 12 (VCE) or Mature Age Entry is also considered with relevant industry experience.

Business Analyst, Database Application Developer, Designer, Games Developer, Software Applications Consultant, Software Applications Specialist, Software Developer, Tester

DUAL AWARD: Diploma of Information Technology (Software Development) / Advanced Diploma of Information Technology (Deakin At Your Doorstep Program) ICA60105

Gain advanced expertise, skills and knowledge in software design, programming, computer, database, games and commercial website applications while acquiring high level ICT process improvement and business skills. Study the Diploma of Information Technology (Software Development) / Advanced Diploma of Information Technology while linking up with Deakin University’s Associate Degree of Arts, Business and Sciences (Technology Studies).

Certificate IV in Information Technology (Programming) or equivalent is preferred in order to undertake this course. Year 12 (VCE) or Mature Age Entry is also considered with relevant industry experience.

Business Analyst, Database Application Developer, Designer, Games Developer, Software Applications Consultant, Software Applications Specialist, Software Developer, Tester

4 years part time / 2 years full time

DUAL AWARD: Diploma of Information Technology (Systems Administration) / Diploma of Information Technology (Networking) ICA50405A

If you want to be in Network Management, a Network Administrator or maybe a help desk specialist in technical support, then this pathway will take you there. Attain a high level of expertise in designing, implementing and managing complex networks including global networks. Integrated in the course are a range of vendor programs such as CISCO and Redhat Linux.

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Help Desk Operator, Network 4 years part Administrator, Network time / 2 years Management, Network Support full time Technician, Network Technician, Systems Administrator, Systems Support, Technical Support Specialist, User Support Technician

Advanced Diploma of Information Technology (Network Security) ICA60208A

Protecting the IT infrastructure from external threats is now a high priority for every organisation. Graduates of this course master critical skills to identify computer and network security risks, then plan and implement counter measures to keep systems safe.

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Internal Computer Audit Specialist, IT Security administrator, IT Security analyst, IT Security Specialist, Network and Systems Manager, Network Engineer, Network Security Analyst, Network Security Specialist, Security Administrator, Security Engineer, Systems Security Analyst, Web Security Administrator

1 year part time / 6 months full time

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Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

LIBRARY/INFORMATION SERVICES Certificate IV in Library / Information Services (T) CUL40104

Looking to start your career as a library technician or library assistant? This nationally recognised course provides the clerical, communication, computer and technical skills you need to work in a library or information services team.

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Library Assistant, Library Technician

3 years part time / 1 year full time

February

Cranbourne, Frankston

Library Assistant, Library Technician

4 years part time / up to 2 years full time

February

Cranbourne, Frankston

Diploma in Library/ Information Services (T) CUL50104

Develop advanced skills and knowledge to be a public library technician, corporate library technician or school librarian (with IT focus). Study includes how to lead work teams and train small groups of people.

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Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

www.chisholm.edu.au 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746)

T = Traineeship A = Apprenticeship P = Pre-Apprenticeship


Engineering and Automotive Always expanding, the broad fields of engineering and manufacturing include all the sciences that turn ideas into reality. Opportunities for skilled graduates continue to grow. Potential careers can range from production line operation, machining, welding, toolmaking and assistance to mechanical and polymer technician services, manufacturing supervision, drafting and design. Chisholm students enjoy sought-after training – quality methods, in ultra-modern facilities. Students benefit from high profile industry exposure, including winning industry competitions and overseas fact finding tours. Chisholm’s partnerships with industry leaders produce opportunities to work on real world projects using leading edge technology and equipment. Chisholm qualifications are nationally accredited pathways leading to further study, as well as into careers directly, including: -- automotive, electronics, energy, engineering, fabrication, manufacturing, marine, mechanics, mechatronics, plastics industries, polymer industries, robotics, laboratory work, and science.

For full, detailed outlines of the following courses and pathways, log on to www.chisholm.edu.au or phone 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746).

Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

AUTOMOTIVE VCAL Automotive (Intermediate or Senior) (P) VCALINTAC

Complete a full automotive preapprenticeship in vehicle maintenance as part of a VCAL Intermediate or VCAL Senior. This hands-on course is a great way to find out about automotive careers.

Year 10 preferred for VCAL Intermediate (Year 11) and Year 11 for VCAL Senior (Year 12). Prospective students will attend an evaluation and interview.

Automotive Engineer, Automotive Service/Sales, Motor Mechanic

1 year full time

February

Dandenong

6 months full time

January and July

Dandenong

5 weeks

Ongoing throughout the year

Dandenong

Certificate II in Automotive Studies (Pre-vocational) (P) 22015VIC

Understand essential skills and knowledge in Auto body - Panel Beating/Spray Painting as a thorough grounding for employment in the Vehicle Body repair industry.

Applicants should have completed Year 10 or equivalent prior to this course.

Leads to an Apprenticeship in chosen vocational area. Panel Beater/ Spray Painter - Trade Assistant

Certificate II in Automotive Mechanical (Air Conditioning) AUR20705

Gain specialist skills in automotive air conditioning. Suitable for people entering the industry, or people with existing skills wanting to gain a formal qualification leading to National Air Conditioning Licence accreditation.

Applicants are required to be currently working in the Automotive Industry. Experience with handling refrigerant gases is necessary.

Air-conditioning Mechanic

Certificate II in Automotive (Mechanical - Vehicle Servicing) (P) (T) (Agricultural Mechanic) (A) AUR20505

Learn skills in motor vehicle servicing in this traineeship course. Suitable for people entering the industry, people with existing skills wanting to gain a formal qualification or pre-apprentices seeking a formal apprenticeship.

Completion of Year 10 with good literacy and numeracy skills. Pre-apprenticeship preferred, Contract of Training with Employer required for Trainees.

Automobile dismantling, Leads to Apprenticeship as motor mechanic, Motor Vehicle Servicing, Spare parts

6 months part time

Ongoing throughout the year

Dandenong, Frankston

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Engineering and Automotive Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

AUTOMOTIVE Certificate III in Automotive Mechanical Technology (A) AUR30405

Acquire motor mechanical skills in specialist streams in this apprenticeship course. Streams are: Light Vehicle, Agricultural, Heavy Road Transport and Heavy Mobile/ Plant Equipment.

There are no formal requirements for entry into this course other than to have entered into a ‘Contract of Training’ with your employer and be employed as an apprentice.

Motor Mechanic – Agricultural Equipment, Heavy Road Transport, Heavy Mobile Plant Equipment, Automotive Tradesperson.

3 years part time as an apprentice

Ongoing throughout the year

Frankston for all streams and Dandenong for Light Stream only

Certificate III in Automotive Mechanical Technology (Heavy Mobile / Plant Equipment) (A) (T) AUR30405B

Acquire motor mechanical skills in the specialist Heavy Mobile / Plant Equipment stream of this apprenticeship course.

There are no formal requirements for this course. Those undertaking an Apprenticeship must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

Apprentice, Automotive Tradesperson, Heavy Vehicle Mechanic, Motor Mechanic (Heavy Mobile Plant)

3 years part time

February and July

Frankston

Ongoing throughout year

Frankston

Certificate III in Automotive Mechanical Technology (Heavy Road Transport) (A) AUR30405C

Acquire motor mechanical skills in the specialist Heavy Road Transport stream of this apprenticeship course.

There are no formal requirements for this course. Those undertaking an Apprenticeship must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

Automotive Tradesperson, Leads to an automotive apprenticeship, Motor Mechanic (Heavy Road Transport)

3 years part time

Certificate III in Automotive Mechanical Technology (Mechanical - Light Vehicle) (A) AUR30405A

Acquire motor mechanical skills in the specialist Light Vehicle stream of this apprenticeship course.

There are no formal requirements for entry into this course other than to have entered into a ‘Contract of Training’ with your employer and be employed as an apprentice.

Automotive Tradesperson, Motor Mechanic (Light Vehicle)

3 years part time

Ongoing throughout the year

Dandenong, Frankston

Diesel Fitter, Diesel Fuel Specialist, Forklift Truck, Mechanic - Transmissions

3 years part time

Ongoing throughout the year

Dandenong, Frankston

3 years part time

Ongoing throughout the year

Frankston

3 years part time

Ongoing throughout the year

Dandenong

Certificate III in Automotive Specialist AUR30605A

Rev up your motor mechanical skills in this fully accredited apprenticeship course delivered across four specialist streams: Automatic Transmission, Diesel Fitter, Diesel Fuel and Auto Forklift Mechanic.

There are no formal requirements for this course. Those undertaking an Apprenticeship must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

Certificate III in Automotive Specialist (Auto Forklift Mechanic) (A) AUR30605

Accelerate your motor mechanical skills as an Auto Forklift Mechanic in this fully accredited apprenticeship course.

There are no formal requirements for entry into this course other than to have entered into a ‘Contract of Training’ with your employer and be employed as an apprentice.

Motor Mechanic (Auto Forklift)

Certificate III in Automotive Specialist (Automatic Transmission) (A) AUR30605D

Enhance your motor mechanical skills as an Automatic transmission serviceperson and repairer in this fully accredited apprenticeship course.

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Attendance at an interview. Automatic Transmission Applicants for the apprentice Specialist program must have a current “Contract of Training”.

www.chisholm.edu.au 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746)

T = Traineeship A = Apprenticeship P = Pre-Apprenticeship


Engineering and Automotive Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

AUTOMOTIVE Certificate III in Automotive Specialist (Diesel Fuel) (A) (T) AUR30605C

Gain enhanced automotive skills as a Diesel Fuel Specialist - including electrical, mechanical, hydraulics and fuel system components - in this fully accredited apprenticeship course.

There are no formal requirements for this course. Trainees must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

Motor Mechanic (Heavy Stream - Diesel)

3 years part time

Ongoing throughout year

Frankston

3 years part time

Ongoing throughout the year

Frankston

3 years part time

Ongoing through year

Dandenong

Automotive Tradesperson, Panel Beater

3 years part time

Ongoing through year

Dandenong

Certificate III in Automotive in any discipline or equivalent qualifications.

Engine Test Cell Operator, Mechanical Service Representative, Motor Mechanic, Panel Beater, Service Manager, Technical Salesperson, Vehicle Spray Painter

3 years part time / 1 year full time

February and July

Dandenong, Frankston

Mature Age or completion of Year 10 with good literacy and numeracy skills.

Leads to an Apprenticeship in chosen vocational area

6 months full time

Ongoing

Frankston

There are no formal requirements for this course. Those undertaking an Apprenticeship must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

Marine Mechanic

3 years part time

Ongoing throughout the year

Frankston, Workplace

Certificate III in Automotive Specialist (Diesel Fitter) (A) AUR30605B

Gain automotive mechanic skills as a specialist diesel fitter in this fully accredited apprenticeship course.

There are no formal requirements for this course. Trainees must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

Motor Mechanic (Heavy Stream - Diesel)

Certificate III in Automotive (Vehicle Body - Vehicle Paint) (A) AUR30805A

Gain skills and knowledge in automotive body repair. This is an apprenticeship course with streams in Panel Beating and Vehicle Paint.

There are no formal requirements for this course. Trainees must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

Vehicle Spray Painter

Certificate III in Automotive (Vehicle Body - Panel Beating) (A) AUR30805B

Gain skills and knowledge in automotive body repair. This is an apprenticeship course with streams in Panel Beating and Vehicle Paint.

There are no formal requirements for this course. Trainees must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

Certificate IV in Automotive Technology AUR40205

Progress your automotive career with advanced training encompassing function, construction, operation and testing. This course is focused on developing high level diagnostic ability.

MARINE MECHANICS Certificate II in Marine (P) AUR20605

Where there are water and boats, there are jobs! In this pre-apprenticeship, learn entry level servicing and maintenance of marine systems and equipment.

Certificate III in Marine (A) AUR30505

In this apprenticeship course procure comprehensive skills for the Marine industry; covering servicing, diagnostics and repair of systems and equipment.

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Engineering and Automotive Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Electronics Certificate II in Antennae Equipment (T) UEE21207

Gain job specific, practical broad-based skills for opportunities in the television antenna installation or television signal source installation fields. Be job ready for the digital age!

There are no formal academic requirements; however basic written and oral communication skills are required.

Antenna Systems Designer, Antenna Systems Installer

1 year part time

July

Berwick, Dandenong

Certificate II in Business Equipment Servicing (T) UEE20207

If you enjoy the challenge of equipment fault finding and mechanical systems, why not formalise your skills by learning how to install, service and maintain business equipment? Gain a job in the maintenance department of leading business equipment companies such as Xerox, Canon, Sharpe of IBM.

Year 11 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience. Trainees must be over 15 and have a Contract of Training with an employer who will sponsor their time at TAFE.

Business Equipment Installation 1 year part time Technician, Business / 6 months full Equipment Maintenance time Technician, Business Equipment Repair Technician, Customer Service Officer

February and July

Dandenong

Year 11 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Electronics Maintenance and Design

1 year part time / 6 months full time

February and July

Berwick, Dandenong, Frankston

Electrical Fitter, Electrical Linesperson, Electrician, Instrument Making and Repairing, Leads to an Apprenticeship in the Electrical Field, Line Worker, Meter Mechanic, Refrigeration Mechanic

4 months full time

January, May and August

Dandenong, Frankston

Electrical Trades, Leads to an apprenticeship in the Electrotechnology industry

15 weeks full time

February

Berwick TEC

Design, Installation and Maintenance of Renewable Energy Systems., Work on Renewable Energy Systems

6 months full time

February and July

Berwick

Electrical Mechanic (Electrician)

3 years part time

Ongoing throughout the year

Dandenong, Frankston, Mornington Peninsula

Certificate II in Electronics UEE21907

Understand electronic circuits, prototyping circuits, testing, computer aided design and more. Graduates are in high demand in the electronics and security electronics industries.

Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start) (P) UEE22010

Learn industry relevant skills in Electrotechnology to enter all sectors of the field, including domestic and commercial electrical work. Complete this pre-vocational course and qualify for an electrical apprenticeship.

Year 10 or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Pre-vocational) (P) 21887VICBT

Learn industry relevant skills in Electrotechnology to enter all sectors of the field, including domestic and commercial electrical work. Go on to an apprenticeship.

By the commencement date of the course you must be between 16 and 19 years old and preferably have completed Year 10

Certificate II in Renewable Energy UEE21510

Renewable energy is the future! Enter this exciting sector when you discover the principles required for the diagnosis, installation and maintenance of renewable energy systems.

Year 11 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician (A) UEE30807

Acquire the skills to work on and maintain all types of electrical installations; including commercial, residential and industrial wiring applications. You will also study telecommunications cabling in this comprehensive apprenticeship course.

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Applicants must be over 15 and, if undertaking an apprenticeship have a Contract of Training with an employer who will sponsor their time at TAFE.

www.chisholm.edu.au 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746)

T = Traineeship A = Apprenticeship P = Pre-Apprenticeship


Stuart Hall Electronics As a child Stuart Hall was more interested in taking apart toy cars and trucks than in playing with them. Naturally inquisitive, he found he had an ability to tinker with switches, circuits and wires and understand how they worked together. This passion for electronics stayed with him through his teenage years and ultimately made his choice of career simple. Now 20, Stuart is in the third year of a traineeship, studying an Advanced Diploma of Electronics and Communications Engineering at Chisholm Dandenong while working for electricity distributor SP AusNet Victoria’s Transmission network. “I’m in class at Chisholm two days a week and three days a week at SP AusNet,” Stuart says. “It’s busy but I love it. The work at SP AusNet is really interesting and challenging and they pay me a wage and support my education!” Being able to have real, on the job experience and fine-tune his skills at Chisholm is a perfect combination for Stuart. It’s an arrangement that is only feasible due to the high standard of facilities at Chisholm. “The Centre for Integrated Engineering and Science at Dandenong is brilliant,” Stuart says. “The equipment is very up to date and complements the broad range of equipment that I use at work.” “I really want to go far in this industry and by studying at Chisholm I think I’ve got the best possible start.”

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Engineering and Automotive Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Electronics Maintenance and Design, Electronics Technician

2 years part time / 1 year full time

February and July

Berwick, Dandenong, Frankston

Appropriate for experienced electricians with relevant industry experience and qualifications such as ACMA Restricted Registration and/ or ACMA Open Registration.

Telecommunications Broadband Equipment Installer

1 year part time

February

Dandenong, Frankston

Certificate III in Electrotechnology

Advanced Skills Electrician

1 year part time study

February and July

Berwick, Dandenong, Frankston

5 years part time / 2 years full time

Full time enrolments commence February and July

Berwick, Dandenong, Frankston

Business Manager, Contract Manager, Customer Contact Manager, Customer Service Manager, Department Manager, Frontline Management, Frontline Manager, Human Resource Manager, Industry Managers, Inventory Manager, Management, Middle and Senior Management, Operations Manager, Production Manager, Project Manager, Quality Manager, Small Business Manager, Strategic Planner

1 year part time

March and July.

Berwick, Cranbourne

Skilled Labourer, Skilled Labourer/Leading Hand

10 weeks full time

February

Cranbourne

Electronics Certificate III in Electronics and Communications (A) (T) UEE30910

Become an Electronics Technician and work on a wide variety of electronic equipment. Learn to how to repair video and television systems, audio systems, alarm systems and control systems.

Applicants must be over 15 and, if undertaking an apprenticeship have a Contract of Training with an employer who will sponsor their time at TAFE.

Certificate III in Telecommunications Cabling ICT30310

For telecommunications technicians seeking to work on the National Broadband Network (NBN) rollout, Chisholm’s newly developed Certificate III in Telecommunications will provide all the skills you need.

Certificate IV in Electrical 21767VIC

Increase your skills in electrotechnology to include motor control systems, PLCs (Programmable Logic Controllers) and SCADA (Supervisory, Control and Data Acquisition) systems

Advanced Diploma of Electronics and Communications Engineering UEE60210

Master a range of high level skills focused on the design of electronic circuits, prototyping, testing, computer aided design, installing and commissioning electronic systems and project management in the electronics field. Once you complete this course you will qualify for an excellent salary at the Technical Officer and Engineering Assistant level.

Year 11 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Electronics, Engineering Assistant, Technical Officer

Graduate Certificate in Management (Electrotechnology Engineering) 21867VICE

Gain a management level qualification in Electrotechnology Engineering on your way to an MBA! Enhance your management skills in disciplines such as Strategic business planning, Compliance, Risk management, Innovative thinking and Human Resource Practices.

Applicants must have achieved a minimum of a Diploma of Management or equivalent. Alternatively Mature Age Entry for those with relevant industry experience will be considered.

Engineering Certificate II in Civil Construction RII20709

If you enjoy physical work, this could be the course for you: Gain skills and knowledge in civil construction techniques and take advantage of substantial employment opportunities available in freeway construction and many other infrastructure projects in South Eastern Victoria.

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Year 10 level of Maths and English is recommended.

www.chisholm.edu.au 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746)

T = Traineeship A = Apprenticeship P = Pre-Apprenticeship


Engineering and Automotive Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Engineering Certificate II in Competitive Manufacturing (A) MSA21108

Looking to be more competitive in the manufacturing workplace? Gain introductory skills and knowledge in best industry practices such as lean manufacturing, 5S strategies and problem solving techniques.

There are no formal requirements for applicants undertaking full time study. Those undertaking an Apprenticeship must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

Manufacturing Industry Operative, Operator’s Assistant

1 year full time

January

Dandenong

No formal requirements. Applicants must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

Fabrication Apprenticeship, Production Operator

1 year part time

Ongoing throughout the year

Dandenong, Frankston

Engineering Apprenticeship, Production Operator

2 years part time

Ongoing throughout the year

Dandenong, Frankston

Boilermaker, Engineering Assistant, Factory Hands, Machinists, Operators, Sheet Metal Tradesperson, Storeperson, Welder

6 months part time

Ongoing throughout the year

Dandenong, Frankston

Electronics Maintenance and Design, Electronics Technician

2 years part time / 1 year full time

February and July

Berwick, Dandenong, Frankston

Engineer, Engineering Apprenticeship, Sheet Metal Tradesperson, Structural Steel Tradesperson, Welder

3 years part time

Ongoing throughout the year

Dandenong, Frankston

Fitter, Machinist, Toolmaker

3 years part time

Ongoing throughout the year

Dandenong, Frankston

Certificate II in Engineering (T) MEM20105

This Traineeship equips you with basic skills in engineering processes. Also enhance your communication skills and understand safe working practices.

Certificate II in Engineering (Production Technology) (T) MEM20205

As a production worker with existing industry experience, gain a formal qualification. Also enhance your communication skills and understand safe working practices.

No formal requirements. Applicants must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

Certificate II in Engineering Studies (P) 22019VIC

In this pre-apprenticeship course, get prepared to enter a career in the engineering, manufacturing or related industries.

There are no formal requirements for this course. However this course is meant for students who are currently undertaking Year 10, 11 or 12.

Certificate III in Electronics and Communications (A) (T) UEE30910

Become an Electronics Technician and work on a wide variety of electronic equipment. Learn to how to repair video and television systems, audio systems, alarm systems and control systems.

Applicants must be over 15 and, if undertaking an apprenticeship have a Contract of Training with an employer who will sponsor their time at TAFE.

Certificate III in Engineering (Fabrication Trade) (A) MEM30305

Equips you with broad based metal and engineering fabrication skills; enables a trade classification of Engineering Tradesperson Level 1 following completion of your apprenticeship.

There are no formal requirements for this course. Those undertaking an Apprenticeship must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

Certificate III in Engineering (Mechanical Trade) (A) MEM30205

Understand a wide range of engineering concepts and processes. Specialist areas include Toolmaking/Computer Numerical Control (CNC), Maintenance and Mechatronics.

There are no formal requirements for this course. Those undertaking an Apprenticeship must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

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Engineering and Automotive Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Engineering Certificate III in Engineering (Production Systems) (T) MEM30105

As a Trainee or production worker with existing industry experience, gain a formal qualification. Understand using a computer in the production process and quality concepts.

There are no formal requirements for this course. Applicants however must be employed in the industry to be eligible for this course, or have extensive industry experience.

Engineering Fabrication, Engineering Production, Manufacturing Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Process Engineering, Production Engineering, Production Operator

3 years part time

Ongoing throughout the year

Dandenong

There are no formal requirements for this course. Applicants however must be employed in the industry to be eligible for this course, or have extensive industry experience.

CNC Programmer, Maintenance, Mechanical Tradesperson, Toolmaker

2 years part time

Ongoing throughout the year

Dandenong, Frankston

Certified Welder, Production Planner, Weld Supervisor, Welding Inspector

1 year part time

Ongoing throughout the year

Dandenong, Frankston

Drafting Assistant, Engineering Assistant, Engineering Technician, Technical Assistant

2 years part time / 1 year full time

Ongoing throughout the year

Dandenong, Frankston

4 years part time / 2 years full time

Ongoing throughout the year

Dandenong, Frankston

Designer, Drafting Assistant, Engineering Assistant, Engineering Technician, Production Planner, Technical Assistant

4 years part time / 2 years full time

Ongoing throughout the year

Dandenong, Frankston

Commissioning Technician, Diagnostic Technician, Production Technician, Sales Engineer

4 years part time / 2 years full time

January and ongoing.

Dandenong

Certificate IV in Engineering MEM40105

Advance your career in engineering. Learn specialist skills when you choose from streams such as Mechatronics, CNC Programming and Fluid Power.

Certificate IV in Engineering (Fabrication and Welding) MEM40105

Grasp more advanced welding skills in this post-trade qualification for positions of greater responsibility in welding supervision and welding inspection.

There are no formal requirements for this course. Applicants however must be employed in the industry to be eligible for this course, or have extensive industry experience.

Diploma of Engineering Technology 21621VIC

Benefit from high-level engineering technician training in various streams, including computer numerical control (CNC), computer aided drafting (CAD) and welding supervision

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology (Advanced Manufacturing) 21622VIC

Go further in your engineering career. Develop practical and theoretical skills and knowledge for application in a modern metal manufacturing industry operation. Specialise in machine tool operation, computer numerical controlled (CNC) programming, computer aided drafting (CAD), metrology and production planning.

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Designer, Drafting Assistant, Engineering Assistant, Engineering Technician, Production Planner, Technical Assistant

Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology (Mechanical Design) 21622VIC

Go further in your engineering career. Grow skills in the manufacture, design, maintenance, modification and installation of mechanical equipment and systems. CAD is an important part of the course.

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology (Robotics and Mechatronics) 21622VIC

Acquire the skills to take you to your engineering future! Learn to design, engineer and maintain automated manufacturing equipment, robotics and related control and communication systems.

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Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

www.chisholm.edu.au 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746)

T = Traineeship A = Apprenticeship P = Pre-Apprenticeship


Engineering and Automotive Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Engineering Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Mechanical and Manufacturing) Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Mechatronics) BET001-VI4217 This program has an emphasis on industry focused experiential and project/problem based learning. Graduates have the opportunity to undertake post-graduate study including an Engineers Australia accredited conversion master degree program to enable them to become a professional engineer.

Year 12 (VCE) or mature age entry with relevant industry experience. Applicants will be required to attend an interview.

Technical Supervisor, Production Manager, Systems Engineer, Maintenance Engineer, Project Engineer, Technical Team Leader, Commissioning Engineer, Plant Engineer.

3 years full time / 6 years part time

August 2011 and March 2012

Dandenong

Management, Operator, Salesperson, Technician, Trade Technician

18 months to 3 years part time

Ongoing throughout the year.

Workplace

Assistant Operator, Leading Hand, Operator, Senior Operator

3 years part time / 1 year full time

Ongoing throughout the year

Dandenong

Manufacturing Operations Manager.

3 years part time

Ongoing throughout the year

Workplace

Field Assistants, Plant Operator, Production Operator, Production personnel, Sample couriers, Samplers and testers

1 year part time / 6 months full time

February

Dandenong, Frankston

2 years part time

February

Frankston

Manufacturing Certificate III in Polymer Processing (T) PMB30107

Gain skills and knowledge in the plastics industry in this workplace traineeship.

There are no formal requirements for this course. Trainees must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

Certificate III in Process Manufacturing (T) MSA30107

This Traineeship is for you if you operate across more than one category within the plastics, rubber and cable making industry or divide your time between ‘specialised processes’.

There are no formal requirements for this course. Applicants however must be employed in the industry and have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

Certificate IV in Competitive Manufacturing (T) MSA41108

Become more competitive in the manufacturing workplace. Discover best industry practices – lean manufacturing, 5S strategies and problem solving techniques at a supervisory level.

No formal requirements. Applicants must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

Science Certificate II in Sampling and Measurement MSL20109

Become skilled to perform sampling and measurement as part of production or field operations in the construction, manufacturing, resources and environmental industry sectors.

Year 11 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Certificate III in Laboratory Skills (also offered for VET in Schools) MSL30109

Are you a VCE student looking for an edge? Combining VCE studies with a Certificate III in Laboratory Skills will enhance your school-based learning with applied skills through Chisholm’s laboratory and simulated workplace learning facilities.

Applicants must be enrolled in VET in VCE through their school. It is preferable that applicants are undertaking Chemistry and/or Biology in their current studies.

Laboratory Assistant, Laboratory Technical Officer

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Engineering and Automotive Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Science Certificate III in Science 21857VIC

Gain foundation science skills and knowledge to set you on the pathway to a career in fields such as laboratory sciences, health sciences and computing technology.

There are no formal requirements for this course. This course is open for Mature Age students who are at least 18 years of age.

Entry Level Laboratory Assistant

1 year part time / 6 months full time

February and July

Frankston

Chemical Scientist Assistant, Laboratory Assistant, Laboratory Worker, Quarantine Inspector’s Assistant

2 years part time / 1 year full time

February and July

Frankston

Year 11 (VCE) or equivalent, or Mature Age Entry with relevant industry experience.

Laboratory Assistant, Technical Assistant, Technician

2 years part time / 1 year full time

February and July

Frankston

There are no formal requirements for this course. This course is open for Mature Age students who are at least 18 years of age.

Laboratory Assistant

2 years part time / 1 year full time

February

Frankston

4 years part time / 2 years full time

February and July

Frankston

Certificate IV in Laboratory Techniques MSL40109

Acquire broad-based skills in all aspects of laboratory operations including: safety, equipment, analytical instrumentation, computing, chemistry and biological techniques.

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Certificate IV in Manufacturing Technology MSA40108

Gain a wide range of valuable skills to become a technician who assists in making improvements to industry manufacturing practices. Safety, computing, chemistry and quality assurance are just some of the study units.

Certificate IV in Science 21858VIC

Open up your options with industries where science skills count. With this qualification you prepare for a career in, for example, laboratory sciences, health sciences or computing technology.

Diploma of Laboratory Technology (Specialising in Biological and Chemical Testing, Environment Monitoring) MSL50109

Acquire skills to work in a paraprofessional role in a science laboratory within industry fields such as chemical, medical, pathology, mining, biological and environmental.

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Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience. Applicants should have also completed VCE Units 3 and 4 in English and Mathematics.

www.chisholm.edu.au 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746)

Laboratory Assistant, Laboratory Technical Officer, Laboratory Technician, Laboratory Worker, Quarantine Inspector’s Assistant, Technical Assistant, Technical Officer

T = Traineeship A = Apprenticeship P = Pre-Apprenticeship


Kate Dixon Science Kate Dixon says the idea of working in a laboratory always appealed to her. She found biology and chemistry interesting at high school, and wanted to continue her studies to learn more. “I did work experience in a pathology lab when I was in Year 10 and I knew it was something I would love to do as a career,” she says. Kate’s passion for science took her straight from school into a science degree at one of Melbourne’s leading universities. But the timing – and the fit – wasn’t quite right. “I studied science there for about two years, but I never really felt comfortable,” Kate says. “I wanted to learn the hands on skills that I would use in a laboratory, but there was a lot of theory and other subjects.” Now happily immersed in the second year of a Diploma of Laboratory Technology at Chisholm, the 22-year old reflects on her journey and the qualities that make her current studying experience more satisfying than her previous one. “This course is very practical and delivers skills that are relevant to working in a laboratory,” she says, “We do get theory but you get to work through it in a practical setting and find out how it works, and why it is relevant. “It all goes towards making us the most employable graduates we can be,” she says.

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Environment and Sustainability Growing drive for positive action for the environment is increasing constantly, producing rapid expansion in the fast-growing industries of water, environmental management, and conservation and land management. Potential career opportunities for skilled graduates continue to grow in environmental science, natural resources management, park ranging, wildlife management and biodiversity management. Chisholm students enjoy unique field work and practical experience with local conservation, networking with their chosen industries and honing the skills needed to thrive in these changing sectors. Students enjoy superior learning environments including working wetlands, controlled environment farming and advanced water training facilities – and industry exposure, participating in events such as garden shows, renewable energy field days, and environment competitions. Chisholm qualifications are nationally accredited pathways leading to further study, as well as into careers directly, including: -- amenity horticulture, production horticulture, parks and gardens, conservation and land management, landscaping, irrigation, water industry operations, renewable energy, sustainability, tourism and ecotourism. For full, detailed outlines of the following courses and pathways, log on to www.chisholm.edu.au or phone 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746).

Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

1 year part time / 6 months full time

February and July (Bass Coast February).

Cranbourne

1 year part time / 6 months full time

February and July

Cranbourne

1 year part time / 6 months full time

February and July

Cranbourne, Mornington Peninsula

2 years part time

February

Cranbourne, Mornington Peninsula

Conservation and Land Management Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management RTD20102

Gain basic skills in conservation and land management with an emphasis on natural and modified area restoration. Hands-on, industry based course with guided work placement.

There are no formal academic Bushland Restoration, requirements; however Coastcare Worker, Landcare basic written and oral Worker communication skills are required.

Certificate II in Horticulture (Landscape) RTF20403

Work with the land. This course equips you with basic skills to enter the industry; includes introduction to landscape construction, plant selection, weed control and using tools and machinery.

There are no formal academic Apprentice Horticulturist, requirements; however Apprentice Landscape basic written and oral Gardener communication skills are required.

Certificate II in Horticulture (Parks and Gardens) (T) RTF20703

Love working outdoors? Learn entry level skills to keep parks and gardens looking their best; includes maintenance, plant selection, weed control and machinery use. Also available as a traineeship.

Applicants should have completed a Certificate II in Horticulture (and specialty) prior to this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Apprenticeship in Parks and Gardens, Nursery or Turf, Garden Maintenance, Park Maintenance

Certificate III in Conservation and Land Management (T) RTD30102

Understand how to manage our natural resources; attain skills in conservation and land management, with an emphasis on natural and modified area restoration. Hands-on, industry based course.

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There are no formal requirements for applicants undertaking full time study. Those undertaking an Apprenticeship must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

www.chisholm.edu.au 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746)

Park Ranger, Parks Assistant

T = Traineeship A = Apprenticeship P = Pre-Apprenticeship


Environment and Sustainability Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Conservation and Land Management Certificate IV in Conservation and Land Management RTD40102

Acquire skills in conservation and land management with an emphasis on environmental issues, biodiversity, habitat restoration, community facilitation, project management and aquatic ecosystems.

Applicants should have completed at least a Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management or equivalent prior to this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Bushland Crew Leader, Green Corp Supervisor, Landcare Worker

2 years part time / 1 year full time

February and July

Cranbourne, Mornington Peninsula

Consultants, Designer or Installer Renewable Energy Installations, Designers, Installers, Manager Renewable Energy, Renewable Energy Advisor, Renewable Energy Consultant, Renewable Energy Sales, Researchers

18 months part time / 1 year full time

Course commences February and July

Berwick

Bushland Crew Leader, Bushland Restoration, Green Corp Supervisor, Landcare Worker, Marine Park Management, Natural Resources Manager, Park Ranger, Planning and Environment Control, Resource Management, Water Industry Occupations

4 years part time / 2 years full time

February, Mid Year

Cranbourne, Mornington Peninsula

4 years part time / 2 years full time

February, Mid year

Mornington Peninsula

1 year full time including two week residentials plus online

Ongoing enrolments

Bass Coast (Phillip Island)

Certificate IV in Renewable Energy UEE41610

In the rapidly growing field of renewable energy, graduates of this course will be well positioned to take up exciting and sustainable employment opportunities. The qualification provides training for solar industry accreditation and is recognised by the Clean Energy Council.

Year 11 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Diploma of Conservation and Land Management RTD50102

Attain more advanced skills in land conservation and resource management. Focus is on technical and supervisory skills for bushland, natural parks, water catchment and coastal areas.

Applicants must be employed in the industry and have achieved a minimum of Certificate IV in Conservation and Land Management or equivalent. Alternatively Mature Age Entry or those with relevant industry experience will be considered.

Diploma of Conservation and Land Management (Deakin At Your Doorstep Program) RTD50102

Attain more advanced skills in land conservation and resource management. Focus is on technical and supervisory skills for bushland, natural parks, water catchment and coastal areas. Study the Diploma of Conservation and Land Management - while linking up with Deakin University’s Associate Degree of Arts, Business and Sciences (Science Studies).

Applicants must be employed in the industry and have achieved a minimum of Certificate IV in Conservation and Land Management or equivalent. Alternatively Mature Age Entry or those with relevant industry experience will be considered.

Bushland Crew Leader, Bushland Restoration, Green Corp Supervisor, Landcare Worker, Marine Park Management, Natural Resources Manager, Park Ranger, Planning and Environment Control, Water Industry Occupations

Vocational Graduate Certificate in Ecotourism Management 22117VICW

Visitor demand for Australia’s nature-based tourism is booming. Enhance your existing ecotourism and business management skills with this unique new higher qualification and take advantage of a growing market. Note: Course is a combination of online study, field work and research. It features two residential study components at Phillip Island Nature Parks

Suitable for people currently working in ecotourism, conservation, sustainability, zoo, tourism, hospitality or other tourist attractions. Minimum 5 years Industry Experience or Diploma or above qualification in relevant industry.

Conservation Officer, Ecotourism Operations Manager, Marine Park Wildlife Officer, Supervisor in Resort or Hotel Management, Sustainability Manager, Tourism Officer at Local Council, Tourism Operator and Guide, Wildlife Sanctuary Manager, Zoo Supervisor/Manager

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Environment and Sustainability Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Horticulture/ Landscaping AG VET Chemical Users Course RTE31603A

Do you work in agriculture and horticulture as an owner/operator, subcontractor or employee and use chemicals as defined under the Agriculture and Veterinary Chemicals Act 1992? This 3 day course, specially designed to meet industry needs, provides the knowledge and skills you need to safely use these chemicals.

There are no formal academic Herbicide Applicator, Production requirements; however Horticulture, Spray Operator basic written and oral communication skills are required.

3 days

Ongoing throughout year

Cranbourne, Mornington Peninsula

There are no formal requirements for this course. However this course is best suited for those with industry experience.

Irrigation Consultant, Irrigation installer

5 months part time

February, July

Cranbourne

Year 10 preferred for VCAL Intermediate (Year 11) and Year 11 for VCAL Senior (Year 12). Prospective students will attend an evaluation and interview.

Amenity Horticulture, Landscape Construction, Landscape Gardener, Leads to an Apprenticeship in Horticulture industry, Production Horticulture

1 year full time

February

Berwick TEC

There are no formal requirements for this course, however basic written and oral communication skills are required.

Horticultural assistant in the Parks, Nursery, Production, Turf and Landscape sectors.

6 months full time, 12 months parttime

February and July

Mornington Peninsula, Cranbourne

Green Keeper, Horticulturist

1 year part time

February and July

Mornington Peninsula

1 year part time / 6 months full time

February and July

Cranbourne

1 year part time / 6 months full time

February and July

Cranbourne

Irrigation Installers Course CHIS00374

Take advantage of the increasing need for expertise in the irrigation sector. The Irrigation Installers Course has been developed by Chisholm Institute to cover this skill shortage.

VCAL Landscaping (Intermediate or Senior) (P) VCALINTHA

Love the outdoors? Take a first step into the varied career opportunities open to you in horticulture and landscaping when you complete a full landscaping preapprenticeship as part of VCAL Intermediate or Senior.

Certificate II in Horticulture RTF20103

Practical entry level course appropriate for a person who is likely to be involved in a general range of horticultural tasks and working under some supervision. This course offers broad practical hands-on training covering a wide range of sectors with a structured work placement program that allows students to access specific career opportunities.

Certificate II in Horticulture (Turf) (T) RTF20803

With recent climate changes, having skills and knowledge to maintain turf for gardens, golf courses and other grassed areas is ever more important. This Traineeship course prepares you to make a start in the industry.

There are no formal requirements for this course. Trainees must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

Certificate II in Horticulture (Landscape) RTF20403

Work with the land. This course equips you with basic skills to enter the industry; includes introduction to landscape construction, plant selection, weed control and using tools and machinery.

There are no formal academic Apprentice Horticulturist, requirements; however Apprentice Landscape basic written and oral Gardener communication skills are required.

Certificate II in Production Horticulture (T) RTE20603

Harvest your skills, grow your career in production horticulture. Training focuses on the production of vegetables and crops. There’s a balance of workplace experience, theory and practical activity.

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There are no formal academic Amenity Horticulture, Production requirements; however Horticulture, Vegetable Grower, basic written and oral Viticulturalist communication skills are required.

www.chisholm.edu.au 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746)

T = Traineeship A = Apprenticeship P = Pre-Apprenticeship


Environment and Sustainability Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Horticulture/ Landscaping Certificate III in Horticulture RTF30103 Appropriate for a person who wants to become a skilled horticultural worker expected to take responsibility for some of their own work results, working either independently or as part of a team. This course offers broad practical hands-on training covering a wide range of sectors with a structured work placement program that allows students to access specific career opportunities.

There are no formal requirements for this course, however basic written and oral communication skills are required.

Horticulturist in the Parks, Nursery, Production, Turf and Landscape sectors

12 months full time, part time available

February and July

Mornington Peninsula, Cranbourne

Gardener, Horticulturist

3 years part time

February. This course is offered one day per week over three years (during a four year apprenticeship)

Cranbourne, Mornington Peninsula

Horticulturist, Market Gardener, Viticulturalist

3 years part time

Ongoing throughout the year

Cranbourne

Horticulturist, Landscape Gardener, Landscape Gardener / Builder

3 years part time

February and July

Cranbourne

Green Keeper, Horticulturist

4 years part time

February, July

Mornington Peninsula

Horticulturist, Nursery Worker, To work as a tradesperson in the horticulture industry

3 years part time

February and July

Cranbourne

Certificate III in Horticulture (Parks and Gardens) (A) RTF30703

Learn skills in the preparation, planting and maintenance of landscaped areas for leisure, recreation and conservation. Subjects include soils, chemicals and irrigation systems.

There are no formal requirements for entry into this course other than to have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with your employer.

Certificate III in Production Horticulture (A) RTE31603

Reap skills in the growing, harvesting and marketing of fruit, vegetables olives and grapes. You’ll study field grown crops as well as controlled environment crops e.g. hydroponics.

No formal requirements. Applicants must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

Certificate III in Horticulture (Landscape) (A) RTF30403

In this apprenticeship course, secure skills in the construction and maintenance of outdoor landscapes. Be able to work with paving, stone, timber, plants and water features.

There are no formal requirements for this course. Those undertaking an Apprenticeship must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

Certificate III in Horticulture (Turf) (A) RTF30803

Quality turf is enjoyed by all. Gain knowledge and skills in the establishment, management and renovation of grassed areas for sports and recreation.

There are no formal requirements for entry into this course other than to have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with your employer.

Certificate III in Horticulture (Wholesale Nursery) (A) RTF30603

Understand soils, propagation and plants including pest control. Become skilled in the growing, selling and/or hire of plants and related products.

There are no formal requirements for entry into this course other than to have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with your employer.

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Environment and Sustainability Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Horticulture/ Landscaping Certificate IV in Horticulture RTF40103

Looking to gain the skills and knowledge necessary for employment in the horticulture industry? This course offers broad practical hands-on training covering a wide range of horticultural industries with a structured work experience program that allows students to assess specific career paths.

Applicants should have completed a Certificate II in Horticulture (and specialty) prior to this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Gardener, Horticulture Supervisor, Horticulturist, Landscape Gardener, Nursery Worker, Vineyard Worker

2 years part time / 1 year full time

February

Cranbourne

Applicants must have achieved a minimum of a Certificate III in Horticulture (any specialty) or equivalent. Alternatively Mature Age Entry for those with relevant industry experience will be considered.

Horticulture Business Owner, Horticulture Manager, Horticulture Supervisor

2 years part time

February, July and Ongoing

Cranbourne, Mornington Peninsula

Applicants must have achieved a minimum of a Certificate III in Horticulture (any specialty) or equivalent. Alternatively Mature Age Entry for those with relevant industry experience will be considered.

Landscape Business Owner, Landscape Manager, Landscape Supervisor

2 years part time

February and July

Cranbourne

Applicants must have achieved a minimum of a Certificate II in Horticulture (any specialty) or equivalent. Alternatively Mature Age Entry for those with relevant industry experience will be considered.

Golf Course Superintendent, Green Keeper, Sports Ground Manager

3 years part time

February

Mornington Peninsula

Climate Control System Technician, Crop Harvesting Manager, Crop Production Manager, Integrated Pest Management Technician, Production Unit Manager

4 years part time / 2 years full time

February and July

Cranbourne

6 months full time

February and July

Berwick

Diploma of Horticulture RTF50103

Working in horticulture and want to go further? Expand on your existing skills and knowledge; be able to make technical and managerial assessments to improve existing and proposed horticultural businesses.

Diploma of Horticulture Landscape RTF50403

Develop more advanced technical and practical skills together with the business skills needed for the landscaping industry. Go on to work as an independent operator or at management level within a landscaping firm.

Diploma of Horticulture (Turf) RTF50803

Gain advanced skills to manage a turf enterprise. You’ll cover technical aspects like plant biology, weed management, soils, irrigation and pest control, right through to business/ financial management.

Diploma of Production Horticulture RTE50303

The controlled environment horticulture industry - incorporating hydroponics - is growing fast. In this course, master technical and business skills to go further in this expanding industry.

Applicants must have achieved a minimum of a Certificate III in Horticulture (any specialty) or equivalent. Alternatively Mature Age Entry for those with relevant industry experience will be considered.

Renewable Energy and Sustainability Certificate II in Renewable Energy UEE21507

Renewable energy is the future! Enter this exciting sector when you discover the principles required for the diagnosis, installation and maintenance of renewable energy systems.

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Year 11 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

www.chisholm.edu.au 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746)

Design, installation and maintenance of renewable energy systems. Work on renewable energy systems

T = Traineeship A = Apprenticeship P = Pre-Apprenticeship


Environment and Sustainability Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Renewable Energy and Sustainability Certificate II in Water Industry Operations (T) NWP20107

Water operations are vital - now and in the future. This traineeship will equip you for work in most areas of the water industry including catchment areas, dams and water treatment and distribution.

No formal requirements. Applicants must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

Draining, Sewerage, Water Distribution, Water Maintenance Worker

1 year full time

May

Dandenong

Bushland Crew Leader, Green Corp Supervisor, Landcare Worker

2 years part time / 1 year full time

February and July

Cranbourne, Mornington Peninsula

Consultants, Designer or Installer Renewable Energy Installations, Designers, Installers, Manager Renewable Energy, Renewable Energy Advisor, Renewable Energy Consultant, Renewable Energy Sales, Researchers

18 months part time / 1 year full time

Course commences February and July

Berwick

Bushland Crew Leader, Bushland Restoration, Green Corp Supervisor, Landcare Worker, Marine Park Management, Natural Resources Manager, Park Ranger, Planning and Environment Control, Resource Management, Water Industry Occupations

4 years part time / 2 years full time

February, Mid Year

Cranbourne, Mornington Peninsula

5 years part time / 2 years full time

Full time enrolments commence February and July

Berwick

1 year full time including two week residentials plus online

Ongoing enrolments

Bass Coast (Phillip Island)

Certificate IV in Conservation and Land Management RTD40102

Acquire skills in conservation and land management with an emphasis on environmental issues, biodiversity, habitat restoration, community facilitation, project management and aquatic ecosystems.

Applicants should have completed at least a Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management or equivalent prior to this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Certificate IV in Renewable Energy UEE41610

In the rapidly growing field of renewable energy, graduates of this course will be well positioned to take up exciting and sustainable employment opportunities. The qualification provides training for solar industry accreditation and is recognised by the Clean Energy Council.

Year 11 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Diploma of Conservation and Land Management RTD50102

Attain more advanced skills in land conservation and resource management. Focus is on technical and supervisory skills for bushland, natural parks, water catchment and coastal areas.

Applicants must be employed in the industry and have achieved a minimum of Certificate IV in Conservation and Land Management or equivalent. Alternatively Mature Age Entry for those with relevant industry experience will be considered.

Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology - Renewable Energy UEE62010

Develop advanced skills in analysis, diagnosis, design, installation, commissioning and maintenance of a broad range of renewable energy systems. Extend your knowledge to include registration as a Renewable Energy Systems Designer

Applicants should have completed a Certificate II in Renewable Energy or equivalent prior to this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Renewable Energy Advisor, Renewable Energy Consultant, Renewable energy manager, Renewable Energy Sales

Vocational Graduate Certificate in Ecotourism Management 22117VICW

Visitor demand for Australia’s nature-based tourism is booming. Enhance your existing ecotourism and business management skills with this unique new higher qualification and take advantage of a growing market. Note: Course is a combination of online study, field work and research. It features two residential study components at Phillip Island Nature Parks

Suitable for people currently working in ecotourism, conservation, sustainability, zoo, tourism, hospitality or other tourist attractions. Minimum 5 years Industry Experience or Diploma or above qualification in relevant industry.

Conservation Officer, Ecotourism Operations Manager, Marine Park Wildlife Officer, Supervisor in resort or hotel management, Sustainability Manager, Tourism Officer at Local Council, Tourism Operator and Guide, Wildlife Sanctuary Manager, Zoo Supervisor/Manager

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Health and Community There are many career opportunities servicing the health and well-being of individuals in the community. From children to the aged. From preventative disciplines like exercise, fitness, sport and recreation – to caring fields like nursing, hospital and facility work, arts therapy, aged care and home care, alcohol and other drugs,– to support industries like community health, children’s services, youth and community services, disability services, mental health, massage and wellbeing. Chisholm partners with industries, organisations and professional bodies, and has programs recognised by peak bodies, industry, and employers. Students enjoy specialised training facilities, and helpful introductions to their chosen industries, through industry connections and work placement. Chisholm qualifications are nationally accredited pathways into further study, as well as into careers directly, including – aged care, community service provision, exercise, fitness, health services, hospital work, leisure, massage, nursing, recreation, sport, therapy and allied health work. For full, detailed outlines of the following courses and pathways, log on to www.chisholm.edu.au or phone 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746).

Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

AGED CARE DUAL AWARD: Certificate III in Aged Care / Certificate III in Home and Community Care CHC30308/CHC30208

Become a multi-skilled provider of Aged Care and Home and Community Care support. This dual award program will allow you to work as a personal care worker in hostels and supported residential services in addition to client homes and other community settings.

There are no formal academic requirements; however basic written and oral communication skills are required.

Community Personal Care Worker, Personal Care Worker for local councils and home care agencies., Personal Care Worker in residential aged care facilities.

1 year part time / 6 months full time. Mornington Peninsula 10 months Part time

Full time: February and July; Part time: February only. Mornington Peninsula: March

Berwick, Bass Coast, Cranbourne, Dandenong, Frankston, Mornington Peninsula

There are no formal academic requirements; however basic written and oral communication skills are required.

Personal Care Worker in residential aged care facilities.

1 year part time / 6 months full time

February and July

Bass Coast, Berwick, Dandenong, Frankston

Certificate III in Aged Care CHC30208

Gain introductory community work skills through a broad range of services that provide support to individuals, families and groups in community or private settings.

Certificate III in Home and Community Care (Traineeship and Industry)(T) CHC30308

In this traineeship course, gain the skills and knowledge to work as a personal carer in home and community care (HACC).

There are no formal academic requirements; however basic written and oral communication skills are required.

Home Care Worker, Personal Care Worker in residential aged care facilities., Personal Carer

1 year part time / 6 months full time

Frankston and Berwick - July

Berwick, Bass Coast, Frankston, Workplace

Modules from the Certificate III in Aged Care.

Adult Day Activity Service, Aged Care, Personal Care Worker in residential aged care facilities, Personal Carer

1 year part time

February

Berwick, Frankston

Certificate IV in Aged Care CHC40108

Acquire skills to carry out activities related to maintaining an individual’s well-being, personal care and other related activities. Also develop skills to provide care to people with complex needs, work at a supervisory or coordinator level within the Aged Care environment.

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www.chisholm.edu.au 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746)

T = Traineeship A = Apprenticeship P = Pre-Apprenticeship


Health and Community Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Alcohol, Other Drugs and Mental Health Certificate IV in Alcohol and Other Drugs CHC40408

Gain highly recognised and broad skills to work in a range of community situations where people may be experiencing drug and alcohol issues.

There are no formal requirements for this course. Applicants however must be employed in the industry to be eligible for this course, or have extensive industry experience.

Alcohol and Drugs Advisor, Alcohol and Drugs Worker, Case Worker, Detoxification Worker, Outreach Worker

2 years part time / 1 year full time

February

Berwick, Frankston, Workplace

There are no formal requirements for this course. Applicants however must be employed in the industry to be eligible for this course, or have extensive industry experience.

Mental Health Worker, Outreach Worker, Support Worker

2 years part time / 1 year full time

February

Berwick, Frankston, Workplace

1 year full time

February

Berwick, Dandenong, Frankston

Alcohol and Other Drugs Worker, Dual Diagnosis Practitioner, Family Support Worker, Mental Health Worker, Psychosocial Rehabilitation Worker, Refugee Liaison Officer, Residential Carer, Social Welfare Worker, Welfare Coordinator, Youth Justice Worker, Youth Support Worker

6 years part time / 3 years full time

March

Berwick

Child Care Centre Assistant, Child Care Worker

1 year full time

February

Berwick TEC

Certificate IV in Mental Health CHC40508

Gain knowledge and skills required to work in a range of community services and community interventions to clients with mental health issues and psychiatric disability.

Diploma of Community Services (Alcohol, Other Drugs and Mental Health) CHC50408

This qualification applies to workers providing services to clients in relation to mental health and alcohol and other drug issues. It includes counselling, referral, advocacy and education/health promotion services. It requires high level specialist knowledge, skills and competencies especially in regard to laws affecting clients, the range of services available to them and health issues related to alcohol and drug use and misuse.

Applicants should have completed a Certificate IV in Alcohol and Other Drugs Work or a Certificate IV in Mental Health Work (non clinical) or equivalent prior to this course. Applicants should also have relevant industry experience.

Alcohol and Drugs Worker, Mental Health Worker, Mental Health Outreach Worker

Bachelor of Community Mental Health, Alcohol and Other Drugs BCH001

Gain specialist knowledge and skills to work across a wide spectrum of community-based mental health, alcohol and other drugs (AOD) treatment services. This qualification will give you options to work alongside clinical specialists or go on to a post-graduate qualification.

There are no formal requirements for this course. This course is ideal for long-term community service workers seeking to validate their industry experience or enhance existing qualifications.

Children’s Services VCAL Children’s Services (Intermediate or Senior) VCALINTI

As part of a VCAL Intermediate or Senior, discover first stage skills to work with more qualified staff to provide education programs and quality care for babies and children. This course includes a full Certificate III in Children’s Services.

Year 10 preferred for VCAL Intermediate (Year 11) and Year 11 for VCAL Senior (Year 12). Prospective students will attend an evaluation and interview.

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Health and Community Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Year 11 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Caring for infants and children up to 12 years, Child Care Centre Assistant, Family Day Care Carer, Kindergarten Assistant, Nanny roles, SchoolAged Care Assistant

Duration

Intake

Campus

Children’s Services Certificate III in Children’s Services CHC30708

Gain a qualification to assist in providing education programs and quality care for young children. You are trained for centrebased, out-of-school care hours, family day care and nanny roles caring for infants and children up to 12 years.

1 year part time / 6 months full time

February and July; Berwick and Frankston

Bass Coast, Berwick, Frankston, Mornington Peninsula

Diploma of Children’s Services (Early Childhood Education and Care) (Deakin At Your Doorstep Program) CHC50908

Gain advanced skills in planning and preparing care and education for infants and children up to 12 years of age. Become qualified to take on a senior position in many children’s services centres while preparing for higher education. Study the Diploma of Children’s Services (Early Childhood Education and Care) - while linking up with Deakin University’s Associate Degree of Arts, Business and Sciences (Education Studies OR Health Studies streams).

Certificate III in Children’s Services or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Before and After School Care, Child Care Centres, Family Day Care through Local Government, Kindergartens, Nanny, Occasional Care Centres, School Holiday Programs

4 years part time / 2 years full time

February, July

Mornington Peninsula

Before and After School Care, Child Care Centres, Family Day Care through Local Government, Kindergartens, Nanny, Occasional Care Centres, School Holiday Programs

3 years part time / 2 years full time

February and July. Bass Coast part time only.

Bass Coast, Berwick, Frankston, Mornington Peninsula

Community Care Worker, Community Services, Community Support Worker

6 months full time

July

Bass Coast

Case Support Worker, Community Capacity Building Worker, Community Health Support Worker, Family Support Worker, Neighbourhood Centre Worker, Residential Support Worker, Volunteer Coordinator, Youth Support Worker

1 year part time

February

Dandenong, Frankston

Diploma of Children’s Services (Early Childhood Education and Care) CHC50908

Gain advanced skills in planning and preparing care and education for infants and children up to 12 years of age. Become qualified to take on a senior position in many children’s services centres while preparing for higher education.

Certificate III in Children’s Services or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Community Services Certificate II in Community Services Work CHC20108

Experience a broad introduction and grasp essential skills for working in the community services field. This is a pathway course into more advanced qualifications in community services.

Have successfully completed Year 10 or equivalent. Good reading, writing and communication skills are required. Interview and numeracy and literacy assessment may be required.

Certificate III in Community Services Work CHC30108

Understand a broad range of community services and how to deliver those services appropriately to support individuals, families and groups in a community setting or client’s home. Note: Course is two days per week plus placement in a community agency.

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There are no formal qualifications required for this course. However a keen interest in the subject and/ or industry experience is preferable.

www.chisholm.edu.au 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746)

T = Traineeship A = Apprenticeship P = Pre-Apprenticeship


Health and Community Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Community Services Certificate IV in Community Services Work CHC40708

Develop your practical skills and knowledge in community services; learn to provide a range of services for clients and implement health promotions and community interventions in workplaces.

Have successfully completed Year 10 or equivalent. Good reading, writing and communication skills are required. Interview and numeracy and literacy assessment may be required.

Child and Family Worker, Community Care Worker, Community Health Support Worker, Community Services, Community Services Coordination

2 years part time / 1 year full time

February

Bass Coast

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Adult Training Services, 2 years part Advocacy Services, Community time / 1 year Services, Disability Worker, full time Home Care Services, Integration Aid, Recreational Services, Residential Support Worker, Respite Services, School Support

February

Berwick, Frankston

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Counsellor (Arts Therapy) in private practice and Community Services, Lifestyle Coordinator, Support Worker in Therapeutic Settings

2 years full time / 3 years part time

February

Frankston

Community Capacity Building Worker, Community Consultation Leader, Community Development Worker, Community Health Worker, Community House Coordinator, Housing Support Worker, Human Rights and Advocacy Worker, Local Council Community Development Worker, Migrant Resource Worker, Project Worker, Research Worker, Social Justice Worker, Women’s Centre and Group Workers, Women’s Refuge Worker

4 years part time / 2 years full time

February

Dandenong, Frankston

Case Manager, Case Worker, Child and Family Worker, Child Protection Worker, Community and Health Care Worker, Community Health Worker, Domestic Violence Outreach Worker, Family Support Worker, Juvenile Justice Officer, Migrant Resource Worker, Social Welfare Worker, Social Welfare Worker, Volunteer Coordinator, Welfare Worker, Women’s Centre and Group Workers, Women’s Refuge Worker, Youth Support Worker, Youth Worker

4 years part time / 2 years part time

February

Dandenong, Frankston

Certificate IV in Disability (T) CHC40308

Acquire nationally recognised skills to work in disability services as a direct care worker or a supervisor responsible for planning and implementing appropriate programs for clients. (Also offered as a Traineeship).

Diploma of Arts Therapy 21941VIC

Attain skills to develop and deliver therapeutic art programs across the community services sector. Builds on counselling skills using the arts and creative inquiry as therapy.

Diploma of Community Development CHC50708

Gain knowledge and skills to work in community development. This is a form of political practice and human service work, embracing social justice and change.

There are no formal qualifications required for this course. However applicants must have relevant work or life experience and an understanding of the industry.

Diploma of Community Services Work CHC50608

Attain the knowledge, skills and values to perform in a social welfare worker role that may involve service delivery through direct client work and/or community education or development projects.

There are no formal qualifications required for this course. However applicants must have relevant work or life experience and an understanding of the industry.

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Health and Community Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Preference will be given to those who have a Diploma of Community Development or similar. Those with substantial vocational experience without a formal qualification may also be considered.

Centre Manager, Community Care Manager, Community Development Manager, Community Education Manager, Community Services Manager, Coordinator (large organisation), Manager (small agency/ service), Program Area Manager, Volunteer Program Manager

18 months part time

New course commencing mid 2012

Frankston, Workplace

Preference will be given to those who have a Certificate IV in Disability or similar. Those with substantial vocational experience without a formal qualification may also be considered.

Case Manager, Disability Development and Support Officer, Disability Worker, House Supervisor, Program Manager, Service Coordinator, Supervisor, Team Leader, Unit Manager

18 months part time

February

Frankston

Community Services Advanced Diploma of Community Sector Management CHC60308

Develop your skills to manage a range of vital functions in the community services sector. Follow an individual learning plan which includes skills recognition and gap training.

Advanced Diploma of Disability CHC60108

Acquire skills to work at an advanced level in the disability sector. Enhance your capability as a team leader, supervisor and manager. Potential to enrol in the Advanced Diploma of Disability and the Advanced Diploma in Community Sector Management.

Health and Community Care Delivery of Units Leading To Endorsement For Enrolled Registered Nurses To Administer Medication Applicants must be an This 210 hour course provides the Registered Endorsed Division 2 nurse. Nurse (Enrolled) with knowledge of the principles of pharmacology, the practice of safely administering oral, topical, subcutaneous and intramuscular medications and monitoring the outcomes of the patient, applying safe nursing practices to work within the scope of medication administration of a Division 2 nurse according to the new legislation. CHIS00312

Enrolled Nurse

13 weeks part time

February and July

Berwick, Frankston

Progression to Chisholm Health streams providing numerous career possibilities in the health field

18 weeks part time

February and August

Frankston

Allied Health Assistant, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Patient Care Assistant, Physiotherapy Assistant

1 year full time

February

Berwick TEC

1 year full time

February

Berwick TEC

Pathways to Health CHIS00272

Not studied for a long period of time? Grab an opportunity to gain new skills in a supportive classroom environment. Whilst achieving this goal you can also obtain credit transfers into other health Streams offered at Chisholm.

There are no formal requirements for this course.

VCAL Allied Health (Intermediate and Senior) VCALINTAH

Move into a career in the health industry by completing a full Certificate III in Allied Health Assistance as part of a VCAL Intermediate or Senior. The opportunity to progress to nursing is also possible.

Year 10 preferred for VCAL Intermediate (Year 11) and Year 11 for VCAL Senior (Year 12). Prospective students will attend an evaluation and interview.

VCAL Health and Community Careers (Intermediate or Senior) VCALSENHS

Unsure of your career path but like the idea of health and community work? Try a number of career options as part of a VCAL Intermediate. Includes a full certificate in community services and other health related areas.

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There are no formal requirements for this course. Applicants however must be employed in the industry and have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

www.chisholm.edu.au 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746)

Allied Health Assistant, Children’s Services, Further study leading to employment opportunities, Nursing

T = Traineeship A = Apprenticeship P = Pre-Apprenticeship


Health and Community Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Health and Community Care Certificate III Health Services Assistance HLT32507

Acquire skills for patient support in health care facilities including hospitals and other supported residential services

There are no formal academic requirements; however, basic written communication skills are required.

Cleaner, Linen management, Meal distribution, Patient transport

6 months part time

February and July

Berwick, Frankston

9 months part time

February and July

Frankston

1 year part time / 6 months full time 10 month part time: Mornington Peninsula

Full time: February and July; Part time: February only March: Mornington Peninsula

Berwick, Cranbourne, Dandenong, Frankston, Mornington Peninsula

Home Care Worker, Personal Care Worker in residential aged care facilities., Personal Carer

1 year part time / 6 months full time

Frankston and Berwick - July

Berwick, Frankston, Workplace

Sterilisation Unit Worker

6 months part time

February and July

Frankston

Allied Health Assistant, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Physiotherapy Assistant, Therapy Assistant

1 year full time

February

Frankston

Personal Care Worker in residential aged care facilities, Personal Carer

1 year part time

Customised to Industry requirements

Berwick, Frankston, Workplace

Certificate III in Health Services Assistance (Operating Theatre Technician) HLT32507

Acquire skills for operating theatre and acute care nursing support in health care facilities including hospitals and the multi-skilling requirements within smaller rural/remote settings.

There are no formal academic requirements; however basic written and oral communication skills are required.

Operating Theatre Technician

DUAL AWARD: Certificate III in Aged Care / Certificate III in Home and Community Care CHC30308 / CHC30208

Become a multi-skilled provider of Aged Care and Home and Community Care support. This dual award program will allow you to work as a personal care worker in hostels and supported residential services in addition to client homes and other community settings.

There are no formal academic requirements; however basic written and oral communication skills are required.

Community Personal Care Worker, Personal Care Worker for local councils and home care agencies., Personal Care Worker in residential aged care facilities.

Certificate III in Home and Community Care (Traineeship and Industry) (T) CHC30308

In this traineeship course, gain the skills and knowledge to work as a personal carer in home and community care (HACC).

There are no formal academic requirements; however basic written and oral communication skills are required.

Certificate III in Sterilisation Services HLT31107

Earn a nationally recognised qualification to work in a sterilising service or department within a private or public hospital.

There are no formal academic requirements; however basic written communication skills are required.

Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance HLT42507

Develop the skills to provide assistance to Allied Health Professionals such as Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists.

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Certificate IV in Home and Community Care CHC40208

Develop skills and knowledge required to work as a personal carer in the home and community care (HACC) settings. Work includes training and support to promote independence and may include duties at a supervisory or coordinator level.

Applicants should have completed a Certificate III in Home and Community Care or equivalent prior to this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

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Health and Community Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Health and Community Care Certificate IV in Leisure and Health CHC40608

Designed to train community workers to work in residential facilities and/or in community agencies and day care centres to provide therapeutic and meaningful diversional therapy programs.

There are no formal academic requirements; however basic written and oral communication skills are required.

Adult Day Care Activities Coordinator, Aged Care, Diversional Therapist

1 Year part time

February

Berwick

There are no formal academic requirements; however basic written and oral communication skills are required.

Pathology Specimen Collector, Supervisor, Team Leader

6 months part time

February and July

Frankston

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered.

Enrolled Nurse

2 years part time / 18 months full time

February full time and part time.

Berwick, Frankston

Alcohol and Other Drugs Worker, Dual Diagnosis Practitioner, Family Support Worker, Mental Health Worker, Psychosocial Rehabilitation Worker, Refugee Liaison Officer, Residential Carer, Social Welfare Worker, Welfare Coordinator, Youth Justice Worker, Youth Support Worker

6 years part time / 3 years full time

March

Berwick

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered.

Massage Therapist, Sports Trainer

1 year full time

February

Frankston

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered.

Massage Therapist, Remedial Massage Therapist, Sports Massage Therapist, Sports Trainer

2 years full time

February

Frankston

2.5 years full time

February

Frankston

Certificate IV in Pathology HLT41807

Develop the skills for work in pathology collection. Includes blood and other specimen collection for routine and specialised testing and personal care at an advanced level.

Diploma of Nursing HLT51607

Acquire the skills, knowledge, understanding and qualification to work as an Enrolled Nurse Australia‑wide in hospitals and community services.

Bachelor of Community Mental Health, Alcohol and Other Drugs BCH001

Gain specialist knowledge and skills to work across a wide spectrum of community-based mental health, alcohol and other drugs (AOD) treatment services. This qualification will give you options to work alongside clinical specialists or go on to a post-graduate qualification.

There are no formal requirements for this course. This course is ideal for long-term community service workers seeking to validate their industry experience or enhance existing qualifications.

Massage Certificate IV in Massage Therapy HLT40307

Learn a wide variety of massage techniques, observational/ assessment, and exerciserelated skills to competently practice myotherapy privately or as part of a multidisciplinary team.

Diploma of Remedial Massage HLT50307

Learn how to assess a client’s needs to plan and conduct remedial massage. Develop skills to work safely and ethically in health care and wellness environments and how to operate your own massage practice.

Advanced Diploma of Remedial Massage (Myotherapy) 21920VIC

Develop high level skills and knowledge to clinically assess clients and provide myotherapy treatment. Work privately as a health practitioner or as part of a multidisciplinary team.

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Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with the Certificate IV or Diploma.

www.chisholm.edu.au 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746)

Massage Therapist, Myotherapist, Remedial Massage Therapist, Sports Trainer

T = Traineeship A = Apprenticeship P = Pre-Apprenticeship


Health and Community Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Nursing Delivery of Units Leading To Endorsement For Enrolled Registered Nurses To Administer Medication Applicants must be an This 210 hour course provides the Registered Endorsed Division 2 nurse. Nurse (Enrolled) with knowledge of the principles of pharmacology, the practice of safely administering oral, topical, subcutaneous and intramuscular medications and monitoring the outcomes of the patient, applying safe nursing practices to work within the scope of medication administration of a Division 2 nurse according to the new legislation.

Enrolled Nurse

13 weeks part time

February and July

Berwick, Frankston

Year 11 completed for VCAL Senior (Year 12). Prospective students will attend an evaluation and interview.

Enrolled Nurse, Nursing

1 year full time

February

Berwick TEC

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered.

Enrolled Nurse

2 years part time / 18 months full time

February full time and part time.

Berwick, Frankston

Activity Program Assistant, Event Assistant, Facilities Administration, Recreational Services, Sport and Recreation Programming, Administration, Coaching and Instruction, Events Coordination and Management., Sport Development Assistant

1 year full time

February

Berwick TEC

There are no formal requirements for this course. Trainees must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

Activity Program Leader, Facilities Administration, Physical Education Assistant, Sporting Events Supervisor, Sports Administration, Sports and Fitness Coaching and Instruction

1 year part time

Ongoing throughout the year

Berwick

There are no pre-requisites for undertaking this course, but graduates must be 18 to obtain registration with either Fitness Australia or Kinnect Australia.

Fitness Instructor, Group Exercise Instructor

5 months part time (day) or 9 months part time (night)

February and July

Berwick, Frankston

CHIS00312

VCAL Nursing (Senior) VCALSENNS

Understand the skills and knowledge required to work as an Enrolled Nurse in hospitals and community services. Begin studies in a Diploma of Nursing as part of VCAL Senior; go on to complete the following year.

Diploma of Nursing HLT51607

Acquire the skills, knowledge, understanding and qualification to work as an Enrolled Nurse Australia‑wide in hospitals and community services.

Sport, Recreation and Fitness VCAL Sport and Recreation (Intermediate or Senior) VCALINTSR

Complete a full Certificate III in Sport and Recreation as part of a VCAL program. Start on the track to a career in this ever expanding field. Students have access to the new sport and recreation facility at Chisholm Berwick.

Year 10 preferred for VCAL Intermediate (Year 11) and Year 11 for VCAL Senior (Year 12). Prospective students will attend an evaluation and interview.

Certificate II in Sport and Recreation (T) SRO20106

Looking for a traineeship in sport and recreation? This introductory course covers a broad range of subjects and electives including both on and off-the-job training.

Certificate III in Fitness SRF30206

Fitness is fun but you need a serious qualification to get the right job. With this course, gain theoretical and practical skills and an award that’s highly regarded by industry.

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Health and Community Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Sport, Recreation and Fitness Certificate III in Sport and Recreation (T) SRO30106

Get equipped to work in the activities, events, sport and recreation related fields. Choose electives from hospitality and retail, or coaching and instruction.

There are no formal requirements for this course. Trainees must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

Activity Program Assistant, Facilities Administration, Physical Education Assistant, Sports Administration, Sports and Fitness Coaching and Instruction, Sports Event Assistant

1 year part time

Ongoing throughout the year

Berwick

Certificate III in Fitness or current registration as a Fitness Instructor with either Fitness Australia or Kinnect Australia. Year 12 VCE or Mature Age Entry.

Fitness Instructor, Gymnasium Supervisor/ Administrator, Personal Trainer

6 months part time / 1 year full time

February

Berwick, Frankston

Pilates Instructor

1 Year part time

July

Frankston

Activity Program Leader, Sport Development Assistant, Sport Official/Umpire, Sports Coach

1 year full time

February

Berwick

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Activity Program Leader, Recreation Facility Supervisor, Recreation Officer, Sport and Recreation Programming, Sports and Fitness Coaching and Instruction, Sports Event Consultant

1 year full time

February

Berwick

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Adventure Guide, Adventure Retail Manager, Adventure Tourism, Camp Leader, Camp Manager, Outdoor Consultant, Outdoor Coordinator, Outdoor Instructor, Youth Work - Outdoor Specialist

2 years full time

February

Frankston

Pilates Instructor

1 year part time

July

Frankston

Certificate IV in Fitness SRF40206

Obtain a higher level of qualification and greater understanding of the science of fitness. Also gain specialist skill sets to work with specialised groups such as older adults, children or people with disabilities.

Certificate IV in Pilates Matwork Instruction 91492NSW

Pilates is becoming more and more popular. Complete this course for employment opportunities in specialist Pilates studios as well as in gyms and fitness centres.

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Certificate IV in Sport (Development) SRS40506

Take on coaching roles at a supervisory level in ground based sports when you acquire skills in the key study areas of coaching, instruction, officiating and sports sciences.

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Certificate IV in Sport and Recreation SRO40106

Pursue a career in the sport and recreation related fields when you acquire theoretical and practical skills in the main study areas of sports administration, recreation programs, events and facilities.

Diploma of Outdoor Recreation SRO50206

Become an outdoor recreation instructor in a broad range of aquatic and land based adventure activities. A focus on leadership, management and youth work opens multiple employment and further study possibilities.

Diploma of Professional Pilates Instruction 91491NSW

Become a Pilates Instructor: learn to teach comprehensive Pilates work on specialised apparatus to a variety of clients. Graduates will be able to take up employment in Pilates studios, health and fitness centres and allied health centres.

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There are no formal requirements for this course.

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Ian Salvarajoo Massage Ian Selvarajoo is aware of the practice among some martial arts systems to regard healing – in conjunction with combat skills – as an integral aspect of training. “The human body can be used to hurt or to heal, depending on the individual,” says Ian. “Everyone has the choice to destroy or to rebuild.” “The idea is that the understanding of the human body you’ve cultivated for years in learning how to hurt people can then also be applied in learning how to cure people.” It’s easy to see why this appeals to Ian. A martial artist himself – he has studied several forms of martial arts and still trains regularly – he also teaches Anatomy and Physiology at Chisholm in the Myotherapy / Massage Department. He has completed the Advanced Diploma of Remedial Massage (Myotherapy). Myotherapy – the ‘myo’ means muscle – is an extension of remedial massage, which involves other techniques such as dry needling and cupping. It specialises in soft tissue injuries and addresses the rehabilitative, corrective and preventative aspects of pain management. The Advanced Diploma covers the fundamentals of massage – such as muscles, skeletal structures and the nervous system – as well as training in these auxiliary disciplines. Ian calls it ‘a great all-round foundation for a career in massage’.

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Health and Community Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Sport, Recreation and Fitness Diploma of Sport and Recreation SRO50106

Attain the skills required for the administration and management of sport and recreation programs, facilities and events. Covers water and land based activities. Also develop skills in leadership, coaching and instruction.

Applicants must have achieved a minimum of a Certificate IV in Sport and Recreation or equivalent. Alternatively Mature Age Entry or those with relevant industry experience will be considered.

Events Coordination and Management, Facility Administration, Sport and Recreation Programming, Sports Administration, Sports and Fitness Coaching and Instruction

1 year full time

February

Berwick

Applicants must have achieved a minimum of a Certificate IV in Sport (Development) or equivalent. Alternatively Mature Age Entry or those with relevant industry experience will be considered.

Activity Program Coordinator, Aquatic Instructor, Fitness Instructor, Lifeguard, Sport Development Officer, Sports Trainer and Consultant

1 year full time

February

Berwick

Preference will be given to those who have a Certificate IV in Mental Health or Certificate IV in Alcohol and Other Drugs. Mature Age students with substantial vocational experience without a formal qualification may also be considered.

Alcohol and Drugs Worker, Community and Health Care Worker, Community Care Worker, Community Services, Drug and Alcohol Worker, Juvenile Justice Sessional Worker, Residential Care Worker, Team Leader, Youth Worker

5 weeks full time

February

Berwick

Introduction to Youth Work (Skills Set) is required for this course. Applicants must also have relevant work and life experience or a Certificate IV in Alcohol and Other Drugs Work/Mental Health/ Protective Care/Youth Work.

Alcohol and Drugs Worker, Community Services, Juvenile Justice Officer, Mental Health Worker, Residential Care Worker, Youth Worker

1 year full time

February

Berwick

Diploma of Sport (Development) SRS50506

Set up your future in the sport and recreation industry. You’ll develop all the competencies relevant to successful coaching, instruction and officiating. Also gain skills in project organisation and management.

Youth Work Certificate IV in Youth Work (Skills Set) CHC41808

This skills set provides you with unique opportunities to develop skills and experience in youth work; in particular, engaging with young people. Completion of this skills set (a group of units) will qualify you to enter into the Diploma of Youth Work.

Diploma of Youth Work CHC51408

Discover and develop holistic skills to provide services and programs to young people who may be exposed to a range of social and personal issues. Work through a range of community and institution-based agencies to achieve these outcomes.

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Hospitality and Food The range of hospitality industries, embracing culinary industries, tourism and events, is increasing constantly. Potential career opportunities for skilled graduates continue to grow, including employment as chefs, cooks, kitchen attendants, waiters, meat and food processing workers, food and beverage supervisors, front office managers, events and tourism staff, event organisers, hotel/motel/bar/restaurant managers and catering managers. Many also run their own businesses. Chisholm hospitality, cookery and events students work in many of Melbourne’s most notable venues and locations, and in Chisholm’s own open-to-the-public training venues. Students also enjoy opportunities to network with their chosen industries – regularly competing in, and winning, prestigious industry competitions, and participating in local festivals and events. Chisholm qualifications are nationally accredited pathways leading to further study, as well as into careers directly, in a range of industries including: -- hotels, motels, clubs, casinos, customer service, restaurants, recreation facilities, tourism, tourism attractions, cruise lines, and theme parks. For full, detailed outlines of the following courses and pathways, log on to www.chisholm.edu.au or phone 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746).

Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Cooking/ Culinary Certificate II in Hospitality (Kitchen Operations) (P) SIT20307

Acquire basic skills and knowledge to pursue a career in commercial cookery in this pre-apprenticeship course. Graduates are certified as competent in safe food handling and gain a sound knowledge of food commodities.

Applicants should have completed Year 10 or equivalent prior to this course.

Commis Cook, Cook, Kitchen assistant, Leads to Cookery Apprenticeship, Short Order Cook

6 months full time

February and July

Dandenong, Frankston, Mornington Peninsula

3 years part time

Ongoing

Dandenong, Frankston, Mornington Peninsula

Commercial/professional cook in large restaurant, Cook in cafe or small restaurant, Kitchen Hand

6 months full time

February and July

Dandenong

Cafe Worker, Owner Operator, Pastry Chef, Pastry Cook, Professional Patisserie Cookery

1 year full time

February and July

Dandenong, Frankston

Certificate III in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery) (A) SIT30807

Food is part of life and a passion for many. When you qualify as a cook after completing this apprenticeship you’ll always find work opportunities.

There are no formal requirements for this course. Trainees must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

Commercial Cook, Cook, Professional Cook

Certificate III in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery) Non Apprenticeship SIT30807

Food is part of life and a passion for many. When you qualify as a cook you’ll always find work opportunities. Designed specifically for non-apprentice cooks.

Applicants should have completed a Certificate II in Hospitality (Kitchen Operations) or equivalent prior to this course.

Certificate III in Hospitality (Patisserie) SIT31107

Patisseries are always popular! Become a professional pastry chef. Also learn about customer service, leadership and supervising others.

Year 10. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience. Apply through VTAC.

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Hospitality and Food Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Cooking/ Culinary Certificate IV in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery) SIT40407

Food is part of life and a passion for many. When you qualify as a cook you’ll always find work opportunities in a variety of commercial venues such as hotels, restaurants, motels, pastry shops and food manufacturers.

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Commercial Kitchen Supervisor, Commercial/ Professional Cook, Cook, Professional Cook

18 months full time

February and July

Dandenong

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Chef, Food Manager, Kitchen Assistant

18 months full time

February and July

Dandenong

Applicants should have completed Year 10 or equivalent prior to this course.

Conference or Exhibitions Assistant., Event Administrative Assistant, Event Assistant, Event Operations Assistant

6 months full time

February and July

Dandenong, Frankston

Conference or Exhibitions Assistant., Event Administrative Assistant, Event Assistant, Event Operations Assistant, Event Operative, Various Hospitality Settings

6 months full time; also flexible delivery

February

Bass Coast

Year 10 or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Bar Attendant, Café Waiter/ Barista, Conference centre all-rounder, Front desk receptionist

6 months full time

February and July

Dandenong, Bass Coast, Frankston

Year 12 (VCE) is the minimum requirement for this course. Preference will be given to applicants who have also completed a Certificate III in Hospitality or Certificate III in Events.

Event Coordinator, Events Organiser, Exhibition and Event Management Companies, Professional Conference Organiser, Sporting Organisation Event Manager

18 months full time

February and July

Dandenong, Frankston

Certificate IV in Hospitality (Patisserie) SIT40707

Patisseries are always popular! Become a professional pastry chef. Gain advanced skills in customer service, leadership and supervising others.

Event Management Certificate III in Events SIT30607

With this qualification you’ll be able to work in an administrative/ operational support role with the many businesses and community organisations that run events.

DUAL AWARD: Certificate III in Hospitality / Certificate III in Events SIT30607W

In this dual award, gain the skills and knowledge to work in an administrative/ operational events support role, or in a hospitality setting.

Have successfully completed Year 10 or equivalent. Good reading, writing and communication skills are required. Interview numeracy and literacy assessment may be required.

MULTIPLE AWARD: Certificate III in Hospitality / Certificate III in Events / Certificate III in Tourism SIT30107

Gain an edge in the hospitality, events or tourism fields. Open up new doors for a career in a variety of commercial venues.

Diploma of Events SIT50207

The world of events awaits you! Complete this course and you’ll have a detailed knowledge of the event management process; plus develop skills in communication, planning and organising.

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Jane Gilbert Tourism A year spent in Japan as an 18-year old exchange student changed the path of Jane Gilbert’s life and sparked a fascination with travel that has never faded. “That really opened my eyes and got me interested in the idea of seeing and understanding different countries and cultures,” Jane says. There followed years of travel and exploration that has seen her visit every continent on Earth, except one. “I’m still to visit Antarctica!” Jane laughs. Jane, who teaches the Certificate III in Tourism, brings all her experience and love of travel to the students she teaches. “I want my students to understand the huge potential that this industry has,” she says. “I can see their eyes light up when I bring in guest speakers – such as sales reps from travel companies – because they begin to see the opportunities that are out there for creating new services and advancing their careers.” This kind of engagement with industry is something that Chisholm does particularly well, according to Jane. She works in a travel agent two days a week and constantly brings her up-to-date knowledge into the classroom. The usual components of the Certificate III in Tourism are augmented by excursions, guest speakers and a range of other initiatives to broaden students’ horizons. “I think it’s the best introduction to the industry you can get,” Jane says.

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Hospitality and Food Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Event Management Diploma of Hospitality SIT50307

Study across an extensive range of hospitality operational areas including food, beverage and accommodation services structured around reputable event venues. Gain the supervisory skills required to move into or move up in the hospitality industry.

Year 12 (VCE) is the minimum requirement for this course. Preference also will be given to applicants who have also completed a Certificate III in Hospitality.

Administrative/Personal Assistant in PR functions, Cafes and Coffee Shops, Catering Operations, Event Operations, Food/Beverage Supervisor

1 year full time

February and July

Bass Coast, Dandenong, Frankston

Year 12 (VCE) is the minimum requirement for this course. Preference also will be given to applicants who have also completed a Certificate III in Tourism.

Management, Tourism, Tourism Supervisor, Travel Consultant, Visitor Information Centre Officer

1 year full time

January and July

Dandenong, Frankston

Year 12 (VCE) is the minimum requirement for this course. Preference also will be given to applicants who have also completed a Certificate III in Hospitality or Certificate III in Events.

Events Coordination and Management, Events Management (Racing), Management

1 year full time

February and July

Dandenong, Frankston

Food Operator, Food Processing Operator, Food Processor, Production Operator

1 year part time

Ongoing throughout the year

Workplace

Food Manager, Food Operator, Food processing in a Retail Environment, Food Processor, Food/Beverage Supervisor, Retail Supervisor, Specialised Food Retailing, Team Leader in a Retail Environment

1 year part time

Ongoing throughout the year

Workplace

Food Operator, Food Processor, Leading Hand, Team Leader

3 years part time

Ongoing throughout the year

Workplace

Diploma of Tourism SIT50107

Attain this qualification and be able to work in a management role in any sector of the tourism industry. Covers specialisations in tourism operations, product development and marketing.

Advanced Diploma of Events SIT60207

The events arena can only get bigger which means plenty of opportunities for trained professionals. In this course, gain highly specialised skills to manage complex events in the corporate or public space.

Food Processing Certificate II in Food Processing (T) FDF20103

This qualification provides operator level training for the food processing industry. Streams available in aerated water, biscuits, dairy, fruit and vegetable, confectionery, general foods, pastry, pet food, poultry, flour milling, stockfeed milling, tea and coffee. For more information about Food Processing qualifications and pathways, go to the Study Areas section of the Chisholm website.

No formal requirements. Applicants must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

Certificate III in Food Processing (Sales) (T) FDF30903

Develop supervisory skills to work in an environment where food processing and retail skills/direct sales skills are important. For more information about Food Processing qualifications and pathways, go to the Study Areas section of the Chisholm website.

There are no formal requirements for this course. Trainees must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

Certificate III in Food Processing (T) FDF30103

Completed in the workplace at the student’s own pace, this course provides supervisorlevel training for the food processing industry. Streams are available in aerated water, biscuits, dairy processing, fruit and vegetable, confectionery, general foods, pastry, pet food, poultry, flour milling, stockfeed milling, wine, tea and coffee. For more information about Food Processing qualifications and pathways, go to the Study Areas section of the Chisholm website.

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No formal requirements. Applicants must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

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Hospitality and Food Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Hospitality / Management Certificate II in Hospitality Gain the basic operational knowledge and practical skills required to work in a variety of hospitality settings, such as restaurants, hotels, motels, catering operations, clubs, pubs, cafes and coffee shops.

Have successfully completed Year 10 or equivalent. Good reading, writing and communication skills are required. Interview and numeracy and literacy assessment may be required.

Bar Attendant, Barista Coffee Maker, Café Waiter/Barista, Cafe Worker, Customer Service, Food Operator, Retail Sales Assistant, Sales Assistant (General)

6 months full time

February

Bass Coast

Applicants should have completed Year 10 or equivalent prior to this course.

Bar Attendant, Bar Supervisor, Barista Coffee Maker, Cafe and Restaurant Waiter, Food/Beverage Supervisor, hospitality management

6 months full time

February and July

Dandenong, Frankston, Mornington Peninsula

Chef, Food Manager, Kitchen Assistant

18 months full time

February and July

Dandenong

Manager / GM in Food and Beverage or Hospitality

1 year part time

July

Dandenong, Frankston

Meat Processing Work, Meat Worker, Offal processor, Slaughter Person

1 year part time

Ongoing throughout the year

Workplace

Boner, Meat Processing Work, Slicer

3 years part time

Ongoing throughout the year

Workplace

Certificate III in Hospitality SIT30707

Develop the skills and knowledge to work in a range of operational areas within the hospitality industry; including food and beverage service in a restaurant, hotel, motel, club, pub, cafe or coffee shop.

Certificate IV in Hospitality (Patisserie) SIT40707

Patisseries are always popular! Become a professional pastry chef. Gain advanced skills in customer service, leadership and supervising others.

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

Advanced Diploma of Hospitality SIT60307

Carve yourself a 5-star future in hospitality. This qualification encompasses high level operational, financial and people management. You’ll acquire the skills for a management role in a hotel or restaurant, or to run your own hospitality business.

Applicants should have completed a Diploma of Hospitality or equivalent prior to this course.

Meat Processing Certificate II in Meat Processing (Abattoirs) (T) MTM20107

Completed in the workplace at the student’s own pace, this courses prepares participants for general tasks in a meat works boning environment for processing sheep, beef and pigs. For more information about Meat Industry qualifications and pathways, go to the Study Areas section of the Chisholm website.

No formal requirements. Applicants must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

Certificate III in Meat Processing (Boning) (T) MTM30107

Provides the technical skills associated with boning of sheep, beef or pigs in a processing environment. Completed in the workplace at the student’s own pace. For more information about Food Processing qualifications and pathways, go to the Study Areas section of the Chisholm website.

No formal requirements. Applicants must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

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Hospitality and Food Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Meat Processing Certificate III in Meat Processing (Slaughtering) (T) MTM30507

Provides the technical skills for the slaughtering of sheep, beef and pigs in a meat processing environment. Completed in the workplace at student’s own pace. For more information about Meat Industry qualifications and pathways, please go to the Study Areas section of the Chisholm website.

No formal requirements. Applicants must have a ‘Registered Training Agreement’ with their employer.

Meat Processing Work, Meat Worker, Slaughter floor operator, Slaughter Person

3 years part time

Ongoing throughout the year

Workplace

Meat Inspector, Meat Inspector - Domestic Abattoirs, Meat Processing Work

1 year part time

Ongoing throughout the year

Dandenong

Meat Inspector, Meat Inspector - Domestic Abattoirs

1 year part time

Ongoing throughout the year

Dandenong

Applicants should have completed a Certificate II or III in Meat Processing (any specialty) prior to this course.

Meat Inspector, Meat Inspector - Domestic Abattoirs, Meat Worker, Quality Assurance Officer, Quality Assurance Supervisor, Quality Controller

1 year part time

Ongoing throughout the year

Dandenong

Year 12 (VCE) or Mature Age Entry with relevant industry experience.

Administrative Officer, Administrative/Personal Assistant in PR functions, Adventure Tourism, Cellar Door Salesperson, Tourism Operator and Guide, Tourist Information Officer

6 months full time

February and July

Dandenong, Frankston

Certificate III in Meat Processing (Meat Safety) (A) MTM30307

Go one step further in the Meat Industry. Gain the technical skills necessary to make a judgement on the quality of a carcass. For more information about Meat Industry qualifications and pathways, please go to the Study Areas section of the Chisholm website.

There are no formal requirements for entry into this course. However those who are not undertaking full time study and are an apprentice must have entered into a ‘Contract of Training’ with their employer and be employed as an apprentice.

Certificate IV in Meat Processing (Meat Safety) MTM40207

This qualification will provide the skills necessary for a person to work in a domestic plant in the meat processing industry as a Meat Safety Officer. For more information about Meat Processing qualifications and pathways, please go to the Study Areas section of the Chisholm website.

Applicants should have completed a Certificate III in Meat Processing (Meat Safety) or equivalent prior to this course.

Certificate IV in Meat Processing (Quality Assurance) MTM40307

Go one step further in the Meat Processing Industry. Gain the skills necessary to become a meat processing Quality Assurance officer. For more information about Meat Industry qualifications and pathways, please go to the Study Areas section of the Chisholm website.

Tourism Certificate III in Tourism SIT30107

Keen to work in tourism? Book your ticket with this course and gain competence in a range of tourism sales, operational and tour delivery skills.

MULTIPLE AWARD: Certificate III in Hospitality / Certificate III in Events / Certificate III in Tourism SIT30107

Gain an edge in the hospitality, events or tourism fields. Open up new doors for a career in a variety of commercial venues.

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Year 10 or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience.

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Bar Attendant, Café Waiter/ Barista, Conference Centre all-rounder, Front desk receptionist

6 months full time

February and July

Dandenong, Bass Coast, Frankston

T = Traineeship A = Apprenticeship P = Pre-Apprenticeship


Hospitality and Food Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Year 12 (VCE) is the minimum requirement for this course. Preference also will be given to applicants who have also completed a Certificate III in Tourism.

Management, Tourism, Tourism Supervisor, Travel Consultant, Visitor Information Centre Officer

1 year full time

January and July

Dandenong, Frankston

Applicants should have completed a Diploma of Tourism or equivalent prior to this course.

Tour operator, Tour Operator, Tourism consultant, Tourism Supervisor, Travel Consultant

6 months full time

January and July

Dandenong, Frankston, Workplace

1 year full time including two week residentials plus online

Ongoing throughout the year

Bass Coast, Online

Tourism Diploma of Tourism SIT50107

Attain this qualification and be able to work in a management role in any sector of the tourism industry. Covers specialisations in tourism operations, product development and marketing.

Advanced Diploma of Tourism SIT60107

Become a tour operator or consultant. With this qualification you build specialised technical tourism management skills. Covers operations, marketing, business planning, and much more.

Vocational Graduate Certificate in Ecotourism Management 22117VICW

Visitor demand for Australia’s nature-based tourism is booming. Enhance your existing ecotourism and business management skills with this unique new higher qualification and take advantage of a growing market. Note: Course is a combination of online study, field work and research. It features two residential study components at Phillip Island Nature Parks

Suitable for people currently working in ecotourism, conservation, sustainability, zoo, tourism, hospitality or other tourist attractions.

Conservation Officer, Ecotourism Operations Manager, Marine Park Wildlife Officer, Supervisor in Resort or Hotel Management, Sustainability Manager, Tourism Officer at Local Council, Tourism Operator and Guide, Wildlife Sanctuary Manager, Zoo Supervisor/Manager

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Pre Career There is increasing, urgent industry need for people with different skills, so education and training always opens wider opportunities for careers and employment. Chisholm’s Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) program encourages young adults 16-19 to embark on a vocational pathway to lifelong learning, with industry specific skills training. Victorian Certificate of Education programs see graduates continuing to university, apprenticeships and traineeships. Programs with a focus on English as a second language provide opportunities to learn English while also studying for an industry qualification. Literacy, numeracy, life, work and study skills, vocational preparation and general education programs can provide vocational alternatives to mainstream education, and lead to employment, or provide a pathway to arts, social sciences or teaching through university. Chisholm pre-career courses focus on the individual, provide pathways with clear outcomes, and can be an introduction to learning to study or returning to study, to gaining employment skills and readiness. Courses can also be pathways to further study and tertiary study, to apprenticeships; as well as into careers. For full, detailed outlines of the following courses and pathways, log on to www.chisholm.edu.au or phone 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746).

Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

English Language (ESL) Course in ESL 21938VIC

If you are a migrant to Australia and English is your second language, this course will teach you beginning language skills in reading, writing and oral communication.

Applicants must be a Permanent Resident or TPV holder and from a non-English speaking background. Applicants will have a language skills assessment for course placement.

Further study leading to employment opportunities

6 months full time

Ongoing enrolment

Dandenong, Berwick

Applicants must be a Permanent Resident or TPV holder and from a non-English speaking background. Applicants will have a language skills assessment for course placement.

Further study leading to employment opportunities

1 year part time / 6 months full time

Each term and ongoing enrolments

Dandenong, Berwick

Applicants must be a Permanent Resident or TPV holder and from a non-English speaking background. Applicants will have a language skills assessment for course placement.

Further study leading to employment opportunities

1 year part time / 6 months full time

Each term and ongoing enrolments

Dandenong, Berwick

Certificate I in ESL (Access) 21936VIC

If you are a migrant to Australia and English is your second language, learn basic English Language to help you with further study and employment. A special ESL Youth Program is also available.

Certificate II in ESL (Access) 21932VIC

If you are a migrant to Australia and English is your second language, improve basic English Language to help you with further study and employment. A special ESL Youth Program is also available.

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Pre Career Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

English Language (ESL) Certificate II in ESL (Employment) 21945VIC

If you are a migrant to Australia and English is your second language, this course will build language skills required to prepare for employment in Australia. A specialised ESL Automotive Shared Delivery and other ESL supported trade courses are also available.

Applicants must be a Permanent Resident or TPV holder and from a non-English speaking background. Applicants will have a language skills assessment for course placement.

Further study leading to employment opportunities

1 year part time / 6 months full time

Ongoing enrolments. February and July only for the Automotive Stream

Dandenong, Frankston

Applicants must be a Permanent Resident or TPV holder and from a non-English speaking background. Applicants will have a language skills assessment for course placement.

Further study leading to employment opportunities

1 year part time / 6 months full time

February and July

Dandenong, Frankston

Further study leading to employment opportunities

1 year part time / 6 months full time

February for Community Services, Children’s Services and Aged Care Streams. Each term and ongoing enrolments for Certificate only

Dandenong, Frankston

Applicants must be a Permanent Resident or TPV holder and from a non-English speaking background. Applicants will have a language skills assessment for course placement.

Further study leading to employment opportunities

1 year part time / 6 months full time

Each term and ongoing enrolments

Dandenong, Frankston

Applicants must be a Permanent Resident or TPV holder and from a non-English speaking background. Applicants will have a language skills assessment for course placement.

Further study leading to employment opportunities

1 year part time / 6 months full time

Each term in 2012 and ongoing enrolments

Dandenong

1 year part time / 6 months full time

Each term in 2012 and ongoing enrolments

Dandenong

Certificate III in ESL (Access) 21933VIC

If you are a migrant to Australia and English is your second language, this course will build language skills for life and employment in Australia. A specialised ESL Youth program is available to prepare for transition into VET courses in TAFE.

Certificate III in ESL (Employment) 21935VIC

If you are a migrant to Australia and English is your second language get an even better grasp of the English language and learn the skills required to participate in the workforce. Also offered with supported ESL Shared Delivery in Community Services, Children’s Services and Aged Care courses.

Applicants must be a Permanent Resident or TPV holder and from a non-English speaking background. Applicants will have a language skills assessment for course placement.

Certificate III in ESL (Further Study) 21939VIC

If you are a migrant to Australia and English is your second language, strengthen your English language skills and gain skills and knowledge to enter mainstream training and further study at an Australian educational institution.

Certificate IV in ESL (Access) 21934VIC

If you are a migrant to Australia and English is your second language, grow your knowledge of Australian society and further improve English Language, employment and life skills.

Certificate IV in ESL (Employment / Professional) (AVOC) 21937VIC

Are you an overseas’ qualified professional? This Advanced Vocationally Oriented Course (AVOC) will help you gain intensive preparation in English Language and the skills required for the professional workforce. Particular focus is on health and community services and business fields.

Applicants must be a Permanent Resident or TPV holder and from a non-English speaking background. Applicants will have a language skills assessment for course placement.

Employment in your profession or study in further related qualifications in Australia

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Pre Career Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

English Language (ESL) Certificate IV in ESL (Further Study) 21940VIC

If you are a migrant to Australia and English is your second language, gain more advanced academic English Language skills to increase your opportunities for further study. Visit different educational institutes and learn about industry needs as part of your study.

Applicants must be a Permanent Resident or TPV holder and from a non-English speaking background. Applicants will have a language skills assessment for course placement.

Further study leading to employment opportunities

6 months full time

Each term in 2012 and ongoing enrolments

Dandenong

Administration Officer, Administrative Assistant

1 year part time

February

Dandenong

VCAL ESL (Business) (Intermediate) VCALINTAA

Complete a full Certificate II in Business as part of a VCAL Intermediate. At the same time improve your English Language and get practical work experience to help you with further study and employment.

Year 10 preferred for VCAL Intermediate (Year 11) and Year 11 for VCAL Senior (Year 12). Prospective students will attend an evaluation and interview.

English Language Intensive Course for Overseas Students CHIS00127

Progress from Elementary to Intermediate and Advanced levels of English to quickly develop the skills and confidence for better general English and professional communication. Open up pathways to further study at vocational and university levels.

There are no formal requirements for this course. However applicants will be subject to an assessment of language skills by the Chisholm English Language Centre.

Futher study opportunities

10 weeks full time

Each term and ongoing enrolments

Dandenong

There are no formal requirements for this course. However applicants will be subject to an assessment of language skills by the Chisholm English Language Centre.

Futher study opportunities

10 weeks full time

Each term and ongoing enrolments

Dandenong

6 months full time

February

Berwick TEC

2 years part time / 1 year full time

February, (July Intake - Year 11 Unit 2 only)

Dandenong, Frankston

IELTS Preparation Course CHIS00317

This course is for students who require an IELTS score to gain entry into a TAFE Institute or University; or who need to provide evidence of English Language proficiency for permanent residency applications. Online study options are available.

General Education VCAL Senior Fast Track VCALSENQ

Completed Year 11 and now want to do Year 12 VCAL? This course enables you to fast track the qualification over one semester (six months). You can then move directly to your preferred career choice.

Year 11 completed for VCAL Senior (Year 12). Prospective students will attend an evaluation and interview.

VCE - Victorian Certificate of Education Units 1 and 2, 3 and 4. VCE000001B

Complete your secondary education to VCE level. Choose from a wide range of subjects which cover both personal interest areas and tertiary education requirements.

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Year 10 or equivalent, and/or undergo assessment.

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Pre Career Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

LIBERAL ARTS Diploma of Liberal Arts 21794VIC

Open up many pathways with this qualification. You can gain a credit to transfer into an arts/ social science or teaching course at selected universities, or go onto employment in a variety of fields.

Year 12 (VCE) or the equivalent, or mature age entry.

Administrator, Child Care Worker, Community Development Worker, Community Services, Human Resource Officer, Psychologist, Public Relations Officer, Social Sciences, Social Worker, Teacher, Writer

4 years part time / 2 years full time

February and July

Frankston

2 years part time

February and July 2012. Flexible entry is negotiable.

Mornington Peninsula

1 year part time / 6 months full time

January, July and ongoing possibilities.

Cranbourne, Dandenong, Frankston

Further study opportunities or employment options

1 year part time / 6 months full time

February, July and ongoing

Cranbourne, Dandenong, Frankston, Mornington Peninsula

Further study opportunities

2 years part time / 1 year full time

January

Dandenong, Frankston

10 weeks full time

April, July and September

Mornington Peninsula

Literacy/ Numeracy/ Life and Work Certificate I in Mumgu-dhal Tyama-tiyt 21859VICR

This certificate is designed to assist Indigenous students develop skills and pathways for education, training and employment. Content and delivery is based on recommendations from consultations with Community Advocates, Learning Partners and key community members together with TAFE.

There are no formal requirements for this course. Applicants may be subject to an assessment of language skills.

Koorie Artist

Certificate I in General Education for Adults (Introductory) 21771VIC

Put yourself in a better position for jobs, vocational training or further study by improving your literacy, numeracy and employability skills.

Attendance at an interview.

Certificate I in General Education for Adults 21772VIC

Build on essential literacy, numeracy, employability and communication skills. Prepare for further study, training or work opportunities.

Attendance at an interview.

Certificate I in Transition Education 21671VIC

Learning how to learn ... this course is designed for people with special needs who want to get ready for full time adult learning. Also build confidence with life and work skills.

Attendance at an interview.

Certificate I in Vocational Preparation (X-press Program) 21625VIC

The X-Press program is aimed at 15-19 year olds currently at risk of leaving the mainstream education system. It provides an alternative for one term of the school year and combines elements of personal development focussing on communication and personal effectiveness, where the student is encouraged to make decisions that will promote positive outcomes in terms of future pathways.

There are no formal requirements for this course. Applicants may be required to attend an interview.

A pathway toward rewarding employment options, Further study leading to employment opportunities

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Pre Career Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Literacy/ Numeracy/ Life and Work Certificate I in Work Education 21672VIC

How to enter the world of work ... this course is designed to equip people with special needs with the skills to make the move into employment or further study. The learning is tailored to individual needs.

Attendance at an interview.

Further study opportunities or employment options

2 years part time / 1.5 years full time

January

Cranbourne, Dandenong, Frankston

Further study opportunities or employment options

1 year part time / 6 months full time

February, July and ongoing

Cranbourne, Dandenong, Frankston, Mornington Peninsula

Further study opportunities or employment options

1 year part time / 6 months full time

February, July and ongoing

Cranbourne, Dandenong, Frankston

Certificate II in General Education for Adults 21773VIC

Take your literacy, numeracy, employability and communication skills to a higher level. Grow skills and confidence for moving onto further training or work opportunities.

Attendance at an interview.

Certificate III in General Education for Adults 21774VIC

Complete the highest level of CGEA to make your literacy, numeracy, employability and communication skills even better - then move onto further study or work opportunities.

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Attendance at an interview.

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Teaching Australia’s national strategy for vocational education and training aims to create a highly skilled workforce to support strong performance in the global economy; and to economically and socially strengthen communities and regions through learning and employment. This means growing opportunities for people with teaching, training and assessment, and vocational education qualifications. Chisholm qualifications range from certificates in teaching English to speakers of other languages, and training and assessment, to diploma and graduate certificate qualifications in vocational education. To cater for growing need for workplace-based training, Chisholm provides consultation to many enterprises, and has contextualised training for a range of industry sectors. Chisholm qualifications are nationally accredited pathways into further study, as well as into careers directly, including – TAFE teaching, training administration and coordination, training management, team leading, senior educator roles, and supervision. For full, detailed outlines of the following courses and pathways, log on to www.chisholm.edu.au or phone 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746).

Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Training and Assessment Certificate IV in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages 40540SA

Would you like to teach English - as a foreign or second language - in Australia or overseas? Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) is a highly regarded and recognised training qualification.

Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent is required for this course. Mature Age Entry is also considered for those with relevant industry experience. International students must have a minimum 6.5 IELTS (academic).

Teacher of English Language in Australia and Overseas (Please refer to TESOL Course Brochure for further details)

10 weeks part time

March, July and September

Dandenong

Training responsibilities in VET Registered Training Organisations, such as TAFE, ACE and private and enterprise training organisations

12 weeks part time

Ongoing

Bass Coast, Berwick, Dandenong, Frankston

Industry Training Manager, Training Coordinator, Training Officer

6 months part time

March

Dandenong

6 months part time

March

Dandenong

Certificate IV in Training and Assessment TAE40110

Learn to plan and deliver training and undertake assessment in the workplace and in a classroom environment. This is the qualification required to teach adults in the national Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector.

There are no formal qualification requirements for entrance to this program, however, to teach in the VET sector you are required to hold a vocational qualification accepted by the relevant industry sector in the area in which you wish to teach

Diploma of Training and Assessment TAA50104

Take your training and assessment skills up a notch. Designed for the professional, this qualification equips you with the ability to lead and manage the training and development function within your organisation.

Applicants must have achieved a minimum of a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment or equivalent.

Diploma of Vocational Education and Training Practice 21697VIC

For teachers working in Registered Training Organisations ... extend your skills in: professional practice, needs analysis, policies and procedures, leadership, design and development, and delivery and facilitation.

Applicants must have achieved a minimum of a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment or equivalent.

Senior Educator, TAFE Teacher, Training Coordinator, Training Manager

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Teaching Name/Course Code/Course Description

Pre-requisites

Career Outcomes

Duration

Intake

Campus

Training and Assessment DUAL AWARD: Diploma of Vocational Education and Training Practice / Diploma of Training and Assessment TAA50104

This dual qualification provides comprehensive training for people who train others - both in an industry environment and in a Registered Training Organisation such as a TAFE.

Applicants must have achieved a minimum of a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment or equivalent.

Senior Educator, TAFE Teacher, Training Coordinator, Training Manager, Training Systems Planner

1 year part time

March

Dandenong

21 weeks part time

Ongoing

Dandenong

7 months part time

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Dandenong

Graduate Certificate in Vocational Education and Training 21852VIC

Lead and implement innovation and change in the VET sector. This course enhances your skills as a VET professional, learning and development specialist, education and training practitioner or manager.

Applicants must have achieved a minimum of a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment or equivalent.

Learning and Development Specialist, Senior Educator, Training Coordinator, Training Manager

Vocational Graduate Certificate in Industry Engagement and Development 21973VIC

Get the competitive edge: learn how to identify, scope, access, engage in and manage relationships with industry for the design and delivery of commercially effective training programs. An intensive, flexibly delivered course.

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Applicants for this course should have at least obtained a Diploma of Vocational Training and Assessment. Ideally applicants will have a minimum of five years work experience in the VET sector and a relevant Diploma in their field of work.

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Learning and Development Specialist, Training Coordinator, Training Manager, Training Systems Planner, Workforce Development Consultant

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Jenni Miles Teacher Growing up in a household where her parents took in foster children taught Jenni Miles the value of compassion at an early age. “There were many confronting behaviours and hostile verbal exchanges in the home,” Jenni remembers. “But my brother and I were always encouraged to think about the challenges these kids had faced and always to look for the greatness in people.” These early experiences gave Jenni a lifelong interest in understanding people and played a large part in determining the direction of her career. “I’ve always been attracted to jobs that demand close involvement with individuals,” she says. “My passion is to bring out the skills and talents that lie inside people, to help them to become the best they can be.” She currently teaches the dual diplomas of VET Practice and TAA, the Course in Assessment of Informal Learning (AIL), and the Certificate IV TAA. Now celebrating her 11th year of teaching at Chisholm, Jenny is excited about the possibilities that study can present, both for herself and her students. “I’m more grateful than ever for the journey that education has taken me on. It’s transformational both to receive and play a part in passing on the gift of learning.”

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Index and Course List

BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION

AGED CARE DUAL AWARD: Certificate III in Home and Community Care / Certificate III in Aged Care Work

70

Certificate III in Aged Care

70

Certificate III in Home and Community Care (Traineeship and Industry)(T)

70

Certificate IV in Aged Care

70

Alcohol, Other Drugs and Mental Health Certificate IV in Alcohol and Other Drugs

71

Certificate IV in Mental Health

71

Diploma of Community Services (Alcohol, Other Drugs and Mental Health)

71

Bachelor of Community Mental Health, Alcohol and Other Drugs

71

AUTOMOTIVE VCAL Automotive (Intermediate or Senior) (P)

53

Building Skills Group (Pre-vocational) (P)

23

VCAL Carpentry (Intermediate or Senior) (P)

23

VCAL Trade Careers

24

Certificate II in Building and Construction (Bricklaying) (P)

24

Certificate II in Asset Maintenance (Cleaning Operations)

24

Certificate II in Building and Construction (Carpentry) Pre-apprenticeship (P)

24

Certificate II in Civil Construction

24

Certificate III in Cabinet Making (Kitchen and Bathrooms) (A)

24

Certificate III in Carpentry (P)

25

Certificate III in Off-Site (Joinery/Timber/Aluminium/Glass) (A)

25

Certificate III in Off-Site (Shopfitting) (A)

25

Certificate III in Off-site (Stairs) (A)

25

Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Building)

25

Diploma of Building and Construction (Building)

25

Diploma of Building and Construction (Site Management)

25

BUILDING DESIGN

Certificate II in Automotive Studies (Pre-vocational) (P)

53

Diploma of Building Surveying

26

Certificate II in Automotive Mechanical (Air Conditioning)

53

Advanced Diploma of Building Design (Architectural)

26

Certificate II in Automotive (Mechanical - Vehicle Servicing) (P) (T) (Agricultural Mechanic) (A)

53

Advanced Diploma of Building Surveying

26

Certificate III in Automotive Mechanical Technology (A)

54

Certificate III in Automotive Mechanical Technology (Heavy Mobile / Plant Equipment) (A) (T)

54

Certificate III in Automotive Mechanical Technology (Heavy Road Transport) (A)

54

Certificate III in Automotive Mechanical Technology (Mechanical - Light Vehicle) (A)

54

Certificate III in Automotive Specialist

54

Certificate III in Automotive Specialist (Auto Forklift Mechanic) (A) Certificate III in Automotive Specialist (Automatic Transmission) (A)

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION VCAL ESL (Business) (Intermediate)

29

DUAL AWARD: Certificate I in Business / Certificate II in Information Technology

29

Certificate II in Business (T)

29

Certificate II in Business

29

Certificate III in Business (Intensive)

30

Certificate III in Business

30

54

Certificate III in Business Administration (T)

30

54

Certificate III in Business Administration (Medical) (T)

30

Certificate III in Automotive Specialist (Diesel Fuel) (A)

55

Certificate IV in Business Administration (T)

30

Certificate III in Automotive Specialist (Diesel Fitter) (A)

55

Diploma of Business Administration (T)

30

Certificate III in Automotive (Vehicle Body - Vehicle Paint) (A)

55

Diploma Of Business - Intensive

32

Certificate III in Automotive (Vehicle Body - Panel Beating) (A)

55 55

DUAL AWARD: Diploma of Business Administration / Advanced Diploma of Legal Practice

32

Certificate IV in Automotive Technology

VCAL Hair and Beauty (Intermediate or Senior) (A)

20

New Enterprise Incentive Scheme (NEIS)

32

Certificate II in Nail Technology (T)

20

Certificate III in Micro Business Operations

32

Certificate II in Make-up Services (VET/VCAL/VCE)

20

Certificate IV in Conservation and Land Management

32

Certificate III in Beauty Services (T)

20

Certificate IV in Government

33

Certificate IV in Beauty Therapy (T)

20

Certificate IV in Small Business Management

33

Diploma of Beauty Therapy

21

Certificate IV in Frontline Management (T)

33

Diploma of Specialist Makeup Services

21

Certificate IV in Project Management (T)

33

Diploma of Business

33

Diploma of Business (Fast Track) (T)

33

Diploma of Conservation and Land Management

33

Diploma of Management (T)

34

Business Management

BEAUTY SERVICES

BRICKLAYING VCAL Bricklaying (Intermediate or Senior) (P)

23

Certificate III in Brick and Blocklaying (A)

23

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DUAL AWARD: Diploma of Business / Diploma of Retail Management (Fast Track) (T)

34

Advanced Diploma of Computer Systems Engineering (Networking and Computer Maintenance)

47

DUAL AWARD: Diploma of Business / Diploma of Retail Management (Fast Track) (T)

34

Advanced Diploma of Information Technology (Network Security)

47

DUAL AWARD: Diploma of Management / Diploma of Retail Management (Fast Track) (T)

34

DUAL AWARD: Diploma of Business / Diploma of Sustainability (Fast Track) (T)

34

DUAL AWARD: Diploma of Management / Diploma of Sustainability (Fast Track) (T)

35

Diploma of Management (Fast Track Program) (T)

35

Diploma of Project Management (T)

35

DUAL AWARD: Advanced Diploma of Business / Advanced Diploma of Management (Fast Track) (T)

35

Advanced Diploma of Management

35

Advanced Diploma of Management (Fast Track)

36

Advanced Diploma of Project Management

36

Graduate Certificate in Management

36

Graduate Certificate in Management (Executive Administration)

37

Graduate Certificate in Management (Project Management)

37

Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Management

37

Graduate Certificate in Management (Electrotechnology Engineering)

38

Vocational Graduate Certificate in Ecotourism Management

38

CABINET MAKING VCAL Carpentry (Intermediate or Senior) (P)

26

Certificate III in Furniture Making (A)

26

Certificate III in Cabinet Making (Kitchen and Bathrooms) (A)

26

Children’s Services VCAL Children’s Services (Intermediate or Senior)

71

Certificate III in Children’s Services

72

Diploma of Children’s Services (Early Childhood Education and Care) (Deakin At Your Doorstep Program)

72

Diploma of Children’s Services (Early Childhood Education and Care)

72

Conservation and Land Management Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management

64

Certificate II in Horticulture (Landscape)

64

Certificate II in Horticulture (Parks and Gardens) (T)

64

Certificate III in Conservation and Land Management (T)

64

Certificate IV in Conservation and Land Management

65

Certificate IV in Renewable Energy

65

Diploma of Conservation and Land Management

65

Diploma of Conservation and Land Management (Deakin At Your Doorstep Program)

65

Vocational Graduate Certificate in Ecotourism Management

65

Cooking/ Culinary Certificate II in Hospitality (Kitchen Operations) (P)

81

Certificate III in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery) (A)

81

Certificate III in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery) Non Apprenticeship

81

Certificate III in Hospitality (Patisserie)

81

Certificate IV in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery)

82

Certificate IV in Hospitality (Patisserie)

82

ELECTRICAL VCAL Electrical (Intermediate or Senior) (P)

26

Certificate II in Business Equipment Servicing (T)

27

Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start) (P)

27

Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Pre-vocational) (P)

27

Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician (A)

27

Certificate IV in Electrical

27

Electronics Certificate II in Antennae Equipment (T)

56

Certificate II in Business Equipment Servicing (T)

56

72

Certificate II in Electronics

56

Certificate III in Community Services Work

72

Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start) (P)

56

Certificate IV in Community Services Work

73

Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Pre-vocational) (P)

56

Certificate IV in Disability (T)

73

Certificate II in Renewable Energy

56

Diploma of Arts Therapy

73

Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician (A)

56

Diploma of Community Development

73

Certificate III in Electronics and Communications (A) (T)

58

Diploma of Community Services Work

73

Certificate III in Telecommunications Cabling

58

Advanced Diploma of Community Sector Management

74

Certificate IV in Electrical

58

74

Advanced Diploma of Electronics and Communications Engineering (T)

58

Graduate Certificate in Management (Electrotechnology Engineering)

58

Community Services Certificate II in Community Services Work

Advanced Diploma of Disability

COMPUTER ENGINEERING Certificate II in Computer Assembly and Repair

44

Engineering

Certificate IV in Computer Systems

44

Certificate II in Civil Construction

Certificate IV in Information Technology (Networking)

46

Certificate II in Competitive Manufacturing

59

Diploma of Computer Systems Engineering

46

Certificate II in Engineering (T)

59

Diploma of Information Technology (Systems Administration)

46

Certificate II in Engineering (Production Technology) (T)

59

46

Certificate II in Engineering Studies (P)

59

DUAL AWARD: Diploma of Information Technology (Systems Administration) / Diploma of Information Technology (Networking)

58

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Engineering

Food Processing

Certificate III in Electronics and Communications (A) (T)

59

Certificate II in Food Processing (T)

84

Certificate III in Engineering (Fabrication Trade) (A)

59

Certificate III in Food Processing (Sales) (T)

84

Certificate III in Engineering (Mechanical Trade) (A)

59

Certificate III in Food Processing (T)

84

Certificate III in Engineering (Production Systems) (T)

60

Certificate IV in Engineering

60

VCAL Senior Fast Track

90

Certificate IV in Engineering (Fabrication and Welding)

60

VCE - Victorian Certificate of Education Units 1 and 2, 3 and 4.

90

Diploma of Engineering Technology

60

Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology (Advanced Manufacturing)

60

Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology (Mechanical Design)

General Education

GRAPHIC DESIGN Certificate II in Printing and Graphic Arts (Desktop Publishing)

14

60

Certificate IV in Design

14

Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology (Robotics and Mechatronics)

60

Certificate IV in Printing and Graphic Arts (Graphic Pre-press)

14

Diploma of Arts Therapy

14

Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Mechanical and Manufacturing) Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Mechatronics)

61

Diploma of Graphic Design

16

Diploma of Illustration

16

Advanced Diploma of Graphic Design

16

English Language (ESL) Course in ESL

88

Certificate I in ESL (Access)

88

Certificate II in ESL (Access)

88

Certificate II in ESL (Employment)

89

Certificate III in ESL (Access)

89

Certificate III in ESL (Employment)

89

Certificate III in ESL (Further Study)

89

Certificate IV in ESL (Access)

89

Certificate IV in ESL (Employment / Professional) (AVOC)

89

Certificate IV in ESL (Further Study)

90

VCAL ESL (Business) (Intermediate)

90

English Language Intensive Course for Overseas Students

90

IELTS Preparation Course

90

Event Management

HAIRDRESSING VCAL Hair and Beauty (Intermediate or Senior) (A)

21

Certificate II in Hairdressing

21

Certificate II in Hairdressing / VET / VCAL / VCE

21

Certificate III in Hairdressing (A)

21

Certificate IV in Hairdressing

21

Certificate IV in Hairdressing (Make Up Stream)

22

Diploma of Hairdressing (Salon Management)

22

Health and Community Care Delivery of Units Leading To Endorsement For Enrolled Registered Nurses To Administer Medication

74

Pathways to Health

74

VCAL Allied Health (Intermediate and Senior)

74

VCAL Health and Community Careers (Intermediate or Senior)

74

Certificate III in Events

82

Certificate III Health Services Assistance

75

DUAL AWARD: Certificate III in Hospitality / Certificate III in Events

82 82

Certificate III in Health Services Assistance (Operating Theatre Technician)

75

MULTIPLE AWARD: Certificate III in Hospitality / Certificate III in Events / Certificate III in Tourism

82

DUAL AWARD: Certificate III in Aged Care / Certificate III in Home and Community Care

75

Diploma of Events Diploma of Hospitality

84

75

Diploma of Tourism

84

Certificate III in Home and Community Care (Traineeship and Industry)(T)

Advanced Diploma of Events

84

Certificate III in Sterilisation Services

75

Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance

75

Finance

Certificate IV in Home and Community Care

75

Certificate III in Financial Services (Accounts Clerical)

38

Certificate IV in Leisure and Health

76

Certificate IV in Accounting

38

Certificate IV in Pathology

76

Certificate IV in Financial Services (Bookkeeping) or Certificate IV in Financial Services (Accounting) In Alliance with Association of Accounting Technicians in Australia

39

Diploma of Nursing (Enrolled / Nursing)

76

Bachelor of Community Mental Health, Alcohol and Other Drugs

76

Diploma of Accounting

39

Diploma of Accounting (Deakin At Your Doorstep Program)

39

AG VET Chemical Users Course

66

Diploma of Financial Risk Management

39

Irrigation Installers Course

66

Advanced Diploma of Accounting

39

VCAL Landscaping (Intermediate or Senior) (P)

66

Certificate II in Horticulture

66

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Horticulture / Landscaping

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Certificate II in Horticulture (Turf) (T)

66

Certificate II in Horticulture (Landscape)

66

Certificate II in Production Horticulture (T) Certificate III in Horticulture

Justice/ Paralegal 40

66

DUAL AWARD: Diploma of Business Administration / Advanced Diploma of Legal Practice

67

Advanced Diploma of Justice

40

Certificate III in Horticulture (Parks and Gardens) (A)

67

Advanced Diploma of Legal Practice

40

Certificate III in Production Horticulture (A)

67

Certificate III in Horticulture (Landscape) (A)

67

Certificate III in Horticulture (Turf) (A)

67

Certificate III in Horticulture (Wholesale Nursery) (A)

67

Certificate IV In Horticulture

68

Diploma of Horticulture

68

Diploma of Horticulture Landscape

68

Diploma of Horticulture (Turf)

68

Diploma of Production Horticulture

68

Hospitality / Management Certificate II in Hospitality

85

Certificate III in Hospitality

85

Certificate IV in Hospitality (Patisserie)

85

Advanced Diploma of Hospitality

85

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Certificate I in Information Technology

47

Certificate II in Business Equipment Servicing (T)

47

DUAL AWARD: Certificate I in Business / Certificate II in Information Technology

47

Certificate II in Information Technology (T)

48

Certificate III in Information Technology (Games Creation)

48

Certificate III in Information Technology (Multimedia)

48

Certificate IV in Information Technology (Games Development)

48

Certificate IV in Information Technology (Websites) ONLINE (T)

48

Certificate IV in Information Technology (Networking)

48

Certificate IV in Information Technology (Programming)

49

DUAL AWARD: Certificate IV in Information Technology (Websites) / Certificate IV in Information Technology (Multimedia)

49

DUAL AWARD: Certificate IV in Information Technology (Websites) / Certificate IV in Marketing (Digital Marketing)

49

DUAL AWARD: Certificate IV in Information Technology (Websites) / Certificate IV in Information Technology (Networking)

49

Liberal Arts Diploma of Liberal Arts

LIBRARY/INFORMATION SERVICES Certificate IV in Library / Information Services (T)

52

Diploma in Library/ Information Services (T)

52

Literacy/ Numeracy/ Life and Work Certificate I in Mumgu-dhal Tyama-tiyt

91

Certificate I in General Education for Adults (Introductory)

91

Certificate I in General Education for Adults

91

Certificate I in Transition Education

91

Certificate I in Vocational Preparation (X-press Program)

91

Certificate I in Work Education

92

Certificate II in General Education for Adults

92

Certificate III in General Education for Adults

92

Logistics Forklift Training

40

Certificate II in Transport and Logistics (Warehousing and Storage) (T)

40

Certificate III in Transport and Distribution (Warehousing and Storage) (T)

41

Diploma of Logistics

41

Manufacturing Certificate III in Polymer Processing (T)

61

Certificate III in Process Manufacturing (T)

61

Certificate IV in Competitive Manufacturing (T)

61

Marine Mechanics Certificate II in Marine (P)

55

Certificate III in Marine (A) (T)

55

Marketing Certificate IV in Marketing (T)

41

Advanced Diploma of Marketing

41 41 41

Diploma of Information Technology (Software Development)

49

Diploma of Marketing

Diploma of Computer Systems Engineering

50

DUAL AWARD: Diploma of Information Technology (Networking) / Diploma of Information Technology (Website Development)

50

DUAL AWARD: Diploma of International Business / Advanced Diploma of Marketing

DUAL AWARD: Diploma of Information Technology (Website Development) / Diploma of Information Technology (Multimedia)

50

DUAL AWARD: Diploma of Information Technology (Software Development) / Advanced Diploma of Information Technology

51

DUAL AWARD: Diploma of Information Technology (Software Development) / Advanced Diploma of Information Technology (Deakin At Your Doorstep Program)

51

DUAL AWARD: Diploma of Information Technology (Systems Administration) / Diploma of Information Technology (Networking)

51

Advanced Diploma of Information Technology (Network Security)

51

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Massage Certificate IV in Massage Therapy

76

Diploma of Remedial Massage

76

Advanced Diploma of Remedial Massage (Myotherapy)

76

Meat Processing Certificate II in Meat Processing (Abattoirs) (T)

85

Certificate III in Meat Processing (Boning) (T)

85

Certificate III in Meat Processing (Slaughtering) (T)

86

Certificate III in Meat Processing (Meat Safety)

86

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Meat Processing Certificate IV in Meat Processing (Meat Safety)

86

Certificate IV in Meat Processing (Quality Assurance)

86

MULTIMEDIA / WEB DESIGN Certificate III in Media (Animation)

16

Certificate III in Information Technology (Multimedia) T

16

Certificate IV in Information Technology (Websites) ONLINE (T)

17

Certificate IV in Interactive Digital Media

17

DUAL AWARD: Certificate IV in Information Technology (Websites) / Certificate IV in Information Technology (Multimedia)

17

DUAL AWARD: Certificate IV in Information Technology (Websites) / Certificate IV in Marketing (Digital Marketing)

17

DUAL AWARD: Certificate IV in Information Technology (Websites) / Certificate IV in Information Technology (Networking)

17

Renewable Energy and Sustainability Certificate II in Renewable Energy

68

Certificate II in Water Industry Operations (T)

69

Certificate IV in Conservation and Land Management

69

Certificate IV in Renewable Energy

69

Diploma of Conservation and Land Management

69

Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology - Renewable Energy

69

Vocational Graduate Certificate in Ecotourism Management

69

Science Certificate II in Sampling and Measurement

61

Certificate III in Laboratory Skills (VET in Schools)

61

Certificate III in Science

62 62

Certificate IV in Screen and Media

17

Certificate IV in Laboratory Techniques

DUAL AWARD: Diploma of Information Technology (Networking) / Diploma of Information Technology (Website Development)

18

Certificate IV in Manufacturing Technology (T)

62

Certificate IV in Science

62

DUAL AWARD: Diploma of Information Technology (Website Development) / Diploma of Information Technology (Multimedia)

18

Diploma of Laboratory Technology (Specialising in Biological and Chemical Testing, Environment Monitoring)

62

Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media

18

Bachelor of Interactive Media Design

18

Nursing Delivery of Units Leading To Endorsement For Enrolled Registered Nurses To Administer Medication

77

VCAL Nursing (Senior)

77

Diploma of Nursing

77

Occupational Health and Safety Health, Safety and Environment Lead Auditor

42

Certificate IV in Occupational Health and Safety

42

Diploma of Occupational Health and Safety

42

Advanced Diploma of Occupational Health and Safety

42

PLUMBING VCAL Plumbing (Intermediate or Senior) (P)

27

Certificate II in Plumbing Pre Apprenticeship (P)

28

Certificate III in Plumbing (A)

28

Certificate IV in Plumbing and Services

28

Retail and Service

Sport, Recreation and Fitness VCAL Sport and Recreation (Intermediate or Senior)

77

Certificate II in Sport and Recreation (T)

77

Certificate III in Fitness

77

Certificate III in Sport and Recreation(T)

78

Certificate IV in Fitness

78

Certificate IV in Pilates Matwork Instruction

78

Certificate IV in Sport (Development)

78

Certificate IV in Sport and Recreation

78

Diploma of Outdoor Recreation

78

Diploma of Professional Pilates Instruction

78

Diploma of Sport and Recreation

80

Diploma of Sport (Development)

80

Tourism Certificate III in Tourism

86

MULTIPLE AWARD: Certificate III in Hospitality / Certificate III in Events / Certificate III in Tourism

86

Diploma of Tourism

87 87 87

Certificate II in Community Pharmacy

43

Advanced Diploma of Tourism

Certificate II in Retail

43

Vocational Graduate Certificate in Ecotourism Management

Certificate III in Community Pharmacy

43

Training and Assessment

Certificate III in Customer Contact (T)

43

Certificate IV in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages

Certificate III in Retail

43

Certificate IV in Training and Assessment

93

Certificate IV in Customer Contact (T)

43

Diploma of Training and Assessment

93

Diploma of Retail Management (T)

43

Diploma of Vocational Education and Training Practice

93

DUAL AWARD: Diploma of Vocational Education and Training Practice / Diploma of Training and Assessment

94

Graduate Certificate in Vocational Education and Training

94

Vocational Graduate Certificate in Industry Engagement and Development

94

Real Estate Training for Agents Representative Program

42

Certificate IV in Property Services (Real Estate) (T)

42

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Visual Arts Certificate III in Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Cultural Arts

18

Certificate IV in Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Cultural Arts

18

Diploma of Ceramics

19

Diploma of Visual Arts

19

Vocational Graduate Certificate in Public Art

19

Writing, Editing and Publishing Diploma of Professional Writing and Editing

19

Youth Work Certificate IV in Youth Work (Skills Set)

80

Diploma of Youth Work

80

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Where to find Chisholm All over the world The Australian qualifications that Chisholm delivers are valued all over the world. you will find Chisholm running courses, establishing training arrangements, and training trainers in many overseas countries.

In your workplace As well as apprenticeships and traineeships, many businesses need to have training to provide their workforce with knowledge and skills to stay up to date, and to grow. Chisholm reviews the training needs of organisations, assesses the current skills of employees, and tailor-designs programs to suit the workplace.

In south east Melbourne There are vital parts of learning that will always require hands-on instruction, in facilities set up for the purpose. Chisholm maintains modern training facilities in strategic locations throughout Melbourne’s south east region. For directions or further detail, call 1300 CHISHOLM or 1300 244 746.

Dandenong

121 Stud Road, Dandenong 3175 Melway: 90, F4 Public Transport: B  us nos 665, 697, 802, 804, 811, 862, 901. Train: Dandenong station 1.5km Birches Training Restaurant Lunch and dinner. Bookings essential

Frankston

Fletcher Road, Frankston 3199 Melway: 100A, E7 Public Transport: Bus nos 770-776, 779-785, 788, 790, 791,832, 833, 901. Train: Frankston station 30m Bunurong Training Restaurant Lunch and dinner. Bookings essential

Berwick

25 Kangan Drive, Berwick 3806 Melway: 111, C10 Public Transport: Bus nos 828, 834, 835, 837, 839, 842. Train: Berwick station 50m Berwick TEC 1800 THE TEC www.berwicktec.edu.au

MELBOURNE CBD

Cranbourne

New Holland Drive, Cranbourne 3977

DANDENONG

121 Stud Road Victoria, Australia 3175

BERWICK

25 Kangan Drive Victoria, Australia 3806

CRANBOURNE

Melway: 134, A6 Public Transport: Bus nos 790-792, 795-199. Train: Cranbourne station 1.4km

New Holland Drive Victoria, Australia 3977

FRANKSTON

Fletcher Road Victoria, Australia 3199

Mornington Peninsula Boneo Road, Rosebud 3939

MORNINGTON PENINSULA

Melway: 170, A8 Public Transport: Bus no 788, Peninsula Community Bus

Boneo Road Rosebud Victoria, Australia 3939

Casuarinas Training Restaurant Lunches only. Bookings essential BASS COAST

Corner Bass Highway & South Dudley Road Wonthaggi VIC

Bass Coast

Cnr White Road and South Dudley Road, Wonthaggi 3995 Phone: (03) 5671 2300 Melway: 512, S12

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Chisholm Institute has made every reasonable effort to ensure the most current information is available in this publication. For any updated information refer to our website www.chisholm.edu.au or phone 1300 CHISHOLM (1300 244 746). Employability Skills Summaries for training package qualifications can be downloaded from http://employabilityskills.training.com.au All information is correct at time of publication. Chisholm Institute reserves the right to alter this information and/or withdraw courses listed herein. ŠChisholm Institute August 2011

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