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Start Your Career at SuniTAFE 2012 Your guide to certificate IV, diploma and advanced diploma courses. SuniTAFE... a place for you!

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SuniTAFE is the largest vocational education provider in North West Victoria. Since 1979, SuniTAFE has helped more than 240,000 Australians realise their learning and creative potential. SuniTAFE has set them off down exciting new career paths, seen them start businesses of their own and enriched their lives with fulfilling new ways to spend their leisure time.

Studying at SuniTAFE

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Programs at SuniTAFE

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Further Study

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Services

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Need to Know

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Key Dates in 2012

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Course Information

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Automotive and Motorsports

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Building and Construction

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Business, Finance and Technology

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Community and Children’s Services

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Education and Training

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Engineering and Mining

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Foundation Skills

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Health

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Hospitality, Tourism and Events

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Land and Environment

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Visual Arts, Design and Multimedia

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Pathway Table

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Campus Maps

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Disclaimer Please note that the information given is intended as a guide for current and prospective students or interested persons. At the time of printing (November 2011), the information in this document was correct. However, changes may have occurred since printing. Accredited qualifications are subject to changes in training package specifications. Please contact your nearest SuniTAFE campus should you have any questions.


Studying at SuniTAFE

SuniTAFE is the leading provider of vocational education and training in North West Victoria. With more than 9000 students annually and 350 courses on offer across 33 different industries, the choices at SuniTAFE are many. A range of certificates, diplomas, advanced diplomas, apprenticeships, traineeships, short courses and specialised industry training are delivered across four regional campuses; Mildura, Swan Hill, Robinvale and the Mallee (Ouyen). Studying at SuniTAFE is an excellent pathway for people of all ages, from school leavers to those who have been in the workforce and would like to further their skills and qualifications or pursue a career change. Study can be undertaken full-time or part-time, on-campus or off-campus and in the workplace. Education and training at SuniTAFE involves more than just teaching skills. Our quality training facilities and expert teaching staff have strong industry-based experience and care about your needs. SuniTAFE courses are nationally accredited ensuring your qualification is relevant and respected by employers and other higher education providers.

are available towards a degree, depending on the University articulation pathway in place.

Diploma and advanced diploma graduates interested in higher education are able to apply to one of our University partners to pursue a degree and further their careers. Various levels of credits for SuniTAFE studies

By studying locally, you can live at home with your family, save money and stay connected to your friends and your community. Most importantly, you don’t have to travel far to gain a great education.

SuniTAFE is committed to building close links with industry on an ongoing basis, particularly in new and emerging industries such as renewable energy and sustainability to offer you more training options into the future.

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Programs at SuniTAFE

VET in Schools (VETiS) SuniTAFE is a leading provider of Vocational Education and Training in Schools (VETiS) programs to secondary schools across North West Victoria. VETiS studies combine general Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) or Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) with vocational training and experience in the workplace. A Vocational Education and Training (VET) program offers students the opportunity to complete a nationally recognised vocational qualification while providing credit towards the VCE or VCAL, just like other subjects. This qualification gives you access to further training to improve employment opportunities upon finishing school. VETiS: • Gives you a nationally recognised qualification and broad range of skills • Prepares you for the workplace and builds your networks • Provides eligibility for two certificates upon successful completion of both a VCE or VCAL and a VETiS program • May shorten the length of an apprenticeship program. VETiS is your chance to undertake some of your education as part of a SuniTAFE course while you’re still at school. VETiS can contribute to VCAL and VCE study and the ATAR score. To find out more about your options, discuss study plans with your VCAL or VCE Coordinator to learn how VETiS can work for you.

to experience and get prepared for a trade apprenticeship. Learn the basic skills without the need to secure employment first. Completion of a pre-apprenticeship course may reduce the time needed to complete an apprenticeship, depending on the relevant trade area.

School Based Apprenticeships SuniTAFE offers School Based Apprenticeship programs that allow secondary students to work with an employer and complete a nationally recognised qualification while continuing their secondary studies. A student wanting to do a School Based Apprenticeship will need to find an employer and have the support of their school and parents or guardian and sign a training contract. To find out more, speak with your school Careers Advisor.

Apprenticeships

Pre-apprenticeships SuniTAFE offers a selection of pre-apprenticeship courses to allow you

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SuniTAFE offers flexible on-the-job and off-the-job training and assessment options for apprentices and apprenticeship courses which can be delivered in a number of ways to best suit the individual and the trade area in which they work. SuniTAFE can also provide guidance to assist in identifying appropriate employment opportunities.

SuniTAFE provides a selection of courses geared for apprenticeships. Apprentices must first secure employment in their chosen job before commencing off-the-job training. During the apprenticeship, a person is contracted to an employer to learn all aspects of a trade both on and off the job.

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Traineeships SuniTAFE offers a number of courses which can be undertaken as a traineeship. Trainees must first secure employment in their chosen field before commencing off- the-job training with SuniTAFE. A traineeship is a contract between an employer and an employee for the provision of training and employment over a period of time. The employee (trainee) is given


the opportunity to undertake practical training both on and off the job in order to meet the requirements of a specific qualification. Traineeships can commence at any given period over a year and vary in duration.

Youth Programs SuniTAFE offers a program targeted for youth aged 15 to 20 years. A varied range of programs are designed to make learning fun, whilst providing essential basic skills. The program incorporates short 5 to 10 week courses across varied disciplines, such as building a bike or skateboard deck, metal fabrication, mechanics, grow your own food, hospitality and graphic art and design. This program allows young people to pursue further vocational education and training.

Enquire about skills recognition prior to or after commencing your training and education. You may obtain recognition of competency for specific units of a course or the entire course qualification, based on your competency assessment. Use the skills recognition process to increase your employment opportunities or to further enhance your education and training.

Skills Recognition

Koorie Training SuniTAFE offers an Indigenous program aimed to support Koorie students in their learning and pathways into further education and employment. The Koorie Unit has a dedicated team of Koorie Liason Officers who engage and interact with Koorie students to enable their learning outcomes. It is a place where students can meet and catch up with fellow Koorie students. Some of the programs offered include; Certificate I, II & III in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Arts (ATSICA) and the VCAL Intermediate & Senior.

Recognition of Prior Learning is the process of attaining formal nationally accredited qualifications based on your valuable work history, previous study and life experiences. Any combination of formal or informal training, education and work or life experience can be considered relevant to achieving recognition for certificate or diploma level qualifications. SuniTAFE offers skills recognition via the Skills Recognition Centre. The team guides you through the application process, interprets your prior experience, organises assessment of your application and follows up on your application to ensure a timely service. Your skills recognition application will involve the collection of evidence for relevant experience so that competencies can be assessed.

Short Courses SuniTAFE offers a range of short courses to enhance your work and lifestyle skills. Short courses are a great way to train, develop new skills and gain accreditation or to keep up with industry compliance and licensing requirements. Learn how to be creative, cook a tempting decadent dessert, make coffee like a true barista, give your pooch a designer clip or arrange a spectacular floral centerpiece. SuniTAFE short courses are presented by our highly skilled professionals who are experts at what they do!

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Further Study

Pathways to University SuniTAFE courses can give your tertiary education a kick start allowing you to gradually begin your pathway to higher education study in an excellent learning environment. SuniTAFE qualifications give people from a variety of backgrounds and contexts the opportunity to build learning pathways to university. Students may choose to extend their studies completed at SuniTAFE by applying to a related degree program at a higher education provider and may be eligible for credits towards a degree with one of the many providers with which SuniTAFE has partnerships. The following higher education providers have pathways from a SuniTAFE diploma or advanced diploma course to a nominated degree program. The level of credits available towards a degree program varies across each higher education provider. To find out more visit the website at http://www.sunitafe.edu.au/courses/University-Pathways.aspx

Certificate I Certificate II

VET Pathway

VET and University Study Pathways

Higher Education Partners

Certificate III (Trade Level)

Certificate IV Complete VCAL

University Pathway

Complete VCE

Diploma

Bachelor Degree Graduate Diploma

Advanced Diploma

Masters Degree Doctorial Degree

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Deakin @ Your Doorstep Deakin University together with SuniTAFE (and other TAFE partners across Victoria) offers a joint program delivering Diplomas in Children’s Services, Community Services and Accounting alongside the Deakin University Associate Degree of Arts, Business and Science. The SuniTAFE Swan Hill campus houses the state-of-the-art learning centre that links students to Deakin University for instant real time feedback from lecturers, networking opportunities with other students and one-on-one support from the campus. Studying a SuniTAFE diploma alongside the Deakin University associate degree provides a dual qualification that gives you practical skills to enter the workforce and a guaranteed pathway into an associate degree and a range of other bachelor degrees at Deakin. Students have the opportunity to learn where they live with supported entry to university and a guaranteed pathway (conditions apply) with up to 18 months credit towards a range of degrees at Deakin’s Warrnambool Campus.


Services

Child Care Centre TAFE Kids Inc is a quality childcare centre for community members and SuniTAFE students and staff who require child care. It caters for children aged from 6 weeks to 12 years. This is a not-for-profit community centre located at the SuniTAFE Mildura campus.

The SuniTAFE Information Centre The Information Centre introduces customers to SuniTAFE and helps them become students. The Information Centre team provides course information and enrolment advice to customers and students and works closely with teaching centres and Student Administration to provide a personalised service to ensure that each customer’s enrolment experience is easy and comfortable. The Information Centre is located at the front doors of the Mildura campus.

Skills Recognition Centre The SuniTAFE Skills Recognition Centre can provide advice to help you select the course that’s right for you. The friendly and supportive team will assist you to convert your valuable formal education, work and life experience into formal nationally accredited qualifications. You will be guided through the process and explained what relevant evidence needs to be submitted with your application. Ongoing follow-up is ensured to keep you informed.

Learning Resource Centre The Learning Resource Centre offers students a range of resources and access to services to support their studies at SuniTAFE. Located at the Mildura Campus, the Learning Resource Centre is conveniently situated on Level One, just up the stairs from the central hub area. Access for persons with a disability is available via

the elevator located off the central hub walkway. Services offered include: • Bookshop • Library • Printing & photocopying • Computer room - access to a wide variety of online resources and Microsoft Office Software • Internet access • IT assistance

Training Facilities Restaurant Restaurant Delice is a training facility at the Mildura campus that is open to the public offering fine food at reduced prices. Your meal is served and prepared by students comprising local industry commercial cookery apprentices, Certificate II in Hospitality (Kitchen Operations) and Certificate and Diploma of Hospitality (Front of House). All students work under the supervision of SuniTAFE teachers and other industry leaders. Beauty Salon SuniTAFE Beauty Salon is a training facility at the Mildura campus that offers a range of services and treatments available to the public such as facial treatments, waxing, pedicures, manicures, make-up and enhancements, at reduced prices. Hairdressing Salon SuniTAFE Hair Salon is a training facility at the Mildura campus that offers a range of services and treatments available to the public such as hair-cuts, styles, colours and treatments, at reduced prices. Services and treatments in both salons are performed by students studying at a certificate and diploma level. This provides SuniTAFE students with the opportunity to gain hands on training under the guidance of professional instructors using the latest equipment and products available.

Student Portal My SuniTAFE is the student portal that has features to assist students during their study time at SuniTAFE: • Stay connected with your friends and teachers • Access your SuniTAFE email account • Receive emails from teachers • Access your documents from home • Access e-learning resources • View your timetable • Submit your assignments online • Understand student policies and procedures • Find out what’s happening on campus. Go to my.sunitafe.edu.au

Student Residences SuniTAFE Student Residences is an independent communal living facility set in a spacious garden setting and is conveniently located on campus in Mildura. It provides affordable short and long term accommodation for full time students studying at SuniTAFE or La Trobe University. The residences can also accommodate apprentices during their block release.

Student Support Services SuniTAFE Student Support Services provides free and confidential services to students across all SuniTAFE campuses and aims to facilitate a positive learning environment for students. Services provided include information, advocacy, resources, disability support, counselling, personal wellbeing and referral services to meet individual needs. Staff are available to assist with personal and study related matters and are located at both the Mildura and Swan Hill campus. Mildura staff provide outreach services to the Mallee and Robinvale campuses.

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Need to Know

Your Qualifications Explained Certificate I An entry level qualification that provides you with foundation skills to undertake further study or help you prepare for employment in various job areas. These are pre-apprenticeships or pre-vocational courses.

Certificate II The next step to increasing skills learnt in Certificate I, secondary school or on-the-job training. This may be the minimum requirement for employment across some job areas or can lead to further higher level studies.

Certificate III Provides entry into various trade job areas, traineeships or other employment where skills and knowledge are necessary beyond the basic level.

Certificate IV A higher level entry point to expand your knowledge and prepare for work in skilled job areas. Completion of a Certificate III may be a requirement for some Certificate IV courses.

Diploma The ideal stepping stone to help you progress to a university degree or get started in a semi-professional job role. Skills gained can be applied to job roles that require analysis, planning, and theoretical knowledge and management techniques.

Advanced Diploma The highest level qualification to help you develop high-level skills in problem-solving, data analysis and industry expertise and provides access to further study at a university.

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Is there somebody who can assist me? Interested in enrolling? Your next step is to contact an Enrolment Advisor. The SuniTAFE Information Centre staff will discuss your options for study with you, give detailed advice about how to achieve your ultimate training goals and bring in training experts to consult with you about the specifics of your course. Your Enrolment Advisor will also be able to initiate any Skills Recognition for which you may be eligible and organise the paperwork for your application and enrolment process.

How do I apply? If you have found the course that suits your needs, your Enrolment Advisor will arrange the necessary application process for you. Some courses have specific entry requirements and application procedures which may involve interviews, attendance at information events and/or internal or external aptitude testing while some courses require that you have an informal chat with the trainer to decide on your training plan before enrolling. Please ask your Enrolment Advisor for more information.

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How can I get a quote? For most courses TAFE fees and charges are calculated based on the subjects in which you enrol. Your fees are also affected by whether you study on or off campus, meet the requirements for entry into a subsidised or full fee paying place in a course and whether you possess a valid concession card. The fees for diploma level courses are calculated differently but are still affected by numerous other factors. To obtain a quote on fees for your enrolment you will first need to decide on which course and subjects you will be studying by consulting with an Enrolment Advisor. Quotes based on this information can then be easily obtained from Student Administration.

Can I get a concession? Concessions can only be applied at a diploma or advanced diploma level to enrolments where the enrolling student is under 25 years of age. If you are eligible for entry into a subsidised place in your chosen course and you possess a valid Health Care Card or Pension Card, issued by Centrelink, you will be able to get a concession on your tuition fees.


Please make sure you advise your enrolment officer that you possess the card and bring it with you when you enrol. Student Administration staff will need to retain a copy of your card for our records. If you need to take proof of your enrolment to Centrelink or to your job network provider please advise your enrolment officer at the time of your enrolment. The appropriate documents can be provided on the spot.

How can I pay my fee?

• A valid concession card if you are eligible (e.g. Health Care Card, Pension Card etc.) • Valid Proof of Identification (e.g. drivers licence, passport, Medicare card, proof of age card etc.) • A completed Payment By Instalment form if this is your preferred method of payment as well as proof of your bank details such as a bank statement, passbook, print out from your internet banking or account information card from your bank. Once you have all the documentation you require your enrolment can be completed at Student Administration.

You will need to pay for your course at the same time that you enrol. Payment options include EFTPOS, cash, cheque or payment by instalment (via direct debit). Please ask for further details at Student Administration if you would like to set up a Payment By Instalment plan.

Administration has been advised by your teaching centre regarding your hours attended and any materials refund to which you may be entitled. Any refund entitlements are then calculated based on this information. For further information regarding the specifics of fee refunds for students who have withdrawn from study, please consult the Fee Refund information which can be found on the back of your Confirmation of Enrolment or ask at Student Administration.

What happens after I enrol? Welcome to SuniTAFE! After you have completed the enrolment process you will be able to obtain a student card from the Learning Resource Centre. This will allow you to access student resources such as computers and borrow resources from the library. Your timetable can be obtained from your teaching centre or accessed via the Student Portal.

If you are undertaking study at a diploma or advanced diploma level (and satisfy citizenship requirements) you are eligible for VET FEE-HELP. Please ask your Enrolment Advisor for more information regarding this.

What if I want to withdraw? If you wish to withdraw from your course, or perhaps from just a subject or two, please contact Student Administration. The staff will generate some paperwork for you to sign which will commence your withdrawal process.

How do I enrol? To complete your enrolment you will need: • A study plan detailing the units in which you will be enrolling which is obtained after your contact with an Enrolment Advisor and a trainer • A completed enrolment form which is available from the SuniTAFE Information Centre

They will also arrange a brief exit interview with our Senior Course Advisor to allow you to give us feedback on your reasons for withdrawal and to discuss any further study options with you. Your withdrawal paperwork will be completed by your teaching centre and processed by Student Administration. Your refund entitlements are examined as part of your withdrawal procedure. This does not happen at your initial request for withdrawal but takes place after Student Telephone 03 5022 3666

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Key Dates in 2012

January 1st 2nd 9th - 13th 11th 12th 25th 26th

June New Years Day New Years Day - public holiday SuniTAFE Enrolment Week International Student Nursing Orientation (Swan Hill Campus) International Student Nursing Orientation (Mildura Campus) International Student Orientation Day Australia Day - public holiday

11th Queen’s Birthday - public holiday 13th - 14th SuniTAFE Enrolment Days 18th - 20th Chefs of the Future Cooking Competition (Mildura Campus)

July 12th International Student Orientation Day 18th - 20th SuniTAFE Grow Your Career Exhibition

February

September

13th - 17th Student Orientation Week 22nd Awards Evening - Swan Hill Campus

7th Planning Day - SuniTAFE Campuses Closed 10th - 14th SuniTAFE Secondary School Visits 19th Careers Information Night

March 7th

Institute Graduation & Awards Evening (Mildura Campus) Labour Day - public holiday

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April 6th 7th 8th 9th 12th 25th

Good Friday - public holiday Easter Saturday Easter Sunday Easter Monday - public holiday International Student Orientation Day Anzac Day - public holiday

October 4th International Student Orientation Day 11th - 12th SuniTAFE Cultivator Regional Design Conference (Mildura Campus)

November 6th Melbourne Cup Day - public holiday 12th - 16th SuniTAFE Enrolment Week

December 25th 26th

Christmas Day - public holiday Boxing Day - public holiday

Important VTAC Dates Early August* VTAC applications open Late September* VTAC applications close Mid November* Closing date for late VTAC applications

Mid December* Final closing date for very late VTAC applications (very late fee applies) December* Change of preference date

*Please check the VTAC website www.vtac.edu.au for specific dates regarding VTAC applications.

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Course Information

Automotive and Motorsports Certificate IV in Automotive Technology Diploma of Automotive Technology

Education and Training 10 10

Building and Construction Certificate IV in Building and Construction

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Community and Children’s Services Diploma of Children’s Services (Early Childhood Education and Care) Advanced Diploma of Children’s Services Certificate IV in Child, Youth and Family Intervention (Child Protection) Certificate IV in Community Services Work Certificate IV in Disability Certificate IV in Employment Services Certificate IV in Mediation Diploma of Community Services Work Diploma of Employment Services

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Engineering and Mining Certificate IV in Engineering Diploma of Engineering - Advanced Trade

Business, Finance and Technology Certificate IV in Accounting Certificate IV in Bookkeeping Certificate IV in Finance and Mortgage Broking Diploma of Accounting Advanced Diploma of Accounting Certificate IV in Business Certificate IV in Business Administration Diploma of Business Diploma of Business Administration Certificate IV in Information Technology (Networking) Certificate IV in Information Technology (Websites) Diploma of Information Technology (Networking) Certificate IV in Frontline Management Certificate IV in Human Resources Certificate IV in Project Management Certificate IV in Small Business Management Diploma of Human Resources Management Diploma of Management Diploma of Project Management Advanced Diploma of Management Certificate IV in Marketing Certificate IV in Occupational Health and Safety Diploma of Occupational Health and Safety Diploma of Quality Auditing Certificate IV in Retail Management

Certificate IV in Education Support Certificate IV in Training and Assessment Diploma of Education Support Diploma of Training and Assessment

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Foundation Skills Certificate IV in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)

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Health Certificate IV in Aged Care Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance Certificate IV in Health Administration Certificate IV in Nursing (Enrolled/Division 2 Nursing) Diploma of Nursing (Enrolled/Division 2 Nursing)

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Hospitality, Tourism and Events Diploma of Events Certificate IV in Hospitality Certificate IV in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery) Diploma of Hospitality Certificate IV in Tourism

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Land and Environment Diploma of Conservation and Land Management Certificate IV in Horticulture Certificate IV in Production Horticulture Diploma of Horticulture Diploma of Production Horticulture Certificate IV in Irrigation Diploma of Irrigation Certificate IV in Laboratory Techniques Diploma of Laboratory Technology Diploma of Rural Business Management Diploma of Sustainability (Dual Qualification)

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Visual Arts, Design and Multimedia Certificate IV in Interactive Digital Media Diploma of Interactive Digital Media Diploma of Graphic Design Diploma of Visual Art

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Automotive and Motorsports Certificate IV in Automotive Technology

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Building and Construction Diploma of Automotive Technology

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Certificate IV in Building and Construction

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Course code AUR40208 Duration 1 year Selection By application

Course code AUR50205 Duration 2 years Selection By application

Course code CPC40110 Duration 1 year Selection By application

Course description In this qualification you will learn the skills and knowledge required to perform advanced diagnostic, troubleshooting and repair operations in an automotive retail, service and repair environment.

Course description In this qualification you will learn the skills and knowledge required to diagnose, analyse, evaluate, design and modify automotive electrical and mechanical systems. This course is suitable for those working within the automotive industry at the forefront of the implementation of new technologies.

Course description This course is recognised by the Building Practitioners Board as a qualification towards registration as a Domestic Builder.

Extra requirements Nil.

Extra requirements Nil.

Prerequisite Certificate IV in Automotive Technology or be able to demonstrate equivalent competence.

How to apply Direct to the Institute.

Extra requirements Nil.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Master Technician, Repair Manager or Vehicle Service Manager.

How to apply Direct to the Institute.

Prerequisite Year 12 or equivalent and or Certificate III in Automotive.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Diploma of Automotive Technology and further skill development.

Prerequisite Minimum 3 years Building and Construction industry experience.

How to apply Direct to the Institute. Career opportunities Possible job roles include working as a Domestic Builder.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Advanced Diagnostic Technician or Automotive System Designer.

Where to from here? Leads to further study in various diploma courses across building and construction areas and further skill development.

Where to from here? Leads to further skill development in the Automotive industry.

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Study Options

Study Mode

Campus Location

Course Start

FT Full Time PT Part Time N/A Not Applicable

OC FL TR AP SR

MI SH RO MA

JAN FEB JUL ON

On Campus Flexible Traineeship Apprenticeship Skills Recognition

Mildura Swan Hill Robinvale Mallee (Ouyen)

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Business, Finance and Technology Certificate IV in Accounting

FT PT

OC FL TR SR

Certificate IV in Bookkeeping

MI SH

FEB JUL ON

Course code FNS40610 Duration 6 months full time, 12 months part time or 24 months traineeship Selection Interview Course description This qualification will provide you with the skills and knowledge to work in the financial services sector and other industries requiring accounting support functions. This qualification is cited as meeting some of the requirements for registration as a provider of BAS service for a fee or other reward by the Tax Practitioners Board. Prerequisite Preferred pathway for those considering this qualification is Certificate III in Accounts Administration or relevant industry experience. Extra requirements Computer skills and literacy and numeracy assessments. How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Job outcomes include various work across Accounting that may include duties such as; BAS and other tax requirements, operational reporting of accounting information, supervising operations of computer-based financial systems, maintaining inventory records and accounting compliance. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the Diploma of Accounting or further skill development.

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N/A

FL TR SR

MI SH RO MA

Certificate IV in Finance and Mortgage Broking ON

N/A

FL TR SR

MI SH RO MA

ON

Course code FNS40210 Duration 1 year flexible or 24 months traineeship Selection Interview

Course code FNS40810 Duration 1 year flexible or 18 months traineeship Selection Interview

Course description This qualification is designed to reflect the job roles of contract bookkeepers and those performing bookkeeping tasks for organisations in a range of industries. Persons providing a BAS service must be registered by the Tax Practitioner’s Board and this qualification is currently cited as meeting the educational requirements for registration.

Course description This qualification reflects the job roles of individuals working in finance and mortgage broking.

Prerequisite Preferred pathway for those considering this qualification is Certificate III in Accounts Administration or relevant industry experience. Extra requirements Computer skills and literacy and numeracy assessments. How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Employment in various Bookkeeping job roles that may include duties such as; establishing and maintaining manual and computerised accounting systems, completing Business Activity Statements (BAS) and other financial statements, developing bookkeeping management systems for organisations and general administration.

Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Relevant industry experience. Computer skills, literacy and numeracy assessments. How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprentice Centre. Career opportunities Employment in various finance and mortgage broking job roles that may include duties such as; securing new clients and contracts, presenting broking options, preparing and presenting loan applications, assisting in settling loans, managing legislative and codes of practice obligations. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the Diploma of Accounting or further skill development.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the Diploma of Accounting or further skill development.

Study Options

Study Mode

Campus Location

Course Start

FT Full Time PT Part Time N/A Not Applicable

OC FL TR AP SR

MI SH RO MA

JAN FEB JUL ON

On Campus Flexible Traineeship Apprenticeship Skills Recognition

Mildura Swan Hill Robinvale Mallee (Ouyen)

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Diploma of Accounting

FT PT

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Advanced Diploma of Accounting

FEB ON

FT

OC FL

MI

Certificate IV in Business

JUL ON

FT

FL TR SR

MI SH RO MA

FEB ON

Course code FNS50210 Duration 1 year full time or 18 months traineeship Selection Interview

Course code FNS60210 Duration 6 months or part time equivalent Selection Interview

Course code BSB40207 Duration 1 year flexible or 18 months traineeship Selection By application

Course description This qualification reflects professional accounting job roles in financial services and other industries. It contributes to, but does not encompass, educational requirements for providing tax agent services.

Course description This qualification is designed to enable you to work in accounting and gain professional identification. You will gain knowledge in commercial and Australian tax law as well as basic accounting principles.

Prerequisite Certificate IV in Accounting (9 core units) or demonstrated relevant equivalent competency (may be demonstrated via the Skills Recognition process).

Prerequisite Successful completion of 9 core units from the Certificate IV in Accounting and 6 core units from the Diploma of Accounting or demonstrated relevant equivalent competency (may be demonstrated via the Skills Recognition process).

Course description This qualification will provide you with the skills and knowledge that can be applied in a wide variety of business contexts. Gain the ability to apply solutions to a defined range of unpredictable problems and analyse and evaluate information from a variety of sources.

Extra requirements Computer skills and literacy and numeracy assessments. How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Employment in Accounting positions that may include duties such as: introducing and maintaining accounting systems; maintaining internal control systems; preparing financial statements for non-reporting entity; preparing tax returns; reporting on business performance; managing small teams; developing business plans; and preparing accounting reports for management.

Prerequisite Preferred pathway for those considering this qualification is Certificate III in Business or other related qualification and relevant industry experience.

Extra requirements Computer skills and literacy and numeracy assessments.

Extra requirements Computer skills and literacy and numeracy assessment.

How to apply Direct to the Institute.

How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

Career opportunities Employment across various job roles in the Accounting profession. Where to from here? Leads to further skill development in Accounting. Pathways into various Bachelor Degree programs with SuniTAFE partner universities. Refer to pathways table on page 42.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include: Administrator or Project Officer. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the Diploma of Business or Business Administration or further skill development.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the Advanced Diploma of Accounting or further skill development. Pathways into various Bachelor Degree programs with SuniTAFE partner universities. Refer to pathways table on page 42.

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Business, Finance and Technology Certificate IV in Business Administration

N/A

FL TR SR

MI SH RO MA

Diploma of Business

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N/A

FL TR SR

Diploma of Business Administration

MI SH

FEB ON

N/A

Course code BSB40507 Duration 1 year flexible or 2 years traineeship Selection By application

Course code BSB50207 Duration 1 year flexible or 18 months traineeship Selection By application

Course description This qualification will provide you with well-developed administration skills and a broad knowledge base that can be applied in a wide range of administrative contexts. Learn to apply solutions to a range of unpredictable problems and analyse and evaluate information from a variety of sources.

Course description This qualification will provide you with the skills and knowledge across a wide range of business functions. Suitable for those who have sound business skills and knowledge and the desire to develop skills to pursue further educational and employment opportunities.

Prerequisite Preferred pathway for those considering this qualification is Certificate III in Business or other related qualification and relevant industry experience. Extra requirements Computer skills and literacy and numeracy assessment. How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include: Accounts Supervisor, Executive Personal Assistant, Office Administrator or Project Assistant. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the Diploma of Business or Business Administration or further skill development.

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FL TR SR

MI SH

ON

Course code BSB50407 Duration 1 year Selection By application Course description This qualification will help you acquire a sound theoretical knowledge base and the ability to use a range of specialised, technical or managerial competencies to plan, carry out and evaluate your own work or the work of a team.

Prerequisite Preferred pathway for those considering this qualification is BSB40207 Certificate IV in Business (or other relevant qualification) or industry experience in senior support roles.

Prerequisite Preferred pathway for those considering this qualification is BSB40507 Certificate IV in Business Administration or other relevant qualifications or industry experience in a range of environments in senior support roles.

Extra requirements Computer skills and literacy and numeracy assessments.

Extra requirements Computer skills and literacy and numeracy assessments.

How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Executive Officer, Program Consultant or Program Coordinator.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Administration Manager, General Office Manager or Office Manager.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the Advanced Diploma of Management or further skill development.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the Advanced Diploma of Management or further skill development.

Pathways into various Bachelor Degree programs with SuniTAFE partner universities. Refer to pathways table on page 42.

Pathways into various Bachelor Degree programs with SuniTAFE partner universities. Refer to pathways table on page 42.

Study Options

Study Mode

Campus Location

Course Start

FT Full Time PT Part Time N/A Not Applicable

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MI SH RO MA

JAN FEB JUL ON

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Certificate IV in Information Technology (Networking)

FT PT

OC TR SR

MI

FEB

Certificate IV in Information Technology (Websites)

FT PT

OC FL TR SR

MI

Diploma of Information Technology (Networking)

FEB

N/A

SR

MI

ON

Course code ICA40405 Duration 1 year full time or part time equivalent Selection Interview

Course code ICA40305 Duration 1 year full time or part time equivalent Selection Interview

Course code ICA50405 Duration Nil Selection Interview for skills recognition eligibility

Course description Develop your skills in the management of peer to peer and domain based local area networks. You will learn to install, administer, maintain and troubleshoot networks to meet the business needs of diverse clients.

Course description Develop your skills and knowledge in website design and administration to enable you to work with a variety of technologies, platforms and languages. You will learn to combine your creative flair and graphical knowledge to create web-based solutions to meet the business needs of diverse clients.

Course description Learn the skills and knowledge to be competent in high level network management and engineering. The qualification has a strong ICT networking base with the potential for inclusion of a range of broader ICT internetworking, security or e-business units to suit your particular needs.

Prerequisite Completion of the Certificate III in Information Technology (or above) or demonstrated equivalence. Computer skills and relevant experience that can demonstrate an understanding of the basic fundamentals of ICT knowledge and skills is necessary.

Prerequisite Completion of the Certificate III in Information Technology (or above) or demonstrated equivalence. Computer skills and relevant experience that can demonstrate an understanding of the basic fundamentals of ICT knowledge and skills is necessary.

Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy skills assessments.

Extra requirements Demonstrated skills and work experience.

How to apply Direct to the Institute.

How to apply Direct to the Institute.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Internet Webmaster, Internet/Intranet Administrator, Multimedia Content Author, Multimedia Graphic Designer, Web Administrator, Web Applications Developers, Web Developer/ Technical Writer, Web Development Officer, Web Graphic Designer, Website Coordinator, Website or Web Administrator.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Configuration Specialist, Enterprise Application Integration Consultant, E-security Analyst/Manager, Integration Analyst, Integration Centre Specialist, Intranet Engineer, Middleware Integration Specialist, Network Engineer, Senior Java Developer (Major Systems Integration), Solutions Architect and Systems Engineer.

Prerequisite Completion of the Certificate III in Information Technology (or above) or demonstrated equivalence. Computer skills and relevant experience that can demonstrate an understanding of the basic fundamentals of ICT knowledge and skills is necessary. Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy skills assessments. How to apply Direct to the Institute. Career opportunities Work as a Network Manager or Administrator within an organisation. Possible job roles include: Network Administrator, Network Manager, Network Operation Analyst, Network Operations Engineer, Network Operations Technician or Network Technician. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the Diploma of Information Technology (Networking) or further skill development.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the Diploma of Information Technology (Networking) or further skill development.

Where to from here? May lead to further studies in a higher education program or further skill development.

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Business, Finance and Technology Certificate IV in Frontline Management

FT PT

OC FL TR SR

MI SH

Certificate IV in Human Resources

FEB ON

N/A

FL TR SR

MI SH RO MA

Certificate IV in Project Management

ON

N/A

Course code BSB40807 Duration 6 months full time, 1 year flexible, 18 months traineeship Selection Interview

Course code BSB41007 Duration 1 year flexible, 18 months traineeship Selection By application

Course description This qualification will enable you to take the first line of management in a wide range of organisation and industry contexts. You may have existing qualifications and technical skills in any given vocation or profession, yet require skills or recognition in supervisory functions. Typically you would report to a manager.

Course description This qualification will enable you to work in a range of support positions in human resources management. In smaller companies you may work across all human resources functional areas and in larger companies you may be more involved on discrete functions such as remunerations, workforce planning or human resources information systems.

Prerequisite Preferred pathway for those considering this qualification is BSB31207 Certificate III in Frontline Management or other relevant qualifications or vocational experience in a supervisory role.

Prerequisite Preferred pathway for those considering this qualification is BSB30107 Certificate III in Business or other relevant qualifications or industry experience.

Extra requirements Computer skills and literacy and numeracy assessments. How to apply VTAC, direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Coordinator, Leading Hand, Supervisor or Team Leader. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the Diploma of Management or further skill development.

FL SR

MI

ON

Course code BSB41507 Duration 1 year flexible Selection By application Course description This course gives you the skills needed to for Project Management across multiple industries. This qualification is aimed at those who want to pursue a career in project management working as either a project team member or as a project officer. Prerequisite Preferred pathway for those considering this qualification is Certificate III in Business or other relevant qualifications or relevant industry experience. Extra requirements Computer skills and literacy and numeracy assessments.

Extra requirements Computer skills and literacy and numeracy assessments.

How to apply Direct to the Institute.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles includes; Human Resources Assistant, Human Resources Officer or Payroll Officer. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the Diploma of Human Resources Management or further skill development.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Project Coordinator, Project Management Officer, Project Team Member, Project or Program Administrator. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the Diploma of Project Management or further skill development.

Pathways into various Bachelor Degree programs with SuniTAFE partner universities. Refer to pathways table on page 42.

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Study Mode

Campus Location

Course Start

FT Full Time PT Part Time N/A Not Applicable

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MI SH RO MA

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Business, Finance and Technology Certificate IV in Small Business Management OC FL TR SR

PT

MI

Diploma of Human Resources Management ON

Course code BSB40407 Duration 6 months part time,1 year flexible, 18 months traineeship Selection Interview Course description This certificate is ideal for those who want to set up, purchase or operate a small business in Australia. You will learn the skills necessary to evaluate and manage the business as well as employees. Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Relevant industry experience. Computer skills, literacy and numeracy assessments. How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job role includes; Small Business Manager. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the Diploma of Management, Diploma of Business or further skill development.

N/A

FL SR

MI

Diploma of Management

ON

FT

Course code BSB50607 Duration 1 year Selection By application

MI SH

FEB JUL ON

Course code BSB51107 Duration 6 months full time, 1 year flexible, 18 months traineeship Selection Interview

Course description This qualification will give you the skills and knowledge needed for a foundation in human resources management. You will be able to demonstrate a range of managerial skills to ensure that human resources functions are done effectively in an organisation or business area. Suitable for those who would have responsibility for the work of other staff. Prerequisite Preferred pathway for those considering this qualification is Certificate IV in Human Resources Management (or relevant qualification) or relevant industry experience. Extra requirements Computer skills and literacy and numeracy assessments.

Course description This qualification will provide you with skills and knowledge to enable you to manage your own work or the work of a team or to enhance or review management practices within an industry or organisational setting. Skills learnt can be applied in various roles that require specific work requirements to do with managerial competencies. Prerequisite Preferred pathway for those considering this qualification is BSB40807 Certificate IV in Frontline Management or other relevant qualifications or vocational experience. Extra requirements Computer skills and literacy and numeracy assessments.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Human Resources Advisor, Human Resources and Change Manager, Human Resources Consultant, Human Resources Manager or Senior Human Resources Officer. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the Advanced Diploma of Management or further skill development. Pathways into various Bachelor Degree programs with SuniTAFE partner universities. Refer to pathways table on page 42.

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OC FL TR SR

How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Manager. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the Advanced Diploma of Management or further skill development. Pathways into various Bachelor Degree programs with SuniTAFE partner universities. Refer to pathways table on page 42.

Study Options

Study Mode

Campus Location

Course Start

FT Full Time PT Part Time N/A Not Applicable

OC FL TR AP SR

MI SH RO MA

JAN FEB JUL ON

On Campus Flexible Traineeship Apprenticeship Skills Recognition

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Diploma of Project Management

PT

OC SR

MI

FEB JUL

Advanced Diploma of Management

PT

OC SR

MI SH

Certificate IV in Marketing

FEB JUL

N/A

FL TR SR

MI

ON

Course code BSB51407 Duration 6 months Selection Interview and assessment

Course code BSB60407 Duration 1 year Selection Interview

Course description This qualification is suitable for those who are clearly and solely responsible for the management and leadership of a complex project, either as an employee of an organisation or as an external consultant. You will acquire the skills and knowledge to enable you to devise a comprehensive multi-faceted project plan, develop a stakeholder communications strategy, manage project budgets, apply multiple administrative and operational functions and manage a project team.

Course description This qualification will provide you with the skills and knowledge to be able to undertake senior or managerial responsibilities that oversees the work of others and provides strategic leadership. Suitable for managers or potential managers working in small to medium size businesses, operating in the domestic and international arena. Broaden your understanding of business management and leadership as well as your knowledge of strategic planning, innovation, risk management, quality management and staff development.

Prerequisite Preferred pathway for those considering this qualification is Certificate IV in Project Management or other relevant qualifications or relevant vocational experience.

Prerequisite Preferred pathway for those considering this qualification is BSB51107 Diploma of Management or other relevant qualifications or substantial vocational experience.

Extra requirements Selection criteria according to the Fast>>Track Program requirements.

Extra requirements Selection criteria according to the Fast>>Track Program requirements.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

How to apply Direct to the Institute.

How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Direct Marketing Officer, Market Research Assistant, Marketing Coordinator, Marketing Officer or Public Relations Officer.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Project Leader, Project Management Facilitator, Project or Program Administrator. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the Advanced Diploma of Management or further skill development. Pathways into various Bachelor Degree programs with SuniTAFE partner universities. Refer to pathways table on page 42.

Course code BSB41307 Duration 1 year flexible or 18 months traineeship Selection By application

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Area Manager, Department Manager or Regional Manager. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Business and Management or further skill development.

Course description This qualification will provide you with the skills and knowledge that can be applied in a broad range of marketing contexts. You will learn to apply solutions to a defined range of unpredictable problems, and analyse and evaluate information from a variety of sources. Enhance your leadership and provide guidance to others at work. Prerequisite Preferred pathway for those considering this qualification is BSB30110 Certificate III in Business or other relevant qualifications or vocational experience. Extra requirements Nil.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the Diploma of Business, Diploma of Management or further skill development.

Pathways into various Bachelor Degree programs with SuniTAFE partner universities. Refer to pathways table on page 42.

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Business, Finance and Technology Certificate IV in Occupational Health and Safety PT

FL

MI SH

Diploma of Occupational Health and Safety

FEB

PT

FL

MI SH

Diploma of Quality Auditing

FEB

N/A

FL SR

MI

ON

Course code BSB41407 Duration 1 year Selection Interview

Course code BSB51307 Duration 1 year Selection Interview

Course code BSB51607 Duration 1 year Selection By application

Course description This qualification reflects the role of individuals who use well-developed skills and a broad knowledge base in a wide variety of contexts. They apply solutions to a defined range of unpredictable problems, and analyse and evaluate information from a variety of sources. They may provide leadership and guidance to others with some limited responsibility for the output of others. This qualification would suit an OHS officer in a full-time dedicated role who works under the supervision of an OHS Coordinator or OHS Manager.

Course description This qualification reflects the role of individuals who coordinate and maintain the OHS program within an organisation. Individuals would possess a sound theoretical knowledge base and use a range of specialised, technical or managerial competencies to plan, carry out and evaluate their own work and the work of others with safety responsibilities.

Course description This qualification is essential for lead auditors. You will gain the required skills and knowledge to initiate and organise an audit with an auditee and learn how to prepare for leading an audit. This course will cover topics around reviewing and developing the audit plan, discussing processes with relevant stakeholders, delegating work to team members, leading the audit team, providing performance feedback to audit team members and reporting outcomes and actions of the audit. In addition, you will also be exposed to risk management systems.

Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Current industry experience is desireable. How to apply Direct to the Institute. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Occupational Health and Safety Coordinator or Occupational Health and Safety Officer. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the Diploma of Occupational Health and Safety or further skill development.

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Prerequisite Preferred pathway for those considering this qualification is Certificate IV in Occupational Health and Safety or equivalent industry experience. Extra requirements Nil. How to apply Direct to the Institute.

Prerequisite Preferred pathway for those considering this qualification is Certificate IV in Business or other relevant qualifications or experience in auditing. Extra requirements Computer skills and literacy and numeracy assessments.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; OH&S Manager, OH&S Consultant or Senior OH&S Officer.

How to apply Direct to the Institute.

Where to from here? Leads to further skill development in Occupational Health and Safety. Pathways into various Bachelor Degree programs with SuniTAFE partner universities. Refer to pathways table on page 42.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Quality Assurance Manager, Quality Facilitator or Quality and Improvement Consultant. Where to from here? Leads to further skill development in Quality Auditing.

Study Options

Study Mode

Campus Location

Course Start

FT Full Time PT Part Time N/A Not Applicable

OC FL TR AP SR

MI SH RO MA

JAN FEB JUL ON

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Business, Finance and Technology

Community and Children’s Services

Certificate IV in Retail Management

PT

FL TR

MI SH RO

Course description This qualification provides you with the skills and knowledge for an individual to be competent in the first line management skills of those working in the retail and/or wholesale industries. It applies to those who are managing a small retail outlet, a section or department within a larger retail store, a small wholesale outlet, or a section or department within a larger wholesale business. Prerequisite Must be employed as a trainee and have recognised ability in units from the Certificate III in Retail or Certificate III in Wholesale demonstrated via skills recognition or relevant industry experience. Extra requirements Nil. How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Store Manager, Department Manager, Merchandise Manager, Sales Manager, Customer Service Manager or Shift Manager. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Retail Management or further skill development.

Advanced Diploma of Children’s Services

(Early Childhood Education and Care)

FT PT

ON

Course code SIR40207 Duration 1 year Selection Interview

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Diploma of Children’s Services

OC FL TR SR

MI SH RO MA

FEB ON

PT

Course code CHC50908 Duration 2 years full time or part time equivalent Selection Interview and attendance to the course information session Course description This course is designed to prepare you to be responsible for the planning and implementation of quality programs for children to best meet their developmental needs. Prerequisite Nil.

FL SR

MI SH

ON

Course code CHC60208 Duration 1 year Selection Interview Course description This qualification provides you with the skills and knowledge to enable you to work across children’s services at an advanced level in early childhood education and care. It will enable you to provide specialist services, act as a resource for other workers, supervise staff within a practice (including volunteers), work intensively with clients and work with clients who have complex needs. Prerequisite Diploma of Children’s Services (Early Childhood Education and Care).

Extra requirements Working with Children Check, Victorian Police Check and literacy skills assessment. How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Child Care Worker, Authorised Supervisor, Centre Manager or Director across the Children’s Services sector. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Children’s Services or further skill development. Pathways into various Bachelor Degree programs with SuniTAFE partner universities. Refer to pathways table on page 44.

Extra requirements Current employment in the Children’s Services industry at a Director or Team Leader/Coordinator level. How to apply Direct to the Institute. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Child and Family Support Service Coordinator, Children’s Services Coordinator, Inclusion Support Facilitator or Service Director. Where to from here? Leads to further skill development in Children’s Services.

Study Options

Study Mode

Campus Location

Course Start

FT Full Time PT Part Time N/A Not Applicable

OC FL TR AP SR

MI SH RO MA

JAN FEB JUL ON

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Certificate IV in Child, Youth and Family Intervention (Child Protection) FT PT

TR SR

MI SH RO MA

ON

Certificate IV in Community Services Work FT PT

TR SR

MI SH RO MA

Certificate IV in Disability

FT PT

ON

FL TR SR

MI SH RO MA

ON

Course code CHC41508 Duration 2 years full time or part time equivalent Selection By application

Course code CHC40708 Duration 2 years full time or part time equivalent Selection By application

Course code CHC40308 Duration 2 years full time or part time equivalent Selection Interview

Course description This qualification provides you with the skills and knowledge to be able to work across organisations providing youth and family intervention, including practice specialisations in residential and out of home care, child protection, family support and early intervention.

Course description This course will provide you with the knowledge and skills to enable you to perform a range of services and interventions for clients, and/or implement community education and interventions.

Course description This course provides you with the training to enable you to work in the disability sector supporting people with disabilities and enhancing their ability to achieve levels of independence, self-reliance and community participation.

Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Working With Children Check and Victorian Police Check. Current industry employment (minimum 13 hours per week). How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Case Worker, Child Protection Worker, Early Intervention Worker or Out of Home Care Provider. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the Diploma of Community Services Work or further skill development.

Prerequisite Nil.

Prerequisite Nil.

Extra requirements Working With Children Check and a Victorian Police Check. How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Case Worker, Community Services Worker, Community Support Worker, Health Education Officer or Welfare Support Worker. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the Diploma of Community Services Work or further skill development.

Extra requirements A Victorian Police Check, a Working With Children Check and literacy skills assessment. How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Behavioural Support Officer, Development Officer, Residential Care Officer or Disability Officer. Where to from here? Leads to further skill development in Disability Services.

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Community and Children’s Services Certificate IV in Employment Services

N/A

SR

MI

Certificate IV in Mediation

FT PT

ON

Course code CHC42008 Duration Nil Selection Interview Course description This qualification provides you with the skills and knowledge needed to provide a range of programs and services to individuals and groups of clients and employers to support them in locating, securing and maintaining suitable employment. You will gain an understanding of access and equity issues including cultural diversity, Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander and disability issues to be able to work with local communities in the provision of services. Prerequisite Relevant work experience and assessment of competencies via Skills Recognition process. Extra requirements Nil. How to apply Direct to the Institute.

TR SR

Diploma of Community Services Work MI SH RO MA

FT PT

ON

Course code CHC42308 Duration 2 years full time or part time equivalent Selection Interview Course description This course provides you with the training to enable you to work in the community services industry to support the practice of mediation and co-mediation across a broad range of agencies, community groups and families. Prerequisite Nil.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the Diploma of Employment Services or further skill development.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the Diploma of Community Services Work or further skill development.

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FEB

Course code CHC50608 Duration 2 years full time or part time equivalent Selection interview and attendance to the course information session Course description This course will provide you with the skills and knowledge to enable you to undertake work as a professional Community Services Worker across a variety of settings within the social and community services industry.

Extra requirements Basic computer skills, literacy skills assessment and individual written test.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Employment Consultant, Client Services Officer, Training and Placement Officer.

MI SH

Prerequisite Relevant industry experience or completion of two pre requisite units (from Diploma of Community Services Work) prior to commencement.

Extra requirements A Victorian Police Check and literacy skills assessment. Current industry employment (minimum 13 hours per week).

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Indigenous Connection Worker, Indigenous Family Consultant, Mediation Case Worker, Mediation Worker, Mediator or Specialist Mediation Worker.

OC SR

How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Assessor, Case Coordinator, Community Services Worker, Coordinator Family Services, Early Intervention Worker or Social Welfare Worker. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Community Services Work or further skill development. Pathways into various Bachelor Degree programs with SuniTAFE partner universities. Refer to pathways table on page 44.

Study Options

Study Mode

Campus Location

Course Start

FT Full Time PT Part Time N/A Not Applicable

OC FL TR AP SR

MI SH RO MA

JAN FEB JUL ON

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Community and Children’s Services Diploma of Employment Services

N/A

SR

MI

Education and Training Certificate IV in Education Support

FT PT

ON

Course code CHC51608 Duration Nil Selection Interview Course description This qualification will provide you with skills and knowledge needed to work across senior case management roles in delivering employment services to clients and employers and to supervise other workers.

OC TR

MI SH

Certificate IV in Training and Assessment

JUL

PT

Course code CHC41708 Duration 6 months full time or part time equivalent Selection interview and attendance to the course information session

Prerequisite Nil.

Course description This qualification will enhance your skills and assist you to enhance your career as an Education Support Worker and is the next step if you have completed studies in the Certificate III in Education Support.

Extra requirements Relevant work experience and assessment of competencies via Skills Recognition process.

Prerequisite Certificate III in Education Support or equivalent.

How to apply Direct to the Institute.

Extra requirements A Working With Children Check is required prior to work placement and employment in schools.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Senior Case Manager, Employment Services Site/Branch Manager, Employment Services Team Leader, Employment Services Program Manager or Senior Employment Consultant. Where to from here? Pathways into various Bachelor Degree programs with SuniTAFE partner universities. Refer to pathways table on page 44.

OC

MI SH MA

FEB

Course code TAE40110 Duration 6 months Selection Interview and attendance to the course information session Course description This qualification will enable you to develop the skills needed to deliver training and assessment services in an industry area or area of subject matter expertise. Prerequisite Adequate numeracy & literacy skills, computer skills and oral communication skills. Extra requirements Nil. How to apply Direct to the Institute. Career opportunities Work as a Trainer and/or Assessor in a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) or in a similar role in organisations that are not RTO’s.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Education Assistant, Education Support Worker, Language Worker, Teacher Aide or Teacher Assistant.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the Diploma of Training & Assessment or further skill development.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the Diploma of Education Support or further skill development.

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Study Options

Study Mode

Campus Location

Course Start

FT Full Time PT Part Time N/A Not Applicable

OC FL TR AP SR

MI SH RO MA

JAN FEB JUL ON

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Education and Training

Engineering and Mining

Diploma of Education Support

N/A

SR TR

MI SH

ON

Course code CHC51308 Duration Traineeship duration based on training plan agreement and unit selection Selection By application Course description This qualification enhances the practical skills and knowledge required to provide assistance and support to teachers in the classroom to facilitate learning. Prerequisite Certificate IV in Education Support or equivalent. Extra requirements A Working With Children Check and Education Department Criminal Record Check are required prior to work placement and employment in schools. How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include: Education Assistant, Education Support Worker, Language Worker, Teacher Aide or Teacher Assistant. Where to from here? Leads to further skill development in Education Support.

Diploma of Training and Assessment

N/A

SR

MI SH

Certificate IV in Engineering

ON

PT

FL AP SR

MI SH

ON

Course code TAA50104 Duration Nil Selection By application

Course code MEM40105 Duration 1 year or 4 year apprenticeship Selection By application

Course description This course will provide you with specific competencies needed to enable you to engage in advanced training and assessment practice. Competencies gained include; development of training products, provision of training advisory and consultancy services and leadership and co-ordination of training and assessment services.

Course description This course is designed for existing tradespeople or apprentices requiring additional training skills in the engineering area. Competencies are selected on an individual needs basis.

Prerequisite Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.

Prerequisite A Certificate III in Engineering or demonstrated high level skills gained from relevant experience. Extra requirements Nil.

Extra requirements Nil.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

How to apply Direct to the Institute. Career opportunities Work as a Trainer or Assessor in a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) or in a similar role in organisations that are not RTO’s. Where to from here? Leads to skill development in Training and Assessment.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Engineering Tradesperson. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the Diploma of Engineering or further skill development to an advanced trade level.

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Pathways into various Bachelor Degree programs with SuniTAFE partner universities. Refer to pathways table on page 44.

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Foundation Skills

Engineering and Mining Diploma of Engineering - Advanced Trade

N/A

SR

MI

Certificate IV in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)

ON

Course code MEM50105 Duration Nil Selection Interview for skills recognition eligibility Course description This qualification has been specifically developed to meet the needs of apprentices in an Engineering trade who choose to study at a higher level during their apprenticeship, or for people who are existing engineering Tradespersons. Prerequisite Certificate IV in Engineering or relevant work experience. Extra requirements Nil. How to apply Direct to the Institute. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Engineering Manager, Supervisor or Technician. Where to from here? Leads to further skill development in Engineering.

Health

PT

OC FL

MI

Certificate IV in Aged Care

FEB

PT

FL TR SR

MI SH RO MA

ON

Course code 40540SA Duration 1 year part time Selection Interview

Course code CHC40108 Duration 1 year or part time equivalent Selection By application

Course description This course is designed to offer participants practical training in language teaching, with some theoretical background in language and cultural awareness. The focus of the course is to develop skills for practical classroom teaching.

Course description This course will prepare you for work primarily across residential facilities. You will gain competencies to enable the provision of services to individuals with complex needs and to work with groups of older people. Prerequisite Certificate III in Aged Care (or equivalent).

Prerequisite Minimum requirement is completion of Year 12 or equivalent.

Extra requirements Victorian Police check. Current industry employment (minimum 13 hours per week).

Extra requirements Completion of language task at interview.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

How to apply Direct to the Institute. Career opportunities Graduates of this course will meet the minimum specialisation requirements for teaching English to speakers of other languages as required by the National English language Teaching Accreditation Scheme (NEAS). For further information refer to the NEAS website http://www.neasaustralia.com/ fst/html

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Accommodation Support Worker, Care Team Leader, Day Activity Worker, Program Coordinator - Social Programs or Support Worker. Where to from here? Leads to further skill development in Aged Care.

Where to from here? May lead to employment outcomes in teaching, however, students are required to hold a degree or a three year diploma to gain employment in the teaching sector (in Australia). Graduates wishing to teach overseas should check with individual institutions for qualification requirements.

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Course Start

FT Full Time PT Part Time N/A Not Applicable

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MI SH RO MA

JAN FEB JUL ON

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Health

Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance

PT

TR SR

MI SH RO MA

Certificate IV in Health Administration

ON

PT

TR SR

MI SH RO MA

Certificate IV in Nursing

(Enrolled/Division 2 Nursing)

ON

FT

Course code HLT42507 Duration 1 year or part time equivalent Selection By application

Course code HLT43207 Duration 1 year or part time equivalent Selection By application

Course description This qualification will enable you to provide therapeutic and program related support to allied health professionals.

Course description This qualification will enable you to provide administrative functions in the health services sector where you may be required to work autonomously or as a senior member of staff in an administrative team.

Prerequisite Must be employed as an Allied Health Assistant trainee (minimum 13 hours per week). Extra requirements Victorian Police check. How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Therapy Assistant, Physiotherapy Assistant, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Nutrition Assistant, Community Rehabilitation Assistant, Podiatry Assistant, Speech Pathology Assistant, Allied Health Assistant or Dietetic Assistant. Where to from here? Leads to further skill development in Allied Health Assistance. Pathways into various Bachelor Degree programs with SuniTAFE partner universities. Refer to pathways table on page 45.

Prerequisite Current employment in the Health Industry (minimum 13 hours per week). Extra requirements Victorian Police check. How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

OC TR

MI SH

JAN

Course code HLT43407 Duration 1 year Selection Interview and VETASSESS Test and attendance to course information session Course description Successful completion of this course enables you to apply for registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia on the Nurses Register via AHPRA as an Enrolled Nurse (EN). Enrolled Nurses work under the supervision of Registered Nurses in the Health and Community Services industries. Anatomy, Physiology, Mathematics and English updates will be available online for Enrolled nurses wishing to attain entry into the medication endorsement program. Prerequisite Nil.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Administration Supervisor, Practice Manager, Senior Clerk, Executive Assistant, Ward Clerk, Medical Records Section Leader, Senior Clinical Coder, Team Leader (Clinical Services) or Business Manager. Where to from here? Leads to further skill development in Health Administration.

Extra requirements A Victorian Police Check, a Working With Children Check and literacy and numeracy assessments. How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Enrolled Nurse. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the Diploma of Nursing (Enrolled/Division 2 Nursing) or further skill development. Pathways into various Bachelor Degree programs with SuniTAFE partner universities. Refer to pathways table on page 45.

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Hospitality, Tourism and Events Diploma of Nursing

Diploma of Events

(Enrolled/Division 2 Nursing)*

FT

OC

MI SH

JAN

FT

OC

Certificate IV in Hospitality

MI

FEB

OC TR

FT

MI SH RO MA

FEB ON

Course code HTL51607 Duration 18 months Selection Interview and VETASSESS Test

Course code SIT50207 Duration 18 months Selection Interview

Course code SIT40307 Duration 1 year Selection By application

Course description Successful completion of this course enables you to apply for registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia on the Nurses Register via AHPRA as an Enrolled Nurse (EN). Enrolled Nurses work under the supervision of Registered Nurses in the Health and Community Services industries. Anatomy, Physiology, Mathematics and English updates will be available online for Enrolled nurses wishing to attain entry into the medication endorsement program.

Course description This qualification will provide you with a broad range of event management skills, including significant communication, planning and organisations skills. You will gain a detailed knowledge of event management processes.

Course description This qualification provides you with the skills to be competent in skilled operations and leading or supervising a team across various hospitality working environments, such as; restaurants, hotels, motels, clubs, pubs, cafes and shops.

Prerequisite Certificate III qualification in an events related area, or paid or voluntary employment experience at an operational, coordination or management level in an events related field.

Prerequisite Nil.

Extra requirements Nil.

How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Victorian Police Check and literacy and numeracy assessment. How to apply Direct to the Institute. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Enrolled Nurse. Where to from here? Pathways for various Bachelor Degree programs with SuniTAFE partner universities is currently under review. *Pending registration with AHPRA.

How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Event Coordinator, Venue Coordinator, Conference Coordinator or Exhibitions Coordinator. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Events or further skill development.

Extra requirements Nil.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Food and Beverage Supervisor, Front Office Supervisor, Concierge, Butler or Gaming Supervisor. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the Diploma of Hospitality or further skill development.

Pathways into various Bachelor Degree programs with SuniTAFE partner universities. Refer to pathways table on page 45.

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Hospitality, Tourism and Events Certificate IV in Hospitality

Diploma of Hospitality

(Commercial Cookery)

FT

OC

MI

FEB ON

FT

OC

Certificate IV in Tourism

MI

FEB

PT

TR

MI SH RO

ON

Course code SIT40407 Duration 18 months Selection Interview

Course code SIT50307 Duration 18 months Selection Interview

Course code SIT40207 Duration 3 years Selection By application

Course description This qualification will provide you with the skills and knowledge to become a qualified chef or cook in a supervisory or team leading role in a commercial kitchen. Work could be undertaken in various kitchen settings, such as in restaurants, hotels, clubs pubs, cafes, cafeterias and coffee shops.

Course description This qualification will provide you with the skills and knowledge to perform management duties within any hospitality setting. You will gain a sound theoretical knowledge base to use a range of specialised, technical or managerial competencies to plan, carry out and evaluate your work and/or the work of your team. Work would be undertaken in various hospitality settings, such as restaurants, hotels, catering operations, motels, clubs, pubs, cafes and coffee shops.

Course description This qualification provides you with the skills and knowledge to be competent in a broad range of highly-developed technical tourism sales and marketing, operational or tour delivery. The qualification allows for multi-skilling or for specialisation in a limited range of skills that specifically relate to either tourism operations or marketing coordination. Work would be undertaken in an office environment where the planning of tourism products and services takes place, in the field where tourism products are delivered or a combination of both. The field includes any destination, local or regional area, tourist precinct, site, attraction or on-board form of transportation.

Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Nil.

Prerequisite Nil.

How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute.

Extra requirements Nil.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Chef, Chef de Partie or Kitchen Operations Supervision.

How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the Diploma of Hospitality or further skill development.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Restaurant Manager, Kitchen Manager, Front Office Manager, Housekeeper, Chef, Sous Chef, Gaming Manager, Motel Manager or Unit Manager (Catering Operations).

Extra requirements Nil. How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Sales Coordinator or Executive, Marketing Coordinator, Product Coordinator, Promotions Officer or Corporate Account Manager.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the Advanced Diploma of Hospitality or further skill development. Pathways into various Bachelor Degree programs with SuniTAFE partner universities. Refer to pathways table on page 45.

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Prerequisite Current employment on a traineeship.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Tourism or further skill development.

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Course Start

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Land and Environment Diploma of Conservation and Land Management FT PT

OC FL TR

MI

Certificate IV in Horticulture

FEB ON

FT PT

OC FL TR

Certificate IV in Production Horticulture

MI

FT PT

ON

OC FL TR

MI RO

ON

Course code RTD50102 Duration 1 year full time or part time equivalent Selection Interview

Course code RTF40103 Duration 1 year full time or part time equivalent Selection Interview

Course code RTE40503 Duration 1 year full time or part time equivalent Selection Interview

Course description This course will enable you to strengthen your previous knowledge and skills allowing you to move into coordination and management roles within the Environmental Management industry.

Course description This qualification will allow you to develop your post-trade skills and knowledge across a broad coverage of the industry prior to undertaking higher level roles across various aspects of the Horticultural industry.

Prerequisite Preferred pathway for those considering this qualification is Certificate III in Conservation and Land Management (or higher) or relevant industry experience.

Prerequisite Certificate III in Horticulture or current industry experience.

Course description This qualification will allow you to develop post-trade skills and knowledge to become a specialist within the production horticulture industry. It is designed to meet the needs of supervisors or team leaders in the production horticulture industry. This qualification would enable you to pursue a career in a broad range of horticultural pursuits.

Extra requirements Nil. How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Lands, Parks and Wildlife Manager or Senior Ranger.

Prerequisite Nil.

Extra requirements Nil.

Extra requirements Nil.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

How to apply Direct to the Institute.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Senior Horticulturist or Horticulture Team Leader.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Nursery Production Managers, Botanical Landscaper, Floriculture Farm Supervisor, Farm Team Leader or Farm Supervisor.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the Diploma of Horticulture or further skill development.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Conservation and Land Management or further skill development.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the Diploma of Production Horticulture or the Diploma of Horticulture or further skill development.

Pathways into various Bachelor Degree programs with SuniTAFE partner universities. Refer to pathways table on page 46.

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Course Start

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MI SH RO MA

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Land and Environment Diploma of Horticulture

FT PT

OC FL TR

Diploma of Production Horticulture

MI

FEB ON

FT PT

OC FL TR

MI

Certificate IV in Irrigation

FT PT

ON

OC FL TR

MI RO

ON

Course code RTF50103 Duration 1 year or part time equivalent Selection Interview

Course code RTE50303 Duration 1 year or part time equivalent Selection Interview

Course code RTE40203 Duration 1 year or part time equivalent Selection Interview

Course description This course will enable you to develop the skills required to obtain a career as a manager of a horticultural, gardening, or nursery/landscape enterprise.

Course description This course will enable you to develop the skills required to obtain a career as a manager of a horticultural, gardening, or nursery/landscape enterprise.

Course description This qualification will allow you to develop your post-trade skills and knowledge to become a specialist with the irrigation industry.

Prerequisite Certificate III or IV in Horticulture or current industry experience.

Prerequisite Certificate III in Production Horticulture or relevant industry experience.

Extra requirements Nil.

Extra requirements Nil.

How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

How to apply Direct to the Institute.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Senior Horticulturist, Parks and Garden Manager or Horticulture Enterprise Manager. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Horticulture or further skill development.

Prerequisite Certificate III in Irrigation or relevant industry experience. Extra requirements Nil. How to apply Direct to the Institute. Career opportunities Possible job roles include various management roles within the irrigation industry.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Horticultural Operations Manager.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the Diploma of Irrigation or further skill development.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Production Horticulture or further skill development. Pathways into various Bachelor Degree programs with SuniTAFE partner universities. Refer to pathways table on page 46.

Pathways into various Bachelor Degree programs with SuniTAFE partner universities. Refer to pathways table on page 46.

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Course Start

FT Full Time PT Part Time N/A Not Applicable

OC FL TR AP SR

MI SH RO MA

JAN FEB JUL ON

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Land and Environment Diploma of Irrigation

FT PT

FL TR

Certificate IV in Laboratory Techniques

MI RO

ON

PT

FL TR

MI

Diploma of Laboratory Technology

FEB ON

PT

FL TR

MI

ON

Course code AHC51610 Duration 1 year or part time equivalent Selection Interview

Course code MSL40109 Duration 2 years or part time equivalent Selection Interview

Course code MSL50109 Duration 1 year or part time equivalent Selection Interview

Course description This course will provide you with the skills and knowledge required to enable you to undertake senior management roles in the irrigation industry.

Course description This qualification provides you with the skills and knowledge required to perform a range of laboratory techniques to conduct tests and sampling in a variety of industry sectors.

Course description This qualification offers you broad or specialised technical training in a range of laboratory technologies, data analysis and software use.

Prerequisite Certificate IV in Irrigation or current industry experience.

Prerequisite Nil.

Extra requirements Nil. How to apply Direct to the Institute. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Irrigation Business Manager. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the Irrigation Management or further skill development. Pathways into various Bachelor Degree programs with SuniTAFE partner universities. Refer to pathways table on page 46.

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Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Nil.

Extra requirements Nil. How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include a range of positions across research and development laboratories.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Laboratory Manager, Technical Officers, Laboratory Technicians or Laboratory Analysts. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Laboratory Operations or further skill development.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the Diploma of Laboratory Technology or further skill development.

Pathways into various Bachelor Degree programs with SuniTAFE partner universities. Refer to pathways table on page 46.

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Campus Location

Course Start

FT Full Time PT Part Time N/A Not Applicable

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MI SH RO MA

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Visual Arts, Design and Multimedia Diploma of Rural Business Management PT

FL TR

MI SH RO MA

Diploma of Sustainability

Certificate IV in Interactive Digital Media

(Dual Qualification)

ON

PT

FL

MI

Course code RTE50403 Duration 2 years or part time equivalent Selection Interview

Course code 22105VIC Duration 6 months Selection Interview

Course description This qualification provides you with the skills and knowledge to undertake management roles across farms, stations and related rural businesses.

Course description In this qualification you will learn to apply the concepts of sustainability to your chosen field of study by implementing knowledge and skills gained on community change management, innovation and empowerment, sustainable business planning and production and consumption patterns.

Prerequisite Certificate IV in Rural Business or relevant industry experience. Extra requirements Nil. How to apply Direct to the Institute. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Farm Manager, Farm Administrator, Production Unit Manager, Station Manager, Property Manager or Agribusiness Manager. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Rural Business Management or further skill development. Pathways into various Bachelor Degree programs with SuniTAFE partner universities. Refer to pathways table on page 46.

FT PT

ON

OC TR SR

MI

FEB

Course code CUF40207 Duration 1 year full time or part time equivalent Selection Interview

Prerequisite Certificate III (or higher qualification) and/or up to 2 years relevant industry experience. Delivered concurrently with another Diploma level area of study. Extra requirements Nil.

Course description This course will enable you to develop creative skills in multimedia production and effective communication using multimedia products. Topics covered include the use of 2D and 3D imaging and animation, digital audio and interface design. You will acquire an understanding of team based multimedia projects to enable design skills to be applied in major projects. Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Folio of recent work and demonstrate creative skills to support learning at certificate IV level.

How to apply Direct to the Institute. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Community Educators, Sustainability Consultants and Advisors. Employment opportunities are growing rapidly within the Sustainability industry. Where to from here? Leads to further skill development across Sustainability industry. Pathways into various Bachelor Degree programs with SuniTAFE partner universities. Refer to pathways table on page 46.

How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Animator, Digital Artist, Interactive Media Author, Media Asset Producer and Web Designer. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the Diploma of Interactive Digital Media and further skill development.

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Visual Arts, Design and Multimedia Diploma of Interactive Digital Media

FT PT

OC SR

MI

Diploma of Graphic Design

FT PT

FEB

OC SR

MI

Diploma of Visual Art

FEB ON

FT PT

OC SR

MI

FEB

Course code CUF50207 Duration 1 year full time or part time equivalent Selection Interview

Course code 21874VIC Duration 2 years full time or part time equivalent Selection Interview

Course code 21885VIC Duration 2 years full time or part time equivalent Selection Interview

Course description This course provides you with broad-based specialised skills needed to initiate and develop an electronic media career to work with digital technologies across arts, screen design and media industries. You will learn skills across areas of web, graphics, animation and games design using industry software applications.

Course description This course provides you with the skills and knowledge needed to start your career as a Graphic Designer. It combines technical, creative and conceptual skills to enable you to create designs that meet client needs to solve a range of visual communication challenges. You will gain a sound understanding of design theory and practice in order to analyse information to generate design solutions.

Course description This course provides you with the skills and knowledge needed to start your career as a Visual Artist. It combines technical, creative and conceptual skills to enable you to develop an emerging arts practice. You will learn how to plan and realise a body of work in one or more art forms and gain knowledge of art theory and history to enable you to analyse and synthesise information from a range of sources.

Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Folio of recent work and demonstrate creative skills to support learning at diploma level. How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Animation/ Visual Effects Developer, Games Designer, Information Architect, Video Editor, Instruction Designer, Interactive Media Developer, Interface Designer, Web Designer, Desktop Publisher, Cross-Industry Multimedia Production or Self Employed. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Multimedia or further skill development. Pathways into various Bachelor Degree programs with SuniTAFE partner universities. Refer to pathways table on page 47.

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Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Folio of recent work and demonstrate creative skills to support learning at diploma level. How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute. Career opportunities Career outcomes include working as a Graphic Designer in junior or generalist roles. Work may include many different commercial and community contexts across both print and digital media. Designer’s work links to areas such as advertising, promotion, art direction, branding, corporate identity, instructional design, packaging, signage and web design.

Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Folio of recent work and demonstrate creative skills to support learning at diploma level. How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute. Career opportunities Career outcomes include work as an Artist across various media, such as ceramics, digital art, glasswork, drawing, illustration, jewellery making, painting, photo media, printmaking, sculpture, textile design and wood design. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Visual Arts or further skill development.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Graphic Design or further skill development. Pathways into various Bachelor Degree programs with SuniTAFE partner universities. Refer to pathways table on page 47.

Pathways into various Bachelor Degree programs with SuniTAFE partner universities. Refer to pathways table on page 47.

Study Options

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Campus Location

Course Start

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MI SH RO MA

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Pathway Table

Higher Education Provider

Pathway

Maximum Equivalent Unit Credits Awarded* Year 1

Year 2

Semester 1

Semester 2

Semester 1

1

5

9

2

3

4

6

7

8

Semester 2

Year 3 Semester 1

Semester 2

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

Business, Finance and Technology Advanced Diploma of Accounting Charles Sturt University

La Trobe University Deakin University

Bachelor of Business (Accounting) Bachelor of Business (Banking) Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) Bachelor of Business (Management) Bachelor of Business (Marketing) Bachelor of Business Studies Bachelor of Accounting Bachelor of Business Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Management

4 unit credits from 24 4 unit credits from 24 4 unit credits from 24 4 unit credits from 24 4 unit credits from 24 4 unit credits from 24 12 unit credits from 24 11 unit credits from 24 11 unit credits from 24 12 unit credits from 24

Advanced Diploma of Management Charles Sturt University

Deakin University University of Ballarat

Bachelor of Business (Accounting) Bachelor of Business (Banking) Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) Bachelor of Business (Management) Bachelor of Business (Marketing) Bachelor of Business Studies Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Management Bachelor of Applied Management Studies

4 unit credits from 24 4 unit credits from 24 4 unit credits from 24 4 unit credits from 24 4 unit credits from 24 4 unit credits from 24 11 unit credits from 24 11 unit credits from 24 Eligible for direct entry.

Diploma of Accounting La Trobe University Swinburne University

Bachelor of Business Bachelor of Business Bachelor of Business (Accounting) Bachelor of Business (Advertising) Bachelor of Business (Business Analysis) Bachelor of Business (Finance) Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) Bachelor of Business (Management) Bachelor of Business (Marketing) Bachelor of Business (Public Relations) Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management) Bachelor of Communication Bachelor of Communication (Advertising) Bachelor of Communication (Media Studies) Bachelor of Communication (Public Relations) Bachelor of Social Science Bachelor of Social Science (Media Studies) Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) Bachelor of Social Science (Public Relations) Bachelor of Social Science (Sociology)

8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24

Diploma of Accounting + Deakin Associate Degree Deakin University

Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Management

16 unit credits from 24 16 unit credits from 24

Diploma of Business Charles Sturt University Swinburne University

Bachelor of Business Bachelor of Business Studies Bachelor of Business Bachelor of Business (Accounting) Bachelor of Business (Advertising) Bachelor of Business (Business Analysis) Bachelor of Business (Finance) Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) Bachelor of Business (Management) Bachelor of Business (Marketing) Bachelor of Business (Public Relations) Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management)

4 unit credits from 24 4 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24

*Maximum equivalent credits is the level of credits the destination pathway university will award. Students are advised to check levels of unit credits awarded with each corresponding university.

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Higher Education Provider

Pathway

Year 1

Business, Finance and Technology Diploma of Business

Maximum Equivalent Unit Credits Awarded* Year 2

Semester 1

Semester 2

Semester 1

1

5

9

2

3

4

6

7

8

Semester 2

Year 3 Semester 1

Semester 2

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

Cont’d...

Cont’d...

Swinburne University

Bachelor of Communication Bachelor of Communication (Advertising) Bachelor of Communication (Media Studies) Bachelor of Communication (Public Relations) Bachelor of Social Science Bachelor of Social Science (Media Studies) Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) Bachelor of Social Science (Public Relations) Bachelor of Social Science (Sociology)

8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24

Diploma of Business Administration Swinburne University

Bachelor of Business Bachelor of Business (Accounting) Bachelor of Business (Advertising) Bachelor of Business (Business Analysis) Bachelor of Business (Finance) Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) Bachelor of Business (Management) Bachelor of Business (Marketing) Bachelor of Business (Public Relations) Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management) Bachelor of Communication Bachelor of Communication (Advertising) Bachelor of Communication (Media Studies) Bachelor of Communication (Public Relations) Bachelor of Social Science Bachelor of Social Science (Media Studies) Bachelor of Social Science (Public Relations) Bachelor of Social Science (Sociology)

8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24

Diploma of Management Charles Sturt University Deakin University Swinburne University

Bachelor of Business Bachelor of Business Studies Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Management Bachelor of Business Bachelor of Business (Accounting) Bachelor of Business (Advertising) Bachelor of Business (Business Analysis) Bachelor of Business (Finance) Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) Bachelor of Business (Management) Bachelor of Business (Marketing) Bachelor of Business (Public Relations) Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management) Bachelor of Communication Bachelor of Communication (Advertising) Bachelor of Communication (Media Studies) Bachelor of Communication (Public Relations) Bachelor of Social Science Bachelor of Social Science (Media Studies) Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) Bachelor of Social Science (Public Relations) Bachelor of Social Science (Sociology)

4 unit credits from 24 4 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24

Diploma of Occupational Health and Safety Charles Sturt University Deakin University Swinburne University

Bachelor of Business Bachelor of Business Studies Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Management Bachelor of Business Bachelor of Business (Accounting) Bachelor of Business (Advertising) Bachelor of Business (Business Analysis) Bachelor of Business (Finance) Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) Bachelor of Business (Management) Bachelor of Business (Marketing) Bachelor of Business (Public Relations) Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management) Bachelor of Communication Bachelor of Communication (Advertising) Bachelor of Communication (Media Studies) Bachelor of Communication (Public Relations) Bachelor of Social Science Bachelor of Social Science (Media Studies) Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology)

2 unit credits from 24 2 unit credits from 24 6 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24

*Maximum equivalent credits is the level of credits the destination pathway university will award. Students are advised to check levels of unit credits awarded with each corresponding university.

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Business, Finance and Technology

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9

2

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8

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Semester 2

Semester 1

Semester 2

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

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Diploma of Occupational Health and Safety Swinburne University

Year 2

Semester 1

Cont’d...

Bachelor of Social Science (Public Relations) Bachelor of Social Science (Sociology)

8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24

Diploma of Project Management Charles Sturt University

Deakin University

Bachelor of Business (Banking) Bachelor of Business (Finance) Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) Bachelor of Business (Marketing) Bachelor of Business Studies Bachelor of Business (Accounting) Bachelor of Management

4 unit credits from 24 4 unit credits from 24 4 unit credits from 24 4 unit credits from 24 4 unit credits from 24 4 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24

Diploma of Quality Auditing Charles Sturt University

Deakin University

Bachelor of Business (Banking) Bachelor of Business (Finance) Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) Bachelor of Business (Marketing) Bachelor of Business Studies Bachelor of Business (Accounting) Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Management 

4 unit credits from 24 4 unit credits from 24 4 unit credits from 24 4 unit credits from 24 4 unit credits from 24 4 unit credits from 24 7 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24

Community and Children’s Services Diploma of Children’s Services (Early Childhood Education and Care) La Trobe University Swinburne University

Bachelor of Education Bachelor of Business Bachelor of Business (Accounting) Bachelor of Business (Advertising) Bachelor of Business (Business Analysis) Bachelor of Business (Finance) Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) Bachelor of Business (Management) Bachelor of Business (Marketing) Bachelor of Business (Public Relations) Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management) Bachelor of Communication Bachelor of Communication (Advertising) Bachelor of Communication (Media Studies) Bachelor of Communication (Public Relations) Bachelor of Social Science Bachelor of Social Science (Media Studies) Bachelor of Social Science (Public Relations) Bachelor of Social Science (Sociology)

7 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24

Diploma of Children’s Services (Early Childhood Education and Care) + Deakin Associate Degree Deakin University

Bachelor Health Sciences Bachelor of Education

16 unit credits from 24 10 unit credits from 24

Diploma of Community Services Work Deakin University La Trobe University Swinburne University

Bachelor of Social Work Bachelor of Education Bachelor of Human Services Work and Master of Social Work Bachelor of Business Bachelor of Business (Accounting) Bachelor of Business (Advertising) Bachelor of Business (Business Analysis) Bachelor of Business (Finance) Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) Bachelor of Business (Management) Bachelor of Business (Marketing) Bachelor of Business (Public Relations) Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management) Bachelor of Communication Bachelor of Communication (Advertising) Bachelor of Communication (Media Studies) Bachelor of Communication (Public Relations) Bachelor of Social Science Bachelor of Social Science (Media Studies) Bachelor of Social Science (Public Relations) Bachelor of Social Science (Sociology)

13 unit credits from 32 (4 year degree course) 7 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 32 (4 year degree course) 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24

Education and Training Diploma of Education Support Swinburne University

Bachelor of Business Bachelor of Business (Accounting) Bachelor of Business (Advertising) Bachelor of Business (Business Analysis) Bachelor of Business (Finance)

8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24

*Maximum equivalent credits is the level of credits the destination pathway university will award. Students are advised to check levels of unit credits awarded with each corresponding university.

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3

4

6

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8

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Diploma of Education Support Swinburne University

Maximum Equivalent Unit Credits Awarded*

Cont’d...

Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) Bachelor of Business (Management) Bachelor of Business (Marketing) Bachelor of Business (Public Relations) Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management) Bachelor of Communication Bachelor of Communication (Advertising) Bachelor of Communication (Media Studies) Bachelor of Communication (Public Relations) Bachelor of Social Science Bachelor of Social Science (Media Studies) Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) Bachelor of Social Science (Public Relations) Bachelor of Social Science (Sociology)

8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24

Health Certificate IV Allied Health Assistance Charles Sturt University

Bachelor of Podiatry

1 unit credit from 24

Certificate IV in Nursing Charles Sturt University

Flinders University Deakin University

Bachelor of Clinical Practice (Paramedic) Bachelor of Health and Rehabilitation Science Bachelor of Nursing Bachelor of Nursing Bachelor of Nursing

3 specific unit credits 4 unit credits from 24 2 unit credits from 24 3 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24

Hospitality, Tourism and Events Advanced Diploma of Hospitality University of Ballarat

Bachelor of Applied Management Studies

Eligible for direct entry.

Diploma of Events Deakin University Swinburne University

Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Management Bachelor of Business Bachelor of Business (Accounting) Bachelor of Business (Advertising) Bachelor of Business (Business Analysis) Bachelor of Business (Finance) Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) Bachelor of Business (Management) Bachelor of Business (Marketing) Bachelor of Business (Public Relations) Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management) Bachelor of Communication Bachelor of Communication (Advertising) Bachelor of Communication (Media Studies) Bachelor of Communication (Public Relations) Bachelor of Social Science Bachelor of Social Science (Media Studies) Bachelor of Social Science (Public Relations) Bachelor of Social Science (Sociology)

6 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24

Diploma of Hospitality Box Hill Institute Deakin University Swinburne University

William Angliss Institute

Bachelor of Hospitality Management Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Management Bachelor of Business Bachelor of Business (Accounting) Bachelor of Business (Advertising) Bachelor of Business (Business Analysis) Bachelor of Business (Finance) Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) Bachelor of Business (Management) Bachelor of Business (Marketing) Bachelor of Business (Public Relations) Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management) Bachelor of Communication Bachelor of Communication (Advertising) Bachelor of Communication (Media Studies) Bachelor of Communication (Public Relations) Bachelor of Social Science Bachelor of Social Science (Media Studies) Bachelor of Social Science (Public Relations) Bachelor of Social Science (Sociology) Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality Management

5 unit credits from 24 7 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24

*Maximum equivalent credits is the level of credits the destination pathway university will award. Students are advised to check levels of unit credits awarded with each corresponding university.

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Semester 1

Semester 2

Semester 1

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Semester 2

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Land and Environment Certificate IV Laboratory Techniques Charles Sturt University

Bachelor of Clinical Practice (Paramedic) Bachelor of General Studies (Science) Bachelor of Health Science (Food and Health) Bachelor of Health Science (Forensic Biotechnology)

Eligible for direct entry. 2 unit credits from 24 1 unit credit from 24 1 unit credit from 24

Diploma of Rural Business Management Charles Sturt University

Deakin University

Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management Bachelor of Agricultural Science Bachelor of Agriculture Bachelor of Business Management Bachelor of Ecological Agriculture Bachelor of Horticulture Bachelor of Wine Business Bachelor of Management

8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24

Diploma of Conservation and Land Management Charles Sturt University

La Trobe University

Swinburne University

Bachelor of Applied Science (Parks, Recreation and Heritage) Bachelor of Environmental Science Bachelor of Environmental Science and Management Bachelor of Arts (Natural Resources Education) Bachelor of Arts (Nature Tourism) Bachelor of Education Bachelor of Business Bachelor of Business (Accounting) Bachelor of Business (Advertising) Bachelor of Business (Business Analysis) Bachelor of Business (Finance) Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) Bachelor of Business (Management) Bachelor of Business (Marketing) Bachelor of Business (Public Relations) Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management) Bachelor of Communication Bachelor of Communication (Advertising) Bachelor of Communication (Media Studies) Bachelor of Communication (Public Relations) Bachelor of Social Science Bachelor of Social Science (Media Studies) Bachelor of Social Science (Public Relations) Bachelor of Social Science (Sociology)

8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 Up to 12 credits across 3 years Up to 12 credits across 3 years 6 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24

Diploma of Horticulture Charles Sturt University Swinburne University

Charles Sturt University

Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management Bachelor of Business Bachelor of Business (Accounting) Bachelor of Business (Advertising) Bachelor of Business (Business Analysis) Bachelor of Business (Finance) Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) Bachelor of Business (Management) Bachelor of Business (Marketing) Bachelor of Business (Public Relations) Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management) Bachelor of Communication Bachelor of Communication (Advertising) Bachelor of Communication (Media Studies) Bachelor of Communication (Public Relations) Bachelor of Social Science Bachelor of Social Science (Media Studies) Bachelor of Social Science (Public Relations) Bachelor of Social Science (Sociology) Bachelor of Agricultural Science Bachelor of Agriculture Bachelor of Horticulture

8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24

Diploma of Irrigation Management Charles Sturt University

Bachelor of Applied Science (Parks, Recreation and Heritage) Bachelor of Environmental Science Bachelor of Environmental Science and Management

8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24

Diploma of Laboratory Technology Charles Sturt University

Bachelor of Clinical Practice (Paramedic) Bachelor of Forensic Biotechnology Bachelor of General Studies (Science) Bachelor of Medical Science

Eligible for direct entry. 8 unit credits from 24 4 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24

Diploma of Production Horticulture Charles Sturt University

Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management Bachelor of Agricultural Science Bachelor of Agriculture

8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24

*Maximum equivalent credits is the level of credits the destination pathway university will award. Students are advised to check levels of unit credits awarded with each corresponding university.

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Year 2

Semester 1

Semester 2

Semester 1

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Semester 2

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Diploma of Production Horticulture Charles Sturt University

Maximum Equivalent Unit Credits Awarded*

Cont’d..

Bachelor of Ecological Agricultural Systems Bachelor of Horticulture Bachelor of Viticulture

8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24

Diploma of Sustainability (Dual Qualification) Charles Sturt University

Deakin University Swinburne University

Bachelor of Business (Banking) Bachelor of Business (Finance) Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) Bachelor of Business (Marketing) Bachelor of Business Studies Bachelor of Business (Accounting) Bachelor of Management Bachelor of Business Bachelor of Business (Accounting) Bachelor of Business (Advertising) Bachelor of Business (Business Analysis) Bachelor of Business (Finance) Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) Bachelor of Business (Management) Bachelor of Business (Marketing) Bachelor of Business (Public Relations) Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management) Bachelor of Communication Bachelor of Communication (Advertising) Bachelor of Communication (Media Studies) Bachelor of Communication (Public Relations) Bachelor of Social Science Bachelor of Social Science (Media Studies) Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) Bachelor of Social Science (Public Relations) Bachelor of Social Science (Sociology)

2 unit credits from 24 2 unit credits from 24 2 unit credits from 24 2 unit credits from 24 2 unit credits from 24 2 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24

Visual Arts, Design and Multimedia Diploma of Graphic Design Charles Sturt University La Trobe University Swinburne University

University of Ballarat

Bachelor of Arts (Graphic design) Bachelor of Graphic Design Bachelor of Business Bachelor of Business (Accounting) Bachelor of Business (Advertising) Bachelor of Business (Business Analysis) Bachelor of Business (Finance) Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) Bachelor of Business (Management) Bachelor of Business (Marketing) Bachelor of Business (Public Relations) Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management) Bachelor of Communication Bachelor of Communication (Advertising) Bachelor of Communication (Media Studies) Bachelor of Communication (Public Relations) Bachelor of Social Science Bachelor of Social Science (Media Studies) Bachelor of Social Science (Public Relations) Bachelor of Social Science (Sociology) Bachelor of Applied Management Studies (Design)

8 unit credits from 24

Bachelor of Visual Arts

8 unit credits from 24

8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24

Diploma of Visual Art La Trobe University

Diploma of Interactive Digital Media Swinburne University

Bachelor of Business Bachelor of Business Bachelor of Business (Accounting) Bachelor of Business (Advertising) Bachelor of Business (Business Analysis) Bachelor of Business (Finance) Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) Bachelor of Business (Management) Bachelor of Business (Marketing) Bachelor of Business (Public Relations) Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management) Bachelor of Communication Bachelor of Communication (Advertising) Bachelor of Communication (Media Studies) Bachelor of Communication (Public Relations) Bachelor of Social Science Bachelor of Social Science (Media Studies)

8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24

*Maximum equivalent credits is the level of credits the destination pathway university will award. Students are advised to check levels of unit credits awarded with each corresponding university.

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Higher Education Provider

Pathway

Maximum Equivalent Unit Credits Awarded* Year 1

Visual Arts, Design and Multimedia Diploma of Interactive Digital Media Swinburne University

Year 2

Semester 1

Semester 2

Semester 1

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5

9

2

3

4

6

7

8

Semester 2

Year 3 Semester 1

Semester 2

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

Cont’d...

Cont’d..

Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) Bachelor of Social Science (Public Relations) Bachelor of Social Science (Sociology)

8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24 8 unit credits from 24

*Maximum equivalent credits is the level of credits the destination pathway university will award. Students are advised to check levels of unit credits awarded with each corresponding university.

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SuniTAFE is the largest vocational education provider in North West Victoria. Since 1979, SuniTAFE has helped more than 240,000 Australians realise their learning and creative potential. SuniTAFE has set them off down exciting new career paths, seen them start businesses of their own and enriched their lives with fulfilling new ways to spend their leisure time.

Studying at SuniTAFE

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Programs at SuniTAFE

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Further Study

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Services

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Need to Know

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Key Dates in 2012

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Course Information

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Automotive and Motorsports

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Building and Construction

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Business, Finance and Technology

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Community and Children’s Services

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Education and Training

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Engineering and Mining

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Food Processing

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Foundation Skills

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Hair and Beauty

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Health

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Hospitality, Tourism and Events

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Koorie Training

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Land and Environment

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Transport and Logistics

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Visual Arts, Design and Multimedia

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Disclaimer Please note that the information given is intended as a guide for current and prospective students or interested persons. At the time of printing (November 2011), the information in this document was correct. However, changes may have occurred since printing. Accredited qualifications are subject to changes in training package specifications. Please contact your nearest SuniTAFE campus should you have any questions.


Studying at SuniTAFE

SuniTAFE is the leading provider of vocational education and training in North West Victoria. With more than 9000 students annually and 350 courses on offer across 33 different industries, the choices at SuniTAFE are many. A range of certificates, diplomas, advanced diplomas, apprenticeships, traineeships, short courses and specialised industry training are delivered across four regional campuses; Mildura, Swan Hill, Robinvale and the Mallee (Ouyen). Studying at SuniTAFE is an excellent pathway for people of all ages, from school leavers to those who have been in the workforce and would like to further their skills and qualifications or pursue a career change. Study can be undertaken full-time or part-time, on-campus or off-campus and in the workplace. Education and training at SuniTAFE involves more than just teaching skills. Our quality training facilities and expert teaching staff have strong industry-based experience and care about your needs. SuniTAFE courses are nationally accredited ensuring your qualification is relevant and respected by employers and other higher education providers.

are available towards a degree, depending on the University articulation pathway in place.

Diploma and advanced diploma graduates interested in higher education are able to apply to one of our University partners to pursue a degree and further their careers. Various levels of credits for SuniTAFE studies

By studying locally, you can live at home with your family, save money and stay connected to your friends and your community. Most importantly, you don’t have to travel far to gain a great education.

SuniTAFE is committed to building close links with industry on an ongoing basis, particularly in new and emerging industries such as renewable energy and sustainability to offer you more training options into the future.

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Programs at SuniTAFE

VET in Schools (VETiS) SuniTAFE is a leading provider of Vocational Education and Training in Schools (VETiS) programs to secondary schools across North West Victoria. VETiS studies combine general Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) or Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) with vocational training and experience in the workplace. A Vocational Education and Training (VET) program offers students the opportunity to complete a nationally recognised vocational qualification while providing credit towards the VCE or VCAL, just like other subjects. This qualification gives you access to further training to improve employment opportunities upon finishing school. VETiS: • Gives you a nationally recognised qualification and broad range of skills • Prepares you for the workplace and builds your networks • Provides eligibility for two certificates upon successful completion of both a VCE or VCAL and a VETiS program • May shorten the length of an apprenticeship program. VETiS is your chance to undertake some of your education as part of a SuniTAFE course while you’re still at school. VETiS can contribute to VCAL and VCE study and the ATAR score. To find out more about your options, discuss study plans with your VCAL or VCE Coordinator to learn how VETiS can work for you.

to experience and get prepared for a trade apprenticeship. Learn the basic skills without the need to secure employment first. Completion of a pre-apprenticeship course may reduce the time needed to complete an apprenticeship, depending on the relevant trade area.

School Based Apprenticeships SuniTAFE offers School Based Apprenticeship programs that allow secondary students to work with an employer and complete a nationally recognised qualification while continuing their secondary studies. A student wanting to do a School Based Apprenticeship will need to find an employer and have the support of their school and parents or guardian and sign a training contract. To find out more, speak with your school Careers Advisor.

Apprenticeships

Pre-apprenticeships SuniTAFE offers a selection of pre-apprenticeship courses to allow you

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SuniTAFE offers flexible on-the-job and off-the-job training and assessment options for apprentices and apprenticeship courses which can be delivered in a number of ways to best suit the individual and the trade area in which they work. SuniTAFE can also provide guidance to assist in identifying appropriate employment opportunities.

SuniTAFE provides a selection of courses geared for apprenticeships. Apprentices must first secure employment in their chosen job before commencing off-the-job training. During the apprenticeship, a person is contracted to an employer to learn all aspects of a trade both on and off the job.

Traineeships SuniTAFE offers a number of courses which can be undertaken as a traineeship. Trainees must first secure employment in their chosen field before commencing off- the-job training with SuniTAFE. A traineeship is a contract between an employer and an employee for the provision of training and employment over a period of time. The employee (trainee) is given

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the opportunity to undertake practical training both on and off the job in order to meet the requirements of a specific qualification. Traineeships can commence at any given period over a year and vary in duration.

Youth Programs SuniTAFE offers a program targeted for youth aged 15 to 20 years. A varied range of programs are designed to make learning fun, whilst providing essential basic skills. The program incorporates short 5 to 10 week courses across varied disciplines, such as building a bike or skateboard deck, metal fabrication, mechanics, grow your own food, hospitality and graphic art and design. This program allows young people to pursue further vocational education and training.

Enquire about skills recognition prior to or after commencing your training and education. You may obtain recognition of competency for specific units of a course or the entire course qualification, based on your competency assessment. Use the skills recognition process to increase your employment opportunities or to further enhance your education and training.

Skills Recognition

Koorie Training SuniTAFE offers an Indigenous program aimed to support Koorie students in their learning and pathways into further education and employment. The Koorie Unit has a dedicated team of Koorie Liason Officers who engage and interact with Koorie students to enable their learning outcomes. It is a place where students can meet and catch up with fellow Koorie students. Some of the programs offered include; Certificate I, II & III in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Arts (ATSICA) and the VCAL Intermediate & Senior.

Recognition of Prior Learning is the process of attaining formal nationally accredited qualifications based on your valuable work history, previous study and life experiences. Any combination of formal or informal training, education and work or life experience can be considered relevant to achieving recognition for certificate or diploma level qualifications. SuniTAFE offers skills recognition via the Skills Recognition Centre. The team guides you through the application process, interprets your prior experience, organises assessment of your application and follows up on your application to ensure a timely service. Your skills recognition application will involve the collection of evidence for relevant experience so that competencies can be assessed.

Short Courses SuniTAFE offers a range of short courses to enhance your work and lifestyle skills. Short courses are a great way to train, develop new skills and gain accreditation or to keep up with industry compliance and licensing requirements. Learn how to be creative, cook a tempting decadent dessert, make coffee like a true barista, give your pooch a designer clip or arrange a spectacular floral centerpiece. SuniTAFE short courses are presented by our highly skilled professionals who are experts at what they do!

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Further Study

Pathways to University SuniTAFE courses can give your tertiary education a kick start allowing you to gradually begin your pathway to higher education study in an excellent learning environment. SuniTAFE qualifications give people from a variety of backgrounds and contexts the opportunity to build learning pathways to university. Students may choose to extend their studies completed at SuniTAFE by applying to a related degree program at a higher education provider and may be eligible for credits towards a degree with one of the many providers with which SuniTAFE has partnerships. The following higher education providers have pathways from a SuniTAFE diploma or advanced diploma course to a nominated degree program. The level of credits available towards a degree program varies across each higher education provider. To find out more visit the website at http://www.sunitafe.edu.au/courses/University-Pathways.aspx

Certificate I Certificate II Certificate III (Trade Level)

Certificate IV Complete VCAL

University Pathway

Complete VCE

Diploma

Bachelor Degree Graduate Diploma

VET Pathway

VET and University Study Pathways

Higher Education Partners

Deakin @ Your Doorstep Deakin University together with SuniTAFE (and other TAFE partners across Victoria) offers a joint program delivering Diplomas in Children’s Services, Community Services and Accounting alongside the Deakin University Associate Degree of Arts, Business and Science. The SuniTAFE Swan Hill campus houses the state-of-the-art learning centre that links students to Deakin University for instant real time feedback from lecturers, networking opportunities with other students and one-on-one support from the campus. Studying a SuniTAFE diploma alongside the Deakin University associate degree provides a dual qualification that gives you practical skills to enter the workforce and a guaranteed pathway into an associate degree and a range of other bachelor degrees at Deakin. Students have the opportunity to learn where they live with supported entry to university and a guaranteed pathway (conditions apply) with up to 18 months credit towards a range of degrees at Deakin’s Warrnambool Campus.

Advanced Diploma

Masters Degree Doctorial Degree

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Services

Child Care Centre TAFE Kids Inc is a quality childcare centre for community members and SuniTAFE students and staff who require child care. It caters for children aged from 6 weeks to 12 years. This is a not-for-profit community centre located at the SuniTAFE Mildura campus.

The SuniTAFE Information Centre The Information Centre introduces customers to SuniTAFE and helps them become students. The Information Centre team provides course information and enrolment advice to customers and students and works closely with teaching centres and Student Administration to provide a personalised service to ensure that each customer’s enrolment experience is easy and comfortable. The Information Centre is located at the front doors of the Mildura campus.

Skills Recognition Centre The SuniTAFE Skills Recognition Centre can provide advice to help you select the course that’s right for you. The friendly and supportive team will assist you to convert your valuable formal education, work and life experience into formal nationally accredited qualifications. You will be guided through the process and explained what relevant evidence needs to be submitted with your application. Ongoing follow-up is ensured to keep you informed.

Learning Resource Centre The Learning Resource Centre offers students a range of resources and access to services to support their studies at SuniTAFE. Located at the Mildura Campus, the Learning Resource Centre is conveniently situated on Level One, just up the stairs from the central hub area. Access for persons with a disability is available via

the elevator located off the central hub walkway. Services offered include: • Bookshop • Library • Printing & photocopying • Computer room - access to a wide variety of online resources and Microsoft Office Software • Internet access • IT assistance

Training Facilities Restaurant Restaurant Delice is a training facility at the Mildura campus that is open to the public offering fine food at reduced prices. Your meal is served and prepared by students comprising local industry commercial cookery apprentices, Certificate II in Hospitality (Kitchen Operations) and Certificate and Diploma of Hospitality (Front of House). All students work under the supervision of SuniTAFE teachers and other industry leaders. Beauty Salon SuniTAFE Beauty Salon is a training facility at the Mildura campus that offers a range of services and treatments available to the public such as facial treatments, waxing, pedicures, manicures, make-up and enhancements, at reduced prices. Hairdressing Salon SuniTAFE Hair Salon is a training facility at the Mildura campus that offers a range of services and treatments available to the public such as hair-cuts, styles, colours and treatments, at reduced prices. Services and treatments in both salons are performed by students studying at a certificate and diploma level. This provides SuniTAFE students with the opportunity to gain hands on training under the guidance of professional instructors using the latest equipment and products available.

Student Portal My SuniTAFE is the student portal that has features to assist students during their study time at SuniTAFE: • Stay connected with your friends and teachers • Access your SuniTAFE email account • Receive emails from teachers • Access your documents from home • Access e-learning resources • View your timetable • Submit your assignments online • Understand student policies and procedures • Find out what’s happening on campus. Go to my.sunitafe.edu.au

Student Residences SuniTAFE Student Residences is an independent communal living facility set in a spacious garden setting and is conveniently located on campus in Mildura. It provides affordable short and long term accommodation for full time students studying at SuniTAFE or La Trobe University. The residences can also accommodate apprentices during their block release.

Student Support Services SuniTAFE Student Support Services provides free and confidential services to students across all SuniTAFE campuses and aims to facilitate a positive learning environment for students. Services provided include information, advocacy, resources, disability support, counselling, personal wellbeing and referral services to meet individual needs. Staff are available to assist with personal and study related matters and are located at both the Mildura and Swan Hill campus. Mildura staff provide outreach services to the Mallee and Robinvale campuses.

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Need to Know

Your Qualifications Explained Certificate I An entry level qualification that provides you with foundation skills to undertake further study or help you prepare for employment in various job areas. These are pre-apprenticeships or pre-vocational courses.

Certificate II The next step to increasing skills learnt in Certificate I, secondary school or on-the-job training. This may be the minimum requirement for employment across some job areas or can lead to further higher level studies.

Certificate III Provides entry into various trade job areas, traineeships or other employment where skills and knowledge are necessary beyond the basic level.

Certificate IV A higher level entry point to expand your knowledge and prepare for work in skilled job areas. Completion of a Certificate III may be a requirement for some Certificate IV courses.

Diploma The ideal stepping stone to help you progress to a university degree or get started in a semi-professional job role. Skills gained can be applied to job roles that require analysis, planning, and theoretical knowledge and management techniques.

Advanced Diploma The highest level qualification to help you develop high-level skills in problem-solving, data analysis and industry expertise and provides access to further study at a university.

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Is there somebody who can assist me? Interested in enrolling? Your next step is to contact an Enrolment Advisor. The SuniTAFE Information Centre staff will discuss your options for study with you, give detailed advice about how to achieve your ultimate training goals and bring in training experts to consult with you about the specifics of your course. Your Enrolment Advisor will also be able to initiate any Skills Recognition for which you may be eligible and organise the paperwork for your application and enrolment process.

How do I apply? If you have found the course that suits your needs, your Enrolment Advisor will arrange the necessary application process for you. Some courses have specific entry requirements and application procedures which may involve interviews, attendance at information events and/or internal or external aptitude testing while some courses require that you have an informal chat with the trainer to decide on your training plan before enrolling. Please ask your Enrolment Advisor for more information.

How can I get a quote? For most courses TAFE fees and charges are calculated based on the subjects in which you enrol. Your fees are also affected by whether you study on or off campus, meet the requirements for entry into a subsidised or full fee paying place in a course and whether you possess a valid concession card. The fees for diploma level courses are calculated differently but are still affected by numerous other factors. To obtain a quote on fees for your enrolment you will first need to decide on which course and subjects you will be studying by consulting with an Enrolment Advisor. Quotes based on this information can then be easily obtained from Student Administration.

Can I get a concession? Concessions can only be applied at a diploma or advanced diploma level to enrolments where the enrolling student is under 25 years of age. If you are eligible for entry into a subsidised place in your chosen course and you possess a valid Health Care Card or Pension Card, issued by Centrelink, you will be able to get a concession on your tuition fees.

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Please make sure you advise your enrolment officer that you possess the card and bring it with you when you enrol. Student Administration staff will need to retain a copy of your card for our records. If you need to take proof of your enrolment to Centrelink or to your job network provider please advise your enrolment officer at the time of your enrolment. The appropriate documents can be provided on the spot.

How can I pay my fee?

• A valid concession card if you are eligible (e.g. Health Care Card, Pension Card etc.) • Valid Proof of Identification (e.g. drivers licence, passport, Medicare card, proof of age card etc.) • A completed Payment By Instalment form if this is your preferred method of payment as well as proof of your bank details such as a bank statement, passbook, print out from your internet banking or account information card from your bank. Once you have all the documentation you require your enrolment can be completed at Student Administration.

You will need to pay for your course at the same time that you enrol. Payment options include EFTPOS, cash, cheque or payment by instalment (via direct debit). Please ask for further details at Student Administration if you would like to set up a Payment By Instalment plan.

Administration has been advised by your teaching centre regarding your hours attended and any materials refund to which you may be entitled. Any refund entitlements are then calculated based on this information. For further information regarding the specifics of fee refunds for students who have withdrawn from study, please consult the Fee Refund information which can be found on the back of your Confirmation of Enrolment or ask at Student Administration.

What happens after I enrol? Welcome to SuniTAFE! After you have completed the enrolment process you will be able to obtain a student card from the Learning Resource Centre. This will allow you to access student resources such as computers and borrow resources from the library. Your timetable can be obtained from your teaching centre or accessed via the Student Portal.

If you are undertaking study at a diploma or advanced diploma level (and satisfy citizenship requirements) you are eligible for VET FEE-HELP. Please ask your Enrolment Advisor for more information regarding this.

What if I want to withdraw? If you wish to withdraw from your course, or perhaps from just a subject or two, please contact Student Administration. The staff will generate some paperwork for you to sign which will commence your withdrawal process.

How do I enrol? To complete your enrolment you will need: • A study plan detailing the units in which you will be enrolling which is obtained after your contact with an Enrolment Advisor and a trainer • A completed enrolment form which is available from the SuniTAFE Information Centre

They will also arrange a brief exit interview with our Senior Course Advisor to allow you to give us feedback on your reasons for withdrawal and to discuss any further study options with you. Your withdrawal paperwork will be completed by your teaching centre and processed by Student Administration. Your refund entitlements are examined as part of your withdrawal procedure. This does not happen at your initial request for withdrawal but takes place after Student Telephone 03 5022 3666

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Key Dates in 2012

January 1st 2nd 9th - 13th 11th 12th 25th 26th

June New Years Day New Years Day - public holiday SuniTAFE Enrolment Week International Student Nursing Orientation (Swan Hill Campus) International Student Nursing Orientation (Mildura Campus) International Student Orientation Day Australia Day - public holiday

11th Queen’s Birthday - public holiday 13th - 14th SuniTAFE Enrolment Days 18th - 20th Chefs of the Future Cooking Competition (Mildura Campus)

July 12th International Student Orientation Day 18th - 20th SuniTAFE Grow Your Career Exhibition

February

September

13th - 17th Student Orientation Week 22nd Awards Evening - Swan Hill Campus

7th Planning Day - SuniTAFE Campuses Closed 10th - 14th SuniTAFE Secondary School Visits 19th Careers Information Night

March 7th

Institute Graduation & Awards Evening (Mildura Campus) Labour Day - public holiday

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April 6th 7th 8th 9th 12th 25th

Good Friday - public holiday Easter Saturday Easter Sunday Easter Monday - public holiday International Student Orientation Day Anzac Day - public holiday

October 4th International Student Orientation Day 11th - 12th SuniTAFE Cultivator Regional Design Conference (Mildura Campus)

November 6th Melbourne Cup Day - public holiday 12th - 16th SuniTAFE Enrolment Week

December 25th 26th

Christmas Day - public holiday Boxing Day - public holiday

Important VTAC Dates Early August* VTAC applications open Late September* VTAC applications close Mid November* Closing date for late VTAC applications

Mid December* Final closing date for very late VTAC applications (very late fee applies) December* Change of preference date

*Please check the VTAC website www.vtac.edu.au for specific dates regarding VTAC applications.

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Food Processing

Course Information

Certificate II in Food Processing Certificate III in Food Processing Certificate I in Food Processing (Wine) Certificate II in Food Processing (Wine) Certificate III in Food Processing (Wine)

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Foundation Skills

Automotive and Motorsports Certificate II in Automotive Studies (Pre-vocational) Certificate II in Automotive Vehicle Body Certificate III in Automotive Vehicle Body Certificate II in Motorsport Certificate III in Automotive Mechanical Technology Certificate III in Automotive Sales Certificate III in Automotive Specialist Certificate III in Motorsport

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Building and Construction Certificate II in Building and Construction (Bricklaying, Carpentry, Painting and Decorating, Wall and Ceiling Lining, Wall and Floor Tiling and Solid Plastering)

Certificate II in Furniture Making Certificate III in Carpentry Certificate III in Cabinet Making Certificate III in Furniture Making (Cabinet Making) Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start) Certificate II in Sustainable Energy (Career Start) Certificate III in Business Equipment Certificate III in Electronics and Communication Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician Certificate II in Plumbing (Pre-vocational) Certificate III in Plumbing

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Business, Finance and Technology Certificate II in Financial Services Certificate III in Accounts Administration Certificate III in Financial Services Certificate II in Business Certificate III in Business Administration Certificate III in Business Administration (Legal) Certificate III in Business Administration (Medical) Certificate I in Information Technology Certificate II in Information Technology Certificate III in Micro Business Operations Certificate III in Occupational Health and Safety Agents’ Representative Certificate I in Retail Services Certificate II in Retail Certificate III in Retail Certificate II in Library-Information Services Certificate III in Library-Information Services Certificate II in Asset Maintenance (Cleaning Operations)

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Community and Children’s Services Certificate III Children’s Services Certificate II in Community Services Certificate III in Community Services Work Certificate III in Disability Certificate III in Home and Community Care

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Engineering and Mining Certificate II in Engineering Certificate II in Engineering Studies Certificate III in Engineering - Fabrication Trade Certificate III in Engineering - Mechanical Trade Certificate III in Engineering - Electrical/Electronic Trade

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Hair and Beauty Certificate II in Hairdressing Certificate II in Nail Technology Certificate II in Make-up Services Certificate III in Beauty Services Certificate III in Hairdressing

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Health Certificate III in Aged Care Certificate III in Allied Health Assistance Certificate III in Health Administration Certificate III in Health Services Assistance

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Hospitality, Tourism and Events Certificate III in Events Certificate II in Hospitality Certificate III in Hospitality (Kitchen Operations) Certificate III Hospitality Certificate III Hospitality (Commercial Cookery) Certificate II in Tourism Certificate III in Tourism

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Koorie Training Certificate I in Mumgu-dhal tyama-tiyt Certificate II in Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Cultural Arts Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning Koorie Specific - Intermediate Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning Koorie Specific - Senior

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Land and Environment Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management Certificate III in Conservation and Land Management Certificate I in Horticulture Certificate II in Floristry Certificate II in Horticulture Certificate II in Production Horticulture Certificate III in Floristry Certificate III in Horticulture Certificate III in Production Horticulture Certificate III in Horticulture (Wholesale Nursery) Certificate III in Irrigation Certificate II in Sampling and Measurement Certificate III in Laboratory Skills

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Transport and Logistics

Education and Training Certificate III in Education Support

Certificate I in General Education for Adults (Introductory) Certificate I in General Education for Adults Certificate II in General Education for Adults Certificate III in General Education for Adults Certificate I in Vocational Preparation Certificate I in Work Education Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning - Foundation Course in Preliminary Spoken and Written English Certificate I in Spoken and Written English Certificate II in Spoken and Written English Certificate III in Spoken and Written English Certificate III in ESL (Further Study) Certificate IV in ESL (Further Study)

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Certificate II in Driving Operations Certificate II in Transport and Logistics (Logistics Operations) Certificate II in Transport and Logistics (Warehousing and Storage) Certificate III in Driving Operations Certificate III in Transport and Logistics (Logistics Operations) Certificate III in Transport and Logistics (Warehousing and Storage)

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Visual Arts, Design and Multimedia Certificate II in Live Production, Theatre and Events

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Automotive and Motorsports Certificate II in Automotive Studies

Certificate II in Automotive Vehicle Body

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Course code AUR20905 Duration 6 months full time, 12 months traineeship Selection Nil

Course code 22015VIC Duration 6 months Selection Nil Course description A pre-apprenticeship program providing general knowledge, mechanical skills and hands-on workshop experience in basic automotive functions and vehicle systems. Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Nil. How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; General Service Technician, Parts Technician or Heavy Stream Mechanic. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Certificate III in Automotive Mechanical Technology and further skill development.

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Course code AUR30805 Duration 3 years Selection Nil Course description The qualification aims to develop the necessary skills, knowledge and attitude in graduates which allow them to carry out the duties of a Vehicle Panel Worker/Panel Beater and Vehicle Painter/Spray Painter.

Course description This qualification covers the skills and knowledge required to perform a range of tasks to repair and maintain the body of cars and other vehicles. It is suitable for entry into the automotive retail, service and repair industry. The Certificate II in Automotive Vehicle Body is intended to prepare new employees or develop existing workers who perform repair and maintenance operations in an automotive repair business.

Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Nil. How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Nil.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Vehicle Panel Beater, Vehicle Spray Painter or Workshop Foreman.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Certificate IV in Automotive Technology and further skill development.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Panel Beater, Vehicle Painter Assistant, Vehicle Trimmer Assistant, Windscreen Fitter, Vehicle Dismantler or Vehicle Detailer. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Certificate III in Automotive Vehicle Body and further skill development.

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Automotive and Motorsports Certificate II in Motorsport

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Course code AUR21011 Duration 6 months full time, 12 months traineeship Selection Nil

Course code AUR30405 Duration 18 months full time, 3 years apprenticeship Selection Nil

Course description This qualification provides the skills and knowledge required for entry into the motorsport sector. Learn about engines including dismantling and assembly and be instructed by members of a professional motorsport team.

Course description This qualification covers the skills and knowledge required to repair and maintain the mechanical systems and components of cars, motorcycles and heavy vehicles. It is suitable for entry into the automotive service and repair industry. The Certificate III in Automotive Mechanical Technology is intended to prepare new employees or develop existing workers who are performing mechanical technology service and repair tasks in the automotive industry.

Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Nil. How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Pit Crew, Data Analyst or Motorsports Technician.

Certificate III in Automotive Sales

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Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Nil.

Extra requirements Nil.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Sales Assistant, Customer Relations Officer, Spare Parts Salesperson or Service Station Attendant.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Automotive Tradesperson in light vehicle, Heavy Stream Road Transport Technician, Heavy Stream Agricultural Technician, Heavy Stream Earth Moving Technician or Motorcycle Technician.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Certificate IV in Automotive Management and further skill development.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Certificate IV in Automotive Technology and further skill development.

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Study Mode

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On Campus Flexible Traineeship

AP Apprenticeship NAP Non-Apprenticeship SR Skills Recognition

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Course description This qualification covers the skills and knowledge required to perform sales related tasks within an automotive retail, service or repair business. It is suitable for entry into the automotive retail, service and repair industry. The Certificate III in Automotive Sales is intended to prepare new employees or develop existing workers who are performing general sales and marketing functions in an automotive retail, service or repair business.

Prerequisite Nil.

Study Options

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Course code AUR31005 Duration 3 years apprenticeship Selection Nil

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Certificate III in Motorsport or Certificate III in Automotive Mechanical Technology and further skill development.

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Building and Construction Certificate III in Automotive Specialist

Certificate III in Motorsport

Certificate II in Building and Construction

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Decorating, Wall and Ceiling Lining, Wall PT

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Course code AUR30605 Duration 3 years apprenticeship Selection Nil

Course code AUR30911 Duration 3 years apprenticeship Selection Nil

Course description This qualification covers the skills and knowledge required to undertake specialist service and repair work on vehicles within the automotive service and repair sector.

Course description This qualification provides the skills and knowledge to competently carry out repair procedures in the motorsport industry.

Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Nil. How to apply Direct to the Institute, Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Automotive Tradesperson, Specialist Automotive Forklift Technician or Automotive Diesel Fitter. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Certificate IV in Automotive Technology and further skill development.

Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Nil. How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Data Technician, Engine Technician, Driveline Technician, Machinist or Fabricator within the motorsports industry and racing teams. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Certificate IV in Motorsports and further skill development.

and Floor Tiling and Solid Plastering)

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Course code 21844VIC Duration 20 weeks full time Selection Interview Course description This course provides individuals with basic work related practical skills and knowledge required prior to commencing work on site as an apprentice Carpenter. Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Nil. How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Trainee or Apprentice in the Building and Construction Industry. Where to from here? Leads to traineeships or apprenticeships in the Building and Construction industry. A student, who completes this course and gains employment as an apprenticeship, may be eligible for credits of hours towards the Certificate III in Carpentry.

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Building and Construction Certificate II in Furniture Making

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Certificate III in Cabinet Making

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Course code LMF20309 Duration 6 months full time or part-time equivalent Selection Nil

Course code CPC30208 Duration 3 years or part time equivalent Selection Nil

Course code LMF32109 Duration 3 years or part time equivalent Selection Nil

Course description This program provides entry level skills to assist those who want to gain an apprenticeship or work in the Furniture or Cabinet Making Industries.

Course description This course provides students with training in the housing, commercial and industrial areas of the carpentry trade. Students will acquire the skills necessary for the safe use and maintenance of a wide range of tools and equipment such as power tools, automatic and laser levels, nailing guns and compressors.

Course description This course provides students with training in the Cabinet Making Industries (relating to kitchens and bathrooms). Students will acquire the skills necessary for the safe use and maintenance of a wide range of tools and equipment relevant to the mentioned qualifications.

Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Nil.

Prerequisite Nil.

Prerequisite Nil.

How to apply Direct to the Institute.

Extra requirements Nil.

Extra requirements Nil.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Furniture Maker or Cabinet Maker. Where to from here? A student, who completes this course and gains employment, may be eligible for credits of hours towards the Certificate III in Furniture Making (Cabinet Making).

How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Carpenter, Builder or Renovator.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Cabinet Maker. Where to from here? Leads to further skill development.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Certificate IV in Building & Construction (Building) and further skill development.

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MI SH RO MA

JAN FEB JUL ON

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Building and Construction Certificate III in Furniture Making

Certificate II in Electrotechnology

(Cabinet Making)

FT PT

OC FL AP SR

MI

Certificate II in Sustainable Energy

(Career Start)

FEB ON

FT PT

OC FL NAP

MI SH

(Career Start)

FEB ON

FT PT

OC FL NAP

MI

ON

Course code LMF30402 Duration 3 years or part time equivalent Selection Nil

Course code UEE22007 Duration 6 months full time or part time equivalent Selection Nil

Course code UEE22107 Duration 6 months full time or part time equivalent Selection Nil

Course description This course provides students with training in the Furniture and Cabinet Making Industries. Students will acquire the skills necessary for the safe use and maintenance of a wide range of tools and equipment relevant to the mentioned qualifications.

Course description This course has been designed to provide candidates wishing to purse electrotechnology as their chosen vocation with the necessary knowledge and skills to enhance employability. Students will be introduced to a variety of topics directly related to electrotechnology trades.

Course description Sustainable energy provides the knowledge to assist in design, construction and retro fitting of buildings to be more sustainable. This is a work entry program providing grounding in safety and basic skills and knowledge for work in any electrotechnology disciplines.

Prerequisite Nil.

Prerequisite Nil.

Extra requirements Nil.

Extra requirements Nil.

How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute.

How to apply Direct to the Institute.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Cabinet Maker or Furniture Maker.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Electrician or Electronics and Communications Technician.

Where to from here? Leads to further skill development.

Where to from here? A student, who completes this course and gains employment as an apprentice, may be eligible for credits of hours towards study in various certificate III courses in electrotechnology.

Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Nil.

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Study Options

Study Mode

FT Full Time PT Part Time N/A Not Applicable

OC FL TR

On Campus Flexible Traineeship

AP Apprenticeship NAP Non-Apprenticeship SR Skills Recognition

Career opportunities Possible job outcomes may include various entry level work in any of the electrotechnology disciplines. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the sustainable energy disciplines and further skill development.

Campus Location

Course Start

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JAN FEB JUL ON

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Certificate III in Business Equipment

PT

AP

MI

ON

Certificate III in Electronics and Communication PT

AP

Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician

MI

ON

PT

AP

MI SH

ON

Course code UEE30107 Duration 3 years part time Selection Nil

Course code UEE30907 Duration 3 years part time Selection Nil

Course code UEE30807 Duration 3 years part time Selection Nil

Course description This course provides competencies to install, set up, test, fault find, repair and maintain equipment such as photocopiers and fax machines.

Course description This course provides competencies to select, install, set up, test, fault find, repair and maintain electrical systems and equipment in building and premises; it includes ERAC requirements for an Electrician’s Licence.

Prerequisite Must be employed as an apprentice.

Course description This qualification provides competencies to select, install, set up, test, fault find, repair and maintain electronic equipment and devices at component/sub-assembly level with options in communications, audio, video and TV, personal computer and networks, security and custom installations.

Extra requirements Nil.

Prerequisite Must be employed as an apprentice.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

Extra requirements Nil.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Technician in the business equipment industry. Where to from here? Leads to a qualification as a Business Equipment Technician and further skill development.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Technician in the Electrotechnology Services and Entertainment Industry.

Prerequisite Must be employed as an apprentice. Extra requirements Nil. How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Electrician. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Certificate IV in Electrotechnology and further skill development.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the area of electrotechnology and further skill development.

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Business, Finance and Technology

Building and Construction Certificate II in Plumbing

Certificate III in Plumbing

(Pre-vocational)

OC FL NAP

FT

MI SH

FEB

PT

AP

Certificate II in Financial Services

MI SH

ON

N/A

FL TR SR

MI SH RO MA

ON

Course code 21642VIC Duration 16-20 weeks full time Selection Nil

Course code CPC32411 Duration 3 years Selection Nil

Course code FNS20110 Duration 1 year flexible or traineeship Selection By application

Course description This course is designed for people aspiring to enter the plumbing industry as an apprentice. This course is pre-employment only and is regarded as the most suitable way to gain employment as an apprentice in the plumbing industry.

Course description Participants in this course will learn installation practices relating to low-level building including waste disposal and drainage, mechanical services, gas fitting, water supply and roof plumbing.

Course description This qualification is intended to meet the requirements for financial literacy and basic financial skills needed of remote and indigenous communities or new entrants wishing to build potential pathways into the industry, particularly through VET in Schools programs.

Prerequisite Must be employed as an apprentice.

Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Nil. How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Apprentice Plumber or other construction related areas. Where to from here? A student, who completes the course and gains employment as a plumbing apprentice, may be eligible for credits of hours towards the Certificate III in Plumbing.

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Prerequisite Nil.

Extra requirements Nil.

Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessment and computer skills.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Plumber, Supervisor or Estimator.

Career opportunities A possible job outcome is an entry level into the industry in order to develop basic work skills.

Where to from here? Leads to further skill development. Students who successfully complete this course may be eligible to apply to the Plumbing Industry Commission for registration.

Study Options

Study Mode

FT Full Time PT Part Time N/A Not Applicable

OC FL TR

On Campus Flexible Traineeship

AP Apprenticeship NAP Non-Apprenticeship SR Skills Recognition

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Certificate III in Accounts Administration or Certificate III in Financial Services and further skill development.

Campus Location

Course Start

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JAN FEB JUL ON

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Business, Finance and Technology Certificate III in Accounts Administration

OC FL TR SR

PT

MI

FEB JUL ON

Certificate III in Financial Services

FL TR SR

N/A

MI SH

Certificate II in Business

FT PT

FEB ON

Course code FNS30310 Duration 6 months part time, 1 year flexible or 18 months traineeship Selection By application

Course code FNS30110 Duration 1 year flexible or 18 months traineeship Selection By application

Course description This qualification will provide you with the practical skills in the accounting discipline and includes functions such as filing, checking and processing financial data entry and processing accounts payable/accounts receivable. You will also gain skills to enable you to provide customer service in financial transactions and assist in processing payroll, front line cashiering and bank account maintenance.

Course description This qualification is designed to provide you with entry level skills across the entire financial services industry. You learn how to perform various tasks including responding to customer enquiries, sales and service, maintaining financial records, performing clerical duties, and applying fundamental skills in backing, credit management, insurance and retail financial services.

Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessment and computer skills. How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Accounts Clerk, Payroll, Cashier, Accounts Payable/Receivable or Bookkeeping roles. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Certificate IV in Bookkeeping or Certificate IV in Accounting (which is a pre-requisite for further study in the Diploma of Accounting).

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OC FL TR SR

MI SH MA

FEB JUL ON

Course code BSB20107 Duration 6 months full time, 1 year traineeship or part time equivalent Selection Nil Course description This course will introduce you to the office environment and teach you valuable computer and administration skills to provide you with a career start in the office environment. Prerequisite Nil.

Prerequisite Nil.

Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessment and computer skills.

Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessment and computer skills.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprentice Centre.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Clerical Assistant, Trainee Clerical Officer, Junior Assistant, Telephonist, Data Entry Operator, Junior Secretary/Receptionist, Junior Receptionists or Filing and Mail Clerk.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Accounts Clerk, Payroll, Cashier, Accounts Payable/Receivable or Bookkeeping roles.

Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate III in Business Administration and further skill development.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Certificate IV in Bookkeeping or Certificate IV in Accounting (which is a pre-requisite for further study in the Diploma of Accounting).

Study Options

Study Mode

FT Full Time PT Part Time N/A Not Applicable

OC FL TR

On Campus Flexible Traineeship

AP Apprenticeship NAP Non-Apprenticeship SR Skills Recognition

Campus Location

Course Start

MI SH RO MA

JAN FEB JUL ON

Mildura Swan Hill Robinvale Mallee (Ouyen)

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Certificate III in Business Administration

FT PT

OC FL TR SR

MI SH RO MA

FEB JUL ON

Course code BSB30407 Duration 6 months full time, 18 months traineeship or part time equivalent Selection Nil Course description This course provides you with the knowledge and skills appropriate for an administrative assistant/receptionist in a large organisation. Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessment and computer skills. How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Administrative Assistant or Receptionist. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Certificate IV in Business and a range of other certificate IV level business qualifications and further skill development.

Certificate III in Business Administration (Legal)

N/A

FL TR SR

MI SH

Certificate III in Business Administration (Medical)

ON

FL TR SR

N/A

MI

ON

Course code BSB31007 Duration 1 year or 24 months traineeship Selection NIl

Course code BSB31107 Duration 1 year flexible or 24 months traineeship Selection Interview

Course description This qualification will provide you with a broad range of competencies required for work in various legal office work environments. Skills and knowledge gained may enable you to exercise discretion and judgement using appropriate knowledge to provide technical advice and support to a team.

Course description This qualification will provide you with a broad range of competencies in various medical administration contexts. Skills and knowledge gained may enable you to exercise discretion and judgement using appropriate knowledge to provide technical advice and support to a team.

Prerequisite Nil.

Prerequisite Nil.

Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessment and computer skills and employment in a relevant area or relevant industry experience.

Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessment and computer skills and employment in a relevant area or relevant industry experience.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Legal Receptionist. Where to from here? Leads to further study in legal services and further skill development.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Medical Receptionist, Medical Records Clerk or Medical Secretary. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Certificate IV in Business or a range of other certificate IV business qualifications and further skill development.

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Business, Finance and Technology Certificate I in Information Technology

OC FL TR SR

PT

MI SH

ON

Certificate II in Information Technology

OC FL TR SR

PT

MI SH

Certificate III in Micro Business Operations

ON

N/A

FL TR

MI

ON

Course code ICA10105 Duration 6 months part time Selection Nil

Course code ICA20105 Duration 6 months part time Selection Nil

Course description This course provides basic training in the use of computers and online facilities such as the internet and email. Prerequisite Nil.

Course description This course provides a broad based introduction to information technology. It incorporates the foundation skills and knowledge required for an individual to be an effective user of information and communication technologies and assists to increase work efficiencies.

Extra requirements Nil.

Prerequisite Nil.

Course description This qualification will provide you with a broad range of competencies in varied micro business contexts and the ability to apply relevant theoretical knowledge. Skills and knowledge gained may enable you to exercise discretion and judgement using appropriate knowledge to provide technical advice and support to a team.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

Extra requirements Nil.

Prerequisite Nil.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessment and computer skills.

Career opportunities Possible job outcomes include junior supporting roles across many areas such as office assistant in records management or information and communication technologies technical support person in a small business.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

Career opportunities This course provides the minimal computer literacy skills required across many industries. Where to from here? This is an entry level qualification which can be used as a springboard for further training in a variety of fields, including business, financial services and information technology.

Course code BSB30307 Duration 1 year flexible or 18 months traineeship Selection Nil

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Micro Business Operator or Independent Contractor.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Certificate III in Information Technology and further skill development.

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Study Options

Study Mode

FT Full Time PT Part Time N/A Not Applicable

OC FL TR

On Campus Flexible Traineeship

AP Apprenticeship NAP Non-Apprenticeship SR Skills Recognition

Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate IV in Small Business Management and further skill development.

Campus Location

Course Start

MI SH RO MA

JAN FEB JUL ON

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Certificate III in Occupational Health and Safety PT

FL

MI SH RO

ON

Agents’ Representative

N/A

FL

MI SH RO MA

Certificate I in Retail Services

ON

NA

FL

MI SH RO MA

ON

Course code BSB30707 Duration 6 months part time Selection Nil

Course code NA Duration 1 year Selection Nil

Course code SIR10107 Duration 20 weeks Selection Interview

Course description This qualification will provide you with the knowledge and skills needed to apply a broad range of competencies in varied work contexts, using some discretion and judgement and relevant theoretical knowledge. Gain the ability to provide technical advice and support to a team. This qualification is for those seeking to undertake OH&S as a voluntary duty (not necessarily as their main job role).

Course description On completion of this course participants will have acquired the basic knowledge and skills required to work as an Agent’s Representative under Section 16 of the Estate Agents Act 1980.

Course description This qualification provides you with the foundation skills and knowledge to be competent in routine tasks in various retail settings, enabling you to commence work in the retail industry. You may work in a team but always under direct supervision.

Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Nil. How to apply Direct to the Institute. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Health and Safety Assistant, Health and Safety Committee Member or Health and Safety Representative.

Prerequisite Nil.

Prerequisite Nil.

Extra requirements Nil.

Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy skills assessments.

How to apply Direct to the Institute. Career opportunities Possible job role includes; Agent’s Representative. Where to from here? Leads to further certificate studies across estate agency practice.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Sales Assistant, Customer Services Representative, Crew Member or Checkout Operator. Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate II in Retail Services and further skill development.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Certificate IV in Occupational Health and Safety and further skill development.

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Business, Finance and Technology Certificate II in Retail

FL TR

N/A

Certificate III in Retail

MI SH RO MA

ON

NA

FL TR

Certificate II in Library-Information Services MI SH RO MA

ON

N/A

Course code SIR30207 Duration 1 year part time or 2 years traineeship Selection Interview

Course code SIR20207 Duration 1 year part time Selection Interview Course description This qualification provides you with skills and knowledge to be competent in a range of activities and functions requiring basic retail operational knowledge and limited practical skills in a defined context. Work would be undertaken in various retail store settings, such as specialty stores, supermarkets, department stores and retail fast food outlets. Individuals may work with some autonomy or in a team but usually under close supervision Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Literacy & numeracy assessments. How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Sales Assistant, Customer Services Representative, Crew Member or Checkout Operator. Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate III in Retail Services and further skill development.

TR

MI SH RO MA

ON

Course code CUL20104 Duration 1 year traineeship Selection Interview Course description This qualification will provide you with the skills and knowledge to work across organisations such as Libraries, Learning Resource Centres and Community Learning Centres. It is a flexible entry-level qualification, which can be customised to meet a broad range of industry needs.

Course description This qualification provides with the skills and knowledge to be competent in retail operations and/or supervision with the need to apply discretion and judgement. Work would be undertaken in various retail store settings, such as specialty stores, supermarkets, department stores and retail fast food outlets. Individuals may have some responsibility for others and provide or hold specific coordination or support responsibilities within a store team.

Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessments.

Prerequisite The candidate must either be recognised as competent, through a recognised training program or recognition process, against 9 units of competency at certificate II level or have sufficient relevant retail employment experience.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Library Assistant.

Extra requirements Literacy & numeracy assessments.

Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate III in Library/Information Services and further skill development.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Sales Assistant, Customer Services Representative, Crew Member, Checkout Supervisor, Shift Manager, Team Leader, Department Manager, Assistant Store Manager or Merchandise Coordinator. Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate IV in Retail Management or further skill development.

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Study Options

Study Mode

FT Full Time PT Part Time N/A Not Applicable

OC FL TR

On Campus Flexible Traineeship

AP Apprenticeship NAP Non-Apprenticeship SR Skills Recognition

Campus Location

Course Start

MI SH RO MA

JAN FEB JUL ON

Mildura Swan Hill Robinvale Mallee (Ouyen)

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Community and Children’s Services Certificate III in Library-Information Services N/A

TR

MI SH RO MA

ON

Certificate II in Asset Maintenance (Cleaning Operations) N/A

FL TR

MI

Certificate III in Children’s Services

FT PT

ON

OC FL TR SR

MI SH

FEB ON

Course code CUL30104 Duration 18 months traineeship Selection Interview

Course code PRM20104 Duration 20 weeks Selection Interview

Course code CHC30708 Duration 1 year part time Selection Interview

Course description This qualification will provide you with the skills and knowledge to work across organisations such as Libraries, Learning Resource Centres and Community Learning Centres. This qualification can be customised to meet a broad range of industry needs and is suitable for individuals who want to gain skills to perform tasks requiring discretion and judgement and the ability to select, adapt and transfer skills to different situations.

Course description This qualification will provide you with the skills and knowledge to work across asset maintenance and general cleaning operations. It is a flexible entry-level qualification, which can be customised to meet a broad range of industry needs.

Course description This course prepares students to work in the childcare industry and in a broad range of settings where children from infancy to twelve years are cared for by people other than their primary caregivers.

Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessments. How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Library Officer or Information Officer. Where to from here? Leads to further study in areas of library/ information services and further skill development.

Prerequisite Nil.

Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessments. How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; General Cleaner. Where to from here? Leads to further study in areas of asset maintenance and further skill development.

Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessments and a Working with Children Check and a Victorian Police Check. How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Child Care Assistant, Playgroup Supervisor, Family Day Care Worker or Child Care Worker. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Diploma of Children’s Services (Early Childhood Education and Care) and further skill development.

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Community and Children’s Services Certificate II in Community Services

OC TR SR

PT

MI SH RO

Certificate III in Community Service Work

FEB JUL ON

TR SR

PT

MI SH RO MA

Certificate III in Disability

ON

PT

TR SR

MI SH RO MA

FEB ON

Course code CHC20108 Duration 6 months part time Selection Interview

Course code CHC30108 Duration 18 months Selection Nil

Course code CHC30408 Duration 2 years Selection Interview

Course description Learn about the community services industry in preparation for further training. Students get the chance to see how their learning applies in the industry through work placement.

Course description Participants in this course will develop skills required to provide day to day support in community settings and/or provide assistance with entitlements and benefits under the broad direction of others. Specialist areas include an orientation to working with individuals with special needs such as mental health issues, domestic violence, disability and child protection.

Course description This course will prepare participants for working under supervision in the aged care and disability sectors. Participants will help maintain people’s personal care and other activities, and may supervise other workers. This qualification also enables the medication administration via dose administration aids such as Webster packs.

Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Nil.

Prerequisite Nil.

Prerequisite Nil.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Assistant Community Services Workers, Care Service Employee, Contact Officer, Customer Service Staff or Domestic Assistant. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Certificate III in Community Services Work and Diploma of Community Services Work and further skill development.

Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessments and a Victorian Police Check. Must be employed as a trainee (minimum 13 hours per week).

Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessments, a Working with Children Check and a Victorian Police Check. Must be employed as a trainee (minimum 13 hours per week).

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Care Assistant, Client Assistant, Community Access Coordinator, Community Care Worker, Disability Service Officer, Disability Support Officer, Home Care Assistant, In-Home Respite Care Worker, Personal Care Assistant or Residential Aide.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Community Care Worker, Indigenous Youth Worker, Juvenile Justice Court Officer, Youth Worker, Residential Support Worker or Support Worker across community based orientations (such as youth, women, families, domestic violence and child protection).

Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate IV in Disability and further skill development.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Certificate IV in Community Services Work and Diploma of Community Services Work and further skill development.

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Study Options

Study Mode

FT Full Time PT Part Time N/A Not Applicable

OC FL TR

On Campus Flexible Traineeship

AP Apprenticeship NAP Non-Apprenticeship SR Skills Recognition

Campus Location

Course Start

MI SH RO MA

JAN FEB JUL ON

Mildura Swan Hill Robinvale Mallee (Ouyen)

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Community and Children’s Services

Education and Training

Certificate III in Home and Community Care FT PT

TR SR

MI SH RO MA

ON

Engineering and Mining

Certificate III in Education Support

OC TR SR

FT

MI SH

Course code CHC30808 Duration 6 months Selection Interview

Course description This qualification addresses work in client’s homes and other community setting under regular supervision within clearly defined organisational guidelines and service plans.

Course description This qualification will provide you with the practical skills and knowledge required to assist teaching staff and provide care and supervision for children, in primary and secondary schools.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Community Support Worker, Community Care Worker, Care Assistant/Worker, Care Service Employees, Disability Support Worker, Home Care Worker, Home Maintenance Worker, In-home Respite Giver, Personal Care Assistant, Transport Support Worker or Support Worker. Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate IV in Aged Care and further skill development.

Career opportunities Employment in schools or in children’s services and may include: Education Assistant, Education Support Worker, Language Worker, Teacher Aide, Teacher Assistant.

OC FL TR

On Campus Flexible Traineeship

AP Apprenticeship NAP Non-Apprenticeship SR Skills Recognition

Extra requirements Nil. How to apply Direct to the Institute. Career opportunities Possible job roles include varied work across the engineering and manufacturing sectors. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Certificate III in Engineering (Fabrication Trade), Certificate III in Engineering (Mechanical Trade) and Certificate IV in Engineering and further skill development.

Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate IV in Education Support and further skill development.

Study Mode

FEB ON

Prerequisite Nil.

How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

FT Full Time PT Part Time N/A Not Applicable

MI SH

Course description This course has been designed to provide entry level skills and knowledge required within the engineering and manufacturing fields. It is particularly suitable for young school leavers wishing to have a career in engineering. Basic level skills are developed in OHS, use of hand tools, use of power tools, machining operations, fabrication techniques and engineering sketching and drawing.

Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessment, Working with Children Check, Victorian Police Check required prior to work placement and employment in schools.

Study Options

OC

Course code MEM20105 Duration 20 weeks full time or part time equivalent Selection Nil

Prerequisite Nil.

Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessments and a Victorian Police Check. Must be employed as a trainee (minimum 13 hours per week).

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FT PT

FEB

Course code CHC30308 Duration 18 months Selection Nil

Prerequisite Nil.

Certificate II in Engineering

Campus Location

Course Start

MI SH RO MA

JAN FEB JUL ON

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Certificate II in Engineering Studies

FT PT

OC

MI SH

FEB ON

Certificate III in Engineering - Fabrication Trade FT PT

AP NAP

MI SH

Certificate III in Engineering - Mechanical Trade FEB ON

FT PT

AP NAP

MI SH

FEB ON

Course code 22019VIC Duration 20 weeks full time or part time equivalent Selection Nil

Course code MEM30305 Duration 2 years full time or 4 years apprenticeship Selection Nil

Course code MEM30205 Duration 2 years full time or 4 years apprenticeship Selection Nil

Course description This course has been designed to provide entry level skills and knowledge required within the engineering and manufacturing fields. It is particularly suitable for young school leavers wishing to have a career in engineering as a pre-apprenticeship taster course. Basic level skills are developed in OHS, use of hand tools , use of power tools, machining operations, fabrication techniques and engineering sketching and drawing. A student, who completes this course and gains employment as an apprentice, may be eligible for credits of hours towards study in various certificate III courses in engineering.

Course description Apprentices will acquire the skills necessary for the safe use and maintenance of a wide range of tools and equipment generally used on-the-job within the engineering field. Students can also undertake this course as a non-apprentice.

Course description Apprentices will acquire the skills necessary for the safe use and maintenance of a wide range of tools and equipment generally used on-the-job within the engineering field. Students can also undertake this course as a non-apprentice.

Prerequisite Employed as an apprentice or enrol as a Non-Apprentice.

Prerequisite Employed as an apprentice or enrol as a Non-Apprentice.

Extra requirements Nil.

Extra requirements Nil.

How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Engineering Tradesperson (Fabrication).

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Engineering Tradesperson (Mechanical).

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Certificate IV in Engineering or Diploma of Engineering and further skill development.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Certificate IV in Engineering or Diploma of Engineering and further skill development.

Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Nil. How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute. Career opportunities Possible job roles include varied work across the engineering and manufacturing sectors. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Certificate III in Engineering (Fabrication Trade), Certificate III in Engineering (Mechanical Trade) and Certificate IV in Engineering and further skill development.

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Engineering and Mining

Food Processing

Certificate III in Engineering - Electrical/Electronic Trade PT

AP

MI SH

ON

Certificate II in Food Processing

FL TR

N/A

MI SH RO MA

Certificate III in Food Processing

ON

N/A

FL TR

MI SH RO MA

ON

Course code MEM30405 Duration 4 years apprenticeship Selection Nil

Course code FDF20103 Duration 1 year or 18 months traineeship Selection Interview

Course code FDF30103 Duration 3 years traineeship Selection Interview

Course description Apprentices will acquire the skills necessary for the safe use and maintenance of a wide range of tools and equipment generally used on-the-job within the engineering/electrical field.

Course description This qualification provides the skills required to become an operator in one of the many different areas in the food processing industry. The general duties required to operate food processing equipment and the underpinning knowledge of the daily operations that would be typically found in food processing plants are targeted in this course. Various processing industries covered include; grain, beverages, confectionery, baking, dairy, fruit and vegetables, poultry and grocery products.

Course description The skill level of this course is targeted at the person looking to take on a supervisory role in a food processing plant. The course covers technical skills and middle management training and aims to provide the individual with detailed knowledge of the different components of diverse food industries. Various processing industries covered include; grain, beverages, confectionery, baking, dairy, fruit and vegetables, poultry and grocery products.

Prerequisite Employed as an apprentice. Extra requirements Nil. How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

Prerequisite Nil.

Prerequisite Nil.

Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessments.

Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessments.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Refrigeration Mechanic. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Certificate IV in Engineering or Diploma of Engineering and further skill development.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

Career opportunities Possible job outcomes include various Team Leader positions within the food production environment.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Process Workers, Process and Resource Engineering, Food Manufacturing or Food and Drink Factory Workers.

Where to from here? Leads to further study in the food processing sector and further skill development.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Certificate III in Food Processing and further skill development.

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Study Options

Study Mode

FT Full Time PT Part Time N/A Not Applicable

OC FL TR

On Campus Flexible Traineeship

AP Apprenticeship NAP Non-Apprenticeship SR Skills Recognition

Campus Location

Course Start

MI SH RO MA

JAN FEB JUL ON

Mildura Swan Hill Robinvale Mallee (Ouyen)

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Certificate I in Food Processing

Certificate II in Food Processing

(Wine)

N/A

TR

MI SH RO MA

Certificate III in Food Processing

(Wine)

ON

N/A

FL TR

MI SH RO MA

(Wine)

ON

FL TR

N/A

MI SH RO MA

ON

Course code FDF10403 Duration 1 year traineeship Selection Nil

Course code FDF20403 Duration 18 months traineeship Selection Nil

Course code FDF30403 Duration 3 years traineeship Selection Nil

Course description This qualification provides the skills required to be a valued operator in viticulture, cellar operations or bottling and packaging operations.

Course description This qualification provides the skills required to work in wine grape production or wine processing industry in viticulture, cellar operations or bottling and packaging operations.

Course description This qualification provides the skills required by horticulturalists on wine grape properties or a manager or supervisor of a dedicated area within the wine processing industry.

Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Nil. How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Food and Drink Processing Machine Attendant, Horticulture and Viticulture, wine Manufacturing, Winery Cellar Hand. Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate II in Food Processing (Wine) and further skill development.

Prerequisite Nil.

Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Nil.

Extra requirements Nil. How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Food and Drink Processing Machine Attendant, Horticulture and Viticulture, Wine Manufacturing or Winery Cellar Hand. Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate III in Food Processing (Wine) and further skill development.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Intermediate Stationary Plant Operators, Horticulture and Viticulture, Wine Manufacturing or Stationary Plant Operators. Where to from here? Leads to further study in various courses across management.

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Foundation Skills Certificate I in General Education for Adults (Introductory) FT

OC

MI SH RO MA

Certificate I in General Education for Adults

FEB

FT

OC

MI SH RO MA

Certificate II in General Education for Adults

FEB

FT

OC

MI SH RO MA

FEB ON

Course code 21771VIC Duration 6 months full time Selection Interview

Course code 21772VIC Duration 6 months full time Selection Interview

Course code 21773VIC Duration 6 months full time Selection Interview

Course description This course is designed to improve your literacy, numeracy and general education skills. Completion of some units in this course may be eligible for credits towards other studies. Students can also combine their studies in this course with other qualifications (dual qualifications).

Course description This course is designed to improve your literacy, numeracy and general education skills. Completion of some units in this course may be eligible for credits towards other studies. Students can also combine their studies in this course with other qualifications (dual qualifications).

Course description This course is designed to improve your literacy, numeracy and general education skills. Completion of some units in this course may be eligible for credits towards other studies. Students can also combine their studies in this course with other qualifications (dual qualifications).

Prerequisite Students may enter the course at any level, based on the student’s needs for developing literacy, numeracy and general education.

Prerequisite Students may enter the course at any level, based on the student’s needs for developing literacy, numeracy and general education.

Prerequisite Students may enter the course at any level, based on the student’s needs for developing literacy, numeracy and general education.

Extra requirements Nil.

Extra requirements Nil.

Extra requirements Nil.

How to apply Direct to the Institute.

How to apply Direct to the Institute.

How to apply Direct to the Institute.

Career opportunities Students will acquire skills and knowledge to assist them to meet personal needs and to increase participation in the community, the workplace or in further education and training.

Career opportunities Students will acquire skills and knowledge to assist them to meet personal needs and to increase participation in the community, the workplace or in further education and training.

Career opportunities Students will acquire skills and knowledge to assist them to meet personal needs and to increase participation in the community, the workplace or in further education and training.

Where to from here? This course leads to many pathway options for students including further studies in various levels of the Certificate in General Education, skill development and/or employment outcomes.

Where to from here? This course leads to many pathway options for students including further studies in various levels of the Certificate in General Education, skill development and/or employment outcomes.

Where to from here? This course leads to many pathway options for students including further studies in various levels of the Certificate in General Education, skill development and/or employment outcomes.

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Study Options

Study Mode

FT Full Time PT Part Time N/A Not Applicable

OC FL TR

On Campus Flexible Traineeship

AP Apprenticeship NAP Non-Apprenticeship SR Skills Recognition

Campus Location

Course Start

MI SH RO MA

JAN FEB JUL ON

Mildura Swan Hill Robinvale Mallee (Ouyen)

Start Your Career at SuniTAFE 2012 Your guide to introductory, certificate I, certificate II and certificate III courses.

January February July Ongoing


Certificate III in General Education for Adults FT

OC

MI SH RO MA

FEB ON

Certificate I in Vocational Preparation

FT

OC

MI SH

Certificate I in Work Education

ON

FT

OC

MI SH

FEB

Course code 21774VIC Duration 6 months full time Selection Interview

Course code 22012VIC Duration 6 months full time Selection Interview

Course code 22128VIC Duration 2 years full time Selection Interview

Course description This course is designed to improve your literacy, numeracy and general education skills. Completion of some units in this course may be eligible for credits towards other studies. Students can also combine their studies in this course with other qualifications (dual qualifications).

Course description This course is designed to provide training for people to enhance their education and employment prospects.

Course description This post school course is suitable for a range of learners with disabilities or special learning needs, that impact on their learning. The course focuses specifically on vocational planning and work readiness skills.

Prerequisite Students may enter the course at any level, based on the student’s needs for developing literacy, numeracy and general education. Extra requirements Nil. How to apply Direct to the Institute. Career opportunities Students will acquire skills and knowledge to assist them to meet personal needs and to increase participation in the community, the workplace or in further education and training.

Prerequisite Nil.

Prerequisite Nil.

Extra requirements Nil.

Extra requirements Nil.

How to apply Direct to the Institute. Career opportunities This is a pathway for various vocational education and training programs, apprenticeships and traineeships. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in various certificate II and certificate III courses and further skill development.

How to apply Direct to the Institute. Career opportunities This course assists those intending to work in open employment involving routine, predictable, repetitive and proceduralised tasks under supervision. Where to from here? Leads to further studies in the vocation educational stream, further skill development and improves opportunities for employment outcomes.

Where to from here? This course leads to many pathway options for students including further studies, skill development and/or employment outcomes.

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Foundation Skills Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning Foundation PT

OC

MI

Course in Preliminary Spoken and Written English

ON

PT

OC

MI SH RO

Certificate I in Spoken and Written English

FEB

PT

OC

MI SH RO

FEB

Course code 21352VIC Duration 2 years part time Selection Interview

Course code 91418NSW Duration Dependent on participation Selection Interview

Course code 91421NSW Duration Dependent on participation Selection Interview

Course description This course is an alternative to VCE for those students who want to follow a practical and vocational stream of study. The VCAL stream is relevant to students who want to pursue further training at TAFE, get an Apprenticeship/Traineeship or directly enter the workforce.

Course description This course aims to assist adult learners of non-English speaking backgrounds to develop language and literacy skills to undertake further education and training, to seek and maintain employment and to participate in the community.

Course description This course aims to assist adult learners of non-English speaking backgrounds to develop language and literacy skills to undertake further education and training, to seek and maintain employment and to participate in the community.

Prerequisite Students would be expected to have reached a minimum survival level of English.

Prerequisite Nil.

Prerequisite Students enrol in a VCAL program at a level that matches their skills and abilities. Extra requirements Nil. How to apply Direct to the Institute.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via the Adult Migrant Education Program (AMEP).

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via the Adult Migrant Education Program (AMEP).

Career opportunities Completion of a VCAL award level may lead to employment and further study or training. Where to from here? Students may pursue further studies in the VCE stream and may be eligible for unit credits. Any VET units or modules completed during VCAL are credited to further vocational study.

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Extra requirements ISLPR Assessment is needed for Adult Migrant Education Program (AMEP) eligibility.

Extra requirements ISLPR Assessment is needed for Adult Migrant Education Program (AMEP) eligibility.

Career opportunities Possible outcomes upon completion of this course include enhanced job opportunities and various pathways for pursuing further education and training.

Career opportunities Possible outcomes upon completion of this course include enhanced job opportunities and various pathways for pursuing further education and training.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Certificate II in Written & Spoken English and other vocational education and training programs and further skill development.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Certificate I in Written & Spoken English and other vocational education and training programs and further skill development.

Study Options

Study Mode

FT Full Time PT Part Time N/A Not Applicable

OC FL TR

On Campus Flexible Traineeship

AP Apprenticeship NAP Non-Apprenticeship SR Skills Recognition

Campus Location

Course Start

MI SH RO MA

JAN FEB JUL ON

Mildura Swan Hill Robinvale Mallee (Ouyen)

Start Your Career at SuniTAFE 2012 Your guide to introductory, certificate I, certificate II and certificate III courses.

January February July Ongoing


Certificate II in Spoken and Written English PT

OC

MI SH RO

FEB

Certificate III in Spoken and Written English PT

OC

MI SH RO

Certificate III in ESL (Further Study)

FEB

FT

OC

MI

ON

Course code 91422NSW Duration Dependent on participation Selection Interview

Course code 91423NSW Duration Dependent on participation Selection Interview

Course code 21939VIC Duration 10 weeks Selection Interview

Course description This course aims to assist adult learners of non-English speaking backgrounds to develop language and literacy skills to undertake further education and training, to seek and maintain employment and to participate in the community.

Course description This course aims to assist adult learners of non-English speaking backgrounds to develop language and literacy skills to undertake further education and training, to seek and maintain employment and to participate in the community.

Course description This course is designed for adults learning English as a Second Language, to prepare them for a wide variety of educational and vocational pathways. This course is also suited for international students.

Prerequisite Nil.

Prerequisite Nil.

Extra requirements ISLPR Assessment is needed for Adult Migrant Education Program (AMEP) eligibility.

Extra requirements ISLPR Assessment is needed for Adult Migrant Education Program (AMEP) eligibility.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via the Adult Migrant Education Program (AMEP).

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via the Adult Migrant Education Program (AMEP).

Career opportunities Possible outcomes upon completion of this course include enhanced job opportunities and various pathways for pursuing further education and training.

Career opportunities Possible outcomes upon completion of this course include enhanced job opportunities and various pathways for pursuing further education and training.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Certificate III in Written & Spoken English and other vocational education and training programs and further skill development.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in various levels of the Certificate in General Education for Adults, vocational education and training programs and further skill development.

Prerequisite For international students entry requirements are initially determined by the Australian Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) and application for entry into the course are processed by the International Unit at Sunraysia Institute of TAFE. Extra requirements Nil. How to apply Direct to the Institute. Career opportunities Possible outcomes upon completion of this course include further studies in other vocational education and training programs such as; Nursing, Multimedia, Automotive, Hospitality and Horticulture. Where to from here? Leads to further study in the Certificate IV in ESL Further Study.

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Hair and Beauty

Foundation Skills Certificate IV in ESL (Further Study)

FT

OC

MI

Certificate II in Hairdressing

ON

FT

OC

MI

Certificate II in Nail Technology

FEB JUL

FT

OC TR

MI

FEB JUL ON

Course code 21940VIC Duration 10 weeks Selection Interview

Course code WRH20109 Duration 20 weeks full time Selection Interview

Course code WRB20104 Duration 20 weeks full time Selection Interview

Course description This course is designed for adults learning English as a Second Language, to prepare them for a wide variety of educational and vocational pathways. This course is also suited for international students.

Course description This qualification provides you with the skills needed to provide general assistance in a hairdressing salon. Functions at this level include performing a limited range of hairdressing tasks, interacting with customers and providing customer service, following workplace safety procedures, demonstrating effective hairdressing environment work practices, providing assistance to colleagues and developing hairdressing industry knowledge.

Course description This qualification provides you with the skills and knowledge required in the beauty industry to interact with customers, provide manicure and pedicure services, apply acrylic or gel nail enhancement and apply nail art.

Prerequisite Nil.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

Prerequisite For international students entry requirements are initially determined by the Australian Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) and application for entry into the course are processed by the International Unit at Sunraysia Institute of TAFE. Extra requirements Nil.

Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessments.

How to apply Direct to the Institute.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in vocational education and training programs.

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Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessments.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Beauty Therapist.

How to apply Direct to the Institute.

Career opportunities Possible outcomes upon completion of this course include further studies in other vocational education and training programs such as; Nursing, Multimedia, Automotive, Hospitality and Horticulture.

Prerequisite Nil.

Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate III in Beauty Services and further skill development.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Hair and Beauty Salon Assistant or Personal Services. Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate III in Hairdressing and further skill development.

Study Options

Study Mode

FT Full Time PT Part Time N/A Not Applicable

OC FL TR

On Campus Flexible Traineeship

AP Apprenticeship NAP Non-Apprenticeship SR Skills Recognition

Campus Location

Course Start

MI SH RO MA

JAN FEB JUL ON

Mildura Swan Hill Robinvale Mallee (Ouyen)

Start Your Career at SuniTAFE 2012 Your guide to introductory, certificate I, certificate II and certificate III courses.

January February July Ongoing


Certificate II in Make-up Services

FT

OC TR

MI

FEB JUL ON

Certificate III in Beauty Services

FT

OC TR

MI

Certificate III in Hairdressing

FEB JUL ON

Course code WRB20204 Duration 20 weeks full time Selection Interview

Course code WRB30104 Duration 1 year full time Selection Interview

Course description This qualification will provide you with the skills to be competent in communicating in the workplace, interacting with customers, demonstrating and selling make-up and retail skin care products and performing routine salon or store functions. Prerequisite Nil.

Course description This qualification will provide you with the skills to be competent in interacting with customers, providing a range of beauty services which may include make-up, waxing, nail technology, lash and brow treatments, and demonstrating and selling retail skin care and other cosmetic products. Work would be undertaken in beauty therapy salons and in the wider beauty industry.

Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessments.

Prerequisite Nil.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessments.

Career opportunities Possible job roles includes; Skin Care Retail Assistant or Make Up Retail Assistant. Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate III in Beauty Services and further skill development.

OC AP

FT

MI

FEB JUL ON

Course code WRH30109 Duration 1 year full time or 2 years apprenticeship Selection Interview

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Beauty Therapist or Personal Services. Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate IV in Beauty Services and further skill development.

Course description This qualification will provide you with the essential skills required for the hairdressing industry to sell products and services, ensuring a safe working environment and performing a full range of client services, including client consultation and advice, hair and scalp treatments, haircutting, hair design, colour and lightening, and chemical reformation services on male and/or female clients. Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessments. How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Hairdressing and Beauty Salons or Personal Services. Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate IV in Hairdressing and further skill development.

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Health

Certificate III in Aged Care

OC TR SR

PT

Certificate III in Allied Health Assistance

MI SH RO MA

FEB ON

PT

TR SR

MI SH RO MA

Certificate III in Health Administration

ON

PT

TR SR

MI SH RO MA

ON

Course code CHC30208 Duration 1 year part time Selection Interview

Course code HLT32407 Duration 1-2 years Selection Nil

Course code HLT32907 Duration 1 year Selection Nil

Course description This course will prepare you for working under supervision in aged care and the disability sector. You will maintain people’s care and other activities including the supervision of other workers. This qualification enables medication administration via dose administration.

Course description This course will enable workers to provide assistance to allied health professionals. Workers at this level operate under direct supervision and do not conduct programs or therapeutic interventions.

Course description This qualification covers workers who complete a wide range of administrative tasks, under direct or indirect supervision. These functions can be carried out in a range of settings, including hospitals, community health centres and private practice.

Prerequisite Must be employed as an Allied Health Assistant trainee (minimum 13 hours per week).

Prerequisite Must be employed as a Health Administration Officer trainee (minimum 13 hours per week).

Extra requirements Nil.

Extra requirements Nil.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Accommodation Support Worker, Nursing Assistant, Care Assistant, Community Care Worker, Home Care Assistant or Residential Care Worker.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Therapy Assistant, Physiotherapy Assistant, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Podiatry Assistant, Speech Pathology Assistant or Allied Health Assistant.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Administration Clerk, Administration Worker, Clinical Coding Clerk or Ward Clerk.

Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate IV in Aged Care and Diploma of Nursing and further skill development.

Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance or further skill development.

Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessment and a Victorian Police Check. How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

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Study Options

Study Mode

FT Full Time PT Part Time N/A Not Applicable

OC FL TR

On Campus Flexible Traineeship

AP Apprenticeship NAP Non-Apprenticeship SR Skills Recognition

Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate IV in Health Administration and further skill development.

Campus Location

Course Start

MI SH RO MA

JAN FEB JUL ON

Mildura Swan Hill Robinvale Mallee (Ouyen)

Start Your Career at SuniTAFE 2012 Your guide to introductory, certificate I, certificate II and certificate III courses.

January February July Ongoing


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Hospitality, Tourism and Events

Health

Certificate III in Health Services Assistance PT

TR SR

MI

Certificate III in Events

ON

OC TR

FT

Course code HLT32507 Duration 1 year Selection By application Course description This qualification covers workers in a range of job roles who provide assistance to health professional staff with the care of clients. Health Services Assistance involves the worker in direct client contact under supervision. Prerequisite Must be employed in the Health Industry as a trainee (minimum 13 hours per week).

Certificate II in Hospitality

MI

FEB ON

FT

FEB JUL ON

Course code SIT20207 Duration 20 weeks full time or 1 year traineeship Selection Interview

Course description This qualification provides you with the skills and knowledge to be competent in an administrative or operational events support role. Event organisation and management takes place across the full spectrum of business and community activity.

Course description This qualification provides you with the skills and knowledge to be competent in a range of activities and functions requiring basic operational knowledge and limited practical skills in a defined context. Work would be undertaken in various hospitality settings, such as restaurants, hotels, motels, catering operations, clubs, pubs, cafes and coffee shops. Individuals may work with some autonomy or in a team but usually under close supervision.

Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessments.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

Where to from here? Leads to further study in Diploma of Nursing or further skill development.

MI RO

Course code SIT30607 Duration 1 year full time or 2 years traineeship Selection Interview

Extra requirements Nil.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Nursing Assistant, Theatre support, Ward Assistant or Patient Support Assistant

OC TR

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Event Assistant, Event Administrative Assistant, Event Operations Assistant, Event Operative, Conference Assistant or Exhibitions Assistant. Where to from here? Leads to further study in Diploma of Events and further skill development.

Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessments. How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Bar Attendant, Bottle Shop Attendant, Catering Assistant, Food and Beverage Attendant, Housekeeping Attendant, Porter, Gaming Attendant, Receptionist or Front Office Assistant. Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate III in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery) and Certificate III in Hospitality and further skill development.

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Study Options

Study Mode

FT Full Time PT Part Time N/A Not Applicable

OC FL TR

On Campus Flexible Traineeship

AP Apprenticeship NAP Non-Apprenticeship SR Skills Recognition

Campus Location

Course Start

MI SH RO MA

JAN FEB JUL ON

Mildura Swan Hill Robinvale Mallee (Ouyen)

Start Your Career at SuniTAFE 2012 Your guide to introductory, certificate I, certificate II and certificate III courses.

January February July Ongoing


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Hospitality, Tourism and Events Certificate II in Hospitality

Certificate III in Hospitality

(Kitchen Operations)

OC TR

FT

MI

FEB JUL ON

OC TR

FT

Certificate III in Hospitality

(Commercial Cookery)

MI

FEB JUL ON

FT

OC AP

FEB ON

MI

Course code SIT20307 Duration 20 weeks full time or 18 months traineeship Selection Interview

Course code SIT30707 Duration 1 year full time or 2 years traineeship Selection Interview

Course code SIT30807 Duration 1 year full time or 3 years apprenticeship Selection Interview

Course description This qualification provides you with the skills and knowledge to be competent in a range of kitchen functions and activities that require the application of a limited range of practical skills in a defined context. Work would be undertaken in various hospitality enterprises where food is prepared and served, including restaurants, hotels, catering operations, clubs, pubs, cafes, cafeterias and coffee shops. Individuals may work with some autonomy or in a team but usually under close supervision.

Course description This qualification provides you with the skills and knowledge to be competent in skilled operations with the need to apply discretion and judgement. Work would be undertaken in various hospitality settings, such as restaurants, hotels, motels, clubs, pubs, cafes and coffee shops. Individuals may have some responsibility for others and provide technical advice and support to a team.

Course description This qualification provides you with the skills and knowledge to be competent as a qualified cook. Work would be undertaken in various hospitality enterprises where food is prepared and served, including restaurants, hotels, clubs, pubs, cafes, cafeterias and coffee shops. Individuals may have some responsibility for others and provide technical advice and support to a team.

Prerequisite Nil.

Prerequisite Nil.

Prerequisite Nil.

Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessments.

Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessments.

Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessments.

How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Bar Attendant, Barista, Waiter, Wine Waiter, Front Desk Receptionist, Housekeeper or Gaming Attendant.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Cook.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Breakfast Cook, Short Order Cook or Fast Food Cook. Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate III in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery) and Certificate III in Hospitality and further skill development.

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Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate IV in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery) and Certificate IV in Hospitality and further skill development.

Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate IV in Hospitality and further skill development.

Study Options

Study Mode

FT Full Time PT Part Time N/A Not Applicable

OC FL TR

On Campus Flexible Traineeship

AP Apprenticeship NAP Non-Apprenticeship SR Skills Recognition

Campus Location

Course Start

MI SH RO MA

JAN FEB JUL ON

Mildura Swan Hill Robinvale Mallee (Ouyen)

Start Your Career at SuniTAFE 2012 Your guide to introductory, certificate I, certificate II and certificate III courses.

January February July Ongoing


Koorie Training Certificate II in Tourism

NA

TR

Certificate III in Tourism

MI SH RO MA

ON

NA

TR

Certificate I in Mumgu-dhal tyama-tiyt

MI SH RO MA

ON

FT

OC

MI

FEB

Course code SIT20107 Duration 1 year traineeship Selection Interview

Course code SIT30107 Duration 18 months traineeship Selection Nil

Course code 21859VIC Duration 6 months full time Selection Interview

Course description This qualification provides you with the skills and knowledge to be competent in a defined range of basic tourism technical skills. Work would be undertaken in an office environment where the planning of tourism products and services takes place, in the field where tourism products are delivered or a combination of both.

Course description This qualification provides you with the skills and knowledge to be competent in a range of work across tourism sales, operational and tour delivery. The qualification reflects the role of skilled operators who apply a broad range of competencies in a varied work context, using some discretion and judgement and relevant theoretical knowledge. They may provide technical advice and support to a team.

Course description This course aims to provide accredited training for Indigenous Australians who want to develop their skills in order to access further education, training or employment.

Prerequisite Must be employed as a trainee.

How to apply Direct to the Institute.

Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessments.

Career opportunities Possible job outcomes may include traineeships and apprenticeships.

Prerequisite Must be employed as a trainee. Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessments. How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Tourism Office Assistant, Tour Operator, Tourism Wholesaler Documentation Clerk, Travel Agent Office Receptionist or Office Assistant, Conference Organiser, Attraction Park Retail Sales Assistant or Museum Attendant. Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate III in Tourism and further skill development.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Indigenous Cultural Centre Guide or Salesperson, Cellar Door Salesperson, Winery Tour Guide or Attendant Museum Guide, Attraction or Theme Park Attendant, Attraction or Theme Park Senior Ride Operator, Tour Operations Consultant or Tour Operator Reservation Sales Agent.

Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Nil.

Where to from here? This entry level course is designed for students who are considering further study or vocational education and training.

Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate IV in Tourism and further skill development.

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Koorie Training Certificate II in Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Cultural Arts FT PT

OC

MI

FEB JUL

Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning Koorie Specific - Intermediate FT

OC

MI

Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning Koorie Specific - Senior

FEB

FT

OC

MI

FEB

Course code CUV20203 Duration 1 Year or part-time equivalent Selection Nil

Course code 21353VIC Duration 1 year full time Selection Interview

Course code 21354VIC Duration 1 year full time Selection Interview

Course description This qualification allows learners to develop their basic art making skills that underpin visual art and craft practice.

Course description This course is an alternative to VCE for those students who want to follow a practical and vocational stream of study. The VCAL stream is relevant to students who want to pursue further training at TAFE, get an Apprenticeship/Traineeship, or directly enter the workforce.

Course description This course is an alternative to VCE for those students who want to follow a practical and vocational stream of study. The VCAL stream is relevant to students who want to pursue further training at TAFE, get an Apprenticeship/Traineeship, or directly enter the workforce.

Prerequisite Students enrol in a VCAL program at a level that matches their skills and abilities.

Prerequisite Students enrol in a VCAL program at a level that matches their skills and abilities.

Extra requirements Nil.

Extra requirements Nil.

How to apply Direct to the Institute.

How to apply Direct to the Institute.

How to apply Direct to the Institute.

Career opportunities Possible outcomes include study pathways into various creative arts qualifications at certificate III level and above.

Career opportunities Completion of a VCAL award level may lead to employment and further study or training.

Career opportunities Completion of a VCAL award level may lead to employment and further study or training.

Where to from here? Students may pursue further study in the VCE stream and may be eligible for unit credits. Any VET units or modules completed during VCAL are credited to further vocational study.

Where to from here? Students may pursue further study in the VCE stream and may be eligible for unit credits. Any VET units or modules completed during VCAL are credited to further vocational study.

Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Applicants must demonstrate a desire and commitment to undertake an art course. The local cultural knowledge necessary to achieve some of the units of competency in this qualification may only be accessible to Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people.

Where to from here? After achieving this qualification, people may progress to a wide range of other qualifications in visual art and craft or the creative industries more broadly.

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Study Options

Study Mode

FT Full Time PT Part Time N/A Not Applicable

OC FL TR

On Campus Flexible Traineeship

AP Apprenticeship NAP Non-Apprenticeship SR Skills Recognition

Campus Location

Course Start

MI SH RO MA

JAN FEB JUL ON

Mildura Swan Hill Robinvale Mallee (Ouyen)

Start Your Career at SuniTAFE 2012 Your guide to introductory, certificate I, certificate II and certificate III courses.

January February July Ongoing


Land and Environment Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management FT PT

OC TR SR

MI SH

FEB ON

Certificate III in Conservation and Land Management FT PT

OC FL TR SR

MI SH

Certificate I in Horticulture

FEB ON

OC TR SR

PT

MI

ON

Course code RTD20102 Duration Duration depends on individual study plan Selection Interview

Course code RTD30102 Duration 1 year full time or part time equivalent Selection Interview

Course code RTF10103 Duration 10 weeks or part time equivalent Selection Interview

Course description In this course you will learn a broad range of foundation skills encountered in the field of environmental management. Knowledge and skills gained will equip you with the tools to begin a pathway into this exciting industry.

Course description This entry-level qualification will develop your skills and knowledge required in the horticulture and conservation and land management industries.

Prerequisite Nil

Course description Participants will gain knowledge and skills in flora and fauna identification, cultural heritage, natural area restoration, water sampling and monitoring, GPS technology, map reading and land management. This course will allow participants to consolidate their pathway and seek employment in the environmental management industry.

Extra requirements Nil.

Prerequisite Nil.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

Extra requirements Nil.

Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Nil. How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

Career opportunities Possible job roles span across the areas of environmental management.

How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate III in Conservation and Land Management and further skill development.

Career opportunities Possible job outcomes include a career in Indigenous land management, lands, parks and wildlife or natural area management. Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate IV in Conservation and Land Management and further skill development.

Career opportunities Possible outcomes include preparation for undertaking a certificate II pre-vocational program or job outcome qualification that may facilitate entry into an Australian Apprenticeship. Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate II in Horticulture or Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management and further skill development.

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Land and Environment Certificate II in Floristry

OC TR SR

PT

Certificate II in Horticulture

MI

FT PT

ON

Course code WRF20104 Duration 1 year or part time Selection Interview

OC FL TR SR

MI SH RO MA

Certificate II in Production Horticulture

FT PT

ON

OC FL TR AP

MI SH RO MA

ON

Course code RTF20103 Duration 1 year full time or part time equivalent Selection Interview

Course code RTE20603 Duration 1 year full time or part time equivalent Selection Interview

Course description In this course you will learn basic floristry techniques to enable you to create a range of floral designs. Combine your creative flair with horticulture and retail knowledge to get started in this vibrant, fashion driven industry.

Course description In this qualification you will learn the skills and knowledge to be competent in a limited range of horticultural activities that could lead to further studies and a career in horticulture.

Course description This course will provide you with the skills required to work across various industries such as vine, fruit or vegetable production.

Prerequisite Nil.

Prerequisite Nil.

Extra requirements Nil.

Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessments.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Floral Designer, Event Management Stylist or Wedding/ Corporate Floral Specialist.

Career opportunities Possible job roles span across fresh fruit and vegetable production, the cut flower industry and landscaping.

Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate III in Floristry and further skill development.

Where to from here? Leads to further education and training pathways to various certificate III courses in Horticulture.

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Study Options

Study Mode

FT Full Time PT Part Time N/A Not Applicable

OC FL TR

On Campus Flexible Traineeship

AP Apprenticeship NAP Non-Apprenticeship SR Skills Recognition

Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessments. How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles span across various vegetable, berry, fruit production or alternative horticultural operations. Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate III in Production Horticulture and further skill development.

Campus Location

Course Start

MI SH RO MA

JAN FEB JUL ON

Mildura Swan Hill Robinvale Mallee (Ouyen)

Start Your Career at SuniTAFE 2012 Your guide to introductory, certificate I, certificate II and certificate III courses.

January February July Ongoing


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Land and Environment Certificate III in Floristry

OC TR AP SR

PT

Certificate III in Horticulture

MI

PT FT

ON

FL TR AP SR

MI SH RO MA

Certificate III in Production Horticulture

FEB ON

PT

OC FL TR AP SR

MI SH RO MA

ON

Course code WRF30104 Duration Duration depends on individual study plan Selection Interview

Course code RTF30103 Duration 1 year full time or part time equivalent Selection Interview

Course code RTE31603 Duration 1 year full time or part time equivalent Selection Interview

Course description This qualification will provide you with the skills to create a broad range of floral design styles and the theoretical knowledge of design elements and principles, colour theory and plant identification. The skills and knowledge gained will make it possible to explore many design options to enhance and expand your creativity.

Course description This course is designed for participants to develop a broad range of skills in the vibrant Ornamental Horticulture Industry.

Course description This course enables you to develop your skills and knowledge in fresh food production. Pursue a career in fruit, vegetable or berry production or in an expanding range of crop alternatives. There is also the potential to utilise these skills in the Cut Flower and Tree Cropping industries.

Prerequisite Nil.

Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessments.

Prerequisite Nil.

How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

Extra requirements Nil. How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Floral Designer, Event Management Stylist or Wedding/ Corporate Floral Specialist. Where to from here? Leads to further study in Floristry and further skill development.

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Prerequisite Nil.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Garden Designer, Landscape Designer, Gardener or Curator Public Gardens.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include a diverse range of positions in food production, cut flower and alternative horticultural enterprises.

Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate IV in Horticulture and other specialist horticulture qualifications at certificate IV level and further skill development.

Study Options

Study Mode

FT Full Time PT Part Time N/A Not Applicable

OC FL TR

On Campus Flexible Traineeship

AP Apprenticeship NAP Non-Apprenticeship SR Skills Recognition

Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessments.

Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate IV in Production Horticulture and further skill development.

Campus Location

Course Start

MI SH RO MA

JAN FEB JUL ON

Mildura Swan Hill Robinvale Mallee (Ouyen)

Start Your Career at SuniTAFE 2012 Your guide to introductory, certificate I, certificate II and certificate III courses.

January February July Ongoing


Certificate III in Horiculture

Certificate III in Irrigation

(Wholesale Nursery)

FT PT

OC FL TR AP SR

MI SH

ON

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FL TR SR

Certificate II in Sampling and Measurement MI SH RO MA

ON

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PT

MI

FEB ON

Course code RTF30603 Duration 1 year full time or part time equivalent Selection Interview

Course code RTE31303 Duration 1 year full time or part time equivalent Selection Interview

Course code MSL20109 Duration Duration depends on individual study plan Selection Interview

Course description In this course you will learn a diverse range of horticultural skills, including knowledge on plants and business practices to enable you to work in the Wholesale Nursery Industry.

Course description This course provides you with a range of skills and knowledge to enable you to work across a number of industries that depend on water usage.

Prerequisite Nil.

Prerequisite Nil.

Course description This qualification covers the skills and knowledge required to perform a range of sampling and measurement tasks as part of laboratory, production or field operations in the Construction, Manufacturing, Resources and Environmental industries.

Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessments.

Extra requirements Nil.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Team Member (Production Nursery) or Plant Propagation Specialist.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Commercial Irrigation Installer, Domestic Irrigation Installer or Irrigation Retail Sales.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in Certificate IV in Wholesale Nursery or Certificate IV in Retail Nursery and further skill development.

Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate IV in Irrigation and further skill development.

Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessments. How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Samplers, Testers, Production Personnel, Plant Operators, Production Operators, Field Assistants, Drivers or Sample Couriers. Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate III in Laboratory Skills and further skill development.

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Land and Environment

Transport and Logistics

Certificate III in Laboratory Skills

FL TR SR

PT

MI

Certificate II in Driving Operations

FT PT

FEB ON

Course code MSL30109 Duration 1 year part time Selection Interview

MI SH RO

(Logistics Operations)

ON

N/A

Prerequisite Nil.

How to apply VTAC for February 2012 entry. For other course start times apply direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre. Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Laboratory Technician for various industries, including mining, food processing, pathology clinics and pharmaceutical companies.

Extra requirements Nil.

Extra requirements Nil.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

How to apply Direct to the Institute.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Logistics Support Officer or Logistics Clerk.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Express Driver, Pickup & Delivery, Courier, Taxi Truck Driver, Priority or Taxicab Driver.

Study Options

Study Mode

FT Full Time PT Part Time N/A Not Applicable

OC FL TR

On Campus Flexible Traineeship

AP Apprenticeship NAP Non-Apprenticeship SR Skills Recognition

ON

Prerequisite Nil.

Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate III in Transport and Logistics and further skill development.

Where to from here? Leads to further skill development.

Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate IV in Laboratory Techniques and further skill development.

MI SH RO

Course description This qualification is for those engaged in logistics operations support within the Transport and Logistics Industry undertaking a range of tasks involving known routines and procedures and taking some responsibility for the quality of work outcomes.

Course description This qualification is designed for driving operation job roles within the Transport and Logistics Industry. Successful completion of the licensing units within the qualification must align with State and Territory licensing and regulatory requirements. Prerequisite Nil.

Extra requirements Literacy and numeracy assessments.

FL TR

Course code TLI21107 Duration 1 year Selection Nil

Course code TLI21209 Duration 6 months full time or part time equivalent Selection Nil

Course description This qualification builds on the skills and knowledge gained at a Certificate II level that is required for working in a broad range of laboratory operations across all industry sectors.

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OC FL

Certificate II in Transport and Logistics

Campus Location

Course Start

MI SH RO MA

JAN FEB JUL ON

Mildura Swan Hill Robinvale Mallee (Ouyen)

Start Your Career at SuniTAFE 2012 Your guide to introductory, certificate I, certificate II and certificate III courses.

January February July Ongoing


Certificate II in Transport and Logistics (Warehousing and Storage)

N/A

FL TR

MI SH RO

ON

Certificate III in Driving Operations

N/A

FL

MI SH RO

Certificate III in Transport and Logistics (Logistics Operations)

ON

N/A

FL TR

MI SH RO

ON

Course code TLI20107 Duration 1 year Selection Nil

Course code TLI31209 Duration 1 year Selection Nil

Course code TLI31107 Duration 2 years Selection Nil

Course description This course is designed to give people the capacity to work in the Warehousing Industry. It is appropriate for employees who work at a high skill level and aims to prepare participants for management responsibility associated with a diver’s workplace.

Course description This qualification is designed for driving operation job roles within the Transport and Logistics Industry. Successful completion of the licensing units within the qualification must align with State and Territory licensing and regulatory requirements.

Course description This course provides the participant with skills and knowledge required for various job roles across logistic operations, including skills up to managerial level. Suitable for both large and small industries.

Prerequisite Nil.

Prerequisite Nil.

Prerequisite Certificate II in Transport & Logistics (Logistics Operations).

Extra requirements Nil.

Extra requirements Nil.

Extra requirements Nil.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

How to apply Direct to the Institute.

How to apply Direct to the Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

Career opportunities Possible job outcomes include various jobs across the Warehousing Industry.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Line Haul Driver, Local General Heavy Freight Driver or Interstate Driver.

Career opportunities Possible job outcomes include various jobs across the Warehousing Industry.

Where to from here? Leads to further study in Certificate III in Transport and Logistics or further skill development.

Where to from here? Leads to further study in various courses across transport and distribution and further skill development.

Where to from here? Leads to further study in various courses across transport and logistics and further skill development.

Telephone 03 5022 3666

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Visual Arts, Design and Multimedia

Transport and Logistics Certificate III in Transport and Logistics (Warehousing and Storage)

FL TR

N/A

MI SH RO

Certificate II in Live Production, Theatre and Events FT PT

ON

Course code TLI30107 Duration 2 years Selection Nil

OC

MI

ON

Course code CUE20103 Duration 6 months full time or part time equivalent Selection Nil

Course description A qualification for those engaged in logistics operations within the Transport and Logistics Industry. It involves a defined range of skilled operations, usually within a range of broader related activities involving known routines, methods and procedures, where some discretion and judgement is required in the selection of equipment, services or contingency measures and within known time constraints. It may also include responsibility for coordinating the work of others. Prerequisite Nil.

Course description This qualification reflects the role of individuals who perform a range of routine tasks and who work under direct supervision. It is a flexible entry-level qualification, which can be customised to meet a broad range of industry needs. Prerequisite Nil. Extra requirements Nil. How to apply Direct to the Institute.

Extra requirements Nil.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Front of House Assistant or Lighting/Audio/Staging Assistant in small venues.

How to apply Direct to Institute or via an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

Where to from here? Leads to further studies in higher level qualifications in Live Production, Theatre and Events (Technical Operations) and further skill development.

Career opportunities Possible job roles include; Logistics Administration Officer or Logistic Services Clerk. Where to from here? Leads to further study in various courses across logistics.

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Study Options

Study Mode

FT Full Time PT Part Time N/A Not Applicable

OC FL TR

On Campus Flexible Traineeship

AP Apprenticeship NAP Non-Apprenticeship SR Skills Recognition

Campus Location

Course Start

MI SH RO MA

JAN FEB JUL ON

Mildura Swan Hill Robinvale Mallee (Ouyen)

Start Your Career at SuniTAFE 2012 Your guide to introductory, certificate I, certificate II and certificate III courses.

January February July Ongoing


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Mildura Campus

Benetook Avenue Mildura, Vic 3500 T: 03 5022 3666 F: 03 5022 3600 E: mildura@sunitafe.edu.au

Swan Hill Campus

64 Sea Lake-Swan Hill Road Swan Hill, Vic 3585 T: 03 5036 0220 F: 03 5036 0295 E: swanhill@sunitafe.edu.au

Robinvale Campus

160 Bromley Road Robinvale, Vic 3549 T: 03 5051 8300 F: 03 5051 8320 E: robinvale@sunitafe.edu.au

Mallee Campus (Ouyen) 46 Oke Street Ouyen, Vic 3490 T: 03 5091 0400 F: 03 5091 0420 E: mallee@sunitafe.edu.au

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