Gold Coast Course Guide - 2024

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2024 COURSE GUIDE

GOLD COAST

WHY STUDY AT TAFE QUEENSLAND

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

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With 140 years of experience.

Over 550+ university pathways. We train approximately 125,000 students every year. Practical, hands-on courses that get you jobready sooner. Industry-experienced teachers, eager to share their knowledge. More than 400 courses from entry-level certificates to bachelor degrees. Purpose built facilities, simulating real world work environments. 60+ locations across Queensland. Over 85% of graduates go on to work or further study*. Flexible and supportive learning environment.

*Post training outcome is sourced from the 2022 National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) VET Student Outcomes Survey
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OUR CAMPUSES

Getting to campus

Our campuses are accessible by both private and public transport, with full details available on individual campus pages on our website at tafeqld.edu.au/locations.

If you are a full-time student, you may be eligible for a student discount on public transport. For more information or to plan your travel call 13 12 30 or visit translink.com.au

SOUTHPORT

ASHMORE TRADE TRAINING CENTRE

Ashmore Trade Training Centre

Coolangatta

Coomera Creative

Coomera Marine

Robina

Southport

COOMERA CREATIVE ROBINA COOLANGATTA COOMERA MARINE
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Robina Campus

Robina Campus is leading the way as a sustainable vocational institution in Australia, ensuring that sustainability is embedded into every aspect of campus operations including campus design, course curriculum and student life.

This vibrant and lively café offers a place for students and locals to connect with healthy menu options. seedpodcafe.com.au

As a sophisticated lounge bar and restaurant, Green Fields creates a unique dining experience with amazing views.

greenfields-dining.com.au

The stunning Anna Rose Room can host events for up to 300 people, while practicing sustainability in all event operations.

robinaeventscentre.com.au

Full service gymnasium offering affordable personal training, group classes and memberships to locals and students.

tqfitness.com.au

Our fully operational hairdressing and beauty salons embrace eco-friendly products, while following a waste reduction strategy.

tafeqld.edu.au/about/services/gold-coast

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OUR FACILITIES

Step into our purpose-built facilities where you will learn hands-on using the same tools and equipment used in industry. Put your theory into practice straight away in our clinical labs, salons, training restaurants, creative spaces, and trades workshops.

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

SOUTHPORT

Clinical Labs

With cutting-edge facilities at our Southport campus, our Health and Nursing students get to study and learn hands-on in our specialised clinical labs. The advanced clinical wards, boast state-of-the-art simulation labs with augmented reality hologram patients and dedicated areas for nursing, allied health, aged care, community services and disability support.

• Our clinical labs boast a 64 bed simulated hospital environment for students to get hands-on practical experience

• Learn with advanced technology and virtual hologram patients in real world hospital settings in our high fidelity simulation training rooms

• Innovative world class equipment for all areas of health care service including community, aged, disability, allied health, primary health and hospitals

• Our medical rehabilitation facilities include treadmills, recumbent bicycles, stationary bicycles, parallel bars, practice stairs for rehabilitation, a diverse range of mobility aides and ceiling and mobile hoists

• Industry standard rehabilitation room complete with physical rehabilitation equipment from hospital setting to community based setting –including simulated kitchen and dining area

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Trade Training

Discover cutting-edge trade training facilities at our Ashmore and Coomera Marine campuses. Equipped with state-of-the-art industrystandard technology, our innovative training centres offer diverse practical learning zones, interactive technology, and contemporary student hubs complete with kitchen amenities and breakout study areas.

• Air-conditioning and refrigeration training facilities comprised of cool rooms, freezer room, hybrid practical and theory room

• Electrotechnology training areas feature 36 live wiring bays and data communications technology

• Custom-built carpentry building including elevated working at heights training area

• Multi-level plumbing tower simulating the complexities of a residential or commercial multi-level dwelling

• Purpose-built marine campus equipped with separate fiberglass chambers and spray-painting booths

• Interactive technology and latest diagnostic equipment from across all industries

Creative Hub

Explore our purpose-built creative campus offering a range of specialist facilities to amplify your inspiration. From Mac and PC labs to recording studios, digital video and editing suites, and a Black Box Theatre, our campus is the perfect home for creators, innovators, entertainers, and movie makers alike. Immerse yourself in the best creative learning experience in the region and unleash your full potential.

• Cyber security training operation centre

• VX lab, VR/HR Hololens headsets (Unity Academic Alliance)

• Recording studios featuring Avid Pro Tools and Sibelius

• 150 seat auditorium, with box office and 130msq stage area

• Jed Cahill multipurpose theatre, Black box theatre

• Video editing suites

• Opti-track 3D motion capture system

• 3D scanning and printing equipment

• Autodesk Entertainment Creation Suite

• Dell precision, Lenovo thinkstation and Mac Pro workstations

• Adobe Creative Cloud software

• Dedicated 3D render farms

• Black magic cameras

COOMERA
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ASHMORE

PATHWAYS TO YOUR FUTURE

TAFE Queensland offers entry-level certificates to bachelor degree courses across a wide variety of industry areas. Whatever your interest, we've got a course to suit.

There are plenty of ways to land your dream career, so give yourself a head start and fast track your studies with a TAFE at School course.

Once you complete your TAFE at School course, you may be eligible for direct entry into any related TAFE Queensland diploma. When you complete your diploma, our partnerships with local universities can help you gain placement into a bachelor degree.

University Pathways

TAFE at School

Our partner universities and higher education providers

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

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SUPPORT SERVICES

Everybody's journey is different and sometimes you need some extra support. We offer a range of support services for students with a strong focus on learning and educational assistance to enable successful completion of your studies.

Disability Support

Disability support is available which may include individualised planning and advice to help you succeed in your studies. This support may include identifying specialised equipment, access to assistance and teacher liaison.

Facilities

All campuses are either located within walking distance to food and beverage outlets or have an on-site cafeteria. Our campuses are close to public transport or parking is available for no or minimal charge.

Library

You will have access to a range of online and hard copy resources at our libraries located at our Ashmore, Coomera and Southport campuses.

Internet/wifi

You will have access to TAFE Queensland’s WiFi and student computers with internet access across all of our campuses.

Online Support

Access to TAFE Queensland learning support and resources including Studiosity. Through Studiosity, you can chat online to expert tutors who can help you with your studies. Studiosity is available for students studying qualifications certificate III and above.

Learning Skills

Provided by specialised teachers, get support in exam preparation, assignment writing, time management, making presentations, study skills, language, literacy and numeracy support and general study skills.

Employment Officer

We have an employment expert who can help match you to a job opportunity as they become available. The position works closely with our other student services to help guide and support you as you seek employment.

Career Café

Held each year, the session will give you the opportunity to meet with Universities, Defence and the Police Service and major employers to discuss your next steps in education and employment.

Student Counselling

Free and confidential counselling is available to assist and support you with career guidance and personal, study or work-related issues.

Indigenous Student Support

An Indigenous Student Support Officer is available to assist you and support you during your studies.

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STUDY AREAS

TAFE Queensland offers entry-level certificates to bachelor degree courses across a wide variety of industry areas. Whatever your interest, we've got a course to suit.

ANIMAL SERVICES 11 BUSINESS, ACCOUNTING AND JUSTICE 11 COMMUNITY SERVICES 12 HOSPITALITY AND COOKERY 14 CHILD CARE 12 EVENTS 13 TRADES 15 AVIATION 11 11 HAIR AND BEAUTY 13 EDUCATION AND TRAINING 14 NURSING AND HEALTH 15 SPORTS AND FITNESS DEGREE PATHWAYS AVAILABLE CREATIVE INDUSTRIES 12 14 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 10 | TAFE Queensland

ANIMAL SERVICES

Animal Care

ACM30122 Certificate III in Animal Care Services

Career Outcomes

Ashmore, Southport

Assistant in Animal Care Practice, Animal Care Receptionist, Support Officer/ Assistant

ACM40418 Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing Veterinary Nurse

AVIATION

Coolangatta> Aviation

AVI50222

Career Outcomes

Diploma of Aviation (Commercial Pilot Licence – Aeroplane) Aviation Manager, Commercial Aeroplane Pilot

AVI50519 Diploma of Aviation (Instrument Rating)

Aviation Manager, Commercial Aeroplane Pilot, Commercial Pilot Flight Instructor

BUSINESS, ACCOUNTING AND JUSTICE Robina

Accounting and Finance

Career Outcomes

FNS40222 Certificate IV in Accounting and Bookkeeping Bookkeeper, Payroll Officer, Accounts Clerk, Accounting Support Officer, BAS Agent

FNS50222 Diploma of Accounting Bookkeeper, Payroll Officer, Assistant Account, Accounts Receivable/ Payable Officers, BAS Agent

Business and Management

BSB30120

Certificate III in Business^

BSB30120 Certificate III in Business (Business Administration)^

Career Outcomes

Secretary (General), Receptionist, Data Entry Operator, Junior Personal Assistant, General Clerk, Medical Receptionist

Administrative Assistant, Office Assistant, Receptionist, Junior Personal Assistant, Accounts Payable Clerk

BSB30120 Certificate III in Business (Medical Administration)^ Medical Receptionist, Medical Secretary

BSB40520 Certificate IV in Leadership and Management^ Supervsior, Team Leader

BSB40920

Certificate IV in Project Management Practice Project Administrator, Contracts Officer

BSB50120 Diploma of Business^

Program Consultant, Program Coordinator, Executive Officer, Administration Manager

BSB50420 Diploma of Leadership and Management^ Business Manager, Human Resource Manager, Sales Team Manager

BSB50820 Diploma of Project Management Project Administrator, Project Manager

BSB50920 Diploma of Quality Auditing (RPL only)

Improvement Consultant, Internal Auditor, Quality Assurance Manager Legal,

Protective Services Officer, Australian Border Force Officer, Private/Government Investigator, Corrections Officer, Police Officer, Youth Justice roles

Protective Services Officer, Paralegal/Legal Administrator, Australian Border Force Officer, Private/Government Investigator, Corrections Officer, Police Officer, Youth Justice roles

offered online through TAFE Queensland’s Virtual Business College, for more information tafeqld.edu.au/avbc >Airways Aviation Campus
^Also
Crime and Justice Career
Outcomes
10971NAT Certificate IV in Justice Studies
10972NAT Diploma of Justice Studies
CHILD CARE Robina, Southport Child Care Career Outcomes
III in Early Childhood Education and Care
Care
Education
Care
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CHC30121 Certificate
Outside School Hours Care Assistant, Family Day Care Provider, Early Childhood Education and
Assistant/Care Worker CHC50121 Diploma of Early Childhood
and
Early Childhood Educator, Out of School Hours Care Coordinator, Early Childhood Centre Director

Aged Care

CHC33021

CHC43015

CHC43415

Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing)

Certificate IV in Ageing Support

Career Outcomes

Aged Care Worker, Disability Carer, Residential Care Worker

Disability Support Worker, Coordinator of Volunteers, Care Service Team Leader, Aged Care Activity Worker

Certificate IV in Leisure and Health Activities Officer, Disability Officer, Diversional Therapy Assistant, Leisure Officer

Community Services

CHC32015

CHC40421

CHC50321

CHC51015

CHC52021

Certificate III in Community Services

Career Outcomes

Community Care Worker, Intake and Referral Worker, Neighbourhood Centre Worker, Respite Care Worker, Support Worker

Certificate IV in Youth Work Youth Worker, Community Services Worker, Residential Care Officer

Diploma of Child, Youth and Family Intervention Child Protection Worker, Non-Residential Case Worker/Team Leader, Protective Case Worker, Residential Care Worker

Diploma of Counselling Counsellor, Case Worker, Case Manager, Support Officer

Diploma of Community Services

Mental Health Services

CHC43515

CHC53315

Family Support Worker, Case Manager, Youth Worker, Mental Health Worker, Residential Care Worker, Family Support Worker, Welfare Worker

Career Outcomes

Certificate IV in Mental Health Peer Work Coordinator – Mental Health (Carer Peer Work), Coordinator – Mental Health (Consumer Peer Work), Mental Health Outreach Worker

Diploma of Mental Health

Case Manager, Mental Health Worker, Support Coordinator, Family/Community Mental Health Support Worker

CREATIVE INDUSTRIES Coomera Creative

Graphic Design

CUA30720

CUA50720

Building Design

CPP40121

Career Outcomes

Certificate III in Design Fundamentals Junior Graphic Design Assistant, Design Assistant

Diploma of Graphic Design

Graphic Designer, Illustrator, Interface Design, Creative Entrepreneur, Multimedia Designer, Digital Artist

Career Outcomes

Certificate IV in Residential Drafting CAD Technician, Draftsperson

CPP50921 Diploma of Building Design

Interior Design and Decoration

MSF50222

Diploma of Interior Design

Digital Screen and Media

CUA31020

CUA51020

CUA51020

CUA51020

Music

CUA30920

CUA50820

CUA50820

Certificate III in Screen and Media

Diploma of Screen and Media > (Specialist Makeup Services)

Diploma of Screen and Media (Production Management)

Diploma of Screen and Media (Post-Production)

Certificate III in Music

Diploma of Music (Performance)

Diploma of Music (Sound Production)

Draftsperson, Plan Administrator, Building Plan Checker, CAD Technician, Building Designer

Career Outcomes

Interior Decorator/Designer, Colour Consultant, Interior Drafter

Career Outcomes

Junior 3D Modeler/ Animator, Assistant Video Editor, Storyboard/ Concept Artist, Texture Artist, Motions Graphics Designer, VFX Composition Editor

Special makeup effects technician, makeup artist, film/TV and stage work, prosthetic workshop technician, hair stylist

Film Director, Television Director, Director of Photography, Editor, Master Control Operator, Production Manager, Technical Director, 1st Assistant Director, Script Supervisor, Continuity Supervisor

Assistant Photo Editor, Assistant 3D Animator/ Modeler, Assistant Camera Operator, Video and Sound Editor, Assistant Storyboard Artist

Career Outcomes

Assistant Music Manager, Assistant Sound Mixer, Working Musician

Composer, Vocalist, Music Professional, Musician, Music Retailer, Midi Programmer

Assistant Sound Engineer, Sound Engineer, Music Producer, Composer

*This qualification has been replaced. A transition period applies to enable current students to complete their study. If required, enrolments will be transitioned into the replacement qualification. For full details visit tafeqld.edu.au.

>Campus, Huxley School of Makeup, Burleigh Heads

COMMUNITY SERVICES Southport
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BACHELOR PROGRAMS WITH SOUTHERN CROSS UNIVERSITY | CRICOS Provider: 01241G

Digital Media

3007084

3007084

Music

3003140

3003140

Bachelor of Digital Media (1st year entry)

CRICOS Course Code 102203G

Bachelor of Digital Media (2nd year entry)

CRICOS Course Code 102203G upon successful completion of one of the below qualifications:

• CUA51020 Diploma of Screen and Media (Post-production)

• CUA51020 Diploma of Screen and Media (Production Management)

• CUA50720 Diploma of Graphic Design

Bachelor of Contemporary Music (1st year entry) CRICOS Course Code 026996C

Bachelor of Contemporary Music (2nd year entry) CRICOS Course Code 026996C upon successful completion of one of the below qualifications:

• CUA50820 Diploma of Music (Sound Production)

• CUA50820 Diploma of Music (Performance)

Career Outcomes

Advertising Professional, Digital Communication Specialist, Digital Content Designer, Digital Content Producer, Film and Television Director, Marketing Analyst/Coordinator, Media Advisor, Media Planner/Buyer, Media or Communications Adviser, Screenwriter, Social Media Coordinator, working in fields such as film, television and radio, newspapers and magazines, online media, graphic design, marketing, advertising and public relations

Career Outcomes

Performer, Songwriter, Producer, Sound Engineer, Session Musician, Musical Director, Music Educator, Music Event Promoter, Band and Venue Manager

EDUCATION AND TRAINING Robina, Southport Education Support Career Outcomes
Certificate III in School Based
Foundation Skills Outcome 11137NAT Course in Skills to Access Learning Pathways Further study pathways 11138NAT Course in Skills to Develop Learning Pathways Further study pathways 11139NAT Certificate I in Skills for Education and Training Pathways Further study pathways 11140NAT Certificate II in Skills for Education Training and Employment Pathways Further study pathways IELTS Testing Career Outcomes ELICOS 0101408 IELTS Preparation Preparation to sit IELTS exam HAIR AND BEAUTY Robina Beauty Career Outcomes SHB30121 Certificate III in Beauty Services Beauty Consultant, Makeup Artist SHB50121 Diploma of Beauty Therapy Senior Beauty Therapist 2024 Course Guide | 13
EVENTS Robina Event Management Career Outcomes SIT30522 Certificate III in Events Conference and Events Assistant, Event Operations Assistant, Event Administrative Assistant SIT50322 Diploma of Event Management Conference Coordinator, Function Coordinator, Staging Coordinator, Event or Exhibition Planner, Venue Coordinator
CHC30221
Education Support Education Assistant (Special Needs), Home Tutor, Indigenous Support Worker, Teacher Aide/Assistant CHC40221 Certificate IV in School Based Education Support Education Assistant, Indigenous Language and Culture Teaching Assistant, Education Support Worker, School Officer, Teacher Aide, Inclusive Education Assistant, Home Tutor
Hairdressing Career Outcomes
Certificate III in Barbering Barber
Certificate III in Hairdressing Hairdresser
AND COOKERY Robina Cookery Career Outcomes
SHB30516
SHB30416
HOSPITALITY
SIT30821 Certificate III in Commercial Cookery Commercial Cook, Banquet Cook, Bistro Cook, Cafe Cook
Hospitality Career Outcomes
Certificate III in Hospitality
Receptionist,
Diploma of Hospitality
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Coomera Creative Blockchain Career Outcomes 10849NAT Diploma of Applied
Management or Operational roles applying blockchain technologies
Security Career Outcomes 22603VIC Certificate IV in Cyber Security
or Network Security
Penetration
Information Systems Security
Security
and Communications Technology (ICT) Career Outcomes
Certificate III in Information
Helpdesk,
SIT40521 Certificate IV in Kitchen Management Chef, Chef De Partie, Sous Chef, Demi Chef, Chef Tournant
SIT30622
Espresso Coffee Machine Operator, Food and Beverage Attendant, Front Desk
Gaming Attendant, Waiter SIT50422
Management Function Manager, Bar and Gaming Manager, Hospitality Manager, Motel Manager, Restaurant Manager
Blockchain
10747NAT Advanced Diploma of Applied Blockchain Blockchain Developer, Developer Programmer, Systems Analyst Business Analyst Cyber
Cyber
Support Officer, Security
Tester,
Support Officer,
Operations Centre Analyst Information
ICT30120
Technology
IT Support, ICT Technician
ICT50220 Diploma of Information Technology (Advanced Networking and Cloud Engineering) Network Administrator, System Administrator, Cloud Security and Virtualisation
Developer, Software Tester, Mobile/Cloud/Web Application Developer, Database Design
Desktop Programming NURSING AND HEALTH Southport Allied Health Career Outcomes HLT37315 Certificate III in Health Administration Ward Clerk in Private or Public Sector, Medical Centre Receptionist, Allied Health Receptionist HLT33115 Certificate III in Health Services Assistance Assistant in Nursing (AIN), Nursing Support Worker, Orderly, Patient Service Attendant, Personal Care Worker, Ward Support HLT43015 Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance* (Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy) Ward Clerk in Private or Public Sector, Medical Centre Receptionist, Allied Health Receptionist Laboratory Science Career Outcomes HLT37215 Certificate III in Pathology Collection Pathology Assistant (Laboratory Aide), Pathology Collector, Pathology Specimen Collector Nursing Career Outcomes HLT54121 Diploma of Nursing – Mixed Mode (with Residential Schools) Full time or Part time Enrolled Nurse HLT54121 Diploma of Nursing – Mixed Mode (with Residential Schools) Ramsay Health Care Partnership Program Enrolled Nurse HLT54121 Diploma of Nursing Greenslopes Private Hospital Partnership Program Enrolled Nurse 14 | TAFE Queensland
ICT50220 Diploma of Information Technology (Advanced Programming) Software
Development,

Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

CHCSS00070 Assist Clients with Medication Skill Set^

CHCSS00098 Individual Support – Disability Skill Set^

HLTAID009 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation

HLTAID011 Provide First Aid

SPORTS AND FITNESS Robina

Sports and Fitness

Career Outcomes

SIS30321 Certificate III in Fitness Group Exercise Instructor, Gym Instructor, Fitness Instructor

SIS40221

SIS50321

Certificate IV in Fitness Personal Trainer

Diploma of Sport Sport Development Manager, High Performance Coach, Talent Manager

TRADES Ashmore Trade Training Centre, Coomera Marine Automotive Career Outcomes

AUR20220

AUR20720

AUR30320

AUR30620

AUR31120

AUR31520

Certificate II in Automotive Air Conditioning Technology Automotive Air Conditioning Serviceperson

Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation Apprenticeship Pathway – Automotive Mechanic, Marine Mechanical

Certificate III in Automotive Electrical Technology Automotive Electrician

Certificate III in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology Light Vehicle Mechanical Technician

Certificate III in Heavy Commercial Vehicle Mechanical Technology Heavy Commercial Vehicle Technician

Certificate III in Automotive Diesel Engine Technology Diesel Fitter

Building and Construction Career Outcomes

CPC10120 Certificate I in Construction Apprenticeship Pathway – Domestic/Commercial Building, Builder’s Labourer

CPC40120

Certificate IV in

*This qualification has been replaced. A transition period applies to enable current students to complete their study. If required, enrolments will be transitioned into the replacement qualification. For full details visit tafeqld.edu.au.

^Pre-requisites apply

Building
Construction
Construction
Construction
Cabinetry and Joinery Career Outcomes MSF30322 Certificate III in Cabinet Making and Timber Technology Cabinet Maker CPC30120 Certificate III in Shopfitting Shopfitter Carpentry Career Outcomes CPC30220 Certificate III in Carpentry Carpenter and Joiner Electrotechnology and Refrigeration Career Outcomes UEE22020 Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start) Apprenticeship Pathway – Electrician
II in Split Air-conditioning and Heat Pump Systems Split Air-conditioning and Heat Pump Installer
Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician Electrician UEE32220 Certificate III in Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Air-conditioning and Refrigeration Mechanic/Fitter
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and
(Building) Construction Supervisor, Builder, Construction Manager, Site Manager, Site Supervisor CPC50220 Diploma of Building and
(Building)
Contract Manager, Builder, Construction Project Manager, Site Supervisor
UEE20120 Certificate
UEE30820
UEE33020

Engineering

MEM30219

MEM31922

MEM40119

Horticulture

AHC30722

AHC30921

AHC31021

Maritime

AUR20720

AUR30520

MEM30719

Plumbing

Certificate III in Engineering – Mechanical Trade (Fitting/Machining)

Certificate III in Engineering – Fabrication Trade (Boilermaking/Welding, Fabrication, Sheetmetal)

Certificate IV in Engineering

Career Outcomes

Fitter and Turner, Fluid Power Mechanic, Maintenance Mechanic, Mechanical Fitter, Metal Machinist (First Class)

Boilermaker, Motor Mechanic, Fitter and Turner, Toolmaker, Welder, Sheetmetal Worker (First class)

Higher Engineering Tradesperson: Special Class Engineering Tradesperson

Career Outcomes

Certificate III in Horticulture Horticulturalist, Nursery Worker, Parks and Gardens Worker

Certificate III in Landscape Construction Parks and Gardens Tradesperson, Landscape Gardener

Certificate III in Parks and Gardens Parks and Gardens Tradesperson, Landscape Gardener, Greenkeeper

Career Outcomes

Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation Apprenticeship Pathway – Marine Mechanical

Certificate III in Marine Mechanical Technology Marine Technician

Certificate III in Marine Craft Construction Boat Builder and Repairer, Marine Fabrication

Career Outcomes

11054NAT Certificate II in Plumbing Services Apprenticeship Pathway – Plumbing

CPC20720

CPC32420

CPC32620

CPC32720

CPC40920

CPC40920

Bricklaying

CPC33020

Certificate II in Drainage Drainer

Certificate III in Plumbing Plumber (General)

Certificate III in Roof Plumbing Roofing Installer, Roof Plumber

Certificate III in Gas Fitting Gasfitter

Certificate IV in Plumbing and Services (Open Gas Licence) Open Gas Licence

Certificate IV in Plumbing and Services (Plumbing Licence) Plumbing Contractor, Specialist Hydraulic Designer (Plumber)

Career Outcomes

Certificate III in Bricklaying and Blocklaying Bricklayer and Blocklayer

Painting and Decorating

CPC30620

Career Outcomes

Certificate III in Painting and Decorating Painter and Decorator

*This qualification has been replaced. A transition period applies to enable current students to complete their study. If required, enrolments will be transitioned into the replacement qualification. For full details visit tafeqld.edu.au .

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TAFE QUEENSLAND SKILL SETS

BEAUTY AND HAIRDRESSING

Barbering

SSSHB0001 Barbering Skill Set:

• SHBHCUT009 Cut hair using freehand clipper techniques,

• SHBHCUT001 Design haircut structures,

• SHBHCUT012 Shave heads and faces,

• SHBHCUT013 Provide men's general grooming services,

• SHBHCUT010 Create haircuts using tracks and carving

TRADES

Building and Construction

SSCSQ0005 CSQ Short Courses – General Construction 3 Skill Set

Commission and Maintain Backflow Prevention Devices Skill Set:

• CPCPWT4022 Commission and maintain backflow prevention devices

Elevated Work Platform Skill Set:

• RIIHAN301E Operate elevating work platform

Qualified Business Person (QBP) Electrical Contractor Licence Skill Set:

Robina

Ashmore Trade Training Centre

• UEECD0007 Apply work health and safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace

• BSBESB402 Establish legal and risk management requirements of new business ventures

• UEEEL0040 Develop compliance policies and plans to conduct an electrical contracting business

Qualified Technical Person (QTP) Electrical Contractor Licence Skill Set:

• UEEEL0002 Apply currency of safe working practices and compliance verification of electrical installations

• UEEEL0029 Conduct compliance inspection of LV electrical installations with demand exceeding 100 A per phase

• UEEEL0030 Conduct compliance inspection of single phase LV electrical installations

Plumbing Licensing Skill Set:

• BSBESB402 Establish legal and risk management requirements of new business ventures

• CPCPCM4011 Carry out work-based risk control processes

• CPCPCM4012 Estimate and cost work

• CPCPDR4011 Design and size sanitary drainage systems

• CPCPDR4012 Design and size stormwater drainage systems

• CPCPDR4013 Design and size domestic treatment plant disposal systems

• CPCPGS4011 Design and size consumer gas installations

• CPCPGS4022 Service Type A gas appliances

• CPCPSN4011 Design and size sanitary plumbing systems

• CPCPWT4011 Design and size heated and cold-water services and systems

• CPCPWT4023 Commission and maintain hot and heated water temperature control devices

• CPCPWT4022 Commission and maintain backflow prevention devices

Restricted Electrical Licence (REL) Skill Set:

• UEERL0001 Attach cords and plugs to electrical equipment for connection to a single phase 230 Volt supply

• UEERL0002 Attach cords, cables and plugs to electrical equipment for connection to 1000 Va.c. or 1500 Vd.c.

• UEECD0007 Apply work health and safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace

• UEERL0004 Disconnect - reconnect electrical equipment connected to low voltage (LV) installation wiring

• UEERL0005 Locate and rectify faults in low voltage (LV) electrical equipment using set procedures

Trade Contractor Licence Skill Set:

• BSBESB402 Establish legal and risk management requirements of new business ventures

White Card:

• CPCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry

Work Safely at Heights Skill Set:

• CPCCCM2012 Work safely at heights

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Accredited SHORT COURSES

Short courses, units, and skill sets are a great option if you're a qualified professional who wants to diversify your professional portfolio and boost your resume. An accredited short course or skill set will earn you official credits for the units you complete. These unit credits may even be applied to a related qualification at a later date if you choose to study a full certificate or diploma.

NURSING AND HEALTH

CHCSS00070 Assist Clients with Medications Skill Set^

HLTENN040 Administer and monitor medicines and intravenous therapy

HLTAID009 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation

HLTAID011 Provide First Aid

HLTAID012 Provide First Aid in an education and care setting

UETSS00047 Perform Rescue from Live LV Panel and CPR

Includes the following two units:

• HLTAID009 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation

• UETTDRRF06 Perform rescue from a live LV panel

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Non-accredited

Non-accredited short courses and skill sets give you hands-on training in a new set of skills you can use in your personal or professional life. They are a great way to refresh your knowledge if you've been out of an industry for a while, or even to give you a taste of a different industry altogether.

• Adobe Illustrator Creative Cloud: Beginner – Intermediate

• Adobe Photoshop Creative Cloud: Beginner – Intermediate

• AutoCAD – Level 1

• AutoCAD – Level 2

• Basic Weaving Workshop

• Beeswax Wraps Workshop

• Botanical Beauty

• Breathe into Better Health

• Create & Sip: Contemporary Painting

• Create & Sip: Floristry

• Create & Sip: Pottery

• Create & Sip: Watercolour Painting

• Creative Writing

• Creative Writing Advanced

• DIY T-Shirt Bag Workshop

• Easy and Effective Public Speaking

• Fermentation Workshop

• First Aid for Pets

• Floristry 1 – Introduction

• Floristry – Dried Botanicals

• French Conversation – Level 1

• French Patisserie Baking – Part 1

• French Patisserie Baking – Part 2

• Healing Through Grief and Trauma

• Introduction to Australian Native Bees

• Introduction to Building Design

• Introduction to Computers and the Internet

• Introduction to Crochet

• Introduction to Interior Design

• Introduction to Interior Design 2

• Introduction to the Stockmarket

• Introduction to Veterinary Nursing

• Italian Conversation – Level 2

• Italian for Beginners – Italian level 1

• Japanese Conversation – Level 1

• Japanese Conversation – Level 2

• Korean for Beginners

• Korean – Intermediate

• Mandarin Chinese Standard Course – Level 1

• Microsoft Office Excel: Advanced

• MYOB GST and BAS

• Photography Beyond the Basics

• Photography – Digital Essentials (SLR Type)

• Pickling Workshop

• Revit CAD Essentials

• Silversmithing – Charcoal Casting

• Silversmithing – Basics

• Silversmithing – Intermediate

• Silversmithing – Ring Designs

• Sourdough for Beginners

• Spanish Conversation – Level 1

• Spanish Conversation – Level 2

• Starting and Managing a Small Business

• Supporting Learning from Home

• Supporting Learning from Home

• Sustainable Firestarters Workshop

• Sustainable Floristry - Introduction

• Sustainable Food & Seed Saving Workshop

• Sustainable Household Products

• Sustainable Painting with Watercolours

• Varmam Therapy for Insomnia and Stress relief workshop

• Xero Accounting

• Xero GST and BAS

Complete Beekeeping Bundle

• Beginning in Bees

• Honey Bee Health Management

• Seasonal Management of Honey Bees

Introduction to Sustainable Living bundle

• Introduction to Sustainability

• How Sustainable is your House

• Sustainable Family Habits at Home

• Sustainability in the Garden

Microsoft Office Bundle: Beginners

• Microsoft Office Word

• Microsoft Office Excel

• Microsoft Office PowerPoint

Microsoft Office Bundle: Intermediate

• Microsoft Office Word

• Microsoft Office Excel

MYOB Accounting: Bundle 1 (intro, acc, pay)

• Introduction to Accounting

MYOB Accounting: Bundle 2 (acc, pay)

• MYOB Accounting

• MYOB Payroll

Small Business Marketing: Bundle

• Promotion for Small Business

• Online Promotion and Social Media Strategies for Small Business

NURSING AND HEALTH NONAC06022 Standard Mental Health First Aid (Non Accredited) WORKPLACE HEALTH AND SAFETY NONAC06020 Health and Safety Representative (HSR), Initial (5 days) NONAC06021 Health and Safety Representative (HSR), Refresher Course
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APPRENTICESHIPS AND TRAINEESHIPS

Apprenticeships and traineeships combine paid work with structured training to gain a qualification. At TAFE Queensland, we work with your employer to ensure you successfully gain competence in a trade (apprenticeship) or a vocational area (traineeship). Upon completion, you may find yourself in a great place to keep working, go on to future study or even start your own business!

4 STEPS TO BECOME AN APPRENTICE OR TRAINEE

1. CHOOSE THE RIGHT APPRENTICESHIP/ TRAINEESHIP

• A great way to choose the right apprenticeship/traineeship is through a pre-vocational course that aligns with work experiences in the trade of your interest. This is a great way to get some insight to the industry and assist with developing the hands-on skills required for a apprenticeship/ traineeship.

• School based students could ‘Try a Trade’ through their School or VETIS School Program

• Speak to your family, friends or your school career counsellor or guidance officer

• Get the facts at apprenticeshipsinfo.qld.gov.au

2. FIND AN EMPLOYER

• TAFE Queensland have Vocational Placement Coordinators to assist the pre-vocational certificate II graduates through the Vocational Placement or Work Experience process.

• You can be employed directly by a business. The business will pay your wages and train you with the support of a training organisation. To find an employer: Contact businesses: visit inperson, make phone calls, send personalised emails or letters Search for jobs on websites such as: workforceaustralia.gov.au, seek. com.au and careerone.com.au

Use your personal networks: talk to family and friends to see if they know anyone who could employ you as an apprentice or trainee

Contact a Workforce Australia provider, these are people who can help, prepare you for, and find a job: workforceaustralia.gov.au/ individuals/coaching/providers

• You can be employed by a group training organisation who will place you with different businesses to gain on-the-job experience, pay your wage and organise your training. To find a group training organisation call 1800 819 747

3. CHOOSE YOUR TRAINING PARTNERS

• Contact an Apprentice Network provider from the Australian Apprenticeship Support Network. They will work with you and your employer at this stage to help you lodge the training contract with the Department of Small Business and Training.

• Choose a training organisation: You and your employer will choose a training organisation (TAFE Queensland) who will work with you throughout the apprenticeship or traineeship. Contact the Australian Apprenticeship Support Network at australianapprenticeships. gov.au/about-aasn or call apprenticeships info on 1800 210 210 for more information

4. GET STARTED

• Once we have received notification from your Apprentice Network provider confirming us as your preferred training organisation, we will make contact with you and your employer. We will then guide you through completing your TAFE Queensland student paperwork, and develop your training plan through the TAFE Queensland Apprentice/ Trainee Induction.

• Upon completing your induction paperwork including your training plan, you will be enrolled and booked in for training.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

Through RPL, your existing skills and knowledge will be assessed against current industry standards, allowing you to gain credits toward a qualification.

For more information on RPL contact us on (07) 5581 8797 or email RPL.goldcoast@ tafeqld.edu.au

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FEES AND PAYMENT

As a TAFE Queensland student, there are a range of concessions, loans and scholarships you may be eligible for to assist you with the cost of your study. Fees are payable 30 days prior to the commencement of the course, but there may be other deferred payment options available to you.

VET STUDENT LOANS

VET Student Loans (VSL) are available on diploma level qualifications and gives eligible students access to quality higher level VET qualifications. Visit the Study Assist website at studyassist. gov.au for more information prior to enrolment. If you are eligible, you will be able to apply for a VSL up to the capped amount. Some course fees are above the loan cap.

For more information, please contact: VETStudentLoans@ education.gov.au

VET student loans will not be approved for students who do not meet eligibility requirements. A VET Student Loan gives rise to a VETSL debt which continues to be a debt due to the commonwealth until it is repaid.

Fees, funding and refunds

PAYMENT PLANS

You may be eligible to apply for a Payment Plan. This can be applied on any combination of subsidy, full fee, or gap payments.

Please contact Customer Service on 5581 8300.

SCHOLARSHIPS

Achieve your career goals with the help of a TAFE Queensland scholarship. Whether you are about to finish school, upskilling or are looking for a new career, find out how we can help you make great happen. Merit, access and equity scholarships are available to assist with your study costs.

Learn more: tafeqld.edu.au/scholarships

CONCESSIONS

Eligible students are entitled to a fee concession on Queensland Government funded programs. For more information or to find out if you meet the criteria visit tafeqld.edu.au/concessions

SUBSIDISED TRAINING

The Queensland Government will offset the cost of study for people who don’t currently have a qualification. Evidence of subsidy eligibility is required at time of enrolment.

Explore all available funding and eligibility criteria on our website.

Learn more: tafeqld.edu.au/subsidised-training

Protective clothing, uniforms and other resource charges

Students may be required to purchase Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), which is essential to their protection whilst undertaking training e.g. safety glasses, safety boots, hairnets, masks and uniforms. Students may also be required to purchase specific uniforms or equipment in order to complete their course.

Student nonpayment of fees

Students who pay TAFE Queensland fees using a payment plan must pay on the agreed instalment dates. Payment plan defaults may result in the student being excluded from study or class. Access to all services will cease until payment is up-to-date. Students will not be entitled to receive their qualification until all fees are paid.

Refund policy

Whether you are accessing Government funding, paying a full fee-for-service price or paying for your studies using a VET Student Loan, different refund conditions will apply. Please contact TAFE Queensland Customer Service Centre on 1300 308 233 for more information or visit tafeqld. edu.au/student-refunds.

Withdrawal

If you wish to withdraw from a course, module or unit, please speak to your teacher for advice. If you wish to withdraw after the start of study, academic or financial penalties may apply. Requests to withdraw must be made in writing.

The withdrawl and refund policy can be found tafeqld. edu.au/student-refunds

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Now it is time to get started! Just follow the easy steps below.

Enrol in

4 easy steps:

1.

CHOOSE YOUR COURSE

Choose your course and make sure you fully understand the program details and fees. To view our courses go to tafeqld.edu.au/courses

2. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Some courses do not have entry requirements, but may require previous qualifications, skills or knowledge. You can find this information on our website by searching for the course you want to enrol in and reading the entry requirements.

3. IMPORTANT INFORMATION

It is important that you take the time to read through all of the documents listed on our website so you are aware of the TAFE Queensland policies and procedures.

All the information can be found here: tafeqld.edu.au/how-to-apply

4.

SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION

Visit our website at tafeqld.edu.au Click on the ‘Apply Now’ button on any of the Course webpages. Some courses will allow for complete online application and others you will be contacted with further instructions. TAFE Queensland will advise on the required documents to complete your application. Alternatively contact us by phone, email or visit one of our customer service centers on campus.

Phone Customer Service on 1300 308 233 or visit Customer Service on campus.

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WAYS TO ENROL

Applications and enrolments

UNIQUE STUDENT IDENTIFIER (USI)

RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING (RPL)

TELEPHONE

1300 308 233

Select Gold Coast

*For some of our courses you may apply directly to Queensland Tertiary Admission Centre (QTAC) at the qtac.edu.au website. If your application to enrol is successful you will receive an acceptance letter and email. Closing dates and timelines are outlined on the QTAC website.

You will need a USI prior to enrolling in your course. To create your USI, go to usi.gov.au. If you need help, our Customer Service team can assist prior to your enrolment. Your USI will help keep your training records and results together in an online account controlled by you for you to access.

IDENTIFICATION AND OTHER DOCUMENTS

To enrol into an accredited course at TAFE Queensland, you are required to provide personal photographic identification. To access certain types of funding, a VET Student Loan or as part of course entry requirements you may be required to provide further identification and documentation (i.e. citizenship documents, Queensland address, etc.) Please visit tafeqld.edu.au/enrol for more information.

BKSB TEST

Basic Key Skills Builder (BKSB) is an approved online testing tool that TAFE Queensland uses to help determine your reading and numeracy levels within the Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF). Most TAFE Queensland students will be asked to complete a BKSB after enrolment so we can ensure you have the right skills and support to be successful in your course. Some students will be required to complete this test before enrolment as part of the VET Student Loan application or as a course entry requirement.

Through RPL, your existing skills and knowledge will be assessed against current industry standards, allowing you to gain credits toward a qualification.

For more information on RPL contact us on (07) 5581 8797.

CREDIT TRANSFER

An application for credit transfer can be made if you have completed a similar or the same unit previously. A credit transfer application must be made before the start of study date. Apply for your credit transfer as part of your application and include copies of your previous transcripts.

WORK EXPERIENCE AND VOCATIONAL PLACEMENT

Vocational placement is vital in linking the knowledge and skills acquired during a student’s training, here at TAFE Queensland, with real workplace applications in industry. It assists students in the transition from training to work and provides substantial benefits to both the student and the provider. If vocational placement is a compulsory component of your course, you must successfully complete this in order to achieve successful outcomes and graduate.

Please confirm your obligations for vocational placement or work experience via the course information on our website. In some cases these placements may require: immunisation checks, police checks, rotational rostered shifts in industry, Blue Card or White Card.

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TAFE QUEENSLAND GOLD COAST LOCATIONS

Ashmore Trade Training Centre

Cnr Heeb St and Benowa Rd

Ashmore QLD 4214

Coolangatta

5 Scott St

Coolangatta QLD 4225

Coomera Creative

198 Foxwell Rd

Coomera QLD 4209

Coomera Marine

198 Foxwell Road

Coomera QLD 4209

Robina

94 Laver Dr

Robina Qld 4226

Southport

91– 99 Scarborough St

Southport QLD 4215

// CONNECT WITH US

Customer Service Hours

8am – 4pm Mon, Tue, Thu and Fri

9am – 4pm Wed

1300 308 233 (select Gold Coast) enrolments.goldcoast@tafeqld.edu.au tafeqld.edu.au

TAFE Queensland Gold Coast PO Box 5547, GCMC QLD 9726

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The information contained in this guide is correct at time of printing, (29 February 2024). For the most up to date information please refer to our website at tafeqld.edu.au In many areas of Australia it is considered offensive to publish photographs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who are deceased. Readers are warned that this publication may inadvertently contain such photographs.
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