2022 Trade Skills Centre Course Guide

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Trade Skills

CENTRE


VET

Vocational Education & Training

VET AT UNITY COLLEGE

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INDUSTRY AREA

QUALIFICATION NAME

SACE STAGE

MAX SACE CREDITS

SUBJECT/ YEAR LEVEL

TIMETABLE

Christian Ministry

Certificate III in Christian Ministry and Theology

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65

Year 11 Christian Studies / Veta Morphus

Subject Line Full Year

Engineering

Certificate II in Engineering Pathways

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60

Year 11

One day a week Full Year

Engineering

Engineering Extension

2

20

Year 12

One day a week Semester

Primary Industries

Certificate III in Rural Operations

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140

Year 11/12

Subject Line / Workshops Full Year / 18 months

Sport and Recreation

Certificate III in Fitness

2

90

Year 10/11

Subject Line Full Year

Health Services

Certificate III in Health Services Assistance

2

85

Year 11/12

One day a week Full Year

Creative Industries

Certificate III in Screen & Media

2

TBC

Year 11/12

One day a week Full Year

Construction

Certificate II in Construction Pathways

1

55

Year 11

One day a week Full Year

If you are interested in a VET Course that the school offers on-site or off-site you will need to complete a VET Enrolment Application Form which is available from the Pathways’ Office.

WHAT IS VET? VET stands for Vocational Education and Training. In other words, VET is education and training that gives you skills and knowledge for work. VET operates through a national training system, particularly for the trades and other industries, and is certified by Registered Training Organisations, like TAFE. WHY STUDY VET? VET is an excellent choice of study for many students. It includes practical, hands-on learning, which suits many students, but it also leads to excellent jobs in a huge array of fields. Studying VET as part of the SACE gives students a head-start on a qualification, which is a great way to fast-track progress towards a rewarding career. CAN A STUDENT STUDY MORE THAN ONE VET COURSE? A student can only study 1x One day a week VET Course in 2022. However, a student studying a one day a week VET Course is able to study one other VET Course if it is offered within a subject line (eg. VetaMorphus,

Fitness, Rural Operations). Please note, that undertaking multiple VET courses will impact subsidies. WILL STUDENTS HAVE STUDY LESSONS? Students will only have study lessons if they are completing a course where they are missing out on other lessons (eg. one day a week courses - Certificate II Engineering Pathways). Study lessons will only begin once the course has commenced and students must complete the ‘Application to Reduce Subject Load’ form. Students must use study lessons effectively and consistently to meet the deadlines of the VET Course and school studies. Once a student has obtained their Academic Transcript confirming their VET Course has been completed, they may negotiate a reduction in subjects. HOW DOES VET COUNT TOWARDS SACE CREDITS? Each qualification is different, with varying compulsory and elective options, so the SACE credits to be gained varys according to the VET qualification a student is studying. SACE recognises VET courses at either Stage 1 or Stage 2 level, with the number of SACE credits


2. 10 SACE credits for the completion of 70 nominal hours of VET towards a VET qualification. Units of competency are only granted SACE credits once. The SACE Credits are not guaranteed. Students must pass all competencies to gain the SACE Credits advertised. If students are absent they are at risk of not completing competencies and the certificate. HOW MUCH DOES VET COST? All VET courses both on-site and off-site have an administration fee that will be invoiced at the time of enrolment. The administration fee is $50 for a semester course and $100 for full year courses. For short courses (courses less than a term in length) no administration fee is charged. The cost of VET courses offered on-site can be found in the VET Enrolment Application Form. For courses off site, this information is not known until later in the year. This information will be communicated as soon as it is available and a decision will need to be made whether your child continues with the VET course. The Pathways Office is able to give you an indication of the course cost from previous years. Unity College will pay 40% of VET training costs charged by the provider, up to a maximum of $600, on courses over $200. Should the course not be completed successfully Unity College reserves the right to recoup the subsidy. The maximum subsidy per year will be $600 regardless of the number of courses a student may participate in. The parent/caregiver is responsible for any amount not covered by the subsidy and this will be charged to their Other Charges Account. If the course is offered at Unity College and the student choses to participate externally, the college reserves the right to pass on the full cost of the course. The parent/caregiver will be required to meet any other associated costs with the course (eg uniform, safety requirements, travel, resources). If a student changes schools or their mind before their VET course commences, Unity College is not obliged to pay for the VET course. Unity College may identify a student to take their place, but if

WHAT SCHOOL SUBJECTS SHOULD STUDENTS STUDY WITH A VET COURSE? From experience, students who are in a one day a week VET Course find it difficult to keep up with their subject load if studying subjects such as Specialist Maths, Sciences, Music and Languages. WHEN DOES WORKPLACE LEARNING NEED TO BE COMPLETED? Some courses require the students to complete Workplace Learning. This must be completed in their school holiday breaks. CAN A STUDENT WITHDRAW FROM A VET COURSE? VET courses are competitive and there are limited places in each course. Therefore a student’s place in a VET course is something to value and they should be confident that the VET course would interest them. A student can only withdraw from a VET course before the end of Week 3, Term 1 for Semester 1 courses; or Week 1, Term 3 for second semester courses. full course fees will still apply. HOW DO I APPLY FOR A VET COURSE? All students who wish to complete a VET course either on site or off site, will need to complete a Trade Skills Centre Enrolment Application Form available from the Pathways Office or by contacting: Jaylene Phillips (jphillips@unitycollege.sa.edu.au) or Bronwyn Willis (bwillis@unitycollege.sa.edu.au) CAN A STUDENT PARTICIPATE IN OTHER SCHOOL EVENTS ON THEIR VET DAY? If a student has a one day a week VET course their priority is their VET Course. If they miss a day from their VET Course they are at risk of not completing competencies. If there is a whole school event or year level event on their VET day the Trade Skills Centre Manager and Year Level Coordinator will inform the students of the arrangements. ARE THERE OTHER VET COURSES ON OFFER? There are other VET courses in the region and metropolitan areas that students can access. A list of courses is available from the Pathways office.

Vocational Education & Training

Up to the maximum credit allocation, students can earn: 1. 5 SACE credits for the completion of 35 nominal hours of VET towards a VET qualification

the school is unable to find someone to fill the place then the student leaving will be charged for the course. If a student changes schools or their mind in the middle of the course, Unity College will seek reimbursement for the course cost from the student.

VET

dependent on the nominal hours completed. A completed Certificate III qualification can contribute 20 SACE Stage 2 credits toward an ATAR.

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CERTIFICATE III CHRISTIAN MINISTRY & THEOLOGY (VETAMORPHUS)

YEAR LEVEL 11

COMPETENCIES

COURSE CONTACTS Jaylene Phillips / Adam Yeager CMTTHE301A

Identify how Christian Scripture, life and practice are understood today

CMTTHE302A

Identifies theological data

QUALIFICATION 10432NAT Certificate III in Christian Ministry & Theology

CMTTHE303A

Identifies a range of data within a theological theme or issue

COMMENCEMENT DATE Week 1, Term 1 2022

CMTTHE304A

COURSE STRUCTURE Within Year 11 Christian Studies subject line. This course will run online if student numbers are below 5 students.

Identifies new theological insights

CMTMIN301A

Identifies theological knowledge in relation to the Christian way of life

CMTMIN302A

Communicate theology in everyday language

PEER GROUP SUPERVISOR Adam Yeager COURSE LENGTH Full Year SACE CREDITS 65 MAX STAGE 2

COURSE OUTLINE VetaMorphus is a national Christian leadership program for senior secondary students. It is designed for students who are wishing to explore and develop in the Christian faith in a practical, hands-on way. VetaMorphus is made up of 6 key components, most of which are tailored to suit the needs of the individual student. These key components are:

VET

Christian Ministry

1. Participation in a weekly peer group (75 hours per year)

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CORE UNITS

2. Bible reading and journaling (84 journals per year) 3. Being mentored (10 hours per year) 4. Participating in Christian community (30 hours per year) 5. Going away on retreats with all students from the State (3 per year over weekends, students must arrange their own transport to retreats) 6. Being involved in mission/ministry in their local context (56 hours per year) SELECTION CRITERIA While there are no prerequisites for the course, a genuine desire to be actively engaged in exploring the Christian faith and how that it is lived out would be a distinct advantage. If the above criteria is met students will need to complete a Unity College Trade Skills Centre Enrolment Form plus additional VetaMorphus information. Students will be interviewed and notified if they are successful in gaining a place.

CHCGROUP302D BSBFLM312

Support group activities Contributes to team effectiveness

COURSE STRUCTURE This is a VET course that will take the place of Year 11 Christian Studies and students are expected to maintain a full subject load in addition to Vetamorphus. COST Full course cost is $2095. The subsidised course fee in 2022 will be $1,195. PATHWAYS These may include but not be limited to Youth Work, Social Work, Christian Ministry, Community Services, Education.


CERTIFICATE II ENGINEERING PATHWAYS

COURSE LENGTH Full Year SACE CREDITS 60 MAX Stage 1 QUALIFICATION MEM20413 Certificate II in Engineering Pathways COURSE STRUCTURE One full day per week (day to be negotiated) COURSE OUTLINE This qualification is intended for people interested in exposure to an engineering or related working environment, with a view to entering into employment in that area. This qualification will equip graduates with knowledge and skills which will enhance their prospects of employment in an engineering or related working environment.

COMPETENCIES

COURSE STRUCTURE This VET course will run one day per week and students will also have course homework. Students will be absent during subject lessons and will need to make a commitment to catching up on schoolwork missed. The course will commence Week 2, Term 1, 2022. UNIFORM Safety glasses, safety boots (steel toed), cotton press long sleeved shirt and cotton press navy work pants (long) must be worn at all times in the workshop area. Students may provide their own boots and pants. The shirt will need to be purchased from the Unity College Uniform Shop and costs $46. A Trade Skills Centre jumper will also be available as a special order from the uniform shop. We recommend that students supply their own welding helmet (shared helmets are provided but must be cleaned after each use). WORKPLACE LEARNING Students need to complete 70 hours of Workplace Learning during their course in 2022. Students can complete these hours during school holidays.

ELECTIVES

There are 12 competencies covering a range of engineering subjects including fabrication, machining, welding, using tools and equipment, assembling engineering mechanisms and career development. The course finishes with students undertaking a group engineering project.

MEM13014A

Apply principles of occupational health and safety in the work environment

MEMPE005A

Develop a career plan for the engineering and manufacturing industry

MEMPE006A

Undertake a basic engineering project

MSAENV272B

Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices

MEM18001C

Use hand tools

MEM18002B

Use power tools/hand held operations

MEMPE001A

Use engineering workshop machines

MEMPE002A

Use electric welding machines

MEMPE003A

Use oxy-acetylene and soldering equipment

MEMPE004A

Use fabrication equipment

MEMPE007A

Pull apart and reassemble engineering mechanisms

MSAPMSUP106A

Work in a team

PATHWAYS + Engineering Extension + Certificate III Engineering (needs to be completed under an Apprenticeship), other trade related careers NOTE Fees and units may be subject to change and this will be notified. This course will only run on site at Unity College when numbers meet minimum requirements.

Engineering

LECTURER TAFE SA

VET

COURSE CONTACTS Jaylene Phillips

COST More information will be provided at course counselling on the VET Readiness Orientation (VETRO) subsidy and to check eligibility. If students meet the eligibility requirements of VETRO, the course cost is $252. For students that are ineligible for VETRO, the course cost is $2370. A $100 Unity College TSC administration fee will be invoiced to all students in Term 1, 2022 and resources cost on $25 (includes MIG Welding gloves and safety glasses).

CORE

YEAR LEVEL 11

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ENGINEERING EXTENSION YEAR LEVEL 12 COURSE CONTACTS Jaylene Phillips

SACE CREDITS Speak to your VET Coordinator about SACE Stage 2 credits

MEM18001C

Use hand tools (completed in 2021)

COURSE STRUCTURE One full day per week (day to be negotiated)

MEM18002B

Use power tools/hand held operations (completed in 2021)

MEM03003B

Perform sheet and plate assembly

MEM05049B

Perform routine gas tungsten arc welding

MEM12023A

Perform engineering measurements

COURSE OUTLINE This course is intended for students who have completed Certificate II Engineering Pathways and would like to continue on with additional Engineering units. The units completed will equip students with knowledge and skills which will enhance their prospects of employment in an engineering or related working environment SELECTION CRITERIA Student must have completed Certificate II Engineering Pathways. students meeting selection criteria will need to complete a Unity College Trade Skills Centre Enrolment Form. Please note that this course is dependent on students numbers and may be combined with the 2022 Certificate II Engineering Pathways Course.

VET

Engineering

COST The course cost is $1350. An additional $50 Unity College TSC administration fee will be invoiced to all students in Term 1, 2022.

ELECTIVES

COURSE LENGTH Semester 1, 2022

CORE

MSAENV272B

Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices (completed in 2021)

LECTURER TAFE SA

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COMPETENCIES (UNITS FROM CERTIFICATE II ENGINEERING)

UNIFORM Safety glasses, safety boots (steel toed), cotton press long sleeved shirt and cotton press navy work pants (long) must be worn at all times in the workshop area. Students may provide their own boots and pants. The shirt will need to be purchased from the Unity College Uniform Shop and costs $46. A Trade Skills Centre jumper will also be available as a special order from the uniform shop. PATHWAYS Certificate III Engineering (needs to be completed under an Apprenticeship), Fabrication, Boilermaker, Sheet Metal Worker, Mining Industries and other trade related careers.


CERTIFICATE III RURAL OPERATIONS

LECTURER Regional Skills Training Pty Ltd COURSE LENGTH 18 months - 2 years DELIVERY SITE Unity College and various locations in the community SACE CREDITS 140 Max Stage 2 QUALIFICATION AHC32816 Certificate III in Rural Operations COMMENCEMENT DATE February 2022 COURSE STRUCTURE One workshop per month from Feb-Oct (each being of 1 or 2 days) plus one 4 day workshop. Where possible, most workshops run from 8.45am – 4:30pm. RTO Regional Skills Training Pty Lty RTO ID 140107 COURSE OUTLINE This course is designed for students who wish to work within the agriculture industry on farms, with crops and/ or stock, performing general farm maintenance tasks. Practical workshops and theory training sessions will include: 1. Work, Health and Safety 2. Environmentally sustainable work practices 3. Chemical accreditation

Students will have to undertake the VETRO process and will be interviewed by the course trainer. COURSE STRUCTURE This is a VET course and students will complete one workshop per month from February to October (each being of 1 or 2 days) plus one 4 day workshop. Students will be absent during subject lessons and will need to make a commitment to catching up on work missed. Most of the training to complete this course will be covered in the workshops. Additionally, there is a requirement for the students to complete records of the training they receive as part of their work placement. These Skills Development Records will be selected on an individual basis to correspond as closely as possible with their tasks completed on the job. Students will need to complete Skill Development Records at times that have the least impact on their subject timetable (for more information on how this can be structured please contact Jaylene Phillips). Some units will have an e-learning component so students must have access to a laptop or tablet and a smart phone.

4. Welding and workshop tools 5. Livestock feeding plans 6. Machinery maintenance 7. Crop agronomy 8. Chainsaw use and maintenance 9. Working at heights and working in confined spaces. Students may also have an opportunity to gain ticket/s for various mobile plant eg. front end loader. Most of the training to complete this course will be covered in the workshops. In addition to the workshops, there is a requirement for the students to complete some records of the training they receive as part of their essential work placement, known as Skill Development Records.

UNIFORM Work boots, long cotton drill work pants and hat. Students will need to purchase a longsleeved Trade Skills Centre work shirt from the Unity College Uniform Shop. WORKPLACE LEARNING Students will be required to complete Work Placement in an Agriculture related workplace. Unity College students are encouraged to organise Work Place Learning in the school holidays. External students will need to arrange this with their home school.

Primary Industries

COURSE CONTACTS Jaylene Phillips

SELECTION CRITERIA Students should have a genuine interest in developing skills and working in the agriculture industry or relevant farming experience. Students will also need to have access to an Agriculture farm/enterprise where they can complete work placement.

VET

YEAR LEVEL 11/12

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CERTIFICATE III RURAL OPERATIONS (continued)

COMPETENCIES (FOR EXAMPLE) CORE UNITS AHCWHS301

Contribute to work health and safety processes

AHCWRK309

Apply environmentally sustainable work practices

VET

Primary Industries

WORKSHOP UNITS

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AHCCHM304

Transport, handle and store chemicals

AHCINF204

Fabricate and repair metal or plastic structures

AHCLSK311

Implement feeding plans for livestock

AHCMOM302

Perform machinery maintenance

AHCPMG302

Control plant pests, diseases and disorders

AHCMOM213

Operate and maintain chainsaws

RIISAM203D

Use hand and power tools

AHCCHM307

Prepare and apply chemicals to control pest weeds and diseases

RIIWHS202D

Enter and work in confined spaces

RIIWHS204D

Work safely at heights

SKILLS DEVELOPMENT RECORDS (SDR’S) AHCLSK301

Administer medication to livestock

AHCLSK316

Prepare livestock for competition

AHCMOM304

Operate machinery and equipment

AHCMOM305

Operate specialised machinery and equipment *TICKETS

AHCMOM207

Conduct front-end loader operations

AHCMOM310

Operate land forming machinery and equipment

*In addition, students may also have an opportunity to gain ticket/s for various mobile plant eg front end loader, skid steer, backhoe, excavator or telehandler if they will be using any of these machines in their work placement. **RST will work with students to determine the most suitable units of competencies to meet students needs.

COST More information will be provided at course counselling on the VET Readiness Orientation (VETRO) subsidy and to check eligibility. If students meet the eligibility requirements of VETRO, the course cost is $700 plus an administration fee of $100. Unity College Students will be offered a subsidy of 40%, which will be deducted from the initial course cost of $700. PATHWAYS This course can also be undertaken as a school-based apprenticeship/traineeship. Farmer, Farm Hand, Farm Supervisors, Stock Agents, Station Hand, Crop Agronomist, Agricultural Machinery Operator. NOTE Units may be subject to change and this will be notified.


CERTIFICATE III FITNESS

SUPERVISOR Rowan Miegel COURSE LENGTH Full Year SACE CREDITS 90 MAX Stage 2 COURSE STRUCTURE Within subject line QUALIFICATION SIS30315 Certificate III in Fitness (Gym Instructor) COURSE OUTLINE With a Certificate III in Fitness, specialising as a Gym Instructor, students will work as part of a team of fitness professionals in a gym providing advice on using gym equipment and writing exercise programs, while also contributing to daily operations. The couse will also include visits to fitness centres. SELECTION CRITERIA Intake Semester 1 2022 (Year 11 Students): Students must be in Year 11 and have completed a PE subject in Year 10. Students who have been selected for the Specialist Sports Program will be given first priority. Intake Semester 2 2022 (Year 10 Students): Students will begin in Semester 2 2022 and continue into Semester 1 2023 (Year 11). Students in the Specialist Sport Program will be given priority. Students meeting the criteria will need to complete a Trade Skills Centre Enrolment Form. Students will be interviewed and notified if they are successful in gaining a place. COURSE STRUCTURE This is a VET course that will be run within a subject line. However, students may be required to attend some after school activities and participate in excursions. It is the student’s responsibility to catch up on any class time missed. UNIFORM Students will be required to wear Unity College PE Uniform. COST The subsidised course fee in 2022 is $569.40 (full course cost is normally $899) plus an administration fee of $100. Cost is inclusive of excursions with industry mentors.

COMPETENCIES COMPETENCIES SISFFIT001

Provide health screening and fitness orientation

SISFFIT002

Recognise and apply exercise considerations for specific populations

SISFFIT003

Instruct fitness programs

SISFFIT004

Incorporate anatomy and physiology principles into fitness programming

SISFFIT005

Provide healthy eating information

SISFIT014

Instruct exercise to older clients

SISXCCS001

Provide quality service

SISXFAC001

Maintain equipment for activities

SISXIND001

Work effectively in sport, fitness and recreational environments

SISFFIT006

Conduct fitness appraisals

HLTWHS001

Participate in workplace health and safety

HLTAID003*

Provide first aid

BSBRSK401

Identify risk and apply risk management processes

SISXFAC002

Maintain sport, fitness and recreation facilities

SISXCAI006

Facilitiate Groups

SISXCAI004

Plan & conduct programs

*First Aid will be completed in Year 10 by an external provider POSSIBLE EMPLOYMENT The course provides a pathway to work as a sports coach or gym floor supervisor PATHWAYS + Certificate IV in Fitness + Diploma of Fitness, + Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science + Bachelor of Human Movement

Sport & Recreation

COURSE CONTACTS Jaylene Phillips / Rowan Miegel

WORKPLACE LEARNING To gain a Certificate III in Fitness students need to complete 30 hours of Work Placement. Students will complete 20 hours of work placement during school time. An additional 10 hours will need to be arranged by the student in their own time (eg. school holidays or before/after school).

VET

YEAR LEVEL 10/11

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CERTIFICATE III SCREEN & MEDIA YEAR LEVEL 11 OR 12

COMPETENCIES

COURSE CONTACTS Jaylene Phillips

COMPETENCIES BSBCRT311

Apply critical thinking skills in a team environment

CUAWHS312

Apply work health and safety practices

QUALIFICATION CUA31020 Certificate III in Screen and Media

CUAIND311

Work effectively in the creative arts industry

COURSE STRUCTURE One full day per week for 35 weeks (online at Unity College), day to be confirmed (possibility of Thursday).

BSBDES303

Explore and apply the creative design process to 3D forms

BSBDES302

Explore and apply the creative design process to 2D forms

CUAANM301

Create 2D digital animations

CUADIG311

Prepare video assets

CUADIG304

Create visual design components

CUADES202

Evaluate the nature of design in a specific industry context

CUADIG311

Produce digital images

ICTGAM301

Apply simple modelling technique

SACE CREDITS TBC Stage 2

COURSE OUTLINE Learn a range of skills and knowledge accross 3D modelling animation and digital imaging video assets and design.Study in an online class with a lecturer at hand via video conference to guide you through a range of experiences in this exciting field. Use this course to explore your media specialisation for further study.

VET

Creative Industries

It is recommended that students do not have a full subject load if they wish to study this course. This course contains some complexity in handling software and will require six hours homework per week, and six hours on each delivery day.

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The Unity College Information Technology team will ensure that students have the required equipment and software. Students will require reliable Internet access to complete homework. COST More information will be provided at course counselling on the VET Readiness Orientation (VETRO) subsidy and to check eligibility. If students meet the eligibility requirements of VETRO, the course cost is $1282 and a resources cost of $28.50 (Unity College will offer a subsidy of up to a maximum of $600, this will be deducted from $1282). A $100 Unity College TSC administration fee will be invoiced in Term 1. PATHWAYS Journalism, Advertising, Public Relations, Multimedia Specialist, Production Assistant, Editor.

ELECTIVES

COURSE LENGTH 35 weeks full year

CORE

LECTURER TAFE SA

NOTE Fees and units delivered may be subject to change and will be notified. Students will participate in the program at school or if there are sufficient numbers in the region it may be offered face-to-face at Murray Bridge TAFE SA Campus.


CERTIFICATE II CONSTRUCTION PATHWAYS

LECTURER TBC COURSE LENGTH 30 weeks Full Year SACE CREDITS 55 MAX Stage 1

COMPETENCIES

COURSE STRUCTURE One full day per week for 30 weeks at Unity College in a classroom/ workshop, day to be confirmed.

COMPETENCIES

This qualification provides a pathway to the primary trades in the construction industry with the exception of plumbing. Trade outcomes are predominantly achieved through an Australian Apprenticeship and this qualification allows for inclusion of skills suited for entry to off-site occupations, such as joinery as well as carpentry, bricklaying and other occupations in general construction. This qualification is designed to introduce learners to the recognised trade callings in the construction industry and provide meaningful credit in a construction industry Australian Apprenticeship. COURSE STRUCTURE One full day per week for 30 weeks at Unity College. UNIFORM Safety glasses, safety boots (steel toed), cotton press long sleeved shirt and cotton press navy work pants (long) must be worn at all times in the workshop area. Students may provide their own boots and pants. The shirt will need to be purchased from Unity CollegeUniform Shop and costs $46. A Trade Skills Centre jumper will also be available as a special order from the uniform shop. COST More information will be provided at course counselling on the VET Readiness Orientation (VETRO) subsidy and to check eligibility. If students meet the eligibility requirements of VETRO, the course cost is $100 and a resources cost of $20 (includes safety glasses, hearing protection). A $100 Unity College TSC administration fee will be invoiced to all students in Term 1 2022.

Work effectively and sustainably in the Construction Industry

CPCCOM1013

Plan and organise work

CPCCOM1015

Carry out measurements and calculations

CPCCVE1011

Undertake a basic construction project

CPCCWHS2001

ELECTIVES

COURSE OUTLINE

CORE

QUALIFICATION CPC 20220 Cert II in Construction Pathways

CPCCOM1012

Apply WHS requirements, policies and procedures in the Construction Industry

CPCCCM1011

Undertake basic estimation and costing

CPCCCM2004

Handle construction materials

CPCCCM2006

Apply basic levelling proceedures

CPCCCM2009

Carry out basic demolition

CPCCCM2012

Work safely at heights

CPCCCO2013

Carry out concreting to simple forms

PATHWAYS Construction Plus Course, Apprenticeships in a trade (eg joinery, carpentry, bricklaying and other occupations in general construction) NOTE Fees and units may be subject to change and this will be notified. If students do not meet the subsidised fee requirements, they may access the course by paying full fees. This course will only be run onsite at Unity College when numbers meet minimum class size.

Construction

COURSE CONTACTS Jaylene Phillips

WORKPLACE LEARNING Students need to complete 70 hours of Workplace Learning during their course in 2022. Students can complete these hours during school holidays.

VET

YEAR LEVEL 11

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CERTIFICATE III HEALTH SERVICES ASSISTANCE YEAR LEVEL 11 OR 12

COMPETENCIES

COURSE CONTACTS Jaylene Phillips

COMPETENCIES

LECTURER TAFE SA

HLTINF001

COURSE LENGTH Full Year

BSBMED301

QUALIFICATION HLT33115 Cert III in Health Services Assistance

Interpret and apply medical terminology appropriately

CHCCOM005

Communicate and work in a health or community service

VET

Health Services

COST More information will be provided at course counselling on the VET Readiness Orientation (VETRO) subsidy and to check eligibility. If students meet the eligibility requirements of VETRO, the course cost is $1398 (Unity College will offer a subsidy of 40% up to a maximum of $600, this will be deducted from $1398). A $100 Unity College TSC administration fee will be invoiced in Term 1 2022. WORKPLACE LEARNING Students need to have completed 70 hours of Workplace Learning during their course in 2022. Students can complete these hours during school holidays.

ELECTIVES

COURSE OUTLINE This qualification will assist students to gain the skills to provide safe, high-quality care to clients, under supervision. Participants could work in a range of settings, including hospitals and aged care facilities. This course provides an excellent foundation for studies in allied health, aged care, disability and nursing. It is recommended that students do not have a full study load at school if they wish to study this qualification as it does have self-paced learning to complete.

CORE

SACE CREDITS 85 MAX Stage 2

COURSE STRUCTURE One full day per week at Unity College. Online/virtual classroom at Unity College and practical workshops at Murray Bridge TAFE SA.

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Comply with infection prevention and control policies and procedures

CHCDIV001

Work with diverse people

HLTWHS001

Participate in workplace health and safety

HLTAAP001

Recognise healthy body systems

BSBWOR301

Organise personal work priorities and development

CHCCCS012

Prepare and maintain beds

HLTFSE001

Follow basic food safety practices

CHCDIV002

Promote Aboriginal and/ or Torres Straight Islander cultural safety

CHCCCS002

Assist with movement

HLTWHS006

Manage personal stressors in the work environment

CHCCCS015

Provide individualised support

CHCCCS010

Maintain a high standard of service

CHCCCS026

Transport individuals

HLTAID003

Provide First Aid

PATHWAYS Assistant in Nursing, Orderly, Operating theatre technician, Ward assistant, Patient support assistant. Students can gain credit transfer for some units into a Diploma of Nursing pathway. NOTE Fees and units studied may be subject to change and will be notified. If students do not meet the subsidised fee requirements, they may access the course by paying full fees. This course will only run on-site at Unity College/ TAFE SA if numbers meet minimum class size.


PROVIDE FIRST AID

YEAR LEVEL Various

YEAR LEVEL 10

COURSE CONTACTS Jaylene Phillips

COURSE CONTACTS Jaylene Phillips

COURSE LENGTH One Day

LECTURER TAFE SA

QUALIFICATION CPCCOHS1001A

COURSE LENGTH One Day

COMMENCEMENT DATE Term 1, Week 11 2022 (TBA)

QUALIFICATION HLTAID003 Provide First Aid

COURSE CONTENT 1. OHS&W legislative requirements 2. Construction risk management systems 3. Communication and reporting processes 4. Licensing requirements SELECTION CRITERIA This course is for students who would like to complete Workplace Learning or gain employment in the building and construction industry. White Card is a compulsory requirement before going on site. An enrolment form for this course will be sent home in 2021. COURSE STRUCTURE The course will run for one full day. Date to be negotiated. COMPETENCIES COMPETENCIES CPCCOHS1001A

National White Card

COST $70 for Unity College students (Full Course cost is $110). Prices are indicative and are subject to change at any time.

COMMENCEMENT DATE Term 1, Week 6 2022 (TBA) COURSE OUTLINE Provide First Aid [formerly Apply First Aid or Senior First Aid] is a comprehensive first aid course suitable for everyday emergency situations. This qualification meets the requirement, set out in the Code of Practice, for a Senior First Aider. It incorporates HLTAID001 Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation [CPR] & HLTAID002 Provide Basic Emergency Life Support. A First aid qualification should be renewed every three [3] years, however, the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) www.resus.org. au recommends the CPR unit is re-certified annually. SELECTION CRITERIA This course is for all Year 10 students. If students have previously completed a First Aid Course they will need to bring in a copy of their certificate. COURSE STRUCTURE The course will run from 9am- 5pm on a day to be confirmed by Unity College. COMPETENCIES COMPETENCIES HLTAID003

Provide First Aid

UNIFORM REQUIREMENTS Students will need to wear PE uniform due to the practical assessment component of the course. COST No cost for Unity College Year 10 students.

Short Courses

COURSE OUTLINE This short course is aimed at people who are working in, or intend to work in the building and construction industry and require a high risk work certificate. This course will enable participants to work confidently and competently in the building and construction industry.

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Updated August 2021