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COURSE GUIDE WODONGA TAFE COURSE GUIDE 2016


ŠWodonga TAFE 2015 First published 2015 The course information provided in this publication is a summary intended for prospective students, and is correct at the time of printing, and is subject to change without notice. Wodonga TAFE reserves the right to withdraw or modify a subject or course, if necessary. For updated information, refer to our website. All courses run subject to minimum enrolments. Training may be delivered with funding from the Victorian and Commonwealth Governments upon individual application, assessment and approval. All courses in this guide lead to an Australian Qualification Framework (AQF) qualification or statement of attainment, excluding courses marked with a *. Those marked with a * do not lead to an Australian Qualification Framework (AQF) qualification or statement of attainment. This publication is printed using vegetable-based inks on an elemental, chlorine-free paper. The stock is carbon-neutral, is processed chlorine-free, and is manufactured using the ISO 14001 environmental management systems. Printed in Australia under ISO 14001 Environmental Certifications. Wodonga TAFE has chosen to print on FSC certified stock. FSC certification is the highest environmental standard achievable for paper stocks, ensuring traceability and verification of wellmanaged forest timber from mill to printer to you. Wodonga TAFE 87 McKoy Street, West Wodonga Vic 3690 PO Box 963, Wodonga Vic 3689 1300 MY TAFE (1300 698 233) www.wodongatafe.edu.au info@wodongatafe.edu.au CRICOS 01961J RTO registration number 3097


II-III AGRICULTURE, ENVIRONMENT AND HORTICULTURE 2 Agriculture 3 Conservation and Land Management 3 Horticulture 3 ART, CREATIVE DESIGN AND DIGITAL MEDIA 6 Design 7 Interior Design 7 Media 7 Photography 7 Visual Arts 7 BUSINESS, IT, RETAIL AND TECHNOLOGY 8 Accounting 9 Business 9 Management, Training and Assessment 10 Retail 11 CIVIL CONSTRUCTION, TRAFFIC CONTROL AND FORESTRY 12 Civil Construction 13 Traffic Control 13 Forestry 14 EDUCATION AND LANGUAGE 16 Courses For People With A Disability or Learning Difficulties 17 English Language Programs 17 Further Skills For Adults 17 Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) 18 ENGINEERING, ARCHITECTURE, SUSTAINABILITY AND TIMBER 20 Engineering 21 Telecommunications 22 Building and Construction Trades 22 Building Design 23 Sustainability 23 HAIR DESIGN AND FASHION 24 Fashion 25 Hair Design 25 HEALTH AND COMMUNITY 26 Children’s Services 27 Paramedics and Patient Transport 27 Community Services 27 Health and Aged Care 28 Work, Health and Safety (WHS) 29 Massage 29 HIGHER EDUCATION 30 Bachelor of Applied Management 31 La Trobe University Transition Program 31 CSU Pathway Program 31 HOSPITALITY, TOURISM AND EVENTS 32 Culinary and Baking 33 Hospitality 33 Tourism and Events 34 MOTORSPORTS AND MOTORCYCLES 36 Motorsports and Automotive 37 Motorcycle 37 OUTDOOR RECREATION AND FITNESS 38 Sport and Recreation 39 TRANSPORT, WAREHOUSING AND LOGISITCS 40 Licensing and Endorsements 41 Forklift 41 Warehousing 41


IV-01 IT’S TRUE THAT MOST OF THE TIME WE’RE NOT EVEN AWARE THAT WE ARE LEARNING, ONLY TO LOOK BACK MONTHS OR YEARS LATER TO REALISE HOW FAR WE’VE COME, HOW MUCH WE’VE CHANGED. LEARNING ISN’T RESTRICTED TO AN AGE BRACKET OR PERSONAL CIRCUMSTANCES. WE ARE ALL DOING IT, ALL THE TIME; USUALLY INFORMALLY THROUGH THE SHEER ACT OF GROWING OLDER AND EXPERIENCING LIFE. Inside these pages are details for more than 280 nationally recognised courses. Some are straightforward, entry level courses – we’ve all got to start somewhere! Other qualifications lead to certificates, diplomas and advanced diplomas. The natural conclusion for some of you will be a degree through our higher education partnerships. We run more than 100 short courses throughout the year as well, but that’s another story … and another booklet! This guide reveals what you can learn in each course and who it is most likely to benefit. We know you’ve got other commitments; a life that is full and busy. That’s why many of the courses you’ll read about here are flexible, whether that be full time, part time, classroom, online or a mix of these. Family, friends, and employers are vital to you getting the most out of this time you set aside to learn.

We’ve got a terrific team in Learner Services ready to help you access the many services available specifically to support you while studying. Our teachers are amazing. They are friendly, highly experienced and passionate about what they do. They’re always thinking of new and exciting ways to teach and train, of how to work with employers and industry, of meeting your needs and matching your goals. Every week at TAFE we hear stories about students who have chosen to study with us. We discover where those decisions have led them, and the opportunities they have opened up. These doors are equally open to you. When you finish reading this guide, we hope you take a moment to imagine where enrolling in one of our courses can take you.

SO WHAT ARE YOUR OPTIONS AT TAFE? YOU MIGHT BE: AN EARLY SCHOOL LEAVER?

VCAL is a hands-on option for students in Years 11 and 12. This great career pathway suits practically-minded and careerfocused students wanting to complete their secondary education. Have you thought about getting a head-start on your career by completing a traineeship or apprenticeship? We have courses that can help you and your employer.

FINISHING YEAR 12?

Are you finishing school and not sure in which direction to head? Why not talk to one of our careers counsellors and find out about the options that lie ahead. You could complete a qualification and start working to gain some experience and earn money.

LOOKING TO HEAD TO UNIVERSITY?

Even if you don’t know where you want to head or weren’t happy with your marks, never fear, there are alternatives. We have programs with Charles Sturt University, La Trobe University and The University of Melbourne that will assist you with gaining entry into their programs. Or, by completing a diploma or advanced diploma you may receive credits into university degrees. This will reduce the time it takes you to complete your degree but means that you are also gaining valuable knowledge and experience before you begin your studies, putting you in the best position to succeed. Check careerdirect for more information, www.wodongatafe.edu.au/ careerdirect

RETURNING TO STUDY AFTER A SMALL-ISH BREAK? Whether you have been out of the workforce, raising a family, or need a change, we have a range of options to suit you. Talk to our careers counsellors, review this course guide, or visit our website. You will find what you are looking for and you will find all the help you need with our student support services, customer services team, and of course our ever-helpful teachers. We’re here to help you.


AGRICULTURE, ENVIRONMENT AND HORTICULTURE


02-03 AGRICULTURE, ENVIRONMENT AND HORTICULTURE AGRICULTURE Certificate II in Agriculture AHC20110 This course offers the foundation building blocks to your career in agriculture and is offered in line with a traineeship through your employer. Establish the basic skills and knowledge that you will require to become a skilled tradesperson in the agricultural primary industries. Employer based. Certificate III in Agriculture AHC30110 As part of a traineeship with your employer, you learn the technical agricultural skills and knowledge you need as a skilled tradesperson in an agricultural workplace. Your studies focus on working with plants, animals, machinery and equipment, occupational health and safety (OH&S), people, administration, and business. There are many electives to choose from so you can focus on your chosen career path. Employer based. Certificate IV in Agriculture AHC40110 As part of a traineeship, you learn advanced technical agricultural skills as well as business skills and the knowledge you need to work towards a self-managed or supervisory position in an agricultural workplace. Your advanced studies focus on working with plants, animals, machinery and equipment, work health and safety, people, administration, and business. This course is offered 100% online. Diploma of Agriculture AHC50110 This qualification is suitable for students with prior learning and experience in the agricultural sector. It can be attained through fast-track learning for students with in-depth experience, or it can be used to further your career in the primary industry sector, potentially at management level in a variety of settings, including a farming operation, or in agribusiness. This course is offered 100% online.

Certificate IV in Agribusiness AHC41010 Develop your skills and knowledge to get that leg-up into a supervisory role in an ever-expanding sector! If you have a sound business mind and have practical agricultural skills and experience at a Certificate III level, you could use this qualification to develop a career in the primary industry sector as a manager of a farming operation or agribusiness administrator. This course focuses on the business, management, and administrative aspects of agriculture. This qualification is offered through online education. This course is offered 100% online. Diploma of Agribusiness Management AHC51410 This course provides you with an opportunity to develop a career in the primary industry sector as a manager/owner-operator of a farming operation (for example a commodity trading or agricultural advisory business). If you have acquired years of experience in the agricultural industry sector, but have no formal qualifications, you can have these skills recognised and converted into a qualification through a skills recognition process. This course is offered 100% online. CONSERVATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT Certificate III in Conservation and Land Management AHC31410 Gain the skills you need to work in conservation and land management agencies. You’ll be qualified for a range of diverse and rewarding work in natural resource management. You could be employed as a bush crew worker, re-vegetation specialist or technical field assistant for contractors or for agencies such as local councils, North East Water, Parks Victoria, or the Department of Environment and Primary Industries. This course is available for entry level students or those participating in a traineeship. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC

HORTICULTURE Certificate II in Horticulture AHC20410 If you are interested in horticulture then this is your starting point. Horticulture covers turf management, landscaping, parks and gardens, arboriculture, and nursery work. This course provides you with the skills and knowledge required for employment in the horticultural industry in organisations such as local councils, landscape contracting businesses, golf courses or nurseries. As such, this course is open to traineeships only, so the units selected will be tailored to suit your workplace and role. Employer based. Certificate III in Horticulture AHC30710 Available as a traineeship or on campus study, you can gain the knowledge required for working within a horticultural enterprise. Enterprises could include wholesale or retail nurseries or parks and gardens. With some further study you can also specialise in turf management, landscaping or arboriculture. McKoy Street Main Campus, VIC Certificate IV in Horticulture AHC40410 Develop post-trade skills and knowledge across a broad coverage of the horticultural industry. The Certificate IV in Horticulture may help you find employment in a higher level role within your chosen industry sector. Possible job titles relevant to this qualification may include senior horticulturist or horticulture team leader. This course requires you to have prior knowledge in the sector, and upon successful completion can lead to diploma-level studies. McKoy Street Main Campus, VIC


Certificate II in Sports Turf Management AHC20910 This course will help you develop the skills and knowledge you need to work as a turf management assistant in turf businesses, sporting clubs and local government. Turf management trainees will assist in establishing and maintaining fine turf, grassed areas and synthetic surfaces used for sport. You learn the technical and practical horticultural skills and knowledge you need to start your career in the turf industry. Employer based. Certificate III in Sports Turf Management AHC31310 Build the skills and knowledge you need to work in a variety of roles, from a turf management assistant to manager in turf businesses, sporting clubs and local government. This course will develop your skills in machinery operation, turf renovation, turf establishment, turf recognition, soils, pests and diseases, management, and occupational health and safety. This can be completed as part of an apprenticeship or as a standalone course. McKoy Street Main Campus, VIC Diploma of Sports Turf Management AHC51010 Already being experienced in the field, or having lower level qualifications (or both), you’ll further learn the technical and practical horticultural skills and knowledge you need to further your career in the turf industry. Skills developed during this course cover plant recognition, plant growth habits, machinery operation, turf renovation, turf establishment, turf recognition, soils, pests and diseases, management, and occupational health and safety. McKoy Street Main Campus, VIC

Certificate III in Arboriculture AHC30810 Build a career involving physical strength and fitness, whilst safely and effectively tending to client needs and environmental issues. Developed in consultation with industry, this course will provide you with the skills to gain employment with organisations that need to care for, prune, and remove trees. Whether you’ve just become interested in arboriculture or you’ve attained a traineeship, your knowledge, skills and ability to operate safely will improve greatly with this course. McKoy Street Main Campus, VIC Diploma of Arboriculture AHC50510 Gain specialist skills and knowledge integrated with practical skills for complex tree climbing, maintenance and management of trees, basic tree felling, transplanting trees and assessment of tree health. This course is ideal if you are already well-versed in arboriculture whether you’ve completed lower level qualifications already or have practical work experience in the field. McKoy Street Main Campus, VIC Certificate III in Parks and Gardens AHC31010 Gain the skills you need to work in a range of jobs, from an assistant to a tradesperson in a parks and gardens setting such as businesses with extensive grounds, botanic gardens, public and private parks and gardens, and local government. You’ll cover topics such as plant recognition, plant growth habits, machinery operation, propagation, soils, pests and diseases, and occupational health and safety. This can be completed as part of an apprenticeship or as a standalone course. McKoy Street Main Campus, VIC

Certificate III in Landscape Construction AHC30910 Have a hands-on but creative approach to work? This could be right up your alley. This is the base qualification required to gain a registration with the Victorian Building Authority or a structural landscape licence in NSW. You will learn skills with paving, retaining walls, costing, drainage, and plant appropriation. This can be completed as part of an apprenticeship or as a standalone course. McKoy Street Main Campus, VIC Certificate IV in Landscape Design 22198VIC Ideally you will have some experience in a horticultural environment before undertaking this course. You will learn technical skills and underpinning knowledge in design, drafting, CAD, basic project supervision skills, and workplace competence to enable you to obtain a position of responsibility in the landscaping industry in roles such as: landscape manager, landscape designer or landscaping/ horticultural consultant. McKoy Street Main Campus, VIC


CAREERS COUNSELLING

04-05 NEED HELP FIGURING OUT WHAT YOUR DREAM JOB IS OR HOW TO GET THERE? OUR QUALIFIED CAREERS COUNSELLORS CAN HELP YOU TO:  PLAN YOUR CAREER PATHWAY  CHOOSE YOUR COURSE  IDENTIFY YOUR EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS  IMPROVE YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF THE WORLD OF WORK  DEVELOP JOB-SEEKING SKILLS IF YOU WANT HELP TO EXPLORE CAREER OPTIONS, PLEASE CALL AND MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TO SPEAK WITH ONE OF OUR CAREERS COUNSELLORS AT WODONGA TAFE ON 1300 MY TAFE (1300 69 8233)


ARTS, CREATIVE, DESIGN AND DIGITAL MEDIA


06-07 ARTS, CREATIVE, DESIGN AND DIGITAL MEDIA DESIGN Certificate IV in Design CUV40311 This online design course has a focus on graphic design and will enable you to launch your career in the graphic design industry. You will develop the foundation skills you need to work as an assistant or junior graphic designer. The course develops your ability to respond to a variety of design briefs. Completion of this design course can also lead to work in related industries such as pre-press, printing, interactive media design, or sign writing. This course is a recommended pathway to a Diploma of Graphic Design. This course is offered 100% online. INTERIOR DESIGN Certificate IV in Interior Decoration MSF40113 Enjoy reinventing your home with furnishings and colours? Are you creative and technically-minded? This could be the course for you! This qualification provides the skills and knowledge required to provide advice and practical assistance on the finishing and furnishing of existing interior spaces to meet client requirements. Decoration at this level includes residential or commercial environments and involves working directly with the client or with associated professionals such as architects, builders, retailers, interior designers, and suppliers required to implement a project. McKoy Street Main Campus, VIC Diploma of Interior Design and Decoration MSF50213 This course is for you if you want a career in interior decoration and design. You develop the knowledge and skills you need to work in this exciting and growing professional field. You develop computer-aided design (CAD), freehand, and manual drawing skills. You learn about colour theory, product knowledge, advanced communication skills, soft furnishings, business practice and management, lighting design, design history, and principles and elements of the built environment, culminating in project design and management. McKoy Street Main Campus, VIC

MEDIA

PHOTOGRAPHY

Certificate IV in Interactive Digital Media CUF40207 You’ll develop skills and knowledge in a range of areas in the interactive digital industry. You’ll learn about some of today’s most popular media including the web, 3D animation, games, TV, sound and visual effects. This is for tech-savvy, creative people who want to lead the way in digital development and embrace the world of massive digital consumption we live in today. This course is offered 100% online.

Certificate IV in Photo Imaging CUV40411 This qualification reflects the role of people who apply a broad range of skills in photo imaging, including lighting, image capture, enhancements and manipulation, and output. This course provides you with the skills you need to work as a photo imaging assistant in a specialised photographic studio, large organisation (for example, graphic design company), or digital photo imaging workplace. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC

Certificate IV in Sound Production CUS40209 This course will appeal to people hoping to work as a sound mixer/ technician or sound recorder/ engineer in the music, performance and media industries. You will gain an understanding of the industry in context, music composition, postproduction, project management, equipment maintenance, managing digital content, ICT support, rigging, and workplace effectiveness. At the completion of this course you will be able to mix and record live bands and concerts, and record music demos. McKoy Street Main Campus, VIC Certificate III in Printing and Graphic Arts (Graphic Design Production) ICP30115 This online graphic arts course will enable you to launch your career in the graphic design or printing industry. No previous experience is required, just a keen interest and a creative mind! You will develop the foundation skills you need to work as an assistant or junior graphic designer. You’ll gain creative and practical skills in the areas of graphic design, advertising, packaging, printing, sign writing, and electronic media. This course has a particular focus on print production whilst covering the design essentials. This course is offered 100% online.

Diploma of Photo Imaging CUV50411 Have a passion for photography and want to make a living capturing art? This qualification reflects the role of photo imaging practitioners who possess a sound theoretical knowledge base and use a range of specialised and technical competencies to plan, carry out and evaluate photo imaging services. The qualification applies to a range of industry contexts, including commercial, domestic portrait, media, wedding, illustrative, institutional, and art photography. This course is offered 100% online. VISUAL ARTS Certificate III in Visual Arts CUV30111 This qualification enables learners to use a range of skills and techniques to produce art and craft works. They have the ability to select, adapt and transfer skills to different situations. This qualification prepares you for the higher level learning that supports professional art practice. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC


BUSINESS, IT, RETAIL AND TECHNOLOGY


08-09 BUSINESS, IT, RETAIL AND TECHNOLOGY ACCOUNTING Certificate III in Accounts Administration FNS30315 This qualification allows students to develop the basic bookkeeping skills and knowledge required to facilitate a move into bookkeeping and accounting roles. You will develop basic analytical and reporting skills and gain both hands-on and theoretical knowledge of day to day accounting concepts. This course is offered 100% online. Certificate IV in Bookkeeping FNS40215 This qualification is designed to reflect the job roles of contracted and employed bookkeepers who perform bookkeeping tasks for small businesses across a range of industries. Units included in this course meet the Business Activity Statements (BAS) Agent Board registration requirements. This course incorporates the foundations of accounting, including computerised accounting, manual accounting, budgeting, business law, and writing business and financial documents. This course is offered 100% online. Certificate IV in Accounting FNS40611 This qualification allows students to develop comprehensive accounting skills and knowledge and to facilitate the move into bookkeeping and accounting roles. Students will develop analytical and reporting skills and gain both hands on and theoretical knowledge of day to day accounting concepts. Units included in this course meet the BAS Agent Board registration requirements. This course incorporates the foundations of accounting, including computerised accounting, manual accounting, budgeting, business law, and writing business and financial documents. This course is offered 100% online.

Diploma of Accounting FNS50210 This qualification allows students to continue to develop their accounting skills and knowledge and to facilitate the move from bookkeeping to accounting roles. Students will develop analytical and managerial skills and gain both hands on and theoretical knowledge of advanced accounting concepts. Lawrence Street VIC Advanced Diploma of Accounting FNS60210 This qualification allows students to continue to develop their accounting skills and knowledge and to facilitate the move to corporate or public practice accounting roles. Building on your previous experience and/ or qualification, you learn about, tax returns, corporate governance, economics, business planning and the writing and preparation of financial documents. Lawrence Street VIC BUSINESS Certificate IV in Business BSB40215 This course is for you if you want to be, or are employed as, a supervisor or team leader. You may have experience in the workplace and are looking to improve your business skills and to enhance career options. You’ll learn complex skills in finance, management, human resources, business technology and marketing. Lawrence Street VIC Diploma of Business BSB50215 This qualification reflects the role of individuals with substantial experience in a range of settings who are seeking to further develop their skills across a wide range of business functions. You’ll gain substantial knowledge in management, including the management of risk, personal work and development, recruitment, workforces, budgets and finance, marketing and consumer perception. This course is offered 100% online.

Certificate III in Business Administration BSB30415 This qualification provides the skill and knowledge required to work effectively in an office position where you are required to work independently with increased areas of responsibility. The courses covers areas regarding work ethic, time management, team building, problem solving, writing business documents, records management and competent Microsoft Office usage. This course is ideal for anyone looking to validate their current administrative role and the skills involved. Alternatively, it’s a great start point for a person looking to learn the ins and outs of business administration to help them gain employment in the field. McKoy Street Main campus VIC Certificate III in Business Administration (Medical) BSB31115 This qualification provides the skill and knowledge required to work effectively in an office position where you are required to work independently with increased areas of responsibility. The courses covers areas regarding work ethic, time management, team building, problem solving, writing business documents, records management and competent Microsoft Office usage. This course is ideal for anyone looking to validate their current administrative role and the skills involved. Alternatively, it’s a great start point for a person looking to learn the ins and outs of business administration to help them gain employment in the field. McKoy Street Main campus VIC


Certificate IV in Business Administration BSB40515 This qualification aims to further develop on your existing administrative skill and knowledge, enabling you to be responsible for other administrative staff, managing an area, event or budget. It is the beginning of stepping up into management roles within a workplace. You’ll gain comprehensive skills in coordinating and maintaining customer service standards, team cohesion, meetings, managing travel, word and spreadsheet processing, presenting, and researching and writing complex reports. Lawrence Street, VIC Diploma of Business Administration BSB50415 Designed for the business administrative professional currently working in the field, this course will help develop your skills to be able to enhance your employment opportunities. You’ll gain the theoretical knowledge and the skills to use a range of specialised, technical or managerial competencies to plan, carry out and evaluate your own work and/or the work of a team. McKoy Street Main campus, VIC Certificate IV in Business Sales BSB40615 After successfully completing this course you’ll have well-developed business sales skills and a broad knowledge base in a wide variety of business sales contexts. You’ll be able to apply solutions to a defined range of unpredictable problems, and analyse and evaluate information from a variety of sources. This course is ideal for those already employed in sales, or those aspiring to be. Lawrence St, VIC

Certificate IV in Marketing BSB41315 Throughout this course you’ll learn and develop skills based upon the key principles of marketing and be introduced to modern marketing techniques, in an ever-changing landscape. This will involve all facets of marketing, from draft and planning, to implementation and post-campaign research. This course will suit you if you’re looking to get into, or are already in a marketing assistant role and you’re looking to validate and enhance your skills. Lawrence Street, VIC MANAGEMENT, TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT Certificate IV in Career Development CHC42112 This qualification covers workers who provide a range of programs and services to individuals and groups of clients and employers to support them in planning their career and/ or locating, securing and maintaining suitable employment. You will gain an understanding of access and equity issues including cultural diversity, disability issues, and how to work with local communities in the provision of services. This qualification is also offered as a dual qualification in combination with Certificate IV in Employment Services. McKoy Street Main campus, VIC Certificate IV in Employment Services CHC42012 Want to help people gain valuable fulfilling employment? This qualification covers workers who 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. Workers at this level need an understanding of access and equity issues including cultural diversity, disability issues, and how to work with local communities in the provision of services. Those employed in the role may have limited supervisory responsibilities in the employment services context. This qualification is also offered as a dual qualification in combination with Certificate IV in Career Development. This course is offered 100% online.

Certificate IV in Frontline Management BSB40812 This course is ideal for people already working in a supervisory function or lower-level management position. You’ll enhance your skills and knowledge with employee management, influence, leadership, business operations, and workplace relationships. This is an ideal course for new or budding supervisors, managers and team leaders who are looking to develop their skills and abilities in management. Lawrence Street, VIC Certificate IV in Training and Assessment TAE40110 Have a desire to teach and pass on your experience and skills? This qualification reflects the roles of individuals delivering training and assessment services in the vocational education and training (VET) sector. Completion of this course enables you to start a career as an accredited trainer and assessor either with a registered training organisation or in a workplace carrying out internal training. You develop skills in facilitating learning one-on-one and in groups, changing workplace practices and improving productivity through effective training and assessment and working effectively with vocational education and training. McKoy Street Main campus, VIC Certificate IV in Human Resources BSB41015 This qualification prepares individuals to work in a range of support positions in human resources management. The course is designed to reflect the role of someone working in the industry. You’ll develop skills with human resources functions, such as remuneration, workforce planning or human resources information systems. This course is available to those already working in the field who are using this course to validate their skills (Fast Track option available) or any student looking to get a start in the field of HRM. Lawrence Street, VIC


10-11 Diploma of Human Resources Management BSB50615 This qualification reflects the role of individuals who possess a sound theoretical knowledge base in human resources management and demonstrate a range of managerial skills to ensure that human resources functions are effectively conducted in an organisation or business area. Typically you would have responsibility for the work of other staff. Students wishing to undertake this course should ideally have experience in human resources (whether studies or employment), or currently work in the field. This course is offered 100% online. Advanced Diploma of Management (Human Resources) BSB60915 This course is designed for you if you would like to pursue a career in human resources management in a leadership role. You will further develop your skills in managing human resources, managing risk, managing finances, strategic planning, managing organisational change, and providing leadership across the organisation. Lawrence Street, VIC Diploma of Management BSB51107 This qualification reflects the role of individuals who are engaged to manage the work of others or to add value to or review management practices. Their role may be in any industry or organisational setting. Typically people in these roles will have considerable experience in their respective industries or vocational areas and combine an informed perspective of specific work requirements with their managerial approaches. This qualification requires a sound theoretical knowledge base and managerial competencies to plan, carry out and evaluate your own work or the work of a team. This course is offered 100% online.

Advanced Diploma of Management BSB60407 This course is appropriate for people who are currently in a managerial role or who aspire to such a role. You learn about leadership across the organisation, strategic planning, managing organisational change, organisation development, diversity policy and human resources strategic planning. This course is offered 100% online. Diploma of Project Management BSB51415 This course, comprising online study and workshops, is designed to teach you all the facets of project practices. You will gain valuable skills, including setting timelines, managing human resources, quality control, budget project management and project costing. project management is perfect for those wishing to become a project leader, project officer, project team manager or project administrator. Our program is designed to give you the confidence you need to help your team to become successful and achieve its project goals. This is an ideal course for new or existing supervisors and team leaders who are seeking to have their day-today skills developed and receive a nationally recognised qualification. This course is offered 100% online. Certificate IV in Small Business Management BSB40415 This course will provide valuable knowledge for people looking to manage, start and/or own a small business. You’ll learn about business practices, issues, legislation, business growth, management, marketing and finance. The course will set you on your way to growing your own business or franchise. You can complete this course full-time, part-time, entirely online, or through six-week intensive block delivery (complementing your workplace learning). Remember, time spent on training yourself, is time spent developing your business. McKoy Street Main campus, VIC This course is also offered 100% online.

RETAIL Certificate III in Retail Operations SIR30212 This course focuses on learning about varying aspects of retail sales and the retail environment. From product and sales service, to leadership and supervision - you’ll gain a vast array of skills. This course is suitable for those looking to hone their skills for their current role, or increase their likelihood of promotion at work. McKoy Street Main campus, VIC


CIVIL CONSTRUCTION, TRAFFIC CONTROL AND FORESTRY


12-13 CIVIL CONSTRUCTION, TRAFFIC CONTROL AND FORESTRY CIVIL CONSTRUCTION Earthmoving (front-end loader, backhoe, dozer and excavator) A3EMOV1 (units from FPI30211 Certificate III in Harvesting and Haulage) Enhance your knowledge and experience as an operator of earthmoving machinery in line with relevant state and national certificate requirements. This course is ideal if you are looking to gain competence with earthmoving machinery and enter the civil construction industry. It’s a fantastic way to earn your tickets quickly and increase your employment opportunities. Altona VIC, Barnawartha North VIC, Shepparton VIC Excavator and front-end loader A3LELL1 (units from FPI30211 Certificate III in Harvesting and Haulage) Enhance your knowledge and experience as an operator of earthmoving machinery in line with relevant state and national certificate requirements. This course is ideal if you are looking to enter the civil construction industry. It’s a fantastic way to earn your tickets quickly and increase your employment opportunities. Barnawartha North VIC, Shepparton VIC Dozer A3LZ1 (units from FPI30211 Certificate III in Harvesting and Haulage) Enhance your knowledge and experience as an operator of earthmoving machinery (dozer) in line with relevant state and national certificate requirements. This course is ideal if you are looking to enter the civil construction industry. Barnawartha North VIC, Shepparton VIC

Slewing crane operations (up to 20 tonne) A4C21 (units from TLI41910 Certificate III in Mobile Crane Operations) This course is designed to enhance your knowledge and experience of crane operation in line with state, OHS, and national certification requirements. You will learn about the standards and regulations, site and job planning, pre-operational check, and the setup, operation, and shut-down of the crane. Barnawartha North VIC Dogging A4DG2 (units from TLI41910 Certificate IV in Mobile Crane Operations) Trained and assessed by qualified trainers from industry backgrounds, you will learn how to sling and secure loads ready for lifting. This course will also enable you to safely direct, land, and position loads using various communication systems. This course also covers regulations, safety requirements, and different crane requirements. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC TRAFFIC CONTROL Victorian traffic control A3TRAF1 (units from TLI41910 Certificate IV in Mobile Crane Operations) This course is designed and intended for people working in the civil construction industry who have responsibility of controlling traffic safely through and around a worksite. You must complete this course prior to undertaking the tasks of a traffic controller on a public road, as per VicRoads legislation. Barnawartha North VIC Victorian workzone traffic management A3WZONE1 (units from RII30913 Certificate III in Civil Construction) This course is designed to enhance your knowledge of designing and inspecting traffic control plans (TCPs). This course will be suited to you if you are a works supervisor, surveillance officer, road safety auditor, or a project manager. Barnawartha North VIC

Traffic controller (NSW blue card) IA08TC* This course is designed to enhance your understanding of the role of a traffic controller and provide the knowledge and skills required to apply the traffic controlling procedures on a worksite. It also aims to maintain motivation and promote the role of a traffic controller in the community. Training is available at our branches or at your workplace. Barnawartha North VIC Apply traffic control plans (NSW yellow card) IA08ATCP* This course is designed to enhance your understanding of interpreting traffic control plans (TCPs), placing and removal of signage and devices safely, and completing relevant documentation. Barnawartha North VIC Select and modify traffic control plans (NSW red card) IA08SMTCP* This course provides you, as a work supervisor or team leader, with the knowledge and skills you need to select and make minor modifications, if necessary, to existing traffic control plans (TCPs), to suit the work location. Barnawartha North VIC Design and inspect traffic control plans (NSW orange card) IA08DITCP* This course is designed to enhance your knowledge of designing and inspecting new traffic control plans (TCPs), developing your prior experience and skills. Created for industry, this course is for you if you are a works supervisor, surveillance officer, road safety auditor, or a project manager. Barnawartha North VIC


OHS construction induction card (white card) A3WHITE1 (units from RII30912 Certificate III in Civil Construction) Wanting to start work in the construction industry? Learn about preventing workplace injury and illness, workplace injury management, and worker’s compensation. This course is aimed at all new workers who carry out construction work, including self-employed people, labourers, tradespeople, apprentices/trainees, supervisors and project managers, school students and school leavers, and anyone who visits construction sites. This ticket is mandatory for you to work on any construction site. Barnawartha North VIC FORESTRY Chainsaw operations: trim & crosscut A2TRIM1 (units from FPI20211 Certificate III in Harvesting and Haulage) This chainsaw training course enhances your knowledge, skills, and attitude towards the safe and efficient use of chainsaws. You’ll learn how to properly trim and cut felled trees. This qualification is a mandatory requirement (in Victoria) for the operation of chainsaws in the forest environment. Barnawartha North VIC Felling – basic A3FELB1 (units from FPI20211 Certificate III in Harvesting and Haulage) This chainsaw training course enhances your knowledge, skills, and attitude towards the safe and efficient use of chainsaws. This qualification is a mandatory requirement (in Victoria) for the operation of chainsaws in the forest environment. Successful completion of ‘Chainsaw operations: trim and crosscut’ is an entry requirement for this and other felling courses. Barnawartha North VIC

Forest OHS & environmental care A3FOHS1 (units from FPI20211 Certificate III in Harvesting and Haulage) This course enhances your knowledge and experience about OHS policies and procedures, and environmental care procedures. This course is a requirement of obtaining a forest operator’s licence. Barnawartha North VIC


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EDUCATION AND LANGUAGE


16-17 EDUCATION AND LANGUAGE COURSES FOR PEOPLE WITH A DISABILITY OR LEARNING DIFFICULTIES Certificate I in Transition Education 22129VIC This course is an ideal first step in your introduction to adult learning and is designed for students with a disability or with additional learning needs. Wodonga TAFE will prepare you for work or further study, and will help you develop confidence and skills for independent living and community participation. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC Certificate I in Work Education 22128VIC This course is for you if you are a young person over the age of 16 years with a disability or additional learning needs. The Certificate I in Work Education course will help you investigate vocational options (postschool training) and develop work readiness skills for employment including participating in work placement, as there is a focus on vocational planning and work readiness. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROGRAMS Course in Preliminary Spoken and Written English 10361NAT This course is at the foundation level; suitable for learners who have no or limited formal schooling, no literacy skills in English and who may not have literacy skills in their first language. The course focuses on skills for participation in formal education, basic literacy and numeracy skills and skills for active community involvement. Lawrence Street VIC

Certificate I in Spoken and Written English 10362NAT Certificate I in Spoken and Written English is a beginner course for those who have just started learning English or who have had minimal exposure to the English language. It provides the skills to be able to use and understand English in everyday situations. It provides general language education primarily targeted to newly-arrived migrants and refugees who need to develop language skills to participate in a range of community contexts. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC

Certificate IV in Spoken and Written English - Further Studies 10365NAT The Certificate IV in Spoken and Written English (Further Studies) is an advanced course for learners who have developed some competence in English language and literacy skills and who have had a fair degree of formal or informal exposure to the English language. It focuses specifically on the development of spoken and written language skills required to continue with higher education studies. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC

Certificate II in Spoken and Written English 10363NAT The Certificate II in Spoken and Written English is a post-beginner course for learners who have developed a basic level of English, literacy and numeracy skills and who have had some formal or informal exposure to the English language. It provides general language education primarily targeted to newly arrived migrants and refugees who need to develop language skills to participate in a range of community contexts. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC

FURTHER SKILLS FOR ADULTS

Certificate III in Spoken and Written English 10364NAT The Certificate III in Spoken and Written English is an intermediate course for learners who have developed a functional level of English, literacy and numeracy skills and who have had some formal or informal exposure to the English language. It provides general language education primarily targeted to newly arrived migrants and refugees who need to develop language skills to participate in a range of community contexts, including conversations, transactions, writing and reading engagement, negotiating, job-seeking and participating in interviews. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC

Certificate I in General Education for Adults (Introductory) 22235VIC This course focuses on building basic literacy and numeracy skills. It is ideal for people who haven’t been in the education system for a long period of time, those wanting to get back into the workforce, or people looking to gain confidence before commencing a foundation level course. Certificate I (Introductory) focuses on the development of basic literacy skills and mathematical knowledge to apply in everyday familiar situations. This course covers, literacy and numeracy for learning, personal purposes, community participation, and employment. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC Certificate II in General Education for Adults 22237VIC This course is designed to provide learners with the opportunity to re-engage with learning in literacy, maths, science, computer skills and general education. It provides a pathway to further studies or employment and will help you to build your confidence to pursue a future of your choice. This is delivered online with optional workshops scheduled to support your learning. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC


Certificate IV in Tertiary Preparation 22182VIC This is a preparatory course which provides you with the skills and knowledge to develop successful study habits and academic skills. Successful completion of this course may enable you to continue onto further study including vocational education at a higher level (diploma, advanced diploma) or undergraduate university studies. You can gain guaranteed entry into university for selected courses provided you meet the requirements. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC VICTORIAN CERTIFICATE OF APPLIED LEARNING (VCAL)

Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (Intermediate) VCALINT001 At Intermediate level, the focus is on knowledge and employability skill development that leads to independent learning, confidence and a high level of transferable skills. This level also includes mandatory industry days, where students will spend time in a variety of different departments, which could include Community Services and Health, Warehousing, Creative Industries, and Agriculture and Horticulture. This provides a great insight into each industry and a pathway to further studies in any of these areas. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC

Our VCAL courses provide practical work-related experience as well as literacy and numeracy skills and the opportunity to build personal skills that are important for life and work. Like the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE), VCAL is a recognised senior secondary qualification. Successful completion of the VCAL enables you to continue on to vocational training, apprenticeships or other employment.

Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (Senior) VCALSEN001 At Senior level, learning is autonomous in regard to planning and work activities but conducted under supervision. Knowledge and employability skills development leads to a high level of interpersonal skills, independent action and achievement of tasks that require decision making and leadership. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC

Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (Foundation) VCALFND001 At Foundation level, students learn under close supervision with high levels of direction. Knowledge and employability skills development is supported by a strong emphasis on literacy and numeracy and preparatory learning. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC

Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (Industry Taster) A0TCOMS1 Our VCAL taster programs give students the opportunity to develop entry level skills and knowledge for employment or further studies in various industry areas. Each VCAL industry taster program runs over six months and is supported by two teachers, a literacy and numeracy specialist and an industry expert. These programs are offered at Foundation level only. You can choose from: • business and hospitality • construction • agriculture and horticulture • transport and warehousing McKoy Street Main Campus VIC


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ENGINEERING, ARCHITECTURE, SUSTAINABILITY AND TIMBER


20-21 ENGINEERING, ARCHITECTURE, SUSTAINABILITY AND TIMBER ENGINEERING Diploma of Engineering Technology 22229VIC Ideally you will have work experience in engineering or have some relative qualification in order to undertake this course. You learn skills in the design, development, and drafting of components and machinery required in manufacturing industries. You use a range of materials such as metals, non-metals, composite materials, and plastics. The course articulates into the Advanced Diploma of Engineering and may provide credit towards a Bachelor of Engineering. Successful completion of this course provides you with opportunities to work in the manufacturing industry, particularly in small to mediumsized organisations. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology 22228VIC This course is for engineers and managers in public and private sectors, across all engineering streams, and in small, medium, and large enterprises. This course is for those with aspirations to become an engineer or manager in public and private sectors, across all engineering streams, and in small, medium, and large enterprises. On successful completion you can gain credit towards a range of degree courses in engineering. Specifically, this course is offered in another manner, with students completing a two year qualification within 12 months. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC

Certificate II in Engineering MEM20105 Designed for engineering apprentices, this course involves learning about all the processes to engineering and the different facets of engineering a student may wish to pursue further in their career and education. This course is fully customisable and flexible, allowing employers and apprentices to choose the units relevant to their career paths and/or current employment. Students can undertake all training with our equipment, meaning there’s less on-site downtime for employers. Units of study may include fitting and machining, mechanical maintenance, welding, fabrication, manufacturing and machine/process operations. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC Certificate II in Engineering Studies 22209VIC Develop your skills for employment within the engineering industry with this pre-apprenticeship course. With successfully completed units you will gain credits into an apprenticeship in various engineering and manufacturing careers including general machining, fabrication and welding. It’s a great way of getting your foot in the door, as it shows not only understanding and skills, but a dedication to your chosen trade area. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC Certificate III in Engineering Mechanical Trade MEM30205 Learn valuable skills in a challenging but rewarding career. This qualification covers the skills and knowledge required to work as an engineering tradesperson - mechanical within metal, engineering, manufacturing and associated industries. You’ll gain valuable knowledge about the design, assembly, installation, and manufacturing of mechanical equipment using lathe, milling, grinding, and machining techniques. This course will see your skills further developed during your apprenticeship. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC

Certificate III in Engineering Production Systems MEM30105 A qualification developed to be undertaken at your workplace and through off-the-job training, this course is suited for people already employed in an engineering production or manufacturing environment or those undertaking a relevant traineeship. It focuses on the skills needed in the production and processing industries and can be tailored to suit your workplace with many varying units available. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC Certificate III in Engineering Fabrication Trade MEM30305 You will learn to work as an apprentice boilermaker and sheet metal worker. You develop skills in metal fabrication, pattern development, welding, computers in engineering, and robotics. These skills can then be applied to a host of different engineering streams. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC Certificate IV in Engineering MEM40105 Ideally you will have work experience in engineering or have some related qualification in order to undertake this course. You learn skills in the design, development, and drafting of components and machinery required in manufacturing industries. You use a range of materials such as metals, non-metals, composite materials, and plastics. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC


TELECOMMUNICATIONS Certificate II in Telecommunications Cabling ICT20313 Need to formalise your skills with a qualification? Or are you undertaking a traineeship with a telecommunications business? Wodonga TAFE is the place to go! This qualification reflects the role of an operator in the telecommunications industry who can apply a broad range of skills in a varied work context of installation of telecommunications and data cabling and cabling products on customer premises. You’ll become well-versed in the requirements of the Australian Communications Media Authority (ACMA) and relevant industry registration bodies, and in line with the specifications of the access network owner. This qualification prepares an individual for the initial stages of their traineeship within the industry. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC Certificate III in Telecommunications ICT30213 Successful completion of this course will complement your employment, and make you a telecommunications tradesman qualified to install telecommunications equipment and products, including voice and data communications. The telecommunications courses can be fully customised to comprise of units that are appropriate to you and your workplace. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC

BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION TRADES Certificate II in Building and Construction (Carpentry) Preapprenticeship 22216VIC Looking for a rewarding, hands-on career? You will gain the skills and knowledge required for carpentry, this includes gaining experience in using hand and power tools. You will learn a wide range of carpentry skills including how to install windows and doors, wall framing, interior fixing and roofing. Completion of this preapprenticeship will open up employment and career opportunities for you in the building and construction (carpentry) industry. Learn with your hands, and help build a portable unit! Brockley Street VIC Certificate II in Construction Pathways CPC20211 You will be more than ready to begin your apprenticeship in building and construction after completing this course. Successful completion will also provide you with some credit towards your apprenticeship. If you have already completed the Certificate II in Building and Construction through a ‘VET in schools’ program, this course will provide you with additional skills in building and construction to secure your apprenticeship. Brockley Street VIC Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Building) CPC40110 This course provides the learning and skills for students to apply to become a registered and qualified builder with Master Builders Association of Victoria. Upon receiving registration, this will subsequently allow you to undertake full residential or commercial building and construction. You’ll garner knowledge in all aspects of building and construction, including (but not limited to) creating and interpreting plans, labour and material schedules, contracts, site management, structural principles, and legal requirements. Brockley Street VIC

Certificate III in Carpentry CPC30211 This course provides the training component of a carpentry apprenticeship in the housing and industrial sectors of the carpentry trade. A large range of elective units suits all areas of carpentry, domestic and commercial construction, formwork, and industrial carpentry work, ensuring that your apprentices learn the skills they need to work effectively in your business. Wodonga TAFE offers onsite assessments for your apprentices which means that apprentices have increased productivity and less ‘down’ time away from your business. Our teaching staff also offer you full support to complete training reports, allowing you more time to work on your business. Brockley Street VIC Certificate II in Furniture Making MSF20313 You learn the skills, knowledge and techniques you require for cabinet making. You will also gain experience in using hand and power tools to build interesting pieces of furniture. You develop the skills involved in reading and using plans to build projects such as a hall table and a dining chair. Brockley Street VIC Certificate III in Cabinet Making MSF31113 This course is to be undertaken alongside your cabinet making apprenticeship. Apprentices are employed in a range of fields in the furnishing industry, in areas such as furniture makers, kitchen manufacturers, shop fitters, joiners, reproduction furniture makers, furniture restorers, and boat interior fitters. To become a tradesperson in the furnishing industry requires the completion of an Australian apprenticeship in furnishing. To gain an Australian apprenticeship you will need to find a job with an employer willing to supervise your training. This course is designed to give you the skills you need to operate as a tradesperson in cabinet making. Brockley Street VIC


22-23 BUILDING DESIGN Advanced Diploma of Building Design (Architectural) 22268VIC Are you creative and technicalminded? If you’ve successfully completed Year 12 or have relevant experience in the industry, successful completion of this course may help you find employment opportunities with architects, builders, building designers, building inspectors, or surveyors. You will work with designing all components in the construction of residential, commercial and industrial buildings, using CAD, Revit and other programs McKoy Street Main Campus VIC SUSTAINABILITY Certificate IV in Home Sustainability Assessment CPP41110 This course is ideal for you if you’re interested in sustainable living practices and the environment. With this qualification you may find employment as a home or property sustainability assessor, conducting assessments and providing advice on how to improve the efficiency of heating and cooling, energy use, water use and waste generation and management. This course is offered 100% online. Diploma of Sustainability 22105VIC You will gain skills and knowledge to enable you to embed sustainability principles and strategies into your everyday work practices. As environmental issues become more influential on business, you will be well equipped to understand the economic, social and environmental implications on different industries. This course will enable you to further develop and implement sustainable practices in your workplace. This course is offered as a dual diploma qualification for current or past diploma students in any industry area. There are four units to complete, additional to your diploma in another field. This course is offered 100% online.

Certificate IV in NatHERS Assessment CPP41212 This qualification is designed to meet the needs of assessors operating under the Nationwide House Energy Rating Scheme (NatHERS). Potential users of this qualification include NatHERS assessors, enterprises, government agencies, industry regulatory bodies, community organisations, building designers, architects and other building professionals associated with residential building thermal performance. You’ll learn how to read plans, drawings and specifications for buildings, conduct NatHERS assessments, adhere to regulations, assess and advise on thermal performance enhancing and how to collect the NatHERS information for assessment This course is offered 100% online.


FASHION AND HAIR DESIGN


24-25 FASHION AND HAIR DESIGN FASHION Certificate III in Clothing Production LMT30507 This course is suitable for those seeking to pursue further study or a career in fashion design and clothing production. You will develop illustration and visual communication skills using a variety of materials and techniques. You will study all aspects of the fashion design process, from ideas and concepts, development and communication, fabric sourcing and selection, pattern cutting and garment construction, through to the finished product using a range of machinery. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC Certificate IV in Clothing Production LMT40307 This course is for those seeking a more advanced program to progress to higher skills at the diploma level in fashion design and technology. You will complete specific assignments that focus on developing your skills in the various areas of the fashion industry, including the design process (both illustrative and CAD), garment manufacturing and production methods, pattern-making, and grading/fabric draping. You will also explore consumer behaviour-related fashion trends, how collections are developed to produce key looks, the cultural and social impact of fashion, brand analysis, and market awareness. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC

Diploma of Applied Fashion Design and Technology LMT50307 For those who are serious about launching a career in one of the many fields associated with fashion. This course develops your understanding of the design application and processes. It is suitable for aspiring clothing designers, technical advisors, pattern makers, fashion marketers, merchandisers and retailers. You will complete assignments that develop your skills to an advanced level in subjects including: developing design concepts, advanced patternmaking and grading, CAD and CAM technology, fashion merchandising, fashion illustration, analysing individual fit for clients, costing for design and production and fabric manipulation. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC Advanced Diploma of Applied Fashion Design and Technology LMT60307 This advanced-level qualification is designed for those working in or wishing to work in the industry as a fashion designer or pattern-cutter. This course covers the development of complete garment design and the manufacture of fashion design schemes and ranges, working with either a self-developed or client brief and within project parameters. It also includes specialist areas such as advanced pattern manufacture and grading, draping techniques, and the assessment of the commercial viability of your work. This advanced qualification is suitable for those who have already completed the Diploma in Applied Fashion Design and Technology, or have considerable industry experience. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC

HAIR DESIGN Certificate III in Hairdressing SIH30111 The Certificate III course reflects the role of individuals employed as hairdressers working as part of a team in a hairdressing environment, and who are competent in communicating in the workplace, consulting with clients, selling products and services, and designing and applying a broad range of technical hairdressing services on clients. These individuals possess a range of well-developed skills where discretion and judgement is required and are responsible for their own outputs. Upon completion, graduates can find employment as a hairdresser or continue with further studies. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC


HEALTH AND COMMUNITY


26-27 HEALTH AND COMMUNITY CHILDREN’S SERVICES Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care CHC30113 This is the entry level qualification for those seeking employment in the child care industry. In this course you will use organisation policies, procedures and individual children’s profiles to plan activities and provide care to children, facilitating their leisure and play and enabling them to achieve their developmental outcomes. Depending on the setting, workers may work under direct supervision or autonomously. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC This course is also offered 100% online. Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care CHC50113 This course is suitable for those already working as early childhood educators responsible for designing and implementing the national learning framework. In this course you advance skills you already have to develop, implement and evaluate programs for children in a sensitive, caring and ethical way. You learn how to supervise staff and volunteers and to work as a director or service manager in most states. As a graduate, you can work as a qualified child-care worker. Career opportunities may exist for childcare centre director and qualified, team-leader positions. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC This course is also offered 100% online.

PARAMEDICS AND PATIENT TRANSPORT Certificate III in Non-Emergency Client Transport HLT30212 This national qualification enables you to work in the non-emergency client transport industry as a patient transport officer (PTWO). As an outcome of the changing dimensions of ambulance practice, the Community Resilience Skills Centre (a branch of Wodonga TAFE) has developed this program for people seeking employment with private and public providers in nonemergency ambulance services. Altona VIC, McKoy Street Main Campus VIC Diploma of Paramedical Science (Ambulance) HLT50412 This national qualification enables you to work in the non-emergency client transport industry as an Ambulance Transport Attendant (ATA). As an outcome of the changing dimensions of ambulance practice, we’ve developed this program for people seeking employment with private and public providers in nonemergency ambulance services. Altona VIC and McKoy Street Main Campus VIC COMMUNITY SERVICES Certificate IV in Community Services Work CHC40708 This course provides you with the skills and knowledge to work in a range of roles across the community sector. This qualification is currently being offered as a dual qualification with the Certificate IV in Youth Work. This qualification covers workers who provide a range of services and interventions to clients, and/or who implement community education and interventions. Work may take place in a range of contexts such as community based organisations, residential rehabilitation services, and outreach services, and workers may have supervisory responsibilities. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC

Certificate IV in Community Services Advocacy CHC41012 This course is suitable for those seeking a specific role, providing information, advice and advocacy in the community services sector. Appropriate for careers in diverse areas, such as community education and court support, legal aid, housing and tenancy advice, welfare rights and policy. You will learn to process and maintain workplace information, advocate for clients, establish and maintain effective networks, work effectively with culturally diverse clients and co-workers, and use communication skills to build relationships. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC This course is also offered 100% online. Diploma of Community Services Work CHC50612 Want to contribute to people’s lives and the greater community in a positive way? This qualification helps people gain the skill for roles that usually involve service delivery, either direct client work and/or community education or development projects. This course emphasises a professional, empathetic approach to working with individuals, families and communities in their social environments. Lawrence Street VIC, McKoy Street Main Campus VIC Advanced Diploma of Community Sector Management CHC60312 This qualification is delivered with the Advanced Diploma of Disability, however it can be done separate to this. This management stream qualification is suitable for you if you are responsible for coordination and management of a smaller organisation or of branches and departments of a large organisation. If you work independently and report to executive management or boards of management, and undertake a range of functions requiring the application of knowledge and skills to achieve results in line with the organisation’s goals and strategic directions, then this qualification is applicable to you. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC


Certificate III in Disability CHC30408 If you want to help people with disabilities to achieve greater levels of independence, self-reliance and community participation, this course is for you. This qualification enables you to become a worker who provides a range of services and interventions to clients. On completion of this qualification you will be able to contribute to the design and implementation of programs that aim to enhance the well-being of individuals and groups. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC This course is also offered 100% online. Certificate IV in Disability CHC40312 If you would like to help people with disabilities achieve greater levels of independence, self-reliance and community participation, this course is for you. You will develop the skills to work in residential group homes, training resource centres, day respite centres, open employment services, other community settings and clients’ homes. You will learn how to offer individualised support to clients through studies in personal care, communication, legal implications, medication, developmental programming, inclusive practice and physical wellbeing for people with a disability. The course caters to those who have experience of the sector, as well as those that don’t. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC Advanced Diploma of Disability CHC60112 This qualification can be delivered with the Advanced Diploma of Community Sector Management. If you are currently working intensively with clients, providing specialist services, or supporting clients with complex needs, this qualification will help you take the next step in your disability sector career. Suitable for workers who operate at an advanced skills level, you will learn advocacy systems, how to manage finances, accounts and resources, coordinate assessments, manage information systems, manage change, establish new programs and other management units. Lawrence Street VIC, McKoy Street Main Campus VIC

Certificate IV in Youth Work CHC40413 This qualification covers workers who develop and facilitate programs for young people through a range of community based programs designed to address the social, behavioural, health, welfare, developmental and protection needs of young people. This work may be undertaken through employment in community, government and welfare agencies and workers will be responsible for implementing policies and guidelines of the employing organisation. People with this qualification will also be largely self-directed with fairly autonomous decision making capacity under the indirect supervision of a manager. This qualification is intended to be delivered as a dual qualification with the Certificate IV in Community Services Work. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC Diploma of Youth Work CHC50413 This course is designed for senior youth workers responsible for the development and the outcomes of programs and services for young people. You will already be managing programs to meet their social, behavioural, health, welfare, developmental and protection needs. You will learn about effective workplace communication, the rights and safety of children and young people, reviewing programs to meet client needs, and facilitating links. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC

HEALTH AND AGED CARE Certificate III in Aged Care/ Certificate III in Home and Community Care CHC30212/CHC30312 This course is delivered as a dual qualification. Love to help people? In this course you’ll learn the skills and knowledge needed to provide physical and social support to the older person in a number of settings, including the development of a professional understanding regarding quality of life, duty of care, and maintaining independence. On successful completion, you will gain qualifications in aged care and in home and community care. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC This course is also offered 100% online. Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance HLT42512 This is for people who can see themselves as part of an allied health team made up of professionals and support staff. As a graduate, you will conduct therapeutic and program related activities in fields such as physiotherapy, podiatry and speech pathology under guidance. You’ll be able to identify when client circumstances change, assist with client movement, and recognise healthy body systems. There are compulsory fieldwork placements. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC Certificate III in Health Services Assistance HLT32512 This qualification covers workers in a range of work 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. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC


28-29 Certificate III in Pathology HLT32612 Delivered after general working hours, this course teaches students about the collection of blood and other pathology specimens, under supervision. It should be noted that this qualification does not cover collection of a range of specimens for specialised testing, collection of arterial blood gases, or team leadership and training. This course is also offered as part of a dual qualification with the Certificate III in Non-Emergency Client Transport. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC Certificate IV in Leisure and Health CHC40608 This course is for those interested in working in residential care facilities (nursing homes and hostels) and community agencies such as adult day activity centres. As an activities officer or diversional therapy assistant you would be helping design, implement and evaluate health and leisure activities and programs for clients. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC Certificate IV in Mental Health CHC40512 This specialist, nationally recognised course has been developed by VICSERV and is specifically designed for people currently working in the community managed mental health sector. To enrol in the program you need to be currently working in the sector (in a full time, part time, or casual capacity). This national qualification makes up one level of the National Community Services and Health Training System. The national system has been developed by the combined efforts of government and non-government agencies, union representatives and professional bodies, as well as workplace representatives on a national project team. It provides training options for a career path for employees in a range of sectors in community services and health. Melbourne and Regional Victoria (Locations to be advised)

Diploma of Nursing (EnrolledDivision 2 nursing) HLT51612 Looking for a rewarding career helping others? If you want to become a nurse, this is the minimum qualification you require to work in any state or territory. Upon graduation and necessary registration, you may find work in acute care hospitals, aged-care facilities, adult day-centres and community health services. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC WORK HEALTH AND SAFETY (WHS) Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety BSB41415 This qualification is suitable for people working in a work health and safety (WHS) role who may or may not work under supervision. You’ll gain skills in leadership and providing guidance to others. Upon completion you’ll be able to apply a broad knowledge base and welldeveloped skills in a wide variety of contexts. You’ll be able to ensure peoples safety and wellbeing in the workplace. This course is also offered 100% online. Diploma of Work Health and Safety BSB51315 This qualification is suitable for people who coordinate and maintain the Work Health and Safety (WHS) program in an organisation. It reflects the role of practitioners who apply a substantial knowledge base and well-developed skills in a wide variety of WHS contexts. This course is delivered through flexible learning with Wodonga TAFE offering you the opportunity to progress at your own pace without sacrificing your family and work commitments. This course is also offered 100% online.

MASSAGE Certificate IV in Massage Therapy Practice HLT40312 This qualification is completed as part of the Diploma of Remedial Massage and provides the skills required for competence in remedial massage practice. Practitioners at this level may be self-employed as independent practitioners or may work within a larger health service. This course covers the provision of remedial massage treatment to clients with specific needs such as injury management, rehabilitation, aged care and chronic disease management. Practitioners at this level may supervise other massage therapists. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC Diploma of Remedial Massage HLT50307 Complete the Certificate IV and Diploma of Remedial Massage as a dual qualification and treat clients with specific needs such as injury management, rehabilitation, aged care and chronic disease management. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC


HIGHER EDUCATION


30-31 HIGHER EDUCATION CAREERDIRECT DIPLOMA TO DEGREE PATHWAY Complete your diploma or advanced diploma qualifications with Wodonga TAFE and a range of options are available for you to turn these studies into a degree. Our university partnerships enable you to receive credit towards your degree for the studies that you have already completed at Wodonga TAFE. Your existing knowledge is recognised and you can concentrate on completing your degree. You will be well prepared to tackle further studies with the support, confidence and knowledge that you have gained whilst at Wodonga TAFE. Your Wodonga TAFE qualifications are well recognised, and if you chose to study at another tertiary education provider, simply contact them for details of how your diploma or advanced diploma will grant you credits.

BACHELOR OF APPLIED MANAGEMENT Wodonga TAFE is proud to partner with Federation University Australia to offer the Bachelor of Applied Management in Wodonga. This innovative and applied program was developed to meet the local and global demand for highly skilled managers. This is an innovative degree integrating applied and academic learning. It has been developed to reflect the changing roles and responsibilities of business and management, incorporating applied skills and higher-level managerial concepts. With a diploma and advanced diploma or equivalent you are ready to enter the program and will gain your bachelor’s degree in one year! You can undergo the skills recognition process to fasttrack your eligibility to enter the program if you do not have these qualifications. LA TROBE UNIVERSITY TRANSITION PROGRAM Our partnership with La Trobe University means that you can begin your degree at La Trobe’s Albury Wodonga campus and receive credit on related subjects for your previous Wodonga TAFE studies. When you enrol in one of Wodonga TAFE’s diplomas you also receive a conditional offer into a relevant La Trobe University degree.

CSU PATHWAY PROGRAM The CSU Pathway Program is a partnership between Charles Sturt University (CSU) and Wodonga TAFE that provides you with guaranteed entry into a number of degrees at CSU. The program offers a pathway to university if you are a recent school leaver and want to study at CSU but do not meet the entry criteria or if you need further preparation. The program provides supported learning for recent school leavers resulting in a Diploma of General Studies from CSU and a Certificate IV in Tertiary Preparation from Wodonga TAFE. The Diploma of General Studies is studied full-time on campus and by distance education over two 17-week sessions and provides a solid preparation for your university studies.


HOSPITALITY, TOURISM AND EVENTS


32-33 HOSPITALITY, TOURISM AND EVENTS CULINARY AND BAKING Certificate III in Patisserie SIT31113 Designed as a course for nonapprentices, for those who want to explore their culinary skills and make some awesome treats! This qualification will provide you with the practical skills and knowledge to produce a range of patisserie products as a qualified cook. Following completion of this course, work could be undertaken in various hospitality enterprises where patisserie products are prepared and served, including patisseries, restaurants, hotels, catering operations, clubs, pubs, cafes and coffee shops. Individuals may also have some responsibility for others and provide technical advice and support to a team. Workshops will be run by local patisserie shop owner Geoffrey Michael. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC Certificate III in Retail Baking (Cake and Pastry) FDF30510 This course is available for apprentices and non-apprentices, and prepares you for a career in the retail baking industry. It is also suitable for you if you want to work as a pastry cook and baker, or if you are employed as a pastry cook and baker and want to formalise your experience. We offer three different streams; bread, cake and pastry, and a program that combines both bread and cake and pastry. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC

Certificate III in Retail Baking (Bread) FDF30610 Being a qualified baker involves more than just baking. In this course, you learn not only how to prepare and bake food across a range of bakery settings but also how to manage a bakery, ensure the hygiene and cleanliness of the bakery are maintained, and order ingredients. This course prepares apprentices and non-apprentices for careers in the retail baking industry, and is also suitable if you want to work as a baker, or if you are employed as a baker and want to formalise your experience. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC Certificate III in Retail Baking (Combined) FDF30710 This course is available for apprentices and non-apprentices. Retail baking is generally defined as bread, and cake and pastry. However this course combines both, getting the best of both worlds. You’ll learn how to prepare and produce pastry, fillings, cakes, cookies, fillings, and bread. You’ll also get to learn some decorating skills. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC HOSPITALITY Certificate III in Commercial Cookery SIT30813 This course is available to both apprentices and non-apprentices. In this course, you learn not only how to prepare, cook, and serve food across a range of hospitality settings but also how to manage a kitchen, ensure the hygiene and cleanliness of the kitchen are maintained, design menus, and order ingredients. This qualification provides you with the skills and knowledge to be competent as a qualified chef or cook in a supervisory or team leader role in the kitchen. Work may be undertaken in various kitchen settings, such as restaurants, hotels, clubs, pubs, cafes, cafeterias and coffee shops. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC

Certificate III in Hospitality SIT30713 Offered as a traineeship, this qualification provides a pathway to work in organisations such as restaurants, hotels, motels, clubs, pubs, cafes and espresso bars, or after successful completion of this qualification the opportunity to open up a wider market, and travel overseas, and explore the world while earning money, with the new skills and abilities acquired. You will develop a range of skills fit for work. Get the edge as you learn from industry-current teachers, passionate about the foreverevolving and exciting industry. This course involves on-campus, workplace and online study. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC Certificate IV in Hospitality SIT40313 This course imparts knowledge suited for a supervisory role, whether in catering, restaurants, hotels or bars. There is a strong focus on financial training, stock audits and business operations. It is ideal that this course is accompanied with active employment in a relevant industry. You will learn the skills and knowledge required as a team leader or supervisor in various hospitality settings such as restaurants, hotels, motels, clubs, pubs, cafes and coffee shops. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC Diploma of Hospitality SIT50313 This course is available to all, however it is recommended for people working in the industry who are, or want to be, in a managerial/ supervisory role in the hospitality industry. Successful completion of this qualification provides the skills and knowledge for you to be competent as a manager in any hospitality functional area, whether restaurant, bar, gaming, accommodation or catering. The core skills learned include monitoring operations, leadership, managerial planning, regulatory requirements and customer service management. An online version of this course is available if you meet the criteria. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC


TOURISM AND EVENTS Certificate III in Events SIT30612 This course teaches you all aspects of event management from the ground up, from the administrative side through to the hands-on operational and management skills. You can choose to specialise in either special event management or functions and catering. It is possible to complete the Certificate III course in only nine weeks. If you are interested in further study, you will receive great credits towards the diploma by completing this course. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC This course is also offered 100% online. Diploma of Events SIT50212 This course provides you with the skills and knowledge you need to work across a broad range of event areas including professional conference organisations, event management companies, sporting associations, community organisations, and hospitality and cultural venues. It provides a great opportunity to get into a fast-paced, energetic and diverse industry. If you have a Certificate III in Events you may receive extra credit towards your diploma. This program could also act as a great pathway to a degree with one of our university partners. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC Certificate III in Holiday Parks and Resorts SIT31212 This qualification will provide you with the practical skills and knowledge to work in the front office of a holiday park or resort. You will gain a range of welldeveloped operational skills, discretion and judgement, and have a sound knowledge of industry operations. With this qualification you will be able to work with some independence under limited supervision and may provide operational advice and support to team members. This course is offered 100% online.

Certificate IV in Holiday Parks and Resorts SIT40812 This qualification reflects the role of individuals who use a broad range of sales and marketing or operational skills combined with sound knowledge of industry operations. You will develop supervisory responsibilities and plan, monitor and evaluate the work of team members. This course best suits those with experience in the industry already, whether academic or workplace, or both. This course is offered 100% online. Diploma of Holiday Parks and Resorts SIT50412 This qualification reflects the role of individuals who use sound knowledge of industry operations and a broad range of managerial skills to coordinate holiday park operations or marketing and product development activities. This qualification provides a pathway to work as a business manager or owner-operator of a holiday park or resort. This course is offered 100% online. Certificate III in Travel SIT31312 This course is specifically designed by local travel agents to provide you with the skills and knowledge you need to work as a travel consultant in a range of retail travel sectors, particularly in travel agencies and travel-related companies. Learn about a range of travel products including domestic and international travel destinations. This course also includes training in the computerised reservation system, Galileo, which is used throughout the world. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC

Certificate IV in Travel and Tourism SIT40212 This course may lead you to find work in a variety of tourism organisations with a specific focus on sales and marketing in the tourism industry. Job roles may include working as a sales coordinator, sales executive, marketing coordinator, or promotions officer. You learn about developing a promotional stand and promotional materials, coordinating marketing activities, customer service, sales planning, delivering presentations, and gaining product knowledge. This course is offered 100% online. Diploma of Travel and Tourism SIT50112 This qualification will provide you with the skills and knowledge at a management level to work in the tourism industry. This reflects the role of individuals who use sound knowledge of industry operations and a broad range of managerial skills to coordinate tourism and travel operations or marketing and product development activities. This course is offered 100% online.


WODONGA TAFE SHORT COURSES

34-35 MANY OF WODONGA TAFE’S SHORT COURSES CAN LEAD DIRECTLY INTO ONE OF OUR INDUSTRY LEADING NATIONALLY RECOGNISED QUALIFICATIONS. SO WHY NOT GET A TASTE FOR WODONGA TAFE BY JOINING A SHORT COURSE? FIND OUT WHAT COURSE OPTIONS APPLY TO YOUR PREFERRED AREA OF STUDY. PHONE 1300 MY TAFE (1300 698 233) OR EMAIL info@wodongatafe.edu.au


MOTORSPORTS AND MOTORCYCLES


36-37 MOTORSPORTS AND MOTORCYCLES MOTORSPORT Certificate III in Motorsport Technology AUR30912 Most racing teams see this qualification as the minimum point of entry into the industry. Some of our graduates have achieved excellent employment outcomes in the motorsports industry after they have completed this certificate. Further study is available in a Certificate IV or enter an apprenticeship in the motorsports/ auto performance industry or allied trades. You learn all facets of a motor vehicle, with an inclination towards performance and sports vehicles. You also learn about the industry of motorsports. Barnawartha North VIC Certificate IV in Motorsport Technology AUR40312 In this second year of study (following the Certificate III in Motorsport Technology) you will achieve the Certificate IV in Motorsport Technology, which is supported by additional units of competency identified as valuable to the motorsports industry. This program develops more advanced technical skills in preparation for a successful career in the industry. Theory (classroom activity) is consolidated with ‘hands on’ workshops and trackside experience with a range of MTA equipment including a V8 Supercar, karts, a turbocharged sports sedan, a speedway car and other vehicles from our partner organisations. Barnawartha North VIC

MOTORCYCLE Motorcycle Introduction NA14INTRO* The DECA Motorcycle Introductory course provides new riders with basic motorbike skills and knowledge prior to undertaking the Motorcycle Learner Permit training course (or Pre-Learner Licence course as in Tasmania). The course is a great, low-cost opportunity for people to sample motorcycle riding, especially if they are nervous or unsure. Altona VIC, Carrum Downs VIC, Hobart TAS, Barnawartha North VIC, Newborough VIC, Shepparton VIC Motorcycle Learner’s Permit IA14PERM* For those wishing to obtain their Motorcycle Learners Permit, the DECA Motorcycle Learner Permit (Motorcycle Pre-Learner Licence Training in Tasmania) course equips students with the skills and knowledge to ride safely and confidently. A combination of theoretical and practical learning activities ensures this nationally recognised training is your best opportunity to obtain your motorbike or scooter Learner Permit in a fun and informative manner. If you have never ridden a motorbike or scooter before, or you have very limited riding experience, it is strongly recommended that you complete a Motorcycle Introductory Course first. Altona VIC, Carrum Downs VIC, Hobart TAS, Barnawartha North VIC, Newborough VIC, Shepparton VIC

Motorcycle Provisional Licence IA14LIC* For those wishing to obtain their Motorcycle Provisional Licence, the DECA Motorbike Provisional Licence (Pre-Provisional Licence Training in Tasmania) course will equip students with the skills and knowledge required to get their motorbike licence and ride safely and confidently when out on the road. The combination of theoretical and practical learning activities ensures this nationally recognised training is your best opportunity to obtain your motorbike or scooter provisional licence in an informative and exciting environment. DECA provides motorcycles, helmets, gloves and wet weather gear (if required) at no extra charge. Altona VIC, Carrum Downs VIC, Hobart TAS, Barnawartha North VIC, Newborough VIC, Shepparton VIC Motorcycle Permit and Licence Test Only NA14MPAL* For those wishing to obtain their Motorcycle Provisional Licence (Pre-provisional in Tasmania), the DECA Motorbike Provisional Licence - Test Only course allows students to undertake their provisional licence test and assessment without the prior training from DECA. Altona VIC, Carrum Downs VIC, Hobart TAS, Barnawartha North VIC, Newborough VIC, Shepparton VIC


OUTDOOR RECREATION AND FITNESS


38-39 OUTDOOR RECREATION AND FITNESS Certificate III in Fitness SIS30313 This course is a pre-requisite to the Certificate IV in Fitness which is the industry standard expected qualification for working in fitness. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC Certificate IV in Fitness SIS40210 This qualification provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to be competent in a range of activities and functions within the fitness industry, including working independently in a broad range of settings, such as within fitness centres, gyms, pools, community facilities, and in open spaces. Those with this level of competency will be expected to train individual clients, on a one-on-one basis, and may include older clients and children. With this level of competency you will have the ability to plan, conduct and evaluate exercise training, provide leadership and guidance to clients and other staff, and possibly deal with unpredictable situations. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC Certificate IV in Outdoor Recreation SIS40313 This qualification provides the skills and knowledge to be competent in leading at least two outdoor recreation activities in uncontrolled natural environments such as wild bushland, lakes, wild rivers, caves, mountains and alpine terrain. Someone with this qualification is able to manage expected and unexpected situations with considerable autonomy. Leadership and safety management skills are involved when organising activities, as well as being able to arrive at solutions for non-routine or contingency situations. McKoy Street Main Campus VIC


TRANSPORT, WAREHOUSING AND LOGISTICS


40-41 TRANSPORT, WAREHOUSING AND LOGISTICS LICENCING AND ENDORSEMENTS TRUCK Light rigid truck licence A4LR2 (units from TLI42111 Certificate IV in Driving Operations) This course is specifically designed for those people wanting to get a Victorian LR driver’s licence. Holding an LR licence allows you to drive any rigid vehicle, including bus and truck, greater than 4.5 tonnes GVM but equal to or less than 8 tonnes GVM, or a vehicle that seats more than 12 adults including the driver that has a GVM not greater than 8 tonnes GVM. Altona VIC, Carrum Downs VIC, Barnawartha North VIC, Shepparton VIC Medium rigid truck licence A4MR2 (units from TLI42111 Certificate IV in Driving Operations) DECA’s Medium Rigid (MR) Synchromesh course is specifically designed for those people wanting to get a Victorian MR synchromesh driver’s licence. Holding a synchromesh MR licence allows you to drive any two axle rigid vehicle, including bus and truck, greater than 8 tonnes gross vehicle mass (GVM). Plenty of driver training time combined with theoretical and practical learning activities ensures this nationally recognised training is your best chance of successfully obtaining a medium rigid licence. Altona VIC, Carrum Downs VIC, Barnawartha North VIC, Newborough VIC, Shepparton VIC

Heavy rigid truck licence A4HR2 (units from TLI42111 Certificate IV in Driving Operations) DECA’s Heavy Rigid (HR) course is specifically designed for those people wanting to get a Victorian HR driver’s licence, whether it be using a synchromesh or non-synchromesh gear box. Plenty of driver training time combined with theoretical and practical learning activities ensures this nationally recognised training is your best chance of successfully obtaining a heavy rigid licence Altona VIC, Carrum Downs VIC, Barnawartha North VIC, Newborough VIC, Shepparton VIC Heavy combination truck licence A4HC2 (units from TLI42111 Certificate IV in Driving Operations) Holding a Heavy Combination licence allows you to drive a prime mover or single semi-trailer exceeding 9 tonne, or rigid vehicle plus trailer greater than 9 tonnes gross vehicle mass (GVM). If you decide to get your licence with a non-synchromesh gear box option, you can drive either a nonsynchromesh, synchromesh or auto gear box. If you gain a synchromesh gear box licence option, you can only drive synchromesh or auto gear boxes. Altona VIC, Carrum Downs VIC, Barnawartha North VIC, Newborough VIC, Shepparton VIC Multi combination truck licence A4MC2 (units from TLI42111 Certificate IV in Driving Operations) Further your heavy vehicle talents and capabilities! Holding an Multi Combination licence allows you to drive a heavy combination vehicle with one or more additional trailers. If you decide to get your licence with a non-synchromesh gear box option, you can drive either a nonsynchromesh, synchromesh or auto gear box. If you gain a synchromesh gear box licence option, you can only drive synchromesh or auto gear boxes. Altona VIC, Carrum Downs VIC, Barnawartha North VIC, Newborough VIC, Shepparton VIC

FORKLIFT Forklift licensing course A4LF1 (units from TLI41910 Certificate IV in Mobile Crane Operations) If you want to gain a start in the supply chain industry, a forklift operations licence is a great asset to take you places! Successful completion of this course will see you gain the national high risk work (HRW) licence required to operate forklifts in a safe and efficient manner. You will also enhance your knowledge and experience in line with relevant OHS, state, and national licence requirements. You must be 18 years of age to obtain a HRW licence. Altona VIC, Carrum Downs VIC, Moorefield Park Drive VIC, Newborough VIC WAREHOUSING AND LOGISTICS Certificate II in Warehousing Operations TLI21610 Work in an ever-expanding industry with recognised skilled-worker shortages. The Certificate II in Warehousing Operations is for you if you want to gain an entry level position in a warehousing, materials handling or transport company. People working at Certificate II level require supervision, support and mentoring till they become more familiar with their work environment and job role. This course integrates theory and practical training sessions. Our warehousing teachers have considerable industry knowledge and with their experience will guide and support you through this course. This nationally recognised program provides an entry pathway to the logistics industry. Moorefield Park Drive VIC


Certificate III in Warehousing Operations TLI31610 This Certificate III program is for anyone wanting to further or start their career in an operational capacity. Certificate III qualified personnel typically work in a variety of warehousing roles with minimum supervision and are responsible for working within a team environment, and for the quality of their work outcomes. Suitably qualified people with a Certificate III are required by all manufacturing, supply chain and transport industries and can lead to other opportunities and career development. This qualification plays an incredibly important role in business operations. This is a great starting point to reaching towards a supervisory or managerial role. Altona VIC, Moorefield Park Drive VIC, Shepparton VIC Certificate IV in Warehousing Operations TLI41810 An excellent leg-up to a supervisory role! This course integrates theory and practical training sessions. Our warehousing trainers have considerable industry knowledge and with their experience, will guide and support you through this course. This nationally recognised program provides an entry pathway to the logistics industry through to middle or senior management. The roles carried out by Certificate IV qualified people vary from employer to employer, but could include the management of people, finances, process and operation planning and many more supply chain business functions. Altona VIC, Moorefield Park Drive VIC, Shepparton VIC

Diploma of Logistics TLI50410 This Diploma of Logistics program is for those people who want to grow their career in the logistics profession. Typically, a Diploma qualification is for those people either working in management or aspire to work in these roles. The roles carried out by Diploma qualified people vary from employer to employer, but this qualification is a business qualification based on the needs of the logistics industry. The on-campus learning is designed to be as interactive as possible and includes case studies and reallife scenarios to build students’ knowledge, capability and real skills. Moorefield Park Drive VIC Certificate IV in Transport and Logistics (Road Transport Car Driving Instruction) TLI41210 If you want to begin your career as a driving instructor, the Certificate IV in Transport and Logistics (Road Transport - Car Driving Instruction) course is the place to start. A nationally recognised qualification, this course will provide you with the necessary skills to teach people how to drive cars in a safe and confident manner. You will learn the art of car control through verbal instruction, how to safely use the dual control systems, current road laws, and licence testing requirements and procedures. Altona VIC, Carrum Downs VIC

Manual handling and injury prevention A4MANW1 (units from TLI41910 Certificate IV in Mobile Crane Operations) This course provides you with the skills and knowledge you need to shift loads using manual-handling methods, including how to assess the risks associated with relocating the load, how to plan the relocation process, and how to carry out the relocation in accordance with the plan. This certification is looked upon favourably by employers, as it shows you can safely move materials, lowering risk to both yourself and goods damages. Altona VIC, Carrum Downs VIC, Barnawartha North VIC, Shepparton VIC Handling hazardous substances and dangerous goods A4HAZW1 (units from TLI41910 Certificate IV in Mobile Crane Operations) This course provides you with the skills and knowledge you need to handle and store dangerous goods and hazardous substances, including how to identify requirements for working with dangerous goods and hazardous substances, confirming site incident procedures, selecting handling techniques, personal protective equipment, and separation requirements. Altona VIC, Shepparton VIC, McKoy Street Main Campus VIC


42-43 ENROLMENT CHECKLIST When you’re ready to take the next step, here’s a handy list of things you will need to bring with you when you enrol. • •

A driver’s licence A green Medicare card

If you don’t have a driver’s licence you will need to bring another form of identification that confirms your birth date. This includes: • • • •

An Australian birth certificate (not birth extract) A current Australian or New Zealand passport A naturalisation certificate Formal documentation issued by the Australian Department of Immigration and Citizenship that confirms your permanent residency.

FEES Studying at TAFE does incur some fees. These are different for everyone. Fees charged are mainly dependent on your age, course classification, and the qualifications you already hold. For further information, please visit www.wodongatafe.edu.au/fees and refer to our ‘Fees, charges and refunds’ brochure. Then contact our Customer Services team who can assist by discussing your course fees with you, based on your individual circumstances.

VET FEE-HELP VET FEE-HELP assists eligible students who are undertaking vocational education and training (VET) at diploma level and above, to pay for all or part of their tuition costs. For further information, please visit www.wodongatafe.edu.au/vfh VTAC You will need to apply through VTAC if you are a current Year 12 student looking to enrol and study full-time in a VTAC-listed Wodonga TAFE course. To find out the important dates for the VTAC application process and more about how to apply through VTAC, visit the VTAC website at www.vtac.edu.au UNIQUE STUDENT IDENTIFIER (USI) From 2015, all TAFE students are required to have a USI before they can enrol in a course. You can apply online, and it doesn’t cost a thing. Visit this website to find out more www.usi.gov.au Once you have your number, you will be able to log into the USI website and view all of your training records. It’s a nice tidy way of keeping all of your vocational achievements in one place.

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Wodonga TAFE Course Guide 2016  

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