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  • TAFE NSWINSTITUTESINTERNATIONALSTUDENT GUIDE2011
  • INDEX 1 Your Unique Australian Study Experience 2 Top 10 Reasons to Study with TAFE NSW 4 TAFE NSW Institutes and College Locations 6 Sydney and NSW Transport Networks 8 Northern Sydney Institute 10 Sydney Institute 12 South Western Sydney Institute 14 Western Sydney Institute 16 Hunter Institute 18 Illawarra Institute 20 New England Institute 22 North Coast Institute 24 Riverina Institute 26 Western Institute 28 TAFE NSW English Language Centres 30 Diploma-to-Degree Courses 40 TAFE NSW Course Areas 42 Course Outlines 91 Application Process 92 TAFE NSW ApplyOnline 93 Application Process Diploma-to-Degree 94 Academic Entry Requirements 95 Application Form 97 Fees 98 Terms and Conditions101 Calendars 2011 – 2012
  • YOUR UNIQUE AUSTRALIANSTUDY EXPERIENCETAFE NSW has a well-established reputation in Australiaand internationally as a leading provider of vocationaleducation and training services.Completely owned, accredited and operated by the NewSouth Wales government, we have a strong and solidfoundation from which to operate now and well into thefuture. TAFE stands for Technical and Further Educationand is similar to a polytechnic in England or a communitycollege in North America.Each year we attract over 4,000 international studentsfrom all over the world. They join close to half a million localstudents at one of the 130 campuses spread out acrossour 10 TAFE Institutes in Sydney and New South Wales.Our colleges are located in city, regional and countryareas. Each campus offers state-of-the art facilities andgives students access to cutting-edge technology andextensive multimedia and web-based resources.There are over 280 courses, including intensiveEnglish, approved for international students on theCommonwealth Register of International Courses forOverseas Students (CRICOS). TAFE NSW also hasagreements with a number of NSW’s top universitiesand many courses offer articulation to university withadvanced standing so students can complete theirundergraduate degrees faster.
  • TOP 10 REASONS TO STUDY WITH TAFE NSW GOVERNMENT OWNED LEARN FROM THE EXPERTS1 TAFE NSW has been successfully providing accredited vocational education and training in Australia for more than 100 years and is an internationally respectedlearning provider. And because all TAFE Institutes aregovernment-owned and operated, you can be assured our 3 All TAFE NSW teachers are highly-qualified, experienced industry and education professionals. Class sizes are small with an average 1:15 teacher- student ratio so you can easily interact with teachers and receive individual attention.colleges are professionally run and financially secure. We focus on providing face-to-face instruction and practicalWe pride ourselves on providing highly interactive and work takes place in world-class facilities, including:personalised learning and make it a priority to ensure ourcourses keep pace with the latest developments for industry » Computer resource centressectors and employers. » Design and multimedia centres » Engineering workshopsYou can be confident you are making a sound investment inyour future when you enrol with TAFE NSW. » Science laboratories » Maritime simulators » Commercial-scale kitchens and restaurants“I KNEW THAT TAFE WAS RIGHT FOR ME BECAUSE IT IS GOVERNMENT OWNED AND Assessments may be a combination of continuous HAS VERY HIGH EDUCATION STANDARDS.” assessment and examinations are based on competency, marks or grades, or a combination of both. Throughout the Nermin - Turkey course students complete: » class work » practical tasks GREAT LOCATIONS2 » assignments » project work With campuses located throughout Sydney and in » work placement in some courses. many coastal and regional locations, TAFE NSW offers a range of student experiences, from a busycity lifestyle to a more relaxed country environment. “THE IMMENSE EFFORT FROM THE TEACHERS TO MAKE THE STUDENTThere are 130 TAFE Colleges to choose from with modernfacilities, skilled and qualified teachers, and dedicated UNDERSTAND THE SUBJECT CAN BE FELTinternational student support. THROUGH EVERY MINUTE OF THE CLASS.”The New South Wales climate presents the perfect opportunity Saravanna - Indiafor you to enjoy the world’s best beaches, beautiful rainforestsand outback areas and ski fields. DIPLOMA TO DEGREEAustralia has a high standard of living and is a safe andfriendly place for you to study, live, and work. Australiansare also proud of their Indigenous and multicultural heritage.Freedom of expression, cultural diversity and law and orderare important features of Australian life. 4 UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS TAFE NSW Diploma-to-Degree course graduates receive two awards – a TAFE NSW Diploma and a Bachelor Degree. Credit transfer articulation agreements with many Australian universities enable TAFE students to complete undergraduate studies“SYDNEY WAS THE ONE CITY OUT OF faster. In most areas of study, students with a TAFE NSW Diploma may apply for entry to university faculties with credit EVERYWHERE IN AUSTRALIA THAT I of one to two years towards their degree. DECIDED I REALLY WANT TO COME BACK TAFE NSW Institutes have guaranteed Diploma-to-Degree TO STUDY AND LIVE HERE... DIFFERENT pathways with: CULTURES, THE BEACH LIFESTYLE...” » University of Western Sydney (UWS) Yael - Israel » Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP) For a full list of D2D courses go to pages 30 - 39.
  • Sydney in Top 10 World Cities Its official – of the 240 cities surveyed worldwide, Sydney is one of the top 10 cities according to the Mercer 2010 Quality of Living Survey for its political stability, law and order, banking services, health, education, transportation, housing, recreation services, climate and natural environment. IMPROVE YOUR ENGLISH STUDENT SUPPORT –5 Whether you already speak English or are just learning, as a TAFE NSW student you will have the opportunity to study and improve your languageskills. With a wide range of intensive English coursesincluding General English, English for Academic Purposes, 8 WE’RE HERE TO HELP At TAFE NSW, we want you to feel welcome, achieve your best and complete your course on time. A compulsory orientation session is held at each TAFE NSWIELTS Preparation and the Cambridge Examination, you can College before the start of each course where you meet yourwork on your reading, writing and listening, essay writing, International Student Coordinator and other international students.presentation and study skills. And, of course, you can practiceyour conversational skills by speaking with local Australians. Our staff carefully follow your academic progress and TAFE NSW provides excellent learning support with largeCourses are detailed on pages 28 - 29. multimedia libraries, web information portals and world-class facilities. There are also study skills programs, tutorial and English language support for international students. PRACTICAL AND6 RELEVANT COURSES With over 280 Certificate and Diploma courses you can choose from a diverse range of subjectareas including animal care, business, dental technology, If you require counselling for homesickness, financial, legal or health issues we have staff who can help. And, to prepare you for life after graduation, our college services help you with job placement, career and education planning.electronics, design and fine arts, the environment, information CAMPUS LIFESTYLE 9technology, horticulture and agriculture, marine engineering,music, nursing, laboratory technology and tourism studies. TAFE NSW campuses provide a wide rangeGraduate Diploma courses are currently available in of facilities and areas of speciality for local andTelecommunications. international students.All courses are developed in consultation with employer and Each campus has a Student Association which is the focusindustry groups and combine academic theory with practical of student community life. Recreational activities includeexperience. You can be sure you will develop practical, on-campus entertainment, weekend trips and sightseeing.relevant and up-to-date workplace skills and knowledge with Association members receive student discounts for movieTAFE NSW. tickets, internet, sport and gymnasium facilities, photocopying, film and digital processing and on-campus shopping.For course details go to pages 40 - 90. To see the unique advantages of each TAFE NSW Institute go to pages 8 - 27 in this brochure or visit our website: JOB-READY TO FAST TRACK7 www.studyintafe.edu.au YOUR CAREER AUSTRALIAN FRIENDS FOR 10 TAFE qualifications are a highly portable and a valuable asset for any graduate. Employers favour A LIFETIMETAFE NSW qualifications because they know our graduatesreceive high-quality and specialised training and are job-ready. Studying at a TAFE NSW Institute can be one of the most rewarding experiences ofMany courses like child care, hairdressing, commercial your life. You will build an international network of friends andcookery and hospitality, provide services to the public on associates as you study with Australian students and peoplecampus. Combined with the additional skills gained through from all around the world.part-time paid work experience, students develop theconfidence and knowledge that makes them a future asset to From the moment you arrive at college, our welcomeemployers. reception and orientation sessions will help you settle quickly. The Student Association will help to be actively involved in campus life and and you will graduate having had a fulfilling“PRACTICAL SKILLS LEARNED AT TAFE and exciting college experience. MEANT I COULD APPLY THOSE SKILLS IN THE WORKFORCE WITH CONFIDENCE.” Anmol - India Visit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information 3
  • TAFE NSW INSTITUTESAND COLLEGE LOCATIONSInternational airports Kingscliff MurwillumbahDomestic airports Boggabilla WollongbarTAFE College locations Lismore Ballina Tenterfield Casino Lightning Ridge Moree Trenayr Maclean Inverell Glenn Innes Grafton Brewarrina Bourke Walgett Narrabri Coffs Harbour our Coffs Harbour Education Armidale Campus (CHEC) Macksville Coonamble Gunnedah Kempsey aba Coonabarabran Tamworth Wauchope Wilcannia Cobar Nyngan Quirindi Port Macquarie Warren and d Gilgandra Taree Tare Broken Hill Dubbo Scone Great Lakes Menindee Dunedoo sw Muswellbrook Wellington We eton Singleton Maitland Tomaree Mudgee Kurri Kurri urri C Cessnock Newcastle Condobolin Parkes Pa Hamilton Lake Cargelligo Orange Wyong Hunter Street F Forbes Lithgow Bathurst Ourimbah Belmont Gosford dale Glendale Grenfell ng West Wyalong wra Cowra Griffith Temora Young Wollongong Leeton Moss Vale Shellharbour Cootamundra Narranderaa National Goulburn Wollongong West Aerospace Yass Nowra Dapto Primary Industries Centre str nt t Training Centre of Excellence Yallah Wagga Wagga W t Tumut Milton/Ulladulla Deniliquin Finley Queanbeyan National Close up of Sydney Environment Corowa o Centre ya Moruya metropolitan TAFE Albury Institute colleges m Cooma e Bega 200 Kilometers Australia Richmond Sydney Blue Mountains Nirimba (Quakers Hill) Hornsby Kingswood Baulkham Hills Northern Nepean Blacktown Beaches Ryde Mount Druitt North Sydney Granville Wetherill Park Meadowbank Crows Nest Lidcombe Ultimo LiverpoolEnglish Language Centres Miller Bankstown Petersham Randwick Enmore PadstowHunter Institute – Newcastle St George (Kogarah) Macquarie Fields OatlyIllawarra Institute – Wollongong Loftus GymeaNorth Coast Institute – Port Macquarie and Kingscliff CampbelltownNorthern Sydney Institute – Crows NestSouth Western Sydney Institute – LiverpoolSydney Institute – Ultimo
  • New South Wales is divided into 10 TAFE Institute regions. The numbers below correspond to the map on page 4.Metropolitan Area Country Institute Group1 Sydney 5 North Coast 7 Illawarra GriffithEnmore Ballina Bega Lake CargelligoPetersham Casino Cooma LeetonRandwick Coffs Harbour Education Centre Dapto NarranderaSt George (Kogarah) Coffs Harbour Goulburn National Environment CentreGymea Grafton Moruya Primary Industries CentreSutherland/Loftus Great Lakes Moss Vale TemoraUltimo* Kempsey Nowra Tumut Kingscliff* Queanbeyan Wagga Wagga2 Northern Sydney Lismore Shellharbour West WyalongCrows Nest* Macksville Ulladulla YoungHornsby Maclean Wollongong*Meadowbank Murwillumbah Wollongong West 10 WesternNorth Sydney Port Macquarie* Yallah BathurstNorthern Beaches Taree Yass BourkeRyde Trenayr Brewarrina Wauchope 8 New England Broken Hill3 South Western Sydney Wollongbar Armidale CobarBankstown Boggabilla CondobolinCampbelltown 6 Hunter Coonabarabran CoonambleGranville Belmont Glen Innes CowraLidcombe Cessnock Gunnedah DubboLiverpool* Glendale Inverell DunedooMacquarie Fields Gosford Moree ForbesMiller Hamilton Narrabri GilgandraPadstow Hunter Street Quirindi GrenfellWetherill Park Kurri Kurri Tamworth Lightning Ridge Maitland Tenterfield Lithgow4 Western Sydney Muswellbrook MenindeeBaulkham Hills Newcastle* 9 Riverina MudgeeBlacktown Ourimbah Albury NynganBlue Mountains Scone Coomealla OrangeMount Druitt Singleton Cootamundra ParkesNepean (Kingswood and Penrith) Tomaree Corowa WalgettNirimba Wyong Deniliquin WarrenRichmond Finley Wellington Wilcannia*TAFE NSW English language centrewww.studyintafe.edu.au Visit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information 5
  • SYDNEY AND NSW TRANSPORT NETWORKSNew South Wales is well-serviced by public transport. Sydney International Airport is the main gateway to New South Wales.From the airport you can connect to a wide network of domestic airports located at major coastal and inland cities, or catch theSydney AirportLink train into Central Railway to connect with metropolitan and CountryLink train and bus services.Air-conditioned CityRail and Sydney bus services operate regularly thoughout the day. CountryLink trains and air-conditioned buscoaches also provide regular transport across New South Wales.Students can choose to travel by train and bus to their TAFE College. The CityRail map on page 7 shows metropolitan trains.Free timetables are available from train and bus stations and ferry terminals, or on the NSW Transport websitewww.131500.com.au.At your orientation session you will receive detailed transport information for your local area. www.countrylink.info www.131500.com.au www.cityrail.info
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  • NORTHERN SYDNEYINSTITUTE Northern Sydney InstituteNorthern Sydney Institute’s (NSI) colleges are located inthe picturesque and safe northern suburbs of Sydney.The colleges are all within easy reach of Sydney’s centralcity area and located close to public transport and majorshopping centres as well as restaurants, cafes and beaches. SydneyThe Institute has international students from 65 differentcountries. NSI offers over 100 courses for internationalstudents, from Certificate to Advanced Diplomaqualifications with many programs offering pathwayopportunities to university. Students can enrol in a degree,with up to two years’ credit. Specialist FacilitiesOur dedicated staff assist international students throughouttheir stay looking after all your needs to ensure your » Ryde College: The Centre of Excellence in Hospitality; Theexperience is enjoyable. Tutorial support is one of many free Sydney Wine Academy; The Sydney Coffee Academyservices provided to help international students succeed, » Meadowbank College: The Sydney Academy of Hair,together with employment support via Careers Connect. Beauty and Make-up » North Sydney College: Film and Television training studiosNorthern Sydney Institute campuses have modern trainingfacilities with cafés, recreational areas, libraries, computer » Training Restaurants: Fusion Restaurant, Solomon’slabs and regular Student Association activities. Terrace, The Ambassador, The Gum Tree and The Pittwater RestaurantThe Institute operates its own TAFE English Language » State-of-the-art information technology labs, specialistsCentre (TELC) located at Crows Nest College, offering in networking: CISCO Certification, programming, gamesIELTS Preparation Programs, English for Academic development, animation and digital media.Purposes, General to Advanced English (with direct entry toTAFE Certificate and Diploma courses). Student AchievementsScholarships Thi Ngoc Huong Nguyen - International Student of the Year An international student from Vietnam, Huong completed herRyde College is the International Centre of Excellence in Certificate 3 and Certificate 4 in Commercial Cookery at RydeHospitality and Tourism Education and offers scholarships College.to international students who would like the opportunity tostudy Hospitality, Tourism or Events in Australia. Huong participated in the 2006 WorldSkills competition and received a merit award as the Best International Student inNSI Course Areas Include: Commercial Cookery in 2008. She has a clear career focus» Accounting » International business and intends to continue her studies at TAFE in baking and» Architectural technology » Interpreting – pastry. Her dream is to own her own restaurant where she» Business Japanese and Mandarin can source the best local organic ingredients and help train » Information technology apprentice chefs of the future.» Child studies» Commercial cookery » Marketing College Association» English » Massage therapy The Association organises social, cultural and sporting» Events management » Media & communications activities that provide opportunities for students to gain » Music studies new experiences and make new friends. Membership of» Film and television the College Association is free to international students and» Fine arts » Patisserie brings benefits like shopping discounts, cinema concessions» Games development » Real estate and concession rates for tours and holidays.» Graphic design » Sport and recreation International Student and Alumni Website» Hairdressing & beauty » Tourism Northern Sydney Institute has an International Students and» Horticulture » Welfare Alumni website where students can access news, events,» Hospitality jobs and keep in touch with their international student friends.
  • TELC TAFE English Language Centre Crows Nest College Level 2, 149 West Street Crows Nest NSW 2065 Australia Tel: + 61 2 9448 4550 Fax: + 61 2 9448 4477 Email: telc@tafensw.edu.au Web: www.nsi.tafensw.edu.au/telc International Student Services Level 2, 149 West Street Crows Nest NSW 2065 Australia Tel: +61 2 9448 4499 Fax: +61 2 9448 4498 Email: issnsit@tafensw.edu.au Web: www.nsi.tafensw.edu.au/internationalVisit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information 9
  • SYDNEYINSTITUTESydney Institute is one of Australia’s largest, oldest andmost respected government providers of vocational education Sydneyand training. Our teachers are all experts in their fields withmany years of experience in industry and the classroom.The Institute has seven colleges located in and around Sydneythe city centre, close to many of Sydney’s famous tourist Instituteattractions — the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the OperaHouse, Chinatown and Bondi Beach. Randwick CollegeSydney Institute is a great place to study with more than Located between the city and Bondi Beach, not far from the2,000 international students from over 65 countries University of New South Wales, Randwick College is the onlyenrolling each year. However, the vast majority of our centre for Dental Technology in the state. It also has excellentstudents are Australian: around 95% of our students are courses in Fitness, Business, Children’s Services and Screenlocal so international students have lots of opportunities to and Media.make Australian friends. We offer: Petersham College» Colleges in the centre of Sydney and surrounding suburbs Petersham College is in the inner west of Sydney, not far» Over 100 courses for international students, from six from the city centre and close to the University of Sydney. months to three years duration Petersham has excellent IT courses and is a CISCO» The largest English Language Centre in TAFE NSW (SITEC) Networking Academy. It is also a centre for Interpreting, Business and Accounting courses among others.» Small class sizes» Award-winning teachers with years of industry and St George College business experience Located in the pleasant southern suburbs of Sydney, close» Modern training facilities such as design studios, to shops, restaurants and the international airport, St George simulated travel agencies and offices has excellent Business, Building, Tourism, Graphic Design» Excellent services and facilities including libraries, cafés, and Community Welfare courses. child care, computer labs Design Centre Enmore» Campuses close to public transport This is one of Australia’s leading design institutions.» A free job service to help students find work while they Teachers, students and graduates regularly win national and study and after graduation. international prizes and are employed at some of Australia’s most successful design companies and organisations. It isSydney Institute Colleges close to the city centre and walking distance from some ofUltimo College Sydney’s liveliest areas. The Design Centre Enmore offers a wide range of courses including Product Design, JewelleryOne of the most popular colleges for international students Design, Interior Design, Graphic Design and Design for Livein New South Wales, Ultimo is located in the centre of Production.Sydney, close to public transport, shopping, sight-seeingand part-time job opportunities. Ultimo College is next TONI&GUY Sydney International School of Hairdressingto the University of Technology (UTS) and within walking (Paddington)distance from the University of Sydney. A unique training environment where cutting-edge TONI&GUYUltimo College offers a wide range of courses to styles and approaches are taught. Paddington is one of theinternational students including Accounting, Business, most fashionable parts of Sydney, and is very close to theMarketing, Hospitality, Tourism, Engineering, Building city centre.Studies, Architectural Technology and Surveying. Ultimo Sutherland Collegealso offers one of the best Fashion Design coursesin Australia and our graduates include internationally- Sutherland College has two campuses – Loftus and Gymea.renowned fashion designers such as Akira Isogawa. These are in a beautiful area of Sydney in the southern part of the city, close to a national park and wonderful beaches.Ultimo has the largest English Language Centre in TAFE It is very easy to reach the centre of Sydney as train andNSW, SITEC. SITEC English courses give students direct bus services are close by. Sutherland College has fantasticentry to TAFE NSW. courses in Sport and Fitness, Hospitality, and Children’s Services.
  • Student Profile “I like the attraction of an overseas experience and the most important reason why I chose Australia was the climate and relaxing atmosphere. Australians are very friendly. I had already studied travel and tourism and wanted to continue in that area so I chose Events Management at Sydney Institute. After my course I would love to stay longer in Australia.” Fabien Joly France Diploma of Events Management International Students Unit Building H, Mary Ann Street Ultimo NSW 2007 Australia Tel: +61 2 9217 4288 Fax: +61 2 9217 4048 Email: si.internationalstudents@tafensw.edu.au Web: www.sit.nsw.edu.au/internationalVisit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information 11
  • SOUTH WESTERNSYDNEY INSTITUTESouth Western Sydney Institute has received national andstate awards for excellence in education and training.The Institute has nine colleges and Industry Centres ofExcellence for Transport, Telecommunications, Engineering,Hospitality, Hairdressing, Building and Construction. SydneyThe Institute offers over 150 courses to international South Western Sydney Institutestudents across a broad range of industry areas andgraduates of South Western Sydney Institute have a highsuccess rate in gaining admission to higher education andemployment. AwardsLiving in South Western Sydney » 2007 TAFE NSW Quality AwardThe Institute is located in one of Sydney’s most vibrant » 2007 International Hairdressing Society – TAFE NSWand culturally diverse areas. South Western Sydney is the Challengefastest growing area in Australia and offers students an » 2009 TAFE NSW State Medals – thirteen awards foraffordable lifestyle for study, work and recreation, with many highest achieving studentsaccommodation options. » 2010 National WorldSkills Competition – awarded five gold and three silver medalsThere are many mosques, temples, churches andmeditation centres which cater for all the religious and Student Support Servicesspiritual needs of international students. » Orientation programs for new studentsColleges are located within easy travelling distance of the » Continuous support services from International Studentssix University of Western Sydney (UWS) campuses, close to Coordinatorpublic transport and well-connected by buses and trains. Anumber of TAFE NSW Diploma-to-Degree courses lead to » Academic counsellinguniversity degree programs at UWS. » Assistance with student accommodation » Student amenities such as libraries, computing rooms,ELICOS sporting and recreational facilitiesTAFE International Education Centre (ELICOS) » Individual Learning CentresThe English Language Centre is fully-owned by the NSWGovernment and is accredited by the National English Specialist CoursesLanguage Teaching Accreditation Scheme (NEAS). Centrally » Bankstown College: a major centre for Business,located with state-of-the-art facilities for students, the Children’s Services, Hairdressing, Accounting, Tourism andCentre offers all English levels from beginners to advanced Events Management, Banking and Administration Servicesand IELTS preparation programs. » Campbelltown College: Ceramics, Fine Arts, Graphic Design, Hospitality and Tourism, Welfare and Children’sSpecialist facilities Services» Bankstown College: modern training facilities for » Granville College: Architectural Technology, Building and Hairdressing and Children’s Services with a working Construction, Engineering, Applied Sciences specialising Child Care Centre in Biological and Environmental Testing, Chemical» Lidcombe College: Technology, Electrotechnology, Mechanical Technology, - Telecommunications at the SingTel Optus Partnership Information Technology, Business, Logistics, Hairdressing, Technology Education Centre and Community Welfare - CISCO Regional Academy supporting the Adaptive » Lidcombe College: modern training facilities for Technology Centre Telecommunications, Design, Interior Design, Graphic Design, Product Design and Development and Information - The Product Design Centre Technology» Campbelltown, Padstow and Wetherill Park Colleges: » Padstow College: Information Technology, Hospitality and fully-equipped training restaurants and commercial Horticulture kitchens which cater for corporate functions and the general public » Wetherill Park College: Aged Care, Information Technology and Hospitality
  • International Business Unit Ground floor, 140 Bigge Sreet Liverpool NSW 2170 Australia Tel: +61 2 9827-8555 Fax: +61 2 9827-8422 Email: swsi.international@tafensw.edu.au Web: www.swsi.tafensw.edu.au/internationalVisit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information 13
  • WESTERN SYDNEYINSTITUTE Western Sydney Institute SydneyWestern Sydney Institute, the winner of the 2009 NSWLarge Training Provider of the Year Award, is a dynamicInstitute with 76,000 students including internationalstudents from more than 30 countries. International Student Accommodation in Western SydneyThe western Sydney region is culturally and linguistically diverse Western Sydney Institute students can study and live in thewith many different communities established in the area. one location if they stay at the University of Western SydneyThe Institute has campuses in 10 locations covering a Residential Colleges in Penrith, Hawkesbury or Nirimba.geographic area extending from Parramatta to the World Bookings are made directly with the university. For moreHeritage Blue Mountains. It provides vocational education, information see:training and workforce development services to industry www.uws.edu.au/international/accommodationand enterprises, individuals and the community. Students can also access student accommodation at UWSThree of the colleges in Western Sydney Institute share Village Parramatta which offers independent apartment livingcampuses with the University of Western Sydney making it close to Parramatta station. Visit www.uwsvillage.com.au foran attractive location for those seeking Diploma-to-Degree more information.university pathways. For students wanting to find their own rental accommodation, there is affordable rental housing in the area, cheaper than inInstitute Achievements and Highlights other parts of Sydney.The success of Western Sydney Institute has beendemonstrated through its vast array of industry, student Work Experience and Employmentand staff awards. Our teachers have excellent industry links with government In 2009 Western Sydney Institute collected four of the top and non-government enterprises and businesses in westernState training awards including the prestigious NSW Large Sydney. International students can be assured of quality workTraining Provider of the Year Award, and the NSW Aboriginal experience when it is part of their TAFE program. Our onlineand Torres Strait Islander Student of the Year, NSW Vocational Job Placement service can assist students to find work whileStudent of the Year and Student Trainee of the Year. they study.Six outstanding international students graduated with Specialist Facilities and CoursesDistinctions from Western Sydney Institute in 2010: Blue Mountains College» Harpreet Kaur (India) Diploma of Hospitality which Wentworth Falls and Katoomba Campuses included Commercial Cookery Certificate 3 Outdoor Recreation, Remedial Massage and Aromatherapy» Lee Alvarado Espinoza (Peru) Diploma of Digital Media are among the more unusual courses on offer, along with» Ma Lillie Ann Saroca (Philippines) Diploma of Information Hospitality and Tourism. Technology Networking Blacktown College» Yanling Chen (China) Diploma of Hospitality which Accounting, Management, Marketing, Business and included Commercial Cookery Certificate 3 Information Technology Networking are popular courses at» Udani Shashipraba Sudasinghe Dona (Sri Lanka) Blacktown College. The college is also a CISCO Systems Diploma of Information Technology Software Networking Academy and delivers CISCO Multimedia Development Instruction. Successful students may also take the» Ty Trinh (Vietnam) Diploma of Information Technology internationally-recognised CISCO Certified Networking Software Development Associate (CCNA) examination.
  • Mount Druitt College Electronics, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering courses are on offer along with Information Technology Multimedia, Games Development and Software Development, Hairdressing and Beauty Services. Nepean College Kingswood and Penrith Campuses Child Studies, Aged Care (nursing assistant), Accounting, Business, Information Technology, Photography, Fine Arts and Design courses are among the broad mix offered. The Nepean Arts and Design Centre has modern, light, airy studios and computer laboratories. The Trapezium Gallery is a venue for Fine Arts and Graphic Design students to exhibit artworks. Nirimba College Child Studies, Building Studies including Bricklaying, Civil Construction Design, Community Services and Contemporary Music and Music Theatre and Screen are delivered at this college. Richmond College Veterinary Nursing, Animal Studies, Equine, Agriculture and Horticulture are among the specialist courses available at this semi-rural college. The Hills College Baulkham Hills and Castle Hill Campuses Accounting, Business and award-winning Hospitality and Tourism courses, among others, are offered here. International Student Manager 117 Henry Street Penrith NSW 2750 Australia Tel: +61 2 4724 8291 Fax: +61 2 4724 8289 Email: wsi.international@tafensw.edu.au Web: www.wsi.tafensw.edu.au/internationalVisit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information 15
  • HUNTERINSTITUTE Hunter InstituteHunter Institute is located in the Hunter Valley area ofNew South Wales.The Institute has 15 colleges with 2,500 qualified teachersand support staff and an annual enrolment of over 58,000local and international students. » Tutorial support is available for all international students. » Bookshop at Ourimbah and Newcastle CollegesThe main campus in Newcastle is two hours north ofSydney by car or train and the Central Coast campuses of International Student AchievementsGosford and Ourimbah (a joint campus with the renownedUniversity of Newcastle) are just one hour from the centre of » Cosmin Dan (Romania), received the highest marks in NewSydney. Located at Kurri Kurri campus is the Hunter Valley South Wales for Electrical Engineering.Hotel Academy, which boasts a vineyard and winery in one » Mei-Ching Lui (China), a graduate of the Diploma ofof Australias premier wine regions. Laboratory Technology (Pathology Testing), is now working in a Medical Research Laboratory in Victoria and hasThe Hunter region is an educational centre with a range applied for permanent residency.of schools, colleges and the University of Newcastle. » Mary Ann Rolph (United Kingdom), a graduate in theThe Institute has special articulation arrangements with a Diploma of Hairdressing, is now working at Kathrynnumber of universities, including the University of Newcastle. Stewart Hair Salon in Newcastle and is applying for permanent residency.Living in the Hunter Area » Hiroshi Kitamura (Japan), a graduate in the DiplomaNewcastle is a lively city with an active port, situated on a of Environmental Monitoring and Technology, is nowbreathtaking stretch of coastline. It has wonderful beaches, conducting environmental audits for a private developmenta casual lifestyle and a safe environment in which to study. company in Japan.The Hunter Valley area is a world-famous wine growing district » Matthew Vos (Canada) completed the Diploma ofand a popular tourist destination with many five-star resorts, Hospitality Management and has been working at Bistrohotels, bed-and-breakfast cottages and excellent restaurants. Moncur Restaurant in Sydney.Each semester, Hunter Institute offers a free course to » Louise Smit (South Africa), Simonie Gillett (USA), Alexnew international students called Responsible Service Woods (UK) and Solveig Schuteze are all working inof Alcohol. This qualification provides students with a Australia, USA and Europe in the wine industry.qualification and the skills to apply for part-time work in theregion’s restaurants, cafés and hotels. Specialist Courses » English Language Centre (ELICOS) at Newcastle College:Specialist Facilities offers a range of English courses for direct entry to TAFE» Glendale College: Modern child care teaching facilities programs and universities and intensive English and Cambridge CAE, FCE and CPE full-time and part-time» Newcastle College: Industrial product design facilities examination programs D2D program with the University of Newcastle » Newcastle College: Business management including» Ourimbah and Hamilton Colleges: Training restaurants International Business and Human Resource Management,» Hunter Street Art College (Newcastle): Award-winning Music Production, Fine Arts, Communication and Media, Art Gallery Industrial Product Design, Architectural Technology, Marine» Kurri Kurri College: Winery and vineyard and Hunter Engineering, Community Welfare, Engineering, Information Valley Hotel Academy Technology, Accounting » Gosford College: Mechanical Engineering, Business andStudent Support Services Accounting» Job placement service (Career Connect) » Ourimbah College: Children’s Services, Community» Pastoral care Welfare, Hospitality, Information Technology» Accommodation assistance and homestay placement » Glendale College: Children’s Services, Aged Care» Campus accommodation at Ourimbah and Kurri Kurri. » Hamilton College: Hospitality, Baking and Patisserie At Newcastle campus private student accommodation is » Kurri Kurri College: Wine Production, Viticulture, located across the road from the campus. Hospitality and Tourism
  • International Students Locked Bag 45 Hunter Regional Mail Centre NSW 2310 Australia Tel: +61 2 4923 7839 Fax: +61 2 4923 7781 Email: hunter.international@tafensw.edu.au Web: www.hunter.tafensw.edu.auVisit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information 17
  • ILLAWARRAINSTITUTE Illawarra InstituteIllawarra Institute is located 82 kilometres south of Sydney, Queanbeyana short one hour train ride or a leisurely drive throughthe Royal National Park and along parts of Australia’s Queanbeyan is an inland city which borders the nation’sspectacular coastline. capital, Canberra. It is located around 10 kilometres from Canberra’s city centre and has a range of social andLocation recreational facilities to complement your study lifestyle. Courses include Business Services, Community Services,Illawarra Institute has 14 colleges spanning a geographic Rural Studies and Information Technology.area of 1,400 kilometres. The Wollongong campus is thelargest, with additional campuses in Bega, Cooma, Dapto, CoomaGoulburn, Moruya, Moss Vale, Nowra, Queanbeyan,Shellharbour, Ulladulla, Wollongong West, Yallah and Yass. Cooma, approximately 400 kilometres from Sydney, is known as the “Gateway to the Snowy Mountains”. It plays a pivotalThis diverse range of settings includes a city, coastal role in the delivery of the innovative Snow to Surf – Cookerytowns, country areas, snow fields and rural surroundings. and Hospitality program. Other programs include BusinessThe Institute specialises in a variety of courses including Services, Engineering, Information Technology, Fine Arts,Nursing, Veterinary Nursing, Cookery and Hospitality, Rural Agriculture and Tourism and Hospitality.Studies, Engineering and Civil Construction. NowraWollongong Nowra is located on the pristine Shoalhaven River, nearWollongong, affectionately referred to as “The Gong”, is the the tourist areas of Berry, Jervis Bay, Kangaroo Valleythird largest city in New South Wales and the 10th largest in and Shoalhaven Heads. It is the Institute’s second largestAustralia. It is the perfect place to study, work and live. campus and includes a large Tourism and Hospitality training facility. It provides training in the Snow to Surf – CookeryCalled the City of Innovation, it is a vibrant city boasting a and Hospitality program. Courses are also available inworking port that provides the focus for the area’s transport Manufacturing and Human Services.and logistics industry. It has a growing tourism andhospitality industry, an expanding construction industry and Begaimportant business services and information technologysectors. Illawarra Institute provides training for all these Bega is the economic centre for the Bega Valley in theindustry groups. south-east of New South Wales. It plays an important role in the dairy, food and beverage industry as a centre of foodWollongong is an educational hub, with Illawarra Institute production, sustainable agriculture and efficient supply chainand the University of Wollongong providing a full range processes. Illawarra Institute is the training provider of choiceof qualifications from Certificate and Diploma through to for Bega Cheese, a major employer in the region.Advanced Diplomas that may articulate to a universitydegree. Our Wollongong campus has open spaces, a English Language Intensive Courses for Overseasgarden setting and world-class training and learning facilities. Students (ELICOS) The ELICOS centre located in Wollongong is open 50 weeksGoulburn of the year and provides Beginner and Elementary courses inGoulburn was Australia’s first inland rural city and has a listening, speaking, reading and writing English.wealth of history, having played an important part in thedevelopment of Australia’s wool industry. Courses available Upper Intermediate courses include the development ofinclude Engineering trades, Rural and Natural Resources high-level study skills and advanced general English. Studentsand Transport. Residential facilities are available for up to 38 who successfully complete this course are eligible for directstudents making the campus a great option for Study Tours. entry into TAFE NSW courses, if they meet all other entry requirements.Shellharbour The ELICOS centre also provides Advanced English for AcademicShellharbour is a southern beachside suburb of Wollongong Studies and helps students develop skills in essay writing, lecturewhich is undergoing continued expansion. Courses are note-taking, seminar presentations, computing and research.available in a range of areas including Health, Community Some universities accept a pass in this course as satisfying theServices, Public Administration and trades. English Language Proficiency entrance requirements.
  • International Business Unit PO Box 1223, Foleys Lane Wollongong NSW 2500 Australia Tel: +61 2 4229 0585 Fax: +61 2 4229 0164 Email: inter.illawarra@det.nsw.edu.au Web: www.illawarra.tafensw.edu.auVisit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information 19
  • NEW ENGLANDINSTITUTE New England InstituteNew England Institute’s philosophy is to encouragestudents to try new things and to work hard to realise theirfull potential. Our experienced and dedicated teachers takea practical approach to learning and students can choosefrom a variety of courses as they study in a friendly learning Specialist Facilitiesenvironment with modern training facilities. » Armidale College: Purpose-built training facilities for Massage Therapy and Children’s ServicesLiving in New England » Tamworth College: Commercial kitchensThe New England area offers students a safe, secure, » Tamworth College: Access to training facilities at thehealthy lifestyle amongst friendly locals. The region boasts a Australian Livestock and Equine Centrelow cost of living and the opportunity to study in a peacefulcountry environment. Specialist CoursesThere is easy access to surrounding national parks » Armidale College: Agriculture, Children’s Services,including spectacular World Heritage areas. A pleasant Remedial Massage, Film and Television, Businessclimate with warm-to-hot summers and cooler winters » Tamworth College: Business, Animal Care, Informationmakes New England the ideal setting to study and enjoy Technology, Hospitality, Community Services Work,leisure and cultural activities to suit all interests. Horticulture, Aged CareAwards Student ProfilesOur students achieved NSW State Medals (the highest “My name is Mpilo Hove. I came to Australia to study Agedmark in the state) in the following courses: Care Work at New England Institute, Tamworth College. I had a wonderful time at TAFE and I will miss the friendly» Diploma of Community Welfare staff. They looked after me and were a source of guidance,» Certificate 4 in Veterinary Nursing hope and encouragement.”» Advanced Diploma of Electrical Engineering Mpilo Hove» Certificate 4 in Building Studies Zimbabwe» Certificate 4 in Beauty Therapy Mpilo completed the Certificate 3 in Aged Care Work. He hopes» Certificate 4 in Automotive Mechanical Technology to study the Diploma of Nursing and articulate to a Bachelor of (Heavy Vehicle Road Transport) Nursing degree.
  • International Students Manager Janison Street Tamworth 2340 Australia Tel: +61 2 6768 2202 Fax: +61 2 6768 2019 Email: neiinternationalinfo@tafensw.edu.au Web: www.newengland.tafensw.edu.auVisit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information 21
  • NORTH COASTINSTITUTE North Coast InstituteNorth Coast Institute has a reputation as a premier Qualifications range from Certificate level through toeducation facility and has won many accolades at the State Advanced Diploma and Graduate Diploma. We offer a rangeand National Training Awards. It is the largest and most of services designed to make the transition to university ascomprehensive vocational trainer in northern NSW, with smooth as possible.around 40,000 students enrolling each year. North Coast Institute campuses are located within theLocated one hour north of Sydney by air, the North Coast postcodes nominated by the Australian Department ofregion extends from Forster in the south to Byron Bay Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) as being “regional areas”and Kingscliff in the north, and is just 30 minutes from the for the purpose of skilled migration. For further informationtourist haven of Queensland’s Gold Coast. visit: www.immi.gov.au/skilled/general-skilled-migrationNorth Coast Institute is recognised as a flexible and Wide Range of Courses Taught by Industry Expertsinnovative training provider which designs and delivers We offer more than 80 different courses across a wide rangea range of education and training programs for the of study disciplines providing you with a competitive edgeinternational student market. in the workforce, whether you decide to pursue a career inOur approach assists students to realise their education, Australia or overseas. We employ our teachers from industry,career and life goals. Our alliance with other educational so you will gain up-to-date knowledge as well as practicalinstitutions provides a clear pathway into both skills. There are also part-time or full-time English languageundergraduate and postgraduate programs in Australia. courses available at the NEAS-accredited North Coast Institute English Language Centres in Port Macquarie and Kingscliff.Life on the North Coast Personal Service and Modern FacilitiesAs an international student at North Coast Institute, lifeisn’t just about study. You will also have the opportunity to During your first week of study you will receive an orientationexperience a new culture and environment and to make to help you become familiar with the staff, facilities andmany new friends. services of your college. We will contact you with more details when you receive your course offer letter.Our region features modern regional cities and towns,bustling resort complexes and peaceful seaside villages set Most of our colleges are equipped with:amongst glorious tropical rainforests, beaches and scenic » Modern classrooms and equipmentrural settings. » Specialist training centresStudents and visitors to this part of the world enjoy our » Tutorial support for students experiencing difficulties in English,temperate to sub-tropical climate which provides the mathematics or skill acquisition specific to your courseperfect native habitat for some of Australia’s best-known » Student cafeterias/common areasanimals, the koala and kangaroo. Dolphins and whales are » Bookshop and modern library facilitiesalso a regular sight along our coastline. » Computer and internet access including copying, printingAccredited international qualifications with and scanning facilitiesuniversity degree pathways » Study areasOur qualifications are highly regarded internationally and » Special services for international students such asa large number of North Coast Institute courses give accommodation assistance (e.g. a homestay program withyou advanced standing towards a university degree. an Australian family), pastoral care, assistance finding part- time work and career information and advice.
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  • RIVERINAINSTITUTE Riverina InstituteRiverina Institute offers a high-quality alternative to studyingin metropolitan centres. Our students can enrol in the samecourses as metropolitan students but leave behind thetraffic, noise, crowded streets and the hours spent commuting.Riverina Institutes 18 colleges provide education to theirlocal communities and cover a geographic area of 125,000square kilometres. International students can enrol at five Our qualifications carry a Government quality guarantee andcampuses: Wagga Wagga, Albury, Griffith, The Primary our courses are directly relevant to the needs of the globalIndustries Centre and the National Environment Centre. workforce so you can be sure that your qualifications and skills will be competitive both in Australia and overseas.The Riverina region, centrally located in relation toCanberra, Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide, is widely Our graduates benefit from established partnerships with localknown as ‘the food bowl of the nation’. The economy and other Australian universities which provide pathways intois broad-based and includes agriculture, horticulture, undergraduate degrees. At Griffith, Albury and Wagga Waggamanufacturing and food processing, softwood forestry and campuses we have established university Studies Centreslogging, wood and paper product processing, transport where undergraduate degree courses offered at Charles Sturtand logistics, viticulture and winemaking. There are also University (CSU) are taught by CSU and TAFE staff.service industries like tourism, education, research anddevelopment, and government agencies. Our students study in award-winning specialist facilities:The agricultural products grown and made in the area areconsumed across Australia and the world. The region is » Wagga Wagga: The Primary Industries Centre whichAustralia’s largest wine producer, 50% of which is exported. operates a 200 hectare farm to teach agriculture andIn a typical year the Riverina’s horticultural and agricultural horticultureproduct is worth in excess of A$1 billion. » The National Environment Centre: A unique educational facility set on a 182 hectare accredited organic farmRiverina cities are prosperous and growing and attract new teaching Organic Production Agriculture and Permacultureresidents from Australia and around the world. Our students » Albury and Wagga Wagga: are specialist Informationlive in a culturally and linguistically diverse environment Technology Training Centres including CISCO Academyamongst friendly country people - studying with us will be trainingan exciting cultural experience. » Griffith: The purpose-built Health and Community ServicesOur students study in small classes where the majority of building specialises in Children’s Services, Nursing andstudents are Australian-born so your English will improve Aged Care Workevery day. This is very important for students hoping to live » Wagga Wagga: Award-winning “On Course” Trainingand work in Australia after they graduate. The cost of living Restaurantis also lower in country areas and finding accommodationand part-time work is not difficult. Riverina’s cities and towns have all the modern facilities of large metropolitan cities including great shopping, restaurants,We offer courses in Children’s Services, Community cafes, theatres, cinemas, sports facilities, public transport,Services Work, Enrolled/Division Two Nursing, Aged medical centres and hospitals, schools and universities.Care Work, Beauty Services, Business and Accounting,Hospitality Management, Commercial Cookery, Tourism We provide assistance with Homestay and temporaryand Event Management, Information Technology, Agriculture, accommodation and can pick up students from local airportsOrganic Agriculture, Horticulture and Permaculture. if requested.
  • International Student Programs PO Box 1000, Neville Place Griffith NSW 2680 Australia Tel: +61 2 6962 0445 Fax: +61 2 6962 0411 Email: elaine.mcbride@tafensw.edu.au Web: www.rit.tafensw.edu.auVisit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information 25
  • WESTERN WesternINSTITUTE InstituteWestern Institute provides a relaxed learningenvironment in country NSW.Western Institute has been recognised with a TrainingExcellence ~ Gold Award against the Australian QualityTraining Framework Excellence Criteria. This confirms theInstitute as one of Australia’s highest-performing trainingorganisations.Students at any one of our 24 colleges can enjoy a relaxedcountry environment, modern training facilities, extensive Living in Western New South Walescommunications networks and highly-qualified teachers. International students will discover a lower cost of living in aThere is support for students with disabilities as well as a safe, clean and friendly environment without compromising onpersonal and careers counselling service, and extensive services or learning facilities.library services. The larger centres of Bathurst, Dubbo and Orange haveWestern Institute has strong industry and community populations of around 40,000 with many of the benefits oflinks to ensure training is up-to-date and meets national city life. Smaller towns offer a variety of locations and somestandards. The region supports the following industries: different industries but above all friendly and welcoming communities.» Administration» Agriculture and Animal Care Student Profile» Fine Arts Theodore (Teddy) Cunningham was an international student» Building and Construction from Mexico who chose to study Outdoor Recreation at» Children’s Services Western Institute’s Lithgow College after extensive research» Electrotechnology into possible study destinations in USA, Canada, New Zealand and Great Britain.» Finance» Health (Nursing and Aged Care) Teddy’s goal is to establish his own outdoor adventure» Horticulture and Viticulture program for young people in Mexico, the first of its kind.» Hospitality While studying at Lithgow, Teddy worked with Australia’s» Manufacturing leading outdoor education company and also worked as» Mining a raft guide at Penrith White Water Stadium on weekends. He was also able to obtain a number of other qualifications» Natural Resource Management related to his passion for outdoor recreation and adventure.» Sport and Recreation» Tourism After successfully completing the Certificate 4 in Outdoor Recreation at Lithgow, Teddy was nominated by his teachers» Transport for an Outstanding Graduating Student Award. He has since» Community Welfare continued his studies in the Diploma of Outdoor Recreation.
  • International Students Tel: +61 2 6393 5915 Fax: +61 2 6393 5969 Email: courseinfo.western@tafensw.edu.au Web: www.wit.tafensw.edu.auVisit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information 27
  • TAFE NSW ENGLISH LANGUAGE CENTRESEnglish Language Courses » Prepares you for the IELTS testTAFE NSW offers a range of intensive English language » Most universities in NSW accept the EAP course, forcourses at seven government-owned and operated English further information vist:learning centres in NSW. These courses are designed to www.uac.edu.au/documents/undergraduate/elp.pdfimprove your English, prepare you for your TAFE or universitystudies and develop your English skills for future employment Special short-course programsin an English-speaking environment. For professionals and study tour groups, English language programs can be customised in a wide range of vocationalTAFE NSW Institutes offer you flexible start times, a choice of areas, for example:locations and affordable fees with guaranteed quality tuition.All teachers are highly qualified, experienced and ready to help » English Language Skills for the Health Care Professionyou achieve your English language learning goals. » English for Business and FinanceNew students can start on any Monday, although at some » TESOL methodologycentres sessions start every five weeks. Tuition fees range » Occupational English Test (OET) Preparationfrom A$300 per week. » General English plus activitiesFor entry to most of the TAFE NSW courses you must have » Cambridge Examination Preparation Coursesone of the following: (maximum 12 weeks full or part-time)» Certificate 3 in English for Further Study Cambridge Examination Courses – Hunter Institute» Advanced level in our General English program (Newcastle only)» IELTS 5.5 (academic) or TOEFL internet based test (iBT) 71 or » Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE) equivalent. A small number of courses require a higher level of » Certificate of Advanced English (CAE) (CRICOS 054215E) English – please check your course information carefully. » First Certificate in English (FCE) (CRICOS 054214F)You only need one visa if you apply for English plus a TAFE » Business English Certificate (BEC) Preliminary and VantageNSW course. The fee for the English language component of » TOEIC (Test of English for International Communication)this package is A$300 - $320 per week. Preparation is offered as part of the 10-week BEC courseGeneral English Program (CRICOS 049258C) TAFE NSW English language entry requirements» Focuses on developing all four language skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing from beginner to advanced level » TAFE NSW Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or» Improves your vocabulary – learn real, modern English » IELTS Academic module overall band score 5.5 for most courses or» Improves your grammar in a fun, communicative setting » TOEFL CBT score 197 or iBT score of 51 orCertificate 3 in English for Further Study » STEP / EIKEN Grade Pre 1 or(CRICOS 049258C) » Medium of instruction at school in English and satisfactory grades in English in final examinations» Prepares intermediate to upper-intermediate learners for TAFE and other vocational courses with an IELTS 5.5 or » IELTS Academic module overall band score 6.0 or equivalent 6.0 entry requirement for D2D courses» Prepares you for the IELTS test » IELTS Academic module overall band score 6.0 or equivalent or successful completion of TAFE NSW Certificate 3 in EnglishCertificate 4 in English for Academic Purposes for Further Study for Community Welfare (most campuses),(CRICOS 071168K) Dental Technology, Architectural Technology and Building courses at Sydney Institute Ultimo campus, Fine Arts and» Prepares you for university and other courses with an Design courses IELTS 6.5 entry requirement » IELTS score 6.5 for Diplomas in Interpreting and Nursing» Develops high-level academic skills: writing, listening and note taking, reading, comprehension, academic speech for oral presentations and seminar strategies and integrated study skills Each course on our website provides the specific English» Develops language skills: grammar, English for social purposes, entry requirements. In some countries only IELTS results are vocabulary, pronunciation and computer literacy in English acceptable for student visa purposes. Check www.immi.gov.au for visa details, or ask your agent, or contact any of the English language centres listed on page 29.
  • Articulation and Pathways General English English For English For Program Academic Purposes Business Purposes (Hunter Institute only) Beginner to English for Further Study Pre-intermediate and IELTS Preparation Cambridge BEC Preliminary TOEIC Preparation Pre-intermediate to Intermediate CRICOS listed EAP/IELTS TAFE courses/ Preparation Cambridge BEC foundation studies Vantage TOEIC Preparation Upper - Intermediate University study/ degree courses Advanced University study foundation and degree courses “A YEAR AGO I DIDN’T KNOW A WORD OF ENGLISH AND NOW I AM VERY CONFIDENT WITH ENGLISH.” Gloria - ItalyCONTACT DETAILSTAFE NSW English Language Centres in Sydney TAFE NSW English Language Centres outside SydneySydney Institute English Centre (SITEC) - Ultimo North Coast Institute English Language Centres -Tel: + 61 2 9217 4818 Port Macquarie and KingscliffEmail: sit.englishcentre@tafensw.edu.au Tel: +61 2 6588 2139Website: www.sit.nsw.edu.au/elc Email: ncienglish@tafensw.edu.au Website: www.nci.tafensw.edu.au/internationalTAFE English Language Centre (TELC) - Crows NestTel: + 61 2 9448 4517 NSW English Language Centre TAFE Hunter Institute - NewcastleEmail: telc@tafensw.edu.au Tel: +61 2 4923 7382Website: www.nsi.tafensw.edu.au/telc Fax: +61 2 4923 7781 Email: Madeleine.Hills@tafensw.edu.auTAFE International Education Centre (TIEC) - Liverpool Website: www.hunter.tafensw.edu.au/international/elicosTel: + 61 2 9827 8457Email: swsi.tiec@tafensw.edu.au Wollongong English Language and Cultural CentreWebsite: www.swsi.tafensw.edu.au Tel: +61 2 4229 0585 Fax: +61 2 42290164 Email: inter.illawarra@det.nsw.edu.au Website: www.illawarra.tafensw.edu.au Visit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information 29
  • DIPLOMA-TO-DEGREEAt TAFE NSW Institutes you can choose a diploma-to-degree university pathway course to suit your career and lifestyle plans. TAFE Total TAFE TAFE TAFE Duration Advanced Credit Transfer UWS Degree Certificate 3 Certificate 4 Diploma (After Credit Diploma Transfer)ACCOUNTING AND BUSINESS STUDIESAccounting pathways lead to the Bachelor of Business and Commerce p.s. = per semester 19194 2739 Accounting Business and 1 year or more Commerce A$4,850 - 4 years (up to 100 credit points) A$5,030 p.s. A$9,780 p.s. 2 years 3 years 19193 2739 Accounting Business and  1 year Commerce A$4,850 - 3.5 years (up to 80 credit points) A$5,030 p.s. A$9,780 p.s. 1.5 years 3 yearsAdvertising pathways lead to the Bachelor of Business and Commerce 2739 17803 17852 17853 17854 Business and Business Advertising Advertising Advertising 1 year or more Commerce 4 years A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 (up to 100 credit points) A$9,780 p.s. 0.5 year 0.5 year 0.5 year 0.5 year 3 years 2739 17852 17853 17854 Business and Advertising Advertising Advertising 1 year or more Commerce 3.5 years A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 (up to 100 credit points) A$9,780 p.s. 0.5 year 0.5 year 0.5 year 3 years 2739 17852 17853 Business and  Advertising Advertising 1 year Commerce 3 years A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 (up to 80 credit points) A$9,780 p.s. 0.5 year 0.5 year 3 yearsBusiness pathways lead to the Bachelor of Business and Commerce 2739 17803 17804 17805 17806 Business and Business Business Business Business 1 year or more Commerce 4 years A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 (up to 100 credit points) A$9,780 p.s. 0.5 year 0.5 year 0.5 year 0.5 year 3 years 2739 17804 17805 17806 Business and Business Business Business 1 year or more Commerce 4 years A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 (up to 100 credit points) A$9,780 p.s. 0.5 year 0.5 year 0.5 year 3 years 2739 17803 17804 17805 Business and  Business Business Business 1 year Commerce 3.5 years A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 (up to 80 credit points) A$9,780 p.s. 0.5 year 0.5 year 0.5 year 3 years For D2D courses English language entry requirement IELTS Academic module overall band 6.0
  • A D2D course is more affordable than a full degree and, with our partner universities, you articulate with credit transfer andgraduate with two excellent qualifications. TAFE Total TAFE TAFE TAFE Duration Advanced Credit Transfer UWS Degree Certificate 3 Certificate 4 Diploma (After Credit Diploma Transfer) 2739 17804 17805 Business and  Business Business 1 year Commerce 3 years A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 (up to 80 credit points) 0.5 year 0.5 year A$9,780 p.s. 3 yearsManagement pathways lead to the Bachelor of Business and Commerce 17822 2739 17803 17831 17832 Frontline Business and Business Management Management 1 year or more Management Commerce 4 years A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 (up to 100 credit points) A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$9,780 p.s. 0.5 year 0.5 year 0.5 year 0.5 year 3 years 17822 2739 17831 17832 Frontline Business and Management Management 1 year or more Management Commerce 3.5 years A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 (up to 100 credit points) A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$9,780 p.s. 0.5 year 0.5 year 0.5 year 3 years 17822 2739 17803 17831 Frontline Business and  Business Management 1 year Management Commerce 3.5 years A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 (up to 80 credit points) A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$9,780 p.s. 0.5 year 0.5 year 0.5 year 3 years 17822 2739 17831 Frontline Business and  Management 1 year Management Commerce 3 years A$4,850 - A$5,030 (up to 80 credit points) A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$9,780 p.s. 0.5 year 0.5 year 3 years 17824 2739 17803 17831 17832 Small Business Business and Business Management Management 1 year or more Management Commerce 4 years A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 (up to 100 credit points) A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$9,780 p.s. 0.5 year 0.5 year 0.5 year 0.5 year 3 years 17824 2739 17831 17832 Small Business Business and Management Management 1 year or more Management Commerce 3.5 years A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 (up to 100 credit points) A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$9,780 p.s. 0.5 year 0.5 year 0.5 year 3 years 17824 2739 17803 17831 Small Business Business and  Business Management 1 year Management Commerce 3.5 years A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 (up to 80 credit points) A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$9,780 p.s. 0.5 year 0.5 year 0.5 year 3 years 17824 2739 17831 Small Business Business and  Management 1 year Management Commerce 3 years A$4,850 - A$5,030 (up to 80 credit points) A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$9,780 p.s. 0.5 year 0.5 year 3 years 2739 17803 17804 17831 17832 Business and Business Business Management Management 1 year or more Commerce 4 years A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 (up to 100 credit points) A$9,780 p.s. 0.5 year 0.5 year 0.5 year 0.5 year 3 years For D2D courses English language entry requirement IELTS Academic module overall band 6.0 Visit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information 31
  • TAFE Total TAFE TAFE TAFE Duration Advanced Credit Transfer UWS Degree Certificate 3 Certificate 4 Diploma (After Credit Diploma Transfer) 2739 17804 17831 17832 Business and Business Management Management 1 year or more Commerce 3.5 years A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 (up to 100 credit points) A$9,780 p.s. 0.5 year 0.5 year 0.5 year 3 years 2739 17803 17804 17831 Business and  Business Business Management 1 year Commerce 3.5 years A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 (up to 80 credit points) A$9,780 p.s. 0.5 year 0.5 year 0.5 year 3 years 2739 17804 17831 Business and  Business Management 1 year Commerce 3 years A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 (up to 80 credit points) A$9,780 p.s. 0.5 year 0.5 year 3 yearsHuman Resources Pathways lead to the Bachelor of Business and Commerce 17842 17843 17841 2739 17803 Human Management Human Business and Business Resources (Human 1 year or more Resources Commerce 4 years A$4,850 - A$5,030 Management Resources) (up to 100 credit points) A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$9,780 p.s. 0.5 year A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 0.5 year 3 years 0.5 year 0.5 year 17842 17843 17841 2739 Human Management Human Business and Resources (Human 1 year or more Resources Commerce 3.5 years Management Resources) (up to 100 credit points) A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$9,780 p.s. A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 0.5 year 3 years 0.5 year 0.5 year 17842 17841 2739 17803 Human Human Business and  Business Resources 1 year Resources Commerce 3.5 years A$4,850 - A$5,030 Management (up to 80 credit points) A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$9,780 p.s. 0.5 year A$4,850 - A$5,030 0.5 year 3 years 0.5 year 17842 17841 2739 Human Human Business and  Resources 1 year Resources Commerce 3 years Management (up to 80 credit points) A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$9,780 p.s. A$4,850 - A$5,030 0.5 year 3 years 0.5 yearMarketing pathways lead to the Bachelor of Business and Commerce 2739 17803 17855 17856 17857 Business and Business Marketing Marketing Marketing 1 year or more Commerce 4 years A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 (up to 100 credit points) A$9,780 p.s. 0.5 year 0.5 year 0.5 year 0.5 year 3 years 2739 17855 17856 17857 Business and Marketing Marketing Marketing 1 year or more Commerce 3.5 years A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 (up to 100 credit points) A$9,780 p.s. 0.5 year 0.5 year 0.5 year 3 years 2739 17803 17855 17856 Business and  Business Marketing Marketing 1 year Commerce 3.5 years A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 (up to 80 credit points) A$9,780 p.s. 0.5 year 0.5 year 0.5 year 3 years For D2D courses English language entry requirement IELTS Academic module overall band 6.0
  • TAFE Total TAFE TAFE TAFE Duration Advanced Credit Transfer UWS Degree Certificate 3 Certificate 4 Diploma (After Credit Diploma Transfer) 2739 17855 17856 Business and  Marketing Marketing 1 year Commerce 3 years A$4,850 - A$5,030 A$4,850 - A$5,030 (up to 80 credit points) A$9,780 p.s. 0.5 year 0.5 year 3 yearsCHILDREN’S SERVICESPathways lead to the Bachelor of Education (Birth - 5 years) 18208 Children’s 18206 Services 1670 Children’s (Early Education   Services childhood 1 year (Birth - 5 years) 5 years (up to 80 credit points) A$5,570 education A$9,140 p.s. 0.5 year and care) 4 years A$5,570 p.s. 1.5 yearsENGINEERING STUDIESPathways lead to the Bachelor of Engineering 17789 Electronics and 3621  Communications 1 year Engineering Engineering 5 years (up to 80 credit points) A$11,480 p.s. A$7,310 p.s. 4 years 2 years 9154 Engineering 3621  (Technical) 1 year Engineering 4 years A$7,030 - (up to 80 credit points) A$11,480 p.s. A$7,310 p.s. 4 years 1 year 17908 3621 Electrical- 1 year Engineering Technology 5 years (up to 80 credit points) A$11,480 p.s. A$7,310 p.s. 4 years 2 years 17796 3621 Electronic 1 year Engineering Technology 5 years (up to 80 credit points) A$11,480 p.s. A$7,310 p.s. 4 years 2 years 9163 Engineering 3621 (Mechanical) 1 year Engineering 5 years A$7,030 - (up to 80 credit points) A$11,480 p.s. A$7,310 p.s. 4 years 2 years 6443 3621 Structural 1 year Engineering Engineering 5 years (up to 80 credit points) A$11,840 p.s. A$7,310 p.s. 4 years 2 years For D2D courses English language entry requirement IELTS Academic module overall band 6.0 Visit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information 33
  • TAFE Total TAFE TAFE TAFE Duration Advanced Credit Transfer UWS Degree Certificate 3 Certificate 4 Diploma (After Credit Diploma Transfer)HOSPITALITY, COMMERCIAL COOKERY AND BAKERYPathways lead to the Bachelor of Business and Commerce 2739 18115 Business and  Hospitality 1 year Commerce 3.5 years A$7,030 p.s. (up to 80 credit points) A$9,780 p.s. 1.5 years 3 years 2739 N18115 Business and  Hospitality 1 year Commerce 3 years A$7,030 p.s. (up to 80 credit points) A$9,780 p.s. 1 year 3 years P18115 Hospitality 2739 includes Cert Business and  3 in Patisserie 1 year Commerce 4 years (up to 80 credit points) (18063) A$9,780 p.s. A$7,875 p.s. 3 years 2 years S18115 Hospitality includes Cert 3 2739 in Commercial Business and  1 year Commerce Cookery 4 years (up to 80 credit points) (18073) A$9,780 p.s. A$7,450 - 3 years A$7,750 p.s. 2 years T18115 Hospitality 2739 includes Cert 4 Business and  in Commercial 1 year Commerce 4 years Cookery (up to 80 credit points) (T18074) A$9,780 p.s. 3 years A$7,875 p.s. 2 years 2739 18115 18116 Business and Hospitality Hospitality 1 year Commerce 4 years A$7,030 p.s. A$7,030 (up to 100 credit points) A$9,780 p.s. 1.5 years 0.5 years 3 years 2739 S18116 Business and Hospitality 1 year Commerce 4 years A$7,030 p.s. (up to 100 credit points) A$9,780 p.s. 2 years 3 years For D2D courses English language entry requirement IELTS Academic module overall band 6.0
  • TAFE Total TAFE TAFE TAFE Duration Advanced Credit Transfer UWS Degree Certificate 3 Certificate 4 Diploma (After Credit Diploma Transfer)Pathways lead to the Bachelor of Tourism Management 1664 18056 Tourism  Tourism 1 year Management 3.5 years A$5,950 p.s. (up to 80 credit points) A$9,140 p.s. 1.5 years 3 years 1664 S18056 Tourism  Tourism 1 year Management 3 years A$5,950 p.s. (up to 80 credit points) A$9,140 p.s. 1 year 3 yearsINFORMATION TECHNOLOGYPathways lead to the Bachelor of Computing – Key Program: Information Systems S19016 19001 Information 3633 Information  Technology 1.5 years Computing Technology 3.5 years (Networking) (120 credit points) A$11,040 p.s. A$5,085 A$5,085 p.s. 3 years 0.5 year 1.5 years 19031 Information 3633  Technology 1 year Computing (General) 4 years (up to 80 credit points) A$11,040 p.s. A$5,085 p.s. 3 years 2 years 19017 Information Technology 3633  (Database 1 year Computing Design and 3.5 years (up to 80 credit points) A$11,040 p.s. Development) 3 years A$5,085 p.s. 1.5 years 19011 19020 Information Information 3633  Technology Technology 1 year Computing (Multimedia) (Multimedia) 4 years (up to 80 credit points) A$11,040 p.s. A$5,505 p.s. A$5,505 p.s. 3 years 1 year 1 year 19016 Information 3633 Technology 1.5 years Computing (Networking) 3.5 years (120 credit points) A$11,040 p.s. A$4,890 - 3 years A$5,085  .s. 2 years 19016 S19022 Information Information 3633 Technology Technology 1.5 years Computing (Networking) (Network 4 years (140 credit points) A$11,040 p.s. A$4,890 - Security) 3 years A$5,085 p.s. A$5,085 p.s. 2 years 0.5 year For D2D courses English language entry requirement IELTS Academic module overall band 6.0 Visit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information 35
  • TAFE Total TAFE TAFE TAFE Duration Advanced Credit Transfer UWS Degree Certificate 3 Certificate 4 Diploma (After Credit Diploma Transfer) S19012 Information 3633 Technology  1 year Computing (Project 3.5 years (up to 80 credit points) A$11,040 p.s. Management) 3 years A$5,085 p.s. 1.5 years 19018 Information 3633 Technology  1 year Computing (Software 4 years (up to 80 credit points) A$11,040 p.s. Development) 3 years A$5,085 p.s. 2 years 19015 Information 3633 Technology  1 year Computing (Systems 4 years (up to 80 credit points) A$11,040 p.s. Administration) 3 years A$5,085 p.s. 2 years S19015 Information 3633 Technology  1 year Computing (Systems 3.5 years (up to 80 credit points) A$11,040 p.s. Administration) 3 years A$5,085 p.s. 1.5 years 19019 Information 3633 Technology  1 year Computing (Website 4 years (up to 80 credit points) A$11,040 p.s. Development) 3 years A$5,085 p.s. 2 yearsPathways lead to the Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology Total TAFE TAFE TAFE TAFE Duration Credit Transfer UWS Degree Certificate 2 Certificate 2 Certificate 3 Diploma (After Credit Transfer) S19016 3639 19001 Information Information and Information Technology 1.5 years Communications Technology 3.5 years (Networking) (120 credit points) Technology A$5,085 A$5,085 p.s. A$11,040 p.s. 0.5 year 1.5 years 3 years 19031 3639 Information Information and  Technology 1 year Communications 4 years (General) (up to 80 credit points) Technology A$5,085 p.s. A$11,040 p.s. 2 years 3 years 19017 Information 3639 Technology Information and  (Database 1 year Communications 3.5 years Design and (up to 80 credit points) Technology Development) A$11,040 p.s. A$5,085 p.s. 3 years 1.5 years For D2D courses English language entry requirement IELTS Academic module overall band 6.0
  • Total TAFE TAFE TAFE TAFE Duration Credit Transfer UWS DegreeCertificate 2 Certificate 2 Certificate 3 Diploma (After Credit Transfer) 3639 19011 19020 Information Information Information and  Technology Technology 1 year Communications 4 years (Multimedia) (Multimedia) (up to 80 credit points) Technology A$5,505 p.s. A$5,505 p.s. A$11,040 p.s. 1 year 1 year 3 years 3639 19016 Information Information and  Technology 1.5 years Communications 3.5 years (Networking) (120 credit points) Technology A$4,890 - A$5,085 A$11,040 p.s. 2 years 3 years S19022 3639 19016 Information Information Information Technology and Technology 1.5 years (Network Communications 4 years (Networking) (140 credit points) Security) Technology A$4,890 - A$5,085 A$5,085 p.s. A$11,040 p.s. 2 years 0.5 year 3 years S19012 3639 Information Information Technology and  (Project 1 year Communications 3.5 years (up to 80 credit points) Management) Technology A$5,085 p.s. A$11,040 p.s. 1.5 years 3 years 19018 3639 Information Information Technology and  (Software 1 year Communications 4 years (up to 80 credit points) Development) Technology A$5,085 p.s. A$11,040 p.s. 2 years 3 years S19015 3639 Information Information Technology and  (Systems 1 year Communications 3.5 years (up to 80 credit points) Administration) Technology A$5,085 p.s. A$11,040 p.s. 1.5 years 3 years S19015 3639 Information Information Technology and  (Systems 1 year Communications 3.5 years (up to 80 credit points) Administration) Technology A$5,085 p.s. A$11,040 p.s. 1.5 years 3 years S19019 3639 Information Information Technology and  (Website 1 year Communications 3.5 years (up to 80 credit points) Development) Technology A$5,085 p.s. A$11,040 p.s. 1.5 years 3 years For D2D courses English language entry requirement IELTS Academic module overall band 6.0 Visit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information 37
  • TAFE Total TAFE TAFE TAFE Duration Advanced Credit Transfer UWS Degree Certificate 3 Certificate 4 Diploma (After Credit Diploma Transfer)INTERPRETINGPathways lead to the Bachelor of Arts (Interpreting and Translation) 1519 8848J Arts Interpreting (Interpreting  (LOTE/English) 0.5 year and 3 years Japanese (40 credit points) Translation) A$5,570 A$9,780 p.s. 0.5 year 3 years 1519 8848M Arts Interpreting (Interpreting  (LOTE/English) 0.5 year and 3 years Mandarin (40 credit points) Translation) A$5,570 A$9,780 p.s. 0.5 year 3 years For D2D courses English language entry requirement IELTS Academic module overall band 6.5MUSICPathways lead to the Bachelor of Music 7817 1659  Music 1 year Music 3.5 years A$6,470 p.s. (80 credit points) A$9,780 p.s. 1.5 years 3 years 7812 1659 Music Industry  1 year Music (Business) 3.5 years (80 credit points) A$9,780 p.s. A$6,470 p.s. 3 years 1.5 years 7821 Music Industry 1659  (Technical 1 year Music Production) 3.5 years (80 credit points) A$9,780 p.s. A$6,470 p.s. 3 years 1.5 years 7818 1659 Music 1 year or more Music 4 years A$6,470 p.s. (100 credit points) A$9,780 p.s. 2 years 3 years 7813 1659 Music Industry 1 year or more Music (Business) 4 years (100 credit points) A$9,780 p.s. A$6,470 p.s. 3 years 2 years 3721 3722 Music Industry Music Industry 1659  (Technical (Technical 1 year or more Music Production) Production) 4 years (100 credit points) A$9,780 p.s. A$6,470 p.s. A$6,470 p.s. 3 years 1 year 1 year For D2D courses English language entry requirement IELTS Academic module overall band 6.0
  • TAFE Total TAFE TAFE TAFE Duration Advanced Credit Transfer ACAP Degree Certificate 3 Certificate 4 Diploma (After Credit Diploma Transfer)WELFAREPathways lead to the Bachelor of Applied Social Science 18149 18702 BASSIX Community Community Applied Social Services Work A$5,410  Services Work A$5,410 p.s.  1 year Science A$16,650 per year 4 years 0.5 year 1.5 years 3 years BASSCOA 18149 18702 Applied Social Community Community   Science Services Work Services Work 1 year 4 years (Coaching) A$5,410 A$5,410 p.s. A$16,650 per year 0.5 year 1.5 years 3 years BASSCOU 18149 18702 Applied Social Community Community   Science Services Work Services Work 1 year 4 years (Counselling) A$5,410 A$5,410 p.s. A$16,650 per year 0.5 year 1.5 years 3 years BASSMAN 18149 18702 Applied Social Community Community   Science Services Work Services Work 1 year 4 years (Management) A$5,410 A$5,410 p.s. A$16,650 per year 0.5 year 1.5 years 3 yearsPlease refer to individual university websites for current fees and course information. www.studyintafe.edu.au www.uws.edu.au www.acap.edu.auD2D articulation arrangements are subject to change. Please check for the latest details on www.studyintafe.edu.au.The information in this brochure is correct as at June 2010. TAFE NSW continuously reviews its curriculum to ensure it meetswith current industry requirements and reserves the right to withdraw and change courses at short notice. It is advisable tocontact the DET International Students staff or visit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information. Tuition fees for TAFENSW and universities are subject to review and/or change.University of Western Sydney - CRICOS Provider Code: 00917KAustralian College of Applied Psychology - CRICOS Provider Code: 01328A For D2D courses English language entry requirement IELTS Academic module overall band 6.0 Visit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information 39
  • TAFE NSWCOURSE AREASCourse Page Equine (Horse) Studies 60Accounting and Business 42 Fashion Technology and Theatre Costume 61 Accounting Fine Arts 62 Finance Ceramics International Business Photo Imaging Frontline Management Fine Arts Human Resources Food Testing 64 Marketing Hairdressing 65 Advertising Property Services Health and Beauty 66Aged Care 47 Horticulture 67Agricultural (Rural) Studies 47 Hospitality 68 Conservation and Land Management Food Processing Retail Baking Organic Production Nutrition and Dietetic AssistanceAnimal Care 49 PatisserieAquaculture Studies 49 HospitalityArchitectural Studies 50 Commercial CookeryBuilding and Construction 50 Information Technology 72 Detail Drafting Networking Sustainable Building Design Website Design and Development Spacial Information Services Systems Administration Surveying Software Development Database Design and Development Wall and Floor Tiling Multimedia Bricklaying Games Development Civil Construction Design Interpreting 77Childrens Services 52 JapaneseDental Studies 53 KoreanDesign 53 Mandarin Jewellery and Object Design Laboratory Technology 78 3D Animation and Digital Effects Marine Engineering 79 Graphic Design and Communication Interactive Digital Media Massage Therapy 80 Interior Design Media Studies 80 Furniture Design Music Studies 81 Product Design Nursing 84Engineering Studies 57 Pathology 84 Structural Engineering Electrical Technology Sport and Fitness 84 Mechanical Engineering Telecommunications 86 Electronics and Communications Engineering Tertiary Preparation 86English Language 59 Tourism Studies 87Environmental Testing 59 Welfare 90 Biological and Environmental Testing Youth Work Environmental Testing Community Services
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  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirementsAccounting and BusinessTAFE offers a wide range of courses in Accounting, Business, Marketing, Advertising, Property Services, Management and International Business to suit all skill levels and career aspirations. Students learn strategic business, financial andmanagement skills with specialist knowledge to equip you for work in national or international enterprises. 19191 Certificate 3 in 0.5 year Career opportunities: Bookkeeper, accounts clerk, accounts receivable clerk, accounts payable Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Financial Services clerk, payroll clerk equivalent Bankstown, Castle Hill, Granville, Nirimba, North (Accounts Clerical) Sydney, Richmond Sample modules: Work in the financial services industry; prepare financial reports; maintain CRICOS: 056884G NTIS Code: FNS30304 financial records; prepare and bank receipts; process journal entries; maintain daily financial or Campuses Outside Sydney business records Ballina, Belmont, Coffs Harbour, Kingscliff, Lismore, A$4,850 - A$5,030 Newcastle, Ourimbah, Taree, Wollongong West 19192 Certificate 4 in 1 year Career opportunities: Senior accounts clerk, costing clerk, office manager Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Financial Services equivalent Bankstown, Blacktown, Campbelltown, Castle Hill, Sample modules: Process business tax requirements; produce job costing information; prepare (Accounting) Granville, Hornsby, Meadowbank, Nepean, North operational budgets; prepare financial statements CRICOS: 056372J Sydney, Northern Beaches, Petersham, Randwick, NTIS Code: FNS40604 Richmond, Ultimo A$9,700 - A$10,060 Campuses Outside Sydney Albury, Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC), Kingscliff, Lismore, Newcastle, Ourimbah, Port Macquarie, Taree, Wagga Wagga 9077 Diploma of Financial 0.5 year Career opportunities: Lending officer, branch manager, customer service officer or credit card Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Services (Banking) services officer equivalent Bankstown CRICOS: 063535C NTIS Code: FNS51204 Sample modules: Apply principles of professional practice to work in the financial services industry; manage staff performance to achieve strategic targets; provide leadership and motivation A$5,030 in a workplace team; manage and maintain small/medium business operations 19193 Diploma of Accounting 1.5 Career opportunities: Chartered accountant Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney CRICOS: 056373G years equivalent Bankstown, Blacktown, Campbelltown, Castle Hill, NTIS Code: FNS50204 To become an accountant in Australia, migrants are required to have their skills assessed by one of Granville, Hornsby, Liverpool, Meadowbank, Nepean, the three major Australian professional accounting associations: A$14,550 - A$15,090 North Sydney, Northern Beaches, Petersham, » National Institute of Accountants (NIA); to be accepted as an associate member the minimum Randwick, St George, Ultimo, Wetherill Park requirement is the Advanced Diploma of Accounting. Further studies are required at university Campuses Outside Sydney level to be granted full membership status. Visit the NIA website: www.nia.com.au for more Maitland, Newcastle, Wollongong information. » Certified Practicing Accountants of Australia (CPA Australia); to be accepted as an associate member, applicants must have completed an accredited degree program from a university. CPA Australia accredits specific degree programs at specific universities. To progress to full membership status, other requirements must be met, including work experience, references, and additional studies in their internal program. Visit the CPA Australia website: www.cpaaustralia.com.au for more information. » Institute of Chartered Accountants (ICAA); the same membership requirements apply as for CPA Australia. Visit the ICAA website: www.icaa.org.au for more information. Sample modules: Prepare financial reports; maintain financial records; process business tax requirements; produce job costing information; prepare operational budgetsMost TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirements 19194 Advanced Diploma of 2 years Career opportunities: Chartered accountant Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Accounting equivalent Bankstown, Blacktown, Campbelltown, Castle To become an accountant in Australia, immigrants are required to have their skills assessed by one CRICOS: 056374G Hill, Granville, Hornsby, Kingswood, Liverpool, NTIS Code: FNS60204 of the three major Australian professional accounting associations: Meadowbank, North Sydney, Northern Beaches, A19,400 - A$20,120 » National Institute of Accountants (NIA); to be accepted as an associate member the minimum Petersham, Randwick, St George, Ultimo, Wetherill requirement is the Advanced Diploma of Accounting. Further studies are required at university Park level to be granted full membership status. Visit the NIA website: www.nia.com.au for more Campuses Outside Sydney information. Coffs Harbour, Coffs Harbour Education Campus » Certified Practicing Accountants of Australia (CPA Australia); to be accepted as an associate (CHEC), Kingscliff, Lismore, Maitland, Newcastle, member the minimum requirement applicants must have completed an accredited degree Ourimbah, Port Macquarie, Wagga Wagga, program from a university. CPA Australia accredit specific degree programs at specific Wollongong universities. To progress to full membership status, other requirements must be met, including work experience, references, and additional studies in their internal program. Visit the CPA Australia website: www.cpaaustralia.com.au for more information. » Institute of Chartered Accountants (ICAA); the same membership requirements apply as for CPA Australia. Visit the ICAA website: www.charteredaccountants.com.au for more information. Sample modules: Prepare financial reports; maintain financial records; process business tax requirements; produce job costing information; prepare operational budgets; make decisions in a legal context 17802 Certificate 2 in 0.5 year Career opportunities: Administration assistant, clerical worker, data entry operator, information Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Business desk clerk, office junior or receptionist equivalent Baulkham Hills, Mount Druitt, Nirimba, Wentworth CRICOS: 063771B Falls NTIS Code: BSB20107 Sample modules: Maintain daily financial/business records; create and use databases; create electronic presentations; develop keyboards speed and accuracy; organise and complete a job A$5,030 application and interview 17807 Certificate 3 0.5 year Career opportunities: Accounts receivable clerk, accounts payable clerk, clerk, junior personal Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney in Business assistant, receptionist, office administrator, word processing operator equivalent Baulkham Hills, Campbelltown, Liverpool, Miller, Administration Mount Druitt, Nirimba, North Sydney, Padstow, Sample modules: Develop keyboarding speed and accuracy; process accounts payable and Richmond, Ultimo, Wentworth FallsVisit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information CRICOS: 063772A NTIS Code: BSB30407 receivable; produce spreadsheets; design and produce business documents; maintain a general ledger; process payroll Campuses Outside Sydney A$4,850 - A$5,030 Ballina, Coffs Harbour, Grafton, Great Lakes, Kingscliff, Lismore, Maclean, Port Macquarie, Tamworth, Taree 17858 Diploma of 0.5 year Career opportunities: Export manager, import manager, trade manager 17895 - Certificate 4 Campuses In Sydney International Business in International Bankstown, Crows Nest, St George, Ultimo Sample modules: Report on finances related to international business; analyse data from CRICOS: 063904E Trade NTIS Code: BSB50807 international markets; forecast international market and business needs; promote products and Campuses Outside Sydney services to international markets Newcastle A$4,780 - A$5,030 17895 Certificate 4 in 0.5 year Career opportunities: Export customer service coordinator, exporter, importer, trade coordinator Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney International Trade equivalent Bankstown, Crows Nest, St George, Ultimo Sample modules: Promote compliance with international trade legislation; Research international CRICOS: 063905D NTIS Code: BSB41107 business opportunities; apply knowledge of import and export international conventions, laws Campuses Outside Sydney and finance; prepare business advice on the taxes and duties for international trade transactions; Newcastle, Wollongong West A$4,780 - A$5,030 implement international client relationship strategies 17894 Certificate 3 in 0.5 year Career opportunities: Export clerk, import clerk, or import/export clerk Year 12 or Campuses Outside Sydney International Trade equivalent Newcastle Sample modules: Apply knowledge of the international trade environment to complete work; CRICOS: 063906C NTIS Code: BSB30607 organise the importing and exporting of goods; assist in the international transfer of services; prepare business documents for the international trade of goods43 A$4,780 Most TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules LocationsNumber and fee range requirements17809 Diploma of Business 0.5 year Career opportunities: Administration manager, office manager 17808 -Certificate 4 Campuses In Sydney Administration in Business Bankstown, Baulkham Hills, Campbelltown, Miller Sample modules: Manage meetings; plan and manage conferences; plan or review administration CRICOS: 063911F Administration NTIS Code: BSB50407 systems; manage business document design and development; manage payroll systems Campuses Outside Sydney Ballina, Coffs Harbour, Kingscliff, Lismore, Taree A$5,03017808 Certificate 4 0.5 year Career opportunities: Accounts supervisor, executive personal assistant, office administrator, 17807 - Certificate 3 Campuses In Sydney in Business project assistant in Business Baulkham Hills, Campbelltown, Liverpool, Miller, Administration Administration Mount Druitt Sample modules: Produce complex texts from shorthand notes; organise business travel; CRICOS: 063912E or Year 12 or NTIS Code: BSB40507 produce complex texts from audio transcription; implement workplace information system; Campuses Outside Sydney equivalent produce complex desktop published documents Armidale, Ballina, Coffs Harbour, Dubbo, Grafton, A$5,030 Great Lakes, Kingscliff, Lismore, Maclean, Tamworth, Taree17832 Advanced Diploma of 0.5 year Career opportunities: Senior and/or strategic management roles in a range of business 17831 - Diploma Campuses In Sydney Management environments of Management Blacktown, Granville, Meadowbank, St George CRICOS: 063913D NTIS Code: BSB60407 Sample modules: Manage organisational change; develop and implement strategic plans; Campuses Outside Sydney develop and implement a business plan; develop workplace policy and procedures for Griffith, Newcastle, Taree A$4,850 - A$5,030 sustainability17831 Diploma of 0.5 year Career opportunities: Middle management in a business environment 17822 - Campuses In Sydney Management Certificate 4 Bankstown, Baulkham Hills, Blacktown, Sample modules: Manage quality customer service; manage budgets and financial plans; CRICOS: 063914C in Frontline Campbelltown, Granville, Hornsby, Liverpool, NTIS Code: BSB51107 manage an information or knowledge management system; manage people performance; Management or Meadowbank, St George manage risk; manage personal work priorities and professional development; facilitate continuous A$4,850 - A$5,030 17824 - improvement Campuses Outside Sydney Certificate 4 in Griffith Small Business Management or 17804 - Certificate 4 in Business17822 Certificate 4 in 0.5 year Career opportunities: Team leader, supervisor or line manager Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Frontline Management equivalent Bankstown, Baulkham Hills, Blacktown, St George Sample modules: Implement operational plan; coordinate business resources; report on financial CRICOS: 063915B NTIS Code: BSB040807 activity; manage projects; identify risk and apply risk management processes Campuses Outside Sydney Griffith A$5,03017824 Certificate 4 in Small 0.5 year Career opportunities: Small business owner or manager Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Business Management equivalent Bankstown, Macquarie Fields, Meadowbank, Ultimo Sample modules: Establish legal and risk management requirements of a small business; CRICOS: 063916A NTIS Code: BSB40407 plan small business finances; undertake small business planning; coordinate implementation of customer service strategies; review and maintain a website A$4,850 - A$5,03017843 Advanced Diploma of 0.5 year Career opportunities: Human resource manager or consultant, middle to senior manager where 17842 - Diploma of Campuses In Sydney Management (Human there is a major human resource responsibility Human Resources Granville, Meadowbank Resources) Management Sample modules: Manage human resources strategic planning; manage organisational change; CRICOS: 063917M NTIS Code: BSB60907 contribute to organisation development; develop and implement strategic plans A$4,850 - A$5,030Most TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirements 17842 Diploma of 0.5 year Career opportunities: Human resource manager 17841 - Certificate 4 Campuses In Sydney Human Resources in Human Bankstown, Blacktown, Granville, Meadowbank, Sample modules: Manage human resources services; manage performance management Management Resources Petersham, Ultimo systems; manage workforce planning; manage recruitment selection and induction processes; CRICOS: 063918K NTIS Code: BSB50607 manage industrial relations Campuses Outside Sydney Coffs Harbour, Newcastle, Taree A$4,850 - A$5,030 17841 Certificate 4 in Human 0.5 year Career opportunities: Human resource officer, line manager or clerk with human resource 17803 - Certificate 3 Campuses In Sydney Resources responsibilities, payroll officer in Business Bankstown, Blacktown, Granville, Meadowbank, CRICOS: 063919J Petersham, Ultimo NTIS Code: BSB41007 Sample modules: Review human resources functions; recruit, select and induct staff; support performance management process; implement industrial relations procedures Campuses Outside Sydney A$4,850 - A$5,030 Coffs Harbour, Lismore, Taree 17806 Advanced Diploma of 0.5 year Career opportunities: Working at a senior level in a business environment, across a range of 17805 - Diploma Campuses In Sydney Business functions of Business Meadowbank CRICOS: 063920E NTIS Code: BSB60207 Sample modules: Develop an advertising campaign; execute an advertising campaign; evaluate international marketing opportunities; develop organisational marketing objectives; manage A$4,850 - A$5,030 organisational change 17805 Diploma of Business 0.5 year Career opportunities: Working in a business environment, across a range of functions 17804 - Certificate 4 Campuses In Sydney CRICOS: 063921D in Business Bankstown, Campbelltown, Granville, Macquarie NTIS Code: BSB50207 Sample modules: Coordinate advertising research; manage meetings; plan and manage Fields, Meadowbank, Petersham, Randwick, Ultimo conferences; establish and maintain a workgroup computer network; manage payroll A$4,850 - A$5,030 Campuses Outside Sydney Gosford, Lismore, Maitland, Newcastle, Taree 17804 Certificate 4 in 0.5 year Career opportunities: Working in a business environment across a wide variety of industry 17803 - Certificate 3 Campuses In SydneyVisit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information Business sectors in Business or Year Bankstown, Campbelltown, Granville, Liverpool, CRICOS: 063922C 12 or equivalent Meadowbank, Nirimba, North Sydney, Northern NTIS Code: BSB40207 Sample modules: Coordinate business resources; promote innovation in a team environment; Beaches, Petersham, Randwick, St George, Ultimo design databases; promote products and services; report on financial activity A$4,850 - A$5,030 Campuses Outside Sydney Belmont, Kingscliff, Lismore, Newcastle, Taree 17803 Certificate 3 in 0.5 year Career opportunities: Customer service advisor, data entry operator, general clerk, payroll officer, Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Business typist, word processing operator equivalent Bankstown, Granville, Liverpool CRICOS: 063923B NTIS Code: BSB30107 Sample modules: Maintain business resources; produce spreadsheets; purchase goods and Campuses Outside Sydney services; design and produce business documents Ballina, Belmont, Coffs Harbour, Glendale, Grafton, A$5,030 Great Lakes, Kingscliff, Lismore, Newcastle, Port Macquarie, Taree 17857 Advanced Diploma of 0.5 year Career opportunities: Marketing director, marketing strategist, national, regional or global 17856 - Diploma Campuses In Sydney Marketing marketing manager of Marketing Granville, Liverpool, Meadowbank, North Sydney, St CRICOS: 064208K George, Ultimo NTIS Code: BSB60507 Sample modules: Manage the marketing process; manage market research; develop organisational marketing objectives; develop a marketing plan A$4,850 - A$5,03045 Most TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules LocationsNumber and fee range requirements17856 Diploma of Marketing 0.5 year Career opportunities: Marketing manager, direct marketing manager, marketing manager 17855 - Certificate 4 Campuses In Sydney CRICOS: 064209J specialising in international marketing, public relations manager in Marketing Baulkham Hills, Blacktown, Granville, Liverpool, NTIS Code: BSB51207 Meadowbank, North Sydney, Northern Beaches, Sample modules: Identify and evaluate marketing opportunities; establish and adjust the A$4,850 - A$5,030 Randwick, St George, Ultimo marketing mix; plan market research; interpret market trends and developments; implement and monitor marketing activities; conduct a marketing audit Campuses Outside Sydney Newcastle, Primary Industries Centre, Taree17855 Certificate 4 in 0.5 year Career opportunities: Marketing coordinator, market research assistant, direct marketing officer 17803 - Certificate Campuses In Sydney Marketing 3 in Business Baulkham Hills, Blacktown, Granville, Liverpool, Sample modules: Make a presentation; profile the market; analyse consumer behaviour for CRICOS: 064210E or Year 12 or Meadowbank, North Sydney, Northern Beaches, NTIS Code: BSB41307 specific markets; conduct market research equivalent Randwick, St George, Ultimo A$4,850 - A$5,030 Campuses Outside Sydney Newcastle, Taree17854 Advanced Diploma of 0.5 year Career opportunities: Account director, account planning manager, client services executive, 17853 - Diploma Campuses In Sydney Advertising client services director of Advertising Ultimo CRICOS: 064212C NTIS Code: BSB60107 Sample modules: Develop an advertising strategy and brief; develop an advertising campaign; manage advertising production; execute an advertising campaign; evaluate campaign effectiveness A$5,03017853 Diploma of Advertising 0.5 year Career opportunities: Account manager, advertising account manager, advertising creative 17852 - Campuses In Sydney CRICOS: 064214A director, account planner Certificate 4 in Blacktown, Ultimo NTIS Code: BSB50107 Advertising Sample modules: Coordinate advertising research; develop a media plan; create mass print A$5,030 media advertisements; evaluate and recommend advertising media options17852 Certificate 4 in 0.5 year Career opportunities: Copywriter, account coordinator, media assistant, media buyer 17803 - Campuses In Sydney Advertising Certificate 3 in Blacktown, Ultimo Sample modules: Conduct pre-campaign testing; monitor advertising production; schedule CRICOS: 064217J Business or Year NTIS Code: BSB40107 advertisements; profile the market; analyse consumer behaviour for specific markets 12 or equivalent A$5,03017673 Diploma of Property 1 year Career opportunities: Real estate agent, manager for leasing and marketing, residential, Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Services (Agency commercial and industrial property equivalent Bankstown, Granville, St George Management) Sample modules: Establish and manage agency trust accounts; identify legal and ethical (includes Certificate requirements of property management to complete agency work; identify legal and ethical 4 in Property requirements of property sales to complete agency work; interpret legislation to complete agency Services -17672) work; minimise agency and consumer risk CRICOS: 068747F NTIS Code: CPP50307 A$10,06017672 Certificate 4 in 0.5 year Career opportunities: Real estate agent for residential, commercial or industrial properties. Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Property Services Depending on electives chosen, completion of the course will provide learners with the necessary equivalent Crows Nest, Granville, Meadowbank, Northern (Real Estate) units of competence to satisfy the educational and training requirements of the NSW Office of Fair Beaches, Randwick CRICOS: 068748E Trading for a Real Estate Agents’ licence. NTIS Code: CPP40307 Campuses Outside Sydney Sample modules: Identify legal and ethical requirements of property management to complete Nowra, Wollongong A$4,850 - A$5,030 agency work; identify legal and ethical requirements of property sales to complete agency workMost TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirements S17673 Diploma of Property 0.5 year Career opportunities: Real estate agent, manager for leasing and marketing, residential, 17672 - Campuses In Sydney Services (Agency commercial and industrial property Certificate 4 in Bankstown, Granville, Randwick Management) Property Services Sample modules: Establish and manage real estate agency trust accounts; identify legal and Campuses Outside Sydney CRICOS: 068747F (Real Estate) NTIS Code: CPP50307 ethical requirements of property management to complete agency work; identify legal and ethical Newcastle requirements of property sales to complete agency work; interpret legislation to complete agency A$5,030 work; minimise agency and consumer risk Aged Care If your you seek a career as personal care assistant, care worker, personal care worker for an older person, TAFE NSW courses will thoroughly prepare you. Students learn skills such as how to assess the needs of the elderly, create and conduct appropriate recreational activities, and support older persons to maintain independence. 18167 Certificate 3 in Aged 0.5 year Additional Course Information: There is a 60 hour work placement unit within the course. Work Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Care Work placement hours are completed at an appropriate place of work outside the TAFE college. These equivalent Macquarie Fields, Meadowbank, Nepean, North CRICOS: 068292K work placement hours are completed on an unpaid basis. Sydney, Northern Beaches, St George, Ultimo, NTIS Code: CHC30208 Wetherill Park Career opportunities: Personal care assistant, assistant in nursing, care worker A$5,355 - A$5,570 Campuses Outside Sydney Sample modules: Support older people to maintain their independence; work effectively with Armidale, Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC), older people; provide support to people living with dementia Glendale, Gosford, Griffith, Kingscliff, Newcastle, Port Macquarie, Tamworth, Taree, Wagga Wagga, Wyong 18168 Certificate 4 in Aged 1 year Additional Course Information: There is a 60 hour work placement unit within the course. Work Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Care Work placement hours are completed at an appropriate place of work outside the TAFE college. These equivalent Macquarie Fields, Nepean, Wetherill Park CRICOS: 068293J work placement hours are completed on an unpaid basis. NTIS Code: CHC40108 Campuses Outside Sydney Career opportunities: Care team leader, day activity worker, aged care accommodation support Shellharbour A$11,840 worker, hostel supervisor, care supervisor, personal care worker. Sample modules: Provide services to older people with complex needs; facilitate support responsive to the specific nature of dementia; implement interventions with older people at risk of falling Agricultural (Rural) StudiesVisit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information Through TAFE NSW agriculture courses, you will develop the necessary operational skills and knowledge to effectively work in a rural production environment. Courses are available for those wanting to work in the alpaca, beef, cotton, and dairy industries, as well as in organic production and biodynamic agriculture. Training also covers occupational health and safety work practices. 2452 Certificate 2 in 0.5 year Career opportunities: Agricultural farm worker Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Agriculture equivalent Richmond Sample modules: Operate machinery and equipment; undertake operational maintenance CRICOS: 048524J NTIS Code: RTE20103 of machinery; undertake propagation activities; assist agricultural crop establishment; assist Campuses Outside Sydney agricultural crop harvesting; carry out basic electric fencing operations Taree, Wollongbar A$5,765 2195 Diploma of Agriculture 2 years Career opportunities: Agricultural farm manager 2483 - Certificate 4 Campuses Outside Sydney CRICOS: 050200M in Agriculture Armidale, Goulburn, Primary Industries Centre, NTIS Code: RTE50103 Sample modules: Account for shearing shed supplies; acquire resources for irrigation installation or Year 12 and Wollongbar and construction; administer finance, insurance and legal requirements; administer medication to A$22,180 - A$23,060 relevant experience animals; analyse and interpret production data. Note: This is an accelerated course. S2195 Diploma of Agriculture 1.5 Career opportunities: Senior farm manager 2483 - Certificate 4 Campuses In Sydney CRICOS: 050200M years in Agriculture Richmond NTIS Code: RTE50103 Sample modules: Account for shearing shed supplies; acquire resources for irrigation installation or Year 12 and and construction; administer finance, insurance and legal requirements; administer medication to A$17,295 relevant experience animals; analyse and interpret production data47 Most TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules LocationsNumber and fee range requirements2483 Certificate 4 in 1 year Career opportunities: Senior farm supervisor 797 - Certificate 3 Campuses In Sydney Agriculture in Agriculture Richmond Sample modules: Account for shearing shed supplies; acquire resources for irrigation installation CRICOS: 050268B or Year 10 and NTIS Code: RTE40103 and construction; administer finance, insurance and legal requirements; administer medication to Campuses Outside Sydney relevant experience animals; administer projects Armidale, Primary Industries Centre, Taree, Wollongbar A$11,090 - A$11,530797 Certificate 3 in 1 year Career opportunities: Agriculture property worker 2452 - Certificate 2 Campuses In Sydney Agriculture in Agriculture Richmond Sample modules: Control plant pests, diseases and disorders; prepare and apply chemicals; CRICOS: 050269A or Year 10 or NTIS Code: RTE30103 undertake sampling and testing of water; maintain livestock water supplies; establish pastures and Campuses Outside Sydney equivalent crops for livestock production; apply quality assurance procedures in wool preparation Armidale, Goulburn, Taree, Wollongbar A$11,090 - A$11,5306485 Certificate 2 in 0.5 year Career opportunities: Skilled operator in land management for local government, national parks, Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Conservation and bush regeneration organisations or land care and environmental organisations equivalent Wentworth Falls Land Management Sample modules: Plant trees and shrubs; install, maintain and repair fencing; apply chemicals (Natural Area under supervision; conduct erosion and sediment control activities; operate tractors; treat plant Restoration and pests, diseases and disorders Management) CRICOS: 059353K NTIS Code: RTD20102 A$5,7658986 Certificate 3 in 1 year Career opportunities: Skilled operator in land management for local government, national parks, 6485 - Campuses In Sydney Conservation and bush regeneration, land care or environmental organisations Certificate 2 in Wentworth Falls Land Management Conservation and Sample modules: Provide information on plants and their culture; maintain natural areas; Campuses Outside Sydney (Natural Area Land Management coordinate work site activities; implement a maintenance program for an aquatic environment; Goulburn Restoration and (Natural Area undertake sampling and testing of water; store and dispatch seed Management) Restoration and CRICOS: 059354J Management) NTIS Code: RTD30102 or Year 10 or A$11,090 - A$11,530 equivalentS8986 Certificate 3 in 0.5 year Career opportunities: Skilled operator in land management for local government, national parks, 6485 - Certificate 2 Campuses In Sydney Conservation and bush regeneration organisations or landcare and environmental organisations. in Conservation Ryde Land Management and Land Sample modules: Provide information on plants and their culture; maintain natural areas; (Natural Area Management coordinate work site activities; implement a maintenance program for an aquatic environment; Restoration and (Natural Area undertake sampling and testing of water; store and dispatch seed Management) Restoration and CRICOS: 059354J Management) NTIS Code: RTD30102 or Year 10 or A$5,765 equivalent8990 Diploma of 2 years Career opportunities: Manager in land management for local government, National Parks 2483 - Certificate 4 Campuses In Sydney Conservation and and Wildlife, other State government agencies, bush regeneration organisations, land care and in Agriculture Ryde Land Management other environmental organisations. Employment options may depend on particular streams of or Year 12 or Campuses Outside Sydney (General Land specialisation. equivalent Goulburn, Trenayr Management) Sample modules: Manage physical and natural resources; organise physical property CRICOS: 059356G NTIS Code: RTD50102 management planning programs; conduct land management practices with existing ecosystems; classify site land forms and types A$22,180 - A$ 23,060Most TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirements 900 Diploma of Agriculture 1.5 Career opportunities: Organic production manager, organic enterprise manager, rural property Year 12 or Campuses Outside Sydney (Organic Production) years manager equivalent National Environment Centre CRICOS: 069684G NTIS Code: RTE50103 Sample modules: Develop a whole farm plan; monitor and manage soils; undertake preparation of land for agricultural crop production; identify and draft livestock; maintain and monitor feed A$22,180 stocks; develop a crop regulation program Animal Care Ideal for those who seek a career working with animals, you can choose a course in general animal care, first aid, companion animals products and services, monitoring and maintaining animal health and wellbeing, and breeding. For those who want to work as veterinary nurses, the courses covers topis such as veterinary clinical pathology, radiographic skills, emergency critical care and surgical procedures with animals. 4289 Certificate 3 in 1 year Career opportunities: Animal care worker Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Companion Animal equivalent Richmond Sample modules: Work in the animal care industry; follow occupational, health and safety Services procedures in an animal care environment; assist with general animal care; provide food and water Campuses Outside Sydney CRICOS: 053701K NTIS Code: RUV30304 for animals Goulburn A$11,900 - A$12,380 1094 Certificate 4 in 1 year Additional Course Information: There is a work placement unit within the course. Work Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Veterinary Nursing placement hours are completed at an appropriate place of work outside the TAFE college. equivalent Richmond, Ultimo CRICOS: 055148C NTIS Code: RUV40404 Career opportunities: Veterinary nurse Campuses Outside Sydney Kurri Kurri, Tamworth, Yallah A$11,900 - A$12,380 Sample modules: Assist with animal surgery preparations; coordinate patient admission and discharge; apply radiographic routines; perform clinic pathology procedures; perform clinic office procedures Aquaculture Studies Graduates of this course are able to work with stock in an aquaculture environment, apply food handling procedures, meet health and safety requirements and communicate effectively with clients. Career options range from aquaculture farm hand and seafood process worker to aquaculture production manager. 6593 Certificate 4 in 1 year Career opportunities: Supervisor, technical manager or specialist supervisor in the seafood industry Year 10 or Campuses Outside SydneyVisit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information Seafood Industry equivalent Trenayr Sample modules: Apply basic food handling and safety practices; communicate in the seafood (Aquaculture) industry; work effectively in the seafood industry; meet workplace occupational health and safety CRICOS: 056480E NTIS Code: SFI40104 requirements A$19,130 6592 Certificate 3 in 0.5 year Career opportunities: Skilled worker or leading hand in the seafood industry. Year 10 or Campuses Outside Sydney Seafood Industry equivalent Trenayr Sample modules: Apply basic food handling and safety practices; communicate in the seafood (Aquaculture) industry; work effectively in the seafood industry; meet workplace occupational health and safety CRICOS: 056481D NTIS Code: SFI30104 requirements A$9,56549 Most TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirementsArchitectural StudiesThis course prepares students for careers in architecture, interior or set design and decoration, computer-aided-drawing. Through a range of course modules, you can develop skills and knowledge in computer designed-basedtechnologies including 3D Studio Max, ArchiCAD and Auto CAD. 6440 Diploma of 2 years Additional information: At Ultimo campus there is a higher English language entry requirement Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Architectural Academic IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) 68 or Certificate 3 in English for Further Study at TAFE NSW equivalent Granville, Hornsby, Nirimba, Ultimo Technology or equivalent Campuses Outside Sydney CRICOS: 056582K NTIS Code: 91260NSW Career opportunities: Architectural draftsperson, CAD technician building information modeller Newcastle, Wollongong A$25,960 - A$27,000 Sample modules: Produce commercial architectural draft office administration documents; produce residential architectural drafting office administration documents; produce development application documents for class 1 and 10 single storey buildings; produce development application documents for class 2-9 medium rise structures; produce construction certificate documents for class 2-9 medium rise structuresBuilding and ConstructionBuilding and construction courses provide students with the knowledge necessary to work on building sites, and develop the skills to project manage low-to-medium-rise building project. For those who select surveying careeropportunities include surveying assistants, building and quantity surveyors, and cartographic technicians. Building graduates will have the skills to estimate and schedule and manage contract administration. 18127 Certificate 3 in Detail 1 year Additional information: At Ultimo campus there is a higher English language entry requirement Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Drafting Academic IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) 68 or Certificate 3 in English for Further Study at TAFE NSW equivalent Mount Druitt, Ultimo CRICOS: 063410E or equivalent NTIS Code: 91387NSW Campuses Outside Sydney Career opportunities: Draftsperson in a manufacturing, engineering, contract drawing office or Newcastle A$13,500 government department Sample modules: Prepare basic engineering drawing; perform engineering measurements; work with others in a manufacturing, engineering or related environment; interact with computing technology; assist in the provision of on the job training; prepare isometric piping drawings 6441 Advanced Diploma of 1 year Career opportunities: Architectural draftsperson, architectural technician, building information 6440 - Diploma Campuses In Sydney Sustainable Building modelling specialist, accredited building designer of Architectural Ultimo Design Technology Sample modules: Develop a sustainable building design brief; analyse for environmentally CRICOS: 065896F NTIS Code: 91464NSW sustainable performance a pre-construction building information model; investigate current Academic IELTS sustainable building technologies; develop design proposals for a sustainable alteration to an 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) A$13,500 existing building; investigate emerging sustainable building technologies 68 or Certificate 3 in English for Further Study at TAFE NSW or equivalent 9391 Diploma of Spatial 1.5 Career opportunities: Technician and geographic information systems officer. Completion 19377 - Campuses In Sydney Information Services years of the course and relevant work experience will enable you to be recognised as a Certified Certificate 3 in Ultimo CRICOS: 066390B Professional in Spatial Sciences. Spatial Information NTIS Code: CPP50207 Services Sample modules: Computing concepts; remote sensing; gis data interpretation project; project A$19,470 - A$20,250 control and monitoring; photogrammetry; drafting principles Academic IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) 68 or Certificate 3 in English for Further Study at TAFE NSW or equivalentMost TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirements 9392 Diploma of Surveying 1.5 Career opportunities: Technician surveyor within a surveying company or a government 19377 - Campuses In Sydney CRICOS: 066391A years organisation. Further progression as a professional surveyor will require a bachelor degree. Certificate 3 in Ultimo NTIS Code: CPP50107 Spatial Information Sample modules: Plan spatial data collection and validation; conduct an advanced gps data Campuses Outside Sydney A$19,470 - A$20,250 Services collection and set out survey; conduct an engineering survey; create engineering drawings Newcastle, Wollongong 18734 Diploma of Building 2 years Career opportunities: Project manager on medium-rise building projects Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney and Construction equivalent Granville Sample modules: Apply principles of occupational, health and safety risk management; (Building) (includes manage project quality; manage project risk; apply building codes and standards to the Certificate 4 in construction process for medium rise building projects Building - 18740) CRICOS: 069514D NTIS Code: CPC50208 A$27,000 S18734 Diploma of Building 1 year Career opportunities: Project manager on medium-rise building projects 18740 - Campuses In Sydney and Construction Certificate 4 in Ultimo Sample modules: Apply principles of occupational, health and safety risk management; (Building) Building and manage project quality; manage project risk; apply building codes and standards to the CRICOS: 069514D Construction NTIS Code: CPC50208 construction process for medium rise building projects (Building) A$13,500 Academic IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) 68 or Certificate 3 in English for Further Study at TAFE NSW or equivalent 18766 Certificate 3 in Wall 1.5 Additional Course Information: There is a work placement unit within the course. Work Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney and Floor Tiling years placement hours are completed at an appropriate place of work outside the TAFE college. equivalent Macquarie Fields CRICOS: 069515C Career opportunities: Skilled wall and floor tiling tradesperson. Completion of this course Campuses Outside SydneyVisit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information NTIS Code: CPC31308 satisfies the educational requirement of the NSW Office of Fair Trading for the issue of a wall and Coffs Harbour A$20,400 floor tiling trade contractors licence. Sample modules: Work effectively and sustainably in the construction industry; plan and organise work; conduct workplace communication; carry out measurements and calculations for tiling 18742 Certificate 3 1 year Additional Course Information: There is a work placement unit within the course. Work Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney in Bricklaying/ placement hours are completed at an appropriate place of work outside the TAFE college. equivalent Nirimba Blocklaying Career opportunities: Skilled bricklayer. Completion of this course satisfies the educational CRICOS: 070148M NTIS Code: CPC30108 requirement of the NSW Office of Fair Trading for the issue of a bricklaying/blocklaying trade contractors licence. A$13,600 Sample modules: Read and interpret plans and specifications; handle and prepare bricklaying and blocklaying materials; use bricklaying and blocklaying tools and equipment; carry out masonry veneer construction51 Most TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirements 19880 Diploma of Civil 1.5 Career opportunities: Civil construction designer or support officer for a professional engineer Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Construction Design years equivalent Ultimo Sample modules: Manage an information or knowledge management system; manage CRICOS: 070531D NTIS Code: RII50509 innovation and continuous improvement; manage project time for civil constructions. Note: this is Academic IELTS an accelerated course. 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) A$21,930 68 or Certificate 3 in English for Further Study at TAFE NSW or equivalent S19880 Diploma of Civil 2 years Career opportunities: Civil construction designer or support officer for a professional engineer Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Construction Design equivalent Nirimba Sample modules: Manage quality customer service; manage an information or knowledge CRICOS: 070531D NTIS Code: RII50509 management system; manage innovation and continuous improvement; manage project time; manage project quality A$29,240 18740 Certificate 4 in 1 year Additional information: At Ultimo campus Year 12 or equivalent and Academic IELTS 6.0 or Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Building and TOEFL (iBT) 68 or Certificate 3 in English for Further Study at TAFE NSW or equivalent is required. equivalent Granville, Ultimo Construction Career opportunities: Techinical officer or manager in the residential building industry Campuses Outside Sydney (Building) Coffs Harbour CRICOS: 070646D Sample modules: Manage small business finances; apply building codes and standards to the NTIS Code: CPC40108 construction process for low-rise building projects A$13,500 19377 Certificate 3 in Spatial 0.5 year Additional information: At Ultimo campus there is a higher English language entry requirement Campuses In Sydney Information Services Academic IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) 68 or Certificate 3 in English for Further Study at TAFE NSW Ultimo CRICOS: 070713J or equivalent NTIS Code: CPP30109 Campuses Outside Sydney Career opportunities: Assistant to a professional spatial information serviced officer Wollongong A$6,490 - A$6,750 Sample modules: Apply map presentation principles; store and retrieve basic spatial data; respond to client spatial enquiry; collect basic spatial dataChildren’s ServicesCourses in child studies cover areas such as child development, protection, care, advocacy, health, early childhood and counselling. On-campus work placement during this course will develop your abilities and expertise with childrenin crèche and child care settings. 18208 Diploma of Children’s 1.5 Additional Course Information: There is a work placement unit within the course. Work 18206 - Campuses In Sydney Services (Early years placement hours are completed at an appropriate place of work outside the TAFE college. Certificate 3 in Bankstown, Crows Nest, Meadowbank, Miller, Childhood Education Children’s Services Nepean, Nirimba, Petersham, Randwick, Sutherland/ In NSW you need a minimum of one year’s experience, gained after the Diploma qualification, to and Care) Loftus apply for the role of an authorised supervisor of a child care centre. Trades Recognition Australia CRICOS: 068806M NTIS Code: CHC50908 (TRA) requirements are available from the website www.deewr.gov.au/tra (see the childrens Campuses Outside Sydney services fact sheet). Armidale, Ballina, Coffs Harbour Education Campus A$16,710 (CHEC), Glendale, Shellharbour, Taree, Wagga Career opportunities: Qualified child care worker, team leader, group leader, program leader, Wagga, Wollongbar, Wollongong service/centre manager, service director, children’s adviser, child development worker or special needs inclusive worker. Under the Children’s Services Regulation 2004 you cannot be employed in children’s services until you are 18 years of age. Sample modules: Establish and maintain a safe and healthy environment for children; foster physical development in early childhood; foster social development in early childhoodMost TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirements 18206 Certificate 3 in 0.5 year Additional Course Information: There is a work placement unit within the course. Work Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Children’s Services placement hours are completed at an appropriate place of work outside the TAFE college. equivalent Bankstown, Crows Nest, Meadowbank, Miller, CRICOS: 069332K Nepean, Nirimba, Petersham, Randwick, Sutherland/ NTIS Code: CHC30708 Career opportunities: Child Care Assistant, Family Day Care Worker, Nanny Loftus A$5,570 Sample modules: Identify and respond to children and young people at risk; ensure children’s Campuses Outside Sydney health and safety; provide care for children; contribute to provision of nutritionally balanced food Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC), Kingscliff, in a safe and hygienic manner Taree, Wagga Wagga, Wollongbar, Wollongong Dental Studies Course 18284 is designed for people who want to work in dental laboratories as dental technicians, and Course 18281 is for people who want to work as an assistant in a dental practice. 18284 Diploma of Dental 2 years Additional Course Information: At Randwick College, this course focuses on application of Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Technology skills in a realistic workplace environment at the College. Students are supervised and assessed equivalent Randwick CRICOS: 061857A by qualified dental technicians and, on course completion, have the workplace experience NTIS Code: HLT50507 Academic IELTS required to receive the diploma. An additional materials charge of A$400 is to be paid at the 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) A$37,220 college each semester. 68 or Certificate 3 Career opportunities: Dental technician in English for Further Study at Sample modules: Construct dental models; construct custom impression trays; construct TAFE NSW or registration rims; construct dental prosthetics equivalent 18281 Certificate 4 in Dental 1 year Career opportunities: Dental assistant Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Assisting (Oral Health equivalent Randwick Sample modules: Prepare for and assist with oral health care procedures; assist with dental Education) radiography; assist with administration in dental practice; apply first aid Campuses Outside Sydney CRICOS: 065595G NTIS Code: HLT43007 Shellharbour A$12,950 DesignVisit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information A wide range of career options are available to graduates of the TAFE Design courses. Students can specialised in fashion design, graphic design, industrial design, jewellery design, multimedia design, engineering and system design, and web design. Students undertaking courses in these areas gain the knowledge necessary to work in the particular industry or profession of their choice. 7806 Advanced Diploma of 3 years Career opportunities: Jewellery designer Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Jewellery and Object equivalent Design Centre Enmore Sample modules: Applied design methods; design processes; cultural contexts for jewellery; Design concept realisation; design and process skills; jewellery design production; jewellery exhibition A portfolio must CRICOS: 048539B NTIS Code: 91046NSW and promotion; cultural contexts for jewellery; drawing and rendering; jewellery design methods be submitted A$38,160 Academic IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) 68 or Certificate 3 in English for Further Study at TAFE NSW or equivalent53 Most TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules LocationsNumber and fee range requirements19231 Certificate 4 in Design 1 year Career opportunities: Entry-level design assistant for companies involved with advertising, Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney CRICOS: 067209G media, graphic design, jewellery, product design, interior and visual merchandising design equivalent Design Centre Enmore, Nepean, Northern Beaches NTIS Code: CUV40303 Sample modules: Explore the use of colour; explore and apply the creative design process to A portfolio must Campuses Outside Sydney A$12,720 2D forms; explore and apply the creative design process to 3D forms; source and apply design be submitted Kingscliff industry knowledge Academic IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) 68 or Certificate 3 in English for Further Study at TAFE NSW or equivalent19200 Diploma of 3D 1 year Career opportunities: 3D designer, 3D concept artist, assistant digital matte painter, 3D 19202 - Campuses In Sydney Animation and Digital animator, 3D modeller, 3D games artist Certificate 4 in 3D Design Centre Enmore Effects Animation and Sample modules: Prepare a proposal; manage a project; collaborate with colleagues in CRICOS: 056478K Digital Effects NTIS Code: 91277NSW planning and producing a 3D animation or digital project A$20,2507537 Diploma of Arts 2 years Career opportunities: Furniture designer, furniture maker Year 12 or Campuses Outside Sydney (Furniture Design) equivalent Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC) Sample modules: Marketing and sales promotion; estimating and costing; furniture design - CRICOS: 057749F NTIS Code: 21127VIC production processes; contemporary art and/or design studies; source and apply design industry A portfolio must knowledge; make scale models be submitted A$22,900 Academic IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) 68 or Certificate 3 in English for Further Study at TAFE NSW or equivalent19202 Certificate 4 in 3D 1 year Career opportunities: 3D animator, 3D modeller, 3D texture artist, digital lighting artist, 3D Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Animation and Digital character animator, render wrangler equivalent Design Centre Enmore Effects Sample modules: Produce storyboard for animation; develop and apply industry knowledge; A portfolio must CRICOS: 062164M NTIS Code: 91403NSW manage multimedia assets be submitted A$19,09019230 Certificate 3 in Design 1 year Career opportunities: Design assistant in a garment, accessory and fabric print company; Year 10 or Campuses Outside Sydney Fundamentals fashion/textile agency; fashion retail sales and marketing company; fashion visual merchandising equivalent Hunter Street CRICOS: 065819G in wholesale and retail; fashion styling for publications and the web, and fashion promotion and NTIS Code: CUV30303 A portfolio must public relations. be submitted A$12,720 Sample modules: Explore the use of colour; explore and apply the creative design process to Academic IELTS 2D forms; explore and apply the creative design process to 3D forms; source and apply design 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) industry knowledge 68 or Certificate 3 in English for Further Study at TAFE NSW or equivalentMost TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirements 19211 Diploma of Graphic 2 years Career opportunities: Junior assistant designer Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Design and equivalent Campbelltown, Design Centre Enmore, Hornsby, Sample modules: Design elements and principles; colour and media; design context; design Communication Nepean, St George research; design studio practices; design processes; design concept development; computing A portfolio must CRICOS: 065830B NTIS Code: 91457NSW for design be submitted Campuses Outside Sydney Armidale, Kingscliff, Newcastle, Wagga Wagga, A$22,020 - A$22,900 Academic IELTS Wollongong 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) 68 or Certificate 3 in English for Further Study at TAFE NSW or equivalent 19212 Advanced Diploma of 1 year Career opportunities: Graphic designer, graphic artist, illustrator, web designer 19211 - Diploma Campuses In Sydney Graphic Design and of Graphic Design Centre Enmore, Hornsby, Nepean Sample modules: Work placement; research global design trends; identify and evaluate Communication Design and marketing opportunities; manage copyright arrangements; develop visual communication CRICOS: 065831A Communication NTIS Code: 91458NSW concepts A$11,450 19210 Certificate 4 in 1 year Career opportunities: Junior assistant designer or finished artist in the graphic arts or graphic Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Graphic Design design industries equivalent Campbelltown, Hornsby, Nepean Foundation Sample modules: Evaluate the nature of design in a specific industry context; explore the use A portfolio must Campuses Outside Sydney CRICOS: 065832M NTIS Code: 91456NSW of colour; explore and apply the creative design process to 2D forms; source and apply design be submitted Armidale, Kingscliff, Newcastle, Port Macquarie, industry knowledge Wagga Wagga, Wollongong A$11,010 - A$11,450 Academic IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) 68 or Certificate 3 in English for Further Study at TAFE NSW orVisit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information equivalent 19331 Diploma of Interactive 1 year Career opportunities: Author-based programmer, computer animator, computer-based 19330 - Certificate 4 Campuses In Sydney Digital Media graphic designer, desktop publisher, digital video-sound editor, illustrator, instructional designer, in Interactive Campbelltown, Design Centre Enmore, North CRICOS: 065897E multimedia developer, multimedia technical support worker Digital Media Sydney, Randwick NTIS Code: CUF50207 Sample modules: Relate to clients on a business level; copyright and royalties; originate Campuses Outside Sydney A$9,780 - A$10,170 and develop the concept; portfolio presentation; create 3D digital character animation; design Hunter Street animation and digital visual effects; design digital simulations; create 3D digital environments 19330 Certificate 4 in 1 year Career opportunities: Animator, game and web designer, programmer, digital video editor and Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Interactive Digital producer, creative director, project manager, graphic and installation artist, desktop publisher, equivalent Campbelltown, Miller, Nepean Media photographer, cinematographer Campuses Outside Sydney CRICOS: 066574E NTIS Code: CUF40207 Sample modules: Introduction to multimedia design issues; using the internet for research; Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC), Hunter operate a word processing application; create digital 3D models; prepare 3D digital models for Street A$9,780 - A$10,170 production; create titles for screen productions; prepare video assets; create storyboards55 Most TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules LocationsNumber and fee range requirements19218 Advanced Diploma of 3 years Career opportunities: Interior designer Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Interior Design equivalent Design Centre Enmore, Lidcombe, Nepean Sample modules: Applied design colour; applied interior design; design for small-to-medium CRICOS: 066728C NTIS Code: LMF60208 scale commercial or institutional interiors; select and apply drawing techniques and media to A portfolio must represent and communicate the concept; produce technical drawings; apply 3D visualisation be submitted A$38, 160 techniques to represent interior designs; produce technical drawings Academic IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) 68 or Certificate 3 in English for Further Study at TAFE NSW or equivalent19217 Diploma of Interior 2 years Career opportunities: Interior decorator Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Design and equivalent Design Centre Enmore, Lidcombe, Nepean Sample modules: Applied design methods; design processes; applied design colour; Decoration restoration decoration; soft materials application; interior design drafting; design sketching and A portfolio must CRICOS: 066730J NTIS Code: LMF50408 presentation skills be submitted A$25,440 Academic IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) 68 or Certificate 3 in English for Further Study at TAFE NSW or equivalent2166 Certificate 3 in 1 year Career opportunities: Soft furnishing specialist Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Soft Furnishings equivalent Lidcombe Sample modules: Machine sew using specific techniques, construct lined or unlined curtains/ CRICOS: 046661E NTIS Code: LMF30902 drapes, calculate fabric quantities for window coverings, fit and adjust curtain hardware, use of Certificate 3 Feb 2011 intake only soft furnishing hand and power tools, manufacture bed linen and table cloths, provide technical in English for A$12,720 advice to customers Further Study or equivalent19219 Diploma of Product 2 years Career opportunities: Assistant product designer or technician in large manufacturing 19230 - Certificate 3 Campuses In Sydney Design companies or design studios in Design Design Centre Enmore, Lidcombe CRICOS: 067093C Fundamentals NTIS Code: 91469NSW Sample modules: Originate and develop concepts; explore and apply the creative design Campuses Outside Sydney or Year 12 or process to 2D forms; explore and apply the creative design process to 3D forms; source and Newcastle A$25,440 equivalent apply design industry knowledge Academic IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) 68 or Certificate 3 in English for Further Study at TAFE NSW or equivalentMost TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirements 19220 Advanced Diploma of 3 years Career opportunities: Product Designer or Technician in large manufacturing companies or Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Product Design and design studios equivalent Design Centre Enmore Innovation Sample modules: Establish, negotiate and refine a design brief; create digital 3D models; A portfolio must Campuses Outside Sydney CRICOS: 067876E NTIS Code: 91470NSW design innovative products; research and apply techniques for graphic design; plan and design be submitted Newcastle manufacturing engineering projects; develop, trial and evaluate prototypes; develop professional A$38,160 Academic IELTS product design business practices 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) 68 or Certificate 3 in English for Further Study at TAFE NSW or equivalent 19233 Advanced Diploma 2 years Career opportunities: Designer for an events or dance company, theatre or live entertainment 19231 - Certificate Campuses In Sydney of Design for Live company 4 in Design Design Centre Enmore Production Theatre Sample modules: Establish and refine a brief; manage design realisation; develop a budget; Academic IELTS and Events manage a budget; source and apply entertainment industry knowledge 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) CRICOS: 068809G NTIS Code: CUE60103 68 or Certificate 3 in English for A$25,440 Further Study at TAFE NSW or equivalent 7807 Diploma of Jewellery 2 years Career opportunities: Jewellery designer or practitioner Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney and Object Design equivalent Design Centre Enmore Sample modules: Jewellery design production; life drawing; photographic and presentation CRICOS: 069892M NTIS Code: 91047NSW skills; drawing and rendering; jewellery design methods A portfolio must be submitted A$25,440 Academic IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT)Visit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information 68 or Certificate 3 in English for Further Study at TAFE NSW or equivalent Engineering Studies TAFE NSW courses in engineering cover a wide range of specialistions for electrical, mechanical engineering and electronics communications. Students gain the skills necessary to work as engineering associates or technical officers in their field of choice, or may undertake further study to gain engineering qualifications. 6443 Advanced Diploma of 2 years Career opportunities: Senior structural engineering design drafter, structural engineering Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Structural Engineering associate equivalent Ultimo CRICOS: 053377F NTIS Code: 91155NSW Sample modules: Produce technical drawing using computer aided drafting (CAD); produce Campuses Outside Sydney engineering drawings for structural steel and reinforced concrete; read, interpret and prepare Newcastle A$29,240 technical drawings for road construction; apply principles of strength of materials to analyse beam and column framed structures; apply project management skills and estimating techniques in civil construction57 Most TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules LocationsNumber and fee range requirements9154 Diploma of 1 year Career opportunities: Engineering technician at level C5 under the Metal, Engineering and Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Engineering Associated Industries Award equivalent Granville (Technical) Sample modules: Organise and communicate information; interact with computing technology; Campuses Outside Sydney CRICOS: 059800C NTIS Code: MEM50205 apply mathematical techniques in a manufacturing engineering or related environment Wollongong A$14,6209163 Advanced Diploma 2 years Career opportunities: Engineering Associate at level C3 under the Metal, Engineering and Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney of Engineering Associated Industries Award equivalent Granville, Mount Druitt, Ultimo (Mechanical) Sample modules: Organise and communicate information; interact with computing technology; Campuses Outside Sydney CRICOS: 060980F NTIS Code: MEM60105 perform engineering activities; manage self in the engineering environment Wollongong A$29,24017908 Advanced Diploma of 2 years Additional Course Information: There is a work placement unit within the course. Work Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Electrical Technology placement hours are completed at an appropriate place of work outside the TAFE college. equivalent Bankstown, Granville, Mount Druitt CRICOS: 066210M NTIS Code: UEE61307 Career opportunities: Electrical Technical Officer/ Engineering Officer/ Engineering Technologist Campuses Outside Sydney Wollongong A$29,240 Sample modules: Apply occupational, health and safety practices in the work place; dismantle, assemble and fabricate electrotechnology components; solve problems in extra-low voltage single path circuits17789 Diploma of Electronics 2 years Additional Course Information: There is a work placement unit within the course. Work Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney and Communications placement hours are completed at an appropriate place of work outside the TAFE college. equivalent Bankstown, Granville, Mount Druitt, Ultimo Engineering Career opportunities: Electronic Equipment tradesperson CRICOS: 066211K NTIS Code: UEE50507 Sample modules: Apply occupational, health and safety practices in the work place; Implement A$29,240 and monitor OHS policies and procedures; Document occupational hazards and risks in electronics; Participate in development and follow a personal competency development plan; Commission electronics and communications systems; Modify-redesign of electronics and communications system17796 Advanced Diploma of 2 years Additional Course Information: There is a work placement unit within the course. Work Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Electronic Technology placement hours are completed at an appropriate place of work outside the TAFE college. equivalent Bankstown, Granville, Mount Druitt, Ultimo CRICOS: 066212J NTIS Code: UEE60307 Career opportunities: Electronics Technical Officer/ Engineering Officer/ Engineering Campuses Outside Sydney Technologist Wollongong A$28,120 - A$29,240 Sample modules: Assemble, set up and test personal computers; use engineering applications software; apply occupational, health and safety practices in the work place; dismantle, assemble and fabricate electrotechnology componentsMost TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirements English Language English language courses provide students with high-level skills in listening, reading, speaking, writing and viewing. Courses range from basic language level to English for academic purposed and develop your literacy skills for further studies and the workplace. n/a General English 5-50 Sample modules: Skills for listening, speaking, reading and writing, pronunciation, vocabulary Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Program (Beginner to weeks extension equivalent Crows Nest, Liverpool, Ultimo Advanced) Campuses Outside Sydney A$340 per week for 20 weeks Kingscliff, Newcastle, Port Macquarie, Wollongong or less A$320 per week for more than 20 weeks 4194 Certificate 3 in English 5-20 Sample modules: Advanced skills for reading, speaking writing, listening, study skills, oral and Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney for Further Studies weeks written presentation skills equivalent Crows Nest, Liverpool, Ultimo CRICOS: 049258C NTIS Code: 91342NSW Campuses Outside Sydney Kingscliff, Newcastle, Port Macquarie, Wollongong A$340 per week for 20 weeks or less A$320 per week for more than 20 weeks 7159 Certificate 4 in 5-20 Sample modules: Academic writing, listening, note taking, reading comprehension, academic Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney English for Academic weeks speech for oral presentations and seminars, integrated study skills, grammar, vocabulary, equivalent Liverpool, Ultimo Purposes pronunciation and computer literacy CRICOS: 071168K NTIS Code: 91459NSW A$340 per week for 20 weeks or less A$320 per week for more than 20 weeks Environmental TestingVisit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information This laboratory-based course develops knowledge of physical, biological, environmental concepts and the use of applied data for testing and monitoring. 17379 Diploma of Laboratory 2 years Career opportunities: Laboratory technician or technical officer in a biological or environmental Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Technology laboratory equivalent Granville, Ultimo (Specialising in Sample modules: Perform microbiological tests; perform molecular biology tests/procedures; Biological and apply routine spectrometric techniques; prepare, standardise and use solutions; perform aseptic Environmental techniques Testing) CRICOS: 056503C NTIS Code: PML50104 A$27,000 17470 Diploma of 2 years Career opportunities: Environmental technician or environmental technical officer 17376 - Certificate Campuses Outside Sydney Environmental 3 in Laboratory Newcastle Sample modules: Inform and educate clients on sustainability issues; process and interpret Monitoring and Skills or 17377 data; monitor and control air quality; undertake environmental project work; design and supervise Technology - Certificate 4 complex environmental field surveys; develop waste management strategies; identify and CRICOS: 065596E in Laboratory NTIS Code: 91411NSW manage contaminated sites Techniques or Year A$27,000 12 or equivalent59 Most TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirements 17471 Certificate 4 in 1 year Career opportunities: Environmental technician or environmental technical officer. 17376 - Certificate 3 Campuses Outside Sydney Environmental in Laboratory Wollongong Sample modules: Inform and educate clients on sustainability issues; communicate with other Monitoring and Skills or Year 12 or people; process and interpret data; use laboratory application software Technology equivalent CRICOS: 065814B NTIS Code: 91412NSW A$13,500Equine (Horse) StudiesIf you have a passion for working with horses, equine studies covers a number of topics which develop your skills to care for horses and provide general first aid, attend to their nutritional needs and prevent and treat equine injury anddisease. Career options include work as a farrier or in a number of other equine industry areas such as a stud farm, pony club, or riding training business. 7276 Certificate 2 in Horse 0.5 year Career opportunities: Horse grooming Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Industry Operations equivalent Richmond Sample modules: Prepare to work in the performance horse industry; handle horses safely; (Performance Horse) support intensive livestock work; carry out regular horse observation; demonstrate basic Campuses Outside Sydney CRICOS: 053725B NTIS Code: 91183NSW horseriding skills; handle horses safely Goulburn, Scone A$5,515 - A$5,735 7280 Certificate 3 in Horse 1 year Career opportunities: Senior horse groom, stable foreman or stud hand Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Industry Practice equivalent Richmond Sample modules: Handle young horses; operate tractors; handle and care for stallions; prevent (Performance Horse) and treat equine injury and disease; demonstrate basic horseriding skills Campuses Outside Sydney CRICOS: 053726A NTIS Code: 91189NSW Goulburn, Scone A$11,030 - A$11,470 S7300 Diploma of Horse 1.5 Career opportunities: Manager in the horse industry, feed and pharmaceutical companies, 7280 - Certificate 3 Campuses In Sydney Industry Management years bloodstock agents, or as horse industry educator in Horse Richmond CRICOS: 059801B Industry Practice NTIS Code: 91338NSW Sample modules: Manage horse health using selected therapies; evaluate horse conformation; Campuses Outside Sydney (Performance manage fitness in horses; manage equine nutrition; manage the implementation of an emergency Scone A$17,205 Horse) disease or plant pest control program 18403 Certificate 3 in Racing 1 year Career opportunities: Advanced Stablehand for a thoroughbred racing stable Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney (Advanced Stable equivalent Richmond Sample modules: Attend horses at trackwork; attend horses at race meetings and trials; Hand) supervise handling of horses; supervise transportation of horses; identify factors that affect CRICOS: 068330J NTIS Code: RGR30208 racehorse performance; provide first aid and emergency care for horses A$11,470 18404 Certificate 4 in Racing 1 year Career opportunities: Racehorse trainer for a thoroughbred racing stable 18403 - Campuses In Sydney (Racehorse Trainer) Certificate 3 in Richmond Sample modules: Implement stable operations; supervise handling of horses; promote and CRICOS: 065808M Racing (Advanced NTIS Code: RGR40108 maintain business arrangements with racehorse owners; relate animal welfare to track and Stable Hand) environmental conditions; assess conformation of horses A$11,470 18302 Certificate 3 in Racing 1 year Career opportunities: Trackrider for a thoroughbred racing stable Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney (Trackrider) equivalent Richmond Sample modules: Apply first aid; communicate in the workplace; comply with the rules of racing CRICOS: 065809K NTIS Code: RGR30108 and related protocols; manage personal health and fitness; follow occupational, health and safety procedures and observe environmental work practices A$11,030 - A$11,470Most TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirements 18407 Diploma of Racing 0.5 year Career opportunities: Independent trainer in a thoroughbred racing stable 18404 - Campuses In Sydney (Thoroughbred Certificate 4 in Richmond Sample modules: Develop workplace policy and procedures for sustainability; participate Trainer) Racing (Racehorse in media interviews for racing; promote and maintain business arrangements with racehorse CRICOS: 068173F Trainer) NTIS Code: RGR50102 owners A$5,735 Fashion Technology and Theatre Costume If you seek a career in the fashion industry as a designer, patternmaker, event coordinator and merchandiser TAFE NSW has a range of courses to develop your skills and knowledge in areas such as illustration, fashion drawing, cutting and colouring techniques, cost estimates for garment production, colour theory and 3D garment development. 19539 Certificate 4 in 1 year Career opportunities: Costume maker, art-finisher, costume maintenance and stand-by Year 12 or Campuses Outside Sydney Costume wardrobe officer equivalent Wollongbar CRICOS: 068810D NTIS Code: CUF40507 Sample modules: Colour theory for costume; working drawings for costume; work placement for costume; research and development for costume; performing arts industry overview; costume A$12,720 construction techniques; costume making 19213 Certificate 4 in 1 year Career opportunities: Design assistant in the garment, accessory and fabric print industry; Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Fashion Design wholesale sales for manufacturers and fashion/textile agents; fashion retail sales and marketing; equivalent Ultimo Industry Practice fashion visual merchandising in wholesale and retail; fashion styling for publications and the web, A portfolio must Campuses Outside Sydney CRICOS: 062586M and fashion promotion and public relations. NTIS Code: 91415NSW be submitted Wollongong West Sample modules: Undertake marketing activities; select and apply drawing techniques and A$12,230 - A$12,720 Academic IELTS media to represent and communicate the concept; apply colour theory in response to a brief 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) 68 or Certificate 3 in English for Further Study at TAFE NSW or equivalentVisit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information 19558 Diploma of Applied 2 years Career opportunities: Assistant designer, product developer, assistant patternmaker and Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Fashion Design and grader, CAD operator, specification technician, fashion prototype developer, assistant production equivalent Macquarie Fields, Ultimo Technology manager, assistant supply chain manager, assistant brand manager, and fashion merchandiser Campuses Outside Sydney CRICOS: 064411G NTIS Code: LMT50307 Sample modules: Identify fibres and fabrics; modify patterns to create basic styles; draw and Newcastle, Port Macquarie, Wollongbar interpret a basic sketch; identify fabric performance and handling requirements A$26,460 19557 Certificate 4 in 1 year Career opportunities: Assistant in design, product development, patternmaking, grading, Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Applied Fashion specification development and CAD operations in the fashion industry equivalent Macquarie Fields, Ultimo Design and Sample modules: Identify fibres and fabrics; modify patterns to create basic styles; draw and Campuses Outside Sydney Technology interpret a basic sketch; identify fabric performance and handling requirements Coffs Harbour, Port Macquarie, Wollongbar, CRICOS: 064413E NTIS Code: LMT41007 Wollongong West 13,23061 Most TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirements 19214 Diploma of Fashion 2 years Career opportunities: Fashion designer in areas such as couture design; garment, accessory Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Design and fabric print design; wholesale sales and merchandising for manufacturers, retailers, equivalent Ultimo CRICOS: 069168F wholesalers and fashion/textile agents; styling for fashion publications and the internet, and NTIS Code: 91488NSW A portfolio must fashion promotion and public relations. be submitted A$25,440 Sample modules: Develop and articulate concept for own work; originate concept for own work Academic IELTS and conduct critical discourse; research and apply techniques for illustrative work; cut fabrics for 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) prototype designs; design colour schemes for fashion; design prints for fashion fabrics; design 68 or Certificate 3 ready-to-wear collections; research and experiment with techniques for fashion fabrics; evaluate in English for fashion marketing activities Further Study at TAFE NSW or equivalent 19215 Advanced Diploma of 1 year Career opportunities: Fashion designer in areas such as couture design; garment, accessory 19214 - Diploma Campuses In Sydney Fashion Design and fabric print design; wholesale sales and merchandising for manufacturers, retailers, of Fashion Design Ultimo CRICOS: 069169E wholesalers and fashion/textile agents; styling for fashion publications, and/or fashion promotion NTIS Code: 91489NSW Academic IELTS and public relations. 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) A$12,720 Sample modules: Implement design solutions; establish, negotiate and refine a design brief; 68 or Certificate 3 manage design realisation; drape fabrics to make patterns; analyse fit model; plan, prepare and in English for present a signature collection of work Further Study at TAFE NSW or equivalentFine ArtsCourses in the fine arts are available for practising and emerging artists who wish to gain skills in studio-based practical techniques and develop their personal style. You can seek a career in the visual arts and contemporary crafts, orwork as a ceramicist, sculptor or potter. Major works can also be undertaken in art forms such as painting, drawing, sculpture, photo media and printmaking. 7565 Diploma of Ceramics 2 years Career opportunities: Artist or ceramics craftsperson, studio production potter, exhibiting Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney CRICOS: 019919G ceramic artist, manufacturer of limited production run ceramics equivalent Campbelltown, Hornsby, Northern Beaches, NTIS Code: 90342NSW Sutherland/Gymea Sample modules: Occupational, health and safetly in the visual arts; design applications; A portfolio must A$23,620 applied material techniques; applied design; ceramics presentation be submitted Campuses Outside Sydney Lismore Academic IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) 68 or Certificate 3 in English for Further Study at TAFE NSW or equivalent 7530 Certificate 4 in Fine 1 year Career opportunities: Artist, arts assistant, technical assistant. Specialised project based Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Arts employment positions are also available in painting, sculpture, drawing, printmaking and equivalent Campbelltown CRICOS: 021959D art photography. Opportunities also exist in arts related areas such as digital art, ceramics, NTIS Code: 90341NSW A portfolio must Campuses Outside Sydney community arts, art galleries, museums, design, illustration, teaching, arts consultancy, be submitted Hunter Street, Lismore A$11,360 - A$11,810 administration, picture framing, conservation and set construction. Academic IELTS Sample modules: Occupational, health and safetly for the artist; exhibition practice; drawing, 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) general; history/theory cultural productions; professional practice presentation; drawing from the 68 or Certificate 3 visible world; drawing the human figure in English for Further Study at TAFE NSW or equivalentMost TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirements 7566 Advanced Diploma of 3 years Career opportunities: Artist or ceramics craftsperson and sculptor Year 12 or Campuses Outside Sydney Ceramics equivalent Lismore Sample modules: Occupational, health and safety in the visual arts; design applications; CRICOS: 042937C NTIS Code: 90798NSW history/theory cultural productions; professional practice presentation; ceramic technology; Academic IELTS ceramics exhibition practice 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) A$35,430 68 or Certificate 3 in English for Further Study at TAFE NSW or equivalent 7539 Certificate 4 in 1 year Career opportunities: Photographic assistant Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Photoimaging equivalent Nepean, Ultimo Sample modules: Prepare, store and maintain finished work; integrate colour theory and CRICOS: 053375G NTIS Code: CUV40403 design processes in response to a brief; use a 35mm SLR camera or digital equivalent; produce A portfolio must graphics using a graphics application; use and extend wet darkroom techniques to produce be submitted A$11,810 monochrome photographs; produce digital images Academic IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) 68 or Certificate 3 in English for Further Study at TAFE NSW or equivalent 19112 Certificate 2 in 0.5 year Career opportunities: Artist, art and craft assistant Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Visual Arts and equivalent Campbelltown Sample modules: Use and extend wet darkroom techniques to produce monochrome Contemporary Craft photographs; apply techniques to produce video art; apply techniques to produce jewellery; Campuses Outside Sydney CRICOS: 056982E NTIS Code: CUV20103 apply techniques to produce sculpture; explore the use of colour; make presentations; develop Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC), Great and articulate concept for own work; use drawing techniques to represent the object or idea Lakes A$5,905 19145 Diploma of Fine Arts 2 years Career opportunities: Artist, teacher of fine arts Year 12 or Campuses In SydneyVisit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information CRICOS: 067895B equivalent Campbelltown, Hornsby, Meadowbank, Nepean, NTIS Code: 91477NSW Sample modules: Select and prepare work for exhibition; produce digital images; research and Northern Beaches experiment with techniques to produce drawings A portfolio must A$22,720 - A$23,620 be submitted Campuses Outside Sydney Armidale, Hunter Street, Lismore Academic IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) 68 or Certificate 3 in English for Further Study at TAFE NSW or equivalent63 Most TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirements 19123 Certificate 3 in 1 year Career opportunities: Ceramics assistant or craftsperson 19112 - Campuses In Sydney Ceramics Certificate 2 in Campbelltown, Hornsby, Northern Beaches Sample modules: Explore and apply the creative design process to 3D forms; participate in CRICOS: 068811C Visual Arts and NTIS Code: 91486NSW occupational, health and safetly processes; develop, refine and communicate concept for own Contemporary work A$11,810 Craft or Year 10 or equivalent Academic IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) 68 or Certificate 3 in English for Further Study at TAFE NSW or equivalent 19114 Certificate 4 in 1 year Career opportunities: Artist or crafts worker, arts assistant contemporary crafts related work Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Visual Arts and equivalent Hornsby, Meadowbank, Northern Beaches Sample modules: Apply techniques to produce ceramics; apply techniques to produce digital Contemporary Craft images; apply techniques to produce paintings originate concept for own work and conduct Campuses Outside Sydney CRICOS: 069160C NTIS Code: CUV40103 critical discourse Hunter Street A$11,810 19146 Advanced Diploma of 1 year Career opportunities: Artist, teacher of fine arts 19145 - Diploma Campuses In Sydney Fine Arts of Fine Arts Campbelltown, Hornsby, Meadowbank, Northern Sample modules: Manage budgets and financial plans; manage projects; research and critically CRICOS: 069572E Beaches NTIS Code: 90339NSW analyse history and theory of cultural productions from 1960 to the present; refine and evaluate Academic IELTS life, studio and object drawing; refine and evaluate interdisciplinary drawing context support 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) Campuses Outside Sydney A$11,810 68 or Certificate 3 Wollongong West in English for Further Study at TAFE NSW or equivalentFood TestingDevelop the skills and knowledge to work safely as a technical officer in the food sector. Learn how to competently perform a wide range of activities requiring the application of technical and scientific knowledge and acquire thenecessary skills to test samples, communicate information to customers, analyse and report data as it applies to the food manufacturing industry. 17382 Diploma of Laboratory 2 years Career opportunities: Laboratory technician or technical officer Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Technology equivalent Ultimo Sample modules: Perform microscopic examination; perform food tests; perform food (Specialising in Food analyses; perform biological procedures Testing) CRICOS: 056510D NTIS Code: PML50104 A$27,000Most TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirements Hairdressing For a career in hairdressing TAFE NSW offers both academic and practical training. Courses are designed to enable you to become a hairdresser, salon receptionist, manager or salon owner. With a combination of theoretical and salon-based assessment, students gain practical skills and knowledge of haircutting and styling techniques for men and women, creative cutting and bridal styling. 17362 Certificate 2 in 0.5 year Career opportunities: Salon assistant or hairdressing receptionist Year 10 or Campuses Outside Sydney Hairdressing equivalent Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC), Kingscliff, Sample modules: Prepare clients for salon services; maintain tools and equipment; maintain CRICOS: 059881G Port Macquarie, Wollongbar NTIS Code: WRH20106 and organise work areas; follow personal health and safety routines at work; perform head, neck and shoulder massage A$7,570 - A$7,875 17528 Certificate 3 in 1 year Additional information: There is a work placement unit within the course. Work placement Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Hairdressing hours are completed at an appropriate place of work outside the TAFE college. equivalent Ultimo (TONI&GUY) Career opportunities: Hairdresser. Successful completion of this course will allow you to apply CRICOS: 060256A NTIS Code: WRH30106 for positions in hairdressing salons in Australia and around the world including TONI&GUY salons in 35 countries. A$23,500 Sample modules: Colour and lighten hair; design and perform full and partial highlighting techniques; perform colour correction S17528 Certificate 3 in 1 year Career opportunities: Hairdresser. Successful completion of this course will allow you to apply Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Hairdressing for positions in hairdressing salons in Australia and around the world, including TONY&GUY equivalent Ultimo (TONI&GUY) salons in 35 countries. CRICOS: 060256A NTIS Code: WRH30106 Sample modules: Colour and lighten hair; design and perform full and partial highlighting techniques; perform colour correction A$23,500 "S" denotes stand-alone course 17529 Certificate 4 in 0.5 year Career opportunities: Salon supervisor, salon owner 17528 - Campuses In Sydney Hairdressing Certificate 3 in Ultimo Sample modules: Perform on scalp full head and re-touch bleach services; solve complex (TONI&GUY) Hairdressing colour problems; design and perform creative haircuts; design and apply long hair design finishesVisit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information CRICOS: 060257M (TONI&GUY) NTIS Code: WRH40106 A$11,440 17519 Diploma of 0.5 year Career opportunities: Salon supervisor, salon owner or manager Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Hairdressing Salon equivalent Ultimo Sample modules: Manage hairdressing services and sales delivery; promote a hairdressing Management business; provide a safe working environment; recruit and select personnel; lead and manage 17528 - (TONI&GUY) people Certificate 3 in CRICOS: 060805K NTIS Code: WRH50106 Hairdressing (TONI&GUY) A$7,000 S17519 Diploma of 0.5 year Career opportunities: Salon owner or manager 17528 - Certificate Campuses In Sydney Hairdressing Salon 3 in Hairdressing Ultimo Sample modules: manage hairdressing services and sales delivery; promote a Management (TONI&GUY) hairdressing business; provide a safe working environment; recruit and select personnel; lead (TONI&GUY) and manage people CRICOS: 060805K NTIS Code: WRH50106 "S" denotes stand-alone course A$7,00065 Most TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirements 19576 Certificate 3 in 1 year Additional information: There is a work placement unit within the course. Work placement Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Hairdressing hours are completed at an appropriate place of work outside the TAFE college. equivalent Bankstown, Granville, Meadowbank, Mount Druitt, CRICOS: 070679F Petersham, Ultimo NTIS Code: WRH30109 Career opportunities: Hairdresser, salon supervisor, salon owner Campuses Outside Sydney A$15,750 - A$16,380 Sample modules: Combine haircut structures on women; combine haircut structures for Albury, Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC), traditional and classic designs on men; apply graduated haircut structures; maintain tools and Dubbo, Gosford, Griffith, Kingscliff, Orange, Port equipment; perform chemical straightening and relaxing services; perform colour correction; Macquarie, Wagga Wagga, Wollongbar, Wollongong colour and lighten hair; work effectively in a retail environment; apply safe working practices; sell West products and services 19574 Certificate 4 in 0.5 year Career opportunities: Senior hairdresser, salon supervisor, salon owner 19576 - Certificate 3 Campuses In Sydney Hairdressing in Hairdressing Granville, Medowbank, Mount Druitt, Petersham, Ultimo Sample modules: Coordinate work teams; maintain store safety; perform on scalp full head and CRICOS: 070680B NTIS Code: WRH40106 re-touch bleach services; solve complex colour problems; design and perform creative haircuts Campuses Outside Sydney Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC), A$8,655 Wollongong West, Gosford, Griffith, Kingscliff, Newcastle Port Macquarie, Wollongbar 19575 Diploma of 0.5 year Career opportunities: Salon supervisor, salon owner 19574 - Certificate 4 Campuses In Sydney Hairdressing Salon in Hairdressing Bankstown, Granville, Meadowbank, Mount Druitt, Sample modules: Manage small business finances; recruit and select personnel; lead and Management Petersham, Ultimo manage people; provide a safe working environment; manage hairdressing services and sales CRICOS: 070681A NTIS Code: WRH50109 delivery Campuses Outside Sydney Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC), Gosford, A$6,820 - A$7,000 Hamilton, Kingscliff, Newcastle, Port Macquarie, Wollongbar, Wollongong WestHealth and BeautyYou will gain the skills and knowledge to undertake practical, professional work in beauty salons, providing skin and body treatments, manicures and pedicures, massage treatments and applying cosmetics. Students can choose fromcourses on makeup services, nail technology, and retail cosmetic service. Training also covers industry ethics and codes of professional behaviour. 18274 Certificate 4 in 1 year Career opportunities: Aromatherapist Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Aromatherapy equivalent Katoomba Sample modules: Confirm physical health status; communicate effectively with clients; CRICOS: 062171A NTIS Code: HLT42707 administer a practice; plan aromatherapy treatment; provide aromatherapy treatment; develop aromatherapy products; provide aromatherapy massage treatment A$13,460 - A$14,000 17354 Certificate 3 in Beauty 1 year Career opportunities: Beautician, nail technician, salon manager Year 10 or Campuses Outside Sydney Services equivalent Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC), Gosford, Sample modules: Beauty services skill development; provide manicure and pedicare services CRICOS: 053698M Newcastle, Port Macquarie NTIS Code: WRB30104 A$14,000 S17354 Certificate 3 in Beauty 0.5 year Career opportunities: Beautician, nail technician, salon manager Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Services equivalent Mount Druitt Sample modules: Beauty services skill development; provide manicure and pedicare services CRICOS: 053698M NTIS Code: WRB30104 Campuses Outside Sydney Albury, Griffith, Wagga Wagga A$6,730 - A$,7000 17403 Certificate 4 in Beauty 1 year Career opportunities: Beauty therapist Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Therapy equivalent Mount Druitt, North Sydney, Petersham, Ultimo Sample modules: Advise on beauty services; design and apply make-up; provide lash and CRICOS: 056479J NTIS Code: WRB40105 brow treatments; provide facial treatments; provide temporary epilation and bleaching treatments Campuses Outside Sydney Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC), Port A$13,460 - A$14,000 Macquarie, Wollongong WestMost TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirements 17404 Diploma of Beauty 2 years Career opportunities: Beauty therapist, beauty salon manager Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Therapy equivalent Ultimo Sample modules: Apply knowledge of nail science to nail services; apply knowledge of skin CRICOS: 057501G NTIS Code: WRB50105 biology to beauty treatments; advise on beauty services Campuses Outside Sydney Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC), Port A$28,000 Macquarie, Wagga Wagga Horticulture For people who want work outdoors, the horticulture courses offer a wide range of study options from recognition of plants, cultivation and pruning, through to floriculture and landscape design. Career opportunities include work as a landscape supervisor, a fruit grower, or operator of a private consulting business in a rural or urban environment; employment may also be available in nurseries, public gardens and parks. 1514 Certificate 2 in 0.5 year Career opportunities: Horticulture assistant, landscaping assistant, parks and gardens Year 10 or Campuses Outside Sydney Horticulture assistant, arboriculture assistant, floriculture assistant, retail and/or wholesale nursery assistant equivalent Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC), CRICOS: 048597C Wollongbar NTIS Code: RTF20103 Sample modules: Maintain drainage systems; follow site quarantine procedures; prepare turf surfaces for play; support turf establishment; tend nursery plants; construct low-profile timber or A$5,515 - A$5,735 modular retaining walls 1586 Certificate 3 in 1 year Career opportunities: Horticulturist, arborist, floriculturist, landscaper, nursery person, Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Horticulture gardener, greenkeeper equivalent Padstow, Wentworth Falls CRICOS: 050271G NTIS Code: RTF30103 Sample modules: Control weeds; coordinate a crop regulation program; coordinate horticultural Campuses Outside Sydney crop harvesting; install drainage systems; provide on-the-job training support; construct turf Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC), Primary A$11,030 - A$11,470 playing surfaces Industries Centre, Tamworth, Wollongbar 1587 Certificate 4 in 1 year Career opportunities: Supervisor in the parks and gardens, landscape, turf, nursery, Year 10 or Campuses Outside Sydney Horticulture arboriculture and floriculture industries equivalent Tamworth, Wollongbar CRICOS: 051651J NTIS Code: RTF40103 Sample modules: Analyse and present research information; implement and monitor environmental policies; recommend plants and cultural practices; supervise landscape project A$11,470 works 1705 Diploma of 2 years Career opportunities: Horticultural enterprise manager or business manager in the landscape Year 12 or Campuses In SydneyVisit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information Horticulture industry equivalent Padstow, Richmond, Ryde (Landscape) Sample modules: Conduct operational inspection of park facilities; control plant pests, diseases CRICOS: 052895C NTIS Code: RTF50403 and disorders; plan and develop a business website; implement and monitor environmental policies; operate within a budget framework; manage cultural processes in an indigenous organisation A$22,060 - A$22,940 7736 Certificate 3 in 1 year Career opportunities: Florist Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Floristry equivalent Padstow, Ryde, Ultimo Sample modules: Create floristry designs using hand tied techniques; create floristry designs CRICOS: 053372M NTIS Code: WRF30104 using wiring techniques; create floristry designs using a base medium A$11,470 1589 Diploma of 2 years Additional information: There is a work placement unit within the course. Work placement Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Horticulture hours are completed at an appropriate place of work outside the TAFE college. equivalent Padstow CRICOS: 053376G NTIS Code: RTF50103 Career opportunities: Horticultural enterprise manager or business manager in the parks and Campuses Outside Sydney gardens, landscape, turf, nursery, arboriculture and floriculture industries Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC), A$22,940 Wollongbar Sample modules: Prepare a landscape project design; manage a controlled growing environment; manage plant cultural practices for amenity horticulture; assess trees; develop a plan for a hydroponic system67 Most TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirements S1589 Diploma of 2 years Career opportunities: Horticultural enterprise manager or business manager in the parks and Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Horticulture (includes gardens, landscape, turf, nursery, arboriculture and floriculture industries equivalent Padstow, Ryde Certificate 3 in Sample modules: Prepare a landscape project design; manage a controlled growing Campuses Outside Sydney Horticulture 1586) environment; manage plant cultural practices for amenity horticulture; assess trees; develop a Primary Industries Centre CRICOS: 053376G NTIS Code: RTF50103 plan for a hydroponic system A$22,060 - A$22,940 1605 Diploma of 2 years Career opportunities: Manager or owner of a horticultural/arboricultural enterprises or business Year 12 or Campuses Outside Sydney Horticulture equivalent Wollongbar Sample modules: Install irrigation systems; maintain and monitor environmental work practices; (Arboriculture) develop a crop regulation program; supervise horticultural crop harvesting; analyse and present CRICOS: 055726G NTIS Code: RTF50203 research information; implement and monitor environmental policies A$22,940HospitalityCareer opportunities for graduates of the hospitality, commercial cookery, and baking courses include food and beverage manager, chef, commercial cooks, bakers in hot bread shops, cake stores or in-store bakeries, smallrestaurant owners, or managers in conference centres and hotels. S18114 Certificate 4 in 0.5 year Career opportunities: Food and beverage supervisor, front office supervisor, concierge, butler Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Hospitality equivalent Baulkham Hills, Mount Druitt, Nepean, Ultimo Sample modules: Provide quality customer service; work with colleagues and customers; CRICOS: 065588G NTIS Code: SIT40307 provide housekeeping services to guests; clean and maintain kitchen premises; package Campuses Outside Sydney prepared foodstuffs; complete retail liquor sales; prepare and serve espresso coffee Kurri Kurri A$7,030 6092 Certificate 3 in Food 2 years Career opportunities: Retail baker, pastrycook manager of a retail baking business Year 10 or Campuses Outside Sydney Processing (Retail equivalent Hamilton Sample modules: Prepare fillings; produce pastry; form and fill pastry products; produce bread Baking Combined) dough; scale and mould dough for intermediate proof; follow work procedures to maintain food CRICOS: 051194G NTIS Code: FDF30703 safety; follow work procedures to maintain health and safety A$28,120 S6092 Certificate 3 in Food 1 year Career opportunities: Retail baker, pastrycook manager of a retail baking business Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Processing (Retail equivalent Ultimo Sample modules: Prepare fillings; produce pastry; form and fill pastry products; produce bread Baking Combined) dough; scale and mould dough for intermediate proof; follow work procedures to maintain food Campuses Outside Sydney (includes Certificate safety; follow work procedures to maintain health and safety. Note: This is an accelerated course Hamilton 4 in Hospitality (Patisserie) -18064) CRICOS: 051194G NTIS Code: FDF30703 A$14,060 2616 Certificate 3 in 0.5 year Career opportunities: Dietetic assistant or nutrition assistant in public and private hospitals Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Nutrition and Dietetic equivalent Ultimo Sample modules: Assist with the screening of dietary requirements and special diets; Assistance prepare foods suitable for a range of food service settings; follow basic food safety practices; Campuses Outside Sydney CRICOS: 062414J NTIS Code: HLT31507 work effectively with culturally diverse clients and co-workers; apply and monitor food safety Wyong requirements A$7,030Most TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirements 18063 Certificate 3 in 1 year Additional Course Information: There is a 100 hour work placement unit within the course, up Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Hospitality (Patisserie) to 40 hours will be completed in a simulated class activity, with the rest being completed at an equivalent Campbelltown, Meadowbank, Padstow, Ultimo CRICOS: 064956G appropriate place of work outside the TAFE college. NTIS Code: SIT31107 Campuses Outside Sydney Career opportunities: Patisserie cook Hamilton, Wollongbar A$15,750 Sample modules: Present desserts; prepare bakery products for patisseries; prepare desserts to meet special dietary requirements; prepare and display sugar work; plan, prepare and display sweet buffet showpieces 18116 Advanced Diploma of 0.5 year Additional Course Information: There is a 280 hour work placement unit within the course. Up Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Hospitality to 100 hours will be completed in a simulated class activity, with the rest being completed at an equivalent Baulkham Hills, Campbelltown, Nepean, Northern CRICOS: 065354C appropriate place of work outside the TAFE College. Beaches, Ryde, Ultimo, Wentworth Falls NTIS Code: SIT60307 18115 - Diploma Career opportunities: Food and beverage manager, secretary/manager, cafe‚ or small of Hospitality Campuses Outside Sydney A$7,030 restaurant owner, motel owner/manager, rooms division manager Hamilton, Kurri Kurri, Ourimbah, Wollongong Sample modules: Prepare, cook and serve food for menus; provide and coordinate hospitality service; clean and maintain kitchen premises; develop cost effective menus; manage a franchise operation; produce simple word processed documents S18116 Advanced Diploma of 2 years Career opportunities: Food and beverage manager, secretary/manager, cafe‚ or small Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Hospitality restaurant owner, motel owner/ manager, rooms division manager equivalent Northern Beaches, Ryde, Ultimo CRICOS: 065354C NTIS Code: SIT60307 Sample modules: Prepare, cook and serve food for menus; provide and coordinate hospitality Campuses Outside Sydney service; clean and maintain kitchen premises; develop cost effective menus; manage a franchise Orange, Wagga Wagga, Wollongong A$27,040 - A$28,120 operation; produce simple word processed documents 18073 Certificate 3 1 year Career opportunities: Qualified trade cook Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney in Hospitality equivalent Baulkham Hills, Campbelltown, Crows Nest, Mount Sample modules: Organise and prepare food; present food; receive and store kitchen supplies; (Commercial Cookery) Druitt, Nepean, Northern Beaches, Ryde, Wentworth clean and maintain kitchen premises; use basic methods of cookery CRICOS: 065355B Falls NTIS Code: SIT30807 Campuses Outside Sydney A$15,750 - A$16,380Visit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information Grafton, Hamilton, Kingscliff, Kurri Kurri, Nowra, Ourimbah, Port Macquarie, Wollongbar, Wollongong 18084 Certificate 4 in 1 year Career opportunities: Caterer, catering supervisor Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Hospitality (Catering equivalent Padstow, Ryde Sample modules: Organise and prepare food; present food; receive and store kitchen supplies; Operations) clean and maintain kitchen premises; use basic methods of cookery; develop cost effective menus CRICOS: 065356A NTIS Code: SIT40607 A$14,060 S18115 Diploma of Hospitality 2 years Additional Course Information: There is a 480 hour work placement unit within the course. Up Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney (includes Certificate 3 to 100 hours will be completed in a simulated class activity, with the rest being completed at an equivalent Baulkham Hills, Campbelltown, Crows Nest, Nepean, in Commercial appropriate place of work outside the TAFE College. Northern Beaches, Ryde, Sutherland/Loftus, Ultimo, Cookery 18073) Wentworth Falls, Wetherill Park Career opportunities: Restaurant manager, kitchen manager, front office manager, motel CRICOS: 065360E NTIS Code: SIT50307 manager, catering manager Campuses Outside Sydney Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC), Grafton, A$29,800 - A$31,000 Sample modules: Provide quality customer service; manage quality customer service; prepare Hamilton, Kingscliff, Kurri Kurri, Orange, Ourimbah, stocks and soups for Asian cuisines; provide and coordinate food and beverage service; provide Port Macquarie, Wagga Wagga, Wollongbar, and coordinate hospitality service Wollongong69 Most TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules LocationsNumber and fee range requirementsS2S18115 Diploma of Hospitality 2 years Additional Course Information: There is a 480 hour work placement unit within the course. Up Year 12 or Campuses Outside Sydney (includes Certificate 3 to 100 hours will be completed in a simulated class activity, with the rest being completed at an equivalent Nowra in Commercial appropriate place of work outside the TAFE college. Cookery 2662) Career opportunities: Cook or chef in restaurants, hotels, resorts, clubs, cafes, cafeterias CRICOS: 065360E NTIS Code: SIT50307 and coffee shops. food and beverage manager, rooms division manager, operations manager, hospitality manager A$31,000 Sample modules: Manage quality customer service; control and order stock; managing customer service; establish/maintain a safe/secure workplace; produce appetisers and snacks for Asian cuisines; provide and coordinate food and beverage service; provide and coordinate hospitality service18115 Diploma of Hospitality 1.5 Career opportunities: Restaurant manager, kitchen manager, front office manager, motel Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney CRICOS: 065361D years manager, catering manager equivalent Campbelltown, Nepean, Northern Beaches, Ryde, NTIS Code: SIT50307 Ultimo Sample modules: Monitor work operations; coach others in job skills; monitor work operations; A$20,280 - A$21,090 establish and conduct business relationships Campuses Outside Sydney Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC), Grafton, Hamilton, Kingscliff, Kurri Kurri, Ourimbah, Port Macquarie, Wollongbar, WollongongA18115 Diploma of Hospitality 21 Career opportunities: Restaurant manager, kitchen manager, front office manager, motel Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney (includes Certificate 3 months manager, catering manager equivalent Campbelltown in Commercial Sample modules: Manage quality customer service; control and order stock; managing Cookery 18073) customer service; establish/maintain a safe/secure workplace; produce appetisers and snacks CRICOS: 065361D NTIS Code: SIT50307 for Asian cuisines; provide and coordinate food and beverage service; A$31,000N18115 Diploma of Hospitality 1 year Career opportunities: Restaurant manager, kitchen manager, front office manager, motel Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney CRICOS: 065361D manager, catering manager equivalent Baulkham Hills, Campbelltown, Nepean, Wetherill NTIS Code: SIT50307 Park Sample modules: Manage quality customer service; control and order stock; managing A$14,060 customer service; establish/maintain a safe/secure workplace; produce appetisers and snacks Campuses Outside Sydney for Asian cuisines; provide and coordinate food and beverage service; Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC), Grafton, Kingscliff, Kurri Kurri, Port Macquarie, WollongbarP18115 Diploma of Hospitality 2 years Career opportunities: Pastry chef or manager in a hospitality business or retail outlet. Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney (includes Certificate 3 equivalent Meadowbank Sample modules: Provide quality customer service; lead and manage people; manage quality in Hospitality customer service; receive store stock; prepare pastries, cakes and yeast goods; plan and Patisserie-18063) prepare food for buffets; prepare chocolate and chocolate confectionery; package prepared CRICOS: 065361D NTIS Code: SIT50307 foodstuffs A$31,50018114 Certificate 4 in 1 year Career opportunities: Food and beverage supervisor, front office supervisor, concierge, butler Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Hospitality equivalent Northern Beaches, Ryde, Ultimo Sample modules: Provide and coordinate hospitality service; provide quality customer service; CRICOS: 065588G NTIS Code: SIT40307 provide food and beverage service; provide room service; develop and update food and Campuses Outside Sydney beverage knowledge; plan and monitor espresso coffee service; serve food and beverage to Armidale, Cessnock, Coffs Harbour Education A$13,520 - A$14,060 customers Campus (CHEC), Dubbo, Grafton, Hamilton, Kingscliff, Kurri Kurri, Maitland, Mudgee, Ourimbah, Port Macquarie, Tamworth, WollongbarMost TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirements 18064 Certificate 4 in 1 year Career opportunities: Patisserie cook Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Hospitality (Patisserie) equivalent Campbelltown, Padstow Sample modules: Organise and prepare food; receive and store kitchen supplies; clean and CRICOS: 065589F NTIS Code: SIT40707 maintain kitchen premises; use basic methods of cookery; prepare hot and cold desserts; Campuses Outside Sydney prepare bakery products for patisseries; prepare and produce pastries; prepare and produce cakes Hamilton, Wollongbar A$15,750 18074 Certificate 4 1.5 Additional Course Information: There is a 480 hour work placement unit within the course, up to 100 Year 10 or Campuses Outside Sydney in Hospitality years hours will be completed in a simulated class activity, with the rest being completed at an appropriate equivalent Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC), Grafton, (Commercial Cookery) place of work outside the TAFE College. Port Macquarie, Wollongbar CRICOS: 065899C NTIS Code: SIT40407 Career opportunities: Executive chef, chef de partie A$23,620 Sample modules: Organise and prepare food; present food; receive and store kitchen supplies; clean and maintain kitchen premises; prepare appetisers and salads; plan patisserie operations; plan catering for an event or function; advise on products and services plan and manage meetings T18074 Certificate 4 2 years Additional Course Information: There is a 480 hour work placement unit within the course, up to 100 Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney in Hospitality hours will be completed in a simulated class activity, with the rest being completed at an appropriate equivalent Padstow, Ryde, Ultimo (Commercial Cookery) place of work outside the TAFE College. Campuses Outside Sydney CRICOS: 065899C NTIS Code: SIT40407 Career opportunities: Executive chef, chef de partie Hamilton, Kurri Kurri, Ourimbah A$31,500 Sample modules: Plan patisserie operations; plan catering for an event or function; advise on products and services plan and manage meetings T18115 Diploma of Hospitality 2 years Additional Course Information: There is a 480 hour work placement unit within the course. Up to 100 Year 12 or Campuses Outside Sydney (includes Certificate 4 hours will be completed in a simulated class activity, with the rest being completed at an appropriate equivalent Hamilton, Kurri Kurri, Ourimbah in Commercial place of work outside the TAFE College. Cookery T18074) Career opportunities: Restaurant manager, kitchen manager, front office manager, motel CRICOS: 066507E NTIS Code: SIT50307 manager, catering manager A$31,500 Sample modules: Provide and coordinate food and beverage service; provide and coordinate food and beverage service; establish and maintain a strategic planning cycleVisit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information 18113 Certificate 3 0.5 year Additional Course Information: There is a 280 hour work placement unit within the course, up to 100 Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney in Hospitality hours will be completed in a simulated class activity, with the rest being completed at an appropriate equivalent Baulkham Hills, Northern Beaches, Padstow, Ryde, (Operations) place of work outside the TAFE college. Ultimo CRICOS: 067036A NTIS Code: SIT30707 Career opportunities: Bar attendant, barista, waiter, wine waiter, front desk receptionist, Campuses Outside Sydney housekeeper, gaming attendant Armidale, Cessnock, Coffs Harbour Education A$6,760 - A$7,030 Campus (CHEC), Glendale, Grafton, Hamilton, Sample modules: Distribute meals and refreshments to clients; apply hospitality skills in the Kingscliff, Kurri Kurri, Maitland, Ourimbah, Port workplace; prepare foods according to dietary and cultural needs; develop menus to meet Macquarie, Tamworth, Wollongbar, Wyong special dietary and cultural needs 18110 Certificate 2 in 0.5 year Additional Course Information: There is a 100 hour work placement unit within the course, up to 40 Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Hospitality (Kitchen hours will be completed in a simulated class activity, with the rest being completed at an appropriate equivalent Baulkham Hills, Northern Beaches, Padstow, Ryde Operations) place of work outside the TAFE college. Campuses Outside Sydney CRICOS: 067037M NTIS Code: SIT20307 Career opportunities: Breakfast cook, short order cook, fast food cook Cessnock, Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC), Grafton, Hamilton, Kingscliff, Ourimbah, Port A$6,760 - A$7,030 Sample modules: Organise and prepare food; present food; receive and store kitchen supplies; Macquarie, Wollongbar clean and maintain kitchen premises; use basic methods of cookery71 Most TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirements S9306 Diploma of Food 1 year Career opportunities: Chocolate specialist; manager of a chocolate manufacturing business Year 12 or Campuses Outside Sydney Processing equivalent Hamilton Sample modules: Operate a boiled confectionery process; operate a chocolate conching process; (Chocolate operate a chocolate depositing/moulding process; operate a chocolate refining process; operate a Manufacture) pastry forming and filling process CRICOS: 067173C NTIS Code: FDF50103 A$15,750Information TechnologyCourses in this area focus on a range of applications and careers from business analysis and project coordination, to database design, e-security, games development and client support, network engineering, website design anddevelopment, database administration and multimedia. 19001 Certificate 2 0.5 year Career opportunities: Office assistant Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney in Information equivalent Baulkham Hills, Lidcombe, Liverpool, Macquarie Sample modules: Follow workplace safety procedures; design organisational documents using Technology Fields, Nepean, Padstow, Wetherill Park computing packages; operate a personal computer; operate computer hardware CRICOS: 057144B NTIS Code: ICA20105 Campuses Outside Sydney Ballina, Coffs Harbour, Great Lakes, Kingscliff, A$5,085 Lismore, Port Macquarie, Taree 19002 Certificate 3 0.5 year Career opportunities: Call centre support representative, client support officer, computer Year 10 or Campuses Outside Sydney in Information operator, customer service representative, help desk officer, help desk technician, maintenance equivalent Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC), Kingscliff, Technology technician, information and computer technology operations or support officer, personal Wauchope (Applications) computer support specialist CRICOS: 058109G NTIS Code: ICA30105 Sample modules: Design organisational documents using computing packages; create user documentation; install and optimise operating system software A$5,085 S19002 Certificate 3 1 year Career opportunities: Call centre support representative, client support officer, computer Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney in Information operator, customer service representative, help desk officer, help desk technician, maintenance equivalent Richmond, Wentworth Falls Technology technician, information and computer technology operations or support officer, personal (Applications) computer support specialist CRICOS: 058109G NTIS Code: ICA30105 Sample modules: Design organisational documents using computing packages; create user documentation; install and optimise operating system software A$10,170 19003 Certificate 3 1 year Career opportunities: Diagnostic supporter or assist computer operators, call centre support Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney in Information officer, computer operator, help desk technician/officer, information technology technician, equivalent Lidcombe, Petersham Technology (Network maintenance technician, personal computer support specialist, technical support officer Campuses Outside Sydney Administration) Sample modules: Provide basic system administration; provide network systems Dapto CRICOS: 058110D NTIS Code: ICA30105 administration; determine and action network problems; configure and administer a network operating system A$10,170 S19003 Certificate 3 0.5 year Career opportunities: Diagnostic supporter or assist computer operators, call centre support Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney in Information officer, computer operator, help desk technician/officer, information and computer technology equivalent Baulkham Hills, Lidcombe, Nepean Technology (Network operations or support officer information technology technician, maintenance technician, 19001 - Campuses Outside Sydney Administration) personal computer support specialist, technical support officer Certificate 2 Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC), Port CRICOS: 058110D NTIS Code: ICA30105 Sample modules: Provide basic system administration; provide network systems in Information Macquarie, Taree administration; determine and action network problems; configure and administer a network Technology A$5,085 operating systemMost TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirements 19004 Certificate 3 1 year Career opportunities: Call centre support representative, client support officer, computer Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney in Information operator, customer liaison, customer service representative, help desk officer, help desk equivalent Baulkham Hills, Liverpool Technology (Support) technician, information and computer technology operations or support office/technician, Campuses Outside Sydney CRICOS: 058111C maintenance technician, personal computer support specialist, sales support technician, support NTIS Code: ICA30105 Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC), Great technician, technical support, user support specialist Lakes, Kempsey, Kingscliff, Port Macquarie, Taree A$10,170 Sample modules: Follow workplace safety procedures; design organisational documents using computing packages; create user documentation; install and optimise operating system software; connect internal hardware components S19004 Certificate 3 0.5 year Career opportunities: Call centre support representative, client support officer, computer 19001 - Certificate Campuses In Sydney in Information operator, customer liaison, customer service representative, help desk officer, help desk 2 in Information Wentworth Falls Technology (Support) technician, information and computer technology operations or support office/technician, Technology CRICOS: 058111C maintenance technician, personal computer support specialist, sales support technician, support NTIS Code: ICA30105 technician, technical support, user support specialist A$5,085 Sample modules: Follow workplace safety procedures; design organisational documents using computing packages; create user documentation; install and optimise operating system software; connect internal hardware components 19009 Certificate 4 1 year Career opportunities: Computer network manager, network administrator or manager, network Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney in Information operations analyst, network operations engineer, network technician equivalent Blacktown, Lidcombe, Mount Druitt, North Sydney, Technology Ultimo Sample modules: Manage simple projects; determine and confirm client business expectations (Networking) and needs; create scripts for networking; automate processes; install and manage network Campuses Outside Sydney CRICOS: 058112B NTIS Code: ICA40405 protocols Albury, Ballina, Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC), Taree, Wagga Wagga, Wollongbar A$9,780 - A$10,170 S19009 Certificate 4 1.5 Career opportunities: Computer network manager, network administrator or manager, network Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney in Information years operations analyst, network operations engineer, network technician equivalent Macquarie Fields, Meadowbank Technology Sample modules: Manage simple projects; determine and confirm client business expectations (Networking) and needs; create scripts for networking; automate processes; install and manage networkVisit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information CRICOS: 058112B NTIS Code: ICA40405 protocols A$15,255 19005 Certificate 4 1 year Career opportunities: Computer technician, customer support, customer support professional, Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney in Information help desk, help desk analyst, help desk specialist, information systems operator, pc support equivalent Blacktown, Liverpool, St George, Wetherill Park Technology (Support) technician, pc systems coordinator, systems administrator, systems support, technical support, Campuses Outside Sydney (Help Desk) technical support representative, technical support specialist, user support technician Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC), Dapto, CRICOS: 058403B NTIS Code: ICA40205 Sample modules: Follow workplace safety procedures; communicate in the workplace; operate Great Lakes, Port Macquarie, Tamworth, Taree a personal computer; operate computer hardware; operate computing packages A$10,170 19008 Certificate 4 1 year Career opportunities: Website administrator Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney in Information equivalent Richmond Sample modules: Follow workplace safety procedures; contribute to personal skill development Technology (Websites) and learning; address copyright requirements; determine and confirm client business Campuses Outside Sydney (Administration) expectations and needs Great Lakes CRICOS: 058403B NTIS Code: ICA40305 A$10,17073 Most TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules LocationsNumber and fee range requirements19016 Diploma of 2 years Career opportunities: Network administrator/manager, configuration specialist, enterprise Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Information application integration consultant, e-security analyst/manager, integration analyst, integration equivalent Blacktown, Lidcombe, Macquarie Fields, Technology centre specialist intranet engineer, middleware integration specialist, network engineer, senior Meadowbank, Mount Druitt, North Sydney, (Networking) (includes java developer (major systems integration), solutions architect, systems engineer Petersham, Ultimo Certificate 4 in IT Sample modules: Follow workplace safety procedures; manage project quality; determine and Campuses Outside Sydney (Networking) 19009 apply appropriate development methodologies; produce network architecture design; prepare Albury, Wagga Wagga, Wollongong CRICOS: 058604D NTIS Code: ICA50405 disaster recovery and contingency plans A$19,560 - A$20,340S19016 Diploma of 1.5 Career opportunities: Network administrator/manager, configuration specialist, enterprise 19001 - Certificate Campuses In Sydney Information years application integration consultant, e-security analyst/manager, integration analyst, integration 2 in Information Lidcombe, Macquarie Fields Technology centre specialist intranet engineer, middleware integration specialist, network engineer, senior Technology (Networking) java developer (major systems integration), solutions architect, systems engineer CRICOS: 058604D NTIS Code: ICA50405 Sample modules: Follow workplace safety procedures; manage project quality; determine and apply appropriate development methodologies; produce network architecture design A$15,25519007 Certificate 4 1 year Career opportunities: Multimedia content author, multimedia graphic designer, online producer, Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney in Information web applications developer, web developer/technical writer, web development officer, web equivalent Blacktown, Campbelltown, Granville, Hornsby, North Technology (Website graphic designer, webmaster/assistant, website coordinator Sydney, Padstow, Richmond, Ultimo, Wentworth Design) Falls Sample modules: Follow workplace safety procedures; contribute to personal skill development CRICOS: 058645F NTIS Code: ICA40305 and learning; apply principles of visual design and communication to the development of a Campuses Outside Sydney multimedia product Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC), Kingscliff, A$9,780 - A$10,170 Port Macquarie, Wollongbar, Wollongong West19015 Diploma of 2 years Career opportunities: Information systems manager, internet administrator, internet systems Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Information administrator, intranet administrator, information technology manager, systems administrator, equivalent North Sydney Technology (Systems system manager Administration) Sample modules: Follow workplace safety procedures; manage project quality; determine and CRICOS: 058669J NTIS Code: ICA50305 confirm client business expectations and needs; determine and apply appropriate development methodologies A$20,340S19015 Diploma of 1.5 Career opportunities: Information systems manager, internet administrator, internet systems Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Information years administrator, intranet administrator, information technology manager, systems administrator, equivalent Baulkham Hills, Nepean, St George, Wentworth Falls Technology (Systems system manager Campuses Outside Sydney Administration) Sample modules: Follow workplace safety procedures; manage project quality; determine and Campbelltown, Coffs Harbour Education Campus CRICOS: 058669J NTIS Code: ICA50305 confirm client business expectations and needs; determine and apply appropriate development (CHEC), Great Lakes, Nepean, Port Macquarie, methodologies St. George A$15,255Most TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirements 19010 Certificate 4 1 year Career opportunities: Analyst/programmer, applications analyst, applications programmer, Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney in Information computer engineer, developer/programmer, programmer programmer/analyst equivalent Granville, Hornsby, Mount Druitt, Padstow, Ultimo Technology Sample modules: Follow workplace safety procedures; contribute to personal skill development Campuses Outside Sydney (Programming) and learning; determine and confirm client business expectations and needs; apply skills in Newcastle CRICOS: 059104E NTIS Code: ICA40505 object-oriented design A$10,170 19018 Diploma of 2 years Career opportunities: Games developer, games programmer, middleware programmer, Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Information programming/software engineer, software applications specialist, software architect, software equivalent Granville, Hornsby, Mount Druitt, Padstow, Technology (Software developer, software developer/programmer Petersham, Ultimo Development) Sample modules: Follow workplace safety procedures; manage project quality; determine and Campuses Outside Sydney (includes Certificate 4 apply appropriate development methodologies; prepare disaster recovery and contingency plans Newcastle in IT Programming) 19010 CRICOS: 059105D NTIS Code: ICA50705 A$20,340 S19018 Diploma of 1.5 Career opportunities: Games developer, games programmer, middleware programmer, Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Information years programming/software engineer, software applications specialist, software architect, software equivalent Mount Druitt Technology (Software developer, software developer/programmer Development) Sample modules: Follow workplace safety procedures; manage project quality; determine and (includes Certificate 4 apply appropriate development methodologies; prepare disaster recovery and contingency plans in IT Programming) 19010 CRICOS: 059105D NTIS Code: ICA50705Visit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information A$15,255 S19019 Diploma of 1.5 Career opportunities: E-business development manager, ecommerce architect, ecommerce Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Information years consultant, ecommerce programmer, eservices - web programmer, intranet engineer, manager equivalent Campbelltown, Granville, Hornsby, Mount Druitt, Technology (Website business development, senior architect - ecommerce, web designer/developer, web architect, North Sydney, Padstow, Ultimo Development) web business development manager, web developer, web development manager, web Campuses Outside Sydney CRICOS: 059106C production manager, web programmer, web programmer/software engineer, website group NTIS Code: ICA50605 Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC), Great manager, web usability engineer or webmaster/internet developer Lakes, Kingscliff, Newcastle, Ourimbah, Wollongong A$15,255 Sample modules: Follow workplace safety procedures; manage project quality; apply principles West of visual design and communication to the development of a multimedia product S19022 Advanced Diploma 0.5 year Career opportunities: Network security analyst/specialist, senior network administrator, 19016 - Diploma Campuses In Sydney of Information network engineers, web security specialist, database security expert, e-security specialist, ICT of Information Lidcombe Technology (Network security specialist, web security administrator, IT security analyst/engineer, Microsoft Certified Technology Security) Systems Engineer and CISCO Certified Network Engineer systems/network administrator. (Networking) CRICOS: 059108A (includes NTIS Code: ICA60401 Sample modules: Determine and confirm client business expectations and needs; develop Certificate 4 in system infrastructure design plan; determine best-fit topology for a local network A$5,085 IT (Networking) 1900975 Most TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules LocationsNumber and fee range requirements19017 Diploma of 1.5 Career opportunities: Business intelligence/data warehousing consultants, client relationship Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Information years manager, database designer, data warehousing and business intelligence manager, database equivalent Northern Beaches, Padstow, St George Technology designer, database developer, database specialist, developer, senior database administrator Academic IELTS (Database Design and Sample modules: Follow workplace safety procedures; manage project quality; determine and 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) Development) confirm client business expectations and needs; determine and apply appropriate development 68 or Certificate CRICOS: 059110G NTIS Code: ICA50505 methodologies 3 in English for Further Study at A$15,255 TAFE NSW or equivalent19006 Certificate 4 1 year Career opportunities: Customer support; customer support professional; data administrator; Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney in Information database administrator associate; database administrator; information centre specialist; equivalent Northern Beaches, St George Technology information systems administrator; information systems operator; systems administrator; systems (Support) (Database support; product support engineer; technical support representative; technical support specialist Administration) Sample modules: Follow workplace safety procedures; contribute to personal skill development CRICOS: 059797D NTIS Code: ICA40205 and learning; determine and confirm client business expectations and needs; identify physical database requirements A$10,170S19012 Diploma of 1.5 Career opportunities: E-business project manager, ecommerce production support manager, Campuses Outside Sydney Information years ICT project manager, IS manager, IS procurement manager, IT business manager, IT manager, Wollongong West Technology (Project IT procurement manager, middleware project manager, manager - project development for Management) ecommerce, online production coordinator, program delivery manager, project director, project CRICOS: 060120F manager, project manager - development, project manager (small projects), quality assurance NTIS Code: ICA50205 manager - IT projects, senior project manager. A$15,255 Sample modules: Follow workplace safety procedures; ensure team effectiveness; manage people; manage application of project integrative processes; manage project risk19031 Diploma of 2 years Career opportunities: E-business manager, information systems office manager, office systems Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Information administrator, information technology office manager, systems administrator, systems manager equivalent Miller Technology (General) Sample modules: Follow workplace safety procedures; ensure team effectiveness; manage Campuses Outside Sydney CRICOS: 060121E NTIS Code: ICA50105 project quality; determine and confirm client business expectations and needs Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC), Kingscliff, Port Macquarie, Taree A$20,34019036 Certificate 4 1 year Career opportunities: Computer technician, customer support professional, information Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney in Information systems operator, personal computer support officer, systems administrator, systems support, equivalent Baulkham Hills, Campbelltown, Miller, Nepean, North Technology (General) technical support, user support technician, network operations technician Sydney, Northern Beaches, Wentworth Falls CRICOS: 060372G NTIS Code: ICA40105 Sample modules: Create a simple mark up language document to specification; use development Campuses Outside Sydney software and IT tools to build a basic website; install software to networked computers Armidale, Tamworth A$10,17019011 Certificate 4 1 year Career opportunities: 2D/3D artist, 3D animator, 3D artist/modeller, animator, games artist, Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney in Information audio/video engineer, digital video producer, designer, web designer, digital media specialist, equivalent Hornsby, Mount Druitt, Northern Beaches Technology multimedia technician Campuses Outside Sydney (Multimedia) Sample modules: Contribute to personal skill development and learning; develop and apply industry Albury, Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC), CRICOS: 061581B NTIS Code: ICA40805 knowledge; author a multimedia product; address copyright requirements; maintain ethical conduct Kingscliff, Lismore, Port Macquarie, Taree A$11,010 - A$11,450Most TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirements 19020 Diploma of 1 year Career opportunities: Audio/video engineer, contract manager - multimedia, digital media 19011 - Certificate Campuses Outside Sydney Information specialist, game development producer, games developer, interaction media developer, 4 in Information Albury Technology multimedia authoring specialist, multimedia designer, multimedia developer, multimedia producer, Technology (Multimedia) multimedia programmer, multimedia specialist producer, PC games programmer, project (Multimedia) CRICOS: 061583M manager - multimedia, software support engineer, streaming media specialist, web designer NTIS Code: ICA50905 Sample modules: Author a multimedia product; ensure privacy for users; manage multimedia A$11,010 production; manage multimedia projects; undertake a complex design brief S19020 Diploma of 0.5 year Career opportunities: Audio/video engineer, contract manager - multimedia, digital media 19011 - Certificate Campuses In Sydney Information specialist, game development producer, games developer, interaction media developer, 4 in Information Mount Druitt Technology multimedia authoring specialist, multimedia designer, multimedia developer, multimedia producer, Technology (Multimedia) multimedia programmer, multimedia specialist producer, pc games programmer, project manager (Multimedia) CRICOS: 061583M - multimedia, software support engineer, streaming media specialist, web designer. NTIS Code: ICA50905 Sample modules: Author a multimedia product; ensure privacy for users; manage multimedia A$5,725 production; manage multimedia projects; undertake a complex design brief 19050 Diploma of 2 years Career opportunities: Game programmer, game designer, animator Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Information equivalent Hornsby, Mount Druitt, North Sydney Sample modules: Apply skills in object-orientated design; use a library or pre-existing Technology (Games components; use structured query language to create database structures and manipulate data Campuses Outside Sydney Development) Wollongong West CRICOS: 063412C NTIS Code: 91399NSW A$20,340 Interpreting TAFE NSW courses in interpreting are designed for students who wish to become professional, accredited interpreters. Students also study the ethics of interpreting, and after qualifying can go on to work in a diverse range of fields such as law, health, education, business, politics, or social and community services.Visit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information 17949J Diploma of 1 year Career opportunities: Interpreters in business, tourism, education, and health and legal Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Interpreting and services, and as translators working under supervision whose expertise is in Japanese language. equivalent Meadowbank Translating (Japanese) Sample modules: Interpret dialogues; integrate bi-cultural aspects in the behaviour and Academic IELTS CRICOS: 065825K NTIS Code: 40445SA communication process; communicate effectively with professionals, clients, colleagues and 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) others 68 or Certificate 3 A$11,140 in English for Further Study at TAFE NSW or equivalent 17949K Diploma of 1 year Career opportunities: Interpreters in a business, tourism, education, and health and legal Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Interpreting and services, and as translators working under supervision whose expertise is in Korean language equivalent Petersham Translating (Korean) Sample modules: Interpret dialogues; integrate bi-cultural aspects in the behaviour and Academic IELTS CRICOS: 065825K NTIS Code: 40445SA communication process; communicate effectively with professionals, clients, colleagues and 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) others 68 or Certificate 3 A$11,140 in English for Further Study at TAFE NSW or equivalent77 Most TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirements 17949M Diploma of 1 year Career opportunities: Interpreters in a business, tourism, education, and health and legal Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Interpreting and services, and as translators working under supervision whose expertise is in Mandarin language equivalent Petersham Translating (Mandarin) Sample modules: Interpret dialogues; integrate bi-cultural aspects in the behaviour and Academic IELTS CRICOS: 065825K NTIS Code: 40445SA communication process; communicate effectively with professionals, clients, colleagues and 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) others 68 or Certificate 3 A$11,140 in English for Further Study at TAFE NSW or equivalent 6579K Advanced Diploma 1 year Additional information: There will be a final oral examination which will be set and administered 17949K - Diploma Campuses In Sydney of Interpreting following NAATI guidelines for Interpreter tests. To successfully complete the Advanced Diploma of Interpreting Petersham (Professional Level) of Interpreting and Translating (Professional Level) and be recommended for NAATI accreditation and Translating (Korean) at the professional level, a 70% pass in the oral examination will be required. (Korean) CRICOS: 066389F NTIS Code: 51979 Career opportunities: Interpreters at this level work across a wide range of areas such as law, health, education, social and community services. A$15,140 Sample modules: Interpreting practice; ethics and techniques of interpreting; languages other than English for interpreters; English for interpreters 6579M Advanced Diploma 1 year Additional information: There will be a final oral examination which will be set and administered 17949M - Diploma Campuses In Sydney of Interpreting following NAATI guidelines for Interpreter tests. To successfully complete the Advanced Diploma of Interpreting Petersham (Professional Level) of Interpreting and Translating (Professional Level) and be recommended for NAATI accreditation and Translating (Mandarin) at the professional level, a 70% pass in the oral examination will be required. (Mandarin) CRICOS: 066389F NTIS Code: 51979 Career opportunities: Interpreters at this level work across a wide range of areas such as law, health, education, social and community services. A$15,140 Sample modules: Interpreting practice; ethics and techniques of interpreting; languages other than English for interpreters; English for interpretersLaboratory TechnologyIf you seek a career working in the food, chemical, manufacturing, construction, forensic investigation, biological or pathological industry sectors, TAFE NSW courses will develop your skills and knowledge. You will learn how to workin a laboratory environment and the technical requirements to perform sampling, research and testing. 17376 Certificate 3 in 0.5 year Career opportunities: Laboratory assistants, technical officers Year 10 or Campuses Outside Sydney Laboratory Skills equivalent Newcastle, Ourimbah, Wollongong Sample modules: Record and present data; participate in laboratory/field workplace safety; CRICOS: 056513A NTIS Code: PML30104 plan and conduct laboratory/fieldwork A$6,750 17377 Certificate 4 in 1 year Career opportunities: Laboratory technical assistant Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Laboratory equivalent Granville, Ultimo Sample modules: Process and interpret data; maintain laboratory/field workplace safety; plan Techniques and conduct laboratory/fieldwork CRICOS: 056512B NTIS Code: PML40104 A$13,500Most TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirements Marine Engineering Students learn to operate and maintain electrical machinery and equipment, as well as test and repair equipment to ensure the safe operation of ships while at sea. The course also covers administration of sea-going vessels. Students applying for the TAFE NSW Marine Engineering courses must have specific and necessary training and sea-service experience. All students intending to apply to TAFE NSW are advised to contact an Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) Examiner to assess their eligibility before they apply to TAFE NSW. Go to www.amsa.gov.au/Marine_Qualifications/Sea_service_guides for AMSA contact details and requirements. A copy of the AMSA Eligibility Letter should be sent with your international student application form when applying for the TAFE NSW Marine Engineering courses. Graduates of the TAFE NSW Marine Engineering courses will be eligible to sit for the AMSA oral examinations and, on successful completion, AMSA issues Certificates of Competency in Marine Engineering as per requirements laid down by the International Maritime Organisation (IMO). 17461 Advanced Diploma 1 year Career opportunities: Engineer class 1 Year 12 or Campuses Outside Sydney of Transport and equivalent Newcastle Sample modules: Control trim, stability and stress; manage the testing, detection of faults, Distribution (Marine maintenance and restoration of electrical machinery and equipment, prevent, control and fight Engineering Class 1) fires on board an ocean-going vessel; manage the start up and shut down of main propulsion CRICOS: 062167G NTIS Code: TDM60207 and auxiliary machinery and associated systems A$14,060 S17461 Advanced Diploma 0.5 year Career opportunities: Engineer class 1 Year 12 or Campuses Outside Sydney of Transport and equivalent Newcastle Sample modules: Control trim, stability and stress; manage the testing, detection of faults, Distribution (Marine maintenance and restoration of electrical machinery and equipment, prevent, control and fight Engineering Class 1) fires on board an ocean-going vessel; manage the start up and shut down of main propulsion CRICOS: 062167G NTIS Code: TDM60207 and auxiliary machinery and associated systems A$14,060 17460 Advanced Diploma 1 year Career opportunities: Engineer class 2 Year 12 or Campuses Outside Sydney of Transport and equivalent Newcastle Sample modules: Control trim, stability and stress; detect and identify the cause of machinery Distribution (Marine malfunctions and repair faults on vessels over 750kw propulsion power; observe personal safety Engineering Class 2) and social responsibilities; survive at sea in the event of vessel abandonment; apply medical firstVisit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information CRICOS: 062174J NTIS Code: TDM60307 aid on board a vessel; ensure safe working practices; establish watchkeeping arrangements and procedures A$14,060 S17460 Advanced Diploma 0.5 year Career opportunities: Engineer class 2 Year 12 or Campuses Outside Sydney of Transport and equivalent Newcastle Sample modules: Control trim, stability and stress; detect and identify the cause of machinery Distrubution (Marine malfunctions and repair faults on vessels over 750kw propulsion power; observe personal safety Engineering) and social responsibilities; survive at sea in the event of vessel abandonment; apply medical first CRICOS: 062174J NTIS Code: TDM60307 aid on board a vessel; ensure safe working practices; establish watchkeeping arrangements and procedures A$14,060 17459 Diploma of 0.5 year Career opportunities: Engineer watchkeeper Year 12 or Campuses Outside Sydney Transport and equivalent Newcastle Sample modules: Fault-find, dismantle, maintain and repair shipboard plant and equipment; Distribution (Marine carry out shipboard fabrication and repair operations; maintain seaworthiness of vessel; manage Engineering Engineer marine fire fighting and prevention activities on board a vessel; operate pumping systems and Watchkeeper) associated control systems; operate steam propulsion plant and associated systems on steam CRICOS: 062166J NTIS Code: TDM50207 vessels; ensure compliance with pollution prevention measures A$7,03079 Most TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirementsMassage TherapyCourses in this area cover specialised types of massage therapy, such as hot stone massage, as well as basic massage therapy practice, and qualify students to become massage practitioners. Students cover the assessment of aclient’s massage needs, and learn how to communicate with clients in healthcare and wellness environments. 18277 Diploma of Remedial 2 years Career opportunities: Remedial massage practitioner Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Massage equivalent Randwick Sample modules: Confirm physical health status; provide remedial massage treatment; plan CRICOS: 062168G NTIS Code: HLT50307 remedial massage treatment strategy; provide remedial massage treatment to athletes; apply Campuses Outside Sydney temperature therapy Armidale, Kingscliff, Newcastle, Port Macquarie A$25,440 S18277 Diploma of Remedial 1.5 Career opportunities: Remedial massage practitioner Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Massage years equivalent Katoomba Sample modules: Confirm physical health status; provide remedial massage treatment; plan CRICOS: 062168G NTIS Code: HLT50307 remedial massage treatment strategy; provide remedial massage treatment to athletes; apply temperature therapy A$19,080 18276 Certificate 4 in 1 year Career opportunities: Massage therapist Year 10 or Campuses Outside Sydney Massage Therapy equivalent Port Macquarie Sample modules: Confirm physical health status; provide massage treatment; plan massage Practice treatment; perform massage health assessment CRICOS: 062169F NTIS Code: HLT40307 A$12,720Media StudiesFilm, television and media courses offer a range of career choices in industry areas such as cinematography, television broadcasting, documentaries, corporate communications and public relations. Film editing, camera operation, filmand media studies and short film making are just some of the course subjects on offer. 7521 Certificate 3 in 1 year Career opportunities: Actor at the community level for outdoor performance or with a theatre Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Theatre and Screen company, for the screen, or technical support person for an act or theatre or recording studio; or equivalent Nirimba Performance an administrative assistant in the entertainment industry Campuses Outside Sydney CRICOS: 059885D NTIS Code: 91361NSW Sample modules: Develop basic movement skills for performance; improvise an extended Newcastle dance sequence; develop extended movement skills for performance; manipulate the elements A$16,870 of theatre; improvise an extended acting sequence; perform with extended screen acting technique 9075 Diploma of 1 year Career opportunities: Arts officer, information officer, public relations, event facilitator, publicity Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Communication and officer, community development officer, event facilitator in non-government organisation, equivalent North Sydney Media professional technical communicator, small media information officer, media officer, assistant Campuses Outside Sydney CRICOS: 062160D producer, corporate communication officer NTIS Code: 91405NSW Hunter Street, Murwillumbah, Newcastle, Port Sample modules: Analyse communication theory and mass communication; research the Macquarie A$11,840 communication industry; develop communication skills for the media; write content for web pages; collect and organise information; undertake marketing activities 19237 Diploma of Screen 1 year Career opportunities: Animation/visual effects designer, television producer, radio producer, 19236 - Certificate Campuses In Sydney and Media television presenter, radio presenter, production manager for radio or television 4 in Screen and North Sydney, Randwick CRICOS: 067480C Media NTIS Code: CUF50401 Sample modules: Make a presentation; collaborate in a creative process; work within Campuses Outside Sydney organisational structure; develop screen and media specialist expertise; create storyboards; Armidale, Hunter Street, Wollongong A$21,370 develop and monitor program schedulesMost TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirements 19236 Certificate 4 in Screen 1 year Career opportunities: Animation/visual effects designer, archival media specialist, camera/ Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney and Media lighting operator, digital artist, production coordinator, radio producer/presenter, television equivalent North Sydney, Randwick CRICOS: 067481B producer NTIS Code: CUF40107 A portfolio must Campuses Outside Sydney Sample modules: Develop and extend critical and creative thinking skills; work effectively in the be submitted (at Armidale, Hunter Street, Wollongong A$16,200 screen and media industries Wollongong) Music Studies The range of TAFE NSW courses allow you to focus on career specialisation based on your individual interest and abilities in music. These range from practical skills in voice, musical theatre performance, sound production, music publishing, or music video. As a graduate you can seek a career as a performer, music technician, music producer, songwriter, or music tutor. S7820 Certificate 4 in Music 0.5 year Career opportunities: Concert production technician 7819 - Certificate Campuses Outside Sydney Industry (Technical 3 in Music Newcastle, Ourimbah Sample modules: Promoting an act; performing for a demo; venue booking; making music; Production) Industry (Technical project collaboration; purchasing music equipment; monitoring staff performance; booking CRICOS: 045309G Production) NTIS Code: CUS40201 procedures and administration; rehearsal techniques A portfolio must A$6,470 be submitted 7819 Certificate 3 in Music 0.5 year Career opportunities: Digital recording and editing sound reinforcement systems officer Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Industry (Technical equivalent Nirimba, North Sydney Sample modules: Operate floor electrics; operate lighting; promoting an act; booking Production) procedures and administration; sourcing music equipment A portfolio must Campuses Outside Sydney CRICOS: 045311B NTIS Code: CUS30201 be submitted Newcastle, Ourimbah A$6,470 7810 Certificate 3 in Music 0.5 year Career opportunities: Music management, music promotions, career planning Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Industry (Business) equivalent Miller, Nirimba, Ultimo Sample modules: Copyright and royalties; occupational, health and safety in the music industry; CRICOS: 045312A NTIS Code: CUS60301 goal setting for musicians; business relationships; music industry studies; negotiation skills Campuses Outside Sydney Ourimbah A$6,470Visit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information 19364 Certificate 3 in Music 0.5 year Career opportunities: Music management, music promotions Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney CRICOS: 071150J equivalent Nirimba, Ultimo NTIS Code: CUS30109 Sample modules: Copyright and royalties; music industry studies; performing for a demo; venue booking; mixing sound sources; sound (public address) pa operations A portfolio must A$6,470 be submitted 7814 Certificate 2 in Music 0.5 year Career opportunities: Road crew member, recording assistant, performer at the local Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Industry (Foundation) community level equivalent Miller, Nirimba CRICOS: 045314K NTIS Code: CUS20101 Sample modules: Music listening skills; working in the music industry; music industry studies Campuses Outside Sydney Grafton A$6,470 7813 Advanced Diploma 2 years Career opportunities: Event manager, music publisher and music promoter Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney of Music Industry equivalent Nirimba Sample modules: Music industry studies; music business strategic planning; music business (Business) skills; plan and implement a tour; managing contracts CRICOS: 045823M NTIS Code: CUS60301 A$25,88081 Most TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules LocationsNumber and fee range requirements7818 Advanced Diploma of 2 years Career opportunities: Professional performer, film music composer and music tutor Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Music equivalent Nirimba Sample modules: Copyright and royalties; staff recruitment in the music industry; music CRICOS: 045824K NTIS Code: CUS60101 business strategic planning; marketing strategies; major project management A$25,8807817 Diploma of Music 1.5 Career opportunities: Solo performer, composer of advertising jingles and leading player in live Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney CRICOS: 045825J years performance equivalent Nirimba NTIS Code: CUS50101 Sample modules: Copyright and royalties; digital audio editing; mixing console operations; A portfolio must A$19,410 making music; rehearsal techniques be submitted7812 Diploma of Music 1.5 Career opportunities: Artist manager, tour manager and legal and administrative manager Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Industry (Business) years equivalent Nirimba Sample modules: Music industry studies; performing and recording contracts; music business CRICOS: 045826G NTIS Code: CUS50301 skills; managing contracts A$19,4103720 Advanced Diploma of 1 year Career opportunities: Professional performer, film music composer and music tutor 3717 - Certificate Campuses Outside Sydney Music 4 in Music Grafton, Wollongong Sample modules: Copyright and royalties; performing and recording contracts; making music; CRICOS: 051653G NTIS Code: CUS60101 performing and recording contracts; touring a show A$12,440 - A$12,9402128 Certificate 4 in Music 1 year Career opportunities: Music business management, music publishing, music marketing Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Industry (Business) equivalent Nirimba Sample modules: Copyright and royalties; music industry studies; goal setting for musicians; CRICOS: 052890G NTIS Code: CUS40301 business relationships; music industry studies; negotiation skills Campuses Outside Sydney Newcastle A$12,9403721 Certificate 4 in Music 1 year Career opportunities: Concert production Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Industry (Technical equivalent Nirimba Sample modules: Business relationships; music industry studies; project collaboration; Production) purchasing music equipment; booking procedures and administration; music information A portfolio must Campuses Outside Sydney CRICOS: 052891G NTIS Code: CUS40201 gathering be submitted Grafton, Newcastle A$12,440 - A$12,9402130 Advanced Diploma 1 year Career opportunities: Event manager, music publisher and music promoter 2128 - Campuses Outside Sydney of Music Industry Certificate 4 in Newcastle Sample modules: Music industry studies; performing and recording contracts; music business (Business) Music Industry strategic planning; music business skills; plan and implement a tour CRICOS: 052892F (Business) NTIS Code: CUS60301 A$12,940Most TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirements 3722 Advanced Diploma 1 year Career opportunities: Technical producer, sound designer and soundtrack producer 3721 - Campuses In Sydney of Music Industry Certificate 4 in Nirimba Sample modules: Music industry studies; implementing health, safety and security; maintaining (Technical Production) Music Industry safety and security; raising finance for a project; music business strategic planning; music Campuses Outside Sydney CRICOS: 052893E (Technical NTIS Code: CUS60201 business financial management; major project management Grafton, Newcastle Production) A$12,940 A portfolio must be submitted 3717 Certificate 4 in Music 1 year Career opportunities: Music composition, music performance at community level Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney CRICOS: 057145A equivalent Nirimba NTIS Code: CUS40101 Sample modules: Copyright and royalties; music industry studies; music industry studies; occupational health and safety in the music industry A portfolio must Campuses Outside Sydney A$12,440 - A$12,940 be submitted Grafton 7597 Certificate 4 in Music 1 year Career opportunities: Performer Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Theatre equivalent Nirimba Sample modules: Develop advanced movement skills for performance; apply advanced singing CRICOS: 060108B NTIS Code: 91362NSW skills in a music theatre performance; develop acting technique for a music theatre performance A portfolio must Campuses Outside Sydney be submitted Newcastle A$12,940 7811 Certificate 4 in Music 0.5 year Career opportunities: Music business management, music publishing, and music marketing 7810 - Campuses Outside Sydney Industry (Business) Certificate 3 in Newcastle Sample modules: Copyright and royalties; music industry studies; occupational health and CRICOS: 060373G Music Industry NTIS Code: CUS40301 safety in the music industry; business relationships (Business) A$6,470 7821 Diploma of Music 1.5 Career opportunities: Sound designer and music producer Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Industry (Technical years equivalent Nirimba Sample modules: Music industry studies; implementing health, safety and security; licensing Production) published works; performing and recording contracts; creating brochures and marketing 3721 - Campuses Outside Sydney CRICOS: 060374F NTIS Code: CUS50201 material; asset management Certificate 4 in Newcastle Music IndustryVisit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information A$18,660 - A$19,410 (Technical Production at Newcastle) A portfolio must be submitted83 Most TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirementsNursingStudents learn the functions of nursing, as well as study anatomy and physiology, occupational health and safety, and understand the legal and ethical matters related to nursing. 4393 Diploma of Nursing 1.5 Career opportunities: Graduates of this course can apply for enrolment with the nurses and Year 12 or Campuses Outside Sydney (Enrolled/Division 2 years Midwives Board of NSW to practice as an enrolled nurse. Enrolled nurses can work in general or equivalent Shellharbour Nursing) specialised health care facilities. Academic IELTS CRICOS: 062412M NTIS Code: HLT51607 Sample modules: Identify and respond to children and young people at risk of harm; provide 6.5 or TOEFL (iBT) mentoring support to colleagues; confirm physical health status; analyse health information; work 85 or Certificate 4 A$22,365 in the nursing profession in English for Academic Purposes (EAP) or Advanced English 17596 Certificate 3 in Health 0.5 year Additional course information: There is a work placement unit within the course. Work Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Services Assistance placement hours are completed at an appropriate place of work outside the TAFE college. equivalent North Sydney, St George CRICOS: 066495D NTIS Code: HLT32507 Career opportunities: Assistant in nursing in public and private acute care, aged care or health Academic IELTS facilities 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) A$5,570 68 or Certificate 3 Sample modules: Contribute to effective workplace relationships; use basic medical in English for terminology; recognise healthy body systems in a health care context; communicate and work Further Study at effectively in health TAFE NSW or equivalentPathologyThis course is designed for people who wish to work in pathology collection (i.e. the collection of blood and other samples from clients and patients) in a hospital or private practice setting. Subjects covered include collection andtesting of pathology specimens, clinical skills and laboratory technology. 17383 Diploma of Laboratory 2 years Career opportunities: Medical laboratory or pathology technical officer Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Technology equivalent Granville, Ultimo Sample modules: Process and interpret data; analyse data and report results; use laboratory (Specialising in application software; perform aseptic techniques; perform histological tests; use laboratory Pathology Testing) application software; perform microscopic examination CRICOS: 056511C NTIS Code: PML50104 A$35,540Sport and FitnessTAFE NSW courses provide students with a wide range of career options once you are qualified. This includes trainer, coach, or sports administrator for athletes and teams, gym instructors or personal trainers. As well as physicalactivity and exercise, areas of study include developing and implementing training programs, and industry codes of practice relating to physical contact with clients. 18227 Certificate 3 in Fitness 0.5 year Career opportunities: Fitness instructor Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney CRICOS: 059799B equivalent Macquarie Fields, Meadowbank, Nepean, Northern NTIS Code: SRF30204 Sample modules: Organise personal work priorities and development; provide orientation Beaches, Randwick to clients prior to undertaking a fitness program; maintain pool water quality; instruct water A$5,725 familiarisation, buoyancy and mobility skills; conduct a sport and recreation session for Campuses Outside Sydney participants; respond to emergency situations; customise coaching to include children Armidale, Gosford, Kingscliff, Newcastle, Port MacquarieMost TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirements 18261 Certificate 4 in 1 year Career opportunities: Recreation or outdoor activity officer, activity guide and/or instructor in 18259 - Campuses In Sydney Outdoor Recreation outdoor recreation centres, adventure based activity guide and/or instructor, outdoor camps or Certificate 3 Wentworth Falls (Specialising in corporate outdoor training in Outdoor Outdoor Activities) Recreation Sample modules: Guide abseiling on natural surfaces (multi pitch); guide bushwalks in CRICOS: 059884E NTIS Code: SRO40206 difficult and trackless areas; guide bushwalks in tracked or easy untracked areas; operate communications systems and equipment; plan for minimal environmental impact A$11,450 18248 Diploma of Sport 1 year Career opportunities: Assistant manager of large sport and recreational organisations or Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney and Recreation facilities, operations manager, event coordinator and/or manager equivalent Sutherland/Loftus (Specialising in Sample modules: Provide equipment for activities; conduct, monitor and adjust individualised Facilities) long-term training programs; plan a session or program for participants; organise and complete CRICOS: 059886C NTIS Code: SRO50106 daily work activities; conduct a sport and recreation session for participants undertake risk analysis of activities A$11,450 18229 Diploma of Fitness 2 years Career opportunities: Operations manager, program manager, fitness specialist Year 12 or Campuses Outside Sydney CRICOS: 060105E equivalent Newcastle NTIS Code: SRF50206 Sample modules: Provide orientation, client induction and screening; develop basic fitness programs; apply basic exercise science to exercise instruction; use and maintain core fitness A$22,900 industry equipment; utilise a broad knowledge of exercise science in exercise planning, programming and instruction S18229 Diploma of Fitness 1.5 Career opportunities: Operations manager, program manager, fitness specialist Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney CRICOS: 060105E years equivalent Randwick NTIS Code: SRF50206 Sample modules: Provide orientation, client induction and screening; develop basic fitness programs; apply basic exercise science to exercise instruction; use and maintain core fitness A$17,175 industry equipment; utilise a broad knowledge of exercise science in exercise planning, programming and instruction 18228 Certificate 4 in Fitness 1 year Career opportunities: Fitness leader or fitness trainer specialising in personal training or Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney CRICOS: 060106D specific client groups equivalent Meadowbank, Northern Beaches, RandwickVisit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information NTIS Code: SRF40206 Sample modules: Exercise initiative in a business environment; develop work priorities; operate Campuses Outside Sydney A$11,450 computing packages; provide orientation to clients prior to undertaking a fitness program Gosford, Newcastle S18228 Certificate 4 in Fitness 0.5 year Career opportunities: Fitness leader or fitness trainer specialising in personal training or 18227 - Campuses In Sydney CRICOS: 060106D specific client groups Certificate 3 in Macquarie Fields, Nepean, Randwick NTIS Code: SRF40206 Fitness Sample modules: Exercise initiative in a business environment; develop work priorities; operate Campuses Outside Sydney A$5,725 computing packages; provide orientation to clients prior to undertaking a fitness program Kingscliff, Port Macquarie 18259 Certificate 3 in 1 year Career opportunities: Recreation or outdoor activity officer, activity guide in outdoor recreation Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Outdoor Recreation centres, adventure based activity officer, eco-interpretive guide, worker in permanent and/or equivalent Wentworth Falls CRICOS: 061915G mobile facilities and outdoor camps NTIS Code: SRO30206 Campuses Outside Sydney Sample modules: Demonstrate simple climbing skills on natural surfaces; establish belays Lithgow A$11,450 for climbing on natural surfaces; navigate in difficult or trackless areas; navigate in unmodified landscapes in extreme environmental conditions provide advanced first aid response; operate computing packages; provide first aid; provide advanced first aid response85 Most TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirementsTelecommunicationsIf you seek a career in the telecommunications and computer networking industries, TAFE NSW courses will provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary to work on telecommunications and computer networks, mobilephones, switching and transmission networks. Careers include installation and maintenance technicians, telecommunications and network engineering associates. 19044 Advanced Diploma of 2 years Career opportunities: Senior specialist technical work in the telecommunication and computer 18758 - Diploma of Campuses In Sydney Telecommunications networking industries: voice and data networking; access technologies; vpn, voip and unified Telecommunications Lidcombe Networks communications; mpls networks; secured networks; wimax broadband access networks; Networks or Year CRICOS: 065598E wireless networks; mobile phones; optical networks 12 or equivalent NTIS Code: 91402NSW Sample modules: Build basic perimeter security into a network; build security into a virtual A$24,960 private network; build an enterprise wireless network; install software applications; install and optimise operating system software; implement and hand over system components; produce network architecture design; identify best-fit topology for a wide area network 19054 Graduate Diploma of 1 year Career opportunities: Senior network engineering associate or senior technical engineer 19044 - Advanced Campuses In Sydney Telecommunications occupations in the telecommunications and data transmission industries: networking, mobile Diploma of Lidcombe Engineering phones and photonics Telecommunications CRICOS: 066400E Networks NTIS Code: 91467NSW Sample modules: Manage a telecommunications project; use simulation mathematics; analyse digital communications system; evaluate network security; analyse a telecommunication switching network A$18,730 18758 Diploma of 0.5 year Career opportunities: Telecommunications and computer networks administrator Campuses Outside Sydney Telecommunications Wollongong West Sample modules: Determine and confirm client business expectations and needs; install and Networks manage network protocols; install network hardware to a network; install and configure a network CRICOS: 068898B NTIS Code: ICT50508 A$4,890 18757 Certificate 4 in 1 year Career opportunities: Software applications installer, converging technology equipment installer, Campuses In Sydney Telecommunications telecommunications equipment installer, securing it networks, testing systems and equipment Lidcombe Networks Sample modules: Build a graphical user interface; build a database; use development software Campuses Outside Sydney CRICOS: 068899A NTIS Code: ICT40508 and information technology tools to build a basic website; undertake outage management Wollongong West A$12,480Tertiary PreparationThe Higher School Certificate and Tertiary Preparation Courses are for those students who have not completed a Year 12 qualification to continue with tertiary studies. It offers a range of units such as Mathematics, English andScience. Students who complete the Tertiary Preparation Course (TPC) are eligible to receive a scaled tertiary entrance score (TES). 6512 Certificate 2 1 year Career opportunities: This course offers a wide range of units which develop your work- Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney in General and related skills and general education to improve your opportunities for entering the workforce or equivalent Bankstown, Campbelltown, Granville, Liverpool Vocational Education undertaking further study. Campuses Outside Sydney CRICOS: 059279D NTIS Code: 91345NSW Sample modules: Operate a personal computer; operate a word processing application; send Newcastle, Wollongong and retrieve information using web browsers and email; write personal texts in literary forms A$10,710 - A$11,840Most TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirements 9048 Certificate 4 in 1 year Career opportunities: The Tertiary Preparation Certificate (TPC) provides an opportunity for students Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Tertiary Preparation to enter courses and/or employment options where a Year 12 equivalent qualification is required. equivalent Bankstown, Granville, Mount Druitt, North Sydney, CRICOS: 065599D Ultimo, Wentworth Falls NTIS Code: 91455NSW Sample modules: Apply language and learning skills; apply critical and evaluative language and learning skills; apply ethical practice in study; develop learning strategies for further study; apply Campuses Outside Sydney A$11,030 - A$11,470 sustainability practices Armidale, Belmont, Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC), Glendale, Grafton, Kempsey, Murwillumbah, Port Macquarie, Wagga Wagga, Wollongbar 9046 Certificate 3 in 0.5 year Career opportunities: The course provides an opportunity for students to enter courses and/or Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Preparation for employment options where a Year 11 equivalent qualification is required. equivalent Mount Druitt Vocational and Sample modules: Apply language and learning skills; devise strategies for own learning; apply Further Study sustainability practices CRICOS: 065600E NTIS Code: 91454NSW A$5,735 9040 Certificate 4 in 0.5 year Career opportunities: The course provides an opportunity for students to enter courses and/or Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Skills for Career employment options where a Year 11 equivalent qualification is required. equivalent St George Development Sample modules: Follow health, safety and security procedures; initiate, plan and manage Academic IELTS CRICOS: 067095A NTIS Code: 91407NSW a project to build capability in an industry or community context; evaluate options for career 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) development 68 or Certificate A$5,570 3 in English for Further Study at TAFE NSW or equivalent Tourism Studies A wide variety of courses are available for those interested in a career in tourism and events. Opportunities include working as a small tour operator, conference organiser or museum exhibitions assistant, or in wholesale tours, events management, or travel agencies.Visit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information 7016 Certificate 3 in 1 year Career opportunities: Operations consultant, reservations sales agent, tour coordinator, tour Year 10 or Campuses Outside Sydney Tourism (Operations) consultant or museum/attractions guide equivalent Kurri Kurri CRICOS: 044469K NTIS Code: THT31002 Sample modules: Health, safety and security procedures; update local knowledge; promote product and services; tourism selling skills; automated reservation systems; tourism product A$12,380 inventories; apply point of sale handling procedures 18076 Advanced Diploma of 1 year Career opportunities: Events manager, venue manager, conference manager or exhibitions 18075 - Diploma Campuses In Sydney Events manager of Event Bankstown, Northern Beaches, Ryde CRICOS: 064730C Management NTIS Code: SIT60207 Sample modules: Manage people performance; develop and manage public relations Campuses Outside Sydney strategies; manage quality customer service; research and evaluate event industry trends and Kurri Kurri, Orange A$12,380 practices S18076 Advanced Diploma of 0.5 year Career opportunities: Events manager, festival manager, sports events manager, arts events 18075 - Diploma Campuses In Sydney Events manager, corporate events manager of Event Baulkham Hills, Ultimo CRICOS: 064730C Management NTIS Code: SIT60207 Sample modules: Manage people performance; develop and manage public relations strategies; manage quality customer service; research and evaluate event industry trends and A$6,190 practices87 Most TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules LocationsNumber and fee range requirements18053 Certificate 3 in 0.5 year Career opportunities: Site guide, winery guide, nature-based guide and tour guide Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Tourism (Guiding) equivalent Ryde Sample modules: Apply first aid; work as a guide; lead tour groups; prepare and present tour CRICOS: 064936M NTIS Code: SIT30507 commentaries or activities; develop and maintain the general and regional knowledge required by guides Campuses Outside Sydney Kurri Kurri A$6,19018075 Diploma of Event 1 year Career opportunities: Events manager, festival manager, sports events manager, arts events 18052 - Certificate Campuses In Sydney Management manager, corporate events manager 3 in Events Baulkham Hills, Wentworth Falls CRICOS: 064946J NTIS Code: SIT50207 Sample modules: Plan and manage meetings; manage quality customer service; develop and Campuses Outside Sydney update event industry knowledge; evaluate and address event regulatory requirements; select Hamilton, Kurri Kurri, Nowra, Orange, Ourimbah, A$12,380 event venues and sites WollongongS18075 Diploma of Event 1 year Career opportunities: Events manager, festival manager, sports events manager, arts events Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Management manager, corporate events manager equivalent Bankstown, Granville, Northern Beaches, Ryde, (includes co- Ultimo Sample modules: Plan and manage meetings; manage quality customer service; develop and enrolment of the update event industry knowledge; evaluate and address event regulatory requirements; maintain Campuses Outside Sydney Certificate 3 in sport and recreational facilities; coordinate production of brochures and marketing materials; Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC), Kingscliff, Events-18052) manage business risk; manage workplace diversity Nowra, Port Macquarie, Wollongong CRICOS: 064946J NTIS Code: SIT50207 A$11,900 - A$12,38018052 Certificate 3 in Events 0.5 year Career opportunities: Event assistant or operative, conference assistant, exhibitions assistant Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney CRICOS: 064947G equivalent Bankstown, Baulkham Hills, Northern Beaches, NTIS Code: SIT30607 Sample modules: Work with colleagues and customers; work in a socially diverse environment; Ryde, Ultimo develop and update event industry knowledge; provide event staging support; follow health, A$5,950 - A$6,190 safety and security procedures Campuses Outside Sydney Hamilton, Ourimbah18056 Diploma of Tourism 1.5 Career opportunities: Visitor information centre manager, operations manager, tour operations, Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney CRICOS: 064949F years manager, cultural tour operations, inbound groups manager, reservations manager or call equivalent Bankstown NTIS Code: SIT50107 centre manager, retail travel agency manager, director (owner-operator small tourism business), Campuses Outside Sydney A$17,850 - A$18,570 manager (owner-operator small tourism business), sales manager, marketing manager, product Hamilton, Ourimbah, Wagga Wagga, Wollongong manager, tourism manager, inbound sales manager Sample modules: Develop and update tourism industry knowledge; write business documents; manage quality customer service; manage and purchase stock; develop and implement a business plan; create a promotional display or stand; plan and implement sales activitiesS18056 Diploma of Tourism 1 year Career opportunities: Visitor information centre manager; operations manager; tour operations; Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney CRICOS: 064949F manager cultural tour operations; inbound groups manager; reservations manager or call equivalent Baulkham Hills, Ryde, St George, Ultimo, Wentworth NTIS Code: SIT50107 centre manager; retail travel agency manager; director (owner-operator small tourism business); Falls A$12,380 manager (owner-operator small tourism business); sales manager; marketing manager; product Campuses Outside Sydney manager; tourism manager; inbound sales manager Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC), Hamilton, Sample modules: Develop and update tourism industry knowledge; write business documents; Kingscliff, Ourimbah, Port Macquarie, Wollongbar manage quality customer service; manage and purchase stock; develop and implement a business plan; create a promotional display or stand; plan and implement sales activitiesMost TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirements S18057 Advanced Diploma of 1.5 Career opportunities: Managing director, general manager, director of sales and marketing or Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Tourism years operations, strategic marketing manager, business development manager equivalent Baulkham Hills, Ryde, Ultimo CRICOS: 064950B NTIS Code: SOT60107 Sample modules: Develop and update tourism industry knowledge; research, assess and develop tourism products; research tourism data; write business documents; manage quality A$18,570 customer service 18049 Certificate 3 in 0.5 year Career opportunities: International travel consultant for retail travel agencies, airlines, coach, Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Tourism (Retail Travel car hire, rail and shipping companies equivalent Baulkham Hills, Nepean, Ultimo, Wentworth Falls Sales) Sample modules: Tourism telephone skills; international airfares; international promotional Campuses Outside Sydney CRICOS: 066209D NTIS Code: SIT30207 airfares; book supplier services; computerised reservation systems Kingscliff, Wollongbar A$6,190 S18049 Certificate 3 in 1 year Career opportunities: International travel consultant in retail travel agencies, airlines, coach, car Year 10 or Campuses Outside Sydney Tourism (Retail Travel hire, rail and shipping companies equivalent Hamilton, Ourimbah Sales) Sample modules: Tourism telephone skills; international airfares; international promotional CRICOS: 066209D NTIS Code: SIT30207 airfares; book supplier services; computerised reservation systems A$12,380 S18050 Certificate 3 in 0.5 year Career opportunities: Reservations sales agent, tour coordinator or inbound tour coordinator Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Tourism (Tour equivalent Baulkham Hills, Ryde, Ultimo, Wentworth Falls Sample modules: Use business technology; produce business documents; develop and Wholesaling) update tourism industry knowledge; operate an online information system; access and interpret Campuses Outside Sydney CRICOS: 066379G NTIS Code: SIT30307 product information; sell tourism products and services Wollongbar A$6,140 18055 Certificate 4 in 1 year Career opportunities: Senior operations coordinator, operations supervisor, reservations Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Tourism sales or call centre supervisor, senior or supervisory retail consultant, sales coordinator or sales equivalent Bankstown, Blacktown, Ryde CRICOS: 066380D executive, marketing coordinator, product coordinator, promotions officer NTIS Code: SIT40207 Campuses Outside SydneyVisit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information Sample modules: Use business technology; produce business documents; develop and Grafton, Hamilton, Kurri Kurri, Ourimbah, Wagga A$11,900 - A$12,380 update tourism industry knowledge; perform office procedures; write business documents; work Wagga, Wollongbar with colleagues and customers 18054 Certificate 4 in 0.5 year Career opportunities: Local guide, tour guide, tour manager or tour director, interpretive guide Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Tourism (Guiding) outdoor recreation guide, walking guide, adventure guide equivalent Ultimo, Wentworth Falls CRICOS: 067955F NTIS Code: SIT40107 Sample modules: Apply first aid; work as a guide; coordinate and operate a tour; lead tour Campuses Outside Sydney groups; prepare and present tour commentaries or activities Kurri Kurri A$6,19089 Most TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • Course Award, Course name Entry Duration Career Opportunities and Sample Modules Locations Number and fee range requirementsWelfareThis course is designed for those who wish to work in welfare services. Students learn skills such as how to interview, give information and support people in distress or vulnerable positions. You also gain knowledge in thebehavioural sciences, and develop managerial skills.For further information about accreditation as a welfare worker, including additional English language requirements visit: www.aiwcw.org.au 18224 Certificate 4 in Youth 1 year Additional course information: There is a work placement unit within the course. Work Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Work placement hours are completed at an appropriate place of work outside the TAFE college. equivalent Campbelltown CRICOS: 068288F NTIS Code: CHC41808 Career opportunities: Community development worker; indigenous youth worker; recreational youth activities officer; residential care worker; support worker residential; youth case worker; A$10,820 youth worker Sample modules: Work within a community development framework; use targeted communication skills to build relationships; work within a relevant legal and ethical framework 18701 Certificate 4 in 1 year Additional course information: There is a work placement unit within the course. Work Year 12 or Campuses In Sydney Community Services placement hours are completed at an appropriate place of work outside the TAFE college. equivalent Nirimba Work Career opportunities: Case worker, community services worker, community support worker, Academic IELTS CRICOS: 068320M NTIS Code: CHC40708 domestic violence worker, family support worker, outreach officer, support worker, welfare 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) support worker, welfare worker 68 or Certificate A$10,820 3 in English for Sample modules: Work within a community development framework; identify and respond to Further Study at children and young people at risk; use targeted communication skills to build relationships TAFE NSW or equivalent 18702 Diploma of 1.5 Additional course information: There is a work placement unit within the course. Work 18149 - Certificate Campuses In Sydney Community Services years placement hours are completed at an appropriate place of work outside the TAFE college. 3 in Community Bankstown, Campbelltown, Granville, Meadowbank, Work Services Work Nirimba, Northern Beaches, St George, Sutherland/ Career opportunities: Occupational titles can include: assessor, case coordinator, case worker/ CRICOS: 068321K Loftus, Ultimo NTIS Code: CHC50608 manager, community services worker, community worker, coordinator, family support worker, Academic IELTS group worker, program coordinator, manager, social welfare worker, welfare worker. For further 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) Campuses Outside Sydney A$16,230 information about accreditation as a welfare worker, including additional English language 68 or Certificate Albury, Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC), requirement visit www.aiwcw.org.au 3 in English for Newcastle, Ourimbah, Port Macquarie, Wagga Further Study at Wagga, Wollongong Sample modules: Implement community development strategies; develop; facilitate and TAFE NSW or monitor all aspects of case management; develop; implement and promote effective workplace equivalent communication 18149 Certificate 3 in 0.5 year Additional course information: There is a work placement unit within the course. Work Year 10 or Campuses In Sydney Community Services placement hours are completed at an appropriate place of work outside the TAFE college. equivalent Bankstown, Granville, Meadowbank, Nirimba, Work Northern Beaches, St George, Sutherland/Loftus, Career opportunities: This qualification is considered as an entry level by industry to work Academic IELTS CRICOS: 069313B Ultimo NTIS Code: CHC30108 in community services organisations. Occupational titles include: community care worker; 6.0 or TOEFL (iBT) community development worker; intake and referral worker; juvenile justice officer; residential 68 or Certificate Campuses Outside Sydney A$5,410 activities officer; residential support worker; support worker; youth worker 3 in English for Albury, Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC), Further Study at Goulburn, Murwillumbah, Port Macquarie, Wagga Sample modules: Work within the administration protocols of the organisation; work within a TAFE NSW or Wagga, Wollongong community development framework; communicate appropriately with clients and colleagues equivalentMost TAFE NSW courses require Certificate 3 in English for Further Study or IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or TOEFL (iBT) 51 or equivalent. Some courses require a higher level of English. Please check course information carefully.
  • APPLICATION PROCESS CHOOSE A COURSE LETTER OF OFFER1 AND TAFE COLLEGE All course information is on pages 40 - 90. Diploma-to-Degree pathways are on pages 30 - 39.Check academic and English language entry requirements, 4 If you are offered a place in an English (ELICOS) and/or TAFE NSW course, a Letter of Offer will be sent to you. Read the Terms and Conditions carefully and follow the instructions in the letter before paying your tuition and health cover fees.fees and terms and conditions in this brochure and atwww.studyintafe.edu.au. “TAFE NSW HELPED ME THROUGH THEIf you intend to use an Agent, please arrange an appointmentwith one of their student counsellors. APPLICATION PROCESS RIGHT DOWN TO MY FIRST DAY.” PREPARE CERTIFIED COPIES Stephanie - Canada2 OF YOUR DOCUMENTS *Academic results and educational certificates APPLY FOR A STUDENT VISA must be translated into English.» English language test score» Birth certificate or government document showing your date of birth 5 Depending on whether you are applying for a first student visa from outside Australia or within Australia (only applicable to certain countries), you can lodge an application by post or online. For further information about method of application, please check» Passport pages with your details, if available www.immi.gov.au/students/students/chooser and follow the» Documents for recognition of prior learning (RPL), screens applicable to your case. if applicable» Work experience reports, if available Note:*A ‘certified copy’ is a copy of the original document signed and dated by » If you are applying from a DIAC Assessment Level 3 and 4the organisation that issued the original document, and a government official, country, you may need to complete a Pre Visa AssessmentPublic Notary or Justice of the Peace or an agent of DET International, confirming (PVA). Go to www.immi.gov.au for details.that they have sighted the original » Your PVA must be approved before any fee payments can be accepted by DET International Students. SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION3 You can ApplyOnline at www.studyintafe.edu.au or use the application in this brochure on page 95. Fill out the application form. If you are under 18years of age, your application form must be signed by your 6 CONFIRMATION OF ENROLMENT When all documents have been received, including PVA approval and your tuition fee payment is accepted, the DET International Students staffparent or guardian. will email you or your agent an electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (e-CoE). This is required for your student visa» Upload certified copies of your documents. e.g. academic application. results, English language test score (see step 2 above).» Submit your application online, with your agent, email MAKE TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS 7 isc@det.nsw.edu.au or post to the DET International Students (make a copy for your own records first). Organise flight bookings, airport pick up and accommodation in advance. Try to arrive in Australia at least one week before your course“THE INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS starts to give you adequate time to settle in and attend the COORDINATORS AT TAFE NSW JUST Orientation Seminar at your Institute. MADE IT EASIER... THE EFFORT THEY TAKE TO MAKE YOU FEEL AT HOME, THEY HELP YOU WITH EVERY PROCESS OF SETTING UP YOUR LIVING.” Saravanna Jayan - India Visit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information 91
  • TAFE NSW APPLYONLINEOur ApplyOnline application system is easy and secure for you and your agent to use. You will need a computer with internet access.On our website www.studyintafe.edu.au you can:» Find an English Language, Certificate, Diploma or Diploma-to-Degree course» Register or log in to start a TAFE NSW application form» Complete the application and upload your documents» Save an incomplete application at any time» Return later to continue work on your incomplete application» Save or print a PDF version of your online application» Submit your application securely to DET International Students» Check the status of your application at any time.You need to provide scanned copies of supporting documents i.e. academic transcripts, English language test results with yourapplication to receive a Letter of Offer.You will receive an email confirming that your application is being processed.A Letter of Offer will be emailed to you or your agent. www.studyintafe.edu.au
  • APPLICATION PROCESS DIPLOMA-TO-DEGREEYou or your agent can apply for Diploma-to-Degree courses online at www.studyintafe.edu.au.1Fill in TAFE NSW application form available fromwww.studyintafe.edu.au 2 Choose your D2D course and university provider. TAFE/UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN SYDNEY (UWS) or TAFE/AUSTRALIAN COLLEGE OF APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY (ACAP) Fill in UWS or ACAP application form available from www.uws.edu.au/international or www.acap.edu.au To ApplyOnline for D2D courses we’ve made it easy. Just follow the instructions online: » Complete the online TAFE NSW application 3 Return both completed applications » Upload your certified documents e.g. with certified documents to - Academic transcripts DET International Students - English language results PO Box 707 Broadway NSW 2007 Australia or email the documents to: - Completed application for the university of your choice isc@det.nsw.edu.au Remember, you can stop at any point when you apply online, save your application and start again at any time. If you prefer to submit a written application, just follow the steps on this page. 4 ISC will assess your application and send two provisional offer letters for the TAFE NSW diploma and UWS or ACAP degree. The provisional offer states the credit you will receive for the TAFE NSW course length and approximate costs of the UWS or ACAP degree. 5 To accept the TAFE NSW and UWS or ACAP offers, you must forward to the ISC: a) One semester’s tuition fee for the TAFE NSW course b) ELICOS course fees, if applicable c) A$100 TAFE NSW registration fee d) Overseas Student Health Cover e) A$2,000 partial payment deposit for the UWS course. ISC will issue both TAFE and UWS eCoEs (electronic Confirmations of Enrolment) Or e) A$1000 partial payment deposit for the ACAP course Visit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information 93
  • Academic Entry Requirements Country Year 10 Equivalent Year 12 Equivalent Higher Secondary Certificate (Minimum CGPA is 3.5 or 60% in HSC/ First Division pass) Bangladesh Secondary School Certificate GCE A-Level (3 passes) Brazil Year 10 equivalent Certificado de Ensino Medio Cambodia DIAC requires completion of Year 11 Diploma of Upper Secondary Education/Baccalaurate Canada – High School Graduation Diploma Colombia Décimo año Bachillerato Not applicable. China Senior High School Graduation Certificate (DIAC requires completion of Year 12) Licencia de Educacion Media Chile Educacion Media Licenciada de Ensenaza Media Egypt – General Secondary Education Certificate Fiji Form 7 Examination Fiji DIAC requires completion of Year 12 equivalent Fiji School Leaving Certificate Hong Kong Hong Kong Certificate of Education Examination Hong Kong Advanced Level Examination Completion of SMU 3 or SMU 2 with average grade of 7.0 in Indonesia Senior Secondary School Certificate of Completion (ijazah/STTB SMA/STTB SMK/STTB/MA) academic subjects All Indian Secondary School Certificate All India Senior School Certificate Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE SX) Indian School Certificate India Secondary Certification Senior Secondary (Year 12 Examination GCE O-Level GCE A-Level Israel – Teudat Bagrut (Matriculation Certificate) Baccalaureate Ilmiya (Science) Iraq – Baccalaureate Adabiyya (Humanities) Baccalaureate Mihniya (Vocational) Japan Completion of Kotogakko Year 1 Kotogakko/Upper Secondary School Certificate/Shomeisho Jordan – General Secondary Education Certificate Examination (Tawjihi) Kenya GCE O-Level Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education Republic of Completion of Senior High School Grade 1 or equivalent General/Academic Senior High School Certificate/Diploma (Kodung Hakkyo Choreupchang) Korea Baccalaureat Libanaise (Baccalaureat 2) Lebanon – Baccalaureat Technique/Technicien Certificat Professione/de Maltrise/Technicien Sigil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM); Senior Middle 2 or equivalent Malaysia Sigil Tinggi Pelajaran Malaysia (STPM) or GCE A-Level GCE O-Level Mauritius GCE O-Level GCE A-Level or equivalent including at least two subjects at GCE A-Level Myanmar GCE O-Level Basic Education High School Examination Matriculation; GCE A-Level Nepal – Higher Secondary Education Board Certificate (Grade 12) Pakistan Secondary School Certificate Higher Secondary School Certificate/ Intermediate Certificate Secundaria Comun Completa Peru Tercer año de educación secundaria Bachiller Professional Philippines Certificate of Graduation/High School Diploma High School plus university or technical college Saudi Arabia – General Secondary Education Certificate (3 years) (any stream) Singapore GCE O-Level GCE A-Level Senior Certificate with matriculation exemption South Africa – Matriculation Certificate Sri Lankan GCE A-Level (3 passes) Sri Lanka Sri Lankan GCE O-Level British GCE A-Level (2 passes) General Secondary School Certificate (Al Shahada Al Thanawiya Baccalaureate) Syria – Technical or Vocational Secondary School Certificate Technical Baccalaureate Taiwan Year 10 Senior High School Leaving Certificate (Diploma) Thailand Upper Secondary School M4 Certificate of Secondary Education/M6 Lise Diplomasi (Secondary School Diploma) Turkey – Technical or Vocational School Diploma (Teknik or Meslek Lise Diplomasi) Vietnam National Leaving Examination Diploma of General Education (Bang Tot Ngheip Pho Thong Trung Hoc) UAE – Tawjihiyya or Thanawiyya Al’aama (Secondary School Certificate) United GCE O-Level General Certificate of Secondary Education (GSCE) or GCE A-Level Kingdom United States High School Grade 10 High School Diploma of America Zimbabwe GCE A-Level (minimum 2 subjects at A Level (Grade E or above), and minimum of Zimbabwe GCE O-Level 5 subjects passed in the Zimbabwe GCE O Level.
  • Please complete the application form in English. PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY IN CAPITAL LETTERS. Part 1 Student details Surname or Family Name Given Name(s) Date of Birth (DD/MM/YYYY) / / Male Female Nationality Country of Birth Passport Number If you are currently living outside of Australia, please provide your overseas address. If you are already living in Australia, please provide your Australian address. Number and Street Suburb / Town / City Postcode / Zipcode Country Home Phone Number + Mobile Phone Number + (including country code) (including country code) Student Email Address Part 2 Previous TAFE NSW studies Have you previously been enrolled at a TAFE NSW Institute? Yes No If yes, please provide your student number Part 3 Emergency contact details Please provide the contact details of a family member or friend whom we can contact in an emergency. Students under 18 years must provide parent contact details. Surname or Family Name Given Name(s) Number and Street Suburb / Town / City Postcode / Zipcode Country Relationship Home Phone Number + Mobile Phone Number + (including country code) (including country code) Email Address Part 4 Visa and Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) Do you hold a current Australian visa? Yes No If yes, what visa type? Expiry Date / / (DD/MM/YYYY) Where will you lodge your student visa application? City Country Do you already have OSHC cover? Yes No If yes, name of current provider Expiry Date / / (DD/MM/YYYY) If no, please tick the type of OSHC that you require: Single Family Part 5 Accommodation and arrival services (a) Students 18 years of age and over Please tick if you require: Accommodation placement Airport pickup If you have ticked either box, further information will be sent to you. (b) Students under the age of 18 years International Students under 18 years of age must have appropriate accommodation and welfare arrangements for the period of study in Australia. Students under 18 years must have a NSW resident guardian/carer. Parents must nominate one of the following accommodation and welfare options: I will nominate a guardian who is a suitable relative resident in NSW who will act in matters relating to the welfare and progress of the child. For further details please refer to the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) website www.immi.gov.au I request that NSW Department of Education & Training (DET/TAFE NSW) arrange homestay, guardianship and airport pickup. Fees apply for these services. Part 6 Course enrolment Please indicate the TAFE NSW course you wish to study and your preferred location. Refer to the map of Institutes on our website www.studyintafe.edu.au Please indicate a second preference in case your first preference is not available. Start date February April July September Start Year TAFE NSW course number TAFE NSW course name Preferred campus First preference Second preference If you wish to package the above course with additional TAFE NSW courses, please nominate the courses below. You may only apply for one of the packages listed at www.studyintafe.edu.au TAFE NSW course number TAFE NSW course name Second course Third course If you wish to apply for a Diploma-to-Degree (D2D) package, please nominate the university course below and complete a separate university application form. Application forms and information about partner universities and D2D courses are available at www.studyintafe.edu.au Course number University course name University course University name University of Western Sydney (UWS) Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP)
  • Part 7 English language(a) English proficiency (b) Enrolment in TAFE NSW English Language CentrePlease tick if the following options apply: I wish to enrol in a TAFE NSW Intensive English course before I commence my Certificate or Diploma course for the following number of weeks: 1. I have taken a recognised English language test in the last two years (e.g. IELTS, TOEFL, STEP) 5 weeks 10 weeks 15 weeks 20 weeks 30 weeks Name of test Score 40 weeks Start month (MM/YYYY) / Note: The number of weeks is subject to assessment by TAFE NSW Date of test / / Preferred English Language Centre: 2. I will take a recognised English test on: Crows Nest (Northern Sydney Institute) Port Macquarie (North Coast Institute) 3. English was the medium of instruction in my senior school Kingscliff (North Coast Institute) Ultimo (Sydney Institute) studies and I gained a satisfactory pass in English Liverpool (South Western Sydney Institute) Wollongong (Illawarra Institute) Please attach documentation if you selected option 1 or 3 above Newcastle (Hunter Institute)Part 8 Education(a) Current studies in AustraliaAre you currently studying in Australia? Yes No If yes, please complete the details belowInstitution name Course Date Started(b) Previous studiesPlease list details of your previous education and training (high school, tertiary) which will be used to assess your eligibility for your course of study. Please attachcertified copies of full academic transcripts.School studiesHighest Qualification (e.g. A levels, Year 12, etc) School / Institution Name Country Year FinishedHigher studiesName of Qualification (e.g. Diploma, Degree, etc) Institution Name Country Year FinishedPart 9 Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)Are you applying for RPL? Yes No If yes, please provide certified copies of transcripts and details of courses e.g. syllabus documentsPart 10 Disability supportDo you have a disability that requires TAFE NSW to assist you in your learning environment? Yes No Please refer to Terms and ConditionsIf yes, please provide detailsPart 11 Declaration (If you are under the age of 18 this declaration must also be signed by your parent or guardian)I/We declare that all information provided with this application form is correct and that I/we Personal information I/we supply and consent to being contacted about is to be used byhave read and understand and agree to be bound by the terms and conditions on this form. the Department of Education and Training (DET/TAFE) in connection with an applicationThese terms and conditions, together with any offer letter sent by TAFE NSW in response for a student to study in NSW. Provision of information is voluntary but, if not provided, theto the application will, upon payment of fees, constitute a written agreement between the application may be hindered.student and TAFE NSW for the purpose of the ESOS Act 2000 and the National Code of DET/TAFE will not disclose personal information to outside parties, other than as provided inPractice 2007. this form, unless required by law, you consent or it is needed to prevent serious threat to aI/We agree that in the event that false, inaccurate or misleading information is provided, TAFE person’s health or safety. You can access and correct personal information by contacting theNSW reserves the right to cancel the enrolment. International Students Centre.I/We agree that when I/the student am/is accepted for enrolment in a TAFE NSW college,I/we must comply with and ensure that the student complies with the terms and conditions Studentof enrolment. SignatureI/We understand and consent that personal information provided by the student to TAFENSW may be made available to the health insurance provider, to Commonwealth and State Print Nameagencies, pursuant to obligations under the ESOS Act 2000 and the National Code ofPractice 2007 and to any contractor(s) engaged by TAFE NSW to provide advice or servicesin connection with any aspect of TAFE NSW’s International Students program or operation. Date (DD/MM/YYYY) / /I/We hereby consent to being contacted in connection with this application and anysubsequent enrolment by text message, email or other electronic means and note that I/we Parentmay, at any time, opt out of being contacted by any such electronic means by contacting the SignatureInternational Students Centre and so advising.I/We agree that if there is any difference in meaning of provisions of the English version and Print Nameany translated version of this form or the terms and conditions provided to me/us, the Englishversion is to prevail. Date (DD/MM/YYYY) / /Part 12 Agent detailsI confirm that I have briefed the applicant and the applicant’s parents (if applicant is under 18) on the Terms and Conditions relating to this application and that I haveprovided the applicant with relevant information on TAFE NSW and the course consistent with the requirements of the ESOS Act 2000 and the National Code 2007. Date (DD/MM/YYYY) / / Signature Are you a registered agent with TAFE NSW? Yes NoAgent Name Agent Representative Address Phone Number + Stamp(including country code) Fax Number Email Send application forms and certified documents to: International Students Centre PO Box 707 Broadway NSW 2007 Australia. Email isc@det.nsw.edu.au Printed August 2010 TAFE NSW - Technical and Further Education Commission CRICOS Code: 00591E
  • FEES 2011TAFE Fees 2011 Airport pick-up fee A$140Payment details for registration/application fee, tuition fees, Accommodation placement fee (for students over 18) A$180overseas student health cover and other applicable fees will Accommodation placement and guardian arrangement feebe stated in the Statement/Tax Invoice in your offer letter. (for students under 18) A$250TAFE Vocational Course Tuition fees must be paid in Australian dollars:» Registration fee A$100 » by credit card (Visa or MasterCard) or» Tuition fees range from » at a Westpac Bank in Australia by cash or cheque or A$4,780 – A$38,160 per course* » at any Australia Post office by cash, cheque or credit card or» Uniforms, Equipment and Textbooks range from » via BPAY in Australia or A$300 – A$1,000 per course » by bank draft/bank cheque made payable to TAFE NSW (please check our website www.studyintafe.edu.au for costs related to specific courses) TAFE NSW will not be held responsible for any monies paid to an agent. If you are required to repeat subjects to completePackaged TAFE NSW English Language And your course of study then additional charges apply.Vocational Course Program» Application fee A$150 ChecklistTuition fees Please ensure you have attached the following to your» English Language Course A$300 per week** application:» Vocational Course range from  Recent passport-sized photograph A$4,780 – A$38,160 per course*  Certified copy of your birth certificate or Government* Fees cover charges for tuition and administration only document showing date of birth** A$300 per week English tuition fee applies only if you pay for a packaged course program and complete the English Language and TAFE Vocational Course  Certified copy of your passport pages with personal particulars including the page containing a currentTAFE English Language Course Only Australian visa, if applicable» Application fee A$150  Certified copy of English language test results, if applicableTuition fees  Certified copy of academic transcripts and educational» for 20 weeks or less $340 per week certificates (with certified translations if not in English)» or more than 20 weeks A$320 per week***  Non-refundable A$150 application fee if you apply for an*** Fees cover charges for tuition and administration only. Reduced price does not apply English course only where payments are made for a number of shorter periods.  Certified copy of documents to be assessed for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), if applicableOther Fees  Certified copy of your health fund membership card, ifOverseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) applicable» single student per year A$429» student with family per year A$858Australian Government regulations require payment of OSHC for thelength of the student visa INSTITUTE REGISTRATION TAFE NSW Institutes are Registered Training Organisations under the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF). TAFE NSW is also government owned. The TAFE NSW Provider Code on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS) is 00591E. The Australian Government wants overseas students in Australia to have a safe, enjoyable and rewarding place to study. Australia’s laws promote quality education and consumer protection for overseas students. These laws are known as the ESOS framework and they include the Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act 2000 and the National Code 2007. TAFE NSW operates in compliance with the Education Services for Overseas Students Act 2000 (ESOS). For further information visit the website www.aei.dest.gov.au/esos All prices in this brochure are in Australian dollars. The information in this brochure is correct as at August 2010. TAFE NSW continuously reviews its curriculum to ensure it meets with current industry requirements and reserves the right to withdraw and change courses at short notice. It is advisable to contact DET International Students or visit our website www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information. Tuition fees are subject to review and/or change. Visit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information 97
  • TERMS AND CONDITIONSREVIEW OF TUITION FEES REFUND POLICY FOR VOCATIONAL COURSETAFE NSW reserves the right to review its fees and charges. Application fees are not refundable. Tuition fees are notIf tuition fees are increased you will be required to pay the refundable if:new fees from the commencement of the next semester. If » A student fails to comply with the conditions of enrolmentyou defer your course, you will be required to pay the fees at a TAFE NSW Institute.applicable at your new commencement date. » A student breaches any of the visa requirements of his or her visa as imposed by the Australian Government.TAFE NSW VOCATIONAL AND PACKAGEDPROGRAMS » A student withdraws from their vocational course after the course semester has commenced.Payment of fees » A student/parent provides false or misleading information.» New students must pay the Registration Fee, English language fee (if applicable), OSHC, and half or the whole Part or whole of the tuition fees are refundable under year’s vocational course tuition fees by the due date stated the following circumstances: in the letter of offer and prior to the start of the course. If » TAFE NSW will refund 100 percent of the tuition fees paid if students only pay half the year’s tuition fee, the balance is your application for a visa to study in TAFE NSW is rejected payable two to three weeks before the commencement of before commencing a course. their second semester. » TAFE NSW will refund 90 percent of the tuition fees paid» When you pay fees for a packaged English language and if you withdraw from your vocational course 4 weeks (28 vocational course with TAFE NSW, the fees for the English days) or more before course semester commencement, language course are charged at the lower packaged except where you have applied for a packaged English rate of A$300 per week. If you withdraw from the TAFE language and vocational course, where the English vocational course, then the normal English language fee language fees have been charged at the lower rate of applies i.e. A$340 per week for 20 weeks or less / A$320 A$300 per week. Withdrawal from the vocational course per week for more than 20 weeks. will incur the charge for the relevant English language fee» Continuing students must pay the tuition fee for their calculated by reference to the weekly rate of A$320 or next semester of study before the due date on their A$340. The difference between the relevant fee and the fee statement, normally two to three weeks before the lower packaged fee for English will be deducted from the commencement of the next semester or a Late Payment vocational course tuition fees. Fee of A$200 will apply. Failure to pay the fees may lead » TAFE NSW will refund 80 percent of the tuition fees to cancellation of enrolment. Results will be withheld when paid if you withdraw from your vocational course within fees are outstanding. the final 4 weeks (28 days) before the course semester commencement, except where you have applied for aChange of Course/College and fees packaged English language and vocational course, whereOnce an e-CoE has been issued to you and you wish to the English language fees have been charged at the lowerchange your course or college within the first semester rate of A$300 per week. Withdrawal from the vocationalof enrolment, an application to change course must be course will incur the charge for the relevant Englishlodged with the DET International Students. Approval of the language fee calculated by reference to the weekly rate ofapplication is not guaranteed. A$320 or A$340. The difference between the relevant feeDifferent tuition fees may apply for the same course at and the lower packaged fee for English will be deducteddifferent colleges. Where a change of college, either within from the vocational course tuition fees.a TAFE NSW Institute or at another TAFE NSW Institute is » TAFE NSW will refund 75 percent of the tuition fees for theapproved, and a higher tuition fee applies for the same course vocational course where you:at the second campus, you must pay any difference in the (i) Apply for both a TAFE NSW vocational course andfees applicable before you can enrol in the second campus. If an undergraduate course in an Australian universitya lower fee applies for the same course at the second campus, immediately following the completion of the NSW Higheryou can either apply for a refund of the excess fee or the School Certificate; andexcess will be carried forward as a credit to next semester fee. (ii) Withdraw from the vocational course no later than 14 days after the February start date to take up your place in a university course. Please retain a copy of the terms and conditions for your records.
  • TERMS AND CONDITIONS» If you commence a TAFE NSW course before your student If an alternative course is offered, the student has the right to visa application has been processed and it is subsequently choose whether he or she would prefer a full refund of course rejected, a pro-rata refund of tuition fees paid will be made. fees, or to accept a place in another course. If the student» TAFE NSW will refund pro-rata tuition fees from the date chooses placement in another course, TAFE NSW will ask of becoming an Australian permanent resident, minus a the student to sign a document to indicate that the student A$300 processing fee if you have been granted permanent accepts the placement. residency before or during a TAFE NSW course. TAFE NSW ENGLISH LANGUAGE COURSE FEES» TAFE NSW will refund pro-rata tuition fees from the AND REFUNDS date of becoming a temporary resident, minus a A$300 processing fee and minus the temporary resident tuition Transfer of Fees fees where applicable, if you have been granted temporary If you complete your English course at TAFE NSW earlier residency before or during a TAFE NSW course. than expected and there is a further general English course» If you have not reached a level of English adequate to available at this centre, any remaining fees will be applied obtain a Certificate 3 in English for Further Studies, you will to that course; or if you enrol immediately in a TAFE NSW be permitted to defer commencement of your vocational vocational course, the remainder of your paid fees will be course until the next available intake for that course, but transferred to that course. If you are accepted into a TAFE if you would like to withdraw from that course, TAFE will NSW course before you complete your English course, we refund tuition fees for the vocational course minus a A$300 will transfer to that course the remainder of your paid fees as processing fee. at the end of the English course session/term in which you» If you obtain a deferral of the vocational component of your are enrolled at the time of transfer. No fees will be transferred combined packaged course and then do not enrol for it, to other institutions or persons. the refund policy relevant at date of deferral will be applied Refund Procedures to any pre-paid fees. All applications for refunds must be made in writing and must» Processing fee, registration fee, accommodation contain the electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCOE) form, placement fee (including guardianship arrangement) and receipt for course fees and certified copies of any supporting airport pick-up fee are not refundable. documentation. If you provide TAFE NSW with false orThe complaints procedure contained in these terms and misleading information or documents, or breach your visaconditions of enrolment is available to a student in the event conditions, no refund will be made.of a grievance in relation to a claimed refund. However, this If you complete the general English program earlier thanagreement and the availability of complaints and appeals expected and do not enrol in a TAFE NSW course, remainingprocesses does not remove the student’s right to take further fees will be refunded. There is no refund for public holidays.action under Australia’s consumer protection laws or pursue The processing fee, application fee, accommodationother legal remedies. placement fee (including guardianship arrangement) andRefund Procedures airport pick-up fee are not refundable.» You must complete a TAFE NSW Refund Application Form. Refund Policy» Your refund will be processed within 4 weeks of receipt of A$100 processing fee applies to all refunds except when a your completed refund application if it includes all the required student visa is refused or a TAFE NSW course is cancelled. documents. However, if TAFE NSW withdraws a course the student has enrolled in, the refund will be processed Course fee refunds are calculated from the date a written within 2 weeks. A written statement will be provided to the refund application is received, on the following basis only: student to explain how the refund is calculated. » The English Language Centre will refund 100 percent of the English language course fee paid if your application forPROVIDER DEFAULT a visa to study in Australia is rejected.In the unlikely event that TAFE NSW is unable to deliver the » The English Language Centre will refund 100 percent ofagreed course in full, the student will be offered a refund of the English language course fee paid if the course youall the course money paid to date. The refund will be paid to have enrolled in is cancelled by TAFE NSW.the student within two weeks of the day on which the course » The English Language Centre will refund 90 percent ofceased being provided. Alternatively, the student may be the English language course fee paid if you withdrawoffered enrolment in an alternative course by TAFE NSW at no from the course 4 weeks (28 days) or more before theextra cost to the student. commencement date of course of study. Please retain a copy of the terms and conditions for your records. Visit www.studyintafe.edu.au for up-to-date information 99
  • TERMS AND CONDITIONS» The English Language Centre will refund 80 percent of the » Must obtain a student visa and comply with student visa English language course fee paid if you withdraw within the requirements. final 4 weeks (28 days) before the commencement date of » Must meet TAFE NSW course requirements and meet the course of study. requirements of DEEWR-DIAC Course Progress policy –» There will be no course fee refund on or after the refer to website www.studyintafe.edu.au for policy and commencement date of course of study. procedure. » Must not engage in any activity that may endanger theirNo refund will be paid to a third party unless the student safety or the safety of any other person.indicates the name and address of the person to whom therefund should be paid. If no name and address is provided, » Must ensure requirements are met and maintained forthe refund will be sent to the student’s home address as accommodation and welfare arrangements for studentsindicated in Part 1 of this form. under 18. » Must pay the required fees when an offer of placement isOverseas Students Health Cover (OSHC) made and fees owing on receipt of invoice.» All international students are required to pay the OSHC » Must notify the DET International Students staff if they for themselves and all dependent members of their family defer their studies and notify the International Students staying with them in Australia. Coordinator at their TAFE NSW Institute immediately if» If you are currently studying in Australia, you must provide they terminate their studies, withdraw from their course, or a copy of your health fund membership records showing there are any changes to their visa status. your name, membership number and date of expiry. » Must notify the International Student Coordinator at their» TAFE NSW receives a commission from the health TAFE NSW Institute of their residential address within insurance provider for processing your OSHC payment. 7 days of arrival and of any change to their residential address within 7 days of any change.Information Regarding a Disability(Part 10 of application) No ObligationInformation about your disability is requested to establish TAFE NSW does not represent or guarantee that the student will:whether you require the provision of additional services orfacilities not required by students who do not have a disability. » Be accepted for enrolment at a specific TAFE NSW collegeAfter consideration of your requirements, if the provision » Successfully complete studies undertakenof these services or facilities would impose “unjustifiable » Gain entry into further tertiary studies.hardship”, for example, a very high cost on TAFE NSW, your » TAFE NSW accepts no liability for any unexpectedenrolment may be refused or additional fees may apply. You interruption in services through events such as staff strikes,will be advised in writing of our decision. electrical failure, floods and other similar events and whichExpectations of TAFE NSW causes a cancellation of classes Fee refunds will not be provided for classes missed due to such events.TAFE NSW will:» Provide the student with the same level of instruction Complaints Procedure and educational services as normally provided to other If the student has a complaint about the services provided students enrolled at TAFE NSW. by the TAFE NSW Institute or DET International Students,» Provide an orientation program for the student. attempts should be made to resolve the problem with» Monitor the welfare of the student and provide counselling relevant staff before lodging the complaint. Full details of the and ongoing support while the student is enrolled at complaints procedure is available at www.studyintafe.edu.au. TAFE NSW. So far as possible relevant complaints will be handled upon the same basis as complaints from a student or parent» Appoint one or more NSW staff members to act as the ordinarily resident in NSW. point of contact for students who have access to up-to- date details of TAFE NSW’s support services for students. Breach of Terms and Conditions» Pay commission to an agent registered with TAFE NSW Any breach of terms and conditions may result in the who submits the student’s application. termination of the student’s enrolment and may affect the student’s visa.Expectations of Students and ParentsThe student (and parent if the student is under 18, so far asrelevant, will ensure the student complies with the following):» Is subject to the requirements of the National Code and must comply with TAFE NSW enrolment conditions and requirements in respect of international students.
  • TAFE NSW CALENDARS 2011-2012TAFE NSW Academic Calendar 2011 – 20122011 2012Semester 1 Semester 1 Term 1 7 February – 10 April Term 1 6 February – 5 April Autumn Vacation 11 April – 25 April Autumn Vacation 6 April – 22 April Term 2 26 April – 3 July Term 2 23 April – 1 July Winter Vacation 4 July – 17 July Winter Vacation 2 July – 15 JulySemester 2 Semester 2 Term 3 18 July – 25 September Term 3 16 July – 23 September Spring Vacation 26 September – 9 October Spring Vacation 24 September – 7 October Term 4 10 October – 18 December Term 4 8 October – 16 December Summer Vacation 19 December – 3 February 2012 Summer Vacation 17 December – 1 February 2013TAFE English Language Centres2011 2012 Session 1 3 January – 4 February Session 1 2 January – 3 February Session 2 7 February – 11 March Session 2 6 February – 9 March Session 3 14 March – 15 April Session 3 12 March – 13 April Session 4 18 April – 20 May Session 4 16 April – 18 May Session 5 23 May – 24 June Session 5 21 May – 22 June Session 6 27 June – 29 July Session 6 25 June – 27 July Session 7 1 August – 2 September Session 7 30 July – 31 August Session 8 5 September – 7 October Session 8 3 September – 5 October Session 9 10 October – 11 November Session 9 8 October – 9 November Session 10 14 November – 16 December Session 10 12 November – 14 December Endeavour Scholarship Programs “THE TEACHERS IN TAFE Eligible students from the Asia-Pacific region may apply for Endeavour ARE VERY FRIENDLY AND Scholarships for TAFE NSW Diploma and Advanced Diploma courses. THEY ARE EVER WILLING Tuition fees and a living allowance are provided to successful applicants. TO ASSIST ME TO LEARN For more information on Endeavour Scholarships, go to our website: AND THIS HAS MADE MY www.detinternational.nsw.edu.au/tafe/a_scholarships.html SETTLING DOWN VERY AusAID – Australian Development FAST.” Scholarships (ADS) Thompson - Africa TAFE NSW is a participant in the AusAID ADS program. Citizens of Papua New Guinea, Kiribati, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and Laos may apply for an ADS Scholarship. For further information about the ADS scheme and the selection process, go to: www.ausaid.gov.au/scholar/studyin.cfm
  • INTERNATIONAL STUDENT GUIDE 2011 www.studyintafe.edu.auAGENT REPRESENTATIVE STAMP DET International Students PO Box 707 (827- 839 George Street) Broadway NSW 2007 Australia CRICOS Provider Name: TAFE NSW - Technical and Further Education Commission | CRICOS Provider Code: 00591E | Printed: August 2010