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Course Guide for Students - North Coast TAFE

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Discover your future now with North Coast TAFE. The Institute provides various courses that can help to launch your career. Contact the Institute to know more in details.

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Course Guide for Students - North Coast TAFE

  1. 1. FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS 35,00016 600+ campuses courses enrolments VET COURSE GUIDE
  2. 2. 02 2017 COURSE GUIDE Information 04 What are VET and TVET courses? 05 How to apply 06 Course types 07 Advanced options 09 School-based apprentices and trainees 10 Pathway to career success 12  Aboriginal education – more support, more success Board Developed courses 14  Automotive 16  Business Services 18  Construction 20  Electrotechnology 22  Financial Services 24  Hospitality 26  Human Services 28  Information and Digital Technology 30  Metal and Engineering 32  Primary Industries 34  Retail Services 36 Retail Extension in Community Pharmacy 38  Tourism, Travel and Events Board Endorsed courses 41  Aboriginal Languages 42  Aboriginal Pathways in Primary Health Care 43  Active Volunteering 44  Animal Studies 45  Aquaculture 46  Aviation (Flight Operations or Ground Operations and Service) 47  Baking 48  Beauty Services (Make-Up) 49  Beauty Services (Nail Technology) 50  Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) 51 Defence Force Preparation 52  Design – Graphic /Interior 53  Digital Photography 54  Driver Education 55  Early Childhood Education and Care 56 Fashion Design and Technology 57 Fashion Photography 58 Fitness 59 Floristry 60 Furniture Making 61 Hairdressing 62  Horse Industry Practice 63  Information and Digital Skills 64  Maritime Operations – Deckhand 65  Music Industry – Introduction 66  Plumbing 67 Property Services (Agency) 68 Resources and Infrastructure Work Preparation 69 Screen and Media 70 Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways 71 Visual Arts VET = Vocational Education and Training TVET = TAFE-delivered Vocational Education and Training Contents
  3. 3. 03 Message from the North Coast TAFE Institute Director TVET offers exciting choices for students who are looking for practical learning with pathways into TAFE, uni or work. Check out past students’ success stories in this guide – they illustrate some of the great opportunities offered by a TVET course. North Coast TAFE would love to be part of your pathway to the future, so I invite you to consider a TVET program when choosing your HSC subjects. Acknowledgement of country North Coast TAFE recognises and acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land on which we learn and work together. We are committed to building relationships, respect and opportunities for all Aboriginal people in our region. ElizabethMcGregor North Coast TAFE has a long and proud record of working with government and non-government schools through TVET (TAFE- delivered Vocational Education and Training). INFORMATION
  4. 4. 04 2017 COURSE GUIDE Benefits of VET courses A vocational course will equip students with relevant knowledge and skills valued by employers and will help make students more job ready. It will also help students gain: ■ a nationally recognised award under the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) – a valuable qualification recognised by industry and other training providers ■ more confidence and independence ■ insight into the type of career they might like, helping them make better career decisions ■ experience in an adult learning environment. Students entering Years 11 and 12 can undertake vocational education and training (VET) courses that count towards their units of study and provide nationally recognised qualifications as part of their HSC. A large range of courses are available for local high school students to study. These courses are delivered at local secondary schools or TAFE campuses. When VET courses in Year 11 and 12 are taught by TAFE teachers at TAFE campuses (or sometimes at schools) they are called TAFE-delivered VET courses – or TVET courses. Chloe Champan After living in Japan for 12 months as a ROTARY exchange student, Chloe Champan developed an interest in the travel industry and the co-ordination of events. So when choosing her HSC subjects TAFE's TVET course - Travel, Tourism and Events was an obvious choice. She says This course helped guide me on my way to pursue further study in my chosen course. The teachers and facilities were great and contributed to my success at being accepted to continue my studies at the Diploma level. Did you know? Completing a TVET qualification at North Coast TAFE as part of a student’s HSC can ensure they receive guaranteed placement* in selected North Coast TAFE courses after they finish school. It’s a great kick-start and a chance to continue studies on a career path of interest. *Eligibility and course availability conditions apply. What are the course costs for TAFE-delivered courses? TAFE provides TVET courses to all schools and school systems on a fee-for-service basis. The Department of Education and Communities does not pass on these fees to government school students. However, non-government schools may require their students to pay additional fees to contribute to the cost of TAFE-delivered courses. Speak to the school Careers Advisor or VET Coordinator for further information regarding course costs. Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) Students may include one Board Developed VET course in the calculation of their ATAR. HSC exams in VET courses are optional. What are VET and TVET courses? INFORMATION
  5. 5. 05 3 5 How to apply Applying for a TVET course is easy. Follow these simple steps to get started: 1 2 4 Students and parents should read the 2017 TVET guide for high school students. While reading, it's a good idea to think about what the student is interested in and careers they may like to start learning about. It’s important that the right TVET courses are chosen and the student gets the most out of their TVET experience. Students, parents and Careers Advisors should discuss potential options, pathways and a selection of courses that meet the student's needs and goals. Fill in the 2017 Expression of Interest (EOI) form. The EOI form can be downloaded from northcoasttafe.edu.au or provided by the school's VET Coordinator or Careers Advisor. The EOI form should be signed by the student, parent or guardian and the school principal. TVET course codes must be included on the EOI form. They are found on the local course insert available from the VET Coordinator or Careers Advisor. Submit the 2017 TVET Expression of Interest form to the school’s Careers Advisor before the closing date of 16 September 2016. INFORMATION
  6. 6. 06 2017 COURSE GUIDE Course types Did you know that you can study some TVET courses online? Studying TVET online is a new and flexible alternative to attending a TAFE campus. It allows you to study around other HSC commitments and helps reduce travel time and costs. While TVET online students are well-supported, you will need to be a self-directed learner with good time management and independent study skills. Please check in the locations section if your course is offered online. Board Developed courses are developed by the Board of Studies. These 240 hour courses can be examinable and can count towards the calculation of a student’s ATAR. Board Endorsed courses are endorsed by the Board of Studies but are not examinable and therefore do not contribute to the ATAR. Students may be able to undertake additional units of study in some courses to gain additional qualifications. Students must be enrolled in, or have completed, the 240 hour course before enrolling in an extension or specialisation course. Students who successfully complete an extension or specialisation course will receive additional vocational qualifications. Extension and specialisation courses are available for study in: ■ Animal Studies ■ Business Services ■ Construction ■ Financial Services ■ Hospitality ■ Information and Digital Technology ■ Metal and Engineering ■ Primary Industries ■ Retail Services Extension courses can be available as one unit (60 hour), two unit (120 hour), three unit (180 hour) or four unit (240 hour) courses. Board Developed extension courses do not contribute to the calculation of an ATAR and there is no exam. VET courses count towards HSC unit credit. The Board of Studies Teaching Education Standards NSW (BOSTES) classifies them as either Board Developed courses or Board Endorsed courses. Study selected T VET course online! Exclusions may apply to some VET courses. Please check with the school VET Coordinator or Careers Advisor regarding a student's pattern of study. INFORMATION
  7. 7. 07 Advanced options One year and two year TVET courses Where a course is one year or two years, students may study a course for: ■ one year only in Year 11 or ■ one year only in Year 12 or ■ two years over Years 11 and 12. Fast Track Fast Track courses are two-year study programs that maximise credit transfer into further vocational qualifications. Students can complete four units of study in Year 11 and then complete additional units of extension study in their HSC year. Summer/Winter School Summer/Winter School enables students to complete 120 hours of study in their TVET course over the school holidays. This allows students to meet the BOSTES requirements for two units preliminary or HSC study. The table below shows an example of the Summer/Winter School and Fast Track options which allow students to complete courses faster or take on further study. Fast Track Standard 2 unit preliminary and 2 unit HSC course 2 unit preliminary and 2 unit HSC course, or 4 unit preliminary, or 4 unit HSC course 2 unit preliminary course Finish 2 unit course over Dec/Jan Sit HSC exam Course complete Optional 2 or 4 unit extension Optional 2 or 4 unit extension 2 unit HSC course Sit HSC exam Course complete 2017 preliminary (Year 11) 2018 HSC (Year 12) Summer/Winter School Monique Orme Monique Orme is currently studying fulltime at Griffith University on the Gold Coast undertaking a dual qualification of a Bachelor of Exercise Science and a Masters of Physiotherapy. During Monique's Year 11 and 12 studies she completed a school-based traineeship with North Coast TAFE studying a Certificate III in Sport and Recreation. Monique was employed with Timeout Adventures in Coffs Harbour, which gave her great hands on experience within the industry and assisted her entry into higher education. INFORMATION
  8. 8. 08 2017 COURSE GUIDE Work placement Students may have work placement as a mandatory requirement. All Board Developed courses have compulsory work placement of 35 hours for each two units of study. Students with special needs Students with special needs are encouraged to enrol in and complete VET courses delivered at school or TAFE. Parents, teachers and students should carefully consider: ■ student career choices ■ the recommendation of the School Learning Support Team ■ the likelihood of the student achieving all or some of the competencies or elements of competency for the course ■ the mandatory work placement requirements for the course ■ the student’s ability to complete the required hours of attendance. Students with disabilities or learning difficulties are required to submit additional information that will enable support requirements to be determined prior to undertaking the course. Information about this is available from local high schools. Recognition of Prior Learning, advanced standing and credit transfer Students can apply for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), including credits for relevant subjects completed with another registered training organisation. Speak to the Course Coordinator if it appears that a student may be able to claim recognition or credit for specific skills in a course. Advanced standing refers to units of competence that a student will receive credit for in subsequent qualifications. All vocational education qualifications or training completed as part of a student's HSC are recognised by TAFE and other VET providers. Students are not required to repeat training completed at school. More information on RPL and credit transfer is available on the North Coast TAFE website. Jack Gaynor completed a school-based traineeship in Human Services while studying his HSC. Jack worked part-time at Legacy Nursing Home Coffs Harbour and also volunteered as a First Aider with St Johns Ambulance. Jack is currently working at the Coffs Harbour Health Campus as an assistant in Nursing while studying a Bachelor of Nursing at the University of Wollongong. Jack was the top scoring Human Services student for his campus and has been a recipient of a $30,000 rural and remote scholarship to attend his studies from 2016 onwards. INFORMATION
  9. 9. 09 School-based apprenticeships and traineeships are more than just part-time jobs – they’re a great way to set a student up for the career they want while they are completing their HSC. School-based apprenticeships and traineeships are available to all Year 10, 11 and 12 high school students in NSW. They allow students to commence an apprenticeship or complete a traineeship while at school. A school-based apprenticeship or traineeship combines paid work and training. What can students achieve if they undertake a school-based apprenticeship or traineeship? ■ Higher School Certificate – in many cases achieving an ATAR ■ a nationally recognised vocational qualification – usually at Certificate II or III level ■ a Certificate of Proficiency issued by State Training Services for the successful completion of a traineeship or apprenticeship ■ paid part-time work ■ valuable industry experience ■ a head start to a student's career. What are the main features of school-based apprenticeships and traineeships? School-based apprentices work part-time and undertake the first stage of their apprenticeship training before the end of the HSC year. School- based apprentices commence employment as a full-time apprentice after their HSC, providing they have successfully completed both their on-the-job and off-the-job training program during their senior high school years. School-based trainees work part-time and complete their traineeships by the end of their HSC year. School-based apprentices and trainees How will a school-based apprenticeship/ traineeship fit in with the HSC? All school-based apprentices must study HSC VET courses that match the training provided to first year full-time apprentices. These HSC VET courses will generally contribute a minimum of four units of HSC credit out of the 22 units required for the HSC. The formal training undertaken by a school-based trainee will also contribute a minimum of four units of credit required for the HSC. Additional HSC unit credits may be applicable for both school-based apprenticeship and school- based traineeship courses depending on the qualification. School-based apprentices and trainees may also elect to undertake the industry-based learning Board Endorsed course that can contribute up to four additional units of HSC credit. Assessment of these units will be based on evidence of industry- based skills built up through paid employment as an apprentice or trainee during the HSC year. Further information on school-based apprenticeships and traineeships is available at www.sbatinnsw.info or contact the school's VET Coordinator or Careers Advisor. April Orme April Orme from Coffs Harbour completed a Certificate III in Tourism and Events as part of her HSC studies. April has now been accepted to study either a Bachelor of International Tourism and Hotel Management or Bachelor of Business Studies at both Southern Cross University and Griffith University on the Gold Coast. April also completed a Certificate III in Hospitality through TVET and as a reuslt finsihed Year 12 with two Certificate III qualifications on top of her HSC certificate. INFORMATION
  10. 10. 2017 COURSE GUIDE Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and credit transfer Have the skills and knowledge you’ve gained previously in work, study and life recognised. It may reduce your study time and course fees. You’re here! By choosing a TVET course to study as part of your HSC you get a head start on your career and guaranteed entry* into selected North Coast TAFE courses when you finish school. HSC + VET qualification (TVET course) VET qualifications + Career outcomes You can choose from over 600 accredited courses taught by industry-trained professionals, so whatever your interests, we have a course to match! All training and qualifications received in your TVET course at school count towards your TAFE studies later on. This means you save time and money by only studying certain topics once. Our qualifications range from: *Eligibility and course availability conditions apply. you’re here! Students, Diploma Advanced Diploma: Higher level TAFE qualifications that build on your previous studies and knowledge. It's a great goal to aim for and can provide you with up to 50% advanced standing in a university degree. Certificate III IV: Prepare you for jobs in a range of industries. If you choose a school-based apprenticeship or traineeship you’ll get a head start on a qualification at this level. Certificate I II: Aim at building foundation skills and preparing you for further study or work. + TVET High School 10 INFORMATION
  11. 11. 11 Did you know TAFENSW offers Graduate Diplomas, Bachelor Degrees and more? You'll receive all the benefits of university study, plus the industry-ready practical skills that TAFE qualifications are known for. You can get a head start in your tertiary studies by completing a VET course as part of your HSC. Choosing a TAFE to uni pathway is a great way to get practical, ‘job ready’ skills and then gain entry into a university at an advanced stage. Partner universities Visit northcoasttafe.edu.au for the latest updates and links to the TAFE credit transfer pages of our partner university websites: A TVET course can give your child: a nationally recognised qualification valued by employers and other training providers more confidence and independence experience in an adult learning environment insight into a range of career and work possibilities guaranteed entry* into selected North Coast TAFE courses upon completion of HSC. VET qualifications + Higher education qualifications + Career outcomes Info for parents! University
  12. 12. 12 2017 COURSE GUIDE What’s next for you? Discover your future now! Our (TVET) courses can help launch your career. Deadly options right here to learn for work whilst you are still at school. Choose hospitality, children's services, construction, marketing, fitness, animal studies, digital media, and so much more: • Learn deadly, practical work-related skills whilst you are at school • Find out about school based apprenticeships and traineeships • Complete units that count towards your Higher School Certificate (HSC) • Most TVET courses lead to further TAFE or university studies Find out more now www.nctafe.aboriginallearningcircle.com or www.northcoasttafe.edu.au Or give us a call on 1300 628 233 INFORMATION
  13. 13. Board Developed (ATAR) courses: ■ Give a student credit towards their HSC. ■ Provide a national vocational qualification recognised by employers, TAFE and other vocational education and training providers across Australia. ■ Require students to complete a work placement of 35 hours per two units of study.  ■ Have an optional state-wide HSC examination. The examination can be included in the calculation of a student's ATAR. ■ May lead into a pathway towards related courses at TAFE, universities and other training organisations. ■ Only one VET course can contribute to a student's ATAR. ■ Category B courses. Board Developed courses Pages 14-39 13
  14. 14. 14 2017 COURSE GUIDE Course description This hands-on course gives students the opportunity to develop the technical, vocational and interpersonal skills that will equip them up for success within the automotive industry. Students will spend practical time in an automotive workshop and be involved in a range of activities to strengthen their technical knowledge. There are four course pathways available for students including: ■ mechanical ■ motorcycle ■ outdoor power equipment (small engines) ■ paint and panel. Apprentice mechanic, parts and accessories sales person, new and used car sales person. Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour), 2 units x 2 years (240 hour), 4 units x 1 year (240 hour) HSC exam Yes – optional (at completion of 240 hour course) Qualification Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation (AUR20712) and/or transcript of competencies achieved Pathway Advanced standing in higher level qualifications in the Automotive Industry Retail, Service and Repair Training Package (AUR12) Note Work placement mandatory – 35 hours per 2 units of study. This is a category B course. Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Career Opportunities BOARDDEVELOPEDCOURSES
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  16. 16. 16 2017 COURSE GUIDE Clerk, administration or office assistant, receptionist, personal assistant, office administrator. Further study in areas such as marketing, human resources, accounting and project management will lead to more specialised career opportunities. Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour), 2 units x 2 years (240 hour), 4 units x 1 year (240 hour), plus specialisation courses HSC exam Yes – optional (at completion of 240 hour course) Qualification Certificate II in Business (BSB20115) and/or transcript of competencies achieved Pathway Advanced standing in a range of Certificate III qualifications within the Business Services Training Package (BSB) Note 1 unit (60 hour), 2 unit (120 hour) or 3 unit (180 hour) specialisation courses available. Work placement mandatory – 35 hours per 2 units of study. This is a category B course. Course description For students who enjoy seeking a challenge and want to be part of a high-performing workplace, this course provides the core business skills and knowledge they need to succeed. Students will learn how to work effectively in a business and office environment, deliver excellent customer service and use a range of business technologies. Business services can include: ■ advertising ■ accounting ■ business ■ communication ■ human resources ■ legal work It also includes more specialised functions such as franchising, project management, and work, health and safety. The course is designed to give students a range of business skills valued within and beyond the workplace. These skills include becoming proficient in word processing applications, spreadsheets, database manipulation and financial documents preparation. Certificate II in Business (BSB20115) Certificate III (BSB30115) or Certificate IV in Business (BSB40215) Diploma of Business (BSB50215) Bachelor of Business (Management) Study during school as part of your HSC Study at TAFE after completing HSC year Study Higher Qualifications at TAFE Study at University TAFE to Uni Pathway ■ management ■ market research ■ sales and marketing ■ secretarial and technology applications. Career Opportunities Services Contributes to ATAR: yes / no BOARDDEVELOPEDCOURSES
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  18. 18. 18 2017 COURSE GUIDE Course description This hands-on course gives students a practical introduction to the construction industry – showcasing the broad range of career opportunities available. Students gain foundation knowledge and skills, including how to plan and organise building activities, work with others in a construction team and use a range of tools and equipment safely. Courses are available in the areas of: ■ bricklaying ■ carpentry ■ general construction ■ off-site construction (including shop fitting) ■ waterproofing. Entry level employment in the general construction industry. Further study can lead onto careers such as a foreman, builder, scaffolder or site manager. Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour), 2 units x 2 years (240 hour), 4 units x 1 year (240 hour), plus specialisation courses HSC exam Yes – optional (at completion of 240 hour course) Qualification Certificate II in Construction (CPC20112) and/or transcript of competencies achieved Pathway Advanced standing in a range of Certificate III level qualifications within the General Construction Training Package (CPC08) Note 1 unit (60 hour), 2 unit (120 hour), 3 unit (180 hour) and 4 unit (240 hour) specialisation courses available. Work placement mandatory – 35 hours per 2 units of study. This is a category B course. Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Career Opportunities BOARDDEVELOPEDCOURSES
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  20. 20. 20 2017 COURSE GUIDE Course description In this hands-on, high-energy course, students will gain the basic skills and knowledge they need for work within the electrotechnology industry. Students learn to safely install and maintain electrical equipment and systems for industrial, commercial and domestic purposes including electrical transmission and distribution equipment. There are a range of electives to choose from including security equipment installation, electrical machine repair, switchgear and control. The course includes practical tasks working with: ■ components ■ tools and equipment ■ direct current circuits ■ electrical drawings and compliance ■ safety ■ sustainability. Apprentice Electrician, data communications worker, electrical trades assistant, air conditioning and refrigeration apprentice. Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour), 2 units x 2 years (240 hour), 4 units x 1 year (240 hour) HSC exam Yes – optional (at completion of 240 hour course) Qualification Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start) (UEE22011) and/or transcript of competencies achieved Pathway Advanced standing in a range of Certificate III qualifications within the Electrotechnology Training Package (UEE11) Note Work placement mandatory – 35 hours per 2 units of study. This is a Catagory B course Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Career Opportunities BOARDDEVELOPEDCOURSES
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  22. 22. 22 2017 COURSE GUIDE Bookkeeper, accounts clerk, administration officer, payroll officer. Further study may lead to higher roles in accounting and financial management. Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour), 2 units x 2 years (240 hour), 2 units x 2 years plus 1 unit extension (300 hour) HSC exam Yes – optional (at completion of 240 hour course) Qualification Certificate III in Accounts Administration (FNS30315) and/or transcript of competencies achieved Pathway Diploma of Accounting (FNS50215) Note Work placement mandatory – 35 hours per 2 units of study. This is a category B course. Course description Designed to provide the fundamentals and initial grounding needed for the accounting industry, students can gain a range of valuable personal, technical and organisational workplace skills. These skills can assist students if they start their own business or gain employment in areas that include: ■ accounts payable ■ accounts receivable ■ payroll clerk ■ night audit roles within the hospitality industry ■ stock control within hospitality, retail or a warehouse The course can be used as a stepping stone into the accounting industry and as a pathway to university. Career Opportunities Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Certificate III in Accounts Administration (FNS30315) Diploma of Accounting (FNS50215) Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) – Up to 18 months credit for your TAFE studies means less time at University Study during school as part of your HSC Study at TAFE after completing HSC year Study at University TAFE to Uni Pathway BOARDDEVELOPEDCOURSES
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  24. 24. 24 2017 COURSE GUIDE Course description This course is ideal for students who are inspired by food and who excel in a customer- focused environment. Students will learn about essential hospitality duties, while developing a range of specialised commercial kitchen skills in preparing, cooking and serving food. The course focuses on the practical application of cookery principles, implementation of food safety procedures and the presentation of foods for a range of hospitality establishments. Students also learn about the overall hospitality industry and will build customer service and communications skills, along with a wide range of skills in food and beverage service, accommodation services and other hospitality services. A diverse range of occupations exist across the hospitality industry, such as customer service and sales, commercial cookery and catering, food and beverage service, accommodation service, marketing and promotion. Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour), 2 units x 2 years (240 hour), 4 units x 1 year (240 hour), plus specialisation courses HSC exam Yes – optional (at completion of 240 hour course) Qualification Certificate II in Hospitality (SIT20213), Certificate II in Kitchen Operations (SIT20312) and/or transcript of competencies achieved Pathway Advanced standing in a range of Certificate III level qualifications within the Tourism, Hospitality Training Package (SIT12) Note 1 unit (60 hour) or 2 unit (120 hour) specialisation courses available. Work placement mandatory – 35 hours per 2 units of study. This is a category B course. Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Career Opportunities Certificate II in Hospitality (SIT20213) Certificate III in Hospitality (SIT30713) Diploma of Hospitality (SIT50313) or Advanced Diploma of Hospitality (SIT60313) Bachelor of Business, Hotel or Resort Management – Up to 18 months credit for your TAFE studies means less time at University Study during school as part of your HSC Study at TAFE after completing HSC year Study Higher Qualifications at TAFE Study at University TAFE to Uni Pathway BOARDDEVELOPEDCOURSES
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  26. 26. 26 2017 COURSE GUIDE Aged Care and Health Services Assistance Course description Providing transferable skills and experience in teamwork, communication and workplace health and safety, students can gain a distinct advantage for entering the community services, aged care or health industries. Once they have completed the course, students can assist the elderly with their living, emotional and psychological needs in a range of community and residential aged care facilities. Assistant in nursing in public and private acute care, aged care or health facilities. Further study can lead to careers in higher level nursing roles, midwifery and health management. Pattern of study 4 units x 1 year plus 2 units x 1 year (360 hour) HSC exam Yes – optional (at completion of 240 hour course) Qualification Certificate III in Individual Support-Ageing (CHC33015), Certificate III in Health Services Assistance (HLT33115), Certificate III in Allied Health Assistance (HLT33015) and/or transcript of competencies achieved Pathway Advanced standing into other qualifications in Health Training Package (HLT) or Community Services Training Package (CHC) Note Students must adhere to uniform requirements to ensure compliance with WHS regulations. Students participating in clinical placements in hospitals or related NSW Health system facilities must comply with the assessment, screening and vaccination requirements of the NSW Department of Health Policy. Students over the age of 16 may be required to undergo a National Criminal History Record Check. This is a category B course. Work placement mandatory. 120 hours for Certificate III in Individual Support-Ageing. 80 hours for Certificate III in Health Services Assistance and 80 hours for Certificate III in Allied Health Assistance. Career Opportunities Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Certificate III in Health Services Assistant (HLT33115), Certificate III in Individual Support-Ageing (CHC33015) or Certificate III in Allied Health Assistance (HLT33015) Diploma of Nursing (HLT54115) Study during school as part of your HSC Study at TAFE after completing HSC year Bachelor of Midwifery or Bachelor of Nursing Study at University TAFE to Uni Pathway BOARDDEVELOPEDCOURSES
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  28. 28. 28 2017 COURSE GUIDE Course description For students who have a keen interest in computers and technology, this course provides a range of skills suited to entry-level work in this pivotal area of any industry. With a focus on supporting and managing information and digital technology in the workplace, students will gain invaluable knowledge to set themselves up for a successful career. The three streams available are: ■ web and software applications ■ networking and hardware ■ digital animation. Multimedia and web development specialists, desktop publishers, graphic designers, programmers and IT help desk operators. Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour), 2 units x 2 years (240 hour), 4 units x 1 year (240 hour), plus specialisation courses HSC exam Yes – optional (at completion of 240 hour course) Qualification Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology (ICT30115), and/or transcript of competencies achieved Pathway Advanced standing in higher level qualifications in the Information and Communications Technology Training Package (ICT) Note 1 unit (60 hour), 2 unit (120 hour), 3 unit (180 hour), 4 unit (240 hour) specialisation courses available. Work placement mandatory – 35 hours per 2 units of study. This is a category B course. Digital Technology Career Opportunities Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology (ICT30115) Certificate IV in Information Technology (ICT40115) Diploma of Information Technology (ICT50115) Bachelor of Applied Computing Study during school as part of your HSC Study at TAFE after completing HSC year Study Higher Qualifications at TAFE Study at University TAFE to Uni Pathway Contributes to ATAR: yes / no BOARDDEVELOPEDCOURSES
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  30. 30. 30 2017 COURSE GUIDE Sheetmetal worker, welder, metal fabrication apprentice. Further study can lead to higher level careers in engineering. Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour), 2 units x 2 years (240 hour), 4 units x 1 year (240 hour), plus specialisation courses HSC exam Yes – optional (at completion of 240 hour course) Qualification Certificate I in Engineering (MEM10105) and/or transcript of competencies achieved Pathway Advanced standing in higher level qualifications within the Metal and Engineering Training Package (MEM05) Note 1 unit (60 hour) or 2 unit (120 hour) specialisation courses available. Work placement mandatory – 35 hours per 2 units of study. This is a category B course. Course description Students will gain a broad range of skills and knowledge in this hands-on course that will provide the building blocks for entry-level employment within the metal and engineering industry. Using a range of machinery and technology to produce and maintain equipment and products to standards, students learn to work safely and effectively in a manufacturing environment. and Engineering Career Opportunities Contributes to ATAR: yes / no BOARDDEVELOPEDCOURSES
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  32. 32. 32 2017 COURSE GUIDE Depending on the speciality chosen, career opportunities can include dairy farm worker, farm worker, green keeping assistant and horticulture assistant. Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour), 2 units x 2 years (240 hours), 4 units x 1 year (240 hour) plus specialisation courses HSC exam Yes – optional (at completion of 240 hour course) Qualification Depending on the strand chosen Certificate II in a range of qualifications and/or transcript of competencies achieved Pathway Advanced standing in higher level qualifications in the Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management Training Package (AHC10) Note 1 unit (60 hour), 2 unit (120 hour), 3 unit (180 hour) or 4 unit (240 hour) specialisation courses available. Work placement mandatory – 35 hours per 2 units of study. Rural Operations (Horse Industry Specialisation) studies online with workshops at Taree TAFE Campus. This is a category B course. Course description Students can choose from a range of course pathways that provide hands-on and practical work experience sought after by employers within specific primary industries. Students who are seeking a career in the horse industry can study rural operations and select relevant electives. Students can specialise in a range of industry areas including: ■ agriculture ■ conservation and land management ■ horticulture ■ landscaping ■ parks and gardens ■ production horticulture ■ production nursery ■ retail nursery ■ rural operations (horse industry specialisation) ■ sports turf management. Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Certificate II in Agriculture (AHC20110) Certificate III in Agriculture (AHC30110) or Certificate IV in Agriculture (AHC40110) Diploma of Agriculture (AHC50110) Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management, or Bachelor of Ecological Agricultural Systems, or Bachelor of Agricultural Science, or Bachelor of Agriculture Study during school as part of your HSC Study at TAFE after completing HSC year Study Higher Qualifications at TAFE Study at University TAFE to Uni Pathway Career Opportunities BOARDDEVELOPEDCOURSES
  33. 33. Ballina Casino Coffs Harbour 3 CHEC Grafton Great Lakes Kempsey Kingscliff Lismore Macksville Maclean Murwillumbah Port Macquarie 3 Taree Wauchope 3 Wollongbar 3 Flexible/Online Locations 33 BOARDDEVELOPEDCOURSES
  34. 34. 34 2017 COURSE GUIDE Course description This course is perfect for students who enjoy dealing with people and delivering excellent customer service. Students gain an understanding of the retail industry, while developing a broad range of transferrable personal and interpersonal skills. Students will participate in a range of practical activities covering: ■ customer service ■ communication ■ equipment operations ■ merchandising ■ sales ■ stock control. A range of positions in retail sales, customer service and administration. Students may even progress into an area or state manager’s position or CEO of a large retail company. Further study can open opportunities in business, human resources, community pharmacy and marketing. Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour), 2 units x 2 years (240 hour), 4 units x 1 year (240 hour), plus specialisation courses HSC exam Yes – optional (at completion of 240 hour course) Qualification Certificate II in Retail Services (SIR20212) and/or transcript of competencies achieved Pathway Advanced standing in Certificate III in Retail Operations (SIR30212) or Certificate II in Community Pharmacy (SIR20112) Note 1 unit (60 hour) extension course available to complete Certificate III in Retail Operations (SIR30212). 2 unit (120 hour) extension course available in Community Pharmacy to complete Certificate II in Community Pharmacy (SIR20112). Work placement mandatory – 35 hours per 2 units of study. This is a category B course. Certificate II in Retail Services (SIR20212) or Certificate III in Retail Operations (SIR30212) Certificate IV in Retail Management (SIR40212) Diploma of Retail Management (SIR50112) Bachelor of Business Study during school as part of your HSC Study at TAFE after completing HSC year Study Higher Qualifications at TAFE Study at University TAFE to Uni Pathway Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Career Opportunities BOARDDEVELOPEDCOURSES
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  36. 36. 36 2017 COURSE GUIDE Pharmacy assistant or sales assistant. Pattern of study 1 unit x 1 year (60 hour), 2 units x 1 year (120 hour) HSC exam No Qualification Certificate II in Community Pharmacy (SIR20112) and/or transcript of competencies achieved Pathway Advanced standing in Certificate III (SIR30112) and IV in Community Pharmacy (SIR40112) Note Students must be enrolled in Retail Services (240 hour course). This is a category B course. Course description In this specialised retail course, students will gain the skills and knowledge they need to work in entry-level positions within a community pharmacy. Once they have completed the course, students can perform typical duties including: ■ serving and interacting with customers ■ merchandising products and controlling stock ■ understanding the product range and the roles and responsibilities of pharmacy assistants and pharmacists ■ communicating with customers to identify needs and to provide appropriate product advice and/or referral. in Community Pharmacy Career Opportunities Contributes to ATAR: yes / no BOARDDEVELOPEDCOURSES
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  38. 38. 38 2017 COURSE GUIDE Course description Students who like to organise and manage events or travel will enjoy the career pathways this course can unlock. The course focuses on: ■ arranging and selling tour and travel products ■ the provision of tour, accommodation and reservation services ■ travellers’ consumption of related products and services. Working in the events area includes coordinating and managing business, community, cultural, leisure and religious events. The products and services offered by the tourism and travel industry are often used for events. Reservation clerk, tour guide, event/conference assistant, receptionist and office assistant in a retail travel agency, retail sales assistant in an attraction. Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour), 2 units x 2 years (240 hour), 4 units x 1 year (240 hour) HSC exam Yes – optional (at completion of 240 hour course) Qualification Certificate III in Tourism (SIT30112), Certificate III in Events (SIT30612), Statement of Attainment towards Certificate III in Travel (SIT31312) and/or transcript of competencies achieved Pathway Advanced standing in a range of higher level qualifications in the Tourism, Travel and Hospitality Training Package (SIT12) Note Work placement mandatory – 35 hours per 2 units of study. This is a category B course. Travel and Events Career Opportunities Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Certificate III in Tourism (SIT30112), or Certificate III in Travel (SIT31312), or Certificate III in Events (SIT30612) Certificate IV in Travel Tourism (SIT40212) Diploma of Travel Tourism (SIT50112) Bachelor of Business (Management) or Bachelor of Tourism Management Study during school as part of your HSC Study at TAFE after completing HSC year Study Higher Qualifications at TAFE Study at University TAFE to Uni Pathway BOARDDEVELOPEDCOURSES
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  40. 40. 40 BOARDENDORSEDCOURSES Board Endorsed (Non- Framework) courses: ■ Give students credit towards their Higher School Certificate (HSC). ■ Provide a national vocational qualification recognised by employers across Australia. ■ Lead into and provide credit for related courses in universities, TAFE courses and other training organisations. ■ Do not count in the calculation of a student's ATAR. Board Endorsed courses Pages 41-71 2016 COURSE GUIDE
  41. 41. Aboriginal Course description This course is for Aboriginal students (or non-Aboriginal students, subject to local Aboriginal community approval) who have basic skills in Aboriginal Language/s and who are seeking to increase their Language proficiency. Students will develop routine speaking, listening, reading and writing skills in Aboriginal Language/s. Students will also learn about local Cultural Knowledge and Protocols relevant to the use of Language. These skills and knowledge will help students participate in the community, progress into further study, and will assist in the reclamation, revitalisation and maintenance of Aboriginal Language/s. Ballina Casino Coffs Harbour 3 CHEC 3 Grafton Great Lakes Kempsey Kingscliff Lismore 3 Macksville Maclean Murwillumbah Port Macquarie 3 Taree Trenayr Wauchope Wollongbar Flexible/Online Career opportunities This course helps students proceed to further training in Aboriginal Language/s. The course can also lead into employment in the education sector for Aboriginal people and into employment working with Aboriginal communities to strengthen relationships and strive for community capacity building and sustainable development. Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour) Qualification Certificate II in Aboriginal Language/s (10217NAT) and/or transcript of competencies achieved Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Locations Languages Aboriginal Learning Circle 41 BOARDENDORSEDCOURSES
  42. 42. 42 BOARDENDORSEDCOURSES Career opportunities Aboriginal primary health care worker. Pattern of study 2 units x 2 years (240 hour) Qualification Certificate II in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care (HLT20113) and /or transcript of competencies achieved. Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Course description This course is ideal for students who care about helping others. It can open up career paths within health care services for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander clients. After completing the course, students may work in a health clinic. Other opportunities may also include delivering limited health care services to clients living in communities that are isolated from mainstream health services. Ballina Casino 3 Coffs Harbour CHEC Grafton Great Lakes 3 Kempsey 3 Kingscliff 3 Lismore 3 Macksville Maclean Murwillumbah 3 Port Macquarie 3 Taree 3 Wauchope Wollongbar Flexible/Online Locations Health Care Certificate II in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care (HLT20113) Certificate IV in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care (HLT40113) Diploma of Aboriginal Studies for Professional and Community Practice (10225NAT) Bachelor of Primary Health Care Study during school as part of your HSC Study at TAFE after completing HSC year Study Higher Qualifications at TAFE Study at University TAFE to Uni Pathway Aboriginal Pathways in Primary
  43. 43. Active Course description Volunteering will help students gain valuable work skills and experience that will prepare them for employment. This course is ideal for students who are currently volunteering in a local community organisation. Students will learn how to communicate effectively in a work environment and work as part of a team. They will also gain an understanding of general work, health and safety procedures. Ballina Casino Coffs Harbour CHEC Grafton Great Lakes Kempsey 3 Kingscliff Lismore Macksville Maclean Murwillumbah Port Macquarie Taree Trenayr Wauchope Wollongbar 3 Flexible/Online Career opportunities Volunteer in a community organisation and/or entry level employment in a range of industries. Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour) Qualification Certificate II in Active Volunteering (CHC24015) and/or transcript of competencies achieved Note 35 hours of work placement mandatory. Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Locations Volunteering 43 BOARDENDORSEDCOURSES
  44. 44. 44 BOARDENDORSEDCOURSES Animal Course description Animal lovers will thoroughly enjoy this course. Students will have the opportunity to work with a range of companion animals and can follow career paths as animal care and welfare officers or as animal attendants. Students will learn theory and practice covering: ■ feeding and handling animals ■ maintaining animal housing ■ caring for and grooming animals ■ maintaining record systems and stock controls. Career opportunities Veterinary nursing attendant, kennel hand, cattery hand, pet shop assistant, zoo keeper and wildlife carer. Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour), 2 units x 2 years (240 hour), 4 units x 1 year (240 hour) Qualification Certificate II in Animal Studies (ACM20110) and/or transcript of competencies achieved Note 2 unit (120 hour) extension course available to complete Certificate III in Animal Studies (ACM30110). Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Studies Ballina Casino Coffs Harbour 3 CHEC 3 Grafton 3 Great Lakes 3 Kempsey 3 Kingscliff 3 Lismore 3 Macksville 3 Maclean Murwillumbah 3 Port Macquarie 3 Taree 3 Wauchope Wollongbar 3 Flexible/Online Locations Certificate II in Animal Studies (ACM20110) Certificate III in Animal Studies (ACM30110), or Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing (ACM40412) Diploma of Veterinary Nursing (General Practice) (ACM50512) Bachelor of Veterinary Science Study during school as part of your HSC Study at TAFE after completing HSC year Study Higher Qualifications at TAFE Study at University TAFE to Uni Pathway
  45. 45. Career opportunities Aquaculture farm hand, hatchery assistant or aquaculture technician. Pattern of study 2 units x 2 years (240 hour) Qualification Certificate II in Aquaculture (SFI20111) and/or transcript of competencies achieved Note Students need to do a minimum of 1 week work placement per 2 units. Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Aquaculture Course description For students who love being outdoors, this course provides an understanding of the aquatic environment and is a great introduction to the aquaculture industry. Students will gain a range of valuable aquaculture skills including water quality monitoring, stock handling, harvest, and post-harvest handling. Ballina Casino Coffs Harbour CHEC Grafton Great Lakes Kempsey Kingscliff Lismore Macksville Maclean Murwillumbah Port Macquarie Taree Wauchope Wollongbar 3 Flexible/Online Locations Certificate II in Aquaculture (SFI20111) Certificate III in Aquaculture (SFI30111) Bachelor of Science or Fisheries and Aquaculture Study during school as part of your HSC Study at TAFE after completing HSC year Study at University TAFE to Uni Pathway 45 BOARDENDORSEDCOURSES
  46. 46. 46 BOARDENDORSEDCOURSES Career opportunities Entry level work in the aviation industry such as cargo services operator, cabin crew, check in and customer service assistant or baggage handler. Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour), 2 units x 2 years (240 hour), 4 units x 1 year (240 hour) Qualification Certificate II in Aviation (Flight Operations) (AVI20208) and/or Certificate II in Aviation (Ground Operations and Service) (AVI20408) and/or transcript of competencies achieved Aviation Course description This course prepares students for employment within the sought-after aviation industry – opening up career possibilities in Australia and around the world. Students gain the comprehensive knowledge, skills and values that international and domestic airlines seek when recruiting candidates. Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Ballina Casino Coffs Harbour CHEC Grafton Great Lakes Kempsey 3 Kingscliff Lismore Macksville Maclean Murwillumbah Port Macquarie Taree Wauchope 3 Wollongbar 3 Flexible/Online Locations (Flight Operations or Ground Operations and Service)
  47. 47. Career opportunities Retail baking apprentice. Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour), 2 units x 2 years (240 hour), 4 units x 1 year (240 hour) Qualification Statement of Attainment towards Certificate III in Retail Baking (FDF30710) and/or transcript of competencies achieved. Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Baking Course description This course is perfect for students who are inspired by the idea of a career in baking. It offers the opportunity to learn how to work effectively and safely in a bakehouse environment. Students will use the correct equipment and materials to produce a range of cakes, pastry products, biscuits and breads. At the end of the course, students will have the basic skills and knowledge for entry-level employment as a baking retail assistant or as an apprentice in bread making or pastry cooking. Ballina Casino Coffs Harbour 3 CHEC Grafton Great Lakes Kempsey 3 Kingscliff 3 Lismore Macksville Maclean Murwillumbah 3 Port Macquarie Taree Wauchope Wollongbar Flexible/Online Locations 47 BOARDENDORSEDCOURSES
  48. 48. 48 BOARDENDORSEDCOURSES Career opportunities Entry level/trainee positions such as a salon assistant with further study leading to careers such as make-up artist, beauty therapist or beautician. Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour), 2 units x 2 years (240 hour), 4 units x 1 year (240 hour), 3 units x 2 years (360 hour) Qualification Certificate III in Make-up (SHB30215), and/or transcript of competencies achieved Note 2 unit (120 hour) specialisation available. Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Course description Students who like to be creative with make- up and make others look and feel their best will enjoy this course. It provides introductory beauty knowledge and skills, preparing students for work as a retail assistant or trainee make-up artist. Students will develop the techniques they need to work in a salon and perform make-up and other beauty related services. Ballina Casino Coffs Harbour 3 CHEC 3 Grafton 3 Great Lakes 3 Kempsey 3 Kingscliff Lismore 3 Macksville 3 Maclean Murwillumbah 3 Port Macquarie 3 Taree 3 Wauchope 3 Wollongbar Flexible/Online Locations Beauty Services Make-Up
  49. 49. Career opportunities Entry level/trainee positions such as a salon assistant with further study leading to careers such as make-up artist, beauty therapist or beautician. Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour), 2 units x 2 years (240 hour), 4 units x 1 year (240 hour), 3 units x 1 year and 2 units x 1 year (300 hour) Qualification Certificate III in Nail Technology (SHB30315), and/or transcript of competencies achieved Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Course description This course is perfect for students who prefer to specialise in nail technology within the beauty industry. It will equip students with the skills they need to offer services in nail enhancement and nail art. Students will learn how to: ■ deliver service to customers ■ receive and process sales orders ■ identify and respond to customers’ special requirements ■ effectively apply and maintain various types of nail extensions ■ decorate the nails of clients using a variety of techniques, adornments and creative nail designs ■ give professional manicures and pedicures. Nail Technology Ballina Casino Coffs Harbour 3 CHEC 3 Grafton 3 Great Lakes Kempsey Kingscliff Lismore 3 Macksville Maclean Murwillumbah 3 Port Macquarie 3 Taree Wauchope 3 Wollongbar Flexible/Online Locations Beauty Services 49 BOARDENDORSEDCOURSES
  50. 50. 50 BOARDENDORSEDCOURSES Career opportunities General metal and engineering drafting in an office environment. Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour), 2 units x 2 years (240 hour) Qualification Statement of Attainment towards Computer Aided Drafting (MEM05) and/or transcript of competencies achieved. Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Course description For students interested in a career in drafting, this course provides the essential skills and knowledge they need to produce CAD drawings. From simple two-dimensional drawings to more complex three-dimensional drawings, students will gain a good grasp for presentation purposes. Ballina Casino Coffs Harbour CHEC Grafton Great Lakes Kempsey Kingscliff Lismore Macksville Maclean Murwillumbah Port Macquarie Taree Wauchope 3 Wollongbar Flexible/Online Locations Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) Statement of Attainment in Computer Aided Drafting (MEM05) Certificate III in Engineering - Technical (MEM30505), or Certificate IV in Engineering Drafting (MEM40412) Bachelor of Engineering (Software) Study during school as part of your HSC Study at TAFE after completing HSC year Study at University TAFE to Uni Pathway
  51. 51. Course description This course is designed for students who require further foundation skill development to prepare for workforce entry or vocational training pathways in trades or the Australian Defence Force trades. Students will gain the skills, knowledge and attitude to apply for an apprenticeship in a trade including plumbing, automotive, construction and metal and engineering or entry to the Australian Defence Force trades. Defence Force Preparation Career opportunities Trade apprenticeship in the Australian Defence Force or apprenticeship in construction, automotive, plumbing, electrical or metal and engineering. Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour), 3 units x 1 year (180 hour), 2 units x 2 years (240 hour), 4 units x 1 year (240 hour) Qualification Statement of Attainment towards Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways (FSK20113) and/or transcript of competencies achieved. Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Ballina Casino Coffs Harbour CHEC Grafton Great Lakes Kempsey Kingscliff Lismore Macksville Maclean Murwillumbah Port Macquarie 3 Taree Wauchope Wollongbar Flexible/Online Locations 51 BOARDENDORSEDCOURSES
  52. 52. 52 BOARDENDORSEDCOURSES Career opportunities Graphic or Interior Design assistant. Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour), 2 units x 2 years (240 hour), 4 units x 1 year (240 hour) Qualification Certificate III in Design Fundamentals (CUV30715), and/or transcript of competencies achieved. Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Design Course description This course is ideal for students who have a flair for design and enjoy creating. It will help them to develop fundamental design skills and prepare for further study in the area. Students will engage in a balance of design theory and practical learning. Ballina Casino 3 Coffs Harbour 3 CHEC Grafton 3 Great Lakes Kempsey 3 Kingscliff 3 Lismore Macksville Maclean Murwillumbah 3 Port Macquarie 3 Taree Wauchope 3 Wollongbar 3 Flexible/Online Locations Graphic/Interior Certificate III in Design Fundamentals (CUA30715) Certificate IV in Design (CUV40311) Diploma of Interior Design and Decoration (MSF50213) or Diploma of Graphic Design (CUV50311) Bachelor of Creative Arts and Design or Creative Industries Study during school as part of your HSC Study at TAFE after completing HSC year Study Higher Qualifications at TAFE Study at University TAFE to Uni Pathway
  53. 53. Career opportunities Further and/or specialist study may lead to work opportunities as a camera lighting assistant, or production assistant. Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour), 2 units x 2 years (240 hour), 4 units x 1 year (240 hour) Qualification Certificate III in Screen and Media (CUA31015) and/or transcript of competencies achieved. Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Course description Students who are interested in developing their talent for producing interactive digital media will benefit from this course. It provides students with entry-level skills required for work in the digital imaging industry. This includes technical and creative skills in using a digital camera or scanner to create and edit photographic images and preparing photo images for integration into an interactive media sequence. Ballina Casino Coffs Harbour 3 CHEC 3 Grafton 3 Great Lakes Kempsey 3 Kingscliff 3 Lismore Macksville 3 Maclean Murwillumbah Port Macquarie 3 Taree Wauchope 3 Wollongbar Flexible/Online Locations Digital Photography 53 BOARDENDORSEDCOURSES
  54. 54. 54 BOARDENDORSEDCOURSES Career opportunities When the drivers licence has been attained, the ability to drive may assist the student to gain employment. Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour) Qualification Statement of Attainment towards Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways (FSK20113) and/or transcript of competencies achieved Note On completion of the literacy, numeracy and digital technology units, Aboriginal students will receive exemption from the RMS Driver Knowledge Test fee. Aboriginal Learning Circle Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Course description This course is for students who are seeking to pass the NSW Driver Knowledge Test (L). On completion of this course students will understand the RMS Road Users Handbooks and the different types of drivers licences available. Students also learn basic skills and knowledge for car maintenance, care and safety. 3 Ballina 3 Casino Coffs Harbour 3 CHEC 3 Grafton 3 Great Lakes 3 Kempsey 3 Kingscliff 3 Lismore 3 Macksville 3 Maclean 3 Murwillumbah 3 Port Macquarie 3 Taree 3 Wauchope 3 Wollongbar Flexible/Online Locations Driver Education
  55. 55. Early Childhood Career opportunities Child care assistant, playgroup supervisor, family day care worker, child care worker or nanny. Pattern of study 2 units x 2 years (240 hour), 3 units x 2 years (360 hour), 4 units x 2 years (480 hour) Qualification Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care (CHC30113) and/or transcript of competencies achieved Note Minimum 35 hours of mandatory work placement for 240 hour course and minimum 120 hours of mandatory work placement for 360 hour and 480 hour courses. Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Course description Students who enjoy interacting with children and want to help with their early development will gain the skills they need in this course. Students will learn how to use organisational policies, procedures and individual children’s profiles to plan activities and provide care to children, facilitating their leisure and play. Ballina 3 Casino Coffs Harbour 3 CHEC 3 Grafton 3 Great Lakes Kempsey 3 Kingscliff Lismore Macksville 3 Maclean Murwillumbah 3 Port Macquarie 3 Taree Wauchope 3 Wollongbar Flexible/Online Locations Education and Care Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care (CHC30113) Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care (CHC50113) Bachelor of Education or Social Science Study during school as part of your HSC Study Higher Qualifications at TAFE Study at University TAFE to Uni Pathway 55 BOARDENDORSEDCOURSES
  56. 56. 56 BOARDENDORSEDCOURSES Career opportunities Fashion design pattern maker, garment production assistant. Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour), 2 units x 2 years (240 hour) Qualification Certificate II in Applied Fashion Design and Technology (LMT21707) and/or transcript of competencies achieved Note Exclusions: Stage 6 Textiles and Design. Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Course description This course is for students who are interested in acquiring and applying creative practical skills and knowledge as an introduction or induction to the fashion industry. Ballina Casino Coffs Harbour CHEC Grafton Great Lakes 3 Kempsey Kingscliff Lismore Macksville Maclean Murwillumbah 3 Port Macquarie Taree Wauchope 3 Wollongbar 3 Flexible/Online Locations Fashion Design and Technology
  57. 57. Career opportunities Further study may lead to work opportunities as a fashion photographer. Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour), 2 units x 2 years (240 hour), 4 units x 1 year (240 hour) Qualification Statement of Attainment towards Certificate II in Visual Arts (CUA20715) and/or transcript of competencies achieved. Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Course description This course is ideal for students who have an eye for capturing fashion through photography. In particular, students will gain an understanding of photographing clothing and fashion accessories for display and promotional purposes. Students will learn to work with a digital SLR camera and become confident with all its functions, settings and capabilities. From exposure and composition to working with light and image manipulation and other post- production techniques, students will learn the fundamentals of photography. Ballina Casino Coffs Harbour CHEC Grafton 3 Great Lakes Kempsey Kingscliff Lismore Macksville Maclean Murwillumbah Port Macquarie 3 Taree Wauchope Wollongbar Flexible/Online Locations Fashion Photography 57 BOARDENDORSEDCOURSES
  58. 58. 58 BOARDENDORSEDCOURSES Career opportunities Fitness Instructor, Personal Trainer. Pattern of study 2 units x 2 year (240 hours) Qualification Statement of Attainment towards Certificate III in Fitness (SIS30315) and/or transcript of competencies achieved. Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Course description Students who enjoy fitness and want to help others reach their fitness goals will gain the skills they need to succeed in this course. A career opportunity includes working in the fitness industry as an exercise instructor. Students will learn how to: ■ provide fitness orientation and health screening ■ undertake client health assessments ■ maintain sport and recreation equipment for activities ■ apply anatomy and physiology principles in a fitness context ■ provide healthy eating information to clients in accordance with the recommended guidelines ■ provide high quality service in the fitness industry. Ballina Casino Coffs Harbour 3 CHEC Grafton Great Lakes Kempsey 3 Kingscliff 3 Lismore Macksville Maclean Murwillumbah 3 Port Macquarie Taree Wauchope Wollongbar Flexible/Online Locations Fitness
  59. 59. Floristry Career opportunities Floristry Assistant. Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour) Qualification Statement of Attainment towards Certificate II in Floristry (Assistant) (SFL20115) and/or transcript of competencies achieved. Course description This course will provide students with the skills and knowledge you need to create basic arrangements, posies, corsages and table arrangements. Students will learn how to care for and maintain floristry tools, the maintenance, care and handling of cut flowers, as well as general recognition of plants and foliage. The course also covers basic retail skills and shop management. Ballina Casino Coffs Harbour 3 CHEC Grafton Great Lakes Kempsey Kingscliff Lismore Macksville Maclean Murwillumbah Port Macquarie Taree Wauchope Wollongbar Flexible/Online Locations Contributes to ATAR: yes / no 59 BOARDENDORSEDCOURSES
  60. 60. 60 BOARDENDORSEDCOURSES Career opportunities Assistant cabinet maker, assistant installer of built-in cabinets and production operator within a cabinet making enterprise. Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour), 3 units x 1 year (180 hour), 2 units x 2 years (240 hour), 4 units x 1 year (240 hour) Qualification Statement of Attainment towards Certificate II in Furniture Making (MSF20313) and/or transcript of competencies achieved. Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Course description Students who like to work with their hands will enjoy this course that sets them up for employment as a cabinet maker in the furniture making industry. Students gain the skills and knowledge to manufacture free-standing furniture or built-in cabinets and provide onsite assistance for installing furniture or cabinets. Ballina 3 Casino Coffs Harbour CHEC Grafton Great Lakes Kempsey Kingscliff Lismore Macksville Maclean Murwillumbah Port Macquarie Taree Wauchope Wollongbar Flexible/Online Locations Furniture Making
  61. 61. Career opportunities Hairdressing salon assistant, hairdressing receptionist, hairdressing apprentice. Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour), 3 units x 1 year (180 hour) subject to approval by BOSTES, 2 units x 2 years (240 hour), 4 units x 1 year (240 hour) Qualification Certificate II in Salon Assistant (SHB20216) and/or transcript of competencies achieved. Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Course description This practical course can help open up career opportunities within the hairdressing industry. Students gain the knowledge and skills to work effectively and safely in a hairdressing salon, including basic first-aid and an understanding of industry regulation. Other learning aspects cover: ■ basic skills and techniques in hair colouring ■ a range of reception tasks ■ client relationships ■ product sales ■ basic elements and principles of hair design and styling. Ballina Casino Coffs Harbour 3 CHEC 3 Grafton Great Lakes 3 Kempsey 3 Kingscliff Lismore Macksville Maclean Murwillumbah 3 Port Macquarie 3 Taree Wauchope 3 Wollongbar Flexible/Online Locations Hairdressing Certificate II in Salon Assistant (SHB20216) Certificate III in Hairdressing (SHB30416) or Certificate IV in Hairdressing (SHB40216) Diploma of Salon Management (SHB50216) Bachelor of Business Study during school as part of your HSC Study at TAFE after completing HSC year Study Higher Qualifications at TAFE Study at University TAFE to Uni Pathway 61 BOARDENDORSEDCOURSES
  62. 62. 62 BOARDENDORSEDCOURSES Career opportunities Entry level employment in the horse industry. Pattern of study 2 units x 2 years (240 hour), 4 units x 1 year (240 hour) Qualification Statement of Attainment in Horse Industry Practice and/or transcript of competencies achieved Note An alternative option is Rural Operations (Horse Industry Specialisation) studies which is a board developed course offered online with workshops at Taree TAFE campus. Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Course description Students can fulfil their dream of working with horses by participating in this course. Gaining the skills and knowledge to work safely under supervision, students can follow career paths as a stud groom, strapper or stable hand in a range of equine enterprises. Ballina Casino Coffs Harbour CHEC Grafton Great Lakes Kempsey Kingscliff Lismore Macksville Maclean Murwillumbah Port Macquarie Taree Trenayr Wauchope Wollongbar 3 Flexible/Online Locations Horse Industry Practice
  63. 63. Career opportunities Office assistant, records assistant, junior office support. Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour), 2 units x 2 years (240 hour), 4 units x 1 year (240 hour) Qualification Certificate II in Information, Digital Media and Technology (ICT20115) and/or transcript of competencies achieved. Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Course description Through this course, students will gain a solid understanding of the information, digital media and technology industry. Students will develop a variety of general and transferable skills that they can apply across a wide range of sectors where information and communications technology is used. Ballina Casino Coffs Harbour 3 CHEC Grafton Great Lakes Kempsey Kingscliff Lismore 3 Macksville Maclean Murwillumbah Port Macquarie Taree Wauchope Wollongbar 3 Flexible/Online Locations Digital Skills Information and Certificate II in Information, Digital Media and Technology (ICT20115) Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology (ICT30115) Diploma of Digital Media Technologies (ICT50915) Bachelor of Information Technology Study during school as part of your HSC Study at TAFE after completing HSC year Study Higher Qualifications at TAFE Study at University TAFE to Uni Pathway 63 BOARDENDORSEDCOURSES
  64. 64. 64 BOARDENDORSEDCOURSES Career opportunities Entry level positions in the maritime industry. Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour) Qualification Certificate I in Maritime Operations (General Purpose Near Coastal) (MAR10313) and/or transcript of competencies achieved. Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Course description This hands-on course is suited to students who enjoy being out on the water. The skills gained can lead them to a career in the maritime industry, where they can work as a deckhand on vessels up to 80m long with up to 3000kW propulsion power. 3 Ballina Casino Coffs Harbour 3 CHEC Grafton Great Lakes Kempsey Kingscliff Lismore Macksville 3 Maclean Murwillumbah 3 Port Macquarie Taree Trenayr Wauchope Wollongbar Flexible/Online Locations Deckhand Operations Maritime
  65. 65. Career opportunities Road crew member, recording assistant, performer. Further study in music can lead to careers in sound engineering and artist representation. Pattern of study 3 units x 1 year (180 hour) Qualification Certificate II in Music (CUA20615), Statement of Attainment towards Certificate II in Music Industry (CUA20615) and/or transcript of competencies achieved. Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Course description Musically gifted students and those who want to be a part of the music industry in production or management will benefit from this introductory course. Students gain music knowledge and listening skills in selected music styles, familiarity with the industry and its products and basic technical skills in performance and/or sound production. Ballina Casino 3 Coffs Harbour CHEC 3 Grafton Great Lakes Kempsey Kingscliff Lismore Macksville Maclean Murwillumbah Port Macquarie Taree Trenayr Wauchope Wollongbar 3 Flexible/Online Locations Introduction Industry Music Statement of Attainment towards Certificate II in Music (CUA20615) Certificate II in Music (CUA20615) or Certificate III in Music (CUA30915) Diploma of Music (CUA50815) Bachelor of Music Study during school as part of your HSC Study at TAFE after completing HSC year Study Higher Qualifications at TAFE Study at University TAFE to Uni Pathway 65 BOARDENDORSEDCOURSES
  66. 66. 66 BOARDENDORSEDCOURSES Career opportunities Plumber’s assistant, apprentice plumber. Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour), 2 units x 2 years (240 hour), 4 units x 1 year (240 hour) Qualification Statement of Attainment towards Certificate III in Plumbing (CPC32413) and/or transcript of competencies achieved Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Course description Students who are keen to undertake a plumbing apprenticeship or who want to work within the industry will benefit from this course. Students will receive an in-depth understanding of the trade and basic skills. The qualification has core and elective units of competency that include units common to other qualifications in the plumbing industry as well as specialist urban irrigation units of competency. Ballina Casino 3 Coffs Harbour CHEC Grafton Great Lakes Kempsey Kingscliff Lismore Macksville Maclean Murwillumbah Port Macquarie 3 Taree Wauchope 3 Wollongbar Flexible/Online Locations Plumbing
  67. 67. Career opportunities Entry level positions in the real estate industry. Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour) Qualification Statement of Attainment towards Certificate III in Property Services (Agency) (CPP30211) and/or transcript of competencies achieved Note Work placement is strongly recommended. Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Course description In this course, students will gain the knowledge, skills and attitudes they need to gain entry into the booming and lucrative real estate industry. After completion, students will have an entry-level qualification that can open up doors to a supporting role in property services. Ballina Casino Coffs Harbour CHEC Grafton Great Lakes Kempsey 3 Kingscliff Lismore Macksville Maclean Murwillumbah Port Macquarie Taree Wauchope Wollongbar 3 Flexible/Online Locations (Agency) Services Property 67 BOARDENDORSEDCOURSES
  68. 68. 68 BOARDENDORSEDCOURSES Career opportunities Civil construction worker, miner or plant operator. Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour), 2 units x 2 years (240 hour), 4 units x 1 year (240 hour) Qualification Statement of Attainment towards Certificate II in Resources and Infrastructure Work Preparation (RII20115) Note Classes delivered in blocks. Dates to be advised. Work placement mandatory – 35 hours. Please contact us if you would like this course delivered in an area outside those selected above. Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Course description This course offers students who enjoy construction the basic skills and knowledge they need for further specialised training. It covers operating various machinery as well as the skills needed for diverse construction projects. Through training partners such as All Excavations Training, North Coast TAFE provides students with real work experience. Students will put into practice the skills they learn by rehabilitating an old quarry site. They will also get the opportunity to meet industry experts and showcase their talents. Ballina Casino 3 Coffs Harbour CHEC Grafton Great Lakes Kempsey 3 Kingscliff 3 Lismore Macksville Maclean Murwillumbah 3 Port Macquarie 3 Taree Wauchope 3 Wollongbar Flexible/Online Locations Work Preparation Resources and Infrastructure Statement of Attainment towards Certificate II in Resources and Infrastructure Work Preparation (RII20115) Certificate II in Resources and Infrastructure Work Preparation (RII20115) or Certificate III in Civil Construction (RII30915) Diploma of Civil Construction Management (RII50415) Bachelor of Engineering Study during school as part of your HSC Study at TAFE after completing HSC year Study Higher Qualifications at TAFE Study at University TAFE to Uni Pathway
  69. 69. Career opportunities Further study may lead to work opportunities in web and multimedia production, the film, computer game, radio or television industries. Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour), 2 units x 2 years (240 hour), 4 units x 1 year (240 hour) Qualification Certificate III in Screen and Media (CUA31015) and/or transcript of competencies achieved. Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Course description For students who find a career in digital arts alluring, this course gives them the entry-level skills they need to begin their path. Students gain creative skills and knowledge in the complete production process of interactive digital media. During the course, students assist with: ■ camera set-up on location ■ preparing for photography shoots ■ setting up lighting ■ shooting video and wrapping up shoots ■ preparing for editing sound ■ assembling sequences for editing ■ preparing to record sound. Ballina Casino Coffs Harbour 3 CHEC 3 Grafton Great Lakes Kempsey 3 Kingscliff 3 Lismore 3 Macksville Maclean Murwillumbah 3 Port Macquarie 3 Taree Wauchope Wollongbar 3 Flexible/Online Locations and Media Screen Certificate III in Screen and Media (CUA31015) Certificate IV in Screen and Media (CUA41215) Diploma of Screen and Media (CUA51015) or Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media (CUA60615) Bachelor of Stage and Screen Study during school as part of your HSC Study at TAFE after completing HSC year Study Higher Qualifications at TAFE Study at University TAFE to Uni Pathway 69 BOARDENDORSEDCOURSES
  70. 70. 70 BOARDENDORSEDCOURSES Career opportunities Entry level employment in a range of industries. Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour), 3 units x 1 year (180 hour), 4 units x 1 year (240 hour), 2 units x 2 years (240 hour) Qualification Statement of Attainment towards Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways (FSK20113) and/or transcript of competencies achieved. ■ agriculture ■ horticulture ■ animal studies ■ arts and culture ■ automotive ■ business services ■ construction ■ financial services ■ floristry ■ health ■ hospitality ■ manufacturing ■ metal and engineering ■ personal services ■ plumbing ■ retail ■ transport and  logistics. Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Course description This course is designed for students who want to build on their basic work skills to gain an advantage and prepare for workforce entry or vocational training pathways. Students can choose from the following vocational areas: 3 Ballina Casino 3 Coffs Harbour 3 CHEC Grafton Great Lakes Kempsey 3 Kingscliff Lismore 3 Macksville Maclean Murwillumbah 3 Port Macquarie Taree Wauchope Wollongbar Flexible/Online Locations Vocational Pathways Skills for Work and
  71. 71. Career opportunities Further study will lead to employment in the creative industries. Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour), 2 units x 2 years (240 hour), 4 units x 1 year (240 hour) Qualification Certificate II in Visual Arts (CUV20111) and/or transcript of competencies achieved. Contributes to ATAR: yes / no Course description For students with creative flair, this course will showcase the ins and outs of the visual arts industry. Students will gain general and transferable skills that they can apply within the diverse industry sectors. Students will have the opportunity to learn basic drawing techniques, develop digital imaging skills and produce simple creative works. Ballina Casino Coffs Harbour CHEC Grafton Great Lakes Kempsey Kingscliff Lismore Macksville Maclean Murwillumbah Port Macquarie Taree Wauchope Wollongbar 3 Flexible/Online Locations Visual Arts Certificate II in Visual Arts (CUA20715) Diploma of Visual Arts (CUA51115) or Advanced Diploma of Visual Arts (CUA60715) Bachelor of Visual Arts Study during school as part of your HSC Study Higher Qualifications at TAFE Study at University TAFE to Uni Pathway 71 BOARDENDORSEDCOURSES
  72. 72. DISCLAIMER While every attempt has been made to ensure information contained in this guide was correct at the time of printing (April 2016), it can change and you should check the TVET section of our website for the latest information. Course commencement is subject to sufficient resources and demand. For the most up-to-date information on course content, attendance modes, fees, concessions, refunds and exemptions, recognition of prior learning and credit transfer options, student support services including literacy and numeracy support and welfare services, student rights and responsibilities, appeals and complaints process and Department of Education and Communities Code of Conduct visit the North Coast TAFE website or phone your local Schools Account Manager. ©Copyright, 2015 by TAFE NSW - North Coast Institute Copyright of this material is reserved to the Crown in the right of the State of New South Wales. Reproduction or transmittal in whole, or in part, other than in accordance with the provisions of the Copyright Act, is prohibited without written authority of TAFE NSW - North Coast Institute (North Coast TAFE). RTO Code: 90010 Stay up to date Call us on 1300 628 233 or visit northcoasttafe.edu.au

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