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10290NAT - Certificate I in Skills for Education and Training Pathways

DOMESTIC
STUDY MODES

On-campus, Online

DURATION

This program is typically delivered over a 57 week period, however as it is competency based, it may be possible for learners to complete their training sooner if they have reached the required skill level. If the planned duration is less than that described by the AQF (volume of learning), a rationale detailing how the cohort will have the characteristics to achieve the required rigor and depth of training and can meet all of the competency requirements in a shorter timeframe will be provided. To achieve the qualification Certificate I in Skills for Education, Training and Employment Pathways, the learner must complete thirteen units - 10 core and 3 electives. A total of 3 elective units must be chosen from Group A (Digital technology) and/or Group B (ACSF level 3) from the Certificate II in Skills for Education, Training and Employment Pathways.

AVAILABILITY

FULL COURSE COST

$3,510 (2019)

SUBSIDISED COURSE COST

$468 (2019)

SUBSIDISED CONCESSION COST

$468 (2019)

UNITS/CREDITS

13 units

JOB PROSPECTS

Learners at this level will develop the underpinning skills and knowledge across all ACSF core skill areas in formal training and education contexts in order to progress to vocational training, higher level education or employment. Graduates at this level will apply knowledge and skills to demonstrate autonomy in highly structured and stable contexts and within narrow parameters. They may apply their knowledge and skills and exercise limited judgment on defined pathways for a range of education options or courses of action stemming from routine employment tasks and community interactions. Graduates will have the knowledge and skills for initial work, community involvement and/or further learning, with foundational cognitive, technical and communication skill levels to undertake defined routine activities using the core skills of learning, reading, writing, oral communication and numeracy to identify and report simple issues and problems.

This product has been designed specifically to deliver within the Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) and the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) with the advantage of meeting a broad range of industry, community services and education sector stakeholders. Existing training packages currently being offered by other RTOs are unable to meet the learning needs of learners whose communication and numeracy skills represent barriers to them engaging in learning but this package has been developed to meet these. This qualification is intended to further develop and provide participants with opportunities to practise communication and/or numeracy skills which will enable progression to a meaningful learning pathway. It is based on learner interests, needs and aspirations across different aspects of life - personal, community, work, and training or education. The elective units are selected on the basis of learner need and the learner ACSF level established in the pre-training assessment. Learners who achieve competency in any unit, but do not complete the course, will be awarded a Statement of Attainment.

Standard Course Structure

Study Modes: On-campus, Online
Duration:

This program is typically delivered over a 57 week period, however as it is competency based, it may be possible for learners to complete their training sooner if they have reached the required skill level. If the planned duration is less than that described by the AQF (volume of learning), a rationale detailing how the cohort will have the characteristics to achieve the required rigor and depth of training and can meet all of the competency requirements in a shorter timeframe will be provided. To achieve the qualification Certificate I in Skills for Education, Training and Employment Pathways, the learner must complete thirteen units - 10 core and 3 electives.

  • A total of 3 elective units must be chosen from Group A (Digital technology) and/or Group B (ACSF level 3) from the Certificate II in Skills for Education, Training and Employment Pathways.
Core
SETLRN001Develop simple plans to achieve learning goals
SETORL001Communicate using simple oral English
SETRDG001Interpret simple English text
SETWRT001Write simple text
SETNCY001Perform simple mathematical calculations
SETNCY002Interpret and display mathematical data
SETNCY003Identify and convert simple fractions, decimals and percentages
SETNCY004Measure and compare the properties of everyday objects
SETNCY005Use geometric knowledge of shapes, direction and location
SETNCY006Identify and record times and dates
Elective
FSKDIG01Use digital technology for basic workplace tasks
BSBADM101Use business equipment and resources
BSBITU101Operate a personal computer
BSBITU102Develop keyboard skills
ETELRN001Plan and implement learning goals and strategies
ETERDG001Read and comprehend routine English texts
ETEWRT001Produce written work for different purposes, audiences and contexts
ETEORL001Use speaking and listening skills for oral communication
ETENCY001Perform mathematical calculations in everyday life contexts
ETENCY002Collect, analyse and present mathematical data
ETENCY004Apply mathematical and problem solving strategies to routine time-based tasks
ETENCY003Measure, estimate and calculate in everyday life contexts
ETENCY005Identify common angles and draw 2D and 3D shapes
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Essential entry requirements

Entrants to the Certificate I in Skills for Education, Training and Employment Pathways, or part thereof (single units of competency) must:

  • undertake a pre-training assessment* conducted by a suitably qualified practitioner that determines that the learner’s skill level is at ACSF exit level 1, or working at level 2 for the core skill/s related to the unit/s a learner intends to undertake within the course; or
  • hold certification documentation for the full Course in Skills to Develop Learning Pathways; or
  • hold a Statement of Attainment for units from the Course in Skills to Develop Learning Pathways related to the specific ACSF core skill/s addressed in each of the unit/s of competency selected from the Certificate I in Skills for Education, Training and Employment Pathways.

* The pre-training assessment used to assess entrants ACSF levels must align with the ACSF. The suitably qualified practitioner conducting the pre-training assessment is a person meeting the specialist competency requirements for assessors stated under the “Assessor competencies” section of this course.

Pre-requisite units

The following units have pre-requisites which must be completed and passed before you will be permitted to enrol into a related or subsequent unit:

Unit Pre-requisite Unit
SETRDG001 Interpret simple English text SETORL001 Communicate using simple oral English
ETENCY002 Collect, analyse and present mathematical data ETENCY001 Perform mathematical calculations in everyday life contexts
ETENCY003 Measure, estimate and calculate in everyday life contexts ETENCY001 Perform mathematical calculations in everyday life contexts
ETENCY004 Apply mathematical and problem solving strategies to routine time-based tasks ETENCY001 Perform mathematical calculations in everyday life contexts
  1. Students will receive a Result of Assessment within 21 days of completion of each unit/module or within 21 days of the ‘close of study’ date.
  2. Students who successfully complete all required units/modules will receive their qualification and an Academic Statement itemising all units/modules successfully completed.
  3. Following receipt of written advice from the student (or teacher) that the student does not intend to complete the full course, the student will be issued with a Statement of Attainment listing all units/modules successfully completed.
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Fee for service$3,510 (2019)
Subsidised full fee$468 (2019)
Subsidised concession fee$468 (2019)
Fee for service per unit$270 (2019)
Fee for service (International)$3,510 (2019)
Fee for service per unit (International)$270 (2019)
Subsidised full fee per unit$36 (2019)
Subsidised concession fee per unit$36 (2019)
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