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Accredited Courses

Choose from a range of accredited courses that provide industry- recognised qualifications. Most courses offer full-time or part-time options to fit in with work or other commitments.

CUA20415
Certificate II in Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Cultural Arts

This qualification includes the basic creative and technical skills that underpin Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander visual arts and craft practices. Participants will gain valuable insight to Indigenous cultures relevant to a range of art forms.

BSB20115
Certificate II in Business

This qualification sets participants up for a variety of junior administrative positions that require a range of routine tasks, minimal practical skills and operational knowledge.

BSB30115
Certificate III in Business

This qualification includes a broad range of business skills applicable to different industry sectors, enabling participants to launch a sustainable career in business.

BSB40215
Certificate IV in Business

Jump-start your career with a qualification suited to administrators and project officers. You will gain a broad business knowledge base and the ability to develop solutions to unpredictable problems and analyse information from a variety of sources.

CPC30211
Certificate III in Carpentry

This course enables participants to become trade-qualified carpenters with the ability to work in both residential and commercial fields.

CPP20611
Certificate II in Cleaning Operations

This qualification focuses on developing participants who are currently working in a cleaning role or preparing to enter the industry. It provides skills to support safe, effective and efficient cleaning operations.

10360NAT
Certificate IV in Community Mentoring

This qualification includes a range of skills required to effectively mentor communities to support economic, social and cultural development. It includes working within Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander communities.

CHC42015
Certificate IV in Community Services

This qualification reflects the role of community service workers who design and deliver person-centred services to individuals and/or groups. Workers may provide support, advocacy or interventions to individual clients, groups or communities across a range of services.

AHC10116
Certificate I in Conservation and Land Management

This is an entry-level qualification aimed at individuals entering the conservation and land management industry. It aims to develop basic skills and knowledge to prepare for work.

AHC21016
Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management

This qualification is aimed at individuals looking for a career in the conservation and land management industry. Students may select one or more speciality focus areas such as Indigenous land management, conservation earthworks, lands, parks and wildlife or natural area management.

AHC31416
Certificate III in Conservation and Land Management

Gain a recognised qualification in the conservation and land management industry. Participants can select a speciality focus area such as Indigenous land management, lands, parks and wildlife or natural area management.

CPC10111
Certificate I in Construction

This qualification provides an introduction to the construction industry, its culture, role types and workplace expectations. Participants learn essential work health and safety requirements, communication skills, work planning, and basic use of tools and materials.

CPC20211
Certificate II in Construction Pathways

This qualification provides a pathway to the primary trades in the construction industry, excluding plumbing. Trade outcomes are predominantly achieved through an Australian Apprenticeship and this course develops the skills suited to occupations, such as joinery and shop-fitting as well as carpentry, bricklaying and general construction.

CHC41115
Certificate IV in Employment Services

This qualification equips participants to support clients and employers to locate, secure and maintain suitable employment arrangements.

AHC20416
Certificate II in Horticulture

This qualification underpins a range of work tasks and roles that can lead to a horticultural trade qualification.

SIT20316
Certificate II in Hospitality

This qualification provides basic operational skills and knowledge required to pursue a career in the hospitality industry. Participants will be exposed to scenarios relevant to a range of hospitality sectors.

SIT30616
Certificate III in Hospitality

This qualification supports participants who already have a reasonable understanding of the hospitality industry to take their skills to the next level. A career in hospitality provides a variety of opportunities and locations to secure work.

CHC33015
Certificate III in Individual Support

This qualification equips participants to provide person-centered support to people who may require support due to ageing, disability or some other reason. It is suitable for those who want to pursue a career in care-giving.

BSB30315
Certificate III in Micro Business Operations

This qualification assists participants to gain the skills they need to become skilled independent and micro business contractors.

BSB42615
Certificate IV in New Small Business

This qualification will help those wanting to establish a small business by providing a the tools and knowledge to solve a range of problems, and analyse and evaluate information from a variety of sources.

BSB41515
Certificate IV in Project Management Practice

Develop project management skills that will apply to a wide variety of industries and businesses. This qualification will equip you with an understanding of the project management cycle including financial impacts, time management and people aspects.

SIR10116
Certificate I in Retail Services

This qualification will assist participants to build communications and operational skills that will support roles in the retail industry.

SIR20216
Certificate II in Retail Services

This qualification covers a range activities and functions required in retail industry roles. It prepares participants for various retail settings, such as specialty stores, supermarkets, department stores and retail outlets.

SIR30216
Certificate III in Retail

This qualification assists to equip participants with the skills necessary to take primary responsibility for engaging customers, maintain daily store operations and deliver on organisational expectations.

FSK20113
Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways

This qualification is designed for participants who require further foundation skills development to prepare for entry to the workforce or vocational training.

BSB41415
Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety

This qualification suits those who are in a Work Health and Safety (WHS) role and provide leadership and guidance to others. This course may help to sharpen the skills required to lead teams and take responsibility for outputs.

CPCCWHS1001
Prepare to work safely in the constuction industry (White Card)

Participants will obtain the basic safety information and procedures for the construction industry. A white card is required for many labouring and construction related roles.

RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING

Previous learning and experience can be assessed for formal Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), which can reduce the time and cost associated with gaining your qualification.

If you believe are eligible for RPL, you can apply to undergo an assessment that could take into account:

  • Work skills and knowledge
  • Paid or unpaid work experience
  • Qualifications
  • Referrals and testimonials
  • Life experience, hobbies, sports
  • Community / voluntary work

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