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Certificate I in Transition Education

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  • Objectives
    The course will introduce students with special needs to full time adult learning in a mainstream and valued setting. Specifically, the course aims to improve life and work skills by developing an understanding of work and social skills that are relevant to personal development. The course helps participants to learn to cope with change and be responsible for their own personal development and learning.
  • Academic Title
    Certificate I in Transition Education
  • Course description
    Course Outline
    The course will introduce students with special needs to full time adult learning in a mainstream and valued setting. Specifically, the course aims to improve life and work skills by developing an understanding of work and social skills that are relevant to personal development. The course helps participants to learn to cope with change and be responsible for their own personal development and learning.

    Campus
    Frankston Dandenong

    When Does The Course Start?
    Late January

    Study Modes
    900 hours
    Full time/part-time day classes. Full time run up to 5 days per week for the year
    PT: 4-18 hours per week
    FT: 20 hours per week

    What Entrance Requirements Are There?
    No academic requirements. People with special learning needs

    How Will I Be Selected?
    Application

    Are There Any Other Special Requirements?
    People with special learning needs

    Study Area Summary
    Communication; Travel Orientation and Mobility; Personal Development; Individual Learning Plan; Exploring Adult Options; Literacy, Numeracy; Living Skills and vocational electives (subject to demand)

    Subjects / Modules
    Individual Learning Plan VBP485
    To provide the learner with the skills, knowledge and confidence to collaboratively design, implement and evaluate a customised plan to maximise development throughout the course and to facilitate transition into selected adult option/s.

    Personal Development VBP486
    To provide the learner with skills and confidence to participate more effectively in the community.

    Travel, Orientation and Mobility VBP487
    To provide the learner with the skills to travel independently, use the most appropriate mode/modes of travel and to access a broad range of services, facilities and options.

    Community Access VBP489
    To provide the learner with the skills & knowledge to participate effectively in the community by accessing a range of services & facilities & systems to meet their needs

    Exploring Adult Options VBP488
    To provide the learner with the knowledge and skills to explore realistic options for future involvement in further training, work or community activities.

    Functional Communication VBP490
    To provide the learner with the skills to operate more effectively and independently in the community by applying communication and skills to meet everyday needs.

    Guides, Directories and Timetables VBP506
    To provide the learner with the knowledge and skills to access and use a range of commonly used directories, guides and timetables.

    Computers for Learning VBP509
    To provide the learner with knowledge and skills to use personal computers and software as a tool for learning.

    Send & receive information over the internet using browsers & email ICAITU133A
    To familiarise the learner with the internet and provide basic web search tasks, send & receive emails with attachments.

    Functional Numeracy VBP499
    To provide the learner with the skills to use functional numeracy in everyday situations.

    Creative Options VBP496
    To provide the learner with the knowledge and skills to develop creative aspects to enhance quality of life.

    Technology for Life VBP492
    To provide the learner with the knowledge and skills to use technology in everyday life.

    Personal and Community Health VBP497
    To provide the learner with the knowledge and skills to develop preventative health awareness and to access a range of health and medical resources.

    Voluntary Work VBP498
    To provide the learner with the knowledge and skills to undertake voluntary work.

    Follow Workplace Safety Procedures BSBCMN106A
    To provide learners with general OH&S requirements in business organisations and is relevant to employees working under direct supervision with no responsibilities for other people

    Assessment Methods
    Ongoing course-based assessment

    Concessions are available
    (Concessions on tuition fees may be available to holders of valid Centrelink Benefits Cards unless otherwise stated.)

    Employment Opportunities
    Open and Supported Employment

    Further Education Opportunities and Articulation to Other Courses
    Certificate I in Work Education
    Certificate in General Education for Adults, vocational courses

    Support Services
    Support is available to students in a range of areas including Study Skills, Personal Counselling, Careers Advice and Disability Support. Contact Student Advisory Services for more details.

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