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Certificate I in Work Education

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  • Objectives
    This course is for people who have special learning needs. The course prepares students for employment and/or further education by including a wide variety of learning experiences and activities. Students can access a broad range of vocational learning activities that complement their individual needs.
  • Academic Title
    Certificate I in Work Education
  • Course description
    Course Outline
    This course is for people who have special learning needs. The course prepares students for employment and/or further education by including a wide variety of learning experiences and activities. Students can access a broad range of vocational learning activities that complement their individual needs.

    Campus
    Cranbourne Frankston Dandenong

    When Does The Course Start?
    Late January

    Study Modes
    1200 Hours
    Full time/part-time day classes. Full time run up to 5 days per week for 18 months
    PT: approx 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

    How Should I Apply?
    Apply directly to Chisholm

    Is There An Interview?
    Interview required

    Study Area Summary
    Induction; Individual Vocational Plan; Interpersonal Communication Skills; Workplace Communication Skills; Team Work; Personal Management Skills; Community Skills; Numeracy and Mathematics 1; Career Planning; Workplace Education and vocational electives include: (subject to demand) Practical Placement; Childcare; Hospitality; Automotive; Building and Construction; Hairdressing; Office Administration; Plastics; Retail; Sport and Recreation; Horticulture; Engineering; Multimedia; Art

    Subjects / Modules
    Induction VBP511
    To provide learners with an introduction to the training organisation. This includes the expectations of individuals and the range of facilities and services available. This module also helps participants examine the personal arrangements they will need to make in order to take part in the training program.

    Individual Vocational Plan VBP512
    To provide learners with the skills to develop an individual transition plan to maximise development throughout the course and to plan for exit.

    Interpersonal Communication Skills VBP513
    To provide learners with interpersonal and conversational skills.

    Participate in Basic Workplace Communication TLIE307C
    To provide learners with the skills to perceive and respond to social situations appropriately thereby increasing their ability to obtain and maintain employment and develop meaningful relationships.

    Personal Management Skills VBP514
    To provide learners with the skills and tools for applying personal independence in everyday situations.

    Community Skills VBP515
    To provide learners with the knowledge and skills to use facilities and technologies in order to participate more fully in their communities.

    Numeracy and Mathematics I - Introductory VBM686
    To provide learners with the skills, knowledge and confidence to perform simple and familiar numeracy tasks and to develop the ability to make sense of maths in their daily lives.

    Career Planning VBP516
    To develop personal organisation and job search skills

    Workplace Education VBP517
    To provide learners with a variety of experiences in work settings in order to assess aptitudes, develop interests and to refine skills, work attitudes and behaviours.

    Demonstrate Care and Apply Safe Practices at Work TLIPC107A
    To provide learners with general OH&S requirements in business organisations & is relevant for employees working under direct supervision with no responsibilities for other people.

    Vocational Electives VBP518
    Automotive, Engineering, Hairdressing, Childcare, Building Studies, Computers, Horticulture, Hospitality, Sport & Recreation, Art, Multimedia, Retail and Drama.

    Assessment Methods
    Ongoing course-based assessment

    Employment Opportunities
    Traineeships
    Apprenticeship
    Open and Supported Employment

    Further Education Opportunities and Articulation to Other Courses
    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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