DO YEAR 11 AND 12 DIFFERENTLY - TAFE QUEENSLAND 2019 COURSE GUIDE

 
DO YEAR 11 AND 12 DIFFERENTLY - TAFE QUEENSLAND 2019 COURSE GUIDE
TAFE QUEENSLAND

DO YEAR
11 AND 12
DIFFERENTLY
 2019 COURSE GUIDE

      YEAR 11 & 12
      QCE CERTIFICATE
DO YEAR 11 AND 12 DIFFERENTLY - TAFE QUEENSLAND 2019 COURSE GUIDE
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                                            TABLE OF OF
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                                             CONTENTS                                                        PAGE
                                              SECTION
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  For over 30 years, our ‘Do Year 11
  and 12 Differently’ program at Senior       INTRODUCTION                                            2
                                                   SECTION                                        PAGE NUMBER
  College has met the unique learning         A PROGRAM DESIGNED WITH YOU IN MIND                     5
  needs and future goals of students               Introduction                                          2
  by providing you with a practical           WHY STUDY YEAR 11 AND 12 AT TAFE                        5
  and independent study alternative.               Why Study Year 11 and 12 at TAFE?                     4
  Whatever your life situation, you will      A PROGRAM OPEN TO EVERYONE                              6
                                                   Do Year 11 and 12 Differently                         6
  be able to benefit from completing          NEED TO KNOW                                            7
  Year 11 and 12 in the flexible,                  A Program Open to Everyone                            7
  personal, and mature learning               UNDERSTANDING YOUR OPTIONS                              8
  environment we provide.                          Need to Know                                          8
                                              QCAA SUBJECTS                                          11
                                                   Understanding Your Options                           10
  Delivered exclusively at our Alexandra         > English                                           12
  Hills campus, once in the program                QCAA Subjects                                        11
  you can select either an academic              > Essential English                                 12
  Australian Tertiary Admission Rank                   > English                                        12
                                                 > Mathematics                                       12
  (ATAR) pathway or a vocational                       > Applied English                                12
  Queensland Certificate of Education            > Essential Mathematics                             13
  (QCE) pathway that also gives you                    > Mathematics                                    12
  access to TAFE at School program.              > Business                                          13
                                                       > Essential Mathematics                          13
                                                 > Biology                                           14
  Best of all, choosing to do ‘Year                    > Biology                                        14
  11 and 12 Differently’ with us gives           > Science in Practice                               14
  you direct entry into the TAFE                       > Science in Practice                            14
                                                 > Modern History                                    14
  Queensland course of your choice
                                                       > Modern History                                 14
  after you graduate. TAFE Queensland            > Business Studies                                  15
  offers qualifications from certificate               > Business Studies                               15
  level right through to degrees, putting        > Information and Communication Technology          15
  you on the fast-track to new learning                > Information and Communication Technology       15
                                                 > Social and Community Studies                      15
  and employment opportunities.                        > Social and Communication Studies               15
  Our blend of industry connections,             > Visual Arts in Practice                           16
  practical training and academic                      > Visual Arts in Practice                        16
  thinking provide you with the skills           > Drama in Practice                                 16
  and qualifications you need to adapt                 > Drama in Practice                              16
                                                 > Music in Practice                                 16
  to an ever-changing professional                     > Music in Practice                              16
  environment. Whatever your goal                > Health Education                                  17
  may be, we can help you make great                   > Health Education                               17
  happen for your future.                        > Aquatic Practices                                 17
                                                       > Aquatic Practices                              17
                                              CHOOSE YOUR PATHWAY                                    18
                                                   TAFE at School Programs                              18
                                              TAFE AT SCHOOL PROGRAMS                                19
                                                   Choose Your Pathway                                  22
                                              OUR LEARNING SPACES                                    22
                                                   Our Learning Spaces                                  23

                                            Disclaimer: All information was accurate at time of publication; however,
                                            TAFE Queensland policies, tuition fees, competencies and course content is
                                            subject to change without notice. Course commencement is dependent on
                                            sufficient enrolments, appropriate accreditation and registration requirements.

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I REALLY LIKE MY CLASSES.
                     I’VE GONE FROM C’S AND D’S TO A’S   A PROGRAM DESIGNED
                                                         WITH YOU IN MIND
                       AND B’S. ALL THE KIDS THERE ARE
                      MORE MATURE AND THE TEACHERS
                                 HELP YOU A LOT MORE.

                                                         Our ‘Do Year 11 and 12 Differently’ program has been designed for you to complete your senior high school studies
                                       EDAN WHITLOCK     in a relaxed and supported environment, giving you the opportunity to obtain either a Queensland Certificate Of
                                                         Education (QCE) or an Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) score. With either of these qualifications in hand,
                                                         you can transition through to further study or employment in your chosen field with increased ease and
                                                         greater confidence.

                                                         In addition, the learning environment at TAFE Queensland, Alexandra Hills campus enables Year 11 and 12 students
                                                         to develop as individuals in a friendly and supportive atmosphere, providing access to:
                                                         §§ Industry-standard vocational training facilities         §§ Computer labs
                                                         §§ Fully equipped resource centre                           §§ Canteen
                                                         §§ Theatre and auditorium                                   §§ Multi-purpose activity centre.

                                                         WHY STUDY YEAR 11
                                                         AND 12 AT TAFE?
                                                         A SUPPORTIVE PROGRAM                                        CAREER HUB
                                                         Other excellent student support services are offered        Year 12 students will also join the Career Hub in
                                                         at TAFE Queensland, including:                              semester two of their Mentoring Program. This prepares
                                                                                                                     students for the completion of Year 12, and equips
                                                         §§ Qualified counsellors                                    them with key skills required to be job-ready. Students
                                                         §§ Career guidance via counsellors                          will focus on their individual career pathways, and learn
                                                                                                                     skills to meet these goals, including an exciting schedule
                                                         §§ Tutorial support                                         of industry guest speakers to discuss various
                                                         §§ Mentor program                                           career choices.
                                                         §§ Career hub
                                                         §§ Disability support officer.                              DISABILITY SUPPORT
                                                                                                                     TAFE Queensland has Disability Services Officers who:
                                                         MENTOR PROGRAM
                                                                                                                     §§ Offer confidential, friendly advice and support for
                                                         All ‘Do Year 11 and 12 Differently’ students are enrolled     any life situation
                                                         in the Mentor Program which is designed to prepare          §§ Assist students to achieve their educational and
                                                         you, regardless of academic ability, for the challenges       career goals
                                                         of studying.
                                                                                                                     §§ Encourage students to be independent and take
                                                         The program is comprised of formal scheduled class            responsibility for their course of study
                                                         time involving a variety of activities, discussions
                                                         and guest speakers, as well as informal time where          §§ Liaise with relevant external agencies, organisations
                                                         students can raise issues of importance.                      or government departments to gain assistance
                                                         Our Mentor Program supports our students throughout         §§ Undertake vocational training connected to that
                                                         their time with us, enabling you to set and achieve           particular work area.
                                                         clear and realistic goals for your future.

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A PROGRAM OPEN                                                                                                      NEED TO KNOW
TO EVERYONE
Through this program, Year 12 students are prepared for their QCE/ATAR pathway. Our Mentor Program supports         QCAA
our students throughout their time at TAFE Queensland, enabling them to set and achieve clear and realistic goals
for their future.                                                                                                   The Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA) is a statutory body of the Queensland Government
                                                                                                                    which provides Kindergarten to Year 12 syllabuses, guidelines, assessment, reporting, testing and certification
CAN ANYONE APPLY?                                          ENROLMENT PROCESS                                        services for Queensland schools.

Students entering the ‘Do Year 11 and 12 Differently’                                                               All subjects taught in our ‘Do Year 11 and 12 Differently’ are QCAA accredited to the same standards as other
                                                           1.   Information night
program should have completed year 10 or the                                                                        Queensland high schools.
equivalent. Each application is examined on merit. All     2.   Complete online enquiry
applicants must be between 15 and 17 years of age                                                                   AUSTRALIAN TERTIARY ADMISSION                                        QUEENSLAND CERTIFICATE OF
                                                           3.   Interview
at application and have achieved five year 10 subjects                                                              RANK (ATAR)                                                          EDUCATION (QCE)
including English and Mathematics.                         4.   Enrol
                                                                                                                    Beginning in 2020, eligible students graduating Year 12              The QCE is Queensland’s senior school qualification
                                                           5.   Commence study                                      will receive an ATAR. This score, between 0 and 99.95                which is awarded to eligible students usually at the end
                                                           6.   Orientation                                         will decide tertiary entrance into courses offered by                of Year 12.
HOW DO I APPLY?                                                                                                     TAFE Queensland or any major university.
                                                                                                                                                                                         The QCE is a broad-based, internationally recognised
Enrolment information and application forms are
                                                                                                                    To be eligible for an ATAR*, successful completion of 5              qualification awarded to young people who have
available via: school.tafebrisbane.edu.au
                                                                KEY DATES FOR CLASSES:                              subjects (C or better) is required to qualify for an ATAR,           achieved a significant amount of learning, to a set
§§ Web chat on our website                                                                                          a minimum of 4 being General Subjects.                               standard and in a set pattern, while meeting literacy
                                                                SENIOR COLLEGE - 29 JANUARY, 2019                                                                                        and numeracy requirements.
§§ Filling out an enquiry form on our website                                                                       A student’s ATAR will be calculated from their best 5
                                                                TAFE AT SCHOOL - 11 FEBRUARY, 2019
                                                                                                                    subject results, one of which may be:                                The QCE is a student’s passport to move confidently
§§ Calling 13 72 48                                                                                                                                                                      from school to work, training and further education. It
                                                                                                                    §§ A VET Certificate III or above, or                                is awarded to students who achieve 20 credits across
Once we receive your application, we will contact you                                                                                                                                    a wide range of learning options including General and
to discuss the next step.                                                                                           §§ An applied subject result
                                                                                                                                                                                         Applied subjects, vocational education and training,
                                                                                                                    * Successful completion of an English subject (C or better)          workplace and community learning.
                                                                                                                    is necessary to be eligible for an ATAR however this grade
                                                                                                                    will only be used in the calculation if it is one of the student’s
                                                                                                                    best 5 subject results.                                              GENERAL SUBJECTS / APPLIED SUBJECTS
                                                                                                                                                                                         2019 will see Year 11 students commence study under
                                                                                                                                                                                         the new QCE Senior Schooling system.
                                                                                                                    SCHOOL-BASED APPRENTICESHIP
                                                                                                                    OR TRAINEESHIP                                                       General subjects are based on syllabuses that have been
                                                                                                                                                                                         approved and issued by the QCAA. Results in General
                                                                                                                    A school-based Apprenticeship or Traineeship (SAT) is                subjects can count in the calculation of an ATAR, the most
                                                                                                                    a government-funded system where students are able                   common selection device used by the tertiary sector.
                                                                                                                    to commence a nationally-recognised training program                 In General subjects, senior students’ learning will be
                                                                                                                    as an employee while completing their QCE. A training                assessed using four assessment tasks. Three assessment
                                                                                                                    agreement is individually designed in consultation with              tasks will be conducted by the classroom teacher with the
                                                                                                                    the student, the employer, the Vocational Trainer, an                final task being a subject-specific state-wide external task
                                                                                                                    Australian Apprenticeship Centre and the school.                     or exam.
                                                                                                                    TAFE Queensland Senior College students are able                     Applied subjects are developed from Subject Area
                                                                                                                    to pursue a SAT program of their choice whilst                       Syllabuses (SAS) and when successfully completed
                                                                                                                    completing their studies at TAFE Queensland.                         contribute 4 credits toward a QCE. They do not directly
                                                                                                                    A student taking on a SAT program will:                              contribute towards the calculation of an ATAR for
                                                                                                                                                                                         tertiary entrance.
                                                                                                                    §§ Study 3 - 5 QCAA subjects and undertake the                       For more information on QCAA standards, points and
                                                                                                                       Mentor Program                                                    subjects, please visit:
                                                                                                                    §§ Work part-time                                                    qcaa.qld.edu.au/senior/new-snr-assessment-te

                                                                                                                    §§ Undertake vocational training connected to that
                                                                                                                       particular work area.

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UNDERSTANDING
YOUR OPTIONS

                          ATAR                                                                                     QCE AND/OR
                        PATHWAY                                                                                VOCATIONAL PATHWAY

                     MENTOR PROGRAM                                                                                          MENTOR PROGRAM

                          6 SUBJECTS                                                                               4 QCAA SUBJECTS + 1 VOCATIONAL
                        (English compulsory)                                                                       CERTIFICATE OR 5 QCAA SUBJECTS

            WHAT’S INVOLVED:                                                                                WHAT’S INVOLVED:
            §§ Minimum of 4 general subjects                                                                §§ We recommend 4 QCAA-registered subjects and 1
                                                                                                               vocational certificate or 5 QCAA-registered subjects
            §§ Optional Vocational Certificate or
                                                                                                            §§ Other options also available. Please contact us for
            §§ Optional applied subject                                                                        more details
                                                                                                            §§ To complete, students need to have accumulated 20
                                                                                                               points, at least 12 credits must be core
            LEADS TO:
                                                              OUTCOMES:
            §§ Queensland Certificate of Education
                                                              §§ ATAR Score
            §§ ATAR Score                                                                                   LEADS TO:
            §§ Employment                                     §§ Queensland Certificate of Education
                                                                                                            §§ Queensland Certificate of Education                         OUTCOMES:
            §§ Entrance to a TAFE diploma/degree              §§ Vocational Qualification (if undertaken)
                                                                                                            §§ Vocational Certificate(s)
               or University                                                                                                                                               §§ Queensland Certificate of Education
                                                                                                            §§ Employment
                                                                                                                                                                           §§ Vocational Qualification (if undertaken)
                                                                                                            §§ TAFE Queemsland diploma courses and ongoing
            NOTE:                                                                                              study options
            If you are considering further study you need
            to check with the provider to ensure you are                                                    VOCATIONAL CERTIFICATES
            studying the prerequisites for
            their course.                                                                                   ‘Do Year 11 and 12 Differently’ program has a range of
                                                                                                            vocational certificates available to you. You are entitled
            A QTAC guide will be available at our interview                                                 to one government subsidised qualification while at
            to check current Queensland prerequisites.                                                      school but you may also choose from a range of full
                                                                                                            fee programs.
                                                                                                            TAFE at School programs for TAFE Queensland are
                                                                                                            provided at the back of this guide.

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ATTENDING TAFE AND GOING THROUGH
                        THE SENIOR COLLEGE COURSE HAS GIVEN          QUEENSLAND CURRICULUM
                           ME, AND OTHER STUDENTS, A SECOND
                          CHANCE TO COMPLETE YEAR 11 AND 12.         AND ASSESSMENT (QCAA)
                          I HAVE MORE CONFIDENCE NOW, AS WE
                          ARE SUPPORTED BY CARING TEACHERS
                             AND STAFF. TAFE HAS PROVIDED THE
                                                                     SUBJECTS
                               DIRECTION I WAS LACKING FOR MY
                                  FUTURE. NOW, IT’S NOT A CASE
                                    OF I COULD MAYBE DO THAT,
                                             I KNOW I CAN DO IT.

                                                  TAYLAH GIBSON
                                               School Captain 2017

                                                                               GENERAL SUBJECTS                             APPLIED SUBJECTS

                      TAFE has provided                              ENGLISH                             +      ESSENTIAL ENGLISH

                      the direction I was                            MATHEMATICS
                                                                     BUSINESS
                                                                                                         +
                                                                                                         +
                                                                                                                ESSENTIAL MATHEMATICS
                                                                                                                BUSINESS STUDIES
                      lacking for my future.                         BIOLOGY                             +      INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY
                                                                     MODERN HISTORY                      +      SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY STUDIES
                                                                     HEALTH EDUCATION                    +      VISUAL ARTS IN PRACTICE
                                                                                                                HEALTH EDUCATION
                                                                                                                MUSIC IN PRACTICE
                                                                                                                DRAMA IN PRACTICE
                                                                                                                AQUATIC PRACTICES
                                                                                                                SCIENCE IN PRACTICE

                                                                     + ATAR AND QCE PATHWAY SUBJECTS	           VOCATIONAL CERTIFICATE

                                                                       QCE AND/OR VOCATIONAL PATHWAY SUBJECTS
                                                                       QCE AND/OR VOCATIONAL PATHWAY
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ENGLISH                                                                                                       +           ESSENTIAL MATHEMATICS

   DESCRIPTION                                      TOPICS COVERED                STUDENTS WILL GAIN                        DESCRIPTION                                  TOPICS COVERED                   STUDENTS WILL GAIN
                                                                                  AN UNDERSTANDING OF:                                                                                                    AN UNDERSTANDING OF:
   English is a two-year program that is highly     §§ Language use                                                         Essential Mathematics provides a broad       §§ Reading maps,
   recommended for students who want to                                           §§ Writing for academic purposes          base of practical mathematics if you are        tables and graphs             §§ Calculations used for basic
                                                    §§ Critical awareness
   gain an ATAR score. Most university courses                                                                              planning a vocational outcome.                                                   financial management
                                                                                  §§ How to deliver a                                                                    §§ Earning, spending,
   require applicants to have successfully          §§ Literary appreciation
                                                                                     formal presentation                                                                    borrowing and                 §§ Skills needed to interpret data
   completed four semesters of Senior English.                                                                              The course is organised under various
                                                    §§ Writing skills                                                                                                       investing money                  displayed graphically
   It is also a subject that employers recognise                                  §§ Textual analysis                       themes with a focus on numeracy
                                                    §§ Spoken communication                                                 and basic mathematical skills that are       §§ Taxation and GST              §§ Knowledge required to plan for
   and value.                                                                     §§ How culture can change how
                                                                                                                            encountered in day-to-day living with                                            and establish a small
                                                                                     we read.                                                                            §§ Renting, buying and
   Assessment is predominantly written with                                                                                 practical applications relating to                                               business enterprise.
                                                                                                                                                                            renovating property
   some compulsory spoken tasks. Students                                                                                   vocational areas.
                                                                                                                                                                         §§ Business planning
   will have opportunities to engage with diverse
   texts for a variety of audiences and purposes.

ESSENTIAL ENGLISH                                                                                                         BUSINESS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               +

   DESCRIPTION                                      TOPICS COVERED                STUDENTS WILL GAIN                        DESCRIPTION                                  TOPICS COVERED                   STUDENTS WILL GAIN
                                                                                  AN UNDERSTANDING OF:                                                                                                    AN UNDERSTANDING OF:
   Essential English focuses on content and         §§ Youth issues                                                         Business provides opportunities for          §§ Business fundamentals
   skills which will prepare you for employment.                                  §§ Narrative structure of                 students to develop business knowledge                                        §§ Business environments
                                                    §§ This sporting life                                                                                                §§ Establishing and growing
   In this course, you will be expected to                                           contemporary media                     and skills to contribute to society, the                                         and situations
                                                                                                                                                                            a business
   read, view and discuss a wide range of           §§ Small business                                                       workforce and the marketplace. You
                                                                                  §§ How to craft creative fiction and                                                                                    §§ Concepts and strategies
   texts and media, including; novels, films,                                                                               will investigate the business life cycle,    §§ Competitive markets
                                                    §§ Anthology                     non-fiction textual analysis
   documentaries and songs.                                                                                                 develop skills in examining data and learn                                    §§ Utilising data for business
                                                                                                                                                                         §§ Strategic marketing
                                                                                  §§ The core elements of
                                                                                                                            business concepts, theories, processes                                        §§ Decision making and
                                                                                     everyday communication                                                              §§ Business evolution
                                                                                                                            and strategies relevant to leadership,                                           proposal strategies
                                                                                                                                                                            and transformation
                                                                                  §§ Writing for an audience.               management and entrepreneurship.                                              §§ Responding to markets
                                                                                                                                                                                                             and customers.
                                                                                                                            You will engage with the dynamic
                                                                                                                            business world, the changing workforce
                                                                                                                            and emerging digital technologies.

MATHEMATICS
                                                                                                              +

   DESCRIPTION                                      TOPICS COVERED                STUDENTS WILL GAIN
                                                                                  AN UNDERSTANDING OF:
   Mathematics is a QCAA subject that can           §§ Financial mathematics
   contribute to gaining of an ATAR used for                                      §§ The knowledge and skills of
                                                    §§ Applied geometry
   university entrance as well as real world                                         computation, estimation
   usage. As such, Mathematics will equip you       §§ Data exploration              and measurement
   with the skills to manage the mathematics           and analysis
                                                                                  §§ How to interpret and analyse
   you will encounter in everyday life as well as   §§ Investing and networking      information presented in a variety
   non-science university courses.                                                   of forms
                                                                                  §§ The ability to make judgments
                                                                                     based upon evidence
                                                                                     and reasoning
                                                                                  §§ How to justify and communicate
                                                                                     results in a variety of forms.

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BIOLOGY
                                                                                                                       +   BUSINESS STUDIES

   DESCRIPTION                                    TOPICS COVERED                      STUDENTS WILL GAIN                     DESCRIPTION                                    TOPICS COVERED                   STUDENTS WILL GAIN AN
                                                                                      AN UNDERSTANDING OF:                                                                                                   UNDERSTANDING OF:
   By studying Biology you will gain an           §§ Cellular biology                                                        Once enrolled in Business Studies, you will    §§ Events and
   understanding of the complex and diverse                                           §§ Developments in biology             be involved in a range of contemporary real       sports management             §§ The technologies utilised in day
                                                  §§ Animal and
   world of organisms and the natural systems                                            and their impact on                 world activities. Business learning involves                                       to day business operations
                                                     plant physiology                                                                                                       §§ Marketing
   that affect them. You will get the chance                                             modern society                      a range of experiences that provide                                             §§ How teamwork facilitates
   to undertake experiments that investigate      §§ Genetics and diversity                                                  knowledge, processes and skills that can       §§ Retail and real estate
                                                                                      §§ The link between biology,                                                                                              innovation and success
   problems pertaining to the living worlds       §§ Ecological studies                  technology and                      be applied to business in the real-world.      §§ Financial services               in business
   including plant and animal physiology,                                                economic development                You will gain an understanding of business
                                                  §§ Contemporary global issues                                                                                                                              §§ Communication strategies that
   genetics and ecology.                             in science                       §§ Basic anatomy and                   environments and have the opportunity to                                           can be used to sell ideas and
                                                                                         physiology of plants,               engage in practical business projects.                                             build partnerships.
                                                                                         animals and microbes.

                                                                                                                           INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY

SCIENCE IN PRACTICE                                                                                                          DESCRIPTION                                    TOPICS COVERED                   STUDENTS WILL GAIN
                                                                                                                                                                                                             AN UNDERSTANDING OF:
                                                                                                                             Information and Communication                  §§ Digital imaging
   DESCRIPTION                                    TOPICS COVERED                      STUDENTS WILL GAIN                     Technology (ICT) is a practical course            and modelling                 §§ Current and emerging hardware
                                                                                      AN UNDERSTANDING OF:                   designed to train you to produce solutions     §§ Document production
                                                                                                                                                                                                                and software combinations
   The program of study is based on a             §§ Science for the workplace                                               to simulated problems. Through practice                                         §§ Social, environmental and legal
   thematic, life-related approach to the study                                       §§ Scientific literacy and             in problem solving in a variety of contexts,   §§ Online communication
                                                  §§ Resources, energy                                                                                                                                          impacts of your actions
   of science and draws from the disciplines                                             working scientifically              both individually and collaboratively, it         and application
                                                     and sustainability                                                                                                        development                   §§ Skills needed to solve technical
   of biology, chemistry, earth sciences                                              §§ Workplace health and safety         creates adaptable, competent and
   and physics. Science in Practice uses          §§ Health and lifestyle                                                                                                                                       and creative problems
                                                                                                                             self-motivated users and consumers of          §§ Technology
   a contextualised approach, where units                                             §§ Effective communication and                                                                                         §§ Rapidly changing ICT practices
                                                  §§ Environments                                                            ICT who can work with clients and              §§ Webpage production
                                                                                         self-management skills.                                                                                                and protocols.
   deliver the core through electives.                                                                                       colleagues to identify issues and
                                                  §§ Discovery and change                                                                                                   §§ Technology and society
   To enhance scientific understanding of                                                                                    solve problems.
   the physical world.

                                                                                                                           SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY STUDIES

MODERN HISTORY                                                                                                         +
                                                                                                                             DESCRIPTION                                    TOPICS COVERED                   STUDENTS WILL GAIN
                                                                                                                                                                                                             AN UNDERSTANDING OF:
                                                                                                                             Social and Community Studies aims to           §§ Growing and developing
                                                                                                                             foster an appreciation of, and respect            as an individual              §§ The development of personal,
   DESCRIPTION                                    TOPICS COVERED                      STUDENTS WILL GAIN
                                                                                      AN UNDERSTANDING OF:                   for, cultural diversity and encourages                                             interpersonal and
                                                                                                                             responsible attitudes and behaviours           §§ Living with and relating
   Modern History is a two-year program           §§ The role of gender, race and                                                                                                                               citizenship skills
                                                                                                                             essential for the effective participation in      to others
   that is highly recommended if you want            culture in social conflict and   §§ Using research processes                                                                                            §§ Social contexts and issues
   to gain an ATAR score. If you like the idea       social change                                                           the community.                                 §§ Receiving from and
                                                                                   §§ Critical examination of sources                                                          contributing to community     §§ Language conventions and
   of engaging in ‘hands on’ experiences          §§ The emergence of alternative,    (written, photographic, digitised      The course fosters critical, creative and                                          features to communicate ideas
   as historians, examining materials and            folk and youth subcultures       archives, popular culture and          constructive thinking, and predominantly       §§ Health
                                                                                                                                                                                                                and information
   collaborating on projects.                                                         the arts)                              focuses on personal development and            §§ Money management
                                                  §§ Factors that lead to                                                                                                                                    §§ Communicating the outcomes
                                                     mobilisations and revolutions §§ The variety of perspectives that       social skills, with emphasis placed on
   You will examine forces that have                                                                                         developing communication, personal,                                                of social investigations
   contributed to the development of the                                              flow from diverse standpoints.
                                                  §§ Global, national and local                                              interpersonal and citizenship skills,                                           §§ Appraise inquiry processes and
   modern world.                                     movements and                                                           problem solving and decision making,                                               the outcomes of
                                                     climate change                                                                                                                                             social investigations.
                                                                                                                             resilience, self-esteem and self-confidence.
                                                                                                                             Essential workplace, learning, and study
                                                                                                                             skills are also incorporated.

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VISUAL ARTS IN PRACTICE                                                                                                HEALTH EDUCATION
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              +

   DESCRIPTION                                      TOPICS COVERED               STUDENTS WILL GAIN                      DESCRIPTION                                   TOPICS COVERED                  STUDENTS WILL GAIN
                                                                                 AN UNDERSTANDING OF:                                                                                                  AN UNDERSTANDING OF:
   Visual Arts in Practice encompasses art          §§ 2D media processes –                                              The focus of Health Education is the          §§ The ecological interaction
   forms that communicate and express                  drawing, painting and     §§ How to seek creative solutions       understanding of health in the context of        between human health         §§ The health realities of living in
   meaning through visual perception. This             print making                 to design problems                   society, and the mechanisms necessary to         and the environment             contemporary Australia
   program gives you the opportunity to apply       §§ Digital media processes   §§ How to apply critical thinking       develop and promote health for individuals,   §§ The need for health to be    §§ Increasing community capacity and
   your knowledge and understanding of                                              to meet deadlines                    groups, communities and nations. Health          considered at all levels        individual empowerment
   visual arts practices, visual mediums,           §§ 3D media processes –
                                                                                                                         Education offers you the opportunity to
                                                       ceramics and sculpture    §§ How to demonstrate creative                                                        §§ Individual and collective    §§ How to develop and promote
   art-making technologies and techniques to                                                                             develop the knowledge, attitudes, values
                                                                                    and technical skills                                                                  participation in the            essential health initiatives.
   communicate meaning through                      §§ Visual literacy                                                   and skills needed to help you reach
                                                                                 §§ Relevant workplace health and                                                         maintenance and
   visual forms.                                    §§ Artwork realisation                                               your health potential and to participate         promotion of their
                                                                                    safety practices.                    effectively in the promotion of equitable        own health
                                                                                                                         health outcomes.

DRAMA IN PRACTICE                                                                                                      AQUATIC PRACTICES

   DESCRIPTION                                      TOPICS COVERED               STUDENTS WILL GAIN                      DESCRIPTION                                   TOPICS COVERED                  STUDENTS WILL GAIN
                                                                                 AN UNDERSTANDING OF:                                                                                                  AN UNDERSTANDING OF:
   This is an exciting program if you are           §§ Arts management                                                   Aquatic Practices is a practical course       §§ Recreational
   interested in the performing arts industry.                                   §§ How to confidently perform on        designed to develop knowledge, skills            shipmasters licence          §§ Essential skills for safety on
                                                    §§ Performance principles
   It offers you hands-on experience                                                stage for an audience                and attitudes associated with the safe and                                       the water across a variety
                                                    §§ Career pathways                                                                                                 §§ Weather, tides
   in various styles of acting, through                                          §§ The business, marketing              responsible use of the marine environment.                                       of vessels
                                                                                                                                                                          and currents
   involvement in various plays, monologues,        §§ Acting (stage                and administration that              When you complete this course you will be                                     §§ Professional practice in
   auditions, performances and events                  and screen)                  goes into funding and                equipped to participate more safely in        §§ Personal water
                                                                                                                                                                                                          commercial maritime setting
   throughout the year.                                                             planning performances                                                                 safety and safe
                                                    §§ Stage and lighting                                                a variety of marine pastimes.
                                                                                                                                                                          working practices            §§ Local maritime laws
   This program is not just for ambitious                                        §§ The intricacies of establishing                                                                                       and regulations.
                                                                                    a career in the performing arts.     The delivery methods used in the Aquatic      §§ Recreational fishing
   actors but also for those of you who want                                                                             Practices program involves practical             and snorkelling
   to be involved in all areas of performing                                                                             application of knowledge and skills using
   arts, film, entertainment and music.                                                                                                                                §§ Boat handling
                                                                                                                         Moreton Bay and its facilities as the focus      and navigations
                                                                                                                         of learning and practice.

                                                                                                                         Successful completion of the specific units
                                                                                                                         will result in the issue of a Recreational
                                                                                                                         Shipmasters Licence (Boat).
MUSIC IN PRACTICE

   DESCRIPTION                                      TOPICS COVERED               STUDENTS WILL GAIN
                                                                                 AN UNDERSTANDING OF:
   In this subject you will develop skills in all   §§ Music theory
   areas of music including: performance,              and production            §§ Developing and refining
   management, technology and creation.                                             self-created musical pieces
                                                    §§ Music composition
   This is a hands-on practical course                                           §§ Technologies involved in the
   where you have the opportunity to                §§ Recording processes
                                                                                    recording and mastering of
   regularly rehearse, set-up, perform              §§ Marketing in the             musical work
   and market.                                         music industry
                                                                                 §§ Business and marketing practices
                                                                                    utilised in funding and
                                                                                    promoting music.

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CHOOSE                                                                                               TAFE AT SCHOOL
YOUR PATHWAY                                                                                         PROGRAMS BY
Whether you have decided on an ATAR Pathway or QCE and/or Vocational Pathway, have a think about
what subjects you would like to study. Bring this along with you at your interview.
                                                                                                     TRAINING CENTRE
                                                                                                     During your study at Senior College students can enrol in a TAFE at School program. You can choose to study from
                                                                                                     more than 50 exciting and varied certificate level vocational education and training (VET) courses. Best of all, a
                                                                 QCE AND/OR                          TAFE at School certificate can be achieved in conjunction with your senior studies and counts towards your
           +      ATAR PATHWAY                                   VOCATIONAL PATHWAY                  Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE).
                  [6 QCAA SUBJECTS]                              [4 QCAA SUBJECTS + 1 VOCATIONAL
                                                                 CERTIFICATE OR 5 QCAA SUBJECTS]     ACACIA RIDGE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        QCE         APPLICATION
                                                                                                      CODE                    PROGRAM NAME                                                                            CREDITS          CODE
                                                                                                      AUR21516               Certificate II in Automotive Cylinder Head Reconditioning (Heavy Vehicle)                 4 credits     TQST1901

                                                                                                      AUR21516               Certificate II in Automotive Cylinder Head Reconditioning (Light Vehicle)                 4 credits     TQST1901
       ENGLISH                                +              ESSENTIAL ENGLISH
                                                                                                      CPC10111               Certificate I in Construction                                                             3 credits     TQST1901
       MATHEMATICS                            +              ESSENTIAL MATHEMATICS
                                                                                                      CPC10112               Certificate I in Construction (Wet Trades)                                                3 credits     TQST1901
       BUSINESS                               +              BUSINESS STUDIES                         MSF20516               Certificate II in Furniture Making Pathways                                               4 credits     TQST1901
       BIOLOGY                                +              INFORMATION AND                          52700WA                Certificate II in Plumbing                                                                4 credits     TQST1901

       MODERN HISTORY                         +              COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY                 UEE22011               Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start)                                        4 credits     TQST1901

       HEALTH EDUCATION                       +              SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY STUDIES             MEM20413               Certificate II in Engineering Pathways                                                    4 credits     TQST1901

                                                             VISUAL ARTS IN PRACTICE                  TLI21315               Certificate II in Rail Infrastructure                                                     4 credits      TQB1901

                                                             HEALTH EDUCATION                        ALEXANDRA HILLS
                                                             MUSIC IN PRACTICE                                                                                                                                          QCE         APPLICATION
                                                                                                      CODE                    PROGRAM NAME                                                                            CREDITS          CODE
                                                             DRAMA IN PRACTICE
                                                                                                      SHB20216               Certificate II in Salon Assistant                                                         5 credits      TQB1901
                                                             AQUATIC PRACTICES
                                                                                                      HLT23215               Certificate II in Health Support Services                                                 4 credits      TQB1901
                                                             SCIENCE IN PRACTICE                      SIS20115 /             Certificate II in Sport and Recreation /
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       12 credits     TQB1901
                                                                                                      SIS30315               Certificate III Fitness
                                                             VOCATIONAL CERTIFICATE
                                                                                                      SIS20115               Certificate II in Sport and Recreation                                                    4 credits      TQB1901

                                                                                                      AUR21516               Certificate II in Automotive Cylinder Head Reconditioning (Light Vehicle)                 4 credits     TQST1901

                                                                                                      CPC10111               Certificate I in Construction                                                             3 credits     TQST1901

                                                                                                      52700WA                Certificate II in Plumbing                                                                4 credits     TQST1901

                                                                                                      UEE22011               Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start)                                        4 credits     TQST1901

                                                                                                      MEM20413               Certificate II in Engineering Pathways                                                    4 credits     TQST1901

                                                                                                      MSF20516               Certificate II in Furniture Making Pathways                                               4 credits     TQST1901

                                                                                                     BRACKEN RIDGE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        QCE         APPLICATION
                                                                                                      CODE                    PROGRAM NAME                                                                            CREDITS          CODE
                                                                                                      AUR20416               Certificate II in Automotive Electrical Technology (Heavy Vehicle)                        4 credits     TQST1901

                                                                                                      AUR20416               Certificate II in Automotive Electrical Technology (Light Vehicle)                        4 credits     TQST1901

                                                                                                      AUR20716               Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation (Motorcycles)                         4 credits     TQST1901

                                                                                                      CPC10111               Certificate I in Construction                                                             3 credits     TQST1901

                                                                                                      MSF20516               Certificate II in Furniture Making Pathways                                               4 credits     TQST1901

                                                                                                      52700WA                Certificate II in Plumbing                                                                4 credits     TQST1901

                                                                                                      UEE22011               Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start)                                        4 credits     TQST1901

       + ATAR AND QCE PATHWAY SUBJECTS	                                                               MEM20413               Certificate II in Engineering Pathways                                                    4 credits     TQST1901

            QCE AND/OR VOCATIONAL PATHWAY SUBJECTS
            QCE AND/OR VOCATIONAL PATHWAY                                 OTHER OPTIONS AVAILABLE.   Programs are subject to change and commencement is subject to sufficient student numbers.

            REQUIRED SUBJECTS                                         CONTACT US FOR MORE DETAILS.
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BRACKEN RIDGE (CONT.)                                                                                                                      SOUTH BANK
                                                                                                                         QCE        APPLICATION                                                                                                                    QCE        APPLICATION
        CODE                     PROGRAM NAME                                                                                                     CODE                     PROGRAM NAME
                                                                                                                       CREDITS         CODE                                                                                                                      CREDITS         CODE
        ICT20315                Certificate II in Telecommunications Technology (Networking)                           4 credits      TQB1901     CUA31115                Certificate III in Visual Arts                                                         8 credits      TQB1901

        ICT30115                Certificate III in Information and Digital Media Technology                                                       SHB30115                Certificate III in Beauty Services                                                     8 credits      TQB1901
                                                                                                                       8 credits      TQB1901
                                (Network Administration)
                                                                                                                                                  SHB30215                Certificate III in Make-Up                                                             8 credits      TQB1901
        CUA30715                Certificate III in Design Fundamentals (Graphics)                                      8 credits      TQB1901
                                                                                                                                                  FNS40615                Certificate IV in Accounting                                                           8 credits      TQB1901
        SIS20115 /              Certificate II in Sport and Recreation /
                                                                                                                       12 credits     TQB1901     BSB40215                Certificate IV in Business                                                             8 credits      TQB1901
        SIS30315                Certificate III in Fitness
                                                                                                                                                  10283 NAT               Certificate IV in Crime and Justice Studies                                            8 credits      TQB1901
        SIS20115                Certificate II in Sport and Recreation                                                 4 credits      TQB1901
                                                                                                                                                  BSB42115                Certificate IV in Library and Information services                                     8 credits      TQB1901

                                                                                                                                                  CHC22015                Certificate II in Community Services                                                   4 credits      TQB1901
       CABOOLTURE                                                                                                                                 CHC30113                Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care                                  4 credits      TQB1901
                                                                                                                         QCE        APPLICATION   MST20616                Certificate II in Applied Fashion Design and Technology                                4 credits      TQB1901
        CODE                     PROGRAM NAME                                                                          CREDITS         CODE
                                                                                                                                                  MST30816 /              Certificate III in Applied Fashion Design and Technology /
        SHB20216                Certificate II in Salon Assistant                                                      4 credits      TQB1901                                                                                                                    8 credits      TQB1901
                                                                                                                                                  MST20616                Certificate II in Applied Fashion Design and Technology
        SHB20116 /              Certificate II in Salon Assistant /
                                                                                                                       8 credits      TQB1901     HLT23215                Certificate II in Health Support Services                                              4 credits      TQB1901
        SHB20216                Certificate II in Retail Cosmetics
                                                                                                                                                  FBP20217                Certificate II in Baking                                                               4 credits      TQB1901
        BSB40215                Certificate IV in Business                                                             8 credits      TQB1901
                                                                                                                                                  SIT20316 /              Certificate II in Hospitality /
        HLT23215                Certificate II in Health Support Services                                              4 credits      TQB1901                                                                                                                    12 credits     TQB1901
                                                                                                                                                  SIT30616                Certificate III in Hospitality
        ICT30115                Certificate III in Information and Digital Media Technology (General)                  8 credits      TQB1901
                                                                                                                                                  SIT20416 /              Certificate II in Kitchen Operations /
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 12 credits     TQB1901
                                                                                                                                                  SIT30616                Certificate III in Hospitality
       GROVELY
                                                                                                                                                  ICT20315                Certificate II in Telecommunications Technology (Networking)                           4 credits      TQB1901
                                                                                                                         QCE        APPLICATION
        CODE                     PROGRAM NAME                                                                                                     ICT30115                Certificate III in Information and Digital Media Technology (General)                  8 credits      TQB1901
                                                                                                                       CREDITS         CODE
        AHC2121                 Certificate II in Rural Operations (Horticulture Stream)                               4 credits      TQB1901     ICT30115                Certificate III in Information and Digital Media Technology (Network Administration)   8 credits      TQB1901

                                                                                                                                                  ICT30115                Certificate III in Information and Digital Media Technology (Website Development)      8 credits      TQB1901
       LOGANLEA                                                                                                                                   CUA30715                Certificate III in Design Fundamentals (Graphics)                                      8 credits      TQB1901
                                                                                                                         QCE        APPLICATION   CUA30715                Certificate III in Design Fundamentals (Photoimaging)                                  8 credits      TQB1901
        CODE                     PROGRAM NAME                                                                          CREDITS         CODE
                                                                                                                                                  CUA31016                Certificate III in Media (Multimedia)                                                  8 credits      TQB1901
        AHC2121                 Certificate II in Rural Operations (Horticulture Stream)                               4 credits      TQB1901
                                                                                                                                                  CUA30915                Certificate III in Music Industry (Business)                                           8 credits      TQB1901
        SHB20116 /              Certificate II in Salon Assistant /
                                                                                                                       8 credits      TQB1901
        SHB20216                Certificate II in Retail Cosmetics                                                                                CUA30915                Certificate III in Music Industry (Performance)                                        8 credits      TQB1901

        SHB30215                Certificate III in Make-Up                                                             8 credits      TQB1901     SIS20115 /              Certificate II in Sport and Recreation /
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 12 credits     TQB1901
                                                                                                                                                  SIS30315                Certificate III in Fitness
        BSB40215                Certificate IV in Business                                                             8 credits      TQB1901
                                                                                                                                                  SIS20115                Certificate II in Sport and Recreation                                                 4 credits      TQB1901
        HLT23215                Certificate II in Health Support Services                                              4 credits      TQB1901
                                                                                                                                                  SIS20115 /              Certificate II in Sport and Recreation /
        ICT20315                Certificate II in Telecommunications Technology (Networking)                           4 credits      TQB1901                                                                                                                    12 credits     TQB1901
                                                                                                                                                  SIS30513                Certificate III in Sport and Recreation (Coaching)
        ICT30115                Certificate III in Information and Digital Media Technology (General)                  8 credits      TQB1901
                                                                                                                                                  SIT20116                Certificate II in Tourism                                                              4 credits      TQB1901
        CUA31115                Certificate III in Visual Arts                                                         8 credits      TQB1901
                                                                                                                                                  SIT30516 /              Certificate II in Tourism /
        ICT30115                Certificate III in Information and Digital Media Technology (Network Administration)   8 credits      TQB1901                                                                                                                    12 credits     TQB1901
                                                                                                                                                  SIT20116                Certificate III in Events

                                                                                                                                                  MSL20116                Certificate II in Sampling and Measurement                                             4 credits      TQB1901
       MT GRAVATT
                                                                                                                                                  MSL30116                Certificate III in Laboratory Skills                                                   8 credits      TQB1901
                                                                                                                         QCE        APPLICATION
        CODE                     PROGRAM NAME                                                                          CREDITS         CODE
        AHC21216 /              Certificate II in Rural Operations /
                                                                                                                       8 credits      TQB1901
        ACM20117                Certificate II in Animal Studies

        ICT20315                Certificate II in Telecommunications Technology (Networking)                           4 credits      TQB1901

        ICT30115                Certificate III in Information and Digital Media Technology (Network Administration)   8 credits      TQB1901

        CUA31015                Certificate III in Media (Film & TV)                                                   8 credits      TQB1901

        Programs are subject to change and commencement is subject to sufficient student numbers.                                                 Programs are subject to change and commencement is subject to sufficient student numbers.

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OUR LEARNING
  SPACES
  While you study with us, our campuses will be your
  home away from home. While ‘Do Year 11 and 12                          CABOOLTURE
  Differently’ program is only offered at Alexandra Hills
  Campus, we’ve made sure each location is welcoming,
  lively and perfect for productive learning. From purpose-                                 REDCLIFFE
  built classrooms and studios, to simulated training
  settings, we have the right environment for you to learn
  the practical skills you need to be a job-ready graduate.
                                                                                  BRACKEN RIDGE
  We regularly collaborate and consult with top industry
  groups and commercial businesses. As a result,
  we’re able to leverage our relationships with industry
  and business and provide you with workplace                              GROVELY
  training opportunities, skills workshops, professional
  development events and business breakfasts.
  Real world assessments will harness your current                               SOUTH BANK
  knowledge and challenge you to excel.
  Programs are subject to change and commencement is
                                                                                                          ALEXANDRA HILLS
  subject to sufficient student numbers.
                                                                                        MT GRAVATT

  TAFE QUEENSLAND LOCATIONS
                                                                                                    LOGANLEA
  TAFE Queensland campuses are spread over many
  locations across south-east of Queensland. We
  are perfectly placed to help you make the most of
                                                                 ALEXANDRA HILLS                    LOGANLEA
  everything that Queensland has to offer educationally,         Windemere Road                     50-68 Armstrong Road
  socially and geographically.                                   Alexandra Hills QLD 4161           Meadowbrook QLD 4131

  Visit our website for detailed maps of each campus:            BRACKEN RIDGE                      MT GRAVATT
                                                                 157 Norris Road                    1030 Cavendish Road
  tafeqld.edu.au                                                 Bracken Ridge QLD 4017             Mt Gravatt East QLD 4122
                                                                 CABOOLTURE                         REDCLIFFE
                                                                 Tallon Street                      64-68 Klingner Road
                                                                 Caboolture QLD 4510                Redcliffe QLD 4020
                                                                 GROVELY                            SOUTH BANK
                                                                 Fitzsimmons Street                 66 Ernest Street
                                                                 Keperra QLD 4054                   South Bank QLD 4101

  PUBLIC TRANSPORT
  §§ Our facilities are really easy to get to by private or
     public transport – bus, train and CityCat.
                                                               Alexandra Hills
  §§ If you are a full-time student studying 12 hours
      per week for at least 12 weeks, you are eligible for     Bracken Ridge
      a student discount on public transport. Contact          Caboolture
      TransLink for more information. To plan your travel,
                                                               Grovely
      use TransLink’s online journey planner to access
      timetables and services.                                 Loganlea

  §§ Call 13 12 30 or visit translink.com.au                   Mt Gravatt
                                                               Redcliffe
                                                               South Bank

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