SECONDARY SCHOOL PROGRAMS GUIDE 2020 - Holmesglen

 
SECONDARY SCHOOL PROGRAMS GUIDE 2020 - Holmesglen
SECONDARY SCHOOL
  PROGRAMS GUIDE
             2020
SECONDARY SCHOOL PROGRAMS GUIDE 2020 - Holmesglen
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SECONDARY SCHOOL PROGRAMS GUIDE 2020 - Holmesglen
You learn best when you are motivated and
confident. Our programs for secondary school
students offer a perfect addition and contrast
to your conventional VCE. They’re your chance
to explore your future study options, plus you’ll
gain industry and work skills sooner.

We have course options across a range of
study areas. So whether you want to learn
the practical skills to implement your creative
visions, move into an apprenticeship, or take
the first steps towards your chosen career, we
have three simple ways to help you on your way:

• Vocational Education and Training (VET)
  Delivered to Secondary School Students
• Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL)
• Developing Independence Programs

WELCOME TO YOUR
HOLMESGLEN JOURNEY,
AND MORE...
For more information:
T: 1300 639 888 VET and all other enquiries
T: 03 9209 5112 VCAL at Moorabbin campus
T: 03 9564 6457 VCAL at Glen Waverley campus
T: 03 9564 2067 Developing Independence Programs

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VET DELIVERED
         TO SECONDARY
         SCHOOL STUDENTS
         WHAT IS VET?
         Vocational Education and Training (VET) is           Length
         hands-on education that is ideal for secondary       VET courses generally run over two years, with
         students who are completing their VCE or VCAL        classes held one day or afternoon a week during
         and want to gain practical skills in specific        school terms.
         industries or trades.
                                                              Prerequisites
         At Holmesglen, these can be related to:              To enrol in a VET course you must be older than
         · Building and construction                          14 years and 10 months, and be enrolled as a
         · Business                                           full-time student in a secondary school.
         · Health sciences
         · Hospitality                                        Study type
         · IT                                                 You will study with us, where you will experience
           and more.                                          what it’s like after high school. Assessment is
                                                              competency based, not ‘graded’.
         VET is not a senior secondary certificate.
         Instead, you can study VET units within VCE          What you will get
         or VCAL. Some units give you credit towards          When you complete your VET course, you are
         a nationally recognised VET certificate.             awarded a nationally recognised certificate
                                                              qualification. Some VET courses contribute
                                                              directly to your ATAR score, and others offer block
                                                              credit that may also enhance your final ATAR.

         WHY CHOOSE TO STUDY A VET SUBJECT?

                  Flexibility                      Gives you work experience and                       You can pathway into
      VET Delivered to Secondary School               job opportunities sooner                             further study
       Students programs are completed             The practical focus of the programs             Many VET Delivered to Secondary
         together with your VCE or VCAL              mean you have the opportunity                  School Students programs offer
        studies, allowing you to receive             to learn the skills and gain the              defined school pathways into our
      different perspectives and different          knowledge needed to pursue your               certificates, diplomas and degrees.
                types of learning.                    dream career before starting
                                                              further study.

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“Holmesglen became part
      of my support system and
     became my second home.”

                       Ella Strong – Fashion
Holmesglen Outstanding Higher Education
           Student of the Year recipient
   WorldSkills’ Melbourne East Regionals
                          Gold medallist

         Ella Strong’s study pathway saw her
      develop her skills progressively, from a
    Certificate II to Certificate IV and through
              the Bachelor of Fashion Design.

            Her collections have featured at
           Melbourne Fashion Week, a World
                  Federation of Colleges and
              Polytechnics gala event and at
             an Underground Runway for the
            Holmesglen Student Showcase.

                     She enrolled through her
                  school in a VET Delivered to
                  Secondary School Students
                   program, previously known
                    as VETiS – which enabled
                          her to start studying
                   fashion subjects alongside
                          her other secondary
                              school subjects.

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VCAL AT HOLMESGLEN
         VOCATIONAL COLLEGE
         PUT SIMPLY, VCAL IS YOUR
         YEAR 11 AND 12 AT HOLMESGLEN
         INSTEAD OF SECONDARY SCHOOL.

         SO WHY WOULD YOU CHOOSE VCAL?

           1                                  2                                          3
         PRACTICAL                          PROVEN PATHWAYS                            EARLY ADMISSION
         You’ll learn all your subjects     It’s easy to move from completing          Traditional secondary schooling
         through projects, in and out of    your VCAL studies to an                    isn’t for everyone. You can exit
         the classroom. Each week you’ll    apprenticeship or further study. You’ll    from your secondary school and
         spend at least two whole days      have access to the same facilities         start your VCAL Intermediate
         trying out a range of trades and   and teachers as other Holmesglen           program after finishing Year 10
         career-focused courses.            students, meaning you’re a step            (at 16 years of age). Or, you can
                                            ahead of where you would have been         join us for VCAL Senior for your
                                            if you’d chosen VCE.                       final year of schooling.

         OUR PHILOSOPHY IS FOR YOU TO:

         Experience a positive              Feel a sense                      Achieve personal                     Have future
         learning environment               of belonging                     growth and success                   opportunities

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APPLICATION FAQS
VET Delivered to Secondary School Students

How do I enrol?
You can only enrol in these VET programs through your school.
Contact your VET coordinator or careers advisor.

When do applications close?
We give priority to applications received by Friday 1 November 2019.
Late applications will be accepted but positions are not guaranteed.
Please note that classes run subject to student numbers.

What happens after I apply?
If your application is successful, you will be contacted at a later date by the respective department.
A contract will be sent to your school four weeks after classes commence.

VCAL

How do I enrol?
You apply through the course page on the Holmesglen website, then Holmesglen staff will contact
you to organise your interview and pre-training assessments. During your interview, you will need to
complete an industry choices form.

When do applications close?
You can apply all the way up to the course start date.

What happens after I apply?
You accept your Letter of Offer, register for classes and pay your fees. If we are not the right
alternative pathway for you, we will assist you to find one that is.

WHAT HAPPENS AFTER VET OR VCAL?

Our pathways at Holmesglen are designed to help you achieve your goals, whether you want to study
further or get straight into the workforce.

        VET
   DELIVERED TO
    SECONDARY                                         further study                      further study
      SCHOOL
     STUDENTS

     VCAL AT                                                          ADVANCED DIPLOMA
   HOLMESGLEN                CERTIFICATE I, II, III                       DIPLOMA
   VOCATIONAL                                                                                                DEGREE
                            PRE-APPRENTICESHIP                         APPRENTICESHIP
     COLLEGE
                                                                        CERTIFICATE IV

  HOLMESGLEN’S
    DEVELOPING
  INDEPENDENCE
                                Your career                              Your career                        Your career
    PROGRAMS

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VET DELIVERED
         TO SECONDARY
         SCHOOL STUDENTS
         STUDY AREAS
         We know a supportive learning            A   Arts and design
         environment is important.
         Our Programs for Secondary School        B   Building and construction
         Students provide you with a chance
         to explore your future study options     B   Business and finance
         while you’re still at school.
                                                  C   Computing and IT
         We have course options across a
         range of study areas. So whether         C   Community and health sciences
         you want to learn the practical skills   E   Early childhood education
         to grow your career options or move
         into an apprenticeship, or even          H   Hospitality, tourism and events
         take the first steps to becoming an
         educator, VET Delivered to Secondary     H   Horticulture and environment
         School Students is your opportunity
         to find what makes you happy.            S   Sport, fitness and wellbeing

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ARTS AND DESIGN

CERTIFICATE III IN SCREEN AND MEDIA

 CUA31015  Part time (2 years)  February  Moorabbin, Glen Waverley
Entry requirements: When undertaking the course, you must be enrolled at a school as a VCE or
VCAL student.
Career opportunities: You will graduate with a folio of work that may be used when applying for
career opportunities, and you may be eligible for advanced standing when applying for multimedia
programs at Holmesglen. You will also have gained industry relevant skills that may be immediately
applied in entry level employment opportunities within the industry.
This course is suitable if you have an interest in digital media, animation, web design and
graphic design.
Overview: In the first year of this course, you will learn to follow a design process, produce and
prepare images, and collect and generate content. These skills will be used to develop media
for print and screen, and create interactive applications using the Adobe CS5 suite of products,
specifically, Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver and Flash. You will complete projects including a
DL postcard, DVD slip cover, disc label, HTML newsletter, HTML website, Flash animation, Flash
video, Flash website, and group website (Flash and HTML).
In the second year, you will enhance your design skills by exploring layout and typography. You will
develop visual literacy through maintaining a visual diary and learn about writing styles for varying
multimedia content. You will develop a game using Flash ActionScript and learn the basics of digital
composing using After Effects. You will also complete several projects, including logo development
and corporate identity, Illustrator Portrait, an advertising pitch (group exercise), a Flash game, Flash
digital portfolio and After Effects video sequence. In addition, you will spend time at the end of the
course preparing for the multimedia exam.

CERTIFICATE II IN APPLIED FASHION DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY

 MST20616  Part time (2 years)  February  St Kilda Road                                                Our specialist fashion workshop is
                                                                                                           located at our St Kilda Road campus,
Entry requirements: When undertaking the course, you must be enrolled at a school as a VCE or
                                                                                                           just across the road from the Shrine
VCAL student.
                                                                                                           of Remembrance.
Career opportunities: Completion of this course will provide you with a folio of fashion design
work suitable for use at interviews for a variety of fashion design courses from certificate, through
to diploma and degree level. You may be able to claim credit transfer for some units, when you
apply for further study in the VET sector.
Overview: If you love fashion, working with fabric and design and would like to progress to a career
in the fashion industry, this course could be the perfect starting point for you. The Certificate II
in Applied Fashion Design and Technology introduces you to all facets of the fashion design and
production process. During the course, you will learn how to create fashion illustrations, both by
hand and digitally, put together colour and fabric proposals, draft patterns and sew garments. You
will learn all these skills in purpose built, industry standard facilities, and on the latest industrial
equipment, taught by industry professionals.

CERTIFICATE III IN DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS

 CUA30715  Part time (2 years)  February  Chadstone
Entry requirements: When undertaking the course, you must be enrolled at a school as a VCE or
VCAL student.
Career opportunities: You will graduate with a folio of work that may be used when applying
for future opportunities, and have the opportunity to continue your studies in the CUA40715
Certificate IV in Design at Holmesglen.
Overview: This course provides you with an introduction to the practice of graphic design and
prepares you to enter a wide range of art and design courses at certificate, diploma and degree
level. Supported by encouraging, industry experienced teachers, you will be introduced to a wide
variety of drawing materials and techniques when producing finished design pieces using the Adobe
suite of products, including Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign.
Throughout the course, you will create illustrations, both manually and digitally, explore layout and
typography, learn digital DSLR photography and how to apply colour in a variety of contexts. Upon
successful completion of this course, you will have prepared a folio of design projects, learned how
to present them professionally and participated in an exhibition of your work.

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VET Delivered to
                                                                                             ARTS AND DESIGN
Secondary School Students
programs offer an ideal pathway to further
VET studies. Did you know that 91% of VET                                                    CERTIFICATE III IN INTERIOR DECORATION RETAIL SERVICES
graduates recommended their training?*
                                                                                              MSF31013  Part time (2 years)  February  Chadstone
                                                                                             Entry requirements: When undertaking the course, you must be enrolled at a school as a VCE or
                                                                                             VCAL student.
                                                                                             Career opportunities: After successfully completing the course, you may undertake a broad
                                                                                             range of further study from certificate, diploma and advanced diploma courses in interior design
                                                                                             and decoration.
                                                                                             This course is suitable if you have an interest in interior design, colour consultation and styling.
                                                                                             Overview: This course is designed to develop the knowledge and skills required for the selection
                                                                  *NCVER VET Graduate        and coordination of interior furnishings and finishes in the decoration of domestic and commercial
                                                                  Outcomes 2018              interiors. You will study interior decoration and learn the practical skills and knowledge required to
                                                                                             plan and implement creative design and decoration solutions for a variety of interior environments.
                                                                                             You will also learn skills in computing, Google SketchUp, presentation methods, soft furnishings,
                                                                                             hard material application, colour theory and application. You will have the opportunity to use Adobe
                                                                                             design software throughout the program. You will create a folio of design work for art and design
                                                                                             courses at tertiary level.

Almost two-thirds of
                                                                                             BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION
employment growth over
the next five years
                                                                                             CERTIFICATE II IN BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION PRE-APPRENTICESHIP (BRICKLAYING)
is projected to come from the
Health Care and Social Assistance,                                                            22338VIC  Part time (2 years)  February, July  Chadstone
Construction, Education and Training,
and Professional, Scientific and                                                             Entry requirements: When undertaking the course, you must be enrolled at a school as a VCE or
Technical Services industries –                                                              VCAL student.
areas available for study in VET.*                                                           Career opportunities: Building and construction apprenticeship.
                                                                                             Overview: This course has been developed for the specific requirements of the bricklaying
                                    *Labour Market                                          industry. You will undertake training in hand skills, trade terminology and the use of various
                                      Information Portal,                                    products, including clay bricks and concrete masonry.
                                      Job Opportunities
                                      in the Future                                          Much of a bricklayer’s work is straightforward, but often requires skill and judgement. You must
                                                                                             understand working drawings of buildings and be able to apply basic mathematics. Bricklayers also
                                                                                             do more complicated work, such as constructing arches and building fireplaces. These jobs require
                                                                                             training, ability and experience. The benefits of becoming a bricklayer include working in a range of
                                                                                             locations, including outdoors. Your work is an art and will stand for many years - and your skills will
                                                                                             be in demand. At Holmesglen, you will receive practical experience on full-scale projects and learn
                                                                                         in one of Victoria’s leading bricklaying training facilities.
      Social Assistance
      Health Care and

                          Construction

                                         Education and Training

                                                                  and Technical Services
                                                                  Professional, Scientific

                                                                                             CERTIFICATE II IN BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION PRE-APPRENTICESHIP (CARPENTRY)

                                                                                              22338VIC  Part time (2 years)  February  Chadstone
                                                                                             Entry requirements: When undertaking the course, you must be enrolled at a school as a VCE or
                                                                                             VCAL student.
                                                                                             Career opportunities: Carpentry apprenticeship, building trade apprenticeship.
                                                                                             Overview: This course is designed to improve your carpentry or associated building trades
                                                                                             apprenticeship prospects.
                                                                                             This course opens up employment opportunities in the building construction and building design
                                                                                             industries by providing the skills and knowledge you need for the carpentry and building trades.
                                                                                             During the course, you will gain experience in using hand and power tools, and learn a wide range of
                                                                                             carpentry skills, including how to install windows and doors, wall framing, interior fixing and roofing.

                                                                                             CERTIFICATE II IN ENGINEERING STUDIES (TECHNICAL)

                                                                                              22470VIC  Part time (2 years)  February  Moorabbin
                                                                                             Entry requirements: When undertaking the course, you must be enrolled at a school as a VCE or
KEY                                                                                          VCAL student.
                                                                                             Career opportunities: Further study may then lead to the following fields: Draftsperson,
     Course code
                                                                                             architectural designer and additive manufacturing prototyping.
     Study mode and duration                                                                Overview: Engineers are interested in how things work and are employed to design, invent, create,
                                                                                             maintain and improve everything from buildings to bridges and aircraft, to plastics and computers.
     Start date
                                                                                             This course provides pre-employment training and pathways in the engineering manufacturing or
     Campus                                                                                 related industries, and entry into the wider engineering industry. It will provide you with a range
                                                                                             of engineering skills such as computer aided design 2D and 3D, design principles, fabrication
                                                                                             techniques and the use of hand and power of tools. The course is designed to give you the
CONTACT
                                                                                             technical knowledge and skills to design and create 3D engineering models using cutting edge
W: holmesglen.edu.au                                                                         software such AutoCAD and Inventor.
                                                                                             As a student you will also be eligible to download the software for free. You will also balance out
T:    1300 639 888                                                                           your technical skills with practical engineering skills by learning how to use relevant engineering
                                                                                             equipment, such as a computer controlled plasma cutter.
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CERTIFICATE II IN ENGINEERING STUDIES (FABRICATION)                                                       BUILDING FACILITIES
 22470VIC  Part time (2 years)  February  Moorabbin
Entry requirements: When undertaking the course, you must be enrolled at a school as a VCE or
VCAL student.
Career opportunities: Working with: heavy earth moving equipment, mining equipment, pressure
vessels, pipework, automotive/truck body building, duct work, shipbuilder/boats/submarines,
aircraft, structural work and electrical switchboard cabinets.
Overview: Engineers are interested in how things work and are employed to design, invent,
create, maintain and improve everything from buildings to bridges and aeroplanes, to plastics and
computers. This course aims to provide pre-employment training and pathways into the engineering
manufacturing or related industries and entry into the wider engineering industry.
It will provide you with competencies in a range of engineering skills such as welding, basic
machining, fabrication and use of hand and power tools. This course is suitable if you have an
interest in air-conditioning and refrigeration, CAD, electrical, mechanical, structural engineering,
fabrication and panel beating. Fabrication tradespeople learn to make and repair metal fabricated
products, including the shaping, cutting and welding of metal. They are often engaged in projects
that involve heavy metal design in construction, mining, manufacturing, power generation and
shipping industries.
At present, employer demand for engineering tradespeople exceeds supply. The manufacturing
and engineering area is the largest employment sector in Australia, with over one third of all job
vacancies for trade qualified people. Completing this course can provide you with a pathway into a
highly rewarding career in a wide variety of industries.

CERTIFICATE II IN ELECTROTECHNOLOGY (CAREER START)

 UEE22011  Part time (2 years)  February  Moorabbin, North Melbourne
Entry requirements: When undertaking the course, you must be enrolled at a school as a VCE or
VCAL student.
Career opportunities: Apprentice electrician, apprentice electrical fitter, apprentice air
conditioning and refrigeration mechanic, renewable energy systems installer, electrical engineering
technician, renewable energy sales and support roles.
Overview: The course offers the opportunity to develop competencies for a work entry program
providing grounding in safety, and basic skills and knowledge for work in any electrotechnology
industry. The course is a pre-vocational electrical program, designed to provide an introduction
to the electrical/electronics industries in areas such as air-conditioning, electrical, refrigeration,
or instrumentation. It enables you to develop broad based competencies in a range of
electrotechnology fields such as lighting, general power, fire protection and security, robotics,
instrumentation, optical data and voice systems, electrical motors and control systems. It also
enables you to make more informed choices in the selection of vocational career paths, and
gain a recognised credential and credits for further training as an apprentice or trainee in the
electrotechnology industry. During this course, you are required to provide overalls, work boots and
clear safety classes.

CERTIFICATE II IN FURNITURE MAKING PATHWAYS

 MSF20516  Part time (2 years)  February, July  Chadstone
Entry requirements: When undertaking the course, you must be enrolled at a school as a VCE or
VCAL student.
Career opportunities: Apprenticeship in cabinet making, joinery, furniture making, wood
machining, shopfitting, upholstery, furniture finishing, and furniture design and technology.
Overview: This furniture and joinery semester pathway program gives you the opportunity to work
safely using hand and power tools to construct timber furnishing products. It is suitable if you are
interested in furniture design, kitchen design, furniture making, cabinet making, wood machining,
joinery, shopfitting and stair building.

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BUSINESS AND FINANCE

                                               CERTIFICATE II IN SMALL BUSINESS (OPERATIONS/INNOVATION)

                                                22247VIC  Part time (2 years)  February  Glen Waverley
                                               Entry requirements: When undertaking the course, you must be enrolled at a school as a VCE or
                                               VCAL student.
                                               Career opportunities: Graduates of this course will be able to immediately apply the skills they
                                               learned within a wide variety of small businesses. Graduates may choose to apply these skills
                                               when following a career as an entrepreneur or small business owner and operator, or explore
                                               further education opportunities to learn the additional skills to become an accountant, business
                                               banker, payroll assistant or business development manager.
                                               Overview: During this course, you will learn how to develop and run a small business, focusing
                                               on business and employability skills such as marketing, research, event management, planning,
Interested in                                  social media collaboration, financial assistance and a variety of processes required for small
computing and IT?                              business activities.
                                               With the growth of e-commerce, domestic and global markets, small businesses increasingly rely
Students who complete the ICT30115
                                               on staff who are capable of contributing to market research, marketing and business planning. This
Certificate III in Information, Digital
                                               course also incorporates the use of drone technology, where you will receive hands on experience
Media and Technology through a VET
                                               flying drones and learning about the varied applications of this innovative technology.
Delivered to Secondary School Students
course, will be eligible for up to two units
of credit at Units 1 and 2 level, and at a     COMPUTING AND IT
Units 3 and 4 sequence.

                                               CERTIFICATE III IN INFORMATION, DIGITAL MEDIA AND TECHNOLOGY (GAMES STREAM)

                                                ICT30115  Part time (2 years)  February  Moorabbin
                                               Entry requirements: When undertaking the course, you must be enrolled at a school as a VCE or
                                               VCAL student.
                                               Career opportunities: This course provides an excellent pathway into further study in courses
                                               at Certificate IV level and higher which will lead to job outcomes in games, including jobs in asset
                                               creation, game art, game programming, game animation, game testing and technical support.
                                               Holmesglen offers a study pathway leading to a Certificate IV in Digital and Interactive Games,
                                               and a Diploma of Digital and Interactive Games. Students studying the games stream are also
                                               suitable to follow a study pathway into a Certificate IV in Web Based Technologies, and a Diploma
                                               of Website Development. This course can be used by students to support VCE ATAR outcomes.
                                               Overview: This course will give you the skills to be competent in introductory game design and
                                               development - an excellent pathway in getting started in the game design industry. This two-year
                                               program is for secondary school students taking on VET studies as part of their school enrolment.
                                               Over the course of the program, students will be able to complete the qualification and have the
                                               option of undertaking a Scored VET in VCE.

                                               CERTIFICATE III IN INFORMATION, DIGITAL MEDIA AND TECHNOLOGY (SUPPORT STREAM)

                                                ICT30115  Part time (2 years)  February  Chadstone
                                               Entry requirements: When undertaking the course, you must be enrolled at a school as a VCE or
                                               VCAL student.
                                               Career opportunities: This course is suitable for those who are looking for entry-level positions
                                               in an IT repair or level 1 helpdesk support environment. It is an entry point qualification for those
                                               seeking to develop their IT skills and foundation knowledge. Using this course to pathway into
                                               further education in IT will lead to career roles in the Information Technology industry.
                                               Overview: This course will give you the skills to be competent in introductory IT helpdesk support
                                               tasks. This course is an excellent pathway into further study in courses at Certificate IV level and
                                               higher, which will lead to job outcomes in IT support, a wide range of IT technical support roles,
                                               systems administration and network administration. It is also an excellent course to pathway into
                                               studying Cyber Security. Over the course of the program, students will be able to complete the
                                               qualification and have the option of undertaking a Scored VET in VCE.

KEY

     Course code

     Study mode and duration

     Start date

     Campus

CONTACT

W: holmesglen.edu.au

T:    1300 639 888

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COMMUNITY AND HEALTH SCIENCES

CERTIFICATE III IN ALLIED HEALTH ASSISTANCE

 HLT33015  Part time (2 years)  February  Moorabbin
Entry requirements: When undertaking the course, you must be enrolled at a school as a VCE or
VCAL student.
Career opportunities: The course produces workers who provide assistance to physiotherapy
professionals, and registered and enrolled nurses. Workers at this level operate under direct
supervision and do not conduct programs or therapeutic interventions.
Job roles include: Therapy assistant, physiotherapy assistant, allied health assistant, assistant in
nursing, health services assistant.
Overview: This course is suitable if you are interested in working in the healthcare sector and
becoming an allied health assistant or an assistant in nursing. The two years’ part time study will
give you an opportunity to commence your studies in one of these fields. The first year is a generic   Students who complete
year that all students complete. Students will be required to undertake some units after the           MSL30116 Certificate III
completion of their VCE/VCAL program if they wish to receive the full qualification.
                                                                                                       in Laboratory Skills
The course will be delivered through a mixture of online activities, classroom delivery and
laboratories, including in a state of the art allied health laboratory, community apartment and a      will be eligible for up to six units of
simulated hospital environment. You will learn using role plays, simulations, project work and a       credit towards their VCE: four units at
total of 80 hours of structured workplace learning over two years (40 hours per year), which will be   Units 1 and 2 level and a Units 3 and 4
undertaken in a variety of healthcare settings, including medical, sub-acute, acute, community and     sequence.
rehabilitation areas.
                                                                                                       Talk to us to find out which Holmesglen
                                                                                                       VET Programs have a study score that
CERTIFICATE III IN COMMUNITY SERVICES                                                                  will contribute to your VCE Units 3 and 4.

 CHC32015  Part time (2 years)  February  Chadstone, Moorabbin
Entry requirements: When undertaking the course, you must be enrolled at a school as a VCE or
VCAL student.
Career opportunities: Following completion of the certificate, the following community sectors
would have relevant employment opportunities: Case management, disability, individual support,
leisure and health, welfare, youth services, mental health.
Overview: This course is ideal if you like working with people. Throughout the two-years of study,
you will be taught across a variety of work skill areas relevant to work within the community
services sector. You will learn about meeting individual needs, community participation, working
with diverse people and community development. Your learning will involve role plays, simulations,
project work, incursions and excursions. If you are passionate about empowering and supporting
people, this could be the course for you.

CERTIFICATE III IN LABORATORY SKILLS

 MSL30118  Part time (2 years)  February  Moorabbin
Entry requirements: When undertaking the course, you must be enrolled at a school as a VCE or
VCAL student.
Career opportunities: This course is suitable if you have an interest in biological testing,
biotechnology, chemical testing, environmental monitoring, food testing and pathology testing.
Overview: During this course, you will complement and expand your scientific studies by gaining
the practical skills and knowledge to assist in collecting and preparing samples to carry out,
measure and record results associated with the day-to-day operations within a chemical, biological
and physical testing laboratory.
You will learn skills in maintaining a laboratory, routine sampling and testing, recording data, and
using laboratory computing programs. You will also learn how to prepare cultures, perform sterile
techniques and assist with field work. This course will be undertaken in the new state-of-the-art
laboratories at Holmesglen Moorabbin where you will have access to equipment that can usually
only be found in a technical setting.

                                                                                                              PROGRAMS FOR SECONDARY
                                                                                                                 SCHOOL STUDENTS 2020         13
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

                                          CERTIFICATE III IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CARE

                                           CHC30113  Part time (2 years)  February  Moorabbin
                                          Entry requirements: When undertaking the course, you must be enrolled at a school as a VCE or
                                          VCAL student.
                                          Career opportunities: Early childhood educator, family day carer, nanny, out-of-school hours’ care
                                          assistant, recreation assistant.
                                          Overview: This course enables you to plan and implement appropriate care and educational
                                          experiences for young children. Through the combination of face-to-face, online and practicum
                                          based learning, you will acquire the necessary skills and knowledge to work effectively as
                                          a professional team member in an early childhood service. These skills include gaining an
                                          understanding of legal and ethical requirements, engaging with young children and their families,
“Follow your passion. I                   facilitating children’s leisure and play, and fostering holistic development and wellbeing.
                                          Graduates may work under direct supervision and may also have limited supervisory
know it’s easy to say, but                responsibilities of volunteers. The two years’ part time study will give you an opportunity to
finding your passion is                   commence your studies in the Early Childhood Education field. The course will be delivered through
                                          a mixture of online activities, classroom delivery and simulated Early Learning Centre environment.
the hardest bit. Once you                 You will learn using role plays, simulations, project work and a total of 120 hours of structured
                                          workplace learning over two years (60 hours per year), which will be undertaken in a variety of early
find it, then find great                  childhood settings.
people to support you.”
                                          HOSPITALITY, TOURISM AND EVENTS
Morgan Hipworth
Certificate II in Hospitality             CERTIFICATE II IN HOSPITALITY

Morgan is already a major part of the
                                           SIT20316  Part time (2 years)  February  Moorabbin, Glen Waverley
local hospitality industry. He owns his   Entry requirements: When undertaking the course, you must be enrolled at a school as a VCE or
own food business, Bistro Morgan, has     VCAL student.
appeared on a range of commercial
                                          Career opportunities: Barista, food and beverage attendant, kitchen hand, apprentice chef.
television shows, such as Shark Tank,
Today and The Project, and is earning     Overview: During this certificate, you’ll learn key hospitality skills such as how to interact with
the praise of the culinary world, one     customers and receive and store stock. We also teach you food safety procedures and safe work
donut at a time.                          practices. Upon completing your first year, you’ll be awarded a Certificate II in Hospitality. You can
                                          then specialise in the Hospitality or Kitchen Operations stream depending on which pathway you
                                          prefer. Fast track to a career as an apprentice chef, kitchen hand, barista or food and beverage
                                          attendant with this course.

                                          CERTIFICATE III IN TOURISM

                                           SIT30116  Part time (2 years)  February  Moorabbin, Glen Waverley
                                          Entry requirements: When undertaking the course, you must be enrolled at a school as a VCE or
                                          VCAL student.
                                          Career opportunities: This course is suitable if you have an interest in travel consultation,
                                          reservation sales agent for a tour company or airline, theme park attending, tour guiding and
                                          attraction attending.
                                          Overview: You will learn how to prepare quotes, source airfares for domestic flights and sell
                                          tourism products and services. There’s even an optional Gold Coast trip to explore Queensland’s
                                          tourism industry and the operations of a theme park. We also teach you how to provide great
                                          customer service and participate in safe work practices. Upon graduating, you’ll receive credits
                                          toward your VCE or VCAL. You can then enhance your career opportunities with further studies in
                                          travel or tourism.

                                          CERTIFICATE III IN EVENTS

                                           SIT30516  Part time (2 years)  February  Moorabbin, Glen Waverley
KEY                                       Entry requirements: When undertaking the course, you must be enrolled at a school as a VCE or
                                          VCAL student.
     Course code
                                          Career opportunities: This course is suitable if you have an interest in event management,
     Study mode and duration             wedding planning, international event coordination and festival or sporting coordination.
     Start date                          Overview: Throughout the course, students will learn how to communicate event ideas, gather
                                          information, plan and organise activities, work in teams and solve problems.
     Campus                              In the first year, students will develop and promote a special themed event, put an event proposal
                                          together for an ‘in house’ customer and organise an end of year event.
CONTACT
                                          The focus for the second year is to further develop the skills and knowledge of the events
W: holmesglen.edu.au                      industry, by running a larger Holmesglen in house event. This will further develop skills in meeting
                                          management, team building, client liaison and coordinating events.
T:    1300 639 888

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HORTICULTURE AND ENVIRONMENT

CERTIFICATE II IN HORTICULTURE

 AHC20416  Part time (2 years)  February  Glen Waverley
Entry requirements: When undertaking the course, you must be enrolled at a school as a VCE or
VCAL student.
Career opportunities: Horticulture worker, horticulture assistant or apprenticeship.
Overview: Students will learn how to build retaining walls, lay paving, maintain gardens, test soils,
drive a tractor, use a ride on mower and identify pests and diseases in plants. Participants will get
to work outdoors in a variety of roles.

SPORT, FITNESS AND WELLBEING
                                                                                                          “I recommend taking
CERTIFICATE III IN SPORT AND RECREATION
                                                                                                          advantage of all
 SIS30115  Part time (2 years)  February  Moorabbin, Glen Waverley
                                                                                                          opportunities that you
Entry requirements: When undertaking the course, you must be enrolled at a school as a VCE or
VCAL student.                                                                                             can take while studying,
Career opportunities: Sports recreation, fitness instructing, sports development, sports coaching.        like internships, student
Overview: In the first year, you will complete an exciting range of sporting related units and
develop a basic level of skills for instructing and officiating in a variety of games and sports.
                                                                                                          exchanges, work/study
You will also develop knowledge of the sporting industry and relevant workplace skills. You will          abroad and volunteering.
learn about the preparation and equipment required for sporting and recreation sessions, how to
conduct these sessions, first aid and how to deal with clients.                                           To have an overseas
There will be a wide variety of sports covered that will be tailored to your interests. The second year
of the course has a focus on fitness training and instruction. You will also develop a knowledge of
                                                                                                          experience; not just a
sport and recreation markets and participation patterns, and go on to develop public education            short holiday, where
courses in a related area.
                                                                                                          you are immersing in a
CERTIFICATE III IN BEAUTY SERVICES
                                                                                                          different culture, opens
 SHB30115  Part time (2 years)  February  Moorabbin                                                   so many doors for you.”
Entry requirements: When undertaking the course, you must be enrolled at a school as a VCE or
VCAL student.                                                                                             Melissa Hanlon
Career opportunities: Beautician, beauty therapist.                                                       Diploma of Holiday Park and
                                                                                                          Resort Management
Overview: You will learn to provide a range of beauty services including nail, waxing, lash and brow      Certificate III in Tourism
and make-up. At Holmesglen, we also focus on making sure you have a strong customer-service
approach when consulting with clients, so you’re ready to walk into a job at your future salon. This      Melissa followed a pathway from a
program has compulsory activities/materials as part of the learning experience. The department            VET Delivered to Secondary Students
will confirm the cost of these activities/materials prior to your enrolment.                              course right through to obtaining her
                                                                                                          diploma. Melissa worked as a Character
                                                                                                          Attendant as part of the Disney College
                                                                                                          Program in Orlando.

                                                                                                                 PROGRAMS FOR SECONDARY
                                                                                                                    SCHOOL STUDENTS 2020      15
VCAL
                                            YOUR YEAR 11 AND 12 AT HOLMESGLEN

                                            VCAL FOUNDATION MID-YEAR INTAKE

                                             VCALFND001  Full time (6 months)  July  Moorabbin, Glen Waverley
Tahmina Amiri                               Entry requirements: Applicants are preferably half way through their Year 10 studies. If they are
Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning   under 17 years of age, they must have a Transition from School Form signed by their last school
(Senior)                                    principal, and permission from the Department of Education (from the Regional Director), permitting
                                            them to leave school. This is a requirement under the Education and Training Reform Act 2006.
Having migrated from Afghanistan,
Tahmina Amiri decided her education         Career opportunities: The natural progression from VCAL Foundation is to complete
was a chance to support the people          VCAL Intermediate and VCAL Senior.
around her.                                 Overview: This VCAL Foundation program is aimed at students who are half way through Year 10
                                            and want to make the transition to an adult learning environment to complete their Senior
Studying VCAL Senior at the Vocational      Secondary certificate in VCAL.
College, she explored her personal          Our Vocational College VCAL Foundation program has clear pathways into VCAL Intermediate,
development, and advocacy and               VCAL Senior (equivalent Year 12) and further TAFE courses and apprenticeships. Students get
literacy skills.                            the opportunity to gain a sense of belonging within a new, supportive and rewarding environment.
                                            Strong literacy, numeracy and employability skills components are the focus, where you will
Some of her artwork was also featured       experience personal development and growth, and engage in a variety of projects and activities
at Vocational College.                      within the Holmesglen setting and the surrounding community.
                                            You will also arrange an ‘end of semester event’, which will involve working in a variety of
Tahmina said the chance to interact
                                            industries, gaining hands on experience in a professional setting. The VCAL Foundation program
with her peers and meet new people
                                            encourages diversity and ensures everyone has equal rights and a tailored learning approach to
were some of her favourite aspects of
                                            suit the individual.
the course.

“Tahmina embraced all activities and
                                            VCAL FOUNDATION WITH ADDITIONAL SUPPORT
projects with great enthusiasm and
showed excellent team working skills.        VCALFND001  Full time (34 weeks)  February  Chadstone
She willingly and respectfully worked
with others,” says one of her teachers.     Entry requirements: Applicants must be 16 - 19 years old and be interested in gaining
                                            employment and/or progressing to further study and have the potential to travel independently
                                            and take part in all course activities. If you are under the age of 17, you must have a Transition
                                            from School Form signed by your last school principal. This is a requirement under the Education
                                            and Training Reform Act 2006. Students over 18 will need a current police check to take part in
                                            voluntary work. You will need to come to a meeting with a parent or carer to find out if the course
                                            will meet your needs.
                                            Career opportunities: Open or supported employment opportunities, traineeships and
                                            apprenticeships.
                                            Overview: This Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) Foundation course is ideal for
                                            16 - 19 year olds looking to develop work, literacy and numeracy skills, as well as personal
                                            development and industry-specific skill. If you need support with your learning and/or social skills
                                            and previously received help from a teacher’s aide in class, Holmesglen’s VCAL Foundation with
                                            Additional Support can continue that assistance model for you. You will take part in practical
                                            studies and complete projects based on real-world situations. Your classes will be adapted to suit
                                            your interests, abilities and strengths. The VCAL Foundation curriculum promotes the principles and
                                            practice of Australian democracy, including a commitment to elected government; the rule of law;
                                            equal rights for all before the law; freedom of religion; freedom of speech and association; and the
                                            values of openness and tolerance. You will study in groups of 10 or 11. The course includes four
                                            weeks of structured workplace learning and a two-night camp.

KEY

     Course code

     Study mode and duration                        Your pathway to
                                            VCAL Intermediate and         Semester 1                             Semester 2
     Start date                            VCAL Senior allows you
                                             to choose from a list of     Carpentry and bricklaying              Allied health
     Campus
                                            study streams including:      Commercial art                         Beauty and fashion
                                                                          Community services                     Business and tourism
CONTACT                                                                   Electrical and engineering             Carpentry and bricklaying
                                                                          Event management                       Electrical and engineering
W: holmesglen.edu.au                                                      Horticulture and landscaping           Hospitality with retail
                                                                          Hospitality                            Painting, joinery and drones
T:    1300 639 888
                                                                          Multimedia                             Plumbing mechanical practices
                                                                          Plumbing mechanical practices          Sport and recreation
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INSTEAD OF SECONDARY SCHOOL

  VCAL INTERMEDIATE YEAR 11

   VCALINT001  Full time (1 year)  February, July  Moorabbin, Glen Waverley
  Entry requirements: If the student is under 17 years old, they must have a Transition from School       Athan Samaras
  Form signed by their last school principal. This is a requirement under the Education and Training      Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning
  Reform Act 2006.                                                                                        (Senior)
  Career opportunities: The natural progression from VCAL Intermediate is to complete                     Since he finished his Vocational College
  VCAL Senior (equivalent of year 12).                                                                    studies, Athan followed a pathway
  Overview: This course is aimed at students who have completed year 10 (or equivalent) and               into the Certificate IV in Digital and
  want to make the transition to an adult learning environment to complete their Senior Secondary         Interactive Games.
  Certificate in VCAL. This course explores a variety of projects and engages with the community,
  excursions and camps, with clear pathways into VCAL Senior (equivalent Year 12) and further TAFE        He completed structured workplace
  courses and apprenticeships. You will get the opportunity to gain a sense of belonging within a         employment, participated in
  new, supportive and rewarding environment.                                                              intermediate and senior camps and
  Strong literacy, numeracy, employability skills and structured work placement learning (placements)     worked closely with the senior industry
  are the focus, where you will experience personal development and growth, and thrive in an              educator to plan his dream career as a
  excellent alternative to VCE. A strong emphasis is placed on the student journey and experience         computer programmer.
  and finishing the course with industry experience that you can immediately apply to the workplace.
  Part of this experience involves having access to the specialist facilities at Holmesglen, completing   He cites the life skills and employment
  Industry Specific Streams two days per week, each semester. There is a large variety of industry        advice he received as areas that will
  choices that the learner will get to choose from, as part of their VCAL program. They will choose       benefit him in the future. He is also
  one stream in each semester.                                                                            equally complimentary of his teachers.

                                                                                                          “The teachers helped me get through
  VCAL SENIOR YEAR 12                                                                                     stress and tough situations,” he reflects.

   VCALSEN001  Full time (6–12 months)  February, July  Moorabbin, Glen Waverley
  Entry requirements: Preferred candidates will have completed either year 11 VCE or VCAL
  Intermediate (at Holmesglen or an alternative approved provider). In the unlikely event that you are
  under the age of 17, you must have a completed Transition from School Form, authorised by their
  previous school principal. This is a requirement under the Education and Training Reform Act 2006.
  Career opportunities: This course is recognised in Victoria as evidence of completion of
  secondary education. All career opportunities that require this completion are open to successful
  VCAL Senior candidates.
  Overview: Holmesglen Vocational College offers VCAL Senior to young people who recognise that
  their career path is suited to vocational education and a hands on teaching and learning style, in
  an adult learning environment.
  The Moorabbin and Glen Waverley campuses deliver the VCAL Senior program differently, to cater
  for a wider group of people. Please read below for the overview of each program. Both are delivered
  in a positive and supportive environment, focused on learning the way you want to be taught and
                                                                                                          96%          of all students who
                                                                                                          completed VCAL at Holmesglen
  how industry expects you to learn, creating opportunities for every individual:                         Vocational College went on to further
  Moorabbin campus:                                                                                       education or full time employment.*
   In this course you will focus on your core studies for six months, then have the flexibility to        *Internal student satisfaction and outcomes survey
   pathway into your chosen industry course for the following six months. You will complete your
   core VCAL units over four days per week during your first six months. One day per week is also
   set aside for you to organise part time or casual work. Then, allocated days will be negotiated
   for your chosen industry stream in the following six months (these depend on the course you
   select you will spend time discussing these pathway options with our careers expert, identifying
   a course that you wish to pursue, varying from certificate II, III, IV and diplomas level courses).
   If you have completed previous industry units (e.g. from VCAL Intermediate or your previous
   school), you may be eligible to complete your VCAL Senior within six months, instead of one year.
  Glen Waverley campus:
    In this course, you can choose to study a combination of core units alongside specialist industry
    streams. You will complete the main VCAL units over two days each week. During another two
    days of the week, you will have access to specialist facilities at Holmesglen for industry specific
    streams. Each stream offers approximately 200 hours of competency training at Certificate II
    or Certificate III level, and you will complete two industry streams throughout the year (one per
    semester). It may also be possible to study a different course of interest whilst completing the
    2 days of VCAL core. Studying VCAL Senior this way will give you your Year 12 qualification and
    accredited training in your chosen career path at the same time. Plus, one day per week is set
    aside for you to organise part time or casual work.
                                                                                                                   PROGRAMS FOR SECONDARY
                                                                                                                      SCHOOL STUDENTS 2020               17
DEVELOPING
                                            INDEPENDENCE
                                            PROGRAMS
                                            CERTIFICATE I IN TRANSITION EDUCATION

                                             22301VIC  Full time (34 weeks)  February  Chadstone, Moorabbin
Tia Horrobin                                Entry requirements: You will need to have the potential to travel independently and take part
Certificate I in Work Education             in all course activities, a desire to complete the course, and an interest in gaining employment,
                                            progressing to further study or taking part in community life. You will need to come to a meeting
Tia Horrobin completed a number of          with a parent or carer to find out if the course will meet your needs.
work experience placements during
her studies, including at Spotlight and     Career opportunities: Open or supported employment, voluntary work, community activities.
Target, of which she said she was most      Overview: Are you 16 - 19 years old? Do you need support with your learning and/or social skills?
proud. Her Target supervisor reported       Did you attend a specialist school or get help from a teacher’s aide in class? This course gives you
Tia was one of the hardest working          the opportunity to take part in a range of subjects that focus on the skills you need at work and in
students they had seen.                     everyday life.
                                            You will complete projects that will help you to: develop social skills; become more confident; work
Achievement comes through hard work,        as part of a team; improve your literacy and numeracy skills; use technology safely; improve your
and Tia’s teachers saw her commitment       health and fitness; and become more independent. You will study in groups of 10.
grow through every facet of her Community
                                            The course includes four weeks of work placement and a two-night camp.
and Transitional Education studies.

She describes herself as having a big
                                            CERTIFICATE I IN WORK EDUCATION
heart and mind, and this is reflected in
how she always helps others.                 22302VIC  Full time (34 weeks)  February  Chadstone, Moorabbin
Tia loves working with children, and has    Entry requirements: You will need to have the potential to travel independently and take part in
volunteered at a local primary school.      all course activities, a desire to complete the course and an interest in gaining employment and/or
She hopes to follow a study pathway         progressing to further study.
into education support and become a         Career opportunities: Open or supported employment, voluntary work.
teacher’s aide in the future.               Overview: Are you 16 - 19 years old? Do you need support with your learning and/or social
                                            skills? Did you attend a specialist school or get help from a teacher’s aide in class? This course
                                            will help you learn the skills you will need to be successful at work. You will take part in subjects
                                            and projects that will help you develop: job-seeking skills, work-readiness skills, time-management
                                            skills, personal presentation skills, team-work and communication skills.
                                            You may also be able to study one of these courses as part of your program: SIT10216 Certificate I
                                            in Hospitality; AHC10316 Certificate I in Horticulture; or SIR10116 Certificate I in Retail Services.
                                            You will study in groups of 10. The course includes 30 days of work placement and a two-night camp.

                                            CERTIFICATE I IN GENERAL EDUCATION FOR ADULTS (SWITCH PROGRAM)
                                             22472VIC  Full time (1 year)  February  Glen Waverley
                                            Entry requirements: There are no formal entry requirements but learners must be at least
                                            14 years of age at the time of commencement.
                                            Career opportunities: Career pathways following this qualification vary. Students will develop
                                            specific employment skills during their industry tasters and while completing various projects
                                            throughout the program, all of which are designed to boost their communication skills, coping
                                            mechanisms and their person growth and development. With the skills they learn during this
                                            foundation program, they will develop the confidence and generic employability skills relevant to
                                            apply for an entry level position in industries such as retail and hospitality.
                                            Overview: The Certificate I in General Education for Adults, Switch program, is a re-engagement
KEY                                         program for students who are looking to thrive in a different learning environment to that of
                                            traditional schooling. Switch is a flexible program with small class numbers, focused on employment
     Course code                           and education pathways. The program is tailored to individual students, where the teacher is
                                            accompanied by a youth worker at all times, to help support the individual progress of students.
     Study mode and duration
                                            Students gain a greater sense of belonging, feel safe, have fun and learn more about themselves,
     Start date                            whilst being introduced to more opportunities. Switch is delivered four days per week, operating
                                            from Tuesday through until Friday, from 9.30am until 2.30pm each day. If your attendance was not
     Campus                                great at your current school, this change in environment could be the answer for you to get your
                                            education back on track, operating alongside your school calendar, but attending Holmesglen’s
CONTACT                                     Glen Waverley campus instead, as an alternative to Year 10.

W: holmesglen.edu.au

T:    1300 639 888

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“I have learned a lot from the children –
from babies, toddlers and kindergarten students.
                    I’m very excited for the future.
   It’s an amazing opportunity and everyone has
       been so supportive of me and my friends.”
                                                        Laura Flynn
                             The Early Learning Centre Assistant,
                                    The Royal Children’s Hospital
                        Certificate I in Work Education graduate

       Laura was part of new integrated practical placement program
           with The Royal Children’s Hospital. The pilot program saw
           10 students from the Certificate I in Work Education class
                      complete practical placements at the hospital.

       Laura worked in the Early Learning Centre, where she received
                          employment following her work experience.

        Holmesglen’s partnership with The Royal Children’s Hospital
     was created to increase job outcomes for students with learning
            disabilities. Two of Laura’s classmates were also offered
                   employment, and a total of eight learners from the
                            program are engaged in other employment.

                                       PROGRAMS FOR SECONDARY
                                          SCHOOL STUDENTS 2020    19
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           206 Bourke Street     Batesford Roads                       Chadstone
              Melbourne             Chadstone                           VIC 3148
               VIC 3000             VIC 3148

GLEN WAVERLEY           MOORABBIN             NORTH MELBOURNE                              ST KILDA ROAD
595 Waverley Road      488 South Road               Level 2                               332 St Kilda Road
  Glen Waverley          Moorabbin             200 Arden Street                              Southbank
    VIC 3150              VIC 3189              North Melbourne                               VIC 3006
                                                   VIC 3051

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                                        Front cover image: Saffron Misiepo
                                        untitled, 2017
                                        Certificate IV in Photography and Photo Imaging
                                        © April 2019, Holmesglen Institute. Information published in this guide was correct
                                        at time of printing and is subject to change at any time, without notice. Holmesglen
                                        is the trading name of Holmesglen Institute RTO: 0416. CRICOS: 00012G.
                                        Training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding.
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