VET IN SCHOOLS 2018 PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES

VET IN SCHOOLS 2018 PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES

VET IN SCHOOLS 2018 PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES

VET IN SCHOOLS 2018 PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES STUDY TAFE COURSES WHILE AT SCHOOL SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE COURSES STEM AND DEFENCE PATHWAYS UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE RTO: 52787

VET IN SCHOOLS 2018 PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES

I SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES 2 CAMPUS LOCATIONS . 3 OVERVIEW FOR PARENTS AND STUDENTS . 4 HOW DO STUDENTS APPLY . 5 SPOTLIGHT ON DEFENCE AND RELATED INDUSTRIES . 6 COURSES . 12 MEA20415 Certificate II in Aeroskills (Aeroskills Mechanical Pre-Apprenticeship . 13 ACM20110 Certificate II in Animal Studies . 14 MST20616 Certificate II in Applied Fashion Design and Technology .

15 AUR20916 Certificate II in Automotive Body Repair Technology (Vehicle Body Painting Pre-Apprenticeship . 16 AUR20916 Certificate II in Automotive Body Repair Technology (Panel Beating Pre-Apprenticeship . 18 AUR20716 Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation . 19 AUR20716 Certificate II in Automotive Manufacturing Production - Bus, Truck and Trailer . 20 AVI30116 Certificate III in Aviation (Cabin Crew . 21 52821WA Certificate III in Aviation (Support Services and Operations . 22 52825WA Certificate II in Building and Construction (Pathway – Para Professional . 23 52824WA Certificate II in Building and Construction (Pathway – Trades .

25 CHC22015 Certificate II in Community Services . 26 UEE20511 Certificate II in Computer Assembly and Repair . 27 UEE21911 Certificate II in Electronics . 29 UEE22011 Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start) (Electrotechnology Pre-Apprenticeship . 30 MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering (Heavy Fabrication Pre-Apprenticeship . 31 MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering (Mechanical Fitter and Machinist Pre-Apprenticeship . 33 MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering [Mechanical-Plant Mechanic Pre-Apprenticeship . 34 MEM20413 Certificate II in Engineering Pathways . 35 MEM30505 Certificate III in Engineering Technical .

36 SIT30516 Certificate III in Events . 37 SFL20115 Certificate II in Floristry (Assistant . 38 SIT20316 Certificate II in Hospitality . 39 SIT20416 Certificate II in Kitchen Operations (Commercial Cookery/Patisserie Pre-Apprenticeship . 40 TLI21815 Certificate II in Logistics . 41 52700WA Certificate II in Plumbing (Plumbing Pre-Apprenticeship . 42 FDF20510 Certificate II in Retail Baking Assistance (Pre-Apprenticeship . 44 SHB20116 Certificate II in Retail Cosmetics . 45 SHB20216 Certificate II in Salon Assistant . 46 CUA31015 Certificate III in Screen and Media . 47 SIT30116 Certificate III in Tourism .

49 EDUCATION SUPPORT COURSES . 50 How to apply . 51 AUR20716 Automotive Skill Set . 52 AHC20416 Horticulture Skill Set . 54 52824WA Construction Skill Set . 56 SIT20316 Hospitality Skill Set . 57 Education Support Application Form . 58 FEE-FOR-SERVICE COURSES . 60 ICT30115 Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology (Network Administration . 61 Certificate II in Automotive Electrical Accessory Installation Skill Set . 62 CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care . 63 SCHOOL-BASED TRAINEESHIPS AND APPRENTICESHIPS . 64 Contents

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SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES I 3 Campus locations ARMADALE CAMPUS • 40 and 45 Commerce Avenue, Armadale WA 6112 • 145 Jull Street, Armadale WA 6112 BENTLEY CAMPUS Hayman Road, Bentley WA 6982 CARLISLE CAMPUS Cnr Oats and Bank Streets, Carlisle WA 6101 E-TECH CAMPUS 41 South Terrace, Fremantle WA 6160 FREMANTLE CAMPUS (BEACONSFIELD) 15 Grosvenor Street, Beaconsfield WA 6162 HENDERSON CAMPUS 12 Egmont Road, Henderson WA 6166 JANDAKOT CAMPUS • Annexe: 23 Eagle Drive, Jandakot WA 6164 • Hangar: 14 Compass Road, Jandakot WA 6164 KWINANA CAMPUS Cnr Gilmore Avenue and Sulphur Road Orelia, WA 6167 MARITIME CAMPUS 1 Fleet Street, Fremantle, WA 6160 MUNSTER CAMPUS 9 Gardiner Avenue, Munster WA 6166 MURDOCH CAMPUS 130 Murdoch Drive, Murdoch WA 6150 PEEL CAMPUS (Peel Education and Training Campus) Education Drive, Mandurah WA 6210 ROCKINGHAM CAMPUS Simpson Avenue, Rockingham WA 6168 THORNLIE CAMPUS Burslem Drive, Thornlie WA 6108 SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE CAMPUSES ARE LOCATED ACROSS THE SOUTHERN PERTH METROPOLITAN AREA

VET IN SCHOOLS 2018 PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES

I SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES 4 OVERVIEW This booklet contains information on the range of courses offered by South Metropolitan TAFE as Vocational Education and Training in Schools (VETiS) courses. Information such as delivery locations, costs and uniform requirements are included to assist schools, teachers, parents and students in making the best choices for each individual. With 14 campuses across the Perth metropolitan area, South Metropolitan TAFE is the largest provider of education and training in Western Australia. We have hundreds of full-time and part-time nationally accredited courses, a range of associate degrees and a variety of industry-specific certifications across a broad range of study areas including: • Aerospace and Logistics • Animals and Environment • Applied Engineering/Oil and Gas • Automotive Technology • Business and Information Technology • Building, Construction and Work Safety • Community Services and Health • Defence, Mechanical and Fabrication Engineering • English and Foundation Skills • Electrotechnology and Plumbing • Fashion and Personal Services • Hospitality and Culinary Arts • Maritime Studie • Oil and Gas Process Engineering • Science • Tourism ABOUT SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE VET IN SCHOOLS COURSES PATHWAYS TO EMPLOYMENT South Metropolitan TAFE offers industry approved courses that provide relevant workplace skills at specialised industry training centres.

South Metropolitan TAFE students that complete a qualification will be on a pathway to their chosen career. Many students gain employment or go onto further training such as our certificates, diplomas, advanced diplomas, associate degrees or university. PATHWAYS TO UNIVERSITY South Metropolitan TAFE courses can provide pathways to university. On completion of a Certificate IV or Diploma, graduates can use their qualification to apply for a wide range of courses at university.

South Metropolitan TAFE has advanced standing agreements with Murdoch Univeristy, Curtin University, Edith Cowan University, the University of Notre Dame and the University of Western Australia in a range of bachelor degree courses. Students graduating from South Metropolitan TAFE’s diploma and advanced diploma courses may gain up to one year credit in bachelor degrees of 3 to 4 years. For more information about South Metropolitan TAFE’s university pathways please call 1800 001 001 or go to southmetrotafe.wa.edu.au FEES AND CHARGES Secondary school students undertaking VETiS courses as part of their secondary education including pre- apprenticeships in schools courses are exempt from tuition, resource and enrolment fees.

However depending on the chosen course students may be required to purchase a uniform, protective equipment, text books or trade equipment/tools.

ATTENDANCE Students are responsible for ensuring that they attend all scheduled classes. Attendance will be recorded and any absences are reported to the school. The VET Coordinator at your school will be contacted to discuss the appropriateness of a student continuing if there are repeated absences. Students are required to inform their lecturer in advance if they will be absent from any scheduled classes. Poor attendance may mean withdrawal from the course. DRESS CODE Students are not required to wear their school uniform to their course but they are expected to dress appropriately. Where special or protective clothing and/or footwear is required, it must be worn without exception.

Students who forget to bring their protective clothing will be excluded from the campus workshops/classes and the school informed.

Overview for parents and students

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SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES I 5 How do students apply? VETIS APPLICATIONS FOR 2018 OPEN JULY AND CLOSE FRIDAY 1 SEPTEMBER 2017 To complete the application students will require their: • School Curriculum and Standards Authority (SCSA) number (this can be found on your school report or speak with your VET in Schools Coordinator • A Unique Student Identifier (USI) - to obtain this they will need to visit usi.gov.au • Parent/guardian email address and mobile phone number • Most recent school report in an electronic format  i.e.

PDF • Resume, references and/or certificates which will help support their application VETiS courses are extremely competitive and it is recommended that as much evidence as possible is provided to support the application. These documents must be uploaded when applying through our online application system.

Applications can be submitted online at southmetrotafe.wa.edu.au/vetis The school will be asked to endorse and support the application before the selection process begins. For more information, please contact your school VET coordinator.

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I SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES 6 Marine Industry School Pathways Program Supporting Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics pathways National Sponsor SPOTLIGHT ON DEFENCE AND RELATED INDUSTRIES

VET IN SCHOOLS 2018 PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES

SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS (STEM) AND DEFENCE PATHWAYS South Metropolitan TAFE is the only TAFE in WA with dedicated defence pathway courses.

These are in place to provide sustainable links between schools, TAFE, higher education and the defence sector so that current and future defence needs are met and a strategy of attract, train, retain and re-train is adopted to build capability in the sector. Students who are still at school can start their defence career pathway across a range of study areas and a variety of training options are available.

SHIPBUILDING A shipbuilding qualification gives you the skills to design, construct and maintain a variety of vessels from warships to superyachts to kayaks. You will gain practical experience in new composite technology, building and repairing boats in a range of materials including metal, wood and fibreglass. Your study will also give you the understanding of industry regulations and boating operations in addition to enabling you to work with other specialist professionals in the maritime industry. Career opportunities • Shipwright • Shipbuilder • Boat Builder • Marine Fitter • Composites Engineer Marine • Composites Tradesperson • Fabricator/Welder • Boilermaker • Sheet Metal Worker • Hull Welder • Pipe Welder Recommended courses for school students interested in shipbuilding Profile: • MEM20413 Certificate II in Engineering Pathways Pre-apprenticeship in schools: • MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering (Heavy Fabrication) • MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering (Mechanical Fitter and Machinist) • MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering (Mechanical-Plant Mechanic) School-based traineeship: • MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES I 7

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I SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES 8 SUBMARINE MAINTENANCE Defence submarine maintenance includes the maintenance and repair of electrical control systems and mechanical systems to ensure the efficient running of a submarine vessel. Specialisations include engineering, fitting, machining and fabrication in addition to the maintenance and repair of systems, navigation, communications, operating surveillance equipment and other electronic systems on board. Career opportunities • Navy Submariner maintenance • Instrument Technician • Process Control Technician • Marine Technician • Boat Builder • Marine Fitter • Naval Engineer • Fitter/Machinist • Mechanical Fitter • Mechanical Engineer • Heavy Plant Mechanic • Diesel Mechanic • Diesel Fitter • Fabricator/Welder • Boilermaker • Pipe Fitter • Sheet Metal Worker • CAD Designer/Operator • Draftsperson • Ship Marine Engineer • Logistics Officer • Hull Welder • Pipe Welder • Operator (General Hand) • Electronics and Communications Engineer • Electrical Engineer • Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technician Recommended courses for school students interested in submarine maintenance: Profile • MEM20413 Certificate II in Engineering Pathways • UEE21911 Certificate II in Electronics • MEM30505 Certificate III in Engineering Technical • AUR20716 Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation Pre-apprenticeship in schools • MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering (Heavy Fabrication) • MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering (Mechanical Fitter and Machinist) • MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering (Mechanical-Plane Mechanic • AUR20516 Certificate II in Automotive Servicing Technology (Heavy Vehicle Servicing) • UEE22011 Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start) School-based traineeship: • MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering • UEE21911 Certificate II in Electronics • PMA20116 Certificate II in Process Plant Operations • AUR20516 Certificate II in Automotive Servicing Technology DEFENCE TRADES The defence industry offers a wide variety of trade opportunities, allowing you to specialise in all aspects of mechanical, electrical, fabrication, fitting and machining, refrigeration, air-conditioning, and instrumentation applications as they apply to defence systems, craft, vehicles and plant.

Our courses are nationally accredited but additionally the skills you acquire are easily transferable worldwide.

Career opportunities • Mechanical Fitter • Marine Fitter • Fitter/Machinist • Diesel Mechanic • Fabricator/Welder • Composites Tradesperson • Ship Builder • Shipwright • Navy Submariner Maintenance • CNC Machinist • Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technician • Instrument Technician • Process Control Technician • Heavy Plant Mechanic • Diesel Fitter • Boilermaker • Pipe Fitter • Sheet Metal Worker • Hull Welder • Pipe Welder • Trades Assistant • Maintenance Technician Recommended courses for school students interested in defence trades Profile: • MEM20413 Certificate II in Engineering Pathways • UEE21911 Certificate II in Electronics • MEM30505 Certificate III in Engineering Technical • AUR20716 Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation Pre-apprenticeship in schools: • MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering (Heavy Fabrication) • MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering (Mechanical Fitter and Machinist) • MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering (Mechanical-Plant Mechanic) • AUR20516 Certificate II in Automotive Servicing Technology (Heavy Vehicle Servicing) • UEE22011 Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start) School-based traineeship: • MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering • UEE21911 Certificate II in Electronics • PMA20116 Certificate II in Process Plant Operations • AUR20516 Certificate II in Automotive Servicing Technology

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I SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES 10 ENGINEERING Prepares you for work in mechanical engineering research, design, manufacture operations, and maintenance. These courses encompass areas such as fluid power, PLC programming, tuning of multi-loop cascade controls, CAD/CAM, and hydraulic and pneumatic processes Career opportunities • Naval Engineer • Composites Engineer Marine • Composites Tradesperson • Subsea Engineer • Electrical Engineer • Electronics and Communications Engineer • Mechanical Engineer • Heavy Plant Mechanic • CAD Designer/Operator • Draftsperson • Ship Marine Engineer • Engineering Associate • Technical Officer • Electronic Systems Technician • Engineering Drafting • Engineering Technician • Detailed Drafter • Maintenance Technician • Trades Assistant Recommended courses for school students interested in engineering Profile: • MEM20413 Certificate II in Engineering Pathways • UEE21911 Certificate II in Electronics • MEM30505 Certificate III in Engineering Technical Pre-apprenticeship in schools: • MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering (Heavy Fabrication) • MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering (Mechanical Fitter and Machinist) • MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering (Mechanical-Plant Mechanic) • UEE22011 Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start) School-based traineeship: • MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering • UEE21911 Certificate II in Electronics • PMA20116 Certificate II in Process Plant Operations

LOGISTICS AND WAREHOUSING Start a career in an industry that covers everything from job roles relating to transportation, operations, purchasing and procurement, contract negotiation, warehousing, inventory control, forecasting, customer service and finances, stores personnel, material handling, occupational health and safety, dangerous goods and forklift operators. Career opportunities • Logistics Officer • Non-commissioned Officer • Warrant Officer • Private Recommended courses for school students interested in logistics and warehousing: Profile • TLI21815 Certificate II in Logistics (school-based Traineeship) • TLI21815 Certificate II in Logistics • TLI21616 Certificate II in Warehousing MARITIME STUDIES Gain skills in navigating a vessel, applying maintenance and engineering knowledge, operating a marine radio, applying safety procedures at sea, applying ships knowledge and demonstrating nautical knowledge.

Career opportunities • Ship Navigation Officer • Naval Engineer • Ship Marine Engineer • Engineer Class 1 • Engineer Class 2 • Master Unlimited • Deck Watchkeeper • Engineer Watchkeeper Recommended courses for school students interested in maritime studies: Profile • Certificate II in Electronics • Certificate III in Engineering Technical • School-based Traineeship • MAR20313 Certificate II in Maritime Operations (Coxswain Grade 1 Near Costal) • MAR20413 Certificate II in Maritime Operations (Marine Engine Driver Grade 3 Near Costal) • MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering • UEE21911 Certificate II in Electronics SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES I 11

I SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES 12 COURSES

COURSES SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES I 13 MEA20415 Certificate II in Aeroskills (Aeroskills Mechanical Pre-Apprenticeship) This one year qualification for Year 11 or 12 students provides the initial skills and knowledge required for a highly sought after career in aircraft maintenance, as well as a pathway into an apprenticeship. Students will learn about the fundamentals of aircraft engines, airframes, electrical systems, instrumentation, gas turbines, piston engines, hydraulics, mechanical control systems, safe work practices, test equipment and more.

Students will gain invaluable practical experience in an operational aircraft hangar workshop, enabling them to learn the necessary hand skills and standards that are required in the industry.

Upon successful completion students will receive course credit into South Metropolitan TAFE’s Certificate IV in Aeroskills (if selected by an employer as an aircraft maintenance engineer apprentice). QUALIFICATION DURATION 1 year DELIVERY INFORMATION Thursday and Friday, 8:30am – 4:15pm Study will commence Semester 1 week 2 and end Semester 2 week 15 (2 days per week) CAMPUS Jandakot, Aerospace Training Centre ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS Material fee $30 UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT PPE provided by South Metropolitan TAFE: • Hearing protection • Safety goggles • Overalls • Hi-vis shirt or polo shirt STUDENTS TO SUPPLY AND WEAR/BRING: • Steel capped footwear that complies with Australian Safety Standards WORK PRACTICE Students will undertake work practice in the simulated work environment at Jandakot campus hangar as part of the normal delivery of the course.

JOB OUTCOMES Assistant Hangar Technician, Assistant Mechanical Technician PATHWAYS AEROSPACE SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE SCHOOL YR 11/12 UNIVERSITY U N I V E R S I T Y MEA20415 Certificate II in Aeroskills [Aeroskills Mechanical Pre- Apprenticeship] (while at school) AVI30116 Certificate III in Aviation (Cabin Crew) (while at school) MEA40615 Certificate IV in Aeroskills (Avionics) **Apprenticeship** 52738WA Advanced Diploma of Aeronautics (Airline Transport Pilot) MEA20415 Certificate II in Aeroskills [Aeroskills Mechanical Pre- Apprenticeship] (full-time at TAFE) AVI30116 Certificate III in Aviation (Cabin Crew) (full-time at TAFE) AVI40408 Certificate IV in Aviation (Ground Operations and Service) MEA40715 Certificate IV in Aeroskills (Mechanical) **Apprenticeship**

I SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES 14 COURSES ACM20110 Certificate II in Animal Studies This qualification will provide students with the practical skills and knowledge to assist in a kennel, cattery or other animal care establishments such as a VET Practice. Students will learn skills in animal care, carrying out reception duties, how to respond to emergencies and follow safety procedures in animal care workplaces. QUALIFICATION DURATION 6 months DELIVERY INFORMATION Thursday 8:00am – 5:00pm • Term 1 and Term 3: Study will commence Semester 1 week 1 and ends Semester 2 week 10; or • Term 2 and Term 4: Study will commence Semester 1 week 11 and end Semester 2 week 20.

CAMPUS Peel ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS Not applicable UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Students to supply and wear/bring: • Enclosed footwear at all times • Appropriate clothing for all indoor and outdoor activities. WORK PRACTICE It is a requirement that students undertake the Workplace Learning Course through their school in an animal care environment for a minimum of 40 hours whilst undertaking the course. Students will be required to document their work practice hours and provide their lecturer with a copy. Recommended students undertake work practice in term 2 or term 3 when not attending TAFE.

JOB OUTCOMES Animal Care Attendant, Animal Shelter Attendant, Kennel Hand, Cattery Attendant, Pet Shop Attendant, Assistant Grooming Attendant, Pet Exerciser. PATHWAYS ANIMAL STUDIES SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE ACM30410 Certificate III in Companion Animal Services ACM40412 Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing ACM20110 Certificate II in Animal Studies (full-time at TAFE) ACM30612 Certificate III in Pet Grooming ACM40310 Certificate IV in Companion Animal Services **not for general entry** ACM50512 Diploma of Veterinary Nursing (General Practice) **not for general entry** UNIVERSITY U N I V E R S I T Y SCHOOL YR 11/12 ACM20110 Certificate II in Animal Studies (while at school)

COURSES SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES I 15 MST20616 Certificate II in Applied Fashion Design and Technology South Metropolitan TAFE offers an exciting new pathway of learning which incorporates all aspects of the fashion production process - from design principles to construction techniques and from fibre and fabric research to pattern-making and drafting. Main areas of study include: • Design • Construction (woven and knit) • Pattern-making • Sustainability • Occupational health and safety • Textile Development • Fashion Design Process • Electronic design tools • Hand finishing techniques QUALIFICATION DURATION 1 or 2 years DELIVERY INFORMATION • Thursday 9:00am – 4:00pm • Friday 9:00am – 3:30pm If undertaking two years of study: • 1st year: Study will commence Semester 1 week 2 and end Semester 2 week 10 (1 day per week) • 2nd year: Study will commence Semester 1 week 2 and end Semester 2 week 10 (1 day per week); or • If undertaking one year of study: Study will commence Semester 1 week 2 and end Semester 2 week 10 (2 days per week) • Students may enrol in the Thursday and Friday classes and complete the full qualification in one year; or • Students may enrol in either the Thursday (construction) or Friday (pattern-making) classes and complete the full qualification over two years (both a Thursday and Friday class must be undertaken during this two year period).

CAMPUS Bentley ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS Class kits and fabric samples of approximately $150 for both Thursday and Friday classes, to be paid on the first day. • Thursday class: students will be required to purchase materials depending on their chosen garments. • Friday class: students may be required to purchase further design and patternmaking equipment for project work. UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT: Students to supply and wear/bring: • Appropriate clothing • Closed in shoes • Hair tied back • Minimal jewellery WORK PRACTICE Not applicable JOB OUTCOMES Assistant Fashion Designer, Textile Print Designer * Refer to South Metropolitan TAFE 2018 Course Guide for the latest entry requirements for these courses PATHWAYS FASHION SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE SCHOOL YR 11/12 UNIVERSITY MST20616 Certificate II in Applied Fashion Design and Technology (while at school) MST50116 Diploma of Applied Fashion Design and Merchandising MST60116 Advanced Diploma of Applied Fashion Design and Merchandising **not for general entry** MST40516 Certificate IV in Applied Fashion Design and Merchandising (full-time at TAFE) U N I V E R S I T Y

I SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES 16 COURSES SEE AUTOMOTIVE PATHWAYS (PAGE 17) AUR20916 Certificate II in Automotive Body Repair Technology (Vehicle Body Painting Pre-Apprenticeship) This qualification will provide students with the practical skills and knowledge to work in the automotive mechanical trades, light and heavy vehicle. Students will learn how to prepare spray painting materials and equipment, how to prepare vehicle components for painting, how to remove and tag vehicle body components, about masking, safe work practices and much more.

QUALIFICATION DURATION 1 year DELIVERY INFORMATION Thursday and Friday, 8:00am – 3:45pm Study will commence Semester 1 week 3 and end Semester 2 week 10 (1 day per week) CAMPUS Carlisle ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS C grade or above in Year 10 maths and satisfactory english/literacy skills.

Due to the technical nature of the industry students are required to have comprehensive understanding of mathematical and literacy skills ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS • Materials fee approximately $50 UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Students to supply and wear/bring: • Steel capped footwear that complies with Australian Safety Standards • Safety glasses • Overalls or cotton drill pants • Short sleeve shirt • Pen, pencil, paper • 2 ring binder • Basic calculator WORK PRACTICE South Metropolitan TAFE will work with the student in finding suitable work practice.

Students will undertake work practice as part of the normal delivery of the course. JOB OUTCOMES Auto Body Repairer/Painter.

COURSES SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES I 17 I SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES 17 SCHOOL YR 11/12 AUR20916 Certificate II in Automotive Body Repair Technology [Panel Beating Pre-Apprenticeship] (while at school) PATHWAYS AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE AUR32416 Certificate III in Automotive Refinishing Technology **Apprenticeship** AUR30316 Certificate III in Automotive Electrical Technology **Apprenticeship** AUR30816 Certificate III in Motorcycle Mechanical Technology **Apprenticeship** MEM30205 Certificate III in Engineering - Mechanical Trade [Plant Mechanic ZG/Z **Apprenticeship** MEM40105 Certificate IV in Engineering [Maintenance] **Apprenticeship** AUM30213 Certificate III in Automotive Manufacturing Technical Operations - Bus, Truck and Trailer **Apprenticeship** AUR20916 Certificate II in Automotive Body Repair Technology [Vehicle Body Painting Pre- Apprenticeship] (full-time at TAFE) AUR20716 Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation (while at school – then move into any of the pre- apprenticeship courses listed here – full-time at TAFE) AUM20213 Certificate II in Automotive Manufacturing Production - Bus, Truck and Trailer [Vehicle Body Building Pre- Apprenticeship] (full-time at TAFE) AUR20516 Certificate II in Automotive Servicing Technology [Heavy Vehicle Servicing Pre- Apprenticeship] (full-time at TAFE) AUR20516 Certificate II in Automotive Servicing Technology [Light Vehicle Servicing Pre- Apprenticeship] (full-time at TAFE) AUR20916 Certificate II in Automotive Body Repair Technology [Panel Beating Pre-Apprenticeship] (full-time at TAFE) MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering [Mechanical-Plant Mechanic] Pre- Apprenticeship (full-time at TAFE) AUR20216 Certificate II in Automotive Air Conditioning Technology AUR20416 Certificate II in Automotive Electrical Technology [Automotive Electrical Pre-apprenticeship] (full-time at TAFE) AUR32116 Certificate III in Automotive Body Repair Technology **Apprenticeship** MSM31115 Certificate III in Recreational Vehicle Manufacturing **Traineeship** AUR30716 Certificate III in Outdoor Power Equipment Technology **Apprenticeship** AUR31216 Certificate III in Mobile Plant Technology **Apprenticeship** MSM30216 Certificate III in Surface Preparation and Coating Application **Traineeship** AUR30616 Certificate III in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology **Apprenticeship** AUR40216 Certificate IV in Automotive Mechanical Diagnosis **Apprenticeship** AUR31116 Certificate III in Heavy Commercial Vehicle Mechanical Technology **Apprenticeship** AUM20213 Certificate II in Automotive Manufacturing Production - Bus, Truck and Trailer [Vehicle Body- Building Pre- Apprenticeship] (while at school)

I SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES 18 COURSES AUR20916 Certificate II in Automotive Body Repair Technology (Panel Beating Pre-Apprenticeship) Autobody Repairers carry out smash repairs and maintenance work on all types of vehicles. They remove dents by metal finishing, straighten body chassis using state of the art alignment equipment, repair and refit corroded panels by fabricating body panels and fill minor dents with body filler. May not be suitable for Year 12 students as the course finishes after the School Curriculum and Standards Authority resulting deadline.

QUALIFICATION DURATION 1 year DELIVERY INFORMATION Thursday and Friday, 8:00am – 3:45pm Study will commence Semester 1 week 3 and end Semester 2 week 13 (2 days per week) CAMPUS Carlisle ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS C grade or above in Year 10 Maths and satisfactory English/literacy skills.

Due to the technical nature of the industry students are required to have comprehensive mathematical and literacy skills. ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS Material fee approximately $50 UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Students to supply and wear/bring: • Steel capped footwear that complies with Australian Safety Standards • Safety glasses • Overalls or cotton drill pants • Short sleeve shirt • Pen, pencil, paper • 2 ring binder • Basic calculator WORK PRACTICE South Metropolitan TAFE will work with the student in finding suitable work practice.

Students will undertake work practice as part of the normal delivery of the course. JOB OUTCOMES Auto Body Repairer/Painter SEE AUTOMOTIVE PATHWAYS (PAGE 17)

COURSES SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES I 19 SEE AUTOMOTIVE PATHWAYS (PAGE 17) AUR20716 Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation This qualification aims to provide students with the initial automotive employability skills and knowledge that prospective employers are looking for. It enhances apprenticeship opportunities in the automotive retail, service and repair sectors of the industry.

This qualification is designed to reflect the role of entry level employees who perform routine tasks under direct supervision in the industry sector. Students will: • Gain a feel for the automotive industry in a simulated workshop • Learn basic use of automotive workshop equipment, safe work practices and manual handling skills • Learn the basic purpose and features of vehicle systems Each campus will be conducting a different focus: • Carlisle: Light Automotive Mechanical Focus • Kwinana: Light Automotive, Heavy Automotive and Auto Electrical (rotational).

• Thornlie: Heavy Vehicles both on and off road (with exposure to trucks, bulldozers, excavators and loaders) QUALIFICATION DURATION 1 year DELIVERY INFORMATION Thursday or Friday, 8:00am – 3:45pm Study will commence Semester 1 week 3 and end Semester 2 week 10 (1 day per week) CAMPUS Carlisle, Kwinana, Thornlie ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS C grade or above in Year 10 Maths and satisfactory English/literacy skills. Due to the technical nature of the industry students are required to have comprehensive mathematical and literacy skills. ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS Text book approximate cost of $60 UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Students to supply and wear/bring: • Steel capped footwear that complies with Australian Safety Standards • Safety glasses • Overalls or cotton drill pants • Industrial shirt • Pen, pencil, paper • 2 ring binder • Basic calculator WORK PRACTICE Not applicable JOB OUTCOMES Mechanic’s assistant

I SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES 20 COURSES SEE AUTOMOTIVE PATHWAYS (PAGE 17) AUM20213 Certificate II in Automotive Manufacturing Production Bus, Truck & Trailer [Vehicle Body Building] Pre- Apprenticeship This course will provide students with an introduction to the vehicle body building trade whch is responsible for on road manufacture of buses, trucks, trailers and any heavy on road vehicles. Vehicle body building covers many areas of manufacturing including welding, oxy cutting, use of power tools, reading and interpreting drawings, electrics, manufacture and fit semi-trailer components and some spray painting.

This course offers students flexibility into a multitude of trade pathways (see page 18). QUALIFICATION DURATION 1 year DELIVERY INFORMATION Thursday and Friday, 8:00am – 4:30pm Study will commence Semester 1 week 3 and end Semester 2 week 15 (2 days per week) CAMPUS Thornlie ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS Material fee of approximately $50 UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Students to supply and wear/bring: • Steel capped footwear that complies with Australian Safety Standards • Safety glasses • Overalls or cotton drill pants • Long sleeve industrial shirt WORK PRACTICE South Metropolitan TAFE will work with the student in finding suitable work practice.

Students will undertake work practice as part of the normal delivery of the course commencing in August for 10 weeks (not including school holidays). JOB OUTCOMES Product Assembler

COURSES SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES I 21 AVI30116 Certificate III in Aviation (Cabin Crew) This course is designed for Year 12 students who are seeking an exciting career in the aviation industry as Cabin Crew (Flight Attendants). The majority of the practical training will be conducted on South Metropolitan TAFE’s very own Boeing 737. Its full-length cabin includes business and economy class seating, operational galleys, cabin service equipment and PA system.

Students will learn how to evacuate down a slide, about (simulated) cabin fires with smoke, fire fighting, ditching and life raft training. The practical skills and knowledge gained in this qualification will be used to facilitate the safety and comfort of passengers and other crew members.

QUALIFICATION DURATION 1 year DELIVERY INFORMATION Thursday and Friday, 8:30am – 4:00pm Study will commence Semester 1 week 3 and end Semester 2 week 10 (2 days per week) CAMPUS Jandakot, Aerospace Training Centre ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS Students need to undertake an aptitude test and be interviewed for selection. Students must also be able to work in confined spaces and be physically fit. ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS Materials of approximately $125 (includes South Metropolitan TAFE supplied uniform) UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Students to supply bring/wear: • Black closed-toe, low-heel dress shoes • South Metropolitan TAFE supplied uniform • Students must maintain a high standard of personal grooming.

Males must be clean shaven and females will need to wear make-up WORK PRACTICE Not applicable JOB OUTCOMES Flight Attendant, Senior Flight Attendant PATHWAYS AEROSPACE SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE SCHOOL YR 11/12 UNIVERSITY U N I V E R S I T Y MEA20415 Certificate II in Aeroskills [Aeroskills Mechanical Pre- Apprenticeship] (while at school) AVI30116 Certificate III in Aviation (Cabin Crew) (while at school) MEA40615 Certificate IV in Aeroskills (Avionics) **Apprenticeship** 52738WA Advanced Diploma of Aeronautics (Airline Transport Pilot) MEA20415 Certificate II in Aeroskills [Aeroskills Mechanical Pre- Apprenticeship] (full-time at TAFE) AVI30116 Certificate III in Aviation (Cabin Crew) (full-time at TAFE) AVI40408 Certificate IV in Aviation (Ground Operations and Service) MEA40715 Certificate IV in Aeroskills (Mechanical) **Apprenticeship**

I SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES 22 COURSES 52821WA Certificate III in Aviation (Support Services and Operations) South Metropolitan TAFE intends to offer this accredited course in 2018. This two year qualification is designed for year 11 students who want to complete further studies to become a Commercial Pilot in the aviation industry. Whilst training in an airport environment, students will learn about aircraft, aerodynamics, navigation, as well as aviation first aid, dangerous good handling, aircraft refuelling, basic fire extinguisher training and more. Students successfully completing this course receive credit towards the Diploma of Aviation (Commercial Pilots License) and a number of other aviation qualifications.

QUALIFICATION DURATION 2 years DELIVERY INFORMATION Thursday, 8:45am – 3:30pm • 1st Year - Study will commence Semester 1 week 3 and end Semester 2 week 20 (1 day per week).

• 2nd Year - Study will commence Semester 1 week 3 and end Semester 2 week 14. CAMPUS Jandakot, Aerospace Training Centre ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS Students are required to undertake an aptitude test and be interviewed for selection. ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS Text books approximately $75 UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Students to supply/wear: • Black closed-toe dress shoes • South Metropolitan TAFE supplied pilot uniform WORK PRACTICE As part of course delivery, students will undertake two, one week blocks of work practice in the second year (during the July and October holidays). JOB OUTCOMES Aircraft Baggage Handler, Airline Ground Crew PATHWAYS AVIATION SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE SCHOOL YR 11/12 UNIVERSITY U N I V E R S I T Y 52821WA Certificate III in Aviation (Support Services and Operations) (while at school) MEA40615 Certificate IV in Aeroskills (Avionics) **Apprenticeship** AVI40408 Certificate IV in Aviation (Aviation Supervision) MEA40715 Certificate IV in Aeroskills (Mechanical) **Apprenticeship** AVI50215 or AVI50315 Diploma of Aviation (Commercial Pilot License) - Aeroplane/ helicopter (Satisfied entry requirements) AVI50616 Diploma of Aviation (Aviation Management)

COURSES SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES I23 52825WA Certificate II in Building and Construction (Pathway – Para Professional) A career in construction isn’t all about working in the trades. If you’re interested in working in the service and/or administrative side of WA’s fast-paced and dynamic construction industry this qualification is for you. This two-year para-professional qualification has been specifically designed for school students who are interested in a non-trade career in the construction industry. Several of the competencies included in this qualification provide a foundation for higher level units in the Certificate IV in Building and Construction and lead to Diploma of Building Surveying with career opportunities in areas including • Estimating • Scheduling • Purchasing/procurement • Drafting • Site supervision and management You will learn how to: • Develop residential building industry knowledge • Produce appropriate word processed documents • Communicate in the workplace • Carry out basic measurements and calculations for residential buildings • Read and interpret plans and specifications • Participate in OHS processes • Apply knowledge of residential building processes and materials • Create and use industry specific spreadsheets • Undertake application of building codes and standards to residential buildings • Apply principles of sustainability in residential building practices • Use CAD software template to produce 2-D drawings of residential buildings • Undertake basic estimation and costing from contract documents QUALIFICATION DURATION 2 year DELIVERY INFORMATION Friday 9:00am – 3:30pm • 1st Year – Study will commence Semester 1 Week 2 - End Semester 2 Week 16 • 2nd Year –Study will commence Semester 1 Week 2 - End Semester 2 Week 10 CAMPUS Thornlie ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS Textbooks approximately $70 UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Students to supply and wear/bring: • Pen, pencil, paper • 2 ring binder • Basic calculator WORK PRACTICE In addition the course will include a total of 110 hrs work placement with major contractors companies.

The students will gain a valuable insight to the construction industry practices working alongside experienced professionals. South Metropolitan TAFE will work with the student in finding suitable work practice.

JOB OUTCOMES Pre-Start Consultant, Contract Administrator, construction-related off-site support role SEE BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION PATHWAYS (PAGE 24)

I SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES 24 COURSES PATHWAYS BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE 52824WA Certificate II in Building and Construction (Pathway - Trades) [Brick and Block Laying Pre- Apprenticeship] 52824WA Certificate II in Building and Construction (Pathway - Trades) [Wall and Floor Tiling Pre- Apprenticeship] 52824WA Certificate II in Building and Construction (Pathway - Trades) [Carpentry and Joinery Pre-Apprenticeship] CPC30111 Certificate III in Bricklaying/ Blocklaying **Apprenticeship** CPC31311 Certificate III in Wall and Floor Tiling **Apprenticeship** CPC30211 Certificate III in Carpentry **not for general entry, RPL only**” CPC32011 Certificate III in Carpentry and Joinery **Apprenticeship** CPC31211 Certificate III in Wall and Ceiling Lining **Apprenticeship** CPC31011 Certificate III in Solid Plastering **Apprenticeship** MSF31113 Certificate III in Cabinet Making **Apprenticeship** CPC30611 Certificate III in Painting and Decorating **Apprenticeship** 52784WA Course In Painters’ Registration **not for general entry**” 52824WA Certificate II in Building and Construction (Pathway - Trades) [Wall and Ceiling Lining Pre- Apprenticeship] AA33 Certificate II in Building and Construction (Pathway - Trades) [Solid Plastering Pre-Apprenticeship] MSF20313 Certificate II in Furniture Making [Cabinet Making/ Furniture Making Pre-Apprenticeship] 52824WA Certificate II in Building and Construction (Pathway - Trades) [Painting and Decorating Pre- Apprenticeship] SCHOOL YR 11/12 52824WA Certificate II in Building and Construction (Pathway - Trades) (while at school – then move into any of the pre- apprenticeship courses listed here, full-time at TAFE)

COURSES SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES I25 SEE BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION PATHWAYS (PAGE 24) 52824WA Certificate II in Building and Construction (Pathway-Trades) This qualification is designed to provide the learner with foundation skills therefore enhancing apprenticeship prospects in the building and construction industry which is experiencing a current skills shortage. Students who attend Rockingham or Peel Campus will complete common core competencies shared between many construction trades, then in the second year of study they can select a trade pathway of either: • Bricklaying and blocklaying, or • Carpentry and joinery.

Students learn skills in handling construction materials, basic hand skills, reading building plans, measuring and calculations. This qualification has an emphasis on the practical aspects of building and construction and will include a number of basic construction projects constructed on campus as part of the training course which complements their classroom studies.

Those students who attend the course delivered at Armadale Senior High School Trade Training Centre attend two days per week can choose between the brick/blocklaying or carpentry and joinery pathway. The qualification will be completed in one year. This course is delivered by South Metropolitan TAFE lecturers, in partnership with Armadale Senior High School, at its state of the art Trade Training Centre. QUALIFICATION DURATION • 1 year: Armadale Senior High School Trade Training Centre • 2 years: Peel or Rockingham Campus DELIVERY INFORMATION • Rockingham Campus – Thursday 8:30am – 3:00pm • Peel Campus – Thursday 8:30am – 3:00pm or Friday 8:30am – 3:00pm (note second year of delivery will be at Rockingham Campus only) First year: Study will commence Semester 1 week 3 and end Semester 2 week 6 (1 day per week) Second year: Study will commence Semester 1 week 3 and end Semester 2 week 3 (1 day per week) • Armadale Senior High School Trade Training Centre – Thursday and Friday 8:30am – 3:00pm South Metropolitan TAFE lecturers deliver, in partnership with Armadale Senior High School, at its state of the art Trade Training Centre) 1 year: Study will commence Semester 1 week 4 and end semester 2 week 4 (2 days per week) CAMPUS Armadale Senior High School Trade Training Centre, Peel, Rockingham ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS C grade or above in Year 10 maths and satisfactory English/literacy skills.

ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS Not applicable UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Students to supply and wear/bring: • Steel capped footwear that complies with Australian Safety Standards • Safety glasses • Overalls or cotton drill pants • Long sleeve high-vis shirt • Pen, pencil, paper • 2 ring binder • Basic calculator WORK PRACTICE It is a requirement that students undertake the Workplace Learning Course through their school in a building and construction environment for a minimum of 220 hours. Students attending the Armadale Senior High School Trade Training Centre can commence workplace learning from semester 2 week 5 for 2 days a week for the remainder of the year.

Students attending Rockingham and Peel campuses can undertake additional workplace learning in the 1st year from semester 2 week 7 and in the 2nd year from semester 2 week 4. Students will be required to document their workplace hours and schools to provide TAFE with a copy. JOB OUTCOMES Builder’s Labourer, Construction Assistant

I SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES 26 COURSES CHC22015 Certificate II in Community Services This qualification is designed to reflect the role of employees who perform a range of tasks in the industry.

The focus will be on the early childhood services sector. QUALIFICATION DURATION 1 year DELIVERY INFORMATION Fridays, 9:00am – 3:30pm Study will commence Semester 1 week 2 and end Semester 2 week 15 (1 day per week) CAMPUS Armadale, Rockingham ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS Students are require to purchase a text book approx $100 UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Students need to dress to the standard required to work in a child care centre.

WORK PRACTICE It is a requirement that students undertake the work placement learning course with their school. Students will be required to complete 140 hours in a regulated education and care service (child care centre) not a school environment. The students are required to be in a 0-2 year old age group during their work placement for at least 120 hours. Students must complete all work place tasks outlined within the South Metropolitan TAFE training record book as part of their qualification requirements.

Schools need to ensure that students have all the industry required clearances before commencing work placement.

JOB OUTCOMES Assistant Community Services Worker SEE COMMUNITY SERVICES PATHWAYS (PAGE 27)

COURSES SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES I27 PATHWAYS EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY SERVICES SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE SCHOOL YR 11/12 UNIVERSITY CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care CHC43015 Certificate IV in Ageing Support CHC43115 Certificate IV in Disability CHC43315 Certificate IV in Mental Health CHC42015 Certificate IV in Community Services CHC52015 Diploma of Community Services CHC40413 Certificate IV in Youth Work **not for general entry**” CHC40213 Certificate IV in Education Support CHC30213 Certificate III in Education Support (full-time at TAFE) CHC22015 Certificate II in Community Services (while at school) CHC40113 Certificate IV in School Age Education and Care CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support (full-time at TAFE) or CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support (Disability) (full-time at TAFE) or CHC32015 Certificate III in Community Services (full-time at TAFE) CHC22015 Certificate II in Community Services (while at school) CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care (full-time at TAFE) CHC22015 Certificate II in Community Services (while at school) U N I V E R S I T Y

I SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES 28 COURSES UEE20511 Certificate II in Computer Assembly and Repair The Certificate II in Computer Assembly and Repair provides competencies to select components and assemble computers to customer specifications and carry out routine hardware repairs. You will learn workplace health and safety, how to select or fabricate electronics components, undertake electronic repairs, solve problems in DC circuits, use computer applications, assemble and test computers. This is a very practical course with all classes conducted in well- equipped computer laboratories.

QUALIFICATION DURATION 1 year DELIVERY INFORMATION Friday, 9:00am – 3:30pm Study will commence Semester 1 week 3 and end Semester 2 week 10 (1 day per week) CAMPUS Rockingham, Thornlie ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS Not applicable UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Not applicable WORK PRACTICE Not applicable JOB OUTCOME Computer Assembler, Electrical Component Assembler, Electrical Trades Assistant, Electronics Operator, Electrotechnology Career Start Trainee, Remote Area Service Operator, Security Cabler, Sustainable Energy Career Start Trainee PATHWAYS ELECTROTECHNOLOGY SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE SCHOOL YR 11/12 UEE22011 Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start) [Electrotechnology Pre-Apprenticeship] (full-time at TAFE) UEE20711 Certificate II in Data and Voice Communications UEE30811 Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician **Apprenticeship** UEE22011 Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start) [Electrotechnology Pre-Apprenticeship] (while at school) UEE21911 Certificate II in Electronics (while at school) UEE20511 Certificate II in Computer Assembly and Repair (while at school) UEE62111 Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology - Electrical MEM31215 Certificate III in Engineering - Industrial Electrician **Apprenticeship** MEM40105 Certificate IV in Engineering [Instrumentation] **not for general entry**” UEE33011 Certificate III in Electrical Fitting **Apprenticeship** UEE40711 Certificate IV in Electronics and Communications UEE40111 Certificate IV in Computer Systems UEE50511 Diploma of Electronics and Communications Engineering UEE50111 Diploma of Computer Systems Engineering UEE21911 Certificate II in Electronics (full-time at TAFE) UEE20511 Certificate II in Computer Assembly and Repair (full-time at TAFE)

COURSES SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES I29 UEE21911 Certificate II in Electronics This qualification provides competencies to select, assemble, set up and maintain simple equipment and systems to a prescribed routine. Students will learn how to remove, replace and repair simple circuit boards used in electronic devices such as televisions, video and games machines. This includes using current electronic soldering equipment. QUALIFICATION DURATION 1 year DELIVERY INFORMATION Friday, 9:00am – 3:30pm Study will commence Semester 1 week 2 and end Semester 2 week 10 (1 day per week) CAMPUS Munster ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS Text books approximate cost of $150 UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Students to supply and wear/bring: • Enclosed footwear (shoes) • Long pants/jeans • A long sleeve work shirt may be required for some lessons of the practical units • Calculator with basic graph function • Pencil, pacer pencil, eraser, ruler WORK PRACTICE Not applicable JOB OUTCOMES Computer Assembler, Electrical Component Assembler, Electrical Trades Assistant, Electronics Operator, Electrotechnology Career Start Trainee, Remote Area Service Operator, Security Cabler, Sustainable Energy Career Start Trainee SEE ELECTROTECHNOLOGY PATHWAYS (PAGE 28)

I SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES 30 COURSES UEE22011 Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start) (Electrotechnology Pre-Apprenticeship) This entry level qualification provides the practical skills and knowledge to work safely in an electrotechnology environment, solve problems in multiple DC circuits and extra low voltage single path circuits. This includes: • Practical skills and knowledge to install, operate, and maintain electrical and communications equipment and systems for domestic, business and industrial markets • Skills to use tools, take electrical measurements and interpret technical drawings • Maths, safety in the workplace and quality control procedures.

QUALIFICATION DURATION 2 years DELIVERY INFORMATION 2017 (first year): Thursday 8am – 3:30pm 2018 (second year): Friday 8am – 3:30pm • First year: Study will commence Semester 1 week 4 and end Semester 2 week 9 (1 day per week) • Second Year: Study will commence Semester 1 week 4 and end Semester 2 week 9 (1 day per week) CAMPUS Rockingham, Thornlie ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS Due to the technical nature of the industry students are required to have a comprehensive understanding of mathematics.

ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS • Text books of approximately $250 • Electrical Training Licence – approximate cost: $70 UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Students to supply and wear/bring: • Steel capped footwear that complies with Australian Safety Standards • Safety glasses • Overalls or cotton drill pants • Long sleeve high-vis shirt • Pen, pencil, paper • 2 ring binder • Scientific calculator WORK PRACTICE South Metropolitan TAFE will work with the student in finding suitable work practice.

Students will undertake 160 hours of work practice as part of the qualification. JOB OUTCOMES Electrical Trades Assistant, Telecommunications Trades Assistant SEE ELECTROTECHNOLOGY PATHWAYS (PAGE 28)

COURSES SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES I 31 MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering (Heavy Fabrication Pre-Apprenticeship) Metal fabricators and welders manufacture, assemble and maintain mining structures, heavy transport and earth moving equipment, bridge building, engineering components, building structures, refineries, oil-rigs, storage vessels, ship building and agriculture.

As part of this pre-apprenticeship course students learn how to cut, shape, join and finish metal to make metal structures and products. Students will also learn how to use tools, measure and calculate and draw and interpret sketches.

South Metropolitan TAFE’s specialised metals and engineering workshops are purpose built. Coupled with industry relevant equipment, they provide students with a realistic study environment so that students are ready to work in these high demand trades upon graduation. QUALIFICATION DURATION 1 year DELIVERY INFORMATION Thursday and Friday, 8:00am – 3:30pm Study will commence Semester 1 week 2 and end Semester 2 week 10 (2 days per week) CAMPUS Thornlie ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS Material fee of approximately $100 UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Students to supply and wear/bring: • Steel capped footwear that complies with Australian Safety Standards • Safety glasses • Overalls or cotton drill pants • Long sleeve industrial shirt WORK PRACTICE South Metropolitan TAFE will work with the student in finding suitable work practice.

Students will undertake work practice as part of the normal delivery of the course. JOB OUTCOMES Boilermaker, Boilermaker/Welder, Composites Tradesperson, Foundry Tradesperson (Moulder), Pressure Welder - Engineering, Sheetmetal Worker (First Class), Welder (First Class) - Engineering SEE FABRICATION PATHWAYS (PAGE 32)

I SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES 32 COURSES PATHWAYS FABRICATION FABRICATION (continued) SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE SCHOOL YR 11/12 SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering [Heavy Fabrication Pre- Apprenticeship] or MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering or J780 Certificate II in Engineering Pathways MEM30705 Certificate III in Marine Craft Construction **Apprenticeship** MEM30205 Certificate III in Engineering - Mechanical Trade [Fitter and Machinist ZB] **Apprenticeship** MEM30305 Certificate III in Engineering - Fabrication Trade [Heavy YG] **Apprenticeship** MEM30205 Certificate III in Engineering - Mechanical Trade [Machinist Metal ZI] **Apprenticeship** MEM30205 Certificate III in Engineering - Mechanical Trade **Apprenticeship** MEM30205 Certificate III in Engineering - Mechanical Trade [Mechanical Fitter ZA] **Apprenticeship** MEM30305 Certificate III in Engineering - Fabrication Trade **Apprenticeship** MEM30205 Certificate III in Engineering - Mechanical Trade **Apprenticeship** MEM30305 Certificate III in Engineering - Fabrication Trade [Heavy/Welding YH] **Apprenticeship** MEM30805 Certificate III in Locksmithing **Apprenticeship** MEM30305 Certificate III in Engineering - Fabrication Trade [Light YC] **Apprenticeship** MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering (Mechanical - Plant Mechanic Pre- Apprenticeship) MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering [Heavy Fabrication Pre- Apprenticeship] J780 Certificate II in Engineering Pathways MEM30305 Certificate III in Engineering - Fabrication Trade [Welding YF] **Apprenticeship** MEM31112 Certificate III in Engineering - Composites Trade **Apprenticeship**

COURSES SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES I33 MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering (Mechanical Fitter and Machinist Pre-Apprenticeship) Fitters are often employed in engineering workshops. There are also a large number of skilled workers in the mining industry and on offshore oil rigs, repairing and servicing heavy mining equipment. Fitters also work with pumps, hydraulics and pneumatics. Machinists work from detailed drawings to create parts (made from metal and other materials) using lathes, milling machines and various power tools, to make and service machinery, pumps and other equipment.

This qualification will teach the practical skills needed to make and repair machines, parts and tools. Students will learn about measuring and cutting, safety in the workplace, quality control, mechanical cutting and machining and how to draw and interpret sketches. QUALIFICATION DURATION 1 year DELIVERY INFORMATION Thursday and Friday, 8:00am – 3:30pm Study will commence Semester 1 week 2 and end Semester 2 week 10 (2 days per week) CAMPUS Thornlie ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS Material fee of approximately $100 UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Students to supply and wear/bring: • Steel capped footwear that complies with Australian Safety Standards • Safety glasses • Overalls or cotton drill pants • Long sleeve industrial shirt WORK PRACTICE South Metropolitan TAFE will work with the student in finding suitable work practice.

Students will undertake work practice as part of the normal delivery of the course. JOB OUTCOMES Fitter - Metal, Fitter and Turner, Fluid Power Mechanic, Maintenance Mechanic/Motor Mechanic, Mechanical Fitter, Metal Fabricator (Boilermaker), Metal Machinist (First Class) - Engineering, Plant Mechanic, Tool and Die Maker, Toolmaker SEE FABRICATION PATHWAYS (PAGE 32)

I SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES 34 COURSES SEE FABRICATION PATHWAYS (PAGE 32) MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering [Mechanical- Plant Mechanic Pre-Apprenticeship] Plant mechanics work with a range of tools to diagnose and repair industrial or agricultural machinery and equipment malfunctions.

As part of this qualification students learn how to check and repair dump trucks, bulldozers, loaders and drilling rigs. Students also cover using tools and cooling systems, and dismantling, replacing and assembling mechanical equipment.

Obtaining a sound background in plant mechanics enables students to make an informed decision on which pathway in the metal and engineering industry is for them and it improves their chances of employment in the industry. QUALIFICATION DURATION 1 year DELIVERY INFORMATION Thursday and Friday, 9:00am – 3:45pm Study will commence Semester 1 week 2 and end Semester 2 week 10 (2 days per week) CAMPUS Thornlie ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS C grade or above in Year 10 maths and satisfactory English/literacy skills. Due to the technical nature of the industry, students are required to have a comprehensive understanding of mathematical and literacy skills.

UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Students to supply and wear/bring: • Steel capped footwear that complies with Australian Safety Standards • Safety glasses • Overalls or cotton drill pants • Long sleeve industrial shirt WORK PRACTICE South Metropolitan TAFE will work with the student in finding suitable work practice.

Students will undertake work practice in one week blocks during 1st, 2nd & 3rd term school holidays. JOB OUTCOMES Equipment Maintainer, Equipment Repairer, possible Plant Mechanic apprenticeship

COURSES SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES I35 MEM20413 Certificate II in Engineering Pathways This qualification is intended for students interested in gaining exposure to an engineering or related working environment with a view to entering into employment in that area. Students will develop trade like skills and knowledge in a range of engineering and manufacturing tasks which will enhance their entry-level employment prospects for apprenticeships, traineeships or general employment in an engineering-related workplace.

Some of the units of competency will articulate into an apprenticeship course in the metals trade areas, which may reduce the amount of time required to complete an apprenticeship.

Students will work with engineering tools and equipment to produce or modify objects in a safe and effective manner. Students who select Thornlie campus will have a choice between the machinery and fabrication focus or mechanical-plant mechanic focus. The mechanical-plant mechanic focus will have an emphasis on off road mobile machinery. Including trucks, bulldozers, excavators and loaders. QUALIFICATION DURATION 1 year DELIVERY INFORMATION Thursday and Friday 8:00am – 3:30pm Study will commence Semester 1 week 2 and end Semester 2 week 10 (2 days per week) CAMPUS Peel, Rockingham, Thornlie ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS • Text books approximate cost $100 • Engineering drawing equipment approximate cost $80 • Welding bag approximate cost $55 (optional) UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Students to supply and bring/wear: • Steel capped footwear that complies with Australian Safety Standards • Long work trousers and long sleeved shirt or cotton overalls with sleeves • Calculator WORK PRACTICE It is recommended that students undertake the workplace learning course at their school in an engineering environment to gain exposure to the engineering industry (optional).

JOB OUTCOME Metal Engineering Process Worker, Engineering Production Process Worker SEE FABRICATION PATHWAYS (PAGE 32)

I SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES 36 COURSES MEM30505 Certificate III in Engineering Technical This qualification aims to teach basic skills needed to gain initial employment in an engineering office. The Certificate III will look at the industries of civil, structural, mechanical and electrical engineering. Skills such as mathematics, drafting and design, selecting, assembling, setting up and maintaining simple equipment and systems to a prescribed routine or standard will be covered in this qualification.

This course is designed to: • Develop skills in the design, development and testing of mechanical products and systems • Provide a thorough grounding in the engineering, physical and mathematical sciences • Develop an appreciation of the management of engineering activities • Develop the ability to undertake life-long professional learning • Develop an awareness of the professional responsibility for a sustainable environment • Provide articulation to university undergraduate courses On successful completion of Year 12 and the Certificate III in Engineering (Technical), South Metropolitan TAFE will guarantee a place for graduates (based on merit) in the Diploma of Engineering.

QUALIFICATION DURATION 1 year DELIVERY INFORMATION Friday 9:00am - 3:30pm Study will commence Semester 1 week 3 and end Semester 2 week 10 (1 day per week) CAMPUS Munster, Carlisle ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS Text books of approximately $200 UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT • Enclosed footwear (shoes) • Long pants/jeans • A long sleeve work shirt may be required for some lessons of the practical units • Scientific calculator • 1x 2H pencil, 1x HB pencil, 1x 2B pencil, 1x eraser, 1x sharpener, 1x A4 notepad, 1x USB flash drive Munster course students are required to purchase and wear a white lab coat.

WORK PRACTICE Not applicable. JOB OUTCOMES Assistant Production Scheduler, Draftsperson (Mechanical Detail), Engineering Assistant Technical, Engineering Draftsperson (Mechanical) – Computer Aided Drafting, Engineering Associate (Mechanical), Technical Officer, Tool Designer SCHOOL YR 11/12 MEM30505 Certificate III in Engineering - Technical (while at school) PATHWAYS ENGINEERING SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering MEM30105 Certificate III in Engineering Production Systems MEM40105 Cerificate IV in Engineering [Maintenance] MEM30505 Certificate III in Engineering - Technical (full-time at TAFE MEM50212 Diploma of Engineering - Technical MEM60112 Advanced Diploma of Engineering UNIVERSITY U N I V E R S I T Y

COURSES SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES I 37 SIT30516 Certificate III in Events South Metropolitan TAFE’s Certificate III in Events will give students the opportunity to learn in a diverse and flexible environment where they gain exposure to the events industry and achieve event industry skills to confidently and competently work in the sector. At entry level, possible career opportunities include: • Conference or Events Assistant • In-house Meetings Assistant • Event Administrative Assistant • Junior Event Coordinator • Logistics Assistant • Event Operations Assistant • Meetings Assistant • Exhibitions or Venue Assistant QUALIFICATION DURATION 1 or 2 years 1 year: Fast track course Year 12 only 2 years: Year 11 students DELIVERY INFORMATION • Fast track course (Year 12 students) Thursday 9:00am – 4:00pm Study will commence Semester 1 week 1 and end Semester 2 week 10 (1 day per week) • 2 year course (Year 11 students) Friday 9:00am – 3:00pm • Year 11 course: 1st year – Study will commence Semester 1 week 3 and end Semester 2 week 10 • 2nd year: Study will commence study will commence Semester 1 week 3 and end Semester 2 week 10 CAMPUS • Bentley: fast track (Year 12) course and 2 year course (Year 11) • Beaconsfield: fast track (Year 12) ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS Excursions may have a small cost, wherever possible these are conducted at no charge (excursions are conducted as part of normal class hours).

UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Students to supply and bring/wear: • Black pants • White shirt • Black closed in shoes for practical (event) classes • Site visits and volunteer work WORK PRACTICE Not applicable, however students are required to undertake volunteer hours as part of their qualification. Staff will liaise with students in regard to organising these volunteer hours and appropriate events.

JOB OUTCOMES Conference Assistant, Event or Exhibition Administrative Assistant, Event or Exhibition Assistant, Event or Exhibition Operations Assistant, Functions Assistant, In-house Meetings Assistant, Junior Event or Exhibition Coordinator, Logistics Assistant, Meetings Assistant, Venue Assistant. PATHWAYS HOSPITALITY, EVENTS, TOURISM SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE SCHOOL YR 11/12 SIT40416 Certificate IV in Hospitality SIT50116 Diploma of Travel and Tourism Management SIT30616 Certificate III in Hospitality (full-time at TAFE) SIT20316 Certificate II in Hospitality (while at school) SIT30116 Certificate III in Tourism (while at school) SIT30516 Certificate III in Events (while at school) SIT30116 Certificate III in Tourism (full-time at TAFE) SIT50416 Diploma of Hospitality Management SIT60316 Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management SIT50316 Diploma of Event Management SIT30516 Certificate III in Events (full-time at TAFE) UNIVERSITY U N I V E R S I T Y

I SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES 38 COURSES SFL20115 Certificate II in Floristry (Assistant) In the Certificate II in Floristry students learn to express their creative skills through structural floral arrangements. Classes are taught by award winning florists who cover a broad range of techniques and designs for retail or studio florists. QUALIFICATION DURATION 1 year DELIVERY INFORMATION Thursday, 9:00am – 4:30pm Study will commence Semester 1 week 1 and end Semester 2 week 14 (1 day per week) CAMPUS Murdoch ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS • Students will need to supply their own fresh flowers on a weekly basis for practical activities.

The cost will depend on the fresh flowers chosen (approximate cost of $40 – $50 per week) • Set of scissors and floristry toolkit $20 UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Students are to supply and wear/bring: • Enclosed footwear for class activities WORK PRACTICE Not applicable JOB OUTCOMES Floristry Assistant in retail floristry shops, studios and online floristry businesses PATHWAYS FLORISTRY SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE SCHOOL YR 11/12 SFL30115 Certificate III in Floristry **Traineeship** SFL40115 Certificate IV in Floristry SFL20115 Certificate II in Floristry (Assistant) (full-time at TAFE) SFL20115 Certificate II in Floristry (Assistant) (while at school)

COURSES SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES I39 SIT20316 Certificate II in Hospitality This qualification provides training for people interested in pursuing a career associated with the hospitality industry. The skills and knowledge developed in the food and beverage service focus course can be applied in various hospitality settings such as restaurants, hotels, motels, catering operations, clubs, cafes and coffee shops. The accommodation focus course provides training for people interested in pursuing a career associated with accommodation services in the hospitality industry.

The skills and knowledge developed can be applied in various settings such as restaurants, hotels, motels and clubs or where housekeeping of facilities are required. Each of these campuses will be conducting different focus: • Beaconsfield: food and beverage service • Bentley: food and beverage service • Peel: accommodation services QUALIFICATION DURATION 1 Year DELIVERY INFORMATION • Beaconsfield: Friday 9:00am – 3:00pm • Bentley: Friday 9:00am – 3:00pm • Peel: Thursday 9:00am – 3:00pm Study will commence Semester 1 week 3 and end Semester 2 week 13 (1 day per week) CAMPUS Beaconsfield, Bentley, Peel ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS Not applicable ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS Not applicable UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Students to supply and bring/wear: • Black tailored dress pants (not jeans/leggings) • White long sleeve collared shirt • Plain black rubber soled shoes, flat or low heeled (not black runners) • Small notebook • Pen WORK PRACTICE Not applicable JOB OUTCOMES Bar Attendant, Café Attendant, Catering Assistant, Food and Beverage Attendant, Porter, Room Attendant PATHWAYS HOSPITALITY, EVENTS, TOURISM SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE SCHOOL YR 11/12 SIT40416 Certificate IV in Hospitality SIT50116 Diploma of Travel and Tourism Management SIT30616 Certificate III in Hospitality (full-time at TAFE) SIT20316 Certificate II in Hospitality (while at school) SIT30116 Certificate III in Tourism (while at school) SIT30516 Certificate III in Events (while at school) SIT30116 Certificate III in Tourism (full-time at TAFE) SIT50416 Diploma of Hospitality Management SIT60316 Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management SIT50316 Diploma of Event Management SIT30516 Certificate III in Events (full-time at TAFE) UNIVERSITY U N I V E R S I T Y

I SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES 40 COURSES SIT20416 Certificate II in Kitchen Operations (Commercial Cookery/ Patisserie Pre-Apprenticeship) This qualification provides a pathway for students into a career in the hospitality industry focusing on commercial cookery, from kitchen-hand to chef. QUALIFICATION DURATION 1 year DELIVERY INFORMATION Thursday and Friday, 8:00am – 3:30pm Study will commence Semester 1 week 2 and end Semester 2 week 15 (2 days per week) CAMPUS Beaconsfield, Peel ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS • Chef uniform approximate cost $250 • Knife kit approximate cost $280 UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Students to supply and bring/wear: • Chef uniform – jacket, check pants, apron and box hat • Enclosed black leather boots WORK PRACTICE South Metropolitan TAFE will work with the student in finding suitable work practice.

Students will undertake work practice during industry hours for a minimum of 165 hours as part of the normal delivery of the course. JOB OUTCOMES Breakfast Cook, Café Cook, Catering Assistant, Fast Food Cook SCHOOL YR 11/12 PATHWAYS COOKERY SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE SIT50416 Diploma of Hospitality Management SIT20416 Certificate II in Kitchen Operations SIT20416 Certificate II in Kitchen Operations SIT30816 Certificate III in Commercial Cookery SIT40516 Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery SIT20516 Certificate II in Asian Cookery SIT31116 Certificate III in Asian Cookery SIT40816 Certificate IV Asian Cookery SIT31016 Certificate III in Patisserie SIT40716 Certificate IV in Patisserie

COURSES SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES I 41 TLI21815 Certificate II in Logistics This course will provide students with an introduction to the transport and logistics industry. Students will be introduced to a number of tasks, routines and procedures commonly used by transport and logistics professionals to provide goods and services to the community. Starting with the basics of safety in the workplace, manual handling and the identification of hazardous and dangerous goods, which will prepare students for introduction into the work place.

The course moves in to logistics process receiving goods, despatching goods and inventory management with an introduction to stocktaking.

Students will gain an understanding of the chain of responsibility, how to operate fire equipment and the correct use of communication systems including radios, emails, and even memos. The course concludes with providing an understanding and skills of working with and for people. This will include working with people who have had a different life experience and who understand the world differently and working for customers who require the provision of a service or the delivery of goods. The course will prepare students for a variety of job roles and job titles these include logistics support officer, logistics clerk, store person and warehouse personnel.

QUALIFICATION DURATION 1 year DELIVERY INFORMATION Friday, 8:30am – 3:30pm Study will commence Semester 1 Week 3 – end Semester 2 Week 12 CAMPUS Aerospace Training Centre, Jandakot ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS High-vis South Metropolitan TAFE polo shirt $25. UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Students to supply and wear/bring: • Steel capped footwear that complies with Australian Safety Standards • High-vis shirt • Pen, pencil, paper • 2 ring binder • Basic calculator WORK PRACTICE Not applicable JOB OUTCOMES Logistics Support Officer, Logistics Clerk, Warehouse Worker, Night Filler, Storeperson, Picker and Packer PATHWAYS LOGISTICS SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE UNIVERSITY TLI41816 Certificate IV in Warehousing Operations SCHOOL YR 11/12 TLI31616 Certificate III in Warehousing Operations TLI21616 Certificate II in Warehousing Operations TLI50415 Diploma of Logistics TLI32416 Certificate III in Logistics TLI21815 Certificate II in Logistics (full-time at TAFE) TLI21815 Certificate II in Logistics (while at school) TLI42016 Certificate IV in Logistics U N I V E R S I T Y

I SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES 42 COURSES 52700WA Certificate II in Plumbing (Plumbing Pre-Apprenticeship) PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS QUALIFICATION IS CURRENTLY UNDER REVIEW, UPDATES WILL BE SUPPLIED WHEN AVAILABLE. This qualification is designed to provide the learner with foundation skills and therefore enhance apprenticeship prospects in the plumbing industry which is experiencing a current skills shortage. Course content will include: • Sheet-metal work • Oxyacetylene welding and fabrication of non-ferrous piping • PVC pipe work • Reading and interpreting plans • Plumbing hand and power tools Completion of this course provides direct credit into the CPC32413 Certificate III in Plumbing (J787).

QUALIFICATION DURATION 2 years • 1st year - Study will commence Semester 1 week 3 and end Semester 2 week 10 (1 day per week) • 2nd year - Study will commence Semester 1 week 3 and end Semester 2 week 10 (1 day per week) DELIVERY INFORMATION Thursday or Friday, 8:00am – 4:00pm Please note: 2nd year of course is only delivered on a Thursday CAMPUS Rockingham ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS C grade or above in Year 10 maths and satisfactory English literacy skills.

ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS Text book approx $68 UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Students to supply and bring/wear: • Long sleeved high visibility work shirt • Safety glasses • Steel capped footwear that complies with Australian Safety Standards • Work shorts or work trousers. WORK PRACTICE South Metropolitan TAFE will work with the student in finding suitable work practice. Students will undertake a minimum of 120 hours of work practice as part of the normal delivery of the course. JOB OUTCOMES Construction Trades Assistant in relevant area SEE PLUMBING PATHWAYS (PAGE 43)

COURSES SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES I43 PATHWAYS PLUMBING, GAS, REFRIGERATION SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE SCHOOL YR 11/12 52700WA Certificate II in Plumbing [Plumbing Pre-Apprenticeship] (full-time at TAFE) CPC32413 Certificate III in Plumbing **Apprenticeship** UEE20111 Certificate II in Split Air- conditioning and Heat Pump Systems CPC32612 Certificate III in Roof Plumbing **Apprenticeship** MEM30205 Certificate III in Engineering - Mechanical Trade [Refrigeration/Air Conditioning] **Apprenticeship** MEM40105 Certificate IV in Engineering [Skills Set - HVAC Commissioning] **not for general entry** MEM50212 Diploma of Engineering - Technical [HVAC] MEM40105 Diploma of Engineering - Advanced Trade MEM60112 Advanced Diploma of Engineering [HVAC] MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering [Mechanical Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Pre- Apprenticeship] UNIVERSITY U N I V E R S I T Y 52700WA Certificate II in Plumbing [Plumbing Pre-Apprenticeship] (while at school)

I SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES 44 COURSES FDF20510 Certificate II in Retail Baking Assistance (Pre-Apprenticeship) Bakers prepare and bake all types of breads, rolls, cakes, pastries and baked goods. They usually work for bakeries that sell food for direct consumption by the public, or they may work for large organisations such as airlines, hotels or the military. Bakers use raw ingredients, combine them either using machines or by hand and then bake them in ovens. They may also glaze, decorate, slice and wrap these products for individual consumption. As part of this course students learn about producing a range of breads, cakes, biscuits, cookies, pies and other baked goods for retail and wholesale bakeries and dining establishments.

Students also learn about occupational health and safety, food hygiene and sanitation and effective workplace communication and about how to apply these practical skills in the workplace. QUALIFICATION DURATION 1 year DELIVERY INFORMATION Thursday and Friday, 9:00am – 3:30pm Study will commence Semester 1 week 2 and end Semester 2 week 15 (2 days per week) CAMPUS Bentley Campus ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS • Uniform approximately $165 • Tool box $350 UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Students to supply and bring/wear: • Checked chef’s trousers • White cap • White short sleeve shirt or T-shirt • White bib apron • Toolbox • Leather boots WORK PRACTICE South Metropolitan TAFE will work with the student in finding suitable work practice.

Students will undertake work placement as part of the normal delivery of the course. JOB OUTCOMES Baker’s Assistant, Bakery Sales Assistant PATHWAYS FOOD TRADES SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE SCHOOL YR 11/12 FDF20510 Certificate II in Retail Baking Assistance [Retail Baking Pre-Apprenticeship] (full-time at TAFE) FDF30510 Certificate III in Retail Baking (Cake and Pastry) **Apprenticeship** FDF30710 Certificate III in Retail Baking (Combined) **Apprenticeship** FDF30610 Certificate III in Retail Baking (Bread) **Apprenticeship** FDF20510 Certificate II in Retail Baking Assistance [Retail Baking Pre-Apprenticeship] (while at school) AMP30216 Certificate III in Meat Processing (Food Services) **Traineeship** AMP30815 Certificate III in Meat Processing (Retail Butcher) **Apprenticeship**

COURSES SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES I45 SHB20116 Certificate II in Retail Cosmetics This qualification will provide students with experience to assist them to communicate in the workplace, interact with customers, demonstrate and sell makeup and retail skin-care products, and perform routine salon or store functions. QUALIFICATION DURATION 1 year DELIVERY INFORMATION • Peel: Thursday or Friday 9:00am – 3:00pm • Murdoch, Thursday or Friday 9:00am – 3:00pm Study will commence Semester 1 week 3 and end Semester 2 week 10 (1 day per week) CAMPUS Murdoch, Peel ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS $150 for class kits and consumables UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Students to supply and wear/bring: • Black pants and black top • Black enclosed shoes WORK PRACTICE Not applicable JOB OUTCOMES Retail Cosmetic Assistant PATHWAYS BEAUTY AND HAIRDRESSING SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE SCHOOL YR 11/12 BAA3 Certificate II in Salon Assistant (full time at TAFE) BAA3 Certificate II in Salon Assistant (while at school) AWO6 Diploma of Beauty Therapy BAA1 Certificate III in Hairdressing **Apprenticeship** AWO5 Certificate IV in Beauty Therapy SHB20116 Certificate II in Retail Cosmetics (while at school)

I SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES 46 COURSES SHB20216 Certificate II in Salon Assistant The qualification will provide students with the skills and knowledge to support professional hairdressers to carry out a range of salon services. Duties include greeting clients, scheduling appointments, head, neck and shoulder massage, drying hair to shape and salon safety. Students will also learn to sell products and services and develop hairdressing industry knowledge. QUALIFICATION DURATION 1 year DELIVERY INFORMATION Thursday or Friday, 9:00am – 3:30pm Study will commence Semester 1 week 3 and end Semester 2 week 10 (1 day per week) CAMPUS Murdoch, Peel ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS Hair-kit approximate cost $60 for class kits and consumables UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Students to supply and bring/wear: • Black pants and black top • Black flat enclosed shoes WORK PRACTICE Students will be required to participate in live work activity in the TAFE salon.

This is to further develop employability skills and capture on the job training aspects for assessments.

It is a recommended that students undertake the workplace learning course through their school in a hairdressing salon for a minimum of 10 days. JOB OUTCOMES Salon Assistant PATHWAYS BEAUTY AND HAIRDRESSING SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE SCHOOL YR 11/12 BAA3 Certificate II in Salon Assistant (full time at TAFE) BAA3 Certificate II in Salon Assistant (while at school) AWO6 Diploma of Beauty Therapy BAA1 Certificate III in Hairdressing **Apprenticeship** AWO5 Certificate IV in Beauty Therapy SHB20116 Certificate II in Retail Cosmetics (while at school)

COURSES SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES I47 CUA31015 Certificate III in Screen and Media This qualification will provide students with the practical skills and knowledge to undertake a range of operations in the exciting and creative digital media industry.

The two main areas of specialisation in this course are animation and digital effects and digital content and imaging. This is a very practical course with all classes being conducted in well-equipped computer laboratories using iMacs, Windows based PCs, cameras and other peripherals. Software available includes Autodesk, Adobe, Unity and more.

Students learn to develop and extend their creative thinking skills, create 2D and 3D animations, produce drawings, prepare and produce photo images, create and maintain websites and author interactive media. These studies will greatly enhance students’ media skills, set them on a firm footing towards a media career, and also prepare them for employment. QUALIFICATION DURATION 1 year DELIVERY INFORMATION Friday, 9:00am – 3:30pm Study will commence Semester 1 week 3 and end Semester 2 week 10 (1 day per week) CAMPUS Rockingham, Thornlie ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS Not applicable.

UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Students to supply and wear/bring: • Smart casual attire • Closed in shoes WORK PRACTICE Not applicable JOB OUTCOMES Camera and Lighting Assistant, Community Radio Program Maker and Presenter SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE CUA31015 Certificate III in Screen and Media UNIVERSITY CUA51015 Diploma of Screen and Media CUA41215 Certificate IV in Screen and Media (Interactive Media) PATHWAYS SCREEN AND MEDIA SCHOOL YR 11/12 U N I V E R S I T Y

I SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES 48 COURSES SCHOOL YR 11/12 PATHWAYS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE UNIVERSITY CUA20215 Certificate II in Creative Industries CUA31015 Certificate III in Screen and Media (while at school) ICT30115 Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology [Web Based Technologies] ICT40815 Certificate IV in Digital Media Technologies ICT30115 Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology [Applications] ICT40315 Certificate IV in Web-Based Technologies CUA31015 Certificate III in Screen and Media (full-time at TAFE) CUA41215 Certificate IV in Screen and Media (Interactive Media) E I T H E R C E RT IF IC AT E II W ILL M E E T E N T RY F O R AN Y O F T H E C E RT IF IC AT E I I I L EV E L S AN Y C E RT IF IC AT E III W ILL M E E T E N T RY F O R AN Y O F T H E C E RT IF IC AT E I V L E VE L S AN Y O F TH E SE C ERTI F IC AT E I V W I L L M E E T E N T RY FO R E I TH E R D I P L O M A L E VE L ICT30115 Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology [Multimedia] ICT30115 Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology ICT40915 Certificate IV in Digital and Interactive Games ICT30115 Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology [Network Administration] ICT50215 Diploma of Digital and Interactive Games ICT50115 Diploma of Information Technology ICT50715 Diploma of Software Development ICT50415 Diploma of Information Technology Networking ICT50615 Diploma of Website Development CUA51015 Diploma of Screen and Media ICT20115 Certificate II in Information, Digital Media and Technology ICT20115 Certificate I in Information, Digital Media and Technology ICT40115 Certificate IV in Information Technology ICT41015 Certificate IV in Computer Systems Technology ICT40515 Certificate IV in Programming ICT40415 Certificate IV in Information Technology Networking ICT40215 Certificate IV in Information Technology Support U N I V E R S I T Y

COURSES SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES I49 PATHWAYS HOSPITALITY, EVENTS, TOURISM SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE SCHOOL YR 11/12 SIT40416 Certificate IV in Hospitality SIT50116 Diploma of Travel and Tourism Management SIT30616 Certificate III in Hospitality (full-time at TAFE) SIT20316 Certificate II in Hospitality (while at school) SIT30116 Certificate III in Tourism (while at school) SIT30516 Certificate III in Events (while at school) SIT30116 Certificate III in Tourism (full-time at TAFE) SIT50416 Diploma of Hospitality Management SIT60316 Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management SIT50316 Diploma of Event Management SIT30516 Certificate III in Events (full-time at TAFE) UNIVERSITY U N I V E R S I T Y SIT30116 Certificate III in Tourism This qualification provides a pathway to work in many tourism industry sectors and for a diversity of employers including tour operators, inbound tour operators, visitor information centres, attractions, cultural and heritage sites and any small tourism business requiring multi-skilled employees.

QUALIFICATION DURATION • 1 year: Fast track course (Year 12 only) • 2 years: Year 11 students DELIVERY INFORMATION • Thursday 9:00am: 4:00pm fast track course (Year 12 students) • Friday: 9:00am – 3:00pm (Year 11 students) • Fast track course: Study will commence Semester 1 week 1 and end Semester 2 week 10 (1 day per week) • Year 11 course: 1st Year Study will commence Semester 1 week 3 and end Semester 2 week 10 2nd year: Study will commence study will commence Semester 1 week 3 and end Semester 2 week 10. CAMPUS • Beaconsfield: 1 year fast track (Year 12) • Peel: 2 year course (Year 11) ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS Not applicable UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Not applicable WORK PRACTICE Not applicable JOB OUTCOMES • Tourism operations: Cellar Door Salesperson and Guide, Inbound Tour Co-ordinator, Marine Tourism Assistant, Visitor Information Officer • Travel bookings: International Corporate Travel Consultant, International Online Travel Consultant, Reservation Sales Agent (Tour Operator), Travel Consultant

I SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES 50 COURSES COURSES EDUCATION SUPPORT COURSES I SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES 50

SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES I 51 EDUCATION SUPPORT COURSES Online applications are not required for education support courses. School VET coordinators are required to complete the application form on page 57 and email this to vetis@smtafe.wa.edu.au by the application closing date. South Metropolitan TAFE continues its commitment to providing options for all school- aged students including those attending education support centres or undertaking education support courses.

We provide learning environments that welcome students of all abilities and promotes inclusiveness. Students with disabilities and a diverse range of learning needs can attend South Metropolitan TAFE alongside their peers. The courses outlined over the following pages have been selected as suitable for education support students. When considering South Metropolitan TAFE courses, it is important to consider all the requirements before applying. Schools are expected to send education assistants with students who require in- classroom support at school. If you are unsure about the suitability of a course please discuss with your school VET coordinator.

HOW TO APPLY Step 1 With your VET coordinator, read the course requirements carefully to determine a course that you are interested in undertaking. Step 2 Once you have selected a course, you and your parent/guardian are to complete the application form. Step 3: Return the application and any supporting documentation to your VET coordinator by the date required (if you aren’t sure – ask your VET coordinator). The VET coordinator will complete your application and submit the documentation to South Metropolitan TAFE.

Step 4: Successful students will be advised by the school before the end of 2017.

Early in 2018, parents and students will be provided with information about your selected course, public transport options, where to meet on the first day and any other important information. FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT YOUR VET COORDINATOR

I SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES 52 SEE AUTOMOTIVE SKILL SET PATHWAYS (PAGE 53) EDUCATION SUPPORT COURSES AUR20716 Automotive Skill Set SUITABLE FOR STUDENTS IN EDUCATION SUPPORT CENTRES/COURSES This course aims to provide students with exposure and experiences in the automotive industry. The information provided in this outline is an example of one type of skills set. Skill sets can provide a taster for various pathways within the automotive industry. Skill sets can be tailored to suit the individual school and the needs of the students. Students will receive a statement of attainment for the competencies they complete.

The course length will be determined by the competencies that are selected.

QUALIFICATION DURATION 1 year DELIVERY INFORMATION Monday, 8:30am – 3:00pm Study will commence Semester 1 week 5 and end Semester 2 week 15 (1 day per week) CAMPUS Kwinana ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS Most automotive units require a Year 10 level of Maths and English. ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS Not applicable UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Students to supply and bring/wear: • Steel capped footwear that complies with Australian Safety Standards • Safety glasses • Overalls or cotton drill pants and short sleeve shirt WORK PRACTICE Not applicable JOB OUTCOMES Automotive Mechanic, Automotive Electrician, Marine Mechanic, Heavy Duty Diesel Mechanic

SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES I53 SCHOOL YR 11/12 AUR20716 Automotive Skill Set (while at school) PATHWAYS SKILL SET – AUTOMOTIVE SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE AUR32416 Certificate III in Automotive Refinishing Technology **Apprenticeship** AUR30316 Certificate III in Automotive Electrical Technology **Apprenticeship** AUR30816 Certificate III in Motorcycle Mechanical Technology **Apprenticeship** MEM30205 Certificate III in Engineering - Mechanical Trade [Plant Mechanic ZG/Z **Apprenticeship** MEM40105 Certificate IV in Engineering [Maintenance] **Apprenticeship** AUM30213 Certificate III in Automotive Manufacturing Technical Operations - Bus, Truck and Trailer **Apprenticeship** AUR20916 Certificate II in Automotive Body Repair Technology [Vehicle Body Painting Pre- Apprenticeship] (full-time at TAFE) AUM20213 Certificate II in Automotive Manufacturing Production - Bus, Truck and Trailer [Vehicle Body Building Pre- Apprenticeship] (full-time at TAFE) AUR20516 Certificate II in Automotive Servicing Technology [Heavy Vehicle Servicing Pre- Apprenticeship] (full-time at TAFE) AUR20516 Certificate II in Automotive Servicing Technology [Light Vehicle Servicing Pre- Apprenticeship] (full-time at TAFE) AUR20916 Certificate II in Automotive Body Repair Technology [Panel Beating Pre-Apprenticeship] (full-time at TAFE) MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering [Mechanical-Plant Mechanic] Pre- Apprenticeship (full-time at TAFE) AUR20216 Certificate II in Automotive Air Conditioning Technology AUR20416 Certificate II in Automotive Electrical Technology [Automotive Electrical Pre-apprenticeship] (full-time at TAFE) AUR32116 Certificate III in Automotive Body Repair Technology **Apprenticeship** MSM31115 Certificate III in Recreational Vehicle Manufacturing **Traineeship** AUR30716 Certificate III in Outdoor Power Equipment Technology **Apprenticeship** AUR31216 Certificate III in Mobile Plant Technology **Apprenticeship** MSM30216 Certificate III in Surface Preparation and Coating Application **Traineeship** AUR30616 Certificate III in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology **Apprenticeship** AUR40216 Certificate IV in Automotive Mechanical Diagnosis **Apprenticeship** AUR31116 Certificate III in Heavy Commercial Vehicle Mechanical Technology **Apprenticeship**

I SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES 54 AHC20416 Horticulture Skill Set SUITABLE FOR STUDENTS IN EDUCATION SUPPORT CENTRES/COURSES This skill set is designed to provide students with basic experience working with plants, looking after nursery and carng for landscapes. QUALIFICATION DURATION 1 year DELIVERY INFORMATION Wednesday, 9:30am – 2:15pm Study will commence Semester 1 week 5 and end Semester 2 week 15 (1 day per week) CAMPUS Murdoch ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS Not applicable EDUCATION SUPPORT COURSES UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Students are required to supply and bring/wear: • Steel capped footwear that complies with Australian Safety Standards • Enclosed footwear for class activities • Long sleeved shirt • Hat and sunscreen • Gloves • Secateurs • Water bottle (for hot days) • Pens, pencils WORK PLACEMENT Not applicable JOB OUTCOMES Nursery Hand SEE CONSERVATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT SKILL SET PATHWAYS (PAGE 55)

SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES I55 EDUCATION SUPPORT COURSES PATHWAYS SKILL SET – HORTICULTURE, CONSERVATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE AHC21010 Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management AHC20410 Certificate II in Horticulture (full-time at TAFE) AHC20513 Certificate II in Arboriculture **not for general entry** AHC21610 Certificate II in Landscaping AHC31410 Certificate III in Conservation and Land Management AHC30710 Certificate III in Horticulture AHC30810 Certificate III in Arboriculture **not for general entry** AHC30910 Certificate III in Landscape Construction AHC31010 Certificate III in Parks and Gardens **Apprenticeship** AHC31110 Certificate III in Production Nursery **Apprenticeship** AHC31310 Certificate III in Sports Turf Management **Traineeship** AHC32412 Certificate III in Irrigation **not for general entry** CPP30115 Certificate III in Urban Pest Management **Apprenticeship** AHC40910 Certificate IV in Conservation and Land Management AHC40410 Certificate IV in Horticulture **not for general entry** 52772WA Certificate IV in Landscape Design **not for general entry** AHC51110 Diploma of Conservation and Land Management **not for general entry** AHC50410 Diploma of Horticulture **not for general entry** AHC50610 Diploma of Landscape Design **not for general entry** SCHOOL YR 11/12 AHC20416 Horticulture Skill Set (while at school)

I SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES 56 EDUCATION SUPPORT COURSES 52824WA Construction Skill Set SUITABLE FOR STUDENTS IN EDUCATION SUPPORT CENTRES/COURSES This skill set has an emphasis on the practical aspects of building and construction and will include a number of basic construction projects constructed on campus as part of the training course. This course will introduce students to basic materials and hand skills used in the construction industry. Students will also look at building plans and communication methods used within the industry. QUALIFICATION DURATION 1 year DELIVERY INFORMATION Wednesday, 9:30am – 3:00pm Study will commence Semester 1 week 5 and end Semester 2 week 15 (1 day per week) CAMPUS Rockingham ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS Not applicable UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Students to supply and bring/wear: • Steel capped footwear that complies with Australian Safety Standards • Work short or work trousers • Work shirt or plain t-shirt WORK PRACTICE Not Applicable PATHWAYS SKILL SET – BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE 52824WA Certificate II in Building and Construction (Pathway - Trades) [Brick and Block Laying Pre- Apprenticeship] 52824WA Certificate II in Building and Construction (Pathway - Trades) [Wall and Floor Tiling Pre- Apprenticeship] 52824WA Certificate II in Building and Construction (Pathway - Trades) [Carpentry and Joinery Pre-Apprenticeship] CPC30111 Certificate III in Bricklaying/ Blocklaying **Apprenticeship** CPC31311 Certificate III in Wall and Floor Tiling **Apprenticeship** CPC30211 Certificate III in Carpentry **not for general entry, RPL only**” CPC32011 Certificate III in Carpentry and Joinery **Apprenticeship** CPC31211 Certificate III in Wall and Ceiling Lining **Apprenticeship** CPC31011 Certificate III in Solid Plastering **Apprenticeship** MSF31113 Certificate III in Cabinet Making **Apprenticeship** CPC30611 Certificate III in Painting and Decorating **Apprenticeship** 52784WA Course In Painters’ Registration **not for general entry**” 52824WA Certificate II in Building and Construction (Pathway - Trades) [Wall and Ceiling Lining Pre- Apprenticeship] AA33 Certificate II in Building and Construction (Pathway - Trades) [Solid Plastering Pre-Apprenticeship] MSF20313 Certificate II in Furniture Making [Cabinet Making/ Furniture Making Pre-Apprenticeship] 52824WA Certificate II in Building and Construction (Pathway - Trades) [Painting and Decorating Pre- Apprenticeship] SCHOOL YR 11/12 52824WA Construction Skill Set (while at school) Then move into any of the pre- apprenticeship courses listed here, full-time at TAFE.

COURSES SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES I 57 EDUCATION SUPPORT COURSES SIT20316 Hospitality Skill Set SUITABLE FOR STUDENTS IN EDUCATION SUPPORT CENTRES/COURSES This skill set provides training for people interested in pursuing a career associated with the hospitality industry. This course will be of interest to students who wish to gain skills and knowledge about working in coffee shops and cafes. QUALIFICATION DURATION 1 year DELIVERY INFORMATION Friday, 9:00am – 2:30pm Study will commence Semester 1 week 5 and end Semester 2 week 15 (1 day per week) CAMPUS Beaconsfield, Peel ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS Not applicable.

UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Students to supply and bring/wear: • Black tailored dress pants (not jeans/leggings) • White long sleeve collared shirt • Plain black rubber soled shoes, flat or low heeled (not black runners) WORK PRACTICE Not Applicable PATHWAYS SKILL SET – HOSPITALITY, EVENTS, TOURISM SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE SCHOOL YR 11/12 SIT40416 Certificate IV in Hospitality SIT50116 Diploma of Travel and Tourism Management SIT30616 Certificate III in Hospitality (full-time at TAFE) SIT20316 Hospitality Skill Set (while at school) SIT30116 Certificate III in Tourism (while at school) SIT30516 Certificate III in Events (while at school) SIT30116 Certificate III in Tourism (full-time at TAFE) SIT50416 Diploma of Hospitality Management SIT60316 Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management SIT50316 Diploma of Event Management SIT30516 Certificate III in Events (full-time at TAFE) UNIVERSITY U N I V E R S I T Y

I SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES 58 COURSES 528254WA Painting and Decorating Skill Set SUITABLE FOR STUDENTS IN EDUCATION SUPPORT CENTRES/COURSES Painting and decorating is known as the finishing trade in the building industry, with applications for both new building projects and restorations. This skill set has an emphasis on the practical aspects of painting and decorating including learning to prepare surfaces and a variety of painting techniques. Students will work on practical painting and decorating projects to solidify their skills.

QUALIFICATION DURATION 1 year DELIVERY INFORMATION Wednesday, 9:30am – 3:00pm Study will commence semester 1 week 5 and will end semester 2 week 15 (1 day per week) CAMPUS Thornlie ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS Not applicable.

UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Students to supply and bring/wear: • Enclosed footwear • Work shorts or work trousers • Work shirt or plain t-shirt WORK PRACTICE Not Applicable EDUCATION SUPPORT COURSES SEE BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION SKILL SET PATHWAYS (PAGE 56)

SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES I59 Student’s full name: Date of birth: School: Unique Student Identifier (USI) number (mandatory field): Year of study in 2016: (tick box) Year 11 q Year 12 q Parent/Guardian name: Parent/Guardian/ nominated email: This is the primary method of communication. If you prefer to receive information by post then please provide a postal address. Parent/Guardian postal address: COURSE SELECTED (indicate course focus if applicable) Course: Course focus: Campus: Preference: (tick box) 1 q 2 q 3 q 4 q GOAL STATEMENT (please use the space below to explain why you would like to participate in your preferred course).

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. . . . . . STUDENT AGREEMENT By completing this form, I understand that I am not enrolled and that my application will be considered in a selection process or interview. I will be notified if my application is successful. I understand that all sections of this application form are to be completed to be eligible for the selection process. Student signature: PARENT/GUARDIAN PERMISSION By submitting this application you have given consent for information on your child to be used by the Department of Education and the Department of Training and Workforce Development and associated stakeholders for the purpose of selection.

I understand that this application does not automatically secure my child’s position. If my child is successful in securing a place in a South Metropolitan TAFE course, I will support my child, the school and TAFE to ensure that the course requirements are completed. Checklist: (tick box) School report/results attached q Resume attached q Form to be returned to your VET Coordinator at school by the following date (VET Coordinator to insert): Parent/Guardian signature: EDUCATION SUPPORT COURSES: APPLICATION FORM HARD COPY APPLICATIONS ONLY ACCEPTED FOR EDUCATION SUPPORT COURSES. ALL OTHER APPLICATIONS TO BE SUBMITTED ONLINE.

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SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES I 61 FEE-FOR-SERVICE COURSES South Metropolitan TAFE has a limited number of fee-for-service courses on offer in 2018. These courses have been designed to provide more variety to students. The courses in this section are either not on our funded list of courses or would be suitable for students that have already completed a one year qualification, and would like to continue studying with South Metropolitan TAFE for another year.

Each course has a fee attached and this fee would need to be paid by the student at the commencement of study.

Students who wish to apply for these courses can apply through our on line application process. Please note: Course commencement is subject to sufficient enrolment numbers. QUALIFICATION DURATION 1 year DELIVERY INFORMATION Friday, 9:00am – 3:30pm Study will commence Semester 1 week 3 and end Semester 2 week 10 (1 day per week) CAMPUS Rockingham, Thornlie COST $1885 payable at the commencement of the course UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Not applicable WORK PRACTICE Not applicable Please note: there is a minimum number of students required for the course to proceed. If there is insufficient interest, parents and schools will be notified and any payments made will be refunded in full.

ICT30115 Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology (Network Administration) This qualification will make students an attractive applicant for information technology roles such as client support officer, IT technician, or ICT operations support.

Students will gain the knowledge and skills to support a wide range of IT activities, including but not limited to: hardware installation and maintenance, PC operating system; networking operating system installation and management, advanced use of applications, workplace health and safety; simple website creation; social media use; develop digital images for use on the internet. Any Certificate IV in Information Technology can be applied for after completing this course. There are no restrictions.

I SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES 62 AUR20416 Certificate II in Automotive Electrical Accessory Installation Skill Set IThis course is designed to further build on skills developed within the AUR20716 Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation.

This course will provide participants with the opportunity to develop the skills and knowledge required to effectively and safely install automotive electrical accessories including: • auxilliary lighting systems; • reversing assistance devices; • aftermarket infotainment upgrades; • aftermarket automotive security devices; • turbocharger protection timers. PRE-REQUISITES Students must have successfully completed the Certificate II in Automotive Vocation Preparation or the Certificate II in Automotive Servicing Technology (either heavy or light course).

QUALIFICATION DURATION 1 semester DELIVERY INFORMATION Thursday or Friday, 8:00am – 3:45pm Study will commence Semester 1 week 3 and end Semester 1 week 10 (1 day per week) CAMPUS Kwinana COST $1129 payable at the commencement of the course UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Protective clothing as purchased in 2017, or students to supply and wear/bring: • steel-capped footwear that complies with Australian safety standards; • safety glasses; • overalls or cotton drill pants; • short or long sleeve collared shirt; • pen, pencil, paper • 2 ring binder; • basic calculator. WORK PRACTICE Not applicable Please note: there is a minimum number of students required for the course to proceed.

If there is insufficient interest, parents and schools will be notified and any payments made will be refunded in full. FEE FOR SERVICE COURSES

SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES I63 CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care This qualification will prepare students to be job ready for the role of educator in the early childhood education and care sector. They may also work as an education assistant in a kindergarten. Students will gain the knowledge and skills to work effectively as an educator, supporting the development and wellbeing of children aged 0 - 5 years, understanding children’s learning, providing learning support, working with children from a range of diverse backgrounds, identifying and responding to children at risk, and workplace health and safety.

QUALIFICATION DURATION 2 years DELIVERY INFORMATION Friday, 9:00am – 3:30pm • 1st year – Study will commence Semester 1 week 1 and end Semester 2 week 10 (1 day per week) • 2nd Year – Study will commence Semester 1 week 1 and end Semester 2 week 10 (1 day per week) CAMPUS Peel, Thornlie COST $2146 payable at the commencement of each year UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Students need to dress to the standard required to work in a child care centre WORK PRACTICE Students will be required to complete a minimum 180 hours in a regulated education and care service (child care centre) not a school environment.

South Metropolitan TAFE will find a suitable work placement for the student. Please note: there is a minimum number of students required for the program to proceed. If there is insufficient interest, parents and schools will be notified and any payments made will be refunded in full. FEE FOR SERVICE COURSES

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COURSES SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE – 2018 VETiS PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES I65 School-based traineeships and apprenticeships are paid employment-based training courses for full-time school students, 15 years of age and over. Under these arrangements the student is both a full-time student and a part-time employee with the same employment and training privileges and responsibilities as other apprentices/trainees. To be a school-based apprentice/trainee a student must fulfill certain requirements, including: • Enter into a training contract with an employer to complete an apprenticeship/traineeship • Have their school’s agreement to undertake the school-based apprenticeship/traineeship • Have the completed units of competency of their apprenticeship/traineeship included on their Western Australian Certificate of Education.

SCHOOL-BASED TRAINEESHIPS AND APPRENTICESHIPS TRAINEESHIP NAME NATIONAL CODE QUALIFICATION DURATION Automotive Electrical Technology - Level 2 AUR20416 Certificate II in Automotive Electrical Technology 12 months Automotive Vehicle Body - Level 2 AUR20912 Certificate II in Automotive Body Repair Technology 12 months Building and Construction Trade Trainee - Level 2 52443WA Certificate II in Building and Construction (Pathway - Trades) 12 months Building Maintenance - Level 2 CPC20211 Certificate II in Construction Pathways 12 months Business - Level 2 BSB20115 Certificate II in Business 12 months Civil Construction - Level 2 RII20715 Certificate II in Civil Construction 12 months Early Childhood Educator - Level 3 CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care 24-36 months Engineering - Production - Level 2 MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering 12 months Financial Services - Level 2 FNS20115 Certificate II in Financial Services 6 months Financial Services - Level 3 FNS30115 Certificate III in Financial Services Floristry - Level 2 SFL20115 Certificate II Floristry (Assistant) 12 months Food Processing - Level 2 FDF20111 Certificate II in Food Processing 12 months Furniture Making - Level 2 MSF20313 Certificate II in Furniture Making 12 months Hospitality (Asian Cookery) - Level 2 SIT20516 Certificate II in Hospitality (Asian Cookery) 9 months Hospitality (Catering Operations) - Level 2 SIT20416 Certificate II in Hospitality (Kitchen Operations) 9 months Hospitality (Commercial Cookery - Level 2 SIT20416 Certificate II in Hospitality (Kitchen Operations) 9 months Hospitality (Operations) - Level 2 SIT20213 Certificate II in Hospitality 9 months Hospitality (Patisserie) - Level 2 SIT20416 Certificate II in Hospitality (Kitchen Operations) 9 months Hospitality (Operations) - Level 3 SIT30616 Certificate III in Hospitality 24 months Information Technology - Level 2 ICT20155 Certificate II in Information Technology 12 months Logistics Operations - Level 2 TLI21810 Certificate II in Logistics 12 months Meat Processing (Food Services) - Level 2 MTM20411 Certificate II in Meat Processing (Food Services) 12 months Multimedia - Level 2 CUF20107 Certificate II in Creative Industries (Media) 12 months Salon Assistant - Level 2 SHB20216 Certificate II in Hairdressing 12 months Tourism - Level 3 SIT30112 Certificate III in Tourism 18 months Vehicle Servicing - Level 2 AUR20516 Certificate II in Automotive Servicing Technology 12 months Warehousing and Storage - Level 2 TLI21616 Certificate II in Warehousing Operations 12 months FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT YOUR VET COORDINATOR

VET IN SCHOOLS 2018 PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES Phone: 1800 001 001 southmetrotafe.wa.edu.au Follow us: SMT073-17 South Metropolitan TAFE – RTO: 52787 PLEASE NOTE: The courses listed in the VET in Schools 2018 Pathway Opportunities booklet will run only if there is sufficient demand. New courses may be under development and all courses are subject to change. Please check with your nearest campus for the latest information on courses and course numbers.

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