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VET IN SCHOOLS 2018 PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES - STUDY TAFE COURSES WHILE AT SCHOOL SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE COURSES STEM AND DEFENCE PATHWAYS ...
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
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Contents
        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
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SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE
CAMPUSES ARE LOCATED
ACROSS THE SOUTHERN PERTH
METROPOLITAN AREA
ARMADALE CAMPUS
• 40 and 45 Commerce Avenue, Armadale WA 6112
• 145 Jull Street, Armadale WA 6112

BENTLEY CAMPUS
Hayman Road, Bentley WA 6982

                                                                                                    Campus locations
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

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Overview for parents and students
OVERVIEW                                                             ABOUT SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE
This booklet contains information on the range of courses            VET IN SCHOOLS COURSES
offered by South Metropolitan TAFE as Vocational
                                                                     PATHWAYS TO EMPLOYMENT
Education and Training in Schools (VETiS) courses.
                                                                     South Metropolitan TAFE offers industry approved
Information such as delivery locations, costs and uniform            courses that provide relevant workplace skills at
requirements are included to assist schools, teachers,               specialised industry training centres.
parents and students in making the best choices for each
individual.                                                          South Metropolitan TAFE students that complete a
                                                                     qualification will be on a pathway to their chosen career.
With 14 campuses across the Perth metropolitan area,                 Many students gain employment or go onto further
South Metropolitan TAFE is the largest provider of                   training such as our certificates, diplomas, advanced
education and training in Western Australia.                         diplomas, associate degrees or university.
We have hundreds of full-time and part-time nationally               PATHWAYS TO UNIVERSITY
accredited courses, a range of associate degrees and a               South Metropolitan TAFE courses can provide pathways
variety of industry-specific certifications across a broad           to university. On completion of a Certificate IV or Diploma,
range of study areas including:                                      graduates can use their qualification to apply for a wide
•   Aerospace and Logistics                                          range of courses at university.
•   Animals and Environment                                          South Metropolitan TAFE has advanced standing
•   Applied Engineering/Oil and Gas                                  agreements with Murdoch Univeristy, Curtin University,
•   Automotive Technology                                            Edith Cowan University, the University of Notre Dame and
•   Business and Information Technology                              the University of Western Australia in a range of bachelor
•   Building, Construction and Work Safety                           degree courses.
•   Community Services and Health
•   Defence, Mechanical and Fabrication Engineering                  Students graduating from South Metropolitan TAFE’s
•   English and Foundation Skills                                    diploma and advanced diploma courses may gain up
•   Electrotechnology and Plumbing                                   to one year credit in bachelor degrees of 3 to 4 years.
•   Fashion and Personal Services                                    For more information about South Metropolitan TAFE’s
•   Hospitality and Culinary Arts                                    university pathways please call 1800 001 001 or go to
•   Maritime Studie                                                  southmetrotafe.wa.edu.au
•   Oil and Gas Process Engineering
•   Science                                                          FEES AND CHARGES
•   Tourism                                                          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.

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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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SPOTLIGHT ON DEFENCE
AND RELATED INDUSTRIES

             Marine Industry
         School Pathways Program
                     Supporting Science, Technology,
                  Engineering and Mathematics pathways

                  National Sponsor

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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

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SUBMARINE MAINTENANCE                                                DEFENCE TRADES
Defence submarine maintenance includes the                           The defence industry offers a wide variety of trade
maintenance and repair of electrical control systems                 opportunities, allowing you to specialise in all aspects of
and mechanical systems to ensure the efficient                       mechanical, electrical, fabrication, fitting and machining,
running of a submarine vessel. Specialisations include               refrigeration, air-conditioning, and instrumentation
engineering, fitting, machining and fabrication in addition          applications as they apply to defence systems, craft,
to the maintenance and repair of systems, navigation,                vehicles and plant. Our courses are nationally accredited
communications, operating surveillance equipment and                 but additionally the skills you acquire are easily
other electronic systems on board.                                   transferable worldwide.

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

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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

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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

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COURSES
MEA20415                                                                          CAMPUS
                                                                                  Jandakot, Aerospace Training Centre
Certificate II in
                                                                                  ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS
Aeroskills (Aeroskills                                                            Material fee $30
Mechanical                                                                        UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE
Pre-Apprenticeship)                                                               EQUIPMENT
This one year qualification for Year 11 or 12 students                            PPE provided by South Metropolitan TAFE:
provides the initial skills and knowledge required for a                          • Hearing protection
highly sought after career in aircraft maintenance, as well                       • Safety goggles
as a pathway into an apprenticeship.                                              • Overalls
                                                                                  • Hi-vis shirt or polo shirt
Students will learn about the fundamentals of aircraft
engines, airframes, electrical systems, instrumentation, gas                      STUDENTS TO SUPPLY AND WEAR/BRING:
turbines, piston engines, hydraulics, mechanical control                          • Steel capped footwear that complies with Australian
systems, safe work practices, test equipment and more.                              Safety Standards

Students will gain invaluable practical experience in an                          WORK PRACTICE
operational aircraft hangar workshop, enabling them to                            Students will undertake work practice in the simulated
learn the necessary hand skills and standards that are                            work environment at Jandakot campus hangar as part
required in the industry.                                                         of the normal delivery of the course.
Upon successful completion students will receive course                           JOB OUTCOMES
credit into South Metropolitan TAFE’s Certificate IV
                                                                                  Assistant Hangar Technician, Assistant Mechanical
in Aeroskills (if selected by an employer as an aircraft
                                                                                  Technician
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)

                              PATHWAYS
                               AEROSPACE
                                 SCHOOL YR 11/12               SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE                      UNIVERSITY

                                AVI30116                 AVI30116                 AVI40408
                                Certificate III          Certificate III          Certificate IV in
                                in Aviation              in Aviation              Aviation (Ground
                                (Cabin Crew)             (Cabin Crew)             Operations and
                                (while at school)        (full-time at TAFE)      Service)

                                                                                  MEA40615
                                                                                  Certificate IV in
                                                                                                               U N I V E R S I T Y

                                                                                  Aeroskills (Avionics)
                                                                                  **Apprenticeship**
                                MEA20415                 MEA20415
                                Certificate II in        Certificate II in
                                Aeroskills [Aeroskills   Aeroskills [Aeroskills
                                Mechanical Pre-          Mechanical Pre-
                                Apprenticeship]          Apprenticeship]          MEA40715
                                                                                  Certificate IV
                                (while at school)        (full-time at TAFE)
                                                                                  in Aeroskills
                                                                                  (Mechanical)
                                                                                  **Apprenticeship**

                                                                                  52738WA
                                                                                  Advanced Diploma
                                                                                  of Aeronautics (Airline
                                                                                  Transport Pilot)

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COURSES
ACM20110                                                                            ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS
                                                                                    Not applicable
Certificate II in
                                                                                    UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE
Animal Studies                                                                      EQUIPMENT
This qualification will provide students with the practical                         Students to supply and wear/bring:
skills and knowledge to assist in a kennel, cattery or other                        • Enclosed footwear at all times
animal care establishments such as a VET Practice.                                  • Appropriate clothing for all indoor and outdoor
                                                                                      activities.
Students will learn skills in animal care, carrying out
reception duties, how to respond to emergencies and                                 WORK PRACTICE
follow safety procedures in animal care workplaces.
                                                                                    It is a requirement that students undertake the Workplace
QUALIFICATION DURATION                                                              Learning Course through their school in an animal
                                                                                    care environment for a minimum of 40 hours whilst
6 months
                                                                                    undertaking the course.
DELIVERY INFORMATION                                                                Students will be required to document their work practice
Thursday 8:00am – 5:00pm                                                            hours and provide their lecturer with a copy.
• Term 1 and Term 3: Study will commence Semester 1                                 Recommended students undertake work practice in term
  week 1 and ends Semester 2 week 10; or                                            2 or term 3 when not attending TAFE.
• Term 2 and Term 4: Study will commence Semester 1                                 JOB OUTCOMES
  week 11 and end Semester 2 week 20.
                                                                                    Animal Care Attendant, Animal Shelter Attendant, Kennel
CAMPUS                                                                              Hand, Cattery Attendant, Pet Shop Attendant, Assistant
                                                                                    Grooming Attendant, Pet Exerciser.
Peel

                          PATHWAYS
                           ANIMAL STUDIES
                            SCHOOL YR 11/12                           SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE                       UNIVERSITY

                                                                          ACM30612
                                                                          Certificate III in
                                                                          Pet Grooming

                            ACM20110            ACM20110                  ACM30410              ACM40310
                            Certificate II in   Certificate II in         Certificate III in    Certificate IV
                                                                                                                       U N I V E R S I T Y

                            Animal Studies      Animal Studies            Companion Animal      in Companion
                            (while at school)   (full-time at TAFE)       Services              Animal Services
                                                                                                **not for general
                                                                                                entry**

                                                                                                ACM40412
                                                                                                Certificate IV
                                                                                                in Veterinary
                                                                                                Nursing

                                                                                                ACM50512
                                                                                                Diploma of
                                                                                                Veterinary
                                                                                                Nursing (General
                                                                                                Practice)
                                                                                                **not for general
                                                                                                entry**

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MST20616                                                                 • Students may enrol in the Thursday and Friday classes
                                                                           and complete the full qualification in one year; or
Certificate II in                                                        • Students may enrol in either the Thursday (construction)
Applied Fashion Design                                                     or Friday (pattern-making) classes and complete the full
                                                                           qualification over two years
and Technology                                                             (both a Thursday and Friday class must be undertaken
South Metropolitan TAFE offers an exciting new                             during this two year period).
pathway of learning which incorporates all aspects                       CAMPUS
of the fashion production process - from design
principles to construction techniques and from fibre                     Bentley
and fabric research to pattern-making and drafting.                      ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS
Main areas of study include:                                             Class kits and fabric samples of approximately $150
• Design                                                                 for both Thursday and Friday classes, to be paid on the
• Construction (woven and knit)                                          first day.
• Pattern-making
                                                                         • Thursday class: students will be required to purchase
• Sustainability
                                                                           materials depending on their chosen garments.
• Occupational health and safety
                                                                         • Friday class: students may be required to purchase
• Textile Development
                                                                           further design and patternmaking equipment for
• Fashion Design Process
                                                                           project work.
• Electronic design tools
• Hand finishing techniques                                              UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE
QUALIFICATION DURATION                                                   EQUIPMENT:
1 or 2 years                                                             Students to supply and wear/bring:

                                                                         •     Appropriate clothing
DELIVERY INFORMATION
                                                                         •     Closed in shoes
• Thursday 9:00am – 4:00pm                                               •     Hair tied back
• Friday 9:00am – 3:30pm                                                 •     Minimal jewellery
If undertaking two years of study:                                       WORK PRACTICE
• 1st year: Study will commence Semester 1 week 2                        Not applicable
  and end Semester 2 week 10 (1 day per week)
                                                                         JOB OUTCOMES
• 2nd year: Study will commence Semester 1 week 2                        Assistant Fashion Designer, Textile Print Designer
  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)

    PATHWAYS
     FASHION
      SCHOOL YR 11/12                                   SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE                                                   UNIVERSITY
                                                                                                                                     U N I V E R S I T Y

      MST20616                                           MST40516                  MST50116           MST60116
      Certificate II in                                  Certificate IV in         Diploma of         Advanced Diploma
      Applied Fashion                                    Applied Fashion           Applied Fashion    of Applied Fashion
      Design and                                         Design and                Design and         Design and
      Technology                                         Merchandising             Merchandising      Merchandising
      (while at school)                                  (full-time at TAFE)                          **not for general entry**

* Refer to South Metropolitan TAFE 2018 Course Guide
  for the latest entry requirements for these courses

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AUR20916                                                              ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS
                                                                      C grade or above in Year 10 maths and satisfactory
Certificate II in                                                     english/literacy skills. Due to the technical nature of the
Automotive Body Repair                                                industry students are required to have comprehensive
                                                                      understanding of mathematical and literacy skills
Technology (Vehicle Body                                              ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS
Painting Pre-Apprenticeship)                                          • Materials fee approximately $50
This qualification will provide students with the practical           UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE
skills and knowledge to work in the automotive                        EQUIPMENT
mechanical trades, light and heavy vehicle.
                                                                      Students to supply and wear/bring:
Students will learn how to prepare spray painting
materials and equipment, how to prepare vehicle                       • Steel capped footwear that complies with Australian
components for painting, how to remove and tag vehicle                  Safety Standards
body components, about masking, safe work practices                   • Safety glasses
and much more.                                                        • Overalls or cotton drill pants
                                                                      • Short sleeve shirt
QUALIFICATION DURATION                                                • Pen, pencil, paper
1 year                                                                • 2 ring binder
                                                                      • Basic calculator
DELIVERY INFORMATION
                                                                      WORK PRACTICE
Thursday and Friday, 8:00am – 3:45pm
                                                                      South Metropolitan TAFE will work with the student in
Study will commence Semester 1 week 3 and end                         finding suitable work practice.
Semester 2 week 10 (1 day per week)
                                                                      Students will undertake work practice as part of the
CAMPUS                                                                normal delivery of the course.
Carlisle
                                                                      JOB OUTCOMES
                                                                      Auto Body Repairer/Painter.

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                                                  PATHWAYS
                                                   AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY
                                                    SCHOOL YR 11/12                           SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE

                                                    AUR20916              AUR20916                 AUR32116
                                                    Certificate II in     Certificate II in        Certificate III in
                                                    Automotive Body       Automotive Body          Automotive Body
                                                    Repair Technology     Repair Technology        Repair Technology
                                                    [Panel Beating        [Panel Beating
                                                    Pre-Apprenticeship]                            **Apprenticeship**
                                                                          Pre-Apprenticeship]
                                                    (while at school)     (full-time at TAFE)
                                                                                                   AUM30213
                                                    AUM20213              AUM20213                 Certificate III in Automotive
                                                    Certificate II        Certificate II           Manufacturing Technical
                                                    in Automotive         in Automotive            Operations - Bus, Truck
                                                    Manufacturing         Manufacturing            and Trailer
                                                    Production - Bus,     Production - Bus,
                                                    Truck and Trailer                              **Apprenticeship**
                                                                          Truck and Trailer
                                                    [Vehicle Body-        [Vehicle Body
                                                    Building Pre-                                  MSM31115
                                                                          Building Pre-
                                                    Apprenticeship]                                Certificate III in
                                                                          Apprenticeship]
                                                    (while at school)                              Recreational Vehicle
                                                                          (full-time at TAFE)
                                                                                                   Manufacturing
                                                                                                   **Traineeship**

                                                                                                   AUR32416
                                                                                                   Certificate III
                                                                                                   in Automotive
                                                                          AUR20916                 Refinishing
                                                                          Certificate II in        Technology
                                                                          Automotive Body          **Apprenticeship**
                                                                          Repair Technology
                                                                          [Vehicle Body
                                                                                                   MSM30216
                                                                          Painting Pre-
                                                                                                   Certificate III in
                                                                          Apprenticeship]
                                                                                                   Surface Preparation
                                                                          (full-time at TAFE)      and Coating
                                                                                                   Application
                                                                                                   **Traineeship**

                                                                          AUR20416                 AUR30316
                                                                          Certificate II           Certificate III
                                                                          in Automotive            in Automotive
                                                                          Electrical Technology    Electrical
                                                                          [Automotive Electrical   Technology
                                                                          Pre-apprenticeship]      **Apprenticeship**
                                                                          (full-time at TAFE)
                                                                                                   AUR30616               AUR40216
                                                                                                   Certificate III in     Certificate IV
                                                                                                   Light Vehicle          in Automotive
                                                                                                   Mechanical             Mechanical
                                                                                                   Technology             Diagnosis
                                                    AUR20716                                       **Apprenticeship**     **Apprenticeship**
                                                    Certificate II
                                                    in Automotive         AUR20516
                                                    Vocational                                     AUR30716
                                                                          Certificate II
                                                    Preparation                                    Certificate III in
                                                                          in Automotive
                                                                                                   Outdoor Power
                                                    (while at school      Servicing
                                                                                                   Equipment
                                                    – then move into      Technology
                                                                                                   Technology
                                                    any of the pre-       [Light Vehicle
                                                                          Servicing Pre-           **Apprenticeship**
                                                    apprenticeship
                                                    courses listed        Apprenticeship]
                                                    here – full-time at   (full-time at TAFE)      AUR30816
                                                    TAFE)                                          Certificate III
                                                                                                   in Motorcycle
                                                                                                   Mechanical
                                                                                                   Technology
                                                                                                   **Apprenticeship**

                                                                                                   AUR31116
                                                                                                   Certificate III in
                                                                                                   Heavy Commercial
                                                                          AUR20516                 Vehicle Mechanical
                                                                          Certificate II           Technology
                                                                          in Automotive
                                                                          Servicing                **Apprenticeship**
                                                                          Technology
                                                                          [Heavy Vehicle           AUR31216
                                                                          Servicing Pre-           Certificate III
                                                                          Apprenticeship]          in Mobile Plant
                                                                          (full-time at TAFE)      Technology
                                                                                                   **Apprenticeship**

                                                                          MEM20105                 MEM30205                MEM40105
                                                                          Certificate II           Certificate III in      Certificate IV
                                                                          in Engineering           Engineering -           in Engineering
                                                                          [Mechanical-Plant        Mechanical Trade        [Maintenance]
                                                                          Mechanic] Pre-           [Plant Mechanic ZG/Z    **Apprenticeship**
                                                                          Apprenticeship           **Apprenticeship**
                                                                          (full-time at TAFE)
                                                                          AUR20216
                                                                          Certificate II in
                                                                          Automotive Air
                                                                          Conditioning
                                                                          Technology

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AUR20916                                                              ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS
                                                                      C grade or above in Year 10 Maths and satisfactory
Certificate II in                                                     English/literacy skills. Due to the technical nature of the
Automotive Body Repair                                                industry students are required to have comprehensive
                                                                      mathematical and literacy skills.
Technology (Panel Beating                                             ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS
Pre-Apprenticeship)                                                   Material fee approximately $50
Autobody Repairers carry out smash repairs and                        UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE
maintenance work on all types of vehicles. They remove                EQUIPMENT
dents by metal finishing, straighten body chassis using
                                                                      Students to supply and wear/bring:
state of the art alignment equipment, repair and refit
corroded panels by fabricating body panels and fill minor             • Steel capped footwear that complies with Australian
dents with body filler.                                                 Safety Standards
                                                                      • Safety glasses
May not be suitable for Year 12 students as the course                • Overalls or cotton drill pants
finishes after the School Curriculum and Standards                    • Short sleeve shirt
Authority resulting deadline.                                         • Pen, pencil, paper
                                                                      • 2 ring binder
QUALIFICATION DURATION                                                • Basic calculator
1 year
                                                                      WORK PRACTICE
DELIVERY INFORMATION                                                  South Metropolitan TAFE will work with the student in
Thursday and Friday, 8:00am – 3:45pm                                  finding suitable work practice.
Study will commence Semester 1 week 3 and end                         Students will undertake work practice as part of the
Semester 2 week 13 (2 days per week)                                  normal delivery of the course.

CAMPUS                                                                JOB OUTCOMES
Carlisle                                                              Auto Body Repairer/Painter

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AUR20716                                                      QUALIFICATION DURATION
                                                              1 year
Certificate II in
                                                              DELIVERY INFORMATION
Automotive Vocational                                         Thursday or Friday, 8:00am – 3:45pm
Preparation                                                   Study will commence Semester 1 week 3 and end
This qualification aims to provide students with the          Semester 2 week 10 (1 day per week)
initial automotive employability skills and knowledge
that prospective employers are looking for. It enhances
                                                              CAMPUS
apprenticeship opportunities in the automotive retail,        Carlisle, Kwinana, Thornlie
service and repair sectors of the industry.
                                                              ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS
This qualification is designed to reflect the role of entry   C grade or above in Year 10 Maths and satisfactory
level employees who perform routine tasks under               English/literacy skills. Due to the technical nature
direct supervision in the industry sector.                    of the industry students are required to have
                                                              comprehensive mathematical and literacy skills.
Students will:

• Gain a feel for the automotive industry in a simulated
                                                              ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS
  workshop                                                    Text book approximate cost of $60
• Learn basic use of automotive workshop equipment,
  safe work practices and manual handling skills
                                                              UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE
• Learn the basic purpose and features of vehicle
                                                              EQUIPMENT
  systems                                                     Students to supply and wear/bring:

Each campus will be conducting a different focus:             • Steel capped footwear that complies with
                                                                Australian Safety Standards
• Carlisle: Light Automotive Mechanical Focus                 • Safety glasses
• Kwinana: Light Automotive, Heavy Automotive                 • Overalls or cotton drill pants
  and Auto Electrical (rotational).                           • Industrial shirt
• Thornlie: Heavy Vehicles both on and off road (with         • Pen, pencil, paper
  exposure to trucks, bulldozers, excavators and              • 2 ring binder
  loaders)                                                    • Basic calculator

                                                              WORK PRACTICE
                                                              Not applicable

                                                              JOB OUTCOMES
                                                              Mechanic’s assistant

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AUM20213                                                              QUALIFICATION DURATION
                                                                      1 year
Certificate II in
                                                                      DELIVERY INFORMATION
Automotive Manufacturing                                              Thursday and Friday, 8:00am – 4:30pm
Production Bus, Truck                                                 Study will commence Semester 1 week 3 and end
& Trailer [Vehicle                                                    Semester 2 week 15 (2 days per week)

Body Building] Pre-                                                   CAMPUS
Apprenticeship                                                        Thornlie

This course will provide students with an introduction                ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS
to the vehicle body building trade whch is responsible                Material fee of approximately $50
for on road manufacture of buses, trucks, trailers and
any heavy on road vehicles.                                           UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE
                                                                      EQUIPMENT
Vehicle body building covers many areas of                            Students to supply and wear/bring:
manufacturing including welding, oxy cutting, use
                                                                      • Steel capped footwear that complies with
of power tools, reading and interpreting drawings,
                                                                        Australian Safety Standards
electrics, manufacture and fit semi-trailer components
                                                                      • Safety glasses
and some spray painting.
                                                                      • Overalls or cotton drill pants
                                                                      • Long sleeve industrial shirt
This course offers students flexibility into a multitude
of trade pathways (see page 18).
                                                                      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

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AVI30116                                                                            ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS
                                                                                    Students need to undertake an aptitude test and be
Certificate III in                                                                  interviewed for selection. Students must also be able to
Aviation (Cabin Crew)                                                               work in confined spaces and be physically fit.

This course is designed for Year 12 students who are
                                                                                    ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS
seeking an exciting career in the aviation industry as                              Materials of approximately $125 (includes South
Cabin Crew (Flight Attendants).                                                     Metropolitan TAFE supplied uniform)

The majority of the practical training will be conducted                            UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE
on South Metropolitan TAFE’s very own Boeing 737. Its                               EQUIPMENT
full-length cabin includes business and economy class                               Students to supply bring/wear:
seating, operational galleys, cabin service equipment
and PA system.                                                                      • Black closed-toe, low-heel dress shoes
                                                                                    • South Metropolitan TAFE supplied uniform
Students will learn how to evacuate down a slide,                                   • Students must maintain a high standard of personal
about (simulated) cabin fires with smoke, fire fighting,                              grooming. Males must be clean shaven and females will
ditching and life raft training. The practical skills and                             need to wear make-up
knowledge gained in this qualification will be used to
facilitate the safety and comfort of passengers and                                 WORK PRACTICE
other crew members.                                                                 Not applicable
QUALIFICATION DURATION                                                              JOB OUTCOMES
1 year                                                                              Flight Attendant, Senior Flight Attendant
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

                                PATHWAYS
                                 AEROSPACE
                                  SCHOOL YR 11/12                SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE                        UNIVERSITY

                                  AVI30116                 AVI30116                   AVI40408
                                  Certificate III          Certificate III            Certificate IV in
                                  in Aviation              in Aviation                Aviation (Ground
                                  (Cabin Crew)             (Cabin Crew)               Operations and
                                  (while at school)        (full-time at TAFE)        Service)

                                                                                      MEA40615
                                                                                      Certificate IV in
                                                                                                                   U N I V E R S I T Y

                                                                                      Aeroskills (Avionics)
                                                                                      **Apprenticeship**
                                  MEA20415                 MEA20415
                                  Certificate II in        Certificate II in
                                  Aeroskills [Aeroskills   Aeroskills [Aeroskills
                                  Mechanical Pre-          Mechanical Pre-
                                  Apprenticeship]          Apprenticeship]            MEA40715
                                                                                      Certificate IV
                                  (while at school)        (full-time at TAFE)
                                                                                      in Aeroskills
                                                                                      (Mechanical)
                                                                                      **Apprenticeship**

                                                                                      52738WA
                                                                                      Advanced Diploma
                                                                                      of Aeronautics (Airline
                                                                                      Transport Pilot)

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52821WA                                                                         CAMPUS
                                                                                Jandakot, Aerospace Training Centre
Certificate III in Aviation
                                                                                ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS
(Support Services and                                                           Students are required to undertake an aptitude test and
Operations)                                                                     be interviewed for selection.

South Metropolitan TAFE intends to offer this accredited                        ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS
course in 2018. This two year qualification is designed for                     Text books approximately $75
year 11 students who want to complete further studies to
become a Commercial Pilot in the aviation industry.                             UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE
                                                                                EQUIPMENT
Whilst training in an airport environment, students will
                                                                                Students to supply/wear:
learn about aircraft, aerodynamics, navigation, as well
as aviation first aid, dangerous good handling, aircraft                        • Black closed-toe dress shoes
refuelling, basic fire extinguisher training and more.                          • South Metropolitan TAFE supplied pilot uniform
Students successfully completing this course receive                            WORK PRACTICE
credit towards the Diploma of Aviation (Commercial Pilots
                                                                                As part of course delivery, students will undertake two,
License) and a number of other aviation qualifications.
                                                                                one week blocks of work practice in the second year
QUALIFICATION DURATION                                                          (during the July and October holidays).
2 years                                                                         JOB OUTCOMES
DELIVERY INFORMATION                                                            Aircraft Baggage Handler, Airline Ground Crew
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.

                              PATHWAYS
                               AVIATION
                                 SCHOOL YR 11/12            SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE                 UNIVERSITY

                                                                              AVI50215 or
                                                                              AVI50315
                                                                              Diploma of Aviation
                                                                              (Commercial Pilot
                                                      (Satisfied entry        License)
                                                      requirements)           - Aeroplane/
                                                                              helicopter

                                                      AVI40408                AVI50616
                                                      Certificate IV in       Diploma of Aviation
                                                                                                       U N I V E R S I T Y

                                                      Aviation (Aviation      (Aviation
                                                      Supervision)            Management)

                                 52821WA
                                 Certificate III in
                                 Aviation (Support
                                 Services and
                                 Operations)
                                                      MEA40615
                                 (while at school)    Certificate IV in
                                                      Aeroskills (Avionics)
                                                      **Apprenticeship**

                                                      MEA40715
                                                      Certificate IV
                                                      in Aeroskills
                                                      (Mechanical)
                                                      **Apprenticeship**

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52825WA                                                          QUALIFICATION DURATION
                                                                 2 year
Certificate II in Building
                                                                 DELIVERY INFORMATION
and Construction (Pathway –                                      Friday 9:00am – 3:30pm
Para Professional)                                               • 1st Year – Study will commence Semester 1 Week
A career in construction isn’t all about working in the            2 - End Semester 2 Week 16
trades. If you’re interested in working in the service           • 2nd Year –Study will commence Semester 1 Week
and/or administrative side of WA’s fast-paced and                  2 - End Semester 2 Week 10
dynamic construction industry this qualification is for
you. This two-year para-professional qualification has
                                                                 CAMPUS
been specifically designed for school students who               Thornlie
are interested in a non-trade career in the construction
industry. Several of the competencies included in this
                                                                 ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS
qualification provide a foundation for higher level units in     Textbooks approximately $70
the Certificate IV in Building and Construction and lead to
                                                                 UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE
Diploma of Building Surveying with career opportunities in
areas including
                                                                 EQUIPMENT
                                                                 Students to supply and wear/bring:
•   Estimating
•   Scheduling                                                   • Pen, pencil, paper
•   Purchasing/procurement                                       • 2 ring binder
•   Drafting                                                     • Basic calculator
•   Site supervision and management
                                                                 WORK PRACTICE
You will learn how to:                                           In addition the course will include a total of 110 hrs
                                                                 work placement with major contractors companies.
•   Develop residential building industry knowledge
                                                                 The students will gain a valuable insight to the
•   Produce appropriate word processed documents
                                                                 construction industry practices working alongside
•   Communicate in the workplace
                                                                 experienced professionals. South Metropolitan TAFE
•   Carry out basic measurements and calculations for
                                                                 will work with the student in finding suitable work
    residential buildings
                                                                 practice.
•   Read and interpret plans and specifications
•   Participate in OHS processes                                 JOB OUTCOMES
•   Apply knowledge of residential building processes and
                                                                 Pre-Start Consultant, Contract Administrator,
    materials
                                                                 construction-related off-site support role
•   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

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                                      AND CONSTRUCTION PATHWAYS
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                                 PATHWAYS
                                  BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION
                                    SCHOOL YR 11/12                           SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE

                                                          52824WA                      CPC30111
                                                          Certificate II in Building   Certificate III
                                                          and Construction             in Bricklaying/
                                                          (Pathway - Trades)           Blocklaying
                                                          [Brick and Block             **Apprenticeship**
                                                          Laying Pre-
                                                          Apprenticeship]

                                                          52824WA                      CPC31211
                                                          Certificate II in Building   Certificate III in Wall
                                                          and Construction             and Ceiling Lining
                                                          (Pathway - Trades)           **Apprenticeship**
                                                          [Wall and Ceiling
                                                          Lining Pre-
                                                          Apprenticeship]

                                                          52824WA                      CPC31311                  CPC30211
                                                          Certificate II in Building   Certificate III in Wall   Certificate III in
                                                          and Construction             and Floor Tiling          Carpentry
                                                          (Pathway - Trades)           **Apprenticeship**        **not for general
                                                          [Wall and Floor                                        entry, RPL only**”
                                                          Tiling Pre-
                                   52824WA                Apprenticeship]
                                   Certificate II in
                                   Building and                                        CPC31011
                                                          AA33
                                   Construction                                        Certificate III in
                                                          Certificate II in Building
                                   (Pathway -                                          Solid Plastering
                                                          and Construction
                                   Trades)
                                                          (Pathway - Trades)           **Apprenticeship**
                                   (while at school       [Solid Plastering
                                   – then move into       Pre-Apprenticeship]
                                   any of the pre-
                                   apprenticeship
                                   courses listed here,
                                                          52824WA                      CPC32011
                                   full-time at TAFE)
                                                          Certificate II in Building   Certificate III in
                                                          and Construction             Carpentry and
                                                          (Pathway - Trades)           Joinery
                                                          [Carpentry and Joinery       **Apprenticeship**
                                                          Pre-Apprenticeship]

                                                          MSF20313                     MSF31113
                                                          Certificate II in            Certificate III in
                                                          Furniture Making             Cabinet Making
                                                          [Cabinet Making/             **Apprenticeship**
                                                          Furniture Making
                                                          Pre-Apprenticeship]

                                                          52824WA                      CPC30611                  52784WA
                                                          Certificate II in Building   Certificate III           Course In Painters’
                                                          and Construction             in Painting and           Registration
                                                          (Pathway - Trades)           Decorating                **not for general
                                                          [Painting and                **Apprenticeship**        entry**”
                                                          Decorating Pre-
                                                          Apprenticeship]

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52824WA                                                  • Armadale Senior High School Trade Training Centre –
                                                           Thursday and Friday 8:30am – 3:00pm
Certificate II in                                          South Metropolitan TAFE lecturers deliver, in
                                                           partnership with Armadale Senior High School, at its
Building and Construction                                  state of the art Trade Training Centre)
(Pathway-Trades)                                           1 year: Study will commence Semester 1 week 4 and
                                                           end semester 2 week 4 (2 days per week)
This qualification is designed to provide the
learner with foundation skills therefore enhancing       CAMPUS
apprenticeship prospects in the building and             Armadale Senior High School Trade Training Centre,
construction industry which is experiencing a current    Peel, Rockingham
skills shortage.
                                                         ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS
Students who attend Rockingham or Peel Campus            C grade or above in Year 10 maths and satisfactory
will complete common core competencies shared            English/literacy skills.
between many construction trades, then in the
second year of study they can select a trade pathway     ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS
of either:                                               Not applicable
• Bricklaying and blocklaying, or                        UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE
• Carpentry and joinery.
                                                         EQUIPMENT
Students learn skills in handling construction           Students to supply and wear/bring:
materials, basic hand skills, reading building plans,    • Steel capped footwear that complies with
measuring and calculations. This qualification has         Australian Safety Standards
an emphasis on the practical aspects of building         • Safety glasses
and construction and will include a number of basic      • Overalls or cotton drill pants
construction projects constructed on campus as           • Long sleeve high-vis shirt
part of the training course which complements their      • Pen, pencil, paper
classroom studies.                                       • 2 ring binder
                                                         • Basic calculator
Those students who attend the course delivered at
Armadale Senior High School Trade Training Centre        WORK PRACTICE
attend two days per week can choose between the          It is a requirement that students undertake the Workplace
brick/blocklaying or carpentry and joinery pathway.      Learning Course through their school in a building and
The qualification will be completed in one year.         construction environment for a minimum of 220 hours.
This course is delivered by South Metropolitan TAFE
lecturers, in partnership with Armadale Senior High      Students attending the Armadale Senior High School
School, at its state of the art Trade Training Centre.   Trade Training Centre can commence workplace learning
                                                         from semester 2 week 5 for 2 days a week for the
QUALIFICATION DURATION                                   remainder of the year.
• 1 year: Armadale Senior High School Trade
  Training Centre                                        Students attending Rockingham and Peel campuses
• 2 years: Peel or Rockingham Campus                     can undertake additional workplace learning in the 1st
                                                         year from semester 2 week 7 and in the 2nd year from
DELIVERY INFORMATION                                     semester 2 week 4.
• Rockingham Campus – Thursday 8:30am – 3:00pm
                                                         Students will be required to document their workplace
• Peel Campus – Thursday 8:30am – 3:00pm or              hours and schools to provide TAFE with a copy.
  Friday 8:30am – 3:00pm
                                                         JOB OUTCOMES
  (note second year of delivery will be at Rockingham
  Campus only)                                           Builder’s Labourer, Construction Assistant
  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)

                                           SEE BUILDING
                                    AND CONSTRUCTION PATHWAYS
                                             (PAGE 24)

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COURSES
CHC22015                                                              UNIFORM/PERSONAL PROTECTIVE
                                                                      EQUIPMENT
Certificate II in                                                     Students need to dress to the standard required to
Community Services                                                    work in a child care centre.

This qualification is designed to reflect the role of                 WORK PRACTICE
employees who perform a range of tasks in the industry.               It is a requirement that students undertake the
The focus will be on the early childhood services sector.             work placement learning course with their school.
                                                                      Students will be required to complete 140 hours
QUALIFICATION DURATION                                                in a regulated education and care service (child
1 year                                                                care centre) not a school environment. The
                                                                      students are required to be in a 0-2 year old age
DELIVERY INFORMATION                                                  group during their work placement for at least 120
Fridays, 9:00am – 3:30pm                                              hours. Students must complete all work place
                                                                      tasks outlined within the South Metropolitan TAFE
Study will commence Semester 1 week 2 and end                         training record book as part of their qualification
Semester 2 week 15 (1 day per week)                                   requirements.
CAMPUS                                                                Schools need to ensure that students have all the
Armadale, Rockingham                                                  industry required clearances before commencing
                                                                      work placement.
ADDITIONAL INCIDENTAL COSTS
Students are require to purchase a text book                          JOB OUTCOMES
approx $100                                                           Assistant Community Services Worker

                                                   SEE COMMUNITY
                                                 SERVICES PATHWAYS
                                                      (PAGE 27)

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COURSES

PATHWAYS
EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY SERVICES
SCHOOL YR 11/12                           SOUTH METROPOLITAN TAFE                         UNIVERSITY

CHC22015            CHC30113                                            CHC50113
Certificate II      Certificate III in                                  Diploma of
in Community        Early Childhood                                     Early Childhood
Services            Education and                                       Education and
(while at school)   Care                                                Care
                    (full-time at TAFE)

                                              CHC40113
                                              Certificate IV
                                              in School Age
                                              Education and
                                              Care

                                              CHC43015
                                              Certificate IV in
                                              Ageing Support

                    CHC33015
                    Certificate III in        CHC43115
                    Individual Support        Certificate IV in

                                                                                             U N I V E R S I T Y
                    (full-time at TAFE)       Disability
                    or
                    CHC33015
CHC22015
                    Certificate III in
Certificate II
                    Individual Support
in Community
                    (Disability)
Services                                      CHC43315
                    (full-time at TAFE)       Certificate IV in
(while at school)
                    or                        Mental Health
                    CHC32015
                    Certificate III
                    in Community
                    Services
                    (full-time at TAFE)       CHC42015                  CHC52015
                                              Certificate IV            Diploma of
                                              in Community              Community
                                              Services                  Services

                                              CHC40413
                                              Certificate IV in Youth Work
                                              **not for general entry**”

CHC22015            CHC30213                  CHC40213
Certificate II      Certificate III           Certificate IV
in Community        in Education              in Education
Services            Support                   Support
(while at school)   (full-time at TAFE)

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