This course caters for those who identify as requiring literacy, numeracy, digital & employability skill development. Participants entering this qualification through the Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program must also be eligible job seekers. Training is structured to develop foundation skills, including reading, writing and numeracy skills, and also includes development of research skills and personal planning. Upon successful completion the Certificate I in General Education for Adults provides a pathway to further training and development of employability skills.
- Literacy skills - learners who successfully complete the reading and writing units will be able to read, comprehend and write a range of familiar and less familiar texts of limited complexity.
- Numeracy skills - the successful completion of the mathematic units continue to develop numeracy skills measurement skills in familiar and routine texts in the following areas: money and numbers, statistics interpretation, graphical representation of data and numerical interpretation.
- Digital literacy skills - further development of the ability to operate a personal computer and use software packages to create digital texts will take place.
- Employability skills - learners will continue to develop the following skills - effective communication; decision making; goal setting; problem solving; collaboration and team work; and reflecting critically on their learning and desired future goals
VU22384 Develop and document a learning plan and portfolio
VU22385 Plan and undertake a project
VU22386 Engage with texts of limited complexity for personal purposes
VU22388 Engage with texts of limited complexity for employment purposes
VU22389 Engage with texts of limited complexity to participate in the community
VU22390 Participate in spoken interactions of limited complexity
VU22391 Create texts of limited complexity for personal purposes
VU22393 Create texts of limited complexity to participate in the workplace
VU22394 Create texts of limited complexity to participate in the community
VU22395 Work with a range of numbers and money in familiar and routine situations
VU22397 Work with measurement in familiar and routine situations
VU22398 Work with and interpret statistical information in familiar and routine texts
VU22400 Work with and interpret numerical information in familiar and routine texts
BSBITU101 Operate a personal computer
VU21666 Participate in job seeking activities
FSKOCM07 Interact effectively with others at work
Additional selectable units may apply.
The assessment will enable students to demonstrate underpinning knowledge, skills and attributes required to meet the course outcomes. A range of assessment strategies to meet different learner needs will be selected, this includes: portfolios of student work, observations of skills, questions to highlight understanding of knowledge gained and participation in class/community projects.
Upon successful completion of this course you will be awarded Certificate I in General Education for Adults.
Successful completion of this course may lead to apprenticeships, traineeships or employment.
- On-campus – The majority of teaching and assessment is conducted on-campus
- McKoy Street, Wodonga Vic (Main campus)
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday; from 9.30am-3.10pm
Government Funded $840.00 (Tuition $840.00, Materials $0.00)
Concession $168.00 (Tuition $168.00, Materials $0.00)
Fee For Service $1,680.00 (Tuition $1,680.00, Materials $0.00)
Fees Additional Information
Eligible job seekers enrolling in the Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program are provided with 650 hours of free training.
How to apply
SEE program applications: Once a job seeker is referred to the SEE program by their Job active provider or Centrelink, a Wodonga TAFE staff member will make contact and organise a pre-training interview to determine course suitability.
General public applications: follow steps 1-3 below.
After this our application is as follows:
1. Apply via the 'Apply online now' button in the course information page.
2. On completion of the pre-training interview , you will be notified of acceptance into the course. You will be provided with a list of the units available to study within your relevant course.
3. Our Customer Service staff will then process your enrolment at which time your fees are payable. You will be provided with a training plan listing the units you are enrolled to study.
Please note: We reserve the right to close course intakes early. Many courses have limited places and high demand. Early applications are recommended. We reserve the right to cancel intakes and courses if there are insufficient student numbers.
In addition to supplied materials, it is recommended you bring:
- A4 lecture note book, or paper
- ruler, pens, pencils, eraser and pencil case
It is recommended that you bring your own laptop or tablet.
Successful completion of this course may lead to further study opportunities in industry areas of personal choice.
When You Can Enrol
Apply online for the course commencing in February 2020
Please fill the below fields then submit your enquiry: