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This course is designed for those who are passionate about animals and want to gain the knowledge and skills required to start their career in animal studies. Learn the foundations of how to care for a range of animals, monitor their health and hygiene, communication, and learning handling and restraint techniques.
If you’re a qualified mechanic or auto electrician looking to improve your employment prospects by specialising, this Certificate II could be the option for you. This upskilling course will equip you with the skills and knowledge to service and repair air conditioning in cars and heavy vehicles.
This course is designed to provide the transition from school to employment and serves as an introduction to the automotive trade area. In this course you’ll learn the basics of motor mechanics including maintenance and service procedures, workplace safety and electrical fundamentals.
In this part-time Certificate II you will learn how to plan residential drainage systems, install sewer and stormwater drainage, and carry out levelling. On successful completion of this course you will be eligible to apply to the Plumbing Industry Council for an interim Drainers Licence.
Can’t wait to start your career as an electrician? The Certificate II in Electrotechnology is the perfect study option for you. Designed as a transition from school to employment, you’ll learn fundamental workplace safety as well as basic skills and knowledge to prepare you for an apprenticeship in an electrotechnology field.
Improve your prospects of securing an apprenticeship and gain basic skills in engineering and manufacturing by enrolling in the Certificate II in Engineering Pathways. On graduating from this course you’ll be equipped with underpinning skills and knowledge in a range of engineering and manufacturing tasks.
Designed as a transition from school to employment this study program gives students a taste of what it’s like to work in hospitals and the health care sector. Students will be taught to recognise healthy body systems, comprehend basic medical terminology, understand infection control, provide client services and manage challenging behaviour.
Get your foot in the door of the hospitality industry with the Certificate II in Hospitality. In this entry-level course you’ll learn how to make the perfect coffee as well as how to mix non-alcoholic drinks and wait on tables in a restaurant, café or bistro.
Learn the skills to work in a commercial kitchen in the Certificate II in Kitchen Operations. You'll study food preparation and cooking along with the practical and theoretical skills you'll need to work effectively in a commercial kitchen including hygiene, health/safety and security procedures.
This course offers an excellent pathway to a marine apprenticeship. It covers the skills and knowledge required to perform a limited range of mechanical service tasks within the marine industry.