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If you’re passionate about making a positive difference in your community our Certificate III in Community Services is the course for you. On graduating you’ll have a nationally recognised qualification and be able to seek employment as a community care worker, support worker or client contact officer, or transition to further study.
The Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care will qualify you to work in early childhood education at the level of Educator’s Assistant as well as prepare you for further tertiary study.
By enrolling in the Certificate III in Education Support you’ll begin on a career path that will see you working with teachers to create a positive and productive learning environment. You’ll learn how to support children with additional needs, facilitate educational programs and supervise learning activities.
To study for this Certificate III you will need to be an existing contracted apprentice in the field of electrical fitting. This course will qualify you to manufacture, fit, assemble, erect, operate, test, alter, repair and find fault in electrical equipment found on plant or machinery.
To study for this Certificate III you will need to be an existing contracted apprentice in the field of electrical engineering. This course will qualify you to design, manufacture, install, modify, test, commission and maintain electrical and electronic device systems.
Through this short course you will gain the basic practical and theoretical skills to make simple welds in Stick, MIG and TIG welding processes. It provides a starting point for participants to further study the Certificate III in Engineering as an apprentice or increase their skills in their current occupation.
To study for this Certificate III you will need to be an existing contracted apprentice in the field of mechanical engineering. This course will qualify you to service, maintain and repair heavy earthmoving and agricultural machinery as well as large marine engines, heavy lift vehicles and stationary plant equipment.
The Certificate III in Fitness will qualify you to register under the National Registration Scheme as a National Fitness Instructor. You’ll learn the science of exercise, proper use of exercise equipment, sports first aid and how to develop and roll out fitness programs for clients.