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Whether you are a student in Year 11 or 12, returning to education after a break, or are interested re-skilling, up-skilling, or furthering your education, there are a wide range of programs and courses available for you to choose from to get the qualifications and skills you need for your future.

Year 11 and 12 TCE and VET

The 2013 Course Guide is an important tool for you to use in planning your course of study in Years 11 and 12.  It provides information on the wide range of TCE courses and VET programs available in 2013.

Download a full copy of the 2013 Course Guide: Your Guide to Further Education and Training in Years 11 and 12 or browse the course offerings by subject.

Course information:


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 Vocational Education and Training

The Tasmanian Polytechnic currently deliver more than 300 vocational qualifications from Certificate I to Advanced Diploma across broad industry areas ranging from health and beauty, business and hospitality to ecotourism, built environment and laboratory operations.

Check out the 2012 Polytechnic Handbook for information on admission and entry requirements, foundation programs and student support, or visit the courses and career information section of the Polytechnic website to search the database for programs on offer in your region.


The Tasmanian Skills Institute provides a range of short courses specific to your needs or those of business and industry.

With expertise in over 30 industry sectors, the Tasmanian Skills Institute provides training and assessment services and delivers over 600 training products that can be customised to meet the needs of business.
To find out what courses are available, visit the Tasmanian Skills Institute course-finder and browse the courses online.

Adult and Community Education

LINC Tasmania offers a range of services that include employment courses, one to one support, help with reading, writing and maths, leisure and lifestyle courses and small group training for those who want to learn in an informal environment. 

Check out the LearnXpress course guide or the “learn” section of the LINC Tasmania website to see the full range of courses available.

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