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TASC courses
May lead to
 
  • Some drawing experience
Technical Graphics 3
  • Further study in design-related areas such as architecture, architectural drafting, engineering, surveying, industrial, product and landscape design.
  • No prior computing experience
Basic Computing 1
  • A workplace that uses information technology or further study in computing.
  • No previous experience
Food and Cooking Essentials 1
  • Further study in other food-related courses.
  • No previous experience
Workshop Techniques - Introduction 1
  • A pathway to further study, a VET course or employment in a practical area
  • No previous experience
Agricultural Enterprise 2
  • Further study and/or a career in agriculture or horticulture.
  • No previous experience
Automotive and Mechanical Technologies 2
  • Further study, including VET courses within the automotive area.
  • No previous experience
Computer Applications 2
  • Further study or employment in a workplace that uses computer applications.
  • Basic computer skills
Computer Graphics and Design - Foundation 2
  • Further study
  • A career in any design-related field including game design, multi-media, environmental design, landscape, fashion design, visual communication, architecture, surveying and engineering.
  • No previous experience
Design and Production 2
  • A range of VET programs in areas such as applied fashion design and technology; art, craft and design; clothing and textiles; construction; engineering; furniture production; manufacturing; or soft furnishings
  • Further study in TASC design based courses.
  • No previous experience
Electronics - Foundation 2
  • Further study
  • Career in electronics or electrical trades.
  • Australian Curriculum: Technologies and Science (year 9/10)
Engineering Design 2
  • Further training in VET, including apprenticeships and traineeships 
  • Agricultural Systems 3, Computer Science 3, Electronics 3, Housing and Design 3, Information Systems and Design Technologies 3, Physical Sciences 3
  • No previous experience
Engineering Design 2
  • Further study in STEM or engineering related areas, including VET courses.
  • An interest in developing ICT skills
Essential Skills - Using Computers and the Internet 2
  • Further study or employment in an area requiring basic computing skills.
  • No previous experience
Food and Hospitality Enterprise 2
  • Pathway to VET courses in Hospitality or Kitchen Operations.
  • No previous experience
Food, Cooking and Nutrition 2
  • Further study in a food related area.
  • No previous experience
Technical Graphics - Foundation 2
  • Further study in TASC design based courses or a VET course in Construction or Engineering.
  • ‘B’ (or ‘C’ in consultation with teachers) in Year 10 Australian Curriculum English
Agricultural Systems 3
  • Further study and/or a career in agriculture, horticulture or environmental science.
  • Good computer skills and an understanding of a design process and their application
    OR
  • Year 9/10 Australian Curriculum Technologies
    OR
  • To have successfully completed Computer Graphics and Design Foundation Level 2, Design and Production Level 2, Housing and Design Level 3, Technical Graphics Level 3
Computer Graphics and Design 3
  • Further study
  • A career in any design-related field including game design, multi-media, environmental design, landscape, fashion design, visual communication, architecture, surveying and engineering.
  • ‘B’ (or ‘C’ in consultation with a teacher) in Year 10 Australian Curriculum Mathematics
  • Some computing skills
Computer Science 3
  • Further study in computing, engineering, the sciences, business and other areas involving analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • A sound background in mathematics
Electronics 3
  • Further study in electronics, electrotechnology computing and electrical engineering
  • Careers in the defence forces.
  • 'B’ in Year 10 Australian Curriculum English (or ‘C’ in consultation with a Food and Nutrition teacher)
Food and Nutrition 3
  • Further study or a career in food and nutrition as well as health and related fields.
  • ‘B’ (or ‘C’ in consultation with teachers) in Year 10 Australian Curriculum English
Housing and Design 3
  • Further study
  • A career in environmental design and architecture, interior design or landscape design.
  • ‘C’ in Year 10 Australian Curriculum English
  • Strong literacy skills
Information Systems and Digital Technologies 3
  • Wide range of study areas and employment including information technology, business, health, law, commerce, engineering, education, arts and sciences.
  • No previous experience
Preliminary Technologies Stage 1
  • Access achievable pathways to further education and training, a range of employment outcomes, or inclusion in appropriate community option settings.
  • No previous experience
Preliminary Technologies Stage 2
  • Access achievable pathways to further education and training, a range of employment outcomes, or inclusion in appropriate community option settings.
  • No previous experience
Preliminary Technologies Stage 3
  • Access achievable pathways to further education and training, a range of employment outcomes, or inclusion in appropriate community option settings.
  • No previous experience
Preliminary Technologies Stage 4
  • Access achievable pathways to further education and training, a range of employment outcomes, or inclusion in appropriate community option settings.
You have
Recognised Formal Learning courses
May lead to
 
  • Some computing background
CISCO IT Essentials 5.0
  • Roles as a network support technician, remote support technician, help desk technician, call centre technician, IT specialist or IT representative.
  • ‘B’ (or ‘C’ in consultation with teachers) in Year 10 Australian Curriculum English and Mathematics
Basic Aeronautical Knowledge 2
  • A career or further study in the aeronautical industry.
  • Basic Aeronautical Knowledge follows the Civil Aviation Safety Authority’s Basic Aeronautical Knowledge syllabus and leads to a qualification which is valid for life.
You have
UTAS course
May lead to
 
  • To have successfully completed Design and Production 2, Housing and Design 3 or Computer Graphics and Design 3 or be demonstrating outstanding progress in Design and Production 2
Object Design (University Connections Program)
  • Future pathways in art and design including degrees in fine arts, contemporary arts, 3D design, furniture, environmental design, architecture and education.
You have
VET courses
May lead to
 
  • An interest in the automotive industry
  • Literacy and numeracy skills
Certificate I in Automotive Vocational Preparation
  • Further study
  • Work in automotive or other areas of interest.
  • An interest in working with metal
  • Some experience with metal (this is an advantage but not essential)
Certificate I in Engineering
  • Further study
  • Work in metal fabrication or other areas of interest.
  • An interest in the automotive industry
  • Literacy and numeracy skills
Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation
  • Further study
  • Work in automotive or other areas of interest.
  • An interest in construction
  • To enjoy working in a practical way
  • Basic literacy and numeracy skills
Certificate II in Construction Pathways
  • Further study
  • Work in construction or other areas of interest.
  • An interest in Electrotechnology
  • Literacy, numeracy and some science skills
Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start)
  • Further study
  • Work in electro technology or other areas of interest.
  • An interest in engineering
  • Good reading and understanding skills
  • Some experience with metal (this is an advantage but not essential)
Certificate II in Engineering Pathways
  • Further study
  • Work in metal fabrication, engineering or other areas of interest.
  • An interest in horticulture
Certificate I in AgriFood Operations
  • Further study
  • Work in horticulture, agriculture or other areas of interest.
  • An interest in construction
Certificate I in Construction
  • Further study
  • Work in construction or other areas of interest.
  • An interest in electrotechnology communications
  • Literacy and numeracy skills
Certificate I in ElectroComms Skills
  • Further study
  • Work in electrotechnology or other areas of interest.
  • An interest in working in the furniture making industry
Certificate I in Furnishing
  • Further study
  • Work in furniture making, construction or other areas of interest.
  • An interest in food preparation and the hospitality industry
Certificate I in Hospitality
  • Further study
  • Work in hospitality or other areas of interest.
  • An interest in information technology
Certificate I in Information, Digital Media and Technology
  • Further study
  • Work in information, digital media and technology or other areas of interest.
  • No previous experience 
Certificate I in Seafood Industry
  • Certificate I in Maritime Operations 
  • Certificate III Post-Harvest traineeship 
  • Further training or employment in aquaculture/maritime industry 
  • An interest in agriculture
Certificate II in Agriculture
  • Further study
  • Work in farming/agriculture or other areas of interest.
  • An interest in aquaculture
  • To enjoy working outdoors
Certificate II in Aquaculture
  • Further study
  • Work in aquaculture or other areas of interest.
  • No previous experience 
Certificate II in Automotive Body Repair Technology
  • Further study in the Automotive Industry at Certificate III level
  • Employment as a painter assistant, detailer, tinter, trimmer assistant or vehicle dismantler 
  • An interest in construction
  • To enjoy working in a practical way
  • Basic literacy and numeracy skills
Certificate II in Construction
  • Further study
  • Work in construction or other areas of interest.
  • To have completed Design and Production 2 in Wood or have high level skills in this field
Certificate II in Furniture Making Pathways
  • Further study
  • Work in, furniture making, construction or other areas of interest.
  • An interest in horticulture
Certificate II in Horticulture
  • Further study
  • Work in horticulture or other areas of interest.
  • An interest in food preparation and the hospitality industry
Certificate II in Hospitality
  • Further study
  • Work in hospitality or other areas of interest.
  • An interest in information technology
Certificate II in Information, Digital Media and Technology
  • Further study
  • Work in information, digital media and technology or other areas of interest.
  • To have an interest in food preparation and hospitality
Certificate II in Kitchen Operations
  • Further study
  • Work in food preparation, hospitality or other areas of interest.
  • An interest in agriculture
Certificate III in Agriculture
  • Further study
  • Work in farming/agriculture or other areas of interest.
No previous experience 
Certificate III in Aviation (Remote Pilot)
Diploma of Aviation 
  • To have completed Certificate 11 in Hospitality or have had recent employment in hospitality
Certificate III in Hospitality
  • Further study
  • Work in hospitality or other areas of interest.
  • Certificate 11 in Information, Digital Media and Technology or equivalent skills
Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology
  • Further study
  • Work in information, digital media and technology or other areas of interest.
No previous experience 
Certificate I in Seafood Industry - Elements of Shipboard Safety (ESS) Skill Set
  • Certificate I in Maritime Operations 
  • Certificate III Post-Harvest traineeship 
  • Further training or employment in the aquaculture/maritime industries 
 
    • An interest in  Information Communication and Technology (ICT)
    • An interest in solving ICT related problems
    • An interest in building computers and components
Certificate II in Applied Digital Technologies
    • Employment in the ICT Industry
    • Cert III in Information Technology (ICT30120)
    • Other TASC courses in Computer Applications 

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Course area: Technologies

Course code: AGR215117

Agricultural Enterprise 2

15 TCE credit points

Level: Level 2

12 Locations

Type: TASC

Hours: 150

Course area: Technologies

Course code: AGR215117

Agricultural Enterprise 2

Intake 2023

15 TCE credit points

Level: Level 2

13 Locations

Type: TASC

Hours: 150

Course area: Technologies

Course code: AGR315117

Agricultural Systems 3

15 TCE credit points

Level: Level 3

5 Locations

Type: TASC

Hours: 150

Standards: ICT

Course area: Technologies

Course code: AGR315117

Agricultural Systems 3

Intake 2023

15 TCE credit points

Level: Level 3

6 Locations

Type: TASC

Hours: 150

Standards: ICT

Course area: Technologies

Course code: AMT215116

Automotive and Mechanical Technologies 2

15 TCE credit points

Level: Level 2

11 Locations

Type: TASC

Hours: 150

Course area: Technologies

Course code: AMT215116

Automotive and Mechanical Technologies 2

Intake 2023

15 TCE credit points

Level: Level 2

10 Locations

Type: TASC

Hours: 150

146 courses