Short Courses & Support Programs

To give our students the best chance at reaching their education and career goals, we provide a selection of complementary Support Programs. These programs are designed to help students study effectively, increase their confidence in obtaining employment, and hone the additional skills often required in any workplace.

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Prepare for Employment
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This program takes learners on a deep-dive through the employment market and recruitment process.  You will gain an understanding of your strengths and weaknesses and identify your transferable skills relevant to obtaining employment.  You will learn how to set goals, overcome obstacles and create a short and long-term career plan. 

We then teach you the skills to market yourself to prospective employers; from researching vacancies to developing a professional resume. You will learn how to address key selection criteria and strengthen your job interview skills.  In addition, this program also provides the opportunity to improve your communication and teamwork skills.

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Digital Literacy
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Our digital literacy program is designed to build and improve the basic computing skills required in most workplaces. It also supports learners who will be undertaking a work placement as part of their accredited training.

In this program you will gain more confidence by enhancing your knowledge and skills in powerpoint, managing and storing files, researching industry specific websites and understand how to utilise basic word documents.

You will be able to create, save and retrieve documents, spreadsheets and slide presentations, add diagrams and pictures to your work, and manage emails. 

Study Skills
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Study Skills provides you with the skills to undertake effective note taking, researching, addressing of assessment criteria and complete referencing and bibliographies whilst undertaking assignments.  

It is designed to increase confidence in students who may be engaging in study for the first time and also benefits students from a culturally and linguistically diverse background.

The program also builds critical employability skills such as time management, active listening, presenting, and communication skills.

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Conversational English
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Available 4 days per week, this program is for students who want to feel more confident in their use of English.  It is highly beneficial for students from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) backgrounds.

The program provides classroom-based activities as well as extension activities at home in order to strengthen speaking, listening, reading (comprehension) and writing capabilities.

The program will help you to write and speak clearly and succinctly, comprehend and respond to reading materials, listen effectively for instructions and information and perform effective note-taking.

Homework Club

Funded by bestchance, Homework Club is available 4 days per week for our students studying an accredited course. 

This group program gives you the opportunity to complete homework tasks and assessments in a group environment supported by a qualified Trainer.  

It is an opportunity to ask further questions, clarify instructions, collaborate with your peers and complete course work efficiently. 

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