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Skill sets and short courses

Skill set
A skill set is a great way to complete units of competency in short blocks of study. Like a short course, a skill set can be studied part-time or full-time but has a much shorter duration. Skill sets are designed to allow you to pick up blocks of units and build your skills in a pathway to a full qualification, while allowing you to continue working full-time or away. They are also ideal in helping businesses fill skills gaps quickly or in assisting employees to aim for their next career step. Skill sets can be full-time when they involve more than 12 hours tutorial time a week, or part-time for any other shorter attendance per week. They can vary in duration from 1 or 2 days to 10 weeks, depending on how regularly you will be required to study.

Short course
Short courses help you build skills for enjoyment or to explore your passions. A short course sometimes does not have any units of competency or just one or two blended with other units that allow personal or hobby development. In some cases, short courses while not always including nationally accredited units, can be designed to gain accreditation or licensing by industry bodies for safety or industrial purposes. Short courses can be full-time when they involve more than 12 hours tutorial time a week, or part-time for any other shorter attendance per week. They can vary in duration from 1 or 2 days to 10 weeks, depending on how regularly you will be required to study.

Skill sets and short courses

Use the filter below to explore the range of short courses and skill sets.

* Please note that eligibility requirements apply to some of the free training.
National ID: S0088P
State ID: S0088P
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

AMPA Coxswain External

Learn the maritime skills and knowledge to command and operate the engines of a commercial vessel less than 12 metres long and gain your Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) certificate.

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This qualification is for people working in the maritime industry seeking an Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) certificate as a Coxswain Grade 1 NC to command and operate the engines of a vessel less than 12 metres long.

The National Standard for Commercial Vessels (NSCV) Part D—Crew Competencies requires that a seafarer pass this final assessment prior to the issue of a certificate of competency.  The AMSA Mandated Practical Assessment (AMPA) is the practical assessment of your operational skills and knowledge, and knowledge of Australian maritime legislation. 

Refer to the following information for the AMSA Mandated Practical Assessment (AMPA)

2021 Dates:

  • Term 1, starts 8 March
  • Term 2, starts 21 June
  • Term 3, starts 30 August
  • Term 4, starts 6 December

Course cost:

$875.00

Short course
National ID: S0090P
State ID: S0090P
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

AMPA MEDII External

Learn the maritime skills and knowledge to be a chief marine engineer or second marine engineer. Gain the skills to complete the AMSA practical assessment.

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This course is for people wanting to be a chief marine engineer or second marine engineer. 

The National Standard for Commercial Vessels (NSCV) Part D—Crew Competencies requires that a seafarer pass a final AMPA assessment prior to the issue of a certificate of competency. The AMPA is a practical assessment of o the appropriate operational skills and knowledge, and knowledge of Australian maritime legislation.

Refer to the following information for the AMSA Mandated Practical Assessment (AMPA)(opens in a new tab)

2020 & 2021 Dates

Each course runs for 1.5 days on the following dates.

  • 26 and 27 October 2020
  • 23 and 24 November 2020
  • 7 and 8 December 2020
  • 8 and 9 March 2021
  • 21 and 22 June 2021

Cost: $875

 

Short course
National ID: S0177P
State ID: S0177P
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

AMPA Master Under 24m External

Gain the maritime skills and knowledge to master on commercial vessels up to 24 metres long and complete your AMPA assessment. 

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This course is for people wanting to Master on commercial vessels less than 24 metres.

The National Standard for Commercial Vessels (NSCV) Part D—Crew Competencies requires that a seafarer pass a final assessment prior to the issue of a certificate of competency. 

The AMPA is the practical assessment of the appropriate operational skills and knowledge, and knowledge of Australian maritime legislation. 

Refer to the following information for the AMSA Mandated Practical Assessment (AMPA)(opens in a new tab) .  

2020 Dates:

This course runs for 1.5 days on the following dates.

  • 26 and 27 October
  • 23 and 24 November
  • 7 and 8 December

Cost: $875

Short course
National ID: S0124P
State ID: S0124P
Industry Creative Industries
Industry Health, Beauty and Fitness

Advanced Cosmetic Tattooing Techniques

Build on your cosmetic tattooing skills and knowledge with this advanced short course.

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Want to build on your cosmetic tattooing skills and knowledge? 

Become an advanced cosmetic tattooist with this short course.

If you have previously completed the following 2 units then you are eligible to enrol into this course;

  • SHBBSKS003 Design and Provide Cosmetic Tattooing
  • SHBBINF001 Maintain Infection Control Standards

Course overview:

  •  Tattooing Corrections with Camouflage pigments
  •  Eyebrow – ombre design
  •  Feather touch eyebrow design 
  •  Full Lip shading technique 
  •  Advanced Eyeliner Technique
  •  Colour Theory – Study of Pigments with Different Fitzpatrick Skin Types
  • History of Pigments and Safety of Pigments
  •  Allergies associated with pigments
  • Marketing

You are required to provide models for practice and assessments. This will be advised by your lecturer at the first class. The cosmetic tattoo machine previously purchased in the GAB38 Cosmetic Tattooing Skill Set is used in this short course. All other learning material is included in your course. Free parking is available. Security is present on the premises for evening classes.  You will need to be able to speak and understand English.

Course requirements: 

  • Black pants and black top with closed in shoes
  • Hair must be off the face and tied up if long
  • 2 large white towels, 1 hand towel
  • A camera or mobile phone to take before and after photos
  • Note book and pen

Semester 1, 2021 dates:

Murdoch: Term 1: Thursdays 18 February to 25 March, 6pm - 9pm

Murdoch Term 2: Thursdays 6 May to 10 June, 6pm - 9pm

 

Short course
National ID: S0140P
State ID: S0140P
Industry Creative Industries
Industry Health, Beauty and Fitness

Advanced Eye Makeup Techniques

Go further with specialised makeup skills, building on the skills learnt in our Makeup Artistry skills set.

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This short course gives you additional specialised eye makeup techniques following on from the Makeup Artistry skills set at SM TAFE. It enables you to work as a freelance makeup artist or in a hair and beauty salon performing makeup. Students are required to have completed a makeup course to have basic makeup knowledge before enrolling into this course.

Course outline:

  • Cut creases on eye lids and surrounding area
  • Lower lash line cut
  • Advanced Eye liner techniques
  • Advanced lash application
  • Refresh on colour wheel and colour harmony

Students in this course use MAC Cosmetics, Kryolan and Dermalogica skincare.

On successful completion of this short course students will achieve a Participation Certificate.

Students are required to provide models, this will be advised by your lecturer prior to your first class. Students are also required to practice their skills at home during this course.

Course requirements:

  • Makeup brushes are to be supplied by the student from previous makeup course
  • All products are provided for each class. MAC, Kryolan and Dermalogica.
  • Students are required to bring a black hand towel, tweezers, wear black pants and black top with enclosed shoes
  • Hair must be tied back neatly and professional presentation of makeup is required
  • Students are recommended to bring a camera or mobile phone to take before and after photos
  • Models will be required for practical classes – this information will be provided by your lecturer
  • Students will be supplied with learning material via Blackboard

Course induction material provided on the first night with all learning material to match your course.

Free parking. Security is present on the premises for evening classes: 6pm-9pm

Students are required to be able to speak and understand English.

Semester 2, 2020 dates:

Mandurah: Wednesdays 11 November and 18 November, 6pm - 9pm
Murdoch: Tuesdays 10 November and 17 November, 6pm - 9pm

Semester 1, 2021 dates:

Mandurah: Wednesdays 19 May and 26 May, 6pm - 9pm
Murdoch: Tuesdays 18 May and 25 May, 6pm - 9pm

Course cost:

$370.00 (no concession available)

Short course
National ID: GAB66
State ID: GAB66
Industry Creative Industries

Advanced Floristry Design

Extend your floristry industry skills with advanced design techniques for large events.

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Become a master of design

Create large-scale floristry designs and work alongside WA's top professional floral designers. Work on large scale designs for some of Perth top events and gain real hands-on experience!  

This skill set has been designed to enhance the skills of florists already qualified or have been working in the industry.

 You will learn:

  • Design and construct a range of small to large scale complex contemporary designs
  • interpret job specification
  • Prepare production plans
  • Large scale event work
  • Prepare proposals
  • Implement operational plans 
  • Manage staging of floral displays

Upcoming dates:

Murdoch: Tuesdays 21 July - 24 November (18 weeks) 8am - 1pm

Course cost: 

$688.00/ conc. $383.00*

*A valid concession card must be produced.

 

Skill set
National ID: GAB95
State ID: GAB95
Industry Engineering and Mining

Advanced Mathematics and Engineering Calculus skill set

Delivered at:


Get a handle on advanced mathematics for engineering

The skill set will offer you a unique opportunity to systematically grasp advanced engineering mathematics and numerical methods techniques to innovatively solve engineering tasks.

You will develop analytical problem-solving abilities to carry out engineering design and operations or maintenance activities. It is ideal for those pursuing higher engineering qualifications and careers at para-professional level.

This course is ideal for FIFO workers - talk to us about how you can study this course flexibly.

Gain these skills:

  • Develop your underpinning core mathematical skills and essential knowledge in technical mathematics/advanced engineering mathematics;
  • Gain advanced engineering abilities to become a qualified engineer;
  • Enhance subsequent education choices to transition into a university engineering qualification and career choices; 
  • Develop your analytical problem-solving skills;
  • Identify the key parameters and their effect on system behaviour by solving ordinary differentiation equations (ODEs);
  • Visual and interactive job-relevant learning experience of calculus and advanced algebra using MATLAB to find analytical/numerical solutions expeditiously;  
  • Develop the capability for applying MATLAB as an interactive mathematical analysis tool to support engineering and scientific applications;
  • Apply mathematical modelling using MATLAB/SIMULINK for practical & complex engineering problems;
  • Demonstrate practical applications of the various mathematical concepts and the associated MATLAB operations to various engineering application areas, e.g. thermodynamics; fluid mechanics; probability and statistical analysis in project management and maintenance, etc.

Dates in 2021:

Semester 1 workshop and lectures: Tuesdays weekly 5pm to 8pm, from 2 February to Tuesday 22 June 2021
  

Requirements of the course

This course requires both on-campus practical and theory classes; and connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study. 

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On-campus practical and theory classes:
For 3 hours every week, you will need to attend workshops and lectures on-campus. 

 

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Connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study:
Once enrolled, you will receive information about how to login to our eCampus. Your study will include 6 to 8 hours a week using Blackboard, where you will access learning content, assignments, lesson plans and pre-reading for classes, at your place of choice, on or off-campus. To access the full suite of software activities, you will need to use College computers at Munster campus.

  

Course cost:

2021 fees for this course will be published soon.

Skill set
National ID: S0159P
State ID: S0159P
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

Advanced Training for Chemical Tanker Cargo Operations

Advanced training in chemical and oil tanker operations for Masters, Chief Engineering and Chief Mates. Provides you with skills and knowledge to meet the relevant AMSA requirements. 

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This advanced training course is for Masters, Chief Engineers and Chief Mates and provides candidates with the skills and knowledge to meet the relevant AMSA requirements for:

  • STCW Reg V/1-1 and Code Section A-V/1-1, paragraph 3, Table A-V/1-1-3 |
  • STCW Reg V/1-1 and Code Section A-V/1-1, paragraph 2 Table A-V/1-1-2.

Please note you must hold the following prerequisites for entry onto this course and evidence must be provided upon first day of class:

  • STCW Advanced Fire Fighting Certificate 
  • STCW Oil and Chemical Tanker Familiarisation Certificate 

This course is approved by AMSA for the issuance of the following certificate upon successful completion of the course:

  • Advanced Training for Chemical Tanker Operations  meeting the requirements of STCW Reg V/1-1 and Code Section A-V/1-1, paragraph 3, Table A-V/1-1-3
  • Advanced Training for Oil Tanker Operations  meeting the requirements of STCW Reg V/1-1 and Code Section A-V/1-1, paragraph 2 Table A-V/1-1-2

2020 & 2021 dates:

This course runs for 5 days at Fremantle campus starting on the following dates.

  • 30 November 2020
  • 12 April 2021

Course Cost: $2000

Short course
National ID: S0023P
State ID: S0023P
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

Advanced Training for Liquified Gas Tanker Cargo Operations

Advanced training in liquified gas tanker cargo operations for Masters, Chief Engineers and Chief Mates. Provides you with the skills and knowledge to meet relevant AMSA requirements.

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This course is for Masters, Chief Engineers and Chief Mates and provides candidates with the skills and knowledge to meet AMSA requirements for STCW Reg V/1-2 and Code Section A-V/1-2, paragraph 2, Table A-V/1-2-1.

Please note you must hold the following prerequisites for entry into this course and evidence must be provided upon the first day of class:

  • STCW Advanced Fire Fighting Certificate 
  • STCW Gas Tanker Familiarisation Certificate

This course is  approved by AMSA for the issuance of the following certificate upon successful completion of the course:

  • Advanced Training for Liquefied Gas Tanker Cargo Operations (AMSA approved), meeting the requirements of STCW Reg V/1-2 and Code Section A-V/1-2, paragraph 2, Table A-V/1-2-1

2020 Dates:

Each course runs for 5 days from these start dates.

  • Monday 7 December

Cost: $2,000

Short course
National ID: S0204P
State ID: S0204P
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

Advanced Training for Liquified Gas Tanker Cargo Operations

Advanced training in liquified gas tanker cargo operations for Masters, Chief Engineers and Chief Mates. Provides you with the skills and knowledge to meet relevant AMSA requirements.

Delivered at:


This course is for Masters, Chief Engineers and Chief Mates and provides you with the skills and knowledge to meet AMSA requirements for STCW Reg V/1-2 and Code Section A-V/1-2, paragraph 2, Table A-V/1-2-1.

Please note you must hold the following prerequisites for entry into this course and evidence must be provided upon the first day of class:

  • STCW Advanced Fire Fighting Certificate 
  • STCW Gas Tanker Familiarisation Certificate

This course is approved by AMSA for the issuance of the following certificate upon successful completion of the course:

  • Advanced Training for Liquefied Gas Tanker Cargo Operations (AMSA approved), meeting the requirements of STCW Reg V/1-2 and Code Section A-V/1-2, paragraph 2, Table A-V/1-2-1

2020 & 2021 dates:

Each course runs for 5 days from these start dates.

  • Monday 7 December 2020
  • Monday 8 March 2021
  • Monday 19 April 2021
  • Monday 31 May 2021

Course cost: $2000

Short course
National ID: S0024P
State ID: S0024P
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

Advanced Training for Oil Tanker Cargo Operations

Delivered at:


This course is for Masters, Chief Engineers and Chief Mates and provides candidates with the skills and knowledge to meet AMSA requirements for Table A-V/1-1-3 and STCW Reg V/1-1 and Code Section A-V/1-1, paragraph 2 Table A-V/1-1-2.

Please note:

You must hold the following prerequisites for entry onto this course and evidence must be provided upon first day of class: 

  • STCW Advanced Fire Fighting Certificate  
  • STCW Oil and Chemical Tanker Familiarisation Certificate  

This course is  approved by AMSA for the issuance of the following certificate upon successful completion of the course: 

Advanced Training for Oil Tanker Operations meeting the requirements of STCW Reg V/1-1 and Code Section A-V/1-1, paragraph 2 Table A-V/1-1-2 

2021 dates:

  • Term 2, starts 12 April
  • Term 4, starts 29 November

Course Cost: 

$2,000.00  
 

Short course
National ID: GAA29
State ID: GAA29
Industry Engineering and Mining

Applied Engineering Drawing and CAD Skill Set

Gain the skills to produce industry standard 2D and 3D engineering drawings and learn the Autodesk's AutoCAD drafting system.

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Master Autodesk’s AutoCAD drafting system

You will gain experience in producing industry standard 2D and 3D engineering drawings, gain a working knowledge of appropriate standards, and learn how to produce fully parametric 3D models and assemblies using Autodesk’s Inventor software.

This course is aimed at those who may be interested in gaining the necessary skills needed for entry into an Engineering career, that are looking at upskilling in their current position or from post trade, prospective entrepreneurs, that are looking at gaining formal qualification or those that would just like to learn how to use the software for their own personal projects.

This course is ideal for FIFO workers - talk to us about how you can study this course flexibly.
  

2021 dates:

  • Semester 1 dates workshops and lectures: Thursdays from 5pm to 8pm, starting 4 February 2021
      

Requirements of the course:

This course requires both on-campus practical and theory classes; and connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study. 

on-campus_CD.pngOn-campus practical and theory classes:
For 3 hours every week, you will need to attend workshops and lectures on-campus. 
 

online_CD.pngConnectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study:
Once enrolled, you will receive information about how to login to our eCampus. Your study will include 6 to 8 hours a week using Blackboard, where you will access learning content, assignments, lesson plans and pre-reading for classes, at your place of choice, on or off-campus. To access the full suite of software activities, you will need to use College computers at Munster campus.

  

Course cost:

2021 fees for this course will be published soon.

Skill set
National ID: GAA30
State ID: GAA30
Industry Engineering and Mining

Applied Engineering Mathematics Skill Set

Learn how to use mathematics as a tool to analyse practical problems and develop your physics knowledge.

Delivered at:


Get a solid foundation in physics for engineering

Learn how to use mathematics as a tool to analyse practical problems. 

This course is ideal for FIFO workers - talk to us about how you can study this course flexibly.

Gain these skills:

  • Identifying common engineering materials by their principal properties 
  • Select materials for specific applications
  • Verify selected material as fit for purpose
  • Determine stresses in simple structures and mechanical components
  • Verify stress levels using appropriate reference material
  • Solve engineering problems involving algebraic expressions with one independent variable
  • Use trigonometry to solve practical problems
  • Solve quadratic equations
  • Statics, dynamics, motion and rotation

  

2021 dates:

  • Semester 1 workshops and lectures: Thursdays from 5pm to 8pm, starting 4 February 2021
      

Requirements of the course:

This course requires both on-campus practical and theory classes; and connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study. 

on-campus_CD.png On-campus practical and theory classes:
For 3 hours every week, you will need to attend workshops and lectures on-campus. 
 

online_CD.png Connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study:
Once enrolled, you will receive information about how to login to our eCampus. Your study will include 6 to 8 hours a week using Blackboard, where you will access learning content, assignments, lesson plans and pre-reading for classes, at your place of choice, on or off-campus. To access the full suite of software activities, you will need to use College computers at Munster campus.

  

Course cost:

2021 fees for this course will be published soon.

Skill set
National ID: GAB96
State ID: GAB96
Industry Engineering and Mining

Applied Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics skill set

Delivered at:


Manage thermodynamic, fluid mechanics and controllers in power and energy sectors

The skill set will develop your knowledge in carrying out mechanical design and performance analysis in fluid statics, fluid motion, heat and power exchange in steam and similar power plants, engines and refrigeration systems, to name just a few practical purposes. 

This course is ideal for FIFO workers - talk to us about how you can study this course flexibly.

Gain these skills:

  • Investigate and review sustainability implications, features and functions of Mechanical Engineering sector
  • Software assisted techniques for applications for fluid and thermodynamic principles in engineering
  • Discover the simulated working environment must be used where the range of conditions reflects realistic workplace situations.
  • Reviewing sustainability implications, functions and features of fluid, thermodynamic and vacuum devices, machines and systems
  • Identify and evaluate hydrodynamic and thermodynamic principles and techniques, analysis techniques, software and software validation techniques
  • Operate, develop and maintain a computer/controller system/program to fullfill project requirements 
  • Report and document results of scoping, principles and techniques identification, evaluation of applications, calculations, component and system layouts, and functional diagrams

     

Dates in 2021:

Semester 1 workshop and lectures: Thursdays weekly 5pm to 8pm, from 4 February to Tuesday 24 June 2021
  

Requirements of the course

This course requires both on-campus practical and theory classes; and connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study. 

on-campus_CD.png On-campus practical and theory classes:
For 3 hours every week, you will need to attend workshops and lectures on-campus. 
 

online_CD.png Connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study:
Once enrolled, you will receive information about how to login to our eCampus. Your study will include 6 to 8 hours a week using Blackboard, where you will access learning content, assignments, lesson plans and pre-reading for classes, at your place of choice, on or off-campus. To access the full suite of software activities, you will need to use College computers at Munster campus.

  

Course cost:

2021 fees for this course will be published soon.

Skill set
National ID: S0049P
State ID: S0049P
Industry Building and Construction

Basic Combustion, Flueing and Exhaust Principles

Learn how to work with gas safely and correctly to comply with WA Gas legisation and regulations. 

Delivered at:


Learn how to work with gas safely and correctly

Are you a gas fitter? The Gas Legislation and Safety course will provide you with the Gas Fitting Permit to Work Under Supervision.  It comprises of three components, WA Gas Regulations, Gas Safety and Basic Combustion and Flueing.

The course is delivered over two days at Rockingham campus. Students who are unable to attend the Rockingham campus may discuss their training and assessment options with lecturing staff; off-campus options can usually be arranged.

Successful completion of the final assessment will be needed to receive a completion letter that is required by Building and Energy to apply for a Gas Fitting Permit to Work Under Supervision.

 

Short course
National ID: GAB62
State ID: GAB62
Industry Agriculture, Animals, Science and the Environment

Basic Paving Skill Set

Learn the basic paving practices and techniques to complete a basic paving equipment. Learn how to operate the machinery and how to screed, lay and cut paving. 

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Pave your way to a successful career

Looking to get a basic knowledge of paving practices and techniques? In this class you will learn how to screed, lay and cut paving, the principles and practices behind paving techniques, whilst learning to operate all the machinery, equipment and tools necessary to complete a basic paving job. 

Upcoming dates:

2021 dates coming soon.

Skill set
National ID: GAB63
State ID: GAB63
Industry Agriculture, Animals, Science and the Environment

Basic Retaining Walls Skill Set

Gain a basic knowledge of brick and block retaining walls. Learn how to lay, level and prepare sites for retaining wall landscaping jobs.

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Now is the time to build your career 

Looking to get a basic knowledge of brick and block retaining walls? In this class you will learn to lay, level, set out and prepare sites for low profile retaining wall jobs. You will learn the fundamental skills and knowledge behind building retaining walls in the landscape industry.

Upcoming dates:

2021 dates coming soon.

Skill set
National ID: S0272P
State ID: S0272P
Industry Creative Industries
Industry Health, Beauty and Fitness

Brow Lamination

Learn the latest techniques in brow styling trends with this course specialising in lamination.

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Advance your employability skills and build your treatment menu

Brow lamination is an on trend technique for redefining eyebrows through straightening and lifting  by a specialised chemical process. This treatment is fantastic for those clients who have unruly/wiry hair or clients who need the appearance of more volume to their brow.  

This course gives you skills in the latest brow trends and is an excellent add on to our brow and lash styling short courses. Along with the eye lash extension course, you will learn all the necessary skills to be a lash and brow queen!

Semester 1, 2021 dates:

Mandurah:

  • Monday 29 March, 6pm – 8pm, Monday 14 June 6pm – 9pm

Murdoch:

  • Monday 29 March, 6pm – 8pm
  • Monday 14 June, 6pm – 9pm
  • Monday 29 March, 12.30pm - 3.30pm
  • Monday 24 May, 12.30pm – 3.30pm

Course Cost

$295.00

 

 

Short course
National ID: S0301P
State ID: S0301P
Industry Creative Industries
Industry Health, Beauty and Fitness

Brow Stylist

Become a brow stylist and learn the latest eyebrow techniques from beauty experts.

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This short course will train students in brow styling, this includes shaping, basic waxing, tinting, lash lifting and henna. This course has been designed to meet the beauty industry demand for brow stylists to work in the industry.

Students will learn the latest techniques and skills from qualified beauty trainers who are currently working in the beauty industry. This course requires fine hand and eye coordination and attention to detail.

Students are required to provide models, this will be advised by your lecturer on your first class.

Course induction material provided on the first night with all learning material to match your course.

Semester 1, 2021 dates:

Mandurah Term 1: Mondays 8 February to 22 March (excluding public holiday on 1 March) 6pm - 9pm
Murdoch Term 1: Monday 8 March to 22 March and Monday 3 May to 17 May  6pm - 9pm
Mandurah Term 2: Mondays 19 April to 31 May (excluding public holiday on 26 April) 6pm - 9pm
Murdoch Term 2: Mondays 19 April to 31 May (excluding public holiday on 26 April) 6pm - 9pm

Free parking. Security is present on the premises for evening classes.

Students are required to be able to speak and understand English.

 

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Short course
National ID: AE378
State ID: AE378
Industry Business and Finance
Free*
Skill sets

Business Ready Skill Set


Get ready for a career in Business! 

This skill set is the perfect introduction to office administration, clerical work and reception work

You will learn to all aspects of customer service and management, organisation of daily work tasks, how to produce professional documents using relevant business technology and how to work effectively with colleagues in an office environment.  

Gain these skills: 

  • Deliver a service to customers 
  • Produce digital text documents 
  • Organise and complete daily work activities 
  • Use business technology 
  • Contribute to health and safety of self and others 
       

Next course dates:

This course has varied durations and days on-campus.

Armadale    

  • Starting 15 February for 8 weeks, Mondays 8.30am to 3.30pm and Fridays 9am to 3.30pm
  • Starts 19 April for 8 weeks, Mondays 8.30am to 3.30pm and Fridays 9am to 3.30pm

Murdoch    

  • Start 15 February for 8 weeks, Tuesdays 9am to 12pm and Mondays from 12pm to 3pm
  • Start 21 April for 8 weeks, Tuesdays 9am to 3.30pm and Wednesdays from 12pm to 3pm

Rockingham    

  • Start 16 February for 8 weeks, Tuesdays 9am to 3.30pm and Mondays from 8.30am to 4pm
  • Start 19 April for 8 weeks, Mondays 8.30am to 3.30pm and Tuesdays from 9am to 12pm

 

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 This course can help you get ready for your first job, or re-skill quickly for jobs that are available as WA's economy recovers. This course is free for 15 to 24 year olds; or those who are receiving JobSeeker, JobKeeper, Youth Allowance, AUSTUDY or ABSTUDY payments; or concession cardholders. If you’re not eligible, you can pay the course fee to gain these skills and become highly employable. See the full eligibility list in the important information tab below. Find out more about the initiative

Skill set
National ID: AE374
State ID: AE374
Skill sets

CNC Operations Skill Set

Delivered at:


Learn how to operate CNC machinery

The CNC Operations skill set is for qualified/experienced tradespersons employed in an engineering production or manufacturing environment. It has been developed
specifically to suit the role of an engineering supervisor in the defence industry; for example those working on projects such as ship or aircraft building or the maintenance of military vehicles.

This skill set will provide existing workers with specialist skills in operating, programming and setting up of CNC machinery.

Gain these skills: 

  • practical skills and knowledge to analyse, inspect components, edit CNC programs 
  • apply workplace health and safety
  • perform engineering measurements
  • Operate and monitor CNC machines and processes.

2021 dates:

  • To be announced

Course costs:

Tuition fees $174.96 + Resource fees $106.75 = Total course fees $281.71
Concession tuition fees $51.84 + Resource fees $106.75 = Total concession course fees $158.59

Skill set
National ID: AE161
State ID: AE161
Industry Education and Community Services
Free*
Infection control
Online

COVID-19 Direct Care Skill Set

Learn direct care infection control skills required during the COVID-19 pandemic, plus prepare for a career in direct care.

Get ready for an aged care career

Take advantage of skills shortages for new workers and for upskilling current workers in providing support for seniors and people with disabilities in an era of COVID-19.

To meet the State’s requirements associated with COVID-19 in the aged care and disability service sectors, as identified by employers and industry stakeholders, there is an urgent need to build skills in infection control. 

Three units have been hand-picked from the pre-traineeship qualification to give fast opportunities for job-seekers and current workers to apply real-world skills.

Do you suit the industry?

Successful graduates in aged care are able to use communication, teamwork, problem solving, initiative and planning skills to care for the needs of others. Some physical ability will be required to use equipment, carry loads, work on your feet and deal with bodily fluids. Find out more in our Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing, Home and Community)  Informed Choices brochure. (316 KB) (PDF document - opens in a new tab)   

Study that leads to strong employment opportunities

This course is designed to introduce new workers to the aged care industry. We highly recommend further study to take advantage of high growth skills demand at the Certificate III level and beyond. All Certificate II and Certificate III qualifications in this study pathway attract government subsidy for tuition fees due to the Lower Fees, Local Skills initiative.

See our further study tab below to explore the study pathway courses and find out more about where this skill set could take you.   
   

Course dates

Mandurah campus

  • Starting 5 February for 8 weeks, Fridays 9am to 1.30pm

Rockingham campus

  • Starting 29 April for 8 weeks, Thursdays 9am to 1.30pm

Requirements of the course

This course includes both online study and on-campus assessment.

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Once enrolled, you will receive information about how to login to our eCampus and you will need to complete a literacy and numeracy quiz to show you can study the course online. Your study will involve accessing content online for 5 study modules, followed by a series of online quiz assessments to test your knowledge.

 

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When you finish your online study, there is one day a week attendance for the duration of the course at campus for the remaining modules, plus a compulsory requirement to attend a practical demonstration and assessment session.

 

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 This course can help you get ready for your first job, or re-skill quickly for jobs that are available as WA's economy recovers. This course is absolutely free for anyone to study. Find out more

Skill set
National ID: GAB60
State ID: GAB60
Industry Agriculture, Animals, Science and the Environment

Chemical Risk Management Level 4 Skill Set

Take your chemical application skills to a leadership level, for those who have completed level 3.

Delivered at:


This course is suitable for training supervisors and managers with risk management skills to manage the transportation, storage, application and record keeping of agricultural chemicals (including biological pesticides). Participants must be accredited at Level 3 to achieve competence at Level 4.

Course structure

  • Introduction to risk management
  • Integrated resistance and pest management
  • Chemical application management
  • Chemical risk management
  • Environmental risk management
  • Residue risk management
  • Records management
  • Comply with mandatory codes of practice and relevant legislation to safely transport, store and handle chemicals in the workplace
  • Identify integrated management strategies to control pests
  • Select appropriate chemicals for application to an identified pest problem at a particular site
  • Establish procedures to ensure chemicals are applied according to the label
  • Assess the risk of residues in commodities and as contaminants in the environment during and following chemical application
  • Design and implement recording systems for chemical storage

Competency units covered in this course

  • BAL98 AHCPMG302 Control plant pests, diseases and disorders
  • BAM93 AHCCHM401 Develop procedures to minimise risk in the use of chemicals
  • BAL49 AHCCHM402 Plan and implement a chemical use program

Competent students will receive a Statement of Attainment

Upcoming dates:

2021 dates coming soon.

Skill set
National ID: GAB94
State ID: GAB94
Industry Engineering and Mining

Civil Construction - Structural Design, Model and Drafting skill set

This course if for people in Building Information Modeling to up-skill based on current construction industry standards and software. Learn Revit BIM and Robot Structure to analyse CAD models.

Delivered at:


Design structures and models using industry technology

Take your career in Building Information Modeling (BIM) to the next level with analytical and practical design skills based around construction industry standards and software tools.

Discover how to use tools like Revit BIM and Robot Structure analysis to construct and analyse CAD models to Australian design standards. Use your designs to develop detailed plans for workflow management and collaboration across disciplines.

This course is ideal for FIFO workers - talk to us about how you can study this course flexibly.

Gain these skills:

  • Knowledge of structural requirements, local building and construction standards, codes and practices
  • Structural mechanics: loads, analysis, materials, and design of members such as columns, beams, trusses and portal frames
  • To model structural elements from basic beams, columns and walls through to more real-life complex examples in addition to exploring a variety of functions such as structural connections and advanced steel
  • Simulating various load conditions to determine the strength and stiffness of structure by reporting component stress, strain and deformations
  • Drafting, scheduling and the production of drawings and specifications for building project
  • Use of BIM Revit Structural (Building Information Modelling) to compile building information ready for planning and design and detailing for construction
      

2021 dates:

  • Semester 1 workshops and lectures: Mondays from 5pm to 8pm, starting 1 February 2021
      

Requirements of the course:

This course requires both on-campus practical and theory classes; and connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study. 

on-campus_CD.png On-campus practical and theory classes:
For 3 hours every week, you will need to attend workshops and lectures on-campus. 
 

online_CD.png Connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study:
Once enrolled, you will receive information about how to login to our eCampus. Your study will include 6 to 8 hours a week using Blackboard, where you will access learning content, assignments, lesson plans and pre-reading for classes, at your place of choice, on or off-campus. To access the full suite of software activities, you will need to use College computers at Munster campus.

  

Course cost:

2021 fees for this course will be published soon.

Skill set
National ID: GAB79
State ID: GAB79
Industry Building and Construction

Civil Construction Skill Set

Gain the skills for a civil construction career as a mobile plant operator, bridge or road construction worker, pipe layer or traffic management. 

Are you looking for a career in construction using the largest tools?

When you complete the Civil Construction Skill Set you'll be creating a pathway to a career as a mobile plant operator, bridge construction worker, pipe layer/drainer, underground utility installation, traffic management, or road construction worker.

South Metropolitan TAFE provides quality training that serves both employers and employees. Employers gain the benefits of skilled and accredited employees and the employee gains the knowledge, skill, confidence and a sense of pride when completing the skillset. 

The courses cover topics such as:

  • Measurements and calculations
  • Safe handling of materials
  • Small plant and machinery operation
  • Excavation
  • Levelling
  • Traffic management and control
  • Earthworks
  • Communication
  • Locate and protect underground services.

There is currently a large State Government push for infrastructure projects so there is no better time to build on your skills. Major projects have been fast tracked to support jobs in the current environment with local businesses set to kick-start WA's economic recovery.

Skill set
National ID: GAB85
State ID: GAB85
Industry Engineering and Mining

Civil Construction Structures Management

Delivered at:


Students will simulate roles as Civil Construction supervisors to support professional engineers in the design of construction works.

Project scenarios will be used covering key principles and practices of earthworks, and construction materials including concrete, steel and timber.

This course is ideal for FIFO workers - talk to us about how you can study this course flexibly.

Gain these skills:

  • Schedule and estimation of construction tasks
  • Calculate foundation requirements
  • Manage a project schedule
  • Develop a job plan
  • Adjust job plan as required to ensure required outcomes are achieved
  • Review of project to improve safety, efficiency and effectiveness

 

2021 dates:

  • Semester 1 workshops and lectures: Mondays from 5pm to 8pm, starting 1 February 2021
      

Requirements of the course:

This course requires both on-campus practical and theory classes; and connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study. 

on-campus_CD.png On-campus practical and theory classes:
For 3 hours every week, you will need to attend workshops and lectures on-campus. 
 

online_CD.png Connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study:
Once enrolled, you will receive information about how to login to our eCampus. Your study will include 6 to 8 hours a week using Blackboard, where you will access learning content, assignments, lesson plans and pre-reading for classes, at your place of choice, on or off-campus. To access the full suite of software activities, you will need to use College computers at Munster campus.

  

Course cost:

2021 fees for this course will be published soon.

Skill set
National ID: GAB86
State ID: GAB86
Industry Engineering and Mining

Civil Infrastructure Design

Delivered at:


Develop the groundwork for major infrastructure

Learn how to prepare detailed designs of roads and drainage by adopting the simulated role of a technical officer and designer

Tackle project scenarios including greenfield and brownfield sites, creating road and drainage designs to meet job briefs and complying with Australian standards and guides.

Produce engineering designs by using AutoCAD and AutoCAD Civil 3D engineering software programs to enhance and provide students with skills and knowledge for rapid creation and output of civil site design projects.

This course is ideal for FIFO workers - talk to us about how you can study this course flexibly.

Gain these skills:

  • Detailed designs of both rural and urban roads, surface/pavements and subsurface drainage
  • Investigate location of underground services and their impact on projects
  • Implementation of traffic control devices to improve road safety for all road users
  • Intersection treatments
  • Pavement types, layers, materials and thicknesses.
  • Calculating, sizing and selecting infrastructure components
  • Geometric designs
  • Analyse, interpret and apply Australian, MRWA and Austroads standards and guides
  • Stormwater capture methods
     

2021 dates:

  • Semester 1 workshops and lectures: Thursdays from 5pm to 8pm, starting 4 February 2021
      

Requirements of the course:

This course requires both on-campus practical and theory classes; and connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study. 

on-campus_CD.png On-campus practical and theory classes:
For 3 hours every week, you will need to attend workshops and lectures on-campus. 
 

online_CD.png Connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study:
Once enrolled, you will receive information about how to login to our eCampus. Your study will include 6 to 8 hours a week using Blackboard, where you will access learning content, assignments, lesson plans and pre-reading for classes, at your place of choice, on or off-campus. To access the full suite of software activities, you will need to use College computers at Munster campus.

  

Course cost:

2021 fees for this course will be published soon.

Skill set
National ID: AE368
State ID: AE368
Industry Defence
Skill sets

Coded Welding Flux Cored Arc Skill Set

Delivered at:


Firm up your welding career

This Coded Welding Flux Cored Arc skill set covers preparing and producing welds to code standards using flux cored arc welding. It has been developed specifically to suit the role of a welding supervisor in the defence industry; for example those working on projects such as ship or aircraft building or the maintenance of military vehicles.

It will provide existing workers with the skills to be able to weld to the requirements of AS1796 and obtain Certification no. 8F from Weld Australia.

 

Gain these skills:   

  • health and safety with welding
  • setting and maintaining welding parameters
  • fillet welds, and butt welds on plate at various positions
  • Preparing and setting up of pipe components and pipe welds within this course are performed by using weld rotators.

2021 dates:

  • Day classes: Monday to Friday 12 weeks full time
  • Night classes: 3 hours per night per week for 30 weeks

Course costs:

  • Tuition fees $174.96 + Resource fees $244.25 = Total course fees $419.21
  • Concession tuition fees $51.84 + Resource fees $244.25 = Total concession course fees $296.09
Skill set
National ID: AE369
State ID: AE369
Industry Defence
Skill sets

Coded Welding Gas Tungsten Arc Skill Set

Delivered at:


Perform routine gas tungsten arc welding

The Coded Welding Gas Tungsten Arc skill set covers preparing and producing welds to code standards using gas tungsten arc welding. It has been developed specifically to suit the role of a welder in the defence industry; for example those working on projects such as ship or aircraft building or the maintenance of military vehicles.

It will provide existing workers with the skills to be able to weld to the requirements of AS1796 and obtain Certification no. 7 from Weld Australia. You will also gain knowledge and skills on health and safety with welding, setting and maintaining welding parameters, as well as welding in the 2G and 5G weld positions.

Gain these skills:

  • Learn how to apply safe welding practices
  • Perform engineering measurements 
  • Interpreting welding specifications including standard welding symbols 
  • Selecting appropriate weld preparation methods for material and position of welds.
  • Preparing materials, setting up of jigs, fixtures, clamps,etc. and joint preparation 
  • Identifying defects as described in the range statement across a range of welded materials
  • Advanced welding using Gas Tungsten Arc Welding Process
  •  Perform Welds to Code Standards using Gas Tungsten Arc Welding Process

2021 dates:

  • Day classes - Monday to Friday 12 weeks full time
  • Night classes - 3 hours per night per week for 30 weeks

Course costs:

  • Tuition fees $174.96 + Resource fees $481.25 = Total course fees $656.21
  • Concession tuition fees $51.84 + Resource fees $481.25 = Total concession course fees $533.09
Skill set
National ID: AE370
State ID: AE370
Industry Defence
Skill sets

Coded Welding Manual Metal Arc Welding (Pipe) Skill Set

Delivered at:


Make your pipedream a reality

The Coded Welding Manual Metal Arc Welding (Pipe) skill set will provide existing workers with the skills to weld to the requirements of AS1796 and obtain Certification no. 7 from Weld Australia. It has been developed specifically to suit the defence industry; for example those working on projects such as ship or aircraft building or the maintenance of military vehicles.

This skill set defines the skills and knowledge required for an existing engineering tradesperson who chooses to study at a higher level within metal, engineering, manufacturing and associated occupations in the defence industry.

Gain these skills:

  • health and safety with welding
  • setting and maintaining welding parameters
  • welding in the 2G and 5G weld positions

2021 dates:

  • Day classes - Monday to Friday 12 weeks full time
  • Night classes - 3 hours per night per week for 30 weeks

Course costs:

  • Tuition fees $174.96 + Resource fees $298.75 = Total course fees $473.71
  • Concession tuition fees $51.84 + Resource fees $298.75 = Total concession course fees $350.59
Skill set
National ID: AE380
State ID: AE380
Industry Hospitality, Tourism and Events
Free*
Skill sets

Commercial Kitchen Skill Set

Delivered at:


Get a taste for working in a kitchen

Learn the skills to prepare for a career in a commercial kitchen.

This skill set will give you an introduction to working in kitchen operations in restaurants, hotels, catering facilities, clubs, pubs, cafes, coffee shops, aged care facilities, hospitals, prisons and schools.

You will learn basic food preparation and cookery skills under the supervision of experienced commercial lecturer cooks.

Gain the skills to:

  • Clean kitchen premises and equipment
  • Use hygiene practices for food safety
  • Participate in safe work practice
  • Comply with infection prevention and control policies and procedures
  • Use food preparation equipment
      

Course dates:

Bentley    

  • Starts 19 February for 5 weeks, Fridays 8am to 12pm and Saturdays 8am to 3pm 
  • Starts 16 April for 5 weeks, Fridays 8am to 12pm and Saturdays 8am to 3pm
  • Starts 21 May for 5 weeks, Fridays 8am to 12pm and Saturdays 8am to 3pm

Mandurah    

  • Starting 24 February for 5 weeks, Wednesdays and Thursdays 1.30pm to 8pm
  • Starting 5 May for 5 weeks, Wednesdays and Thursdays 1.30pm to 8pm

   

Help using our online application:

You will need to have the evidence requirements (opens in a new tab) and relevant documents ready to upload with your application. See our guide for applying using our online system (1 MB) (PDF document - opens in a new tab) .   

  

Requirements of the course

This course includes both online study and on-campus practical and theory classes.

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Once enrolled, you will receive information about how to login to our eCampus and you will need to complete a literacy and numeracy quiz to show you can study online. Your study will involve accessing content online for 1 study module, followed by a series of online quiz assessments to test your knowledge.

 

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For the other modules of the course, you will need to attend campus to develop your skills in our kitchen facilities.

 

  

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  This course can help you get ready for your first job, or re-skill quickly for jobs that are available as WA's economy recovers. This course is free for 15 to 24 year olds; or those who are receiving JobSeeker, JobKeeper, Youth Allowance, AUSTUDY or ABSTUDY payments; or concession cardholders. If you’re not eligible, you can pay the course fee to gain these skills and become highly employable. See the full eligibility list in the important information tab below. Find out more about the initiative

Skill set
National ID: GAB38
State ID: GAB38
Industry Creative Industries
Industry Health, Beauty and Fitness

Cosmetic Tattooing Skill Set

Become a certified cosmetic tattooist on completion of this industry-relevant course.

Delivered at:


Want to work as a certified cosmetic tattooist?

You will learn to: 

  • Eye liner tattoo
  • Eye brow tattoo
  • Eye brow design
  • Lip line tattoo
  • Tattoo pigment
  • Skin analysis
  • Fitzpatrick types
  • Colour theory for cosmetic tattoo application
  • Plus gain knowledge in infection control and topical anaesthetic application

Students are required to provide models for practice and assessments. This will be advised by your lecturer at the first class.

A cosmetic tattoo kit for class and home use plus all other learning material is included in your course.

Free parking is available. Security is present on the premises for evening classes.

Students are required to be able to speak and understand English.

Course outline:

Students will receive a Statement of Attainment for the following units:

  • SHBBSKS003 Design and Provide Cosmetic Tattooing
  • SHBBINF001 Maintain Infection Control Standards

Other requirements:

  • Black pants and black top with closed in shoes
  • Hair must be off the face and tied up if long
  • 2 large white towels, 1 hand towel
  • A camera or mobile phone to take before and after photos
  • Note book and pen

Semester 2, 2020 dates:

Murdoch: Thursdays 24 August to 23 November, 6pm - 9pm

Semester 1, 2021 dates:

Murdoch: Tuesdays 2 March to 1 June, 6pm - 9pm

Mandurah: Wednesdays 3 March to 26 May, 6pm - 9pm

Skill set
National ID: BSBSS00095
State ID: AE188
Industry Business and Finance
Free*
Infection control
Skill sets

Cross-Sector Infection Control Skill Set

Get Skills Ready with infection control skills for all industries.

Learn to control COVID-19 related infection for workers in all workplaces

In these unprecedented times, new regulations need infection control practices in all workplaces to protect workers from pandemic infection risk.

Gain these skills:

  • Introduction to Infection Control
  • Chain of Infection and Disease Transmission
  • Breaking the Chain of Infection
  • Contamination and Cleaning
  • Hazards, Risks, Responsibilities and Reporting

Maintain your ability to work safely and within government requirements; or, prepare your business for compliance by including your staff in training, raising their capability in ensuring the safety of staff and customers in your workplace.

Requirements of the course

This course includes both online study and on-campus assessment.

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Once enrolled, you will receive information about how to login to our eCampus and you will need to complete a literacy and numeracy quiz to show you can study the course online. Your study will involve accessing content online for 5 study modules, followed by a series of online quiz assessments to test your knowledge.

 

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When you finish your online study, there is a compulsory requirement to attend a practical demonstration and assessment session.

 

 

 

Help using our online application:

You will need to have the evidence requirements and relevant documents ready to upload with your application. See our guide for applying using our online system (1 MB) (PDF document - opens in a new tab) .   
   

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 This course can help you get ready for your first job, or re-skill quickly for jobs that are available as WA's economy recovers. This course is absolutely free for anyone to study. Find out more. 

Skill set
National ID: AE375
State ID: AE375
Industry Hospitality, Tourism and Events
Free*
Skill sets

Customer Service Skill Set


Get ready to delight customers

Gain the skills to create good relationships with customers, provide quality service and help a business to improve customer service levels.

You will learn to identify the unique, shared and cultural needs of customers; to communicate effectively with all customers; to process complaints according to business policies, and when to escalate to achieve customer satisfaction. 

This introductory course is an ideal start to a customer service career and includes learning infection control procedures, which will assist in managing front of house and reception office spaces.

Gain these skills:

  • Provide service to customers by using a range of verbal and non-verbal communication types and active listening
  • Presenting a professional image and acting according to organisational policy
  • Identifying customer needs and choosing the best way to handle their request
  • Problem solving conflict and complaint resolution
  • Identifying opportunities to improve customer service standards  
  • Show social and cultural sensitivity and adjust customer service response to assist people of different backgrounds 
  • Use infection control procedures to ensure the safety of customers  

Course dates:

Fremantle    

  • Starting 24 February for 2 weeks, Thursdays and Fridays 8.30am to 4.30pm
  • Starting 21 April for 2 weeks, Thursdays and Fridays 8.30am to 4.30pm

Mandurah    

  • Starting 24 March for 2 weeks, Wednesdays and Thursdays 8.30am to 4.30pm
  • Starting 2 June for 2 weeks, Wednesdays and Thursdays 8.30am to 4.30pm   
      

Help using our online application:

You will need to have the evidence requirements (opens in a new tab) and relevant documents ready to upload with your application. See our guide for applying using our online system (1 MB) (PDF document - opens in a new tab) .   

  

Requirements of the course

This course includes both online study and on-campus practical and theory classes.

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 Once enrolled, you will receive information about how to login to our eCampus and you will need to complete a literacy and numeracy quiz to show you can study online. Your study will involve accessing content online for 1 study module, followed by a series of online quiz assessments to test your knowledge.

 

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 For the other modules of the course, you will need to attend campus to develop your skills in our service facilities.

  

 

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This course can help you get ready for your first job, or re-skill quickly for jobs that are available as WA's economy recovers. This course is free for 15 to 24 year olds; or those who are receiving JobSeeker, JobKeeper, Youth Allowance, AUSTUDY or ABSTUDY payments; or concession cardholders. If you’re not eligible, you can pay the course fee to gain these skills and become highly employable. See the full eligibility list in the important information tab below. Find out more about the initiative

Skill set
National ID: UEESS00052
State ID: AB672
Industry Building and Construction

Data Communications - Install and Modify Performance Data Communication Structured Cabling

This unit of competency will enable you to register with the ACMA registrar for endorsement on fibre cabling.

Delivered at:


To enrol into this course you must already have an Open Cabling registration.
UEENEEF105A - Install and modify optical fibre performance data communication cabling.

On completion of this unit of competency the student will be able to register with any of the ACMA registrar for endorsement on fibre cabling.

The student will cover the installation and modification of high performance data communication optical fibre cabling in building and premises and intended for connection of a telecommunications network.

This course encompasses working safely and to standards, installing multiple data lines and backbones using optical fibre cabling, terminating at distributors, splices and on socket outlets, testing and compliance checks and completing cabling documentation.

The cost of the course will include the consumables and the student will be required to bring their own PPE (safety glasses and safety footwear). The students can bring their own hand tools but the college will provide otherwise.
 

Skill set
National ID: S0178P
State ID: S0178P
Industry Creative Industries
Industry Health, Beauty and Fitness

Dermaplaning

Advance your employability skills and build your treatment menu with our dermaplaning workshops.

Delivered at:


Advance your employability skills and build your treatment menu with our dermaplaning workshops.

Pre – Requisite: Certificate IV in Beauty Therapy or Diploma of Beauty Therapy or qualified enrolled / registered nurse qualified

Dermaplaning is a growing treatment within salons and dermal clinics due to its amazing and visible results. Dermaplaning is the use of a single use, sterile surgical scalpel/blade to manually remove fine vellus hair and excess dead skin cells of the stratum corneum to enable increased penetration of products and treatments leaving the skin smooth and glowing.

Dermaplaning can treat a variety of skin concerns including fine lines, dull skin, dry skin, blocked pores and lifted pigmentation and leaves the epidermis intact without damage to the stratum corneum.

This course is essential for anyone wishing to perform Dermaplaning and advance their aesthetic skin treatment knowledge.

This course will cover:

  • The Structure of the skin
  • Treatment Indications and contra-indications
  • Consultation process
  • Benefits of Dermaplaning
  • Advantages / disadvantages
  • Pre and post treatment protocols

Course induction material provided on the day with all learning material to match your course. A dermaplaning kit is included in this course.

Students will receive a Certificate of Attendance on completion.

Students are required to be able to speak and understand English.

Free parking is available on campus. Security is present on the premises for evening classes.

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Upcoming dates:

Murdoch 
  • Monday 9 November, 6pm to 9pm
Short course
National ID: GAA90
State ID: GAA90
Industry Information Technology, Library and Digital

Digital Photography (Basic) Skill Set

Learn the basic features of your digital camera with this hands-on workshop.

Delivered at:


Digital Photography for beginners!

Learn the features of your digital camera with hands-on workshops to improve your photography skills! Learn from our expert lecturer, Ben, on how to control your camera using different shooting modes, digitally enhance your images and produce the best photos you can. 

Learn these skills:

  • Digital camera features 
  • Photography skills including portraits, landscapes, architecture, macro, still life, sport, night photography 
  • Understanding shutter speed (aperture, ISO, white balance) 
  • Connecting to computer/organising photos
  • Digitally Enhance your images (using GIMP)
  • Editing and re-touching

2021 dates:

Each course runs at our Rockingham campus for 10 sessions from 5pm to 8pm.

  • dates to be announced

 

Skill set
National ID: GAB48
State ID: GAB48
Industry Information Technology, Library and Digital

Digital Photography (Intermediate) Skill Set

Completed digital photography basics but want to learn more? Build your portfolio today.

Delivered at:


Expand your photography horizons! 

Have you completed the digital photography basics skill set and want to learn more? Do you already have a good camera knowledge but want to build your portfolio and photography skills? Do you want to up your image editing game and learn how to impress with Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom?  Then this course is for you!

This course follows on from the Digital Photography Basics Skill Set and allows you to take your photography skills to the next level.

The intermediate digital photography course is aimed at those who already have a basic knowledge of their camera, but want to improve their technical skills. This course covers both camera techniques and image editing workshops. It is a fun and engaging course for people of all ages.

Topics covered in this course include:

  • Portraiture – tips on improving portrait photography
  • Lighting on location – natural and artificial lighting
  • Using an external flash
  • Selective colourisation and colour splash photography
  • Product photography workshop
  • Capturing water droplets workshop 
  • Photo-stitching & capturing panoramas 
  • Macro photography in the studio
  • Processing RAW images
  • Adobe Lightroom training
  • Adobe Photoshop training
  • Photography folio presentation

This course has packed the intermediary skills from the Certificate IV in Digital Media Technologies (ICT40815) into a short course allowing students to develop professional skills in photographic editing.

Those students beginning in photography are encouraged to build foundation skills first in our basic Digital Photography Skill Set short course. 

2021 Dates:

This course runs Thursday nights, 5pm to 8pm for 10 weeks each at Rockingham campus - dates TBC.

Skill set
National ID: GAA35
State ID: GAA35
Industry Engineering and Mining

Drafting and Estimates Skill Set

Create drawings, schedules, estimates, and common tendering document procedures used in Australian electrical work and services.

Delivered at:


Create detailed drawings and estimates for electrical projects

Build your career in electrical design and contracting by understanding on how to create project specific requirements, drawings, schematics, schedules, estimates and common tendering document procedures used in Australian electrical work and services.

This course is ideal for FIFO workers - talk to us about how you can study this course flexibly.

 

Gain these skills:

  • Interpret electrical drawings and diagrams using knowledge of Australian drawing conventions and symbols
  • Create electrical and electronic diagrams, schematics, control circuit diagrams, and documentation using Electrical CAD software
  • Make up material take-off, job list and labour force from information given in project specifications and drawings using electrical estimation software
  • Outline the purpose of a contract and planning to provide electrical services
  • Formatting and compiling documents for successful tender responses
      

Dates in 2021:

Semester 1 workshop and lectures: Mondays from 5pm to 8pm, starting 1 February 2021

 

Requirements of the course

This course requires both on-campus practical and theory classes; and connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study. 

on-campus_CD.png On-campus practical and theory classes:
For 3 hours every week, you will need to attend workshops and lectures on-campus. 
 

online_CD.png Connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study:
Once enrolled, you will receive information about how to login to our eCampus. Your study will include 6 to 8 hours a week using Blackboard, where you will access learning content, assignments, lesson plans and pre-reading for classes, at your place of choice, on or off-campus. To access the full suite of software activities, you will need to use College computers at Munster campus.

 

Course cost:

2021 fees for this course will be published soon.

Skill set
National ID: GAC03
State ID: GAC03
Industry Engineering and Mining

Electrical Engineering Project skill set

Delivered at:


Discover how to work as part of a diverse engineering team

Learn how to design, plan, manage, and execute electrical engineering projects with the use of industry leading tools and software. Work in the execution of mechatronics-based projects using automation tools such as logic controllers, pneumatic systems, sensors, actuators, automation software, and more.

Gain these skills:

  • Develop design briefs for electrotechnology projects incorporating all client requirements and system design specification in accordance with Australian standards 
  • Understand and use automation tools such as limit switches, level switches, reflective sensors, I/O devices (e.g. logic controllers), pneumatic and electrical actuators in the execution of electrotechnology projects. 
  • Apply industry and community standards while carrying out engineering activities
  • Produce detailed drawings of electrical control circuitry and layout 
  • Analyse risk in line with Australian safety standards and develop a comprehensive risk management plan for any given electrotechnology project
  • Project manage the complete lifecycle of the design process from conception and initiation, to planning, execution, performance/monitoring and project close
     

Dates in 2021:

Semester 1: Thursdays weekly 5pm to 8pm, from 4 February to Tuesday 24 June 2021.

Requirements of the course:

This course requires both on-campus practical and theory classes; and connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study.

on-campus_CD.png On-campus practical and theory classes:
For 3 hours every week, you will need to attend workshops and lectures on-campus. 
 

online_CD.png Connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study:
Once enrolled, you will receive information about how to login to our eCampus. Your study will include 6 to 8 hours a week using Blackboard, where you will access learning content, assignments, lesson plans and pre-reading for classes, at your place of choice, on or off-campus. To access the full suite of software activities, you will need to use College computers at Munster campus.

Course cost:

2021 fees for this course will be published soon.

Skill set
National ID: S0166P
State ID: S0166P
Industry Building and Construction

Electrical Requirements

Jump-start your own electrical company with this electrical licencing board-approved course.

Delivered at:


Full Electrical Contractors Course

To be eligible you must hold a current electrical workers licence, restricted licence is not acceptable.

The full electrical contractors course includes both nominee and business components.

  • Nominee component includes five days face to face
  • Business component includes online learning plus one day of assessment maximum six months to complete

Business and Nominee contractors courses can be completed separately.

To make a booking or any general enquiries please use the web form on this page.

Course content

This Electrical Licensing Board-approved course provides theoretical and practical training and is designed to enhance participants’ existing skill sets. The program will not only build upon your current electrical trade studies, it will also improve and refresh your knowledge of:

• statutory requirements (Electrical Contractors Nominees/In-house Licence) 
• legislation and process (Electrical Contractors Nominees/In-house Licence) 
• inspection and testing of electrical installation work (Electrical Contractors Nominees/In-house Licence) 
• business task management and monitoring business operations (Electrical Contractors Licence)*

* Please note: If you are not working within an electrical contracting company, a person other than an electrical contractor may hold the business aspect of the licence. In this case, the electrical work will only be completed, under that aspect of the licence, by an electrician employed by that company and nominated by that same employer as the Nominees/In-house Licence holder.

Electrical Contractors Licence course consists of four mandatory units.

  • S0060P  EA103A Operation (Electrical) Legislative Requirements
  • S0056P  WAE100 Electrical Requirements
  • S0058P  EA102 Establishing a Contracting Business
  • S0059P  EA103B General Legislative Requirements

Electrical Contractors Nominees / In-house Licence course consists of two mandatory units.

  • S0060P  EA103A - Operation (Electrical) Legislative Requirements
  • S0056P  WAE100 - Electrical Requirements

Electrical Contractors Business Licence course consists of two mandatory units.

  • S0058P  EA102 - Establishing a Contracting Business
  • S0059P  EA103B - General Legislative Requirements

Course materials required

Students are required to obtain the following materials prior to course commencement.

From South Metropolitan TAFE:
AS/NZS 3000 and all amendments
AS/NZS 3008.1.1
AS/NZS 3760
AS/NZS 3017

From State Law Publisher
ph 6552 6000
8.30am to 4.30pm
Electrical (Licencing) Regulations 1991 and all amendments
Electricity Regulations 1947
WA Electrical Requirements
. This can be downloaded directly from http://www.commerce.wa.gov.au/publications/wa-electrical-requirements-waer Opens in a new window(opens in a new tab)  or call Energy Safety on 6251 2000, Level 1, 303 Sevenoaks Street Cannington WA 6107

Standards Australia are subject to change without notice and all students should check for the latest version and amendments at purchase.

 

Short course
National ID: S0057P
State ID: S0057P
Industry Building and Construction

Electrical Trade Revision

Review and revise your electrical learning with this fourth-year course.

The Electrical Trade Revision course is for 4th year apprentices. The aim of the course is to provide apprentices the opportunity to review and revise the electrical principles and essential performance criteria they have covered in the past 4 years.

The following subjects are covered:

  • Technical Standards
  • Installation testing and isolation procedures
  • Maximum demand
  • Cable selection
  • Circuit protection
  • Appliance testing
  • Electrical theory

 

Short course
National ID: GAA31
State ID: GAA31
Industry Engineering and Mining

Engineering Energy Sector Skill Set

Get a solid foundation in applied electrical engineering.

Delivered at:


Solve practical electrical engineering problems

Learn the calculation techniques starting from a solid foundation and extending to advanced mathematical processes such as algebra, statistics and MATLAB Software. Further develop strategies to address environment and sustainability issues in the energy sector and your understanding of an organisation's occupational health and safety policies and procedures.

This course is ideal for FIFO workers - talk to us about how you can study this course flexibly.
  

Gain these skills:

  • How to apply the basic and advanced mathematics to solve problems
  • How to understand and produce reports
  • How to analyse and interpret workplace documents, tables and charts
  • How to apply an extensive knowledge of sustainable energy systems and components, workplace safety policies and procedures
      

2021 dates:

  • Semester 1 workshops and lectures: Tuesdays from 5pm to 8pm, starting 2 February 2021
      

Requirements of the course:

This course requires both on-campus practical and theory classes; and connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study. 

on-campus_CD.pngOn-campus practical and theory classes:
For 3 hours every week, you will need to attend workshops and lectures on-campus. 
 

Coonline_CD.pngnnectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study:
Once enrolled, you will receive information about how to login to our eCampus. Your study will include 6 to 8 hours a week using Blackboard, where you will access learning content, assignments, lesson plans and pre-reading for classes, at your place of choice, on or off-campus. To access the full suite of software activities, you will need to use College computers at Munster campus.

  

Course cost:

2021 fees for this course will be published soon.

Skill set
National ID: S0107P
State ID: S0107P
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

Engineering Revalidation Part C

Revalidate your engineering certificate before it expires.

Delivered at:


If you hold an engineering certificate of competency you should apply to us to revalidate your certificate before it expires, if it has not been suspended or revoked. Whether your certificate is valid, or has expired, the revalidation requirements are the same.

Refer to the AMSA website(opens in a new tab) for further information on revalidation.

Revalidation PART C:

  • Engine and Boiler developments
  • Current technologies
  • Electrical Practical requirements including HV revision 
  • Review of leadership and management skills
  • Review of recent incidents relevant to engineers

NOTE - All revalidation courses have the option for Part A delivered two weeks prior to start of the revalidation course Part C.

2020 dates:

This course is delivered 5 day's on-campus, starting on the below dates.

  • Term 4, starts 16 November

2021 dates:

  • Term 1, starts 8 March
  • Term 2, starts 31 May
  • Term 2, starts 26 April
  • Term 3, starts 2 August
  • Term 3, starts 30 August
  • Term 4, starts 18 October
  • Term 4, starts 15 November
Short course
National ID: CHCSS00114
State ID: AE116
Industry Education and Community Services
Free*
Infection control
Online
Skill sets

Entry into Care Roles Skill Set

Learn direct care infection control skills required during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Learn to care for others in an era of COVID-19 infection control

In these unprecedented times, new regulations need workers to manage infection control while in the direct care of others.

There is increased opportunity for new workers to pick up skills in direct care and progress to an entry level role.

Gain these skills:

  • Organise, provide and monitor support services for individualised plans 
  • Develop safe work practices when providing direct client care 
  • Comply with infection prevention and control policies and procedures including handwashing
  • Ensure your own health and safety and the safety of others in your work environment
     

Course dates:

Mandurah    

  • Starting 5 February for 8 weeks, Fridays 12.30pm to 3.30pm

Rockingham    

  • Starting 29 April for 9 weeks, Thursdays 12.30pm to 3.30pm
       

Help using our online application:

You will need to have the evidence requirements (opens in a new tab) and relevant documents ready to upload with your application. See our guide for applying using our online system (1 MB) (PDF document - opens in a new tab) .   
 

Requirements of the course

This course includes both online study and on-campus assessment.

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Once enrolled, you will receive information about how to login to our eCampus and you will need to complete a literacy and numeracy quiz to show you can study the course online. Your study will involve accessing content online for 3 study modules, followed by a series of online quiz assessments to test your knowledge.

 

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When you finish your online study, there is one day a week attendance for the duration of the course at campus for the remaining modules, plus a compulsory requirement to attend a practical demonstration and assessment session.

 

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 This course can help you get ready for your first job, or re-skill quickly for jobs that are available as WA's economy recovers. This course is absolutely free for anyone to study. Find out more

Skill set
National ID: S0280P
State ID: S0280P
Industry Creative Industries
Industry Health, Beauty and Fitness

Eyelash Extensions

Learn the basics of lash extensions with this short course for the beauty industry.

Delivered at:


This short course will train students in how to apply, refill and remove eyelash extensions for added length and thickness of natural lashes. This course has been designed to meet the beauty industry demand for lash extensions to work in the industry.

Students will learn the latest techniques and skills from qualified beauty trainers who are currently working in the beauty industry. This course requires fine hand and eye coordination and attention to detail.

Students are required to provide models, this will be advised by your lecturer on your first class.

This course delivers Classic Lash training only.

Students who have completed this course or equivalent are able to enrol into the Volume Eye Lash Extensions course which includes Volume and Hybrid Lashes.

Course induction material with all learning material is provided to match your course. 

Semester 1, 2021 dates:

Mandurah Term 1: Tuesday 23 February - 30 March 6pm to 9pm 

Murdoch Term 1: Wednesday 24 February - 31 March 6pm to 9pm

Mandurah Term 2: Tuesday 4 May - 8 June 6pm to 9pm

Murdoch Term 2: Wednesday 5 May - 9 June 2021 6pm to 9pm

Short course
National ID: GAB72
State ID: GAB72
Industry Creative Industries

Floristry Essentials Skills 1 Skill Set

Explore your creativity with this perfect introduction to the world of floristry.

Delivered at:


Let your love of flowers bloom!

Explore your creative side with a step into a floristry career pathway.

You will learn the skills and techniques professionals use in creating displays in this introductory course to the floristry industry.

This course is one of a series of skill sets designed to be a pathway to a rewarding floristry career.

Course cost:

  • Full fee: $919.20
  • Concession fee: $356.55*
*A valid concession card must be produced
  

Course dates:

Thursdays, 8am - 1pm from 23 July - 26 November

Skill set
National ID: GAC01
State ID: GAC01

Floristry Essentials Skills II

Explore your creativity with this perfect introduction to the world of floristry.

Delivered at:


Explore your creative side with a step into a floristry career pathway

You will learn the skills and techniques use in creating floral arrangements/designs using different vases/vessels. This course is one of a series of skill sets designed to be a pathway to a rewarding floristry career.

Course dates:

  • Fridays, 8am – 1pm from 5 February to 11 June 2021
Skill set
National ID: AE371
State ID: AE371
Industry Defence
Skill sets

Fluid Power Skill Set

Delivered at:


Push your skills to the limit

The Fluid Power skill set defines the skills and knowledge required for employment as a Higher Engineering Tradesperson or a Special Class Engineering Tradesperson (Mechanical) within metals, engineering, manufacturing and associated occupations, or at equivalent levels in other industries where engineering tradespersons work. It has been developed specifically to suit the role of a welding supervisor in the defence industry; for example those working on projects such as ship or aircraft building or the maintenance of military vehicles.

This skill set will provide existing workers with specialist skills in hydraulic systems, suitable for careers as a hydraulic fitter/technician or hydraulic systems designer.

Gain these skills:

  • analyse, inspect and maintain hydraulic and pneumatic systems
  • maintain fluid power controls
  • monitor/inspect equipment condition
  • tube bending and fitting
  • understanding logic systems
  • workplace health and safety

Course costs:

  • Tuition fees $349.92 + Resource fees $144.50 = Total course fees $494.42
  • Concession tuition fees $103.68 + Resource fees $144.50 = Total concession course fees $248.18
Skill set
National ID: GAA43
State ID: GAA43
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

Follow Vessel Security Procedures Skill Set

Security awareness training is mandatory for all seafarers before engaging on board a vessel.

Delivered at:


Under the Manila Amendments to the STCW Convention, it is now mandatory for all seafarers to possess knowledge related to security awareness, before engaging on board a vessel, and to undergo security related training. This course meets the requirements of Regulation V1/6 of the STCW Convention as amended.

  • Maritime security terms and definitions, including elements that may relate to piracy and armed robbery
  • International maritime security policy and responsibilities of governments, companies and persons
  • Maritime security levels and their impact on security measures and procedures aboard ship and in port facilities
  • Security reporting procedures and security related contingency plans
  • Techniques used to circumvent security measures
  • Recognition of potential security threats, including piracy and armed robbery
  • Recognition of weapons, dangerous substances and devices, and awareness of the damage they can cause
  • Handling of security related information and communications
  • Training, drill and exercise requirements under the relevant conventions, codes and IMO circulars, including those relevant to anti-piracy and anti-robbery

2021 dates

This course is currently undergoing delivery planning and information will be available on our website shortly. Check back later, or use the course enquiry form below to have our Client Contact Centre contact you with further information about the next course start, delivery locations and study modes.

Skill set
National ID: S0162P
State ID: S0162P
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

GMDSS Revalidation

This course is for Master and Chief Mates and provides candidates with the skills and knowledge to meet AMSA requirements.

Delivered at:


GMDSS (Global Maritime Distress and Safety System)

This course is structured on a combination of theory and practical exercises using both ‘live to air’ equipment and simulations. It is delivered by fully qualified and accredited lecturers with deck officer or radio officer experience.

This course is for Master and Chief Mates and provides candidates with the skills and knowledge to meet Australian Maritime Safety Authority requirements of Marine Order 70 (Seafarer Certification) 2014, Section25A. 

Please note you must hold the following prerequisites for entry onto this course and evidence must be provided upon first day of class:

  • STCW GMDSS Certificate 

This course is  approved by AMSA for the issuance of the following certificate upon successful completion of the course:

  • GMDSS Radio Operators – STCW Code Table A-IV/2

2020 & 2021 Dates

Each course runs for 4 days starting on these dates:

  • Monday 26 October 2020
  • Monday 15 February 2021
  • Monday 10 May 2021

Course cost: $1975

Short course
National ID: S0048P
State ID: S0048P
Industry Building and Construction

Gas Safety

Receive a completion letter to apply for a Gas Fitting Permit to Work Under Supervision.

Delivered at:


The Gas Legislation and Safety course comprises three components, WA Gas Regulations, Gas Safety and Basic Combustion and Flueing.

Successful completion of the final assessment will be needed to receive a completion letter that is required by Building and Energy to apply for a Gas Fitting Permit to Work Under Supervision.

The course is delivered over two days at Rockingham campus. Students who are unable to attend the Rockingham campus may discuss their training and assessment options with lecturing staff; off-campus options can usually be arranged.

Short course
National ID: S0047P
State ID: S0047P
Industry Building and Construction

Gas Standards Legislation

Comprises three components, WA gas regulations, safety and basic combustion and flueing.

Delivered at:


The Gas Legislation and Safety course comprises three components, WA Gas Regulations, Gas Safety and Basic Combustion and Flueing.

The course is delivered over two days at Rockingham campus. Students who are unable to attend the Rockingham campus may discuss their training and assessment options with lecturing staff; off-campus options can usually be arranged.

Successful completion of the final assessment will be needed to receive a completion letter that is required by Building and Energy to apply for a Gas Fitting Permit to Work Under Supervision.

 

Short course
National ID: S0059P
State ID: S0059P
Industry Building and Construction

General Legislative Requirements

This Electrical Licensing Board-approved course is designed to enhance participants’ existing electrical skills.

Delivered at:


Full Electrical Contractors Course

To be eligible you must hold a current electrical workers licence, restricted licence is not acceptable.

The full electrical contractors course includes both nominee and business components.

  • Nominee component includes five days face to face
  • Business component includes online learning plus one day of assessment maximum six months to complete

Business and Nominee contractors courses can be completed separately.

To make a booking or any general enquiries please use the web form on this page.

Course content

This Electrical Licensing Board-approved course provides theoretical and practical training and is designed to enhance participants’ existing skill sets. The program will not only build upon your current electrical trade studies, it will also improve and refresh your knowledge of:

• statutory requirements (Electrical Contractors Nominees/In-house Licence) 
• legislation and process (Electrical Contractors Nominees/In-house Licence) 
• inspection and testing of electrical installation work (Electrical Contractors Nominees/In-house Licence) 
• business task management and monitoring business operations (Electrical Contractors Licence)*

* Please note: If you are not working within an electrical contracting company, a person other than an electrical contractor may hold the business aspect of the licence. In this case, the electrical work will only be completed, under that aspect of the licence, by an electrician employed by that company and nominated by that same employer as the Nominees/In-house Licence holder.

Electrical Contractors Licence course consists of four mandatory units.

  • S0060P  EA103A Operation (Electrical) Legislative Requirements
  • S0056P  WAE100 Electrical Requirements
  • S0058P  EA102 Establishing a Contracting Business
  • S0059P  EA103B General Legislative Requirements

Electrical Contractors Nominees / In-house Licence course consists of two mandatory units.

  • S0060P  EA103A - Operation (Electrical) Legislative Requirements
  • S0056P  WAE100 - Electrical Requirements

Electrical Contractors Business Licence course consists of two mandatory units.

  • S0058P  EA102 - Establishing a Contracting Business
  • S0059P  EA103B - General Legislative Requirements

Course materials required

Students are required to obtain the following materials prior to course commencement.

From South Metropolitan TAFE:
AS/NZS 3000 and all amendments
AS/NZS 3008.1.1
AS/NZS 3760
AS/NZS 3017

From State Law Publisher
ph 6552 6000
8.30am to 4.30pm
Electrical (Licencing) Regulations 1991 and all amendments
Electricity Regulations 1947
WA Electrical Requirements
. This can be downloaded directly from http://www.commerce.wa.gov.au/publications/wa-electrical-requirements-waer or call Energy Safety on 6251 2000, Level 1, 303 Sevenoaks Street Cannington WA 6107

Standards Australia are subject to change without notice and all students should check for the latest version and amendments at purchase.

S0059P 2020 Dates

  • Future dates will be listed when they become available
Short course
National ID: AE381
State ID: AE381
Industry Hospitality, Tourism and Events
Free*
Skill sets

Hospitality Service Skill Set

Delivered at:


Get ready to pour some variety into your career

Gain the skills to prepare for an exciting, varied career in hospitality.  

This skill set will give you an introduction to serving customers in the hospitality industry. 

You will learn the knowledge and skills to provide excellent customer service, make coffee, serve alcohol and food and comply with hygiene standards and workplace health and safety. 

Gain the skills to: 

  • Provide responsible service of alcohol 
  • Prepare and serve espresso coffee  
  • Serve food and beverage  
  • Provide service to customers  
  • Process financial transactions 
  • Use hygiene practices for food safety  
  • Comply with infection prevention and control policies and procedures 
       

Next course dates:

Bentley    

  • Starting 8 February for 9 weeks, Mondays and Tuesdays and Fridays, 3.30pm to 5.30pm
    (additional hours in the restaurant will be rostered to you as a roster to assist you in developing your practical service skills)
     
  • Starting 19 April for 9 weeks, Mondays and Tuesdays and Fridays, 3.30pm to 5.30pm
    (additional hours in the restaurant will be allocated to you as a roster to assist you in developing your practical service skills)
     

Help using our online application:

You will need to have the evidence requirements (opens in a new tab) and relevant documents ready to upload with your application. See our guide for applying using our online system (1 MB) (PDF document - opens in a new tab) .   
 

Requirements of the course

This course includes both online study and on-campus practical and theory classes.

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Once enrolled, you will receive information about how to login to our eCampus and you will need to complete a literacy and numeracy quiz to show you can study online. Your study will involve accessing content online for 1 study module, followed by a series of online quiz assessments to test your knowledge.

 

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For the other modules of the course, you will need to attend campus to develop your skills in our restaurant facilities.

  

 

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 This course can help you get ready for your first job, or re-skill quickly for jobs that are available as WA's economy recovers. This course is free for 15 to 24 year olds; or those who are receiving JobSeeker, JobKeeper, Youth Allowance, AUSTUDY or ABSTUDY payments; or concession cardholders. If you’re not eligible, you can pay the course fee to gain these skills and become highly employable. See the full eligibility list in the important information tab below. Find out more about the initiative

Skill set
National ID: GAB03
State ID: GAB03
Industry Engineering and Mining

Industrial Control System Programming Skill Set

Develop your skills in computer-based measurement and programming - a strong laboratory and project-based course.

Delivered at:


Develop your skills in computer based measurement, programming and control

Explore PLC and SCADA systems in this skill set where our strong laboratory and project based approach provides students with practical experience in using these systems in an industry environment. Students will gain experience in working with a small scale system involving designing, programming, fault finding, testing and networking.

This course is ideal for FIFO workers - talk to us about how you can study this course flexibly.

 

2021 dates:

  • Semester 1 - Tuesdays 4:30pm to 8:30pm for 20 weeks starting from 2 February 2021
       

Requirements of the course:

This course requires both on-campus practical and theory classes; and connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study. 

on-campus_CD.png On-campus practical and theory classes:
For 3 hours every week, you will need to attend workshops and lectures on-campus. 
 

online_CD.png Connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study:
Once enrolled, you will receive information about how to login to our eCampus. Your study will include 6 to 8 hours a week using Blackboard, where you will access learning content, assignments, lesson plans and pre-reading for classes, at your place of choice, on or off-campus. To access the full suite of software activities, you will need to use College computers at Munster campus.

  

Course cost:

2021 fees for this course