TAFE NSW

Certificate I in Skills for Vocational Pathways - FSK10219

TAFE NSW

Type of institution: TAFE Institute
Level: Pre-degree
CRICOS: 00591E

This qualification is designed for individuals who need skills to prepare for a vocational pathway qualification or further foundation skills development.It is suitable for individuals who require:a pathway to employment and further vocational trainingreading, writing, oral communication, learning and numeracy skills primarily aligned to the Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF) Level 2entry level digital technology and employability skillseducation, training and employment goals.Foundation Skills Training Package qualifications may not be listed as an entry requirement for vocational qualifications.Licensing/Regulatory InformationNo licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.

Subjects

  • Interpret routine tables, graphs and charts and use information and data for work
  • Interact effectively with others at work
  • Use familiar, routine functions of a calculator for work
  • Participate in familiar spoken interactions at work
  • Participate in work placement
  • Use chance and probability calculations for work
  • Read and respond to routine workplace information
  • Use routine strategies for work-related learning
  • Identify and interpret common chance events for work
  • Use familiar and routine maps and plans for work
  • Identify simple strategies to respond to familiar workplace problems
  • Complete routine workplace formatted texts
  • Use familiar 2D shapes for work
  • Read and respond to short and simple workplace signs and symbols
  • Use short and simple strategies to organise highly familiar workplace tasks
  • Use digital technology for non-routine workplace tasks
  • Use whole numbers and simple fractions, decimals and percentages for work
  • Use oral communication skills to participate in workplace negotiations
  • Use strategies to respond to routine workplace problems
  • Read and respond to information in routine visual and graphic texts
  • Use common shapes for work
  • Write short and simple workplace formatted texts
  • Use strategies to identify job opportunities
  • Use simple and highly familiar spatial information for work
  • Calculate with whole numbers and familiar fractions, decimals and percentages for work
  • Use simple strategies for work-related learning
  • Estimate, measure and calculate with routine metric measurements for work
  • Write simple workplace formatted texts
  • Read and respond to simple informal workplace texts
  • Read and respond to simple and familiar workplace procedures
  • Interpret, draw and construct routine 2D and 3D shapes for work
  • Engage in short and simple spoken exchanges at work
  • Use digital technology for short and basic workplace tasks
  • Use routine strategies for career planning
  • Identify strategies to respond to short and simple workplace problems
  • Read and respond to routine standard operating procedures
  • Use oral communication skills to participate in workplace meetings
  • Use basic and familiar metric measurements for work
  • Construct simple tables and graphs for work
  • Use digital technology for routine and simple workplace tasks
  • Use strategies to plan simple workplace tasks
  • Use oral communication skills to participate in workplace teams
  • Use whole numbers and halves for work
  • Write simple workplace information
  • Use oral communication skills for effective workplace presentations
  • Write routine workplace texts
  • Use familiar and simple spatial information for work
  • Read and respond to short and simple workplace information
  • Write short and simple workplace information
  • Read and respond to simple workplace information
  • Use familiar and simple metric measurements for work
  • Collect data and construct routine tables and graphs for work
  • Use short and simple strategies for work-related learning
  • Use simple data for work
  • Use familiar and simple data for work
  • Use short and simple strategies for career planning
  • Develop a plan to organise routine workplace tasks

Study information

CampusFeesEntryMid year intakeAttendance
Albury Campus No
  • Part-time : 18 weeks
Ballina Campus No
  • Part-time : 18 weeks
Blacktown College No
  • Full-time : 18 weeks
Boggabilla Campus No
  • Part-time : 18 weeks
Bourke College No
  • Part-time : 19 weeks
Brewarrina College No
  • Part-time : 19 weeks
Broken Hill College No
  • Part-time : 18 weeks
Cessnock Campus No
  • Part-time : 18 weeks
Cobar College No
  • Part-time : 18 weeks
Condobolin College No
  • Part-time : 18 weeks
Coomealla College No
  • Part-time : 18 weeks
Coonamble College No
  • Part-time : 19 weeks
Deniliquin Campus No
  • Part-time : 36 weeks
Dubbo College, Myall Street Campus No
  • Full-time : 18 weeks
Finley Campus No
  • Part-time : 36 weeks
Forbes College No
  • Part-time : 18 weeks
Gilgandra College No
  • Part-time : 19 weeks
Grafton Campus No
  • Part-time : 18 weeks
Granville College No
  • Full-time : 18 weeks
Gunnedah Campus No
  • Full-time : 18 weeks
Lake Cargelligo College No
  • Part-time : 18 weeks
Lidcombe College No
  • Full-time : 18 weeks
Lightning Ridge College No
  • Part-time : 18 weeks
Liverpool College No
  • Full-time : 16 weeks
Macksville Campus No
  • Part-time : 18 weeks
Maclean Campus No
  • Part-time : 18 weeks
Maitland Campus No
  • Part-time : 18 weeks
Meadowbank Campus No
  • Part-time : 17 weeks
Menindee College No
  • Part-time : 18 weeks
Miller College No
  • Part-time : 18 weeks
Moree Campus No
  • Part-time : 18 weeks
Mount Druitt College No
  • Full-time : 18 weeks
Mudgee College No
  • Part-time : 18 weeks
Narrabri Campus No
  • Part-time : 18 weeks
Nowra Campus No
  • Full-time : 9 weeks
Nyngan College No
  • Part-time : 19 weeks
Orange College, March Street Campus No
  • Part-time : 18 weeks
Parkes College No
  • Part-time : 18 weeks
Queanbeyan Campus No
  • Full-time : 36 weeks
Quirindi Campus No
  • Full-time : 18 weeks
Singleton Campus No
  • Part-time : 18 weeks
Tamworth Campus No
  • Full-time : 18 weeks
Ultimo College, Main Campus No
  • Full-time : 17 weeks
  • Part-time : 34 weeks
Wagga Wagga Campus No
  • Part-time : 18 weeks
Walgett College No
  • Part-time : 18 weeks
Warren College No
  • Part-time : 19 weeks
Wellington College No
  • Full-time : 18 weeks
Wetherill Park College No
  • Part-time : 18 weeks
Wilcannia College No
  • Part-time : 18 weeks
Wollongong Campus No
  • Full-time : 9 weeks

Fee comments

Campuses: Singleton Campus.

**FULLY GOVERNMENT SUBSIDISED**This course is fully government-subsidised for eligible students, meaning you will not have to pay any course fees. It is part of a program to help people develop the skills they need to get a job, undertake entry level qualifications or transition to a new job.If you are not eligible for subsidised training, you can still choose to enrol in the course but will need to pay the full (non-subsidised) fee.

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