Established in 1913, WEA Illawarra became a Registered Training Organisation (RTO No: 90297) in 1998 that offers courses in business; computer; retail ; foundation skills and general leisure. Training can be delivered in the classroom, workplace, online or a combination of methods. WEA Illawarra is registered as a provider under Smart and Skilled for Foundations Skills; Certificate II and III Entitlement programs; Targeted Priorities Programs and New Entrant Traineeships in a range of qualifications.
Entry requirements for Workers Educational Association (WEA) Illawarra
WEA is part of the UOW Pathways program. Students completing their Certificate IV or Diploma courses can apply to join the pathways program that will provide guaranteed entry into an undergraduate degree in wither Arts; Social Sciences ; Commerce or Business on successful completion of program.
Transfering your previous study credits
RPL or RCC is offered according to standard guidelines for Registered Training Organisations. RCC is most often used for the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.
External study opportunities
Some training is available via external study.