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North Metropolitan TAFE is one of Australia’s largest training providers. We deliver over 300 ​nationally accredited training courses to over 29 000 students annually making us the primary deliverer of higher education technical and vocational qualifications in Western Australia.

From our inception over 115 years ago as Western Australia’s first post secondary education provider, we have continued to expand to meet the needs of the public and industry. Recently we have expanded our delivery to include courses ranging from Certificate I to Associate Degrees from Northbridge to Joondalup in the North. We have also created more pathways for further study at university, giving you more training options at more locations.

As from 1 January 2017 we will be expanding your choices even further with additional campuses located in Balga and Midland. Course available at these campuses are listed under the appropriate category.

Study Modes

Full-time

Our full-time award courses generally operate during the day, Monday to Friday for approximately 20-25 hours per week. Course duration can range from one semester to a few years. Courses may have an intake in first or second semester, or both, and application is generally through TAFE Admissions Online. 

You can search the full list of our courses below or click though to Apply and enrol for further information.

Part-time

We offer a wide variety of part-time study options at North Metropolitan TAFE. Part-time study usually requires attending classes in the evenings although some study areas may offer day time classes. Students select from available units each semester. Visit Apply and enrol for more information on part-time study with us. 

Online

Studying online can give you the flexibility of learning at a time and place that suits you. Courses are fully facilitated by qualified lecturers and span a variety of industries. You will need some basic computer skills and technical access to study online.  Online Study has a list of available courses and requirements.  

Short courses

North Metropolitan TAFE offers a broad range of both recreation and industry short courses. Our quality programs are taught by skilled lecturers in outstanding facilities. To find out more see Short Courses.

Course List

Below is a full list of our courses you can search by typing in the text box.

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22075VIC
1632

Are you ready to learn a second language with a difference?

When you complete the Certificate II in Auslan you'll have the basics of a new...

Course Overview

Where Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
Midland
Northbridge Building 1
Duration

6 months (1 semester) full time

How Full-Time
Part-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

This qualification aims to improve your Auslan skills to undertake further training and education and enhance your employment opportunities.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

22077VIC Certificate III in Auslan

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Semester 1

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Outline the development of social and educational conditions for deaf communities VU20232 25400
Identify significant features of Deaf community and culture VU20234 25402
Use simple Auslan for personal purposes VU20230 25398
Use simple Auslan for employment purposes VU20228 25396
Use simple Auslan for learning purposes VU20229 25397
Apply basic principles of learning Auslan as a second language VU20233 25401
Use simple Auslan for social and community purposes VU20231 25399

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

22077VIC
1633

This course builds on the Certificate II in Auslan and will provide you with the skills to sign in everyday social and personal contexts.

...

Course Overview

Where Northbridge Building 1
Duration

6 months (1 semester) full time.

How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 2, 2016.

This qualification aims to improve your Auslan skills to undertake further training and education and enhance your employment opportunities

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

22078VIC Certificate IV in Auslan

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

GROUP 01 CORE UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Use routine Auslan for learning purposes VU20236 25404
Use routine Auslan for social and community purposes VU20238 25406
Use routine Auslan for employment purposes VU20235 25403
Use routine Auslan for personal purposes VU20237 25405
Identify issues in Australian Deaf history VU20239 25407
Analyse the structure of signs in Auslan VU20240 25408

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

22078VIC
1634

This Certificate IV provides an in-depth knowledge of deaf protocol and will develop your ability to adjust signing styles to suit a specified...

Course Overview

Where Northbridge Building 1
Duration

Six months (1 semester) full time.

How Full-Time
Part-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

The opportunity for employment in a role requiring Auslan qualifications.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

22081VIC Diploma of Auslan

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

GROUP 01 UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Conduct individual research project VU20252 25418
Use complex Auslan for learning purposes VU20242 25410
Use complex Auslan for employment purposes VU20241 25409
Use complex Auslan for personal purposes VU20243 25411
Indentify conditions and requirements for sign language interpreting VU20253 25419
Communicate with Deafblind people VU20247 25415
Use complex Auslan for social and community purposes VU20244 25412
Compare the structure of sentences in Auslan and English VU20245 25413

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
C Grades in Year 11 WACE General English, and OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 11 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate II or Certificate III

 

22081VIC
1635

This diploma will provide you with the skills to use Auslan in a range of specialised, complex and technical workplace exchanges across personal,...

Course Overview

Where Northbridge Building 1
Duration

Six months (1 semester) full time.

How Full-Time
Part-Time
When This course is available for Semester 2, 2016.

Your Diploma of Auslan prepares you for roles in areas such as:

  • Personal development
  • Deaf employment
  • Deaf learning, and
  • Social and community work.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

PSP50916 Diploma of Interpreting (LOTE)

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

GROUP 01 CORE UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Use specialised Auslan for employment purposes VU20254 25421
Analyse the semantics and sociolinguistics of Auslan VU20258 25425
Use specialised Auslan for personal purposes VU20256 25423
Use specialised Auslan for learning purposes VU20255 25422
Use specialised Auslan for social and community purposes VU20257 25424

GROUP 02 ELECTIVE UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Conduct individual Auslan language research project VU20259 25426
Indentify key factors in moving between Auslan and English VU20260 25427

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
Completion of WACE General or ATAR (Minimum C Grades) or equivalent Completion of WACE General or ATAR or equivalent (minimum C Grades) Certificate III

 

22250VIC
1670

Certificate I in EAL (Access) enables the development of English language speaking, listening, reading and writing skills directly related to...

Course Overview

Where Northbridge Building 1
Duration

One semester full time.

How Full-Time
Part-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

This qualification aims to improve your academic skills to undertake further training and education and enhance your employment opportunities.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Certificate II EAL (Access) or Certificate II EAL (Employment).
Certificate II industry qualifications

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

GROUP 01 SEMESTER 1

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Plan language learning with support VU21454 47446
Read and write short simple informational and instructional texts VU21448 47450
Read and write short simple messages and forms VU21449 47449
Operate a personal computer BSBITU101 AUL79
Give and respond to short, simple verbal instructions and information VU21450 47448
Recognise and use basic mathematical symbols and processes VU20940 47458
Participate in short simple exchanges VU21451 47447
Identify Australian leisure activities VU21444 47454

GROUP 02 STUDY SKILLS UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Program Support 1 GATPGS001A AW796
Program Support 1 GATPGS001A AW796
PROGRAM SUPPORT 1 GATPGS001A AW796
PROGRAM SUPPORT 1 GATPGS001A AW796

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF

 

22251VIC
1671

Do you speak another language at home (not English)?

When you finish the Certificate II in EAL (Access) you will be able to use English...

Course Overview

Where Balga
Northbridge Building 1
Duration

One semester full time.

How Full-Time
Part-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

This course aims to improve your reading, writing, maths, and employability skills to do further training and education.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

22254VIC Certificate III In EAL (Employment)

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

GROUP 01 SEMESTER 1

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Communicate in the workplace BSBCMM201 AUL22
Communicate electronically BSBITU203 AUI87
Participate in simple conversations and transactions VU21456 47462
Read and write simple instructional and informational texts VU21459 47465
Contribute to workplace innovation BSBINN201 AUI88
Read and write simple personal communications and transactional texts VU21458 47464
Develop and document a learning plan and portfolio with guidance VU21297 47461
Give and respond to simple verbal information and directions VU21457 47463

GROUP 02 STUDY SUPPORT UNIT

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Program Support 1 GATPGS001A AW796
Program Support 1 GATPGS001A AW796
PROGRAM SUPPORT 1 GATPGS001A AW796
PROGRAM SUPPORT 1 GATPGS001A AW796

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF

 

22253VIC
1673

Do you speak another language at home (not English)?

When you finish the Certificate II in EAL (Access) you will be able to use English...

Course Overview

Where Balga
Northbridge Building 1
Duration
How Continuous Enrolment
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

This course aims to improve your reading, writing, maths, and employability skills to do further training and education.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

You may be able to study other Certificate III and Certificate IV TAFE courses.

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

GROUP 01 SEMESTER 1

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Give and respond to a range of straightforward information and instructions VU21466 47473
Read and write straightforward communications and transactional texts VU21467 47474
Read and write straightforward informational and instructions texts VU21468 47475
Develop and document a learning plan and portfolio VU21323 47471
Engage in casual conversations and straightforward transactions VU21465 47472
Investigate features of the Australian legal system VU21471 47479
Investigate Australia art and culture VU21473 47481
Create electronic presentations BSBITU302B WB898

GROUP 02 OPTIONAL UNIT

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Investigate features of the education system in Australia VU21472 47480

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF

 

22254VIC
1674
Do you speak another language at home (not English)?

When you finish the Certificate III in EAL (Employment) you will be ready for gaining...

Course Overview

Where Northbridge Building 1
Duration

One semester full time.

How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

This course aims to improve your reading, writing, maths, and employability skills to do further training and education.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

You may be able to study other Certificate III and Certificate IV TAFE courses

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

GROUP 01 EMPLOYMENT SKILLS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Research pathways and produce a learning plan and portfolio VU21353 81643
PREPARE TO WORK EFFECTIVELY IN AN AUSTRALIAN WORKPLACE VU21486 35855
Engage with a range of complex texts for employment purposes VU21357 81647
Access the internet and email to develop language VU21461 47468
Work in a team PUATEA001B D2879
Develop and document a learning plan and portfolio VU21323 47471
Read and write straightforward texts for employment VU21489 47483
Participate in a range of straightforward interactions for employment VU21488 47482

GROUP 02 PRACTICE OFFICE

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Access the internet and email to develop language VU21461 47468
Prepare and serve espresso coffee SITHFAB204 WF636
Read and write straightforward texts for employment VU21489 47483
Deliver a service to customers BSBCUS201 AUK74
Develop and document a learning plan and portfolio VU21323 81612
Participate in a range of straightforward interactions for employment VU21488 47482
Organise and complete daily work activities BSBWOR202 AUK61
Produce simple word processed documents BSBITU201 AUL70

GROUP 03 PRE REQUISTE FOR GROUP 02

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Use hygienic practices for food safety SITXFSA101 WF779

GROUP 04 STUDY SKILLS UNIT

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Program Support 1 GATPGS001A AW796
PROGRAM SUPPORT 1 GATPGS001A AW796
PROGRAM SUPPORT 1 GATPGS001A AW796
Program Support 1 GATPGS001A AW796

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

 

22256VIC
1676

This course will further develop your English language speaking, listening, reading and writing skills to enable you to access a range of...

Course Overview

Where Northbridge Building 1
Duration
How
When

This qualification aims to improve your academic skills to undertake further training and education and enhance your employment opportunities.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Certificate IV or Diploma industry qualifications.

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Module Group Core Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Research pathways and produce a learning plan and portfolio VU21353 81643

Module Group General Electives

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Research the history of Indigenous people in Australia VU21480 47494
Research features of Australian Government VU21479 47493
Design and review a project VU21389 81678
Research events in Australian history post 1770 VU21481 47495
Research current issues VU21482 47496
Apply essential further study skills VU20746 47499
Analyse texts in their cultural context VU20752 47498
Analyse stories / narratives within cultures VU20749 47497

Module Group Language Skills

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Analyse and participate in complex conversations VU21474 47503
Read and write complex creative texts VU21478 47492
Read and write complex instructions and advisory texts VU21477 47491
Give and respond to a wide range of oral presentations and instructions VU21475 47489
Read and write complex communications and transactional texts VU21476 47490

Module Group Reading and Writing

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Read and write complex communications and transactional texts VU21476 47490
Read and write complex creative texts VU21478 47492
Read and write complex instructions and advisory texts VU21477 47491

Module Group Speaking and Listening Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Give and respond to a wide range of oral presentations and instructions VU21475 47489
Analyse and participate in complex conversations VU21474 47503

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

 

10221NAT
3170

This course is intended to provide participants with the combination of creative, conceptual and applied design skills for a manufacturing/...

Course Overview

Where Northbridge Building 6
Duration

One year (2 semesters) full time.

How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

Employment as a product designer or technician in enterprises including large manufacturing companies or design studios, or contract-based employment on a freelance basis.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

University

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

GROUP 01 SEMESTER 1

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Undertake project work BSBPMG522A WG182
Develop complex prototype models NSWTPDES604 23717
Assess and resolve technical integrity of a design LMFFDT5003A WA389
Create and evaluate a digital production prototype NSWTPDES601 23714
Research global design trends BSBDES602A D0670
Research and recommend alternative manufacturing processes LMFFDT5010A WA395
Test digital prototypes NSWTPDES602 23715
Establish, negotiate and refine a design brief BSBDES502A D0668
Design for mass production LMFFDT6002A WA399
Develop a marketing plan BSBMKG609A D0885
Originate a body of independent creative work CUVPRP601A S7756
Produce graphic designs for 2-D and 3-D applications CUVGRD502A S7665

GROUP 02 SEMESTER 2

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Design innovative products CUVDES601B S7640
Apply industrial design personal and professional practices NSWTPDES603 23716
Render images using computer graphics software MEM19042A S7594
Manage project cost BSBPMG514A WG101
Design sustainable product or process MSS015004A D7733
Evaluate and participate in design industry networks LMFFDT6003A WA400
Create and manipulate graphics CUVGRD504A S7667
Manage design realisation BSBDES601A D0669
Work safely MSAPMOHS200A W8249
Research and apply design theory BSBDES701A D0671
Work collaboratively on a design project LMFFDT6005A WA402
Research and evaluate products, materials and processes LMFFT6001B W8663

North Metropolitan TAFE is committed to ensuring that all international students have an enjoyable experience studying in Australia. Students are supported by a dedicated International Centre team who provide personal counselling, course advice, student support and many other services.

Fees, applications and enrolments for International Students are different to those for local students. International students must be enrolled in full time study on campus. For more information about courses, enrolment and course fees for international students:

TAFE International Western Australia,
Department of Training and Workforce Development - Customer Service Centre
Level 7, 3 Forrest Place, Perth WA 6000
Tel: +61 8 9218 2100
Fax: +61 8 9218 2160
Email: study.tiwa@dtwd.wa.gov.au
Web: www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au

or

International Centre
North Metropolitan TAFE
30 Aberdeen Street, Northbridge, Western Australia, 6003
Tel: +61 8 94271873
Fax: +61 8 9427 1992
Email: internationalstudy@nmtafe.wa.edu.au
Web: northmetrotafe.wa.edu.au

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF

 

10221NAT
3170

This course is intended to provide participants with the combination of creative, conceptual and applied design skills for a manufacturing/...

Course Overview

Where Northbridge Building 6
Duration

One year (2 semesters) full time.

How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

Employment as a product designer or technician in enterprises including large manufacturing companies or design studios, or contract-based employment on a freelance basis.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

University

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

GROUP 01 SEMESTER 1

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Undertake project work BSBPMG522A WG182
Develop complex prototype models NSWTPDES604 23717
Assess and resolve technical integrity of a design LMFFDT5003A WA389
Create and evaluate a digital production prototype NSWTPDES601 23714
Research global design trends BSBDES602A D0670
Research and recommend alternative manufacturing processes LMFFDT5010A WA395
Test digital prototypes NSWTPDES602 23715
Establish, negotiate and refine a design brief BSBDES502A D0668
Design for mass production LMFFDT6002A WA399
Develop a marketing plan BSBMKG609A D0885
Originate a body of independent creative work CUVPRP601A S7756
Produce graphic designs for 2-D and 3-D applications CUVGRD502A S7665

GROUP 02 SEMESTER 2

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Design innovative products CUVDES601B S7640
Apply industrial design personal and professional practices NSWTPDES603 23716
Render images using computer graphics software MEM19042A S7594
Manage project cost BSBPMG514A WG101
Design sustainable product or process MSS015004A D7733
Evaluate and participate in design industry networks LMFFDT6003A WA400
Create and manipulate graphics CUVGRD504A S7667
Manage design realisation BSBDES601A D0669
Work safely MSAPMOHS200A W8249
Research and apply design theory BSBDES701A D0671
Work collaboratively on a design project LMFFDT6005A WA402
Research and evaluate products, materials and processes LMFFT6001B W8663

North Metropolitan TAFE is committed to ensuring that all international students have an enjoyable experience studying in Australia. Students are supported by a dedicated International Centre team who provide personal counselling, course advice, student support and many other services.

Fees, applications and enrolments for International Students are different to those for local students. International students must be enrolled in full time study on campus. For more information about courses, enrolment and course fees for international students:

TAFE International Western Australia,
Department of Training and Workforce Development - Customer Service Centre
Level 7, 3 Forrest Place, Perth WA 6000
Tel: +61 8 9218 2100
Fax: +61 8 9218 2160
Email: study.tiwa@dtwd.wa.gov.au
Web: www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au

or

International Centre
North Metropolitan TAFE
30 Aberdeen Street, Northbridge, Western Australia, 6003
Tel: +61 8 94271873
Fax: +61 8 9427 1992
Email: internationalstudy@nmtafe.wa.edu.au
Web: northmetrotafe.wa.edu.au

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF

 

52648WA
3706

Completion of the course provides evidence of competence and enables persons from the client groups to apply to the Electrical Licensing Board for...

Course Overview

Where Balga
Duration
How Part-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

This course leads to a licensing outcome for suitably qualified electricians -- A Grade Licence.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

There are no further qualification pathways beyond completion of this course.

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Module Group Core Modules

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Design and install low voltage electrical wiring 35754
Inspect and test electrical wiring and equipment 35753

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

 

EAL

22259VIC
3708

The Course in EAL meets an identified community need, but does not have the breadth, depth or volume of learning of a qualification.

Course Overview

Where Balga
Leederville
Duration
How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

Successful completion of this course assists you to improve you language and literacy skills to undertake further training or enhance your employment opportunities.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Initial level English literacy skills development which lead to pathway to further English study

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Module Group Core Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Develop a language learning plan with support VU21430 35760

Module Group Numeracy Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Recognise measurements in simple, highly familiar situations VU21293 81581
Recognise and locate simple numerical information in short, simple highly familiar texts VU21295 81583
Recognise, give and follow simple and familiar oral directions VU21292 81580
Recognise and locate numerical information in simple, highly familiar tables and graphs VU21296 81584
Recognise shape and design in simple, highly familiar situations VU21294 81582
Recognise numbers and money in simple, highly familiar situations VU21291 81579

Module Group Reading and Writing Core Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Read and write short, basic factual texts VU21435 35765
Read and write short basic messages and forms VU21434 35764
READ AND WRITE SHORT BASIC MESSAGES AND FORMS VU21434 35764

Module Group Speaking and Listening Core Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Give and respond to basic information and instructions VU21433 35763
Communicate basic personal details and needs 35762
Use beginning language learning strategies with support 35761

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF

 

52689WA
3728

This course will provide the underpinning knowledge of human anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, health mathematics, and the application...

Course Overview

Where Joondalup (McLarty Avenue)
Midland
Mount Lawley
Duration

Six months (1 semester) full time, 3 days a week.

How Full-Time
International Students (In Australia)
When This course is available for Semester 2, 2016.
This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

The course enhances the prospects of mature age candidates seeking admission to Universities to undertake undergraduate studies in Nursing.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Diploma of Nursing (Enrolled/Division 2 Nursing)

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Academic Skills and Text Documents

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Design and produce text documents BSBITU303A D0786
Develop effective academic skills 35860

Anatomy and Physiology, and Medical Terminology

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Interpret and apply medical terminology appropriately BSBMED301B D0835
Develop understanding of human anatomy & physiology 35859

General Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Use mathematics in nursing applications 35861
Develop knowledge of microbiology for use in health settings 35862
Use fundamentals of physics and chemistry in a health context 35864

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
C Grades in Year 11 WACE General English, and OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 11 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate II or Certificate III

 

52703WA
3741

The Advanced Diploma of Games Development course will prepare you for work in the games, simulation or 3D visualisation industries.
You'll...

Course Overview

Where East Perth
Duration One year (2 semesters) full time.
How Full-Time
International Students (In Australia)
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

GROUP 01 SEMESTER 1

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Create environments and props for games 35901
Develop storylines and treatments CUFWRT501A D1200
Design levels and gameplay 35900
Produce game states 35902
Model, texture and rig 3D characters 23700
Extend professional expertise with drawing and other visual representation tools CUVACD601A S7620

GROUP 02 SEMESTER 2

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Produce rapid prototypes 35903
Build advanced user interface ICAPRG505A D8020
Produce character performance animation 23709
Develop a marketing plan BSBMKG609A D0885
Extend expertise in a specialised art form to professional level CUVPRP606A S7761
Implement sound designs CUSSOU503A D2972

North Metropolitan TAFE is committed to ensuring that all international students have an enjoyable experience studying in Australia. Students are supported by a dedicated International Centre team who provide personal counselling, course advice, student support and many other services.

Fees, applications and enrolments for International Students are different to those for local students. International students must be enrolled in full time study on campus. For more information about courses, enrolment and course fees for international students:

TAFE International Western Australia,
Department of Training and Workforce Development - Customer Service Centre
Level 7, 3 Forrest Place, Perth WA 6000
Tel: +61 8 9218 2100
Fax: +61 8 9218 2160
Email: study.tiwa@dtwd.wa.gov.au
Web: www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au

or

International Centre
North Metropolitan TAFE
30 Aberdeen Street, Northbridge, Western Australia, 6003
Tel: +61 8 94271873
Fax: +61 8 9427 1992
Email: internationalstudy@nmtafe.wa.edu.au
Web: northmetrotafe.wa.edu.au

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF

 

10262NAT
3742

The Certificate III in Police Studies is a pre-application policing course that provides an introduction to policing skills and knowledge of the...

Course Overview

Where Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
Northbridge Building 1
Duration
How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

This course can be used as a pathway to a career in the police force as well as other compliance and investigation roles such as customs, immigration and parks and wildlife.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Certificate III in Police Studies can provide a pathway to Certificate IV level qualifications in government.

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Core units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Apply ethics to issues in policing POLETH301A 35904
Address client needs PSPGOV309A C8005
Use workplace communication strategies PSPGOV312A C8008
Design and produce business documents BSBITU306 AUJ88
Work effectively with diversity PSPGOV308B C8004
Contribute to workplace safety PSPOHS301A C8064
Apply knowledge of contemporary social issues for police POLSOC301A 35906
Apply key concepts in law and justice to issues in policing POLJUS301A 35905
Contribute to conflict management PSPGOV314A C8010

Elective units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
VERBAL AND ABSTRACT REASONING N9015
VERBAL AND ABSTRACT REASONING N9015
VERBAL REASONING N9015
VERBAL REASONING N9015

This course requires direct enrolment through North Metro TAFE.

Please call 1300 300 822 or email enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au to be put in touch with the appropriate study area.

This course is not available for enrolment through TAFE Admissions.

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

52724WA
3745

Gain advanced skills in the design and drafting of engineering plans to Australian and New Zealand standards and you could be working on local,...

Course Overview

Where Northbridge Building 2
Duration 2 years (4 semesters) full time. 1 year (2 semesters) full time with completion of Diploma of Civil and Structural Engineering
How Full-Time
International Students (In Australia)
When This course is available for Semester 2, 2016.
This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

Your Advanced Diploma Civil and Structural Engineering prepares you for roles such as:

  • Civil or Structural Draftsperson
  • Civil or Structural Design Draftsperson
  • Senior Draftsperson
  • Design Draftsperson
  • Engineering Associate

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Completion may lead to Curtin University's Bachelor of Engineering (Civil and Construction) with the possibility of advanced standing

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Entrance Requirements

Certificate III in engineering or related field

GROUP 01 UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Produce an engineering design for a reinforced concrete structure VU21134 35934
Produce an advanced engineering design for a reinforced concrete structure VU21122 35935
Produce an engineering design for a steel structure VU21135 35936
Use structural analysis in engineering 35923
Use basic structural analysis in engineering 35922
Produce an engineering drainage design of pipes and culverts VU21131 35933
Use soils in engineering 35925
Use fluids in engineering 35926
Organise and communicate information MEM16006A W5451
Interact with computing technology MEM16008A W5452
Use computer aided drafting systems to produce basic engineering drawings MEM30001A W5426
Manage self in the engineering environment MEM22002A W5672
Apply technical mathematics MEM23004A WE917
Use CAD to create and display 3D models MEM30004A W5443
Manage environmental effects of engineering activities MEM22007A W5677
Apply mathematical techniques in a manufacturing engineering or related environment MEM30012A W5428
Produce basic engineering graphics MEM30002A W5427
Produce an advanced engineering design for a steel structure VU21123 35937
Produce engineering drawings for a stormwater reticulation scheme VU21143 35931
Use basic soils in engineering 35917
Produce advanced engineering drawings for a reinforced concrete structure VU21137 35927
Produce advanced engineering drawings for a steel structure VU21139 35928
Produce basic steel drawings 35916
Produce basic concrete drawings 35915
Use statics in engineering 35913
Use materials in engineering 35914
Use strength of materials in engineering 35920
Produce drawings to enable urban road construction VU21142 35929
Produce an engineering design for a sewerage reticulation scheme VU21133 35932
Use basic construction in engineering 35911
Use basic fluids in engineering 35918
Produce engineering drawings for a rural road VU21141 35930
Apply construction principles to civil engineering works VU21125 35938
Use 3D CAD in engineering 35924
Use physics in engineering 35912
Use surveying in engineering 35919

GROUP 02 UNIVERSITY UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Apply calculus to engineering tasks MEM23007A WE920
Use advanced mathematics in engineering 35939

North Metropolitan TAFE is committed to ensuring that all international students have an enjoyable experience studying in Australia. Students are supported by a dedicated International Centre team who provide personal counselling, course advice, student support and many other services.

Fees, applications and enrolments for International Students are different to those for local students. International students must be enrolled in full time study on campus. For more information about courses, enrolment and course fees for international students:

TAFE International Western Australia,
Department of Training and Workforce Development - Customer Service Centre
Level 7, 3 Forrest Place, Perth WA 6000
Tel: +61 8 9218 2100
Fax: +61 8 9218 2160
Email: study.tiwa@dtwd.wa.gov.au
Web: www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au

or

International Centre
North Metropolitan TAFE
30 Aberdeen Street, Northbridge, Western Australia, 6003
Tel: +61 8 94271873
Fax: +61 8 9427 1992
Email: internationalstudy@nmtafe.wa.edu.au
Web: northmetrotafe.wa.edu.au

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
Completion of WACE General or ATAR (Minimum C Grades) or equivalent Completion of WACE General or ATAR or equivalent (minimum C Grades) Certificate III

 

52725WA
3746

You'll gain the skills you need to begin or advance your career in civil engineering with this Diploma course.

This qualification is aimed...

Course Overview

Where East Perth
Northbridge Building 2
Duration One year (two semesters) full time
How Full-Time
International Students (In Australia)
When This course is available for Semester 2, 2016.
This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

On completion of this course you could work as a designer or para-professional supporting engineers in the following roles: Civil Draftsperson, Civil Design Draftsperson, Civil Drafting Assistant or Construction Supervisor/Quality Control.

On completion of this course you could work as a designer or para-professional supporting engineers in the following roles:

  • Civil Draftsperson
  • Civil Design Draftsperson
  • Civil  Drafting Assistant
  • Construction Supervisor/Quality Control

Further study opportunities:

Advanced Diploma of Civil and Structural Engineering or may provide entry to university

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Entrance Requirements

Certificate III in engineering or related field

GROUP 01 STAGE 01 (term 1)

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Use physics in engineering 35912
Apply mathematical techniques in a manufacturing engineering or related environment MEM30012A W5428
Interact with computing technology MEM16008A W5452
Use basic construction in engineering 35911
Organise and communicate information MEM16006A W5451

GROUP 02 STAGE 01 (term 2)

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Use computer aided drafting systems to produce basic engineering drawings MEM30001A W5426
Produce basic engineering graphics MEM30002A W5427
Manage self in the engineering environment MEM22002A W5672
Use materials in engineering 35914
Use statics in engineering 35913

GROUP 03 -- STAGE 02 (term 1)

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Use basic soils in engineering 35917
Apply technical mathematics MEM23004A WE917
Use CAD to create and display 3D models MEM30004A W5443
Produce basic steel drawings 35916
Produce basic concrete drawings 35915

GROUP 04 -- STAGE 02 (term 2)

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Manage environmental effects of engineering activities MEM22007A W5677
Use strength of materials in engineering 35920
Use surveying in engineering 35919
Use basic fluids in engineering 35918

North Metropolitan TAFE is committed to ensuring that all international students have an enjoyable experience studying in Australia. Students are supported by a dedicated International Centre team who provide personal counselling, course advice, student support and many other services.

Fees, applications and enrolments for International Students are different to those for local students. International students must be enrolled in full time study on campus. For more information about courses, enrolment and course fees for international students:

TAFE International Western Australia,
Department of Training and Workforce Development - Customer Service Centre
Level 7, 3 Forrest Place, Perth WA 6000
Tel: +61 8 9218 2100
Fax: +61 8 9218 2160
Email: study.tiwa@dtwd.wa.gov.au
Web: www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au

or

International Centre
North Metropolitan TAFE
30 Aberdeen Street, Northbridge, Western Australia, 6003
Tel: +61 8 94271873
Fax: +61 8 9427 1992
Email: internationalstudy@nmtafe.wa.edu.au
Web: northmetrotafe.wa.edu.au

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
Completion of WACE General or ATAR (Minimum C Grades) or equivalent Completion of WACE General or ATAR or equivalent (minimum C Grades) Certificate III

 

10361NAT
6481
Are you new to Australia?

When you finish the Course in Preliminary Spoken and Written English you will have basic English skills.

You will...

Course Overview

Where Balga
Duration

6 months (1 semester) full time

How Full-Time
Part-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

This qualification aims to improve your academic skills to undertake further training and education and enhance your employment opportunities.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Certificate I in Spoken and Written English - 10362NAT

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Module Group Core units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Preliminary learning strategies SWELRN001A 81681
Decoding words and simple sentences SWEDEC002A 81682

Module Group Elective units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Giving basic personal information SWEPRN008A 81688
Engaging in short exchanges SWEEXC009A 81689
Understanding time and money SWETIM007A 81687
Recognising common visual symbols SWESYM005A 81685
Recognising and writing letters SWELTR003 81683
Recognising and writing numbers SWENUM004A 81684
Writing words and simple sentences SWEWRD006A 81686

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF

 

10361NAT
6481
Are you new to Australia?

When you finish the Course in Preliminary Spoken and Written English you will have basic English skills.

You will...

Course Overview

Where Balga
Duration

6 months (1 semester) full time

How Full-Time
Part-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

This qualification aims to improve your academic skills to undertake further training and education and enhance your employment opportunities.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Certificate I in Spoken and Written English - 10362NAT

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Module Group Core units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Preliminary learning strategies SWELRN001A 81681
Decoding words and simple sentences SWEDEC002A 81682

Module Group Elective units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Giving basic personal information SWEPRN008A 81688
Engaging in short exchanges SWEEXC009A 81689
Understanding time and money SWETIM007A 81687
Recognising common visual symbols SWESYM005A 81685
Recognising and writing letters SWELTR003 81683
Recognising and writing numbers SWENUM004A 81684
Writing words and simple sentences SWEWRD006A 81686

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF

 

10362NAT
6482
Are you new to Australia?

When you finish the Certificate I in Spoken and Written English you will have basic English skills.

You will...

Course Overview

Where Balga
Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
Midland
Northbridge Building 1
Duration
How Full-Time
Part-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

This qualification aims to improve your academic skills to undertake further training and education and enhance your employment opportunities.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

10363NAT Certificate II in Spoken and Written English

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Core units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Basic learning strategies SWELRN101A 81690

Elective units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Comprehending written instructions and completing a short form SWEINS108A 81697
Comprehending and composing written descriptions SWEDES109A 81698
Comprehending and composing written recounts SWEREC110A 81699
Comprehending and participating in short transactional exchanges SWETRA103A 81692
Giving personal information SWEPER102A 81691
Comprehending short news and informal texts SWENEW112A 81701

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF

 

10363NAT
6483

Are you new to Australia?

When you finish the Certificate II in Spoken and Written English you will have limited English skills. You will...

Course Overview

Where Balga
Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
Midland
Northbridge Building 1
Duration One semester full time
How Full-Time
Part-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

This course aims to improve your reading, writing, maths, and employability skills to do further training and education.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

10363NAT Certificate III in Written and Spoken English

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Core units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Intermediate learning strategies SWELRN201A 81704

Elective units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Comprehending written instructions and completing formatted texts SWEFOR208A 81711
Comprehending and composing story texts SWESTO209A 81712
Comprehending and composing information reports SWEMTN212A 81715
Comprehending and giving spoken instructions SWEINS206A 81709
Comprehending and participating in routine casual conversations SWECAS202A 81705
Comprehending and giving spoken information SWEINF204A 81707

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF

 

10364NAT
6484
Are you new to Australia?

When you finish the Certificate III in Spoken and Written English you will have intermediate English skills. You will be...

Course Overview

Where Balga
Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
Leederville
Midland
Northbridge Building 1
Duration

One semester full time.

How Continuous Enrolment
Full-Time
Part-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

This course aims to improve your reading, writing, maths, and employability skills to do further training and education.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

10365NAT Certificate IV in Spoken and Written English, 10366NAT Certificate IV in Spoken and Written English (Employment)

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Core units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Advanced learning strategies SWELRN301A 81721

Elective units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Comprehending and participating in discussions SWEDIS306A 81726
Comprehending news stories and advertisements SWEADS313A 81733
Comprehending and participating in casual conversations SWECON302A 81722
Comprehending and giving complex instructions SWEINS314A 81734
Comprehending and conducting presentations SWEPRE305A 81725
Comprehending and composing expositions SWEEXP311A 81731
Language skills for jobseeking SWEJOB315A 81735
Comprehending and composing discussions SWEDSN310A 81730

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF

 

10365NAT
6485
Are you new to Australia?

When you finish the Certificate IV in Spoken and Written English - Further Studies your English skills will be suitable...

Course Overview

Where Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
Midland
Northbridge Building 1
Duration

One semester full time.

How Full-Time
Part-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

This course aims to improve your reading, writing, maths, and employability skills to do further training and education.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

A range of higher education courses.

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

01 Core Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Learning strategies for further studies SWELRN401A 81738

02 Elective Modules

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Listening and taking notes in presentations SWELIS407A 81744
Speaking and writing skills for presentations SWESPE408A 81745
Writing skills for analytical or scientific reports SWEANA406A 81743
Writing skills for persuasive essays SWEPER405A 81742
Speaking skills for discussions SWEDIS409A 81746
Reading and note-taking skills for further studies SWEREA404A 81741

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF

 

10366NAT
6486

Are you new to Australia?

When you finish the Certificate IV in Spoken and Written English - Employment your English skills will be...

Course Overview

Where Balga
Duration
How Full-Time
Part-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

This course aims to improve your reading, writing, maths, and employability skills to do further training and education.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

A range of higher education courses.

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Module Group Core Module

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Pronunciation skills for employment SWEPSE401A 81748

Module Group Electives

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Writing skills for public sector applications SWEWSP403A 81752
Speaking skills for workplace texts SWESST406A 81753
Deliver a service to customers BSBCUS201B S8071
Interact effectively with others at work FSKOCM07 WG323
Use routine strategies for career planning FSKLRG10 WG272
Language and culture of employment in Australia SWELCE402A 81751
Use oral communication skills to facilitate workplace negotiations FSKOCM08 WG324
Use oral communication skills for complex workplace presentations FSKOCM10 WG326

Module Group Group A Jobseeking

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Writing skills for jobseeking documents SWEWSJ404A 81749
Speaking skills for jobseeking SWESSJ405A 81750

Module Group Group B Workplace Communication

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Write complex workplace texts FSKWTG10 WG349
Use oral communication skills to participate in workplace meetings FSKOCM04 WG320
Read and respond to complex workplace information FSKRDG11 WG338

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF

 

22234VIC
7185
Do you want to further your education and training?

Or maybe you would like to improve your reading, writing and maths skills? Completing a...

Course Overview

Where Leederville
Duration
How
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

This course aims to improve your reading, writing, maths, and employability skills to do further training and education.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

22235VIC Certificate I in General Education for Adults (Introductory)

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

GROUP 01 CORE UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Develop a learning plan and portfolio with support VU21282 81570

GROUP 02 READING CORE UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Engage with short simple texts for employment purposes VU21285 81573
Engage with short simple texts for personal purposes VU21283 81571
Engage with short simple texts to participate in the community VU21286 81574
Engage with short simple texts for learning purposes VU21284 81572

GROUP 03 WRITING CORE UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Create short simple texts to participate in the community VU21290 81578
Create short simple texts for employment purposes VU21289 81577
Create short simple texts for learning purposes VU21288 81576
Create short simple texts for personal purposes VU21287 81575

GROUP 04 NUMERACY & MATHEMATICS CORE UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Recognise shape and design in simple, highly familiar situations VU21294 81582
Recognise and locate numerical information in simple, highly familiar tables and graphs VU21296 81584
Recognise, give and follow simple and familiar oral directions VU21292 81580
Recognise measurements in simple, highly familiar situations VU21293 81581
Recognise numbers and money in simple, highly familiar situations VU21291 81579
Recognise and locate simple numerical information in short, simple highly familiar texts VU21295 81583

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF

 

22235VIC
7186

Do you want to further your education and training?

Or maybe you would like to improve your reading, writing and maths skills? Completing a...

Course Overview

Where Leederville
Midland
Duration

1 year (2 semesters)

How Part-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

This course aims to improve your reading, writing, maths, and employability skills to do further training and education.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

22236VIC Certificate I in General Education for Adults

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

GROUP 01 CORE UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Develop and document a learning plan and portfolio with guidance VU21297 81585
Conduct a project with guidance VU21298 81586

GROUP 02 READING CORE UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Engage with simple texts for employment purposes VU21301 81589
Engage with simple texts for learning purposes VU21300 81588
Engage with simple texts for personal purposes VU21299 81587
Engage with simple texts to participate in the community VU21302 81590

GROUP 03 WRITING CORE UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Create simple texts to participate in the community VU21306 81594
Create simple texts for learning purposes VU21304 81592
Create simple texts for personal purposes VU21303 81591
Create simple texts for employment purposes VU21305 81593

GROUP 04 NUMERACY AND MATHEMATICS CORE UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Work with measurements in simple, familiar situations VU21309 81597
Work with and interpret directions in simple, familiar situations VU21308 81596
Work with simple design and shape in familiar situations VU21310 81598
Work with and interpret simple numerical information in familiar texts VU21311 81599
Work with numbers and money in simple familiar situations VU21307 81595
Work with and interpret statistical information in simple, familiar texts VU21312 81600

GROUP 05 SPECIAL INTEREST ELECTIVE UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Operate a personal computer BSBITU101 AUL79
Communicate with others in familiar and predictable contexts VU21317 81606
PREPARE FOR EMPLOYMENT VU21664 AW782
Contribute to health and safety of self and others BSBWHS201 AUL95
Use numerical applications in the workplace FDFOP2061A D4649
Identify Australian environmental issues VU21316 81605
DEVELOP KEYBOARD SKILLS BSBITU102 AUJ98
PROVIDE BASIC EMERGENCY LIFE SUPPORT HLTAID002 WG731
Develop verbal communication skills VU21313 81602
Prepare simple budgets VU21046 81601
Identify features of the health care system VU21320 81609
Identify community options VU21318 81607
Identify features of the education system VU21319 81608
Identify major events in Australian history VU21321 81610
Apply basic computer skills to language learning VU21314 81603
Identify common digital media VU21322 81611
Access the internet for language learning VU21315 81604

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF

 

22236VIC
7187

Do you want to further your education and training?

Or maybe you would like to improve your personal skills and employment opportunities?...

Course Overview

Where Leederville
Midland
Duration

1 year (2 semesters)

How Part-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

This course aims to improve your reading, writing, maths, and employability skills to do further training and education.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

You may be able to study 22237VIC Certificate II in General Education for Adults or another Certificate II course.

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

GROUP 01 CORE UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Develop and document a learning plan and portfolio VU21323 81612
Plan and undertake a project VU21324 81613

GROUP 02 READING CORE UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Engage with texts of limited complexity for employment purposes VU21327 81616
Engage with texts of limited complexity to participate in the community VU21328 81617
Engage with texts of limited complexity for learning purposes VU21326 81615
Engage with texts of limited complexity for personal purposes VU21325 81614

GROUP 03 WRITING CORE UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Create texts of limited complexity for personal purposes VU21329 81618
Create texts of limited complexity to participate in the workplace VU21331 81620
Create texts of limited complexity to participate in the community VU21332 81621
Create texts of limited complexity for learning purposes VU21330 81619

GROUP 04 NUMERACY AND MATHEMATICS CORE UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Work with and interpret numerical information in familiar and routine texts VU21337 81626
Work with design and shape in familiar and routine situations VU21336 81625
Work with measurement in familiar and routine situations VU21335 81624
Work with and interpret statistical information in familiar and routine texts VU21338 81627
Work with a range of numbers and money in familiar and routine situations VU21333 81622
Work with and interpret directions in familiar and routine situations VU21334 81623

GROUP 05 SPECIALIST ELECTIVE UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
PARTICIPATE IN JOB SEEKING ACTIVITIES VU21666 AW788
Operate a personal computer BSBITU101 AUL79
Undertake a simple investigation of science in the community VU21342 81632
Contribute to health and safety of self and others BSBWHS201 AUL95
USE, COMMUNICATE AND SEARCH SECURELY ON THE INTERNET ICTICT103 AUU13
Undertake a simple investigation of an environmental issue VU21344 81634
DEVELOP KEYBOARD SKILLS BSBITU102 AUJ98
Undertake a simple investigation of chemical behaviour of matter VU21346 81636
Identify features of the health care system VU21320 81631
Work in a team PUATEA001B D2879
PROVIDE BASIC EMERGENCY LIFE SUPPORT HLTAID002 WG731
Undertake a simple investigation of physical behaviour of energy and matter VU21345 81635
Identify major events in Australian history VU21321 81642
Undertake a simple investigation of how the earth, moon and sun interact VU21347 81637
Undertake a simple investigation of health and well being VU21343 81633
Calculate and communicate sports scores VU21043 81628
Undertake a simple investigation of factors for continuity of life VU21348 81638
Investigate the Australian electoral system VU21349 81639
Identify community options VU21318 81629
Investigate driving and owning a car VU21351 81641
Investigate the legal system VU21350 81640
Identify features of the education system VU21319 81630

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF

 

22237VIC
7188

Do you want to build a solid base for your future?

This course assists you to develop your reading, writing, maths and employability skills...

Course Overview

Where Balga
Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
Leederville
Midland
Duration The Certificate II and III take a year to complete altogether
How Continuous Enrolment
Full-Time
Off Campus Learning
Online (Some Units)
Some Units Are Available By Off Campus Learning
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

This course aims to improve your reading, writing, maths, and employability skills to do further training and education.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Certificate III in General Education for Adults

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Core units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Engage with a range of complex texts for personal purposes VU21355 81645
Engage with a range of complex texts for learning purposes VU21356 81646
Investigate and interpret shapes and measurements and related formulae in a range of contexts VU21363 81653
Research pathways and produce a learning plan and portfolio VU21353 81643
Implement and review a project VU21354 81644
Create a range of complex texts for learning purposes VU21360 81650
Investigate numerical and statistical information in a range of contexts VU21364 81654
Create a range of complex texts for personal purposes VU21359 81649

Elective units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
USE DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY FOR ROUTINE WORKPLACE TASKS FSKDIG03 WG262
Produce simple word processed documents BSBITU201 AUL70
DEVELOP AND USE A PERSONAL BUDGET FNSFLT201 AUQ86

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF

 

22238VIC
7189

 Do you want to build a solid base for your future?

This course is an ideal way to develop your literacy, numeracy and employability skills...

Course Overview

Where Balga
Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
Leederville
Midland
Duration

The Certificate II and III takes a year to complete altogether

How Full-Time
Off Campus Learning
Some Units Are Available By Off Campus Learning
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

This qualification aims to improve your academic skills to undertake further training and education and enhance your employment opportunities.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

On completion learners can access other TAFE courses.

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Module Group Core Skills Numeracy and Mathematics

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Use formal mathematical concepts and techniques to analyse and solve problems VU21385 81676
Use algebraic techniques to analyse mathematical problems VU21384 81675
Analyse and evaluate numerical and statistical information VU21383 81674

Module Group Core Skills Reading

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Engage with a range of highly complex texts for personal purposes VU21376 81667
Engage with a range of highly complex texts for employment purposes VU21378 81669
Engage with a range of highly complex texts for learning purposes VU21377 81668
Engage with a range of highly complex texts to participate in the community VU21379 81670

Module Group Core Skills Writing

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Create a range of highly complex texts for learning purposes VU21381 81672
Create a range of highly complex texts for personal purposes VU21380 81671
Create a range of highly complex texts to participate in the community VU21382 81673
Write complex documents BSBWRT401 AUK28

Module Group Core units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Evaluate pathway options, design a learning plan and compile a portfolio VU21375 81666

Module Group Specialist Interest Electives

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Operate presentation packages ICTICT106 AUU10
Participate in negotiations FNSCUS401 AUQ76
OPERATE PRESENTATION PACKAGES ICTICT106 AUU10
Manage personal finances SISSCOP307A D6581
Use, communicate and search securely on the internet ICTICT103 AUU13
Contribute to effective workplace relationships BSBFLM303 AUI32
Organise and participate in a practical placement VPAU556 38116
Investigate features of Australian culture VU21370 81660
Investigate current issues VU21386 81677
Investigate Indigenous history VU21369 81659
Design and review a project VU21389 81678
Analyse science in the community VU21390 81679
Organise and participate in a practical placement VU21490 47484
Set study goals and plan education pathway VU20760 81680
USE, COMMUNICATE AND SEARCH SECURELY ON THE INTERNET ICTICT103 AUU13

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF

 

UEE20511
A103
Are you looking for career in electronics?

North Metropolitan TAFE is offering a dual qualification in Electronics and Computer Assembly and...

Course Overview

Where Midland
Duration

1 semester (6 months)

How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

Successful completion of this qualification provides you with the opportunity to become a computer service technician or gain an apprenticeship or traineeship in computer systems. You will need to be employed and registered as an apprentice/trainee before you can commence apprenticeship training.

When you complete the Certificate II in Computer Assembly and Repair you'll be flicking the switch on a career in electronics, as a computer assembler or electrical trades assistant. Further study is recommended.

Further study opportunities:

Certificate III in Computer Systems Equipment, Appliance Servicing, Apprenticeship/Traineeship

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

GROUP 01 CORE UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Assemble, set-up and test computing devices UEENEED102A WC386
Participate in development and follow a personal competency development plan UEENEEE038B W7839
Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace UEENEEE101A S7307
Document and apply measures to control OHS risks associated with electrotechnology work UEENEEE137A S7314
Apply environmentally and sustainable procedures in the energy sector UEENEEK142A WC711
Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components UEENEEE102A S7308

GROUP 02 ELECTIVE UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Install and configure a client computer operating system and software UEENEED143A WC406
Use drawings, diagrams, schedules, standards, codes and specifications UEENEEE107A S7311
Build and maintain a secure network ICTTEN2209A D3441
Lay wiring/cabling and terminate accessories for extra-low voltage (ELV) circuits UEENEEE108A WC420
Install and configure a home or small office network ICTTEN2207A D3439
Set up and configure basic local area network (LAN) UEENEED146A WC409
Repairs basic electronic apparatus faults by replacement of components UEENEEH102A WC532
Install and configure a small to medium business network ICTTEN2208A D3440
Assemble, enter and verify operating instructions in microprocessor equipped devices UEENEEI116A WC632
Use computer applications relevant to a workplace UEENEED101A WC385
Provide basic instruction in the use of electrotechnology apparatus UEENEEE020B W7822
Maintain documentation UEENEEC001B W7731
Deliver a service to customers UEENEEC010B W7740
Source and purchase material/parts for installation or service jobs UEENEEC002B W7732
Receive and store materials and equipment for electrotechnology work UEENEEC008B W7738
Solve problems in d.c. circuits UEENEEE104A S7309
Identify and select components, accessories and materials for energy sector work activities UEENEEE179A WC452
Repair basic computer equipment faults by replacement of modules/sub-assemblies UEENEEH101A WC531
Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment UEENEEE105A S7310

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

UEE20511
A103
Are you looking for career in electronics?

North Metropolitan TAFE is offering a dual qualification in Electronics and Computer Assembly and...

Course Overview

Where Midland
Duration

1 semester (6 months)

How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

Successful completion of this qualification provides you with the opportunity to become a computer service technician or gain an apprenticeship or traineeship in computer systems. You will need to be employed and registered as an apprentice/trainee before you can commence apprenticeship training.

When you complete the Certificate II in Computer Assembly and Repair you'll be flicking the switch on a career in electronics, as a computer assembler or electrical trades assistant. Further study is recommended.

Further study opportunities:

Certificate III in Computer Systems Equipment, Appliance Servicing, Apprenticeship/Traineeship

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

GROUP 01 CORE UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Assemble, set-up and test computing devices UEENEED102A WC386
Participate in development and follow a personal competency development plan UEENEEE038B W7839
Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace UEENEEE101A S7307
Document and apply measures to control OHS risks associated with electrotechnology work UEENEEE137A S7314
Apply environmentally and sustainable procedures in the energy sector UEENEEK142A WC711
Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components UEENEEE102A S7308

GROUP 02 ELECTIVE UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Install and configure a client computer operating system and software UEENEED143A WC406
Use drawings, diagrams, schedules, standards, codes and specifications UEENEEE107A S7311
Build and maintain a secure network ICTTEN2209A D3441
Lay wiring/cabling and terminate accessories for extra-low voltage (ELV) circuits UEENEEE108A WC420
Install and configure a home or small office network ICTTEN2207A D3439
Set up and configure basic local area network (LAN) UEENEED146A WC409
Repairs basic electronic apparatus faults by replacement of components UEENEEH102A WC532
Install and configure a small to medium business network ICTTEN2208A D3440
Assemble, enter and verify operating instructions in microprocessor equipped devices UEENEEI116A WC632
Use computer applications relevant to a workplace UEENEED101A WC385
Provide basic instruction in the use of electrotechnology apparatus UEENEEE020B W7822
Maintain documentation UEENEEC001B W7731
Deliver a service to customers UEENEEC010B W7740
Source and purchase material/parts for installation or service jobs UEENEEC002B W7732
Receive and store materials and equipment for electrotechnology work UEENEEC008B W7738
Solve problems in d.c. circuits UEENEEE104A S7309
Identify and select components, accessories and materials for energy sector work activities UEENEEE179A WC452
Repair basic computer equipment faults by replacement of modules/sub-assemblies UEENEEH101A WC531
Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment UEENEEE105A S7310

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

UEE20711
A104
Are you looking for an electronics career and current skills?

When you complete the Certificate II in Data and Voice Communications you'll be...

Course Overview

Where Balga
Midland
Duration

1 semester (6 months)

How
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

Successful completion of this qualification provides you with the opportunity to gain entry level positions in sales and testing of electronic communications equipment or gain an apprenticeship/traineeship in electronic communications servicing. You will need to be employed and registered as an apprentice/trainee before you can commence apprenticeship/traineeship training.

When you complete the Certificate II in Data and Voice Communications you'll be flicking the switch on a career in electronics, as a data cabler or telecommunications technician (with additional training).

Further study opportunities:

Certificate III in Electrotechnology qualifications

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

GROUP 01 CORE UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace UEENEEE101A S7307
Use drawings, diagrams, schedules, standards, codes and specifications UEENEEE107A S7311
Document and apply measures to control OHS risks associated with electrotechnology work UEENEEE137A S7314
Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components UEENEEE102A S7308
Apply environmentally and sustainable procedures in the energy sector UEENEEK142A WC711
Install and maintain cabling for multiple access to telecommunication services UEENEEF102A WC458
Solve problems in d.c. circuits UEENEEE104A S7309
Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment UEENEEE105A S7310
Participate in development and follow a personal competency development plan UEENEEE038B W7839

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

UEE20711
A104
Are you looking for an electronics career and current skills?

When you complete the Certificate II in Data and Voice Communications you'll be...

Course Overview

Where Balga
Midland
Duration

1 semester (6 months)

How
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

Successful completion of this qualification provides you with the opportunity to gain entry level positions in sales and testing of electronic communications equipment or gain an apprenticeship/traineeship in electronic communications servicing. You will need to be employed and registered as an apprentice/trainee before you can commence apprenticeship/traineeship training.

When you complete the Certificate II in Data and Voice Communications you'll be flicking the switch on a career in electronics, as a data cabler or telecommunications technician (with additional training).

Further study opportunities:

Certificate III in Electrotechnology qualifications

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

GROUP 01 CORE UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace UEENEEE101A S7307
Use drawings, diagrams, schedules, standards, codes and specifications UEENEEE107A S7311
Document and apply measures to control OHS risks associated with electrotechnology work UEENEEE137A S7314
Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components UEENEEE102A S7308
Apply environmentally and sustainable procedures in the energy sector UEENEEK142A WC711
Install and maintain cabling for multiple access to telecommunication services UEENEEF102A WC458
Solve problems in d.c. circuits UEENEEE104A S7309
Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment UEENEEE105A S7310
Participate in development and follow a personal competency development plan UEENEEE038B W7839

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

UEE20711
A104
Are you looking for an electronics career and current skills?

When you complete the Certificate II in Data and Voice Communications you'll be...

Course Overview

Where Balga
Midland
Duration

1 semester (6 months)

How
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

Successful completion of this qualification provides you with the opportunity to gain entry level positions in sales and testing of electronic communications equipment or gain an apprenticeship/traineeship in electronic communications servicing. You will need to be employed and registered as an apprentice/trainee before you can commence apprenticeship/traineeship training.

When you complete the Certificate II in Data and Voice Communications you'll be flicking the switch on a career in electronics, as a data cabler or telecommunications technician (with additional training).

Further study opportunities:

Certificate III in Electrotechnology qualifications

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

GROUP 01 CORE UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace UEENEEE101A S7307
Use drawings, diagrams, schedules, standards, codes and specifications UEENEEE107A S7311
Document and apply measures to control OHS risks associated with electrotechnology work UEENEEE137A S7314
Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components UEENEEE102A S7308
Apply environmentally and sustainable procedures in the energy sector UEENEEK142A WC711
Install and maintain cabling for multiple access to telecommunication services UEENEEF102A WC458
Solve problems in d.c. circuits UEENEEE104A S7309
Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment UEENEEE105A S7310
Participate in development and follow a personal competency development plan UEENEEE038B W7839

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

UEE21611
A111
Are you looking for a wired career?

When you complete the Certificate II in Security Assembly and Set-up you'll be flicking the switch on a career...

Course Overview

Where Balga
Duration

1 semester (6 months)

How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

Successful completion of this qualification provides you with the opportunity to work as a security installer/servicer or gain an apprenticeship/traineeship. You will need to be employed and registered as an apprentice/trainee before you can commence apprenticeship/traineeship training.

When you complete the Certificate II in Security Assembly and Set-up you'll be flicking the switch on a career in electronics, as a data cabler or security installer.

Further study opportunities:

Certificate III and IV in Electrotechnology qualifications

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Module Group Core Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Use drawings, diagrams, schedules, standards, codes and specifications UEENEEE107A S7311
Participate in development and follow a personal competency development plan UEENEEE038B W7839
Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components UEENEEE102A S7308
Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace UEENEEE101A S7307
Assemble and set up basic security systems UEENEEH150A WC576
Apply environmentally and sustainable procedures in the energy sector UEENEEK142A WC711
Document and apply measures to control OHS risks associated with electrotechnology work UEENEEE137A S7314

Module Group Group A Imported and Common Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Receive and store materials and equipment for electrotechnology work UEENEEC008B W7738
Maintain documentation UEENEEC001B W7731
Deliver a service to customers UEENEEC010B W7740
Source and purchase material/parts for installation or service jobs UEENEEC002B W7732

Module Group Group B Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Use computer applications relevant to a workplace UEENEED101A WC385
Select electronic components for assembly UEENEEA102A WC375
Solve problems in d.c. circuits UEENEEE104A S7309
Install and connect cabling for direct access to telecommunications service UEENEEF101A WC457
Lay wiring/cabling and terminate accessories for extra-low voltage (ELV) circuits UEENEEE108A WC420
Assemble, enter and verify operating instructions in microprocessor equipped devices UEENEEI116A WC632
Assemble electronic components UEENEEA101A WC374
Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment UEENEEE105A S7310

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

UEE21611
A111
Are you looking for a wired career?

When you complete the Certificate II in Security Assembly and Set-up you'll be flicking the switch on a career...

Course Overview

Where Balga
Duration

1 semester (6 months)

How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

Successful completion of this qualification provides you with the opportunity to work as a security installer/servicer or gain an apprenticeship/traineeship. You will need to be employed and registered as an apprentice/trainee before you can commence apprenticeship/traineeship training.

When you complete the Certificate II in Security Assembly and Set-up you'll be flicking the switch on a career in electronics, as a data cabler or security installer.

Further study opportunities:

Certificate III and IV in Electrotechnology qualifications

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Module Group Core Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Use drawings, diagrams, schedules, standards, codes and specifications UEENEEE107A S7311
Participate in development and follow a personal competency development plan UEENEEE038B W7839
Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components UEENEEE102A S7308
Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace UEENEEE101A S7307
Assemble and set up basic security systems UEENEEH150A WC576
Apply environmentally and sustainable procedures in the energy sector UEENEEK142A WC711
Document and apply measures to control OHS risks associated with electrotechnology work UEENEEE137A S7314

Module Group Group A Imported and Common Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Receive and store materials and equipment for electrotechnology work UEENEEC008B W7738
Maintain documentation UEENEEC001B W7731
Deliver a service to customers UEENEEC010B W7740
Source and purchase material/parts for installation or service jobs UEENEEC002B W7732

Module Group Group B Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Use computer applications relevant to a workplace UEENEED101A WC385
Select electronic components for assembly UEENEEA102A WC375
Solve problems in d.c. circuits UEENEEE104A S7309
Install and connect cabling for direct access to telecommunications service UEENEEF101A WC457
Lay wiring/cabling and terminate accessories for extra-low voltage (ELV) circuits UEENEEE108A WC420
Assemble, enter and verify operating instructions in microprocessor equipped devices UEENEEI116A WC632
Assemble electronic components UEENEEA101A WC374
Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment UEENEEE105A S7310

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

UEE21911
A113
Are you looking for an electronics career and current skills?

Are you looking for career in electronics?

Course Overview

Where Midland
Duration

1 semester (6 months)

How
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

Successful completion of this qualification provides you with the opportunity to gain entry level positions in sales and testing of electronic equipment or gain an apprenticeship/traineeship in electronic servicing. You will need to be employed and registered as an apprentice/trainee before you can commence apprenticeship/traineeship training.

When you complete the Certificate II in Electronics you'll be flicking the switch on a career in electronics, as a computer assembler or electrical trades assistant. Further study as an apprentice, or technician is recommended.

Further study opportunities:

Certificate III in Electrotechnology qualifications

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

GROUP 01 CORE UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace UEENEEE101A S7307
Participate in development and follow a personal competency development plan UEENEEE038B W7839
Repairs basic electronic apparatus faults by replacement of components UEENEEH102A WC532
Document and apply measures to control OHS risks associated with electrotechnology work UEENEEE137A S7314
Solve problems in d.c. circuits UEENEEE104A S7309
Apply environmentally and sustainable procedures in the energy sector UEENEEK142A WC711
Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components UEENEEE102A S7308

GROUP 02 GROUP A IMPORTED AND NON TECHNIXAL COMPETENCY STARNDARD UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Assemble and install reception antennae and signal distribution equipment UEENEEH108A WC538
Install and configure a client computer operating system and software UEENEED143A WC406
Modify electronic sub assemblies UEENEEA104A WC377
Conduct quality and functional tests on assembled electronic apparatus UEENEEA105A WC378
Set up and configure the wireless capabilities of communications and data storage devices UEENEEF107A WC463
Set up and check electronic component assembly machines UEENEEA103A WC376
Operate and maintain amateur radio communication stations UEENEEB101A WC384
Source and purchase material/parts for installation or service jobs UEENEEC002B W7732
Maintain documentation UEENEEC001B W7731
Deliver a service to customers UEENEEC010B W7740
Provide basic instruction in the use of electrotechnology apparatus UEENEEE020B W7822
Receive and store materials and equipment for electrotechnology work UEENEEC008B W7738
Assemble electronic components UEENEEA101A WC374
Select electronic components for assembly UEENEEA102A WC375
Lay wiring/cabling and terminate accessories for extra-low voltage (ELV) circuits UEENEEE108A WC420

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

UEE22011
A114

This entry level qualification will provide you with the practical skills and knowledge to work safely in an electrotechnology environment, solve...

Course Overview

Where Clarkson
Duration

1 semester (324hrs)

How Vetis - Vet In Schools
When This course is available for Semester 2, 2016.

Successful completion of this qualification provides you with the opportunity to continue with studies in the Electrotechnology industry. You will need to be employed and registered as an apprentice or trainee before you can commence apprenticeship and apprenticeship training.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Certificate II Electrotechnology qualifications, Certificate III Electrotechnology qualifications or Traineeship/Apprenticeship

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

1 Core Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace UEENEEE101A S7307
Identify and select components, accessories and materials for energy sector work activities UEENEEE179A WC452
Use of routine equipment/plant/technologies in an energy sector environment UEENEEE141A WC435
Apply environmentally and sustainable procedures in the energy sector UEENEEK142A WC711
Carry out routine work activities in an energy sector environment UEENEEE148A WC442
Solve problems in d.c. circuits UEENEEE104A S7309

2 Electives

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Terminate cables, cords and accessories for low voltage circuits UEENEEG106A S7323
Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation HLTAID001 WG730
Use drawings, diagrams, schedules, standards, codes and specifications UEENEEE107A S7311
Work safely in the construction industry CPCCOHS1001A W9434
Use computer applications relevant to a workplace UEENEED101A WC385
Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment UEENEEE105A S7310
Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components UEENEEE102A S7308

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

UEE30411
A119
Are you looking for a telecommunications career with current skills?

When you complete the Certificate III in Data and Voice Communications you'll...

Course Overview

Where Balga
Duration
How Apprenticeship
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

Successful completion of this qualification provides you with the opportunity to gain entry level positions in sales and servicing of data and voice communications areas or gain an apprenticeship/traineeship in electronic servicing. You will need to be employed and registered as an apprentice/trainee before you can commence apprenticeship/traineeship training.

telecommunications technician

Further study opportunities:

Certificate IV electrotechnology qualifications
Apprenticeship/traineeship

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Module Group Core Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Install and modify performance data communication copper cabling UEENEEF104A WC460
Install and maintain cabling for multiple access to telecommunication services UEENEEF102A WC458
Troubleshoot resonance circuits in an electronic apparatus UEENEEH114A WC544
Install and connect data and voice communication equipment UEENEEF109A WC465
Lay wiring/cabling and terminate accessories for extra-low voltage (ELV) circuits UEENEEE108A WC420
Solve problems in d.c. circuits UEENEEE104A S7309
Document and apply measures to control OHS risks associated with electrotechnology work UEENEEE137A S7314
Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components UEENEEE102A S7308
Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment UEENEEE105A S7310
Use drawings, diagrams, schedules, standards, codes and specifications UEENEEE107A S7311
Participate in voice and data communications work and competency development activities UEENEEC016B W7745
Select and arrange data and voice equipment for local area networks UEENEEF110A WC466
Test, report and rectify faults in data and voice installations UEENEEF111A WC467
Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace UEENEEE101A S7307
Apply environmentally and sustainable procedures in the energy sector UEENEEK142A WC711
Install and modify optical fibre performance data communication cabling UEENEEF105A WC461

Module Group Group A Imported and Common Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Comply with scheduled and preventative maintenance program processes UEENEEE009B W7811
Maintain documentation UEENEEC001B W7731
Deliver a service to customers UEENEEC010B W7740
Provide quotations for installation or service jobs UEENEEC003B W7733
Provide basic instruction in the use of electrotechnology apparatus UEENEEE020B W7822
Provide first aid HLTAID003 WG732
Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation HLTAID001 WG730
Use computer applications relevant to a workplace UEENEED101A WC385
Source and purchase material/parts for installation or service jobs UEENEEC002B W7732
Work safely in the construction industry CPCCOHS1001A W9434

Module Group Group B Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Assemble and connect telecommunication frames and cabinets UEENEEF115A WC471
Install underground communication cables UEENEEF113A WC469
Use engineering applications software on personal computers UEENEED104A WC388
Plan an integrated cabling installation system UEENEEE121A WC426
Set up and configure basic local area network (LAN) UEENEED146A WC409
Set up and configure the wireless capabilities of communications and data storage devices UEENEEF107A WC463
Plan the electrical installation of integrated systems UEENEEI140A WC656
Set up and configure basic data communication systems UEENEEF114A WC470
Assemble, set-up and test computing devices UEENEED102A WC386
Develop electrical integrated systems UEENEEI141A WC657
Select and arrange equipment for wireless communication networks UEENEEF108A WC464
Install aerial telecommunication cables UEENEEF112A WC468

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

 

UEE30411
A119
Are you looking for a telecommunications career with current skills?

When you complete the Certificate III in Data and Voice Communications you'll...

Course Overview

Where Balga
Duration
How Apprenticeship
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

Successful completion of this qualification provides you with the opportunity to gain entry level positions in sales and servicing of data and voice communications areas or gain an apprenticeship/traineeship in electronic servicing. You will need to be employed and registered as an apprentice/trainee before you can commence apprenticeship/traineeship training.

telecommunications technician

Further study opportunities:

Certificate IV electrotechnology qualifications
Apprenticeship/traineeship

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Module Group Core Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Install and modify performance data communication copper cabling UEENEEF104A WC460
Install and maintain cabling for multiple access to telecommunication services UEENEEF102A WC458
Troubleshoot resonance circuits in an electronic apparatus UEENEEH114A WC544
Install and connect data and voice communication equipment UEENEEF109A WC465
Lay wiring/cabling and terminate accessories for extra-low voltage (ELV) circuits UEENEEE108A WC420
Solve problems in d.c. circuits UEENEEE104A S7309
Document and apply measures to control OHS risks associated with electrotechnology work UEENEEE137A S7314
Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components UEENEEE102A S7308
Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment UEENEEE105A S7310
Use drawings, diagrams, schedules, standards, codes and specifications UEENEEE107A S7311
Participate in voice and data communications work and competency development activities UEENEEC016B W7745
Select and arrange data and voice equipment for local area networks UEENEEF110A WC466
Test, report and rectify faults in data and voice installations UEENEEF111A WC467
Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace UEENEEE101A S7307
Apply environmentally and sustainable procedures in the energy sector UEENEEK142A WC711
Install and modify optical fibre performance data communication cabling UEENEEF105A WC461

Module Group Group A Imported and Common Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Comply with scheduled and preventative maintenance program processes UEENEEE009B W7811
Maintain documentation UEENEEC001B W7731
Deliver a service to customers UEENEEC010B W7740
Provide quotations for installation or service jobs UEENEEC003B W7733
Provide basic instruction in the use of electrotechnology apparatus UEENEEE020B W7822
Provide first aid HLTAID003 WG732
Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation HLTAID001 WG730
Use computer applications relevant to a workplace UEENEED101A WC385
Source and purchase material/parts for installation or service jobs UEENEEC002B W7732
Work safely in the construction industry CPCCOHS1001A W9434

Module Group Group B Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Assemble and connect telecommunication frames and cabinets UEENEEF115A WC471
Install underground communication cables UEENEEF113A WC469
Use engineering applications software on personal computers UEENEED104A WC388
Plan an integrated cabling installation system UEENEEE121A WC426
Set up and configure basic local area network (LAN) UEENEED146A WC409
Set up and configure the wireless capabilities of communications and data storage devices UEENEEF107A WC463
Plan the electrical installation of integrated systems UEENEEI140A WC656
Set up and configure basic data communication systems UEENEEF114A WC470
Assemble, set-up and test computing devices UEENEED102A WC386
Develop electrical integrated systems UEENEEI141A WC657
Select and arrange equipment for wireless communication networks UEENEEF108A WC464
Install aerial telecommunication cables UEENEEF112A WC468

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

 

UEE30811
A123
Are you looking for an electrical career and current skills?

When you complete the Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician you'll be...

Course Overview

Where Balga
Clarkson
East Perth
Midland
Duration Duration may be flexible.
How Apprenticeship
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

When you complete the Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician you'll be looking at a career as a licensed electrician (additional requirements apply).

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

post-trade electrical studies

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Capstone Final Assessment

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Participate in electrical work and competency development activities UEENEEC020B W7749
Verify compliance and functionality of low voltage general electrical installations UEENEEG105A S7322

Stage 1A Day Release

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Solve problems in d.c. circuits UEENEEE104A S7309
Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace UEENEEE101A S7307
Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment UEENEEE105A S7310
Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components UEENEEE102A S7308

Stage 1B Day Release

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Terminate cables, cords and accessories for low voltage circuits UEENEEG106A S7323
Use drawings, diagrams, schedules, standards, codes and specifications UEENEEE107A S7311
Apply environmentally and sustainable procedures in the energy sector UEENEEK142A WC711
Solve problems in electromagnetic devices and related circuits UEENEEG101A S7318

Stage 2A Day Release

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Solve problems in low voltage a.c. circuits UEENEEG102A S7319
Solve problems in single and three phase low voltage machines UEENEEG006A S7315

Stage 2B Day Release

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Arrange circuits, control and protection for general electrical installations UEENEEG063A S7317
Solve problems in single and three phase low voltage electrical apparatus and circuits UEENEEG033A S7316
Select wiring systems and cables for low voltage general electrical installations UEENEEG107A S7324

Stage 3A Day Release

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Develop and connect electrical control circuits UEENEEG109A S7326
Trouble-shoot and repair faults in low voltage electrical apparatus and circuits UEENEEG108A S7325

Stage 3B Day Release

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Install low voltage wiring and accessories UEENEEG103A S7320
Document and apply measures to control OHS risks associated with electrotechnology work UEENEEE137A S7314
Install and maintain cabling for multiple access to telecommunication services UEENEEF102A WC458
Use computer applications relevant to a workplace UEENEED101A WC385
Install appliances, switchgear and associated accessories for low voltage electrical installations UEENEEG104A S8321

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

UEE30911
A125

This qualification will provide you with the practical skills and knowledge to assemble, install, test, service, and repair electronic systems and...

Course Overview

Where Midland
Duration
How Apprenticeship
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

Successful completion of this qualification provides you with the opportunity to gain entry level positions in sales and testing of electronic equipment or gain an apprenticeship/traineeship in electronic servicing, or traineeship in communications or computer systems. You will need to be employed and registered as an apprentice/trainee before you can commence apprenticeship/traineeship training

Electronics technician

Further study opportunities:

Options for further study include Certificate IV in Electronics and Communications and Diploma of Electrotechnology qualifications.

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Module Group Core Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Troubleshoot basic amplifier circuits UEENEEH139A WC567
Fault find and repair complex power supplies UEENEEH138A WC566
Troubleshoot single phase input d.c. power supplies UEENEEH111A WC541
Apply environmentally and sustainable procedures in the energy sector UEENEEK142A WC711
Participate in electronics and communications work and competency development activities UEENEEC021B W7750
Repairs basic electronic apparatus faults by replacement of components UEENEEH102A WC532
Troubleshoot amplifiers in an electronic apparatus UEENEEH113A WC543
Solve fundamental electronic communications system problems UEENEEH146A WC572
Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components UEENEEE102A S7308
Troubleshoot resonance circuits in an electronic apparatus UEENEEH114A WC544
Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace UEENEEE101A S7307
Troubleshoot digital sub-systems UEENEEH112A WC542
Document and apply measures to control OHS risks associated with electrotechnology work UEENEEE137A S7314
Solve problems in d.c. circuits UEENEEE104A S7309

Module Group Group A Imported and Common Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Install telecommunications network equipment ICTTEN3056A D3444
Provide quotations for installation or service jobs UEENEEC003B W7733
Maintain documentation UEENEEC001B W7731
Deliver a service to customers UEENEEC010B W7740
Apply quick changeover procedures MSS402020A WD499
Source and purchase material/parts for installation or service jobs UEENEEC002B W7732
Provide basic instruction in the use of electrotechnology apparatus UEENEEE020B W7822
Provide first aid HLTAID003 WG732
Use computer applications relevant to a workplace UEENEED101A WC385
Apply 5S procedures MSS402040A WD503
Contribute to the application of a proactive maintenance strategy MSS402081A WD512
Comply with scheduled and preventative maintenance program processes UEENEEE009A W6053
Apply competitive systems and practices MSS402001A WD496
Apply Just in Time procedures MSS402021A WD500
Undertake root cause analysis MSS402080A WD511

Module Group Group B Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Set up and test residential video/audio equipment UEENEEH104A WC534
Assemble electronic components UEENEEA101A WC374
Repair routine business equipment faults UEENEEH103A WC533
Carry out repairs of predictable faults in video and audio replay/recording apparatus UEENEEH117A WC547
Assemble and install reception antennae and signal distribution equipment UEENEEH108A WC538
Install and modify optical fibre performance data communication cabling UEENEEF105A WC461
Set up and check electronic component assembly machines UEENEEA103A WC376
Assemble, enter and verify operating instructions in microprocessor equipped devices UEENEEI116A WC632
Develop web pages for engineering applications UEENEED129A WC404
Assemble, set-up and test computing devices UEENEED102A WC386
Install fire detection and warning system apparatus UEENEEH161A WC587
Set up and configure basic data communication systems UEENEEF114A WC470
Repair predictable faults in general electronic apparatus UEENEEH107A WC537
Test, report and rectify faults in data and voice installations UEENEEF111A WC467
Install large security systems UEENEEH151A WC577
Repair predictable faults in audio components UEENEEH124A WC554
Calibrate, adjust and test measuring instruments UEENEEI117A WC633
Troubleshoot faults in television receivers UEENEEH171A WC596
Troubleshoot fire protection systems UEENEEH165A WC591
Enter and verify programs for fire protection systems UEENEEH163A WC589
Troubleshoot professional audio reproduction components UEENEEH173A WC598
Troubleshoot audio - video recording equipment UEENEEH174A WC599
Disconnect - reconnect appliances connected to low voltage installation wiring UEENEEP010A WC742
Assemble and set up fixed video/audio components and systems in buildings and premises UEENEEH106A WC536
Commission large fire protection systems UEENEEH164A WC590
Fault find and repair remote control apparatus UEENEEH122A WC552
Find and repair microwave amplifier section faults in electronic apparatus UEENEEH116A WC546
Troubleshoot microcontroller based hardware systems UEENEEH166A WC592
Troubleshoot communication systems UEENEEH172A WC597
Set up and adjust commercial radio frequency (RF) transmission and reception systems UEENEEH127A WC555
Fault find and repair microwave heating apparatus UEENEEH123A WC553
Solve oscillator problems UEENEEH142A WC570
Assemble and set up basic security systems UEENEEH150A WC576
Support computer hardware and software for engineering applications UEENEED112A WC391
Use engineering applications software on personal computers UEENEED104A WC388
Program and commission commercial security systems UEENEEH154A WC580
Install and modify performance data communication copper cabling UEENEEF104A WC460
Plan an integrated cabling installation system UEENEEE121A WC426
Identify and select components, accessories and materials for energy sector work activities UEENEEE179A WC452
Set up and test gaming and game equipment UEENEEH109A WC539
Solve basic problems electronic and digital equipment and circuits UEENEEE123A WC428
Carry out preparatory energy sector work activities UEENEEE122A WC427
Conduct quality and functional tests on assembled electronic apparatus UEENEEA105A WC378
Verify compliance and functionality of fire protection system installations UEENEEH162A WC588
Set up and configure basic local area network (LAN) UEENEED146A WC409
Use lead-free soldering techniques UEENEEA106A WC379
Use drawings, diagrams, schedules, standards, codes and specifications UEENEEE107A S7311
Disconnect / reconnect composite appliances connected to low voltage installation wiring UEENEEP012A s7429
Attach cords and plugs to electrical equipment for connection to a single phase 230 Volt supply UEENEEP024A S7431
Install commercial video/audio system components UEENEEH110A WC540
Attach cords, cables and plugs to electrical equipment for connection to 1000 Va.c. or 1500 Vd.c. supply UEENEEP025A S7432
Locate and rectify faults in low voltage composite appliances using set procedures UEENEEP017A S7430
Select electronic components for assembly UEENEEA102A WC375
Repair basic computer equipment faults by replacement of modules/sub-assemblies UEENEEH101A WC531
Install and maintain cabling for multiple access to telecommunication services UEENEEF102A WC458
Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment UEENEEE105A S7310
Install and configure a client computer operating system and software UEENEED143A WC406
Set up and configure the wireless capabilities of communications and data storage devices UEENEEF107A WC463
Solve problems in basic electronic circuits UEENEEH169A WC595
Enter instructions and test wired and wireless security systems UEENEEH152A WC578
Develop software solutions for microcontroller based systems UEENEEH115A WC545
Solve problems in electronic musical equipment circuits UEENEEH187A WC612
Repair predictable faults in television receivers UEENEEH119A WC549
Program and commission commercial security closed circuit television systems UEENEEH156A WC582
Install and test microwave antennae and waveguides UEENEEH128A WC556
Fault find and repair electronic apparatus UEENEEH118A WC548
Select and arrange data and voice equipment for local area networks UEENEEF110A WC466
Set up, configure and test biometric devices UEENEED153A WC416
Solve problems in voice and data communications circuits UEENEEF106A WC462
Modify electronic sub assemblies UEENEEA104A WC377
Program and commission commercial access control security systems UEENEEH155A WC581
Select, install, configure and test multimedia components UEENEED130A WC405
Develop, enter and verify discrete control programs for programmable controllers UEENEEI150A WC666
Install and connect data and voice communication equipment UEENEEF109A WC465
Fault find and repair gaming and games equipment UEENEEH120A WC550
Use instrumentation drawings, specification, standards and equipment manuals UEENEEI101A WC618
Verify functionality and compliance of custom electronic installations UEENEEH105A WC535
Lay wiring/cabling and terminate accessories for extra-low voltage (ELV) circuits UEENEEE108A WC420
Fault find and repair high volume office equipment UEENEEH121A WC551
Select and arrange equipment for wireless communication networks UEENEEF108A WC464
Operate and maintain amateur radio communication stations UEENEEB101A WC384

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

 

UEE30911
A125

This qualification will provide you with the practical skills and knowledge to assemble, install, test, service, and repair electronic systems and...

Course Overview

Where Midland
Duration
How Apprenticeship
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

Successful completion of this qualification provides you with the opportunity to gain entry level positions in sales and testing of electronic equipment or gain an apprenticeship/traineeship in electronic servicing, or traineeship in communications or computer systems. You will need to be employed and registered as an apprentice/trainee before you can commence apprenticeship/traineeship training

Electronics technician

Further study opportunities:

Options for further study include Certificate IV in Electronics and Communications and Diploma of Electrotechnology qualifications.

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Module Group Core Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Troubleshoot basic amplifier circuits UEENEEH139A WC567
Fault find and repair complex power supplies UEENEEH138A WC566
Troubleshoot single phase input d.c. power supplies UEENEEH111A WC541
Apply environmentally and sustainable procedures in the energy sector UEENEEK142A WC711
Participate in electronics and communications work and competency development activities UEENEEC021B W7750
Repairs basic electronic apparatus faults by replacement of components UEENEEH102A WC532
Troubleshoot amplifiers in an electronic apparatus UEENEEH113A WC543
Solve fundamental electronic communications system problems UEENEEH146A WC572
Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components UEENEEE102A S7308
Troubleshoot resonance circuits in an electronic apparatus UEENEEH114A WC544
Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace UEENEEE101A S7307
Troubleshoot digital sub-systems UEENEEH112A WC542
Document and apply measures to control OHS risks associated with electrotechnology work UEENEEE137A S7314
Solve problems in d.c. circuits UEENEEE104A S7309

Module Group Group A Imported and Common Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Install telecommunications network equipment ICTTEN3056A D3444
Provide quotations for installation or service jobs UEENEEC003B W7733
Maintain documentation UEENEEC001B W7731
Deliver a service to customers UEENEEC010B W7740
Apply quick changeover procedures MSS402020A WD499
Source and purchase material/parts for installation or service jobs UEENEEC002B W7732
Provide basic instruction in the use of electrotechnology apparatus UEENEEE020B W7822
Provide first aid HLTAID003 WG732
Use computer applications relevant to a workplace UEENEED101A WC385
Apply 5S procedures MSS402040A WD503
Contribute to the application of a proactive maintenance strategy MSS402081A WD512
Comply with scheduled and preventative maintenance program processes UEENEEE009A W6053
Apply competitive systems and practices MSS402001A WD496
Apply Just in Time procedures MSS402021A WD500
Undertake root cause analysis MSS402080A WD511

Module Group Group B Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Set up and test residential video/audio equipment UEENEEH104A WC534
Assemble electronic components UEENEEA101A WC374
Repair routine business equipment faults UEENEEH103A WC533
Carry out repairs of predictable faults in video and audio replay/recording apparatus UEENEEH117A WC547
Assemble and install reception antennae and signal distribution equipment UEENEEH108A WC538
Install and modify optical fibre performance data communication cabling UEENEEF105A WC461
Set up and check electronic component assembly machines UEENEEA103A WC376
Assemble, enter and verify operating instructions in microprocessor equipped devices UEENEEI116A WC632
Develop web pages for engineering applications UEENEED129A WC404
Assemble, set-up and test computing devices UEENEED102A WC386
Install fire detection and warning system apparatus UEENEEH161A WC587
Set up and configure basic data communication systems UEENEEF114A WC470
Repair predictable faults in general electronic apparatus UEENEEH107A WC537
Test, report and rectify faults in data and voice installations UEENEEF111A WC467
Install large security systems UEENEEH151A WC577
Repair predictable faults in audio components UEENEEH124A WC554
Calibrate, adjust and test measuring instruments UEENEEI117A WC633
Troubleshoot faults in television receivers UEENEEH171A WC596
Troubleshoot fire protection systems UEENEEH165A WC591
Enter and verify programs for fire protection systems UEENEEH163A WC589
Troubleshoot professional audio reproduction components UEENEEH173A WC598
Troubleshoot audio - video recording equipment UEENEEH174A WC599
Disconnect - reconnect appliances connected to low voltage installation wiring UEENEEP010A WC742
Assemble and set up fixed video/audio components and systems in buildings and premises UEENEEH106A WC536
Commission large fire protection systems UEENEEH164A WC590
Fault find and repair remote control apparatus UEENEEH122A WC552
Find and repair microwave amplifier section faults in electronic apparatus UEENEEH116A WC546
Troubleshoot microcontroller based hardware systems UEENEEH166A WC592
Troubleshoot communication systems UEENEEH172A WC597
Set up and adjust commercial radio frequency (RF) transmission and reception systems UEENEEH127A WC555
Fault find and repair microwave heating apparatus UEENEEH123A WC553
Solve oscillator problems UEENEEH142A WC570
Assemble and set up basic security systems UEENEEH150A WC576
Support computer hardware and software for engineering applications UEENEED112A WC391
Use engineering applications software on personal computers UEENEED104A WC388
Program and commission commercial security systems UEENEEH154A WC580
Install and modify performance data communication copper cabling UEENEEF104A WC460
Plan an integrated cabling installation system UEENEEE121A WC426
Identify and select components, accessories and materials for energy sector work activities UEENEEE179A WC452
Set up and test gaming and game equipment UEENEEH109A WC539
Solve basic problems electronic and digital equipment and circuits UEENEEE123A WC428
Carry out preparatory energy sector work activities UEENEEE122A WC427
Conduct quality and functional tests on assembled electronic apparatus UEENEEA105A WC378
Verify compliance and functionality of fire protection system installations UEENEEH162A WC588
Set up and configure basic local area network (LAN) UEENEED146A WC409
Use lead-free soldering techniques UEENEEA106A WC379
Use drawings, diagrams, schedules, standards, codes and specifications UEENEEE107A S7311
Disconnect / reconnect composite appliances connected to low voltage installation wiring UEENEEP012A s7429
Attach cords and plugs to electrical equipment for connection to a single phase 230 Volt supply UEENEEP024A S7431
Install commercial video/audio system components UEENEEH110A WC540
Attach cords, cables and plugs to electrical equipment for connection to 1000 Va.c. or 1500 Vd.c. supply UEENEEP025A S7432
Locate and rectify faults in low voltage composite appliances using set procedures UEENEEP017A S7430
Select electronic components for assembly UEENEEA102A WC375
Repair basic computer equipment faults by replacement of modules/sub-assemblies UEENEEH101A WC531
Install and maintain cabling for multiple access to telecommunication services UEENEEF102A WC458
Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment UEENEEE105A S7310
Install and configure a client computer operating system and software UEENEED143A WC406
Set up and configure the wireless capabilities of communications and data storage devices UEENEEF107A WC463
Solve problems in basic electronic circuits UEENEEH169A WC595
Enter instructions and test wired and wireless security systems UEENEEH152A WC578
Develop software solutions for microcontroller based systems UEENEEH115A WC545
Solve problems in electronic musical equipment circuits UEENEEH187A WC612
Repair predictable faults in television receivers UEENEEH119A WC549
Program and commission commercial security closed circuit television systems UEENEEH156A WC582
Install and test microwave antennae and waveguides UEENEEH128A WC556
Fault find and repair electronic apparatus UEENEEH118A WC548
Select and arrange data and voice equipment for local area networks UEENEEF110A WC466
Set up, configure and test biometric devices UEENEED153A WC416
Solve problems in voice and data communications circuits UEENEEF106A WC462
Modify electronic sub assemblies UEENEEA104A WC377
Program and commission commercial access control security systems UEENEEH155A WC581
Select, install, configure and test multimedia components UEENEED130A WC405
Develop, enter and verify discrete control programs for programmable controllers UEENEEI150A WC666
Install and connect data and voice communication equipment UEENEEF109A WC465
Fault find and repair gaming and games equipment UEENEEH120A WC550
Use instrumentation drawings, specification, standards and equipment manuals UEENEEI101A WC618
Verify functionality and compliance of custom electronic installations UEENEEH105A WC535
Lay wiring/cabling and terminate accessories for extra-low voltage (ELV) circuits UEENEEE108A WC420
Fault find and repair high volume office equipment UEENEEH121A WC551
Select and arrange equipment for wireless communication networks UEENEEF108A WC464
Operate and maintain amateur radio communication stations UEENEEB101A WC384

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

 

UEE31411
A128
Are you looking for a security career with current skills?

When you complete the Certificate III in Security Equipment you'll be looking at a...

Course Overview

Where Balga
Duration
How Apprenticeship
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

Successful completion of this qualification provides you with the opportunity to work as a security installer/maintainer, designer or gain an apprenticeship/traineeship. You must be indentured to become an apprentice. This qualification is a pathway into security monitoring, design and management.

When you complete the Certificate III in Security Equipment you'll be looking at a career as an security equipment tradesperson.

Further study opportunities:

Certificate IV or Diploma in Electrotechnology.

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Module Group Core Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Install large security systems UEENEEH151A WC577
Enter instructions and test wired and wireless security systems UEENEEH152A WC578
Apply environmentally and sustainable procedures in the energy sector UEENEEK142A WC711
Assemble and set up basic security systems UEENEEH150A WC576
Participate in security equipment work and competency development activities UEENEEC026B W7755
Troubleshoot resonance circuits in an electronic apparatus UEENEEH114A WC544
Lay wiring/cabling and terminate accessories for extra-low voltage (ELV) circuits UEENEEE108A WC420
Solve problems in d.c. circuits UEENEEE104A S7309
Use drawings, diagrams, schedules, standards, codes and specifications UEENEEE107A S7311
Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components UEENEEE102A S7308
Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment UEENEEE105A S7310
Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace UEENEEE101A S7307
Document and apply measures to control OHS risks associated with electrotechnology work UEENEEE137A S7314

Module Group Group A Imported and Common Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Provide quotations for installation or service jobs UEENEEC003B W7733
Work safely in the construction industry CPCCOHS1001A W9434
Use computer applications relevant to a workplace UEENEED101A WC385
Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation HLTAID001 WG730
Provide first aid HLTAID003 WG732
Maintain documentation UEENEEC001B W7731
Source and purchase material/parts for installation or service jobs UEENEEC002B W7732
Comply with scheduled and preventative maintenance program processes UEENEEE009B W7811
Deliver a service to customers UEENEEC010B W7740
Provide basic instruction in the use of electrotechnology apparatus UEENEEE020B W7822

Module Group Group B Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Set up and test residential video/audio equipment UEENEEH104A WC534
Fault find and repair electronic apparatus UEENEEH118A WC548
Repairs basic electronic apparatus faults by replacement of components UEENEEH102A WC532
Program and commission commercial security closed circuit television systems UEENEEH156A WC582
Repair routine business equipment faults UEENEEH103A WC533
Program and test large security systems UEENEEH153A WC579
Install and maintain cabling for multiple access to telecommunication services UEENEEF102A WC458
Program and commission commercial security systems UEENEEH154A WC580
Program and commission commercial access control security systems UEENEEH155A WC581
Solve problems in basic electronic circuits UEENEEH169A WC595

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

 

UEE31411
A128
Are you looking for a security career with current skills?

When you complete the Certificate III in Security Equipment you'll be looking at a...

Course Overview

Where Balga
Duration
How Apprenticeship
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

Successful completion of this qualification provides you with the opportunity to work as a security installer/maintainer, designer or gain an apprenticeship/traineeship. You must be indentured to become an apprentice. This qualification is a pathway into security monitoring, design and management.

When you complete the Certificate III in Security Equipment you'll be looking at a career as an security equipment tradesperson.

Further study opportunities:

Certificate IV or Diploma in Electrotechnology.

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Module Group Core Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Install large security systems UEENEEH151A WC577
Enter instructions and test wired and wireless security systems UEENEEH152A WC578
Apply environmentally and sustainable procedures in the energy sector UEENEEK142A WC711
Assemble and set up basic security systems UEENEEH150A WC576
Participate in security equipment work and competency development activities UEENEEC026B W7755
Troubleshoot resonance circuits in an electronic apparatus UEENEEH114A WC544
Lay wiring/cabling and terminate accessories for extra-low voltage (ELV) circuits UEENEEE108A WC420
Solve problems in d.c. circuits UEENEEE104A S7309
Use drawings, diagrams, schedules, standards, codes and specifications UEENEEE107A S7311
Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components UEENEEE102A S7308
Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment UEENEEE105A S7310
Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace UEENEEE101A S7307
Document and apply measures to control OHS risks associated with electrotechnology work UEENEEE137A S7314

Module Group Group A Imported and Common Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Provide quotations for installation or service jobs UEENEEC003B W7733
Work safely in the construction industry CPCCOHS1001A W9434
Use computer applications relevant to a workplace UEENEED101A WC385
Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation HLTAID001 WG730
Provide first aid HLTAID003 WG732
Maintain documentation UEENEEC001B W7731
Source and purchase material/parts for installation or service jobs UEENEEC002B W7732
Comply with scheduled and preventative maintenance program processes UEENEEE009B W7811
Deliver a service to customers UEENEEC010B W7740
Provide basic instruction in the use of electrotechnology apparatus UEENEEE020B W7822

Module Group Group B Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Set up and test residential video/audio equipment UEENEEH104A WC534
Fault find and repair electronic apparatus UEENEEH118A WC548
Repairs basic electronic apparatus faults by replacement of components UEENEEH102A WC532
Program and commission commercial security closed circuit television systems UEENEEH156A WC582
Repair routine business equipment faults UEENEEH103A WC533
Program and test large security systems UEENEEH153A WC579
Install and maintain cabling for multiple access to telecommunication services UEENEEF102A WC458
Program and commission commercial security systems UEENEEH154A WC580
Program and commission commercial access control security systems UEENEEH155A WC581
Solve problems in basic electronic circuits UEENEEH169A WC595

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

 

UEE31411
A128
Are you looking for a security career with current skills?

When you complete the Certificate III in Security Equipment you'll be looking at a...

Course Overview

Where Balga
Duration
How Apprenticeship
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

Successful completion of this qualification provides you with the opportunity to work as a security installer/maintainer, designer or gain an apprenticeship/traineeship. You must be indentured to become an apprentice. This qualification is a pathway into security monitoring, design and management.

When you complete the Certificate III in Security Equipment you'll be looking at a career as an security equipment tradesperson.

Further study opportunities:

Certificate IV or Diploma in Electrotechnology.

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Module Group Core Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Install large security systems UEENEEH151A WC577
Enter instructions and test wired and wireless security systems UEENEEH152A WC578
Apply environmentally and sustainable procedures in the energy sector UEENEEK142A WC711
Assemble and set up basic security systems UEENEEH150A WC576
Participate in security equipment work and competency development activities UEENEEC026B W7755
Troubleshoot resonance circuits in an electronic apparatus UEENEEH114A WC544
Lay wiring/cabling and terminate accessories for extra-low voltage (ELV) circuits UEENEEE108A WC420
Solve problems in d.c. circuits UEENEEE104A S7309
Use drawings, diagrams, schedules, standards, codes and specifications UEENEEE107A S7311
Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components UEENEEE102A S7308
Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment UEENEEE105A S7310
Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace UEENEEE101A S7307
Document and apply measures to control OHS risks associated with electrotechnology work UEENEEE137A S7314

Module Group Group A Imported and Common Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Provide quotations for installation or service jobs UEENEEC003B W7733
Work safely in the construction industry CPCCOHS1001A W9434
Use computer applications relevant to a workplace UEENEED101A WC385
Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation HLTAID001 WG730
Provide first aid HLTAID003 WG732
Maintain documentation UEENEEC001B W7731
Source and purchase material/parts for installation or service jobs UEENEEC002B W7732
Comply with scheduled and preventative maintenance program processes UEENEEE009B W7811
Deliver a service to customers UEENEEC010B W7740
Provide basic instruction in the use of electrotechnology apparatus UEENEEE020B W7822

Module Group Group B Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Set up and test residential video/audio equipment UEENEEH104A WC534
Fault find and repair electronic apparatus UEENEEH118A WC548
Repairs basic electronic apparatus faults by replacement of components UEENEEH102A WC532
Program and commission commercial security closed circuit television systems UEENEEH156A WC582
Repair routine business equipment faults UEENEEH103A WC533
Program and test large security systems UEENEEH153A WC579
Install and maintain cabling for multiple access to telecommunication services UEENEEF102A WC458
Program and commission commercial security systems UEENEEH154A WC580
Program and commission commercial access control security systems UEENEEH155A WC581
Solve problems in basic electronic circuits UEENEEH169A WC595

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

 

UEE31411
A128
Are you looking for a security career with current skills?

When you complete the Certificate III in Security Equipment you'll be looking at a...

Course Overview

Where Balga
Duration
How Apprenticeship
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

Successful completion of this qualification provides you with the opportunity to work as a security installer/maintainer, designer or gain an apprenticeship/traineeship. You must be indentured to become an apprentice. This qualification is a pathway into security monitoring, design and management.

When you complete the Certificate III in Security Equipment you'll be looking at a career as an security equipment tradesperson.

Further study opportunities:

Certificate IV or Diploma in Electrotechnology.

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Module Group Core Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Install large security systems UEENEEH151A WC577
Enter instructions and test wired and wireless security systems UEENEEH152A WC578
Apply environmentally and sustainable procedures in the energy sector UEENEEK142A WC711
Assemble and set up basic security systems UEENEEH150A WC576
Participate in security equipment work and competency development activities UEENEEC026B W7755
Troubleshoot resonance circuits in an electronic apparatus UEENEEH114A WC544
Lay wiring/cabling and terminate accessories for extra-low voltage (ELV) circuits UEENEEE108A WC420
Solve problems in d.c. circuits UEENEEE104A S7309
Use drawings, diagrams, schedules, standards, codes and specifications UEENEEE107A S7311
Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components UEENEEE102A S7308
Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment UEENEEE105A S7310
Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace UEENEEE101A S7307
Document and apply measures to control OHS risks associated with electrotechnology work UEENEEE137A S7314

Module Group Group A Imported and Common Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Provide quotations for installation or service jobs UEENEEC003B W7733
Work safely in the construction industry CPCCOHS1001A W9434
Use computer applications relevant to a workplace UEENEED101A WC385
Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation HLTAID001 WG730
Provide first aid HLTAID003 WG732
Maintain documentation UEENEEC001B W7731
Source and purchase material/parts for installation or service jobs UEENEEC002B W7732
Comply with scheduled and preventative maintenance program processes UEENEEE009B W7811
Deliver a service to customers UEENEEC010B W7740
Provide basic instruction in the use of electrotechnology apparatus UEENEEE020B W7822

Module Group Group B Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Set up and test residential video/audio equipment UEENEEH104A WC534
Fault find and repair electronic apparatus UEENEEH118A WC548
Repairs basic electronic apparatus faults by replacement of components UEENEEH102A WC532
Program and commission commercial security closed circuit television systems UEENEEH156A WC582
Repair routine business equipment faults UEENEEH103A WC533
Program and test large security systems UEENEEH153A WC579
Install and maintain cabling for multiple access to telecommunication services UEENEEF102A WC458
Program and commission commercial security systems UEENEEH154A WC580
Program and commission commercial access control security systems UEENEEH155A WC581
Solve problems in basic electronic circuits UEENEEH169A WC595

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

 

UEE33011
A131

This qualification will provide you with the skills and knowledge to manufacture, fit, assemble, erect, operate, test, fault find, alter, repair...

Course Overview

Where Balga
Midland
Duration

6 semesters (3 years)

How Apprenticeship
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

Successful completion of this qualification provides you with the opportunity to become an electrical fitter.

Electrical fitter

Further study opportunities:

Certificate IV in Electrotechnology qualifications

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Module Group Core Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Solve problems in low voltage a.c. circuits UEENEEG102A S7319
Solve problems in electromagnetic devices and related circuits UEENEEG101A S7318
Solve problems in d.c. circuits UEENEEE104A S7309
Trouble-shoot and repair faults in low voltage electrical apparatus and circuits UEENEEG108A S7325
Terminate cables, cords and accessories for low voltage circuits UEENEEG106A S7323
Document and apply measures to control OHS risks associated with electrotechnology work UEENEEE137A S7314
Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace UEENEEE101A S7307
Arrange circuits, control and protection for general electrical installations UEENEEG063A S7317
Participate in electrical work and competency development activities UEENEEC020B W7749
Solve problems in single and three phase low voltage machines UEENEEG006A S7315
Use drawings, diagrams, schedules, standards, codes and specifications UEENEEE107A S7311
Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components UEENEEE102A S7308
Solve problems in single and three phase low voltage electrical apparatus and circuits UEENEEG033A S7316
Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment UEENEEE105A S7310
Develop and connect electrical control circuits UEENEEG109A S7326
Conduct compliance and functional verification of electrical apparatus and existing circuits UEENEEG199A WC530
Apply environmentally and sustainable procedures in the energy sector UEENEEK142A WC711

Module Group Group A Imported and Common Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Provide basic instruction in the use of electrotechnology apparatus UEENEEE020B W7822
Deliver a service to customers UEENEEC010B W7740
Source and purchase material/parts for installation or service jobs UEENEEC002B W7732
Comply with scheduled and preventative maintenance program processes UEENEEE009B W7811
Maintain documentation UEENEEC001B W7731
Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation HLTAID001 WG730
Use computer applications relevant to a workplace UEENEED101A WC385
Work safely in the construction industry CPCCOHS1001A W9434
Provide first aid HLTAID003 WG732
Provide quotations for installation or service jobs UEENEEC003B W7733

Module Group Group B Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Align and install traction lift equipment UEENEEG167A WC510
Install and maintain escalators, moving walks and treadways UEENEEG166A WC509
Maintain operation of electrical marine equipment and systems UEENEEG119A WC477
Attend to breakdowns in hazardous areas - gas atmospheres UEENEEM020A D3586
Assemble and wire internal electrical rail signalling equipment UEENEEN102A WC724
Carry out overhaul and repair of explosion-protected equipment - flameproof enclosures UEENEEM061A D3626
Test copper rail signalling cables UEENEEN104A WC726
Repair rail signalling power and control cables UEENEEN121A WC738
Provide advice on the application of energy efficient lighting for ambient and aesthetic effect UEENEEG183A WC521
Supply effective and efficient lighting products for domestic and small commercial applications UEENEEG182A WC520
Verify compliance of repaired reeling, trailing and flexible cables UEENEEM073A D3638
Repairs basic electronic apparatus faults by replacement of components UEENEEH102A WC532
Disconnect - reconnect appliances connected to low voltage installation wiring UEENEEP010A WC742
Maintain equipment in hazardous areas - gas atmospheres UEENEEM028A D3594
Maintain and service traction lifts systems and equipment UEENEEG165A WC508
Maintain equipment in hazardous areas - dust atmospheres UEENEEM029A D3595
Maintain equipment in hazardous areas - coal mining UEENEEM027A D3593
Use and maintain the integrity of a portable gas detection device UEENEEM076A D3641
Carry out overhaul and repair of explosion-protected equipment - dust atmospheres UEENEEM063A D3628
Overhaul and repair of explosion-protected equipment - gas atmospheres UEENEEM033A D3599
Overhaul and repair of explosion-protected equipment - dust atmospheres UEENEEM034A D3600
Diagnose and rectify faults in traction lift systems UEENEEG116A WC475
Overhaul and repair of explosion-protected equipment - flameproof enclosures UEENEEM032A D3598
Overhaul and repair of explosion-protected equipment - coal mining UEENEEM031A D3597
Repair reeling, trailing and flexible cables UEENEEM070A D3634
Carry out overhaul and repair of explosion-protected equipment - coal mining UEENEEM060A D3625
Inspect and fit plugs/couplers for reeling, trailing and flexible cables UEENEEM072A D3637
Test reeling, trailing and flexible cables UEENEEM071A D3636
Carry out overhaul and repair of explosion-protected equipment - gas atmospheres UEENEEM062A D3627
Maintain equipment in hazardous areas - pressurisation UEENEEM030A D3596
Attend to breakdowns in hazardous areas - dust atmospheres UEENEEM021A D3587
Locate and rectify faults in low voltage water heaters using set procedures UEENEEP019A WC749
Locate and rectify faults in low voltage appliances using set procedures UEENEEP016A WC747
Disconnect - reconnect water heaters connected to low voltage installation wiring UEENEEP014A WC745
HV Flexible Cables and Plugs UEENEEP023A WC753
Disconnect - reconnect explosion-protected appliances and control devices connected to low voltage installation wiring UEENEEP021A WC751
Maintain capacitor bank equipment for voltage regulation UETTDRSB29A WD738
Sample, test, filter and reinstate insulating oil UETTDRIS47A WD673
Disconnect and reconnect 3.3 kV electric propulsion components of self-propelled earth moving vehicles UEENEEP022A WC752
Disconnect - reconnect neon signs connected to low voltage installation wiring UEENEEP011A WC743
Solve problems in pressure measurement components and systems UEENEEI102A WC619
Diagnose and rectify faults in air conditioning and refrigeration control systems UEENEEJ170A S7400
Find and rectify faults in motors and associated controls in refrigeration and air conditioning systems UEENEEJ153A S7386
Establish the basic operating conditions of vapour compression systems UEENEEJ103A S7339
Install refrigerant pipe work, flow controls and accessories UEENEEJ106A S7342
Recover, pressure test, evacuate, charge and leak test refrigerants UEENEEJ108A S7344
Position, assemble and start up single head split air conditioning and water heating heat pump systems UEENEEJ105A S7341
Install and maintain cabling for multiple access to telecommunication services UEENEEF102A WC458
Perform HV field switching operation to a given schedule UETTDRIS44A WD670
Attend to breakdowns in hazardous areas - coal mining UEENEEM019A D3585
Solve problems in energy supply network protection equipment and systems UETTDRIS68A WD694
Perform low voltage field switching operation to a given schedule UETTDRIS43A WD669
Attend to breakdowns in hazardous areas - pressurisation UEENEEM022A D3588
Install and maintain the integrity of fixed gas detection equipment UEENEEM077A D3642
Establish the basic operating conditions of air conditioning systems UEENEEJ104A S7340
Prepare and connect refrigerant tubing and fittings UEENEEJ102A S7338
Service electrical heating appliances UEENEEJ157A S7390
Solve problems in low voltage refrigeration circuits UEENEEJ194A S7424
Recover, pressure test, evacuate, charge and leak test refrigerants - appliances UEENEEJ162A S7394
Report on the integrity of explosion-protected equipment in a hazardous area UEENEEM080A D3645
Service small electrical appliances and power tools UEENEEJ151A S7385
Find and rectify faults in appliance control systems and devices UEENEEJ154A S7387
Service refrigeration appliances UEENEEJ155A S7388
Service dishwasher machines UEENEEJ158A S7391
Service gas heating appliances UEENEEJ159A S7392
Establish the basic operating conditions of vapour compression systems - appliances UEENEEJ195A S7425
Service clothes washing machines and dryers UEENEEJ156A S7389
Service and repair microwave ovens UEENEEJ173A S7403
Perform power system substation switching operation to a given schedule UETTDRSB39A WD748
Solve problems in energy supply network equipment UETTDRIS67A WD693
Rewind single phase machines UEENEEG152A WC496
Assemble, mount and connect control gear and switchgear UEENEEA110A WC381
Solve problems in flow measurement components and systems UEENEEI104A WC621
Conduct electrical tests on LV electrical machines UEENEEG157A WC501
Assemble and connect telecommunication frames and cabinets UEENEEF115A WC471
Overhaul and repair major switchgear and controlgear UEENEEG129A WC487
Install instrumentation and control apparatus and associated equipment UEENEEI108A WC625
Solve problems in temperature measurement components and systems UEENEEI105A WC622
Assemble, enter and verify operating instructions in microprocessor equipped devices UEENEEI116A WC632
Place and connect electrical coils UEENEEG151A WC495
Troubleshoot single phase input d.c. power supplies UEENEEH111A WC541
Rewind three phase low voltage induction machines UEENEEG153A WC497
Conduct mechanical tests on electrical machines and components UEENEEG159A WC503
Solve problems in density/level measurement components and systems UEENEEI103A WC620
Repair and maintain mechanical components of electrical machines UEENEEG164A WC507
Use engineering applications software on personal computers UEENEED104A WC388
Provide advice on effective and energy efficient lighting products UEENEEG181A WC519
Wind electrical coils UEENEEG150A WC494
Maintain operation of electrical mining equipment and systems UEENEEG118A WC476
Install and modify performance data communication copper cabling UEENEEF104A WC460
Find and repair faults in LV d.c. electrical apparatus and circuits UEENEEG110A WC472
Develop, enter and verify discrete control programs for programmable controllers UEENEEI150A WC666
Install instrumentation and control cabling and tubing UEENEEI107A WC624
Use instrumentation drawings, specification, standards and equipment manuals UEENEEI101A WC618
Mount and wire control panel equipment UEENEEA113A WC383
Rewind LV direct current machines UEENEEG154A WC498
Carry out basic repairs to electrical components and equipment UEENEEG111A WC473
Fabricate and assemble bus bars UEENEEA112A WC382

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

 

AUR20412
AA25

The Certificate II in Automotive Electrical Technology (Automotive Electrical Pre-apprenticeship) will provide you with skills and knowledge used...

Course Overview

Where Joondalup (Injune Way)
Duration

6 months (1 semester) full time

How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 2, 2016.
This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

This course is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills required to gain employment in the automotive industry.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Completion of this course will improve your chance of getting an automotive apprenticeship.

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Core units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Carry out soldering of electrical wiring and circuits AURETR2006 WF086
Remove and replace electrical units and assemblies AURETR2008 WF088
Install, test and repair vehicle lighting and wiring systems AURETR2009 WF089
Install and test basic ancillary electrical components AURETR2011 WF091
Apply safe working practices in an automotive workplace AURASA2002 WF032
Demonstrate knowledge of automotive electrical circuits and wiring systems AURETR2007 WF087
Apply environmental and sustainability best practice in an automotive workplace AURAEA2002 WF007
Inspect and service batteries AURETR2015 WF095
Test and repair basic electrical circuits AURETR2012 WF092
Use and maintain automotive electrical test equipment AURETK2002 WF081

Elective units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Apply automotive electrical system fundamentals AURETR1003 WF084
Use and maintain workplace tools and equipment AURTTK2002 WF421
Inspect and service engines AURTTE2004 WF409
Demonstrate knowledge of petrol and diesel engine operation AURETR2035 WF097
Use and maintain measuring equipment in an automotive workplace AURTTK2001 WF420
Read and apply vehicle wiring schematics and drawings AURETR2016 WF096

Work Practice Coordination Modules

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Pre-apprenticeship Work Placement Coordination 2 (commenced) WP097 WP097
Pre-apprenticeship Work Placement Coordination 1 (placement arranged) WP096 WP096
Pre-apprenticeship Work Placement Coordination 4 (completed) WP099 WP099
Pre-apprenticeship Work Placement Coordination 3 (mid-point) WP098 WP098

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

AUR20512
AA27

The Certificate II in Automotive Servicing Technology (Light Vehicle Servicing Pre-Apprenticeship) will provide you with skills and knowledge used...

Course Overview

Where Joondalup (Injune Way)
Duration

6 months (1 semester) full time

How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

This course is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills required to gain employment in the automotive industry.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Completion of this course will improve your chance of getting an automotive apprenticeship.

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Core units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Inspect and service suspension systems AURTTD2004 WF406
Inspect and service steering systems AURTTD2002 WF404
Service final drive assemblies AURTTQ2001 WF437
Identify basic automotive faults using troubleshooting processes AURATA2001 WF033
Inspect and service cooling systems AURTTC2001 WF400
Inspect and service braking systems AURTTB2001 WF394
Service final drive (driveline) AURTTQ2003 WF439
Inspect and service batteries AURETR2015 WF095
Inspect and service engines AURTTE2004 WF409
Apply safe working practices in an automotive workplace AURASA2002 WF032
Apply environmental and sustainability best practice in an automotive workplace AURAEA2002 WF007
Carry out servicing operations AURTTA2004 WF372
Use and maintain workplace tools and equipment AURTTK2002 WF421

Elective units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Balance wheels and tyres AURTTJ2001 WF418
Inspect and service clutch systems AURTTX2005 WF450
Service petrol fuel systems AURTTF2001 WF411
Apply automotive mechanical system fundamentals AURLTA1001 WF218
Demonstrate knowledge of petrol and diesel engine operation AURETR2035 WF097
Apply automotive electrical system fundamentals AURETR1003 WF084
Use and maintain basic measuring devices AURTTA1003 WF371

Work Practice Coordination Modules

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Pre-apprenticeship Work Placement Coordination 3 (mid-point) WP098 WP098
Pre-apprenticeship Work Placement Coordination 2 (commenced) WP097 WP097
Pre-apprenticeship Work Placement Coordination 1 (placement arranged) WP096 WP096
Pre-apprenticeship Work Placement Coordination 4 (completed) WP099 WP099

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

52443WA
AA32
Do you want an outdoor trades career with a chance of making great things?

When you complete this Certificate II in Building and Construction pre-...

Course Overview

Where Balga
Clarkson
Duration

1 semester (6 months)

How Full-Time
Pre-Apprenticeship
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

When you complete this Certificate II in Building and Construction pre-apprenticeship you'll be what employers are looking for as an apprentice bricklayer/blocklayer.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Certificate III in Bricklaying/Blocklaying Apprenticeship

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Core units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Conduct workplace communication CPCCCM1014A D7349
Apply OHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry CPCCOHS2001A W9435
Plan and organise work CPCCCM1013A D7348
Work effectively and sustainably in the construction industry CPCCCM1012A D7347
Work safely in the construction industry CPCCOHS1001A W9434
Read and interpret plans and specifications CPCCCM2001A W9370
Carry out measurements and calculations CPCCCM1015A D7350

Elective units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Use bricklaying and blocklaying tools and equipment CPCCBL2002A W9319
Carry out concreting to simple forms CPCCCO2013A D7357
Apply basic levelling procedures CPCCCM2006B WE984
Carry out basic demolition CPCCCM2009A W9378
Erect and dismantle restricted height scaffolding CPCCCM2008A W9377
Handle and prepare bricklaying and blocklaying materials CPCCBL2001A W9318

Work Placement Coordination Modules

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
MODULE 1 (PLACEMENT ARRANGED) AW866 AW866
MODULE 1 (PLACEMENT ARRANGED) AW866 AW866
MODULE 3 (MID-POINT) AW868 AW868
MODULE 4 (COMPLETED) AW869 AW869
MODULE 3 (MID-POINT) AW868 AW868
MODULE 2 (COMMENCED) AW867 AW867
MODULE 1 (PLACEMENT ARRANGED) AW866 AW866
MODULE 2 (COMMENCED) AW867 AW867
MODULE 4 (COMPLETED) AW869 AW869
MODULE 2 (COMMENCED) AW867 AW867
MODULE 4 (COMPLETED) AW869 AW869
MODULE 4 (COMPLETED) AW869 AW869
MODULE 3 (MID-POINT) AW868 AW868
MODULE 3 (MID-POINT) AW868 AW868
MODULE 2 (COMMENCED) AW867 AW867
MODULE 1 (PLACEMENT ARRANGED) AW866 AW866

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

52443WA
AA33
Do you want a career in a trade that has everything covered?

When you complete this Certificate II in Building and Construction pre-apprenticeship...

Course Overview

Where Clarkson
Duration
How Full-Time
Pre-Apprenticeship
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

When you complete this Certificate II in Building and Construction pre-apprenticeship you'll be what employers are looking for as an apprentice solid plasterer.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

CPC31011 Certificate III In Solid Plastering apprenticeship

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Core units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Carry out measurements and calculations CPCCCM1015A D7350
Work safely in the construction industry CPCCOHS1001A W9434
Apply OHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry CPCCOHS2001A W9435
Conduct workplace communication CPCCCM1014A D7349
Read and interpret plans and specifications CPCCCM2001A W9370
Work effectively and sustainably in the construction industry CPCCCM1012A D7347
Plan and organise work CPCCCM1013A D7348

Elective units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Apply basic levelling procedures CPCCCM2006B WE984
Work safely at heights CPCCCM2010B WE987
Erect and dismantle restricted height scaffolding CPCCCM2008B WE986
Carry out concreting to simple forms CPCCCO2003A W9384
Handle solid plastering materials CPCCSP2001A W9541
Prepare surfaces for plastering CPCCSP2003A W9543

Work Placement Coordination Modules

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
MODULE 3 (MID-POINT) AW868 AW868
MODULE 3 (MID-POINT) AW868 AW868
MODULE 2 (COMMENCED) AW867 AW867
MODULE 4 (COMPLETED) AW869 AW869
MODULE 1 (PLACEMENT ARRANGED) AW866 AW866
MODULE 1 (PLACEMENT ARRANGED) AW866 AW866
MODULE 2 (COMMENCED) AW867 AW867
MODULE 4 (COMPLETED) AW869 AW869
MODULE 1 (PLACEMENT ARRANGED) AW866 AW866
MODULE 2 (COMMENCED) AW867 AW867
MODULE 1 (PLACEMENT ARRANGED) AW866 AW866
MODULE 2 (COMMENCED) AW867 AW867
MODULE 3 (MID-POINT) AW868 AW868
MODULE 4 (COMPLETED) AW869 AW869
MODULE 3 (MID-POINT) AW868 AW868
MODULE 4 (COMPLETED) AW869 AW869

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

52443WA
AA35
Do you have an eye for detail and want your work on show?

When you complete this Certificate II in Building and Construction pre-apprenticeship...

Course Overview

Where Balga
Clarkson
Duration

10 weeks (1 term)

How Full-Time
Vetis - Vet In Schools
Pre-Apprenticeship
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

When you complete this Certificate II in Building and Construction pre-apprenticeship you'll be what employers are looking for as an apprentice wall and floor tiler.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Certificate III qualifications in the Construction Industry

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Core units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Carry out measurements and calculations CPCCCM1015A D7350
Work safely in the construction industry CPCCOHS1001A W9434
Apply OHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry CPCCOHS2001A W9435
Conduct workplace communication CPCCCM1014A D7349
Read and interpret plans and specifications CPCCCM2001A W9370
Work effectively and sustainably in the construction industry CPCCCM1012A D7347
Plan and organise work CPCCCM1013A D7348

Elective units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Apply basic levelling procedures CPCCCM2006B WE984
Work safely at heights CPCCCM2010B WE987
Carry out concreting to simple forms CPCCCO2013A D7357
Handle wall and floor tiling materials CPCCWF2001A W9608
Prepare surfaces for tiling application CPCCWF3001A W9610
Apply waterproofing process to internal wet areas CPCCWP3002A W9623

Work Placement Coordination Modules

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
MODULE 3 (MID-POINT) AW868 AW868
MODULE 3 (MID-POINT) AW868 AW868
MODULE 2 (COMMENCED) AW867 AW867
MODULE 4 (COMPLETED) AW869 AW869
MODULE 1 (PLACEMENT ARRANGED) AW866 AW866
MODULE 1 (PLACEMENT ARRANGED) AW866 AW866
MODULE 2 (COMMENCED) AW867 AW867
MODULE 4 (COMPLETED) AW869 AW869
MODULE 1 (PLACEMENT ARRANGED) AW866 AW866
MODULE 2 (COMMENCED) AW867 AW867
MODULE 1 (PLACEMENT ARRANGED) AW866 AW866
MODULE 2 (COMMENCED) AW867 AW867
MODULE 3 (MID-POINT) AW868 AW868
MODULE 4 (COMPLETED) AW869 AW869
MODULE 3 (MID-POINT) AW868 AW868
MODULE 4 (COMPLETED) AW869 AW869

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

52443WA
AA36
Do you have an eye for colour and like to finish what others start?

When you complete this Certificate II in Building and Construction pre-...

Course Overview

Where Balga
Duration

1-2 terms (3-6 months) full-time

How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

Successful completion of this qualification provides you with the opportunity to gain an apprenticeship to become a painter and decorator. You will need to be employed and registered as an apprentice before you can commence apprenticeship training.

When you complete this Certificate II in Building and Construction pre-apprenticeship you'll be what employers are looking for as an apprentice painter and decorator. A colour vision clearance may be required to gain a painting and decorating apprenticeship.

Further study opportunities:

Upon gaining an apprenticeship in painting and decorating you can continue your professional studies in Certificate III in Painting and Decorating.

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

52443WA
AA37
Do you want a trades career with an artistic flair?

When you complete this Certificate II in Building and Construction pre-apprenticeship you'll...

Course Overview

Where Midland
Duration

One term full-time

How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

Successful completion of this course will provide you with the opportunity to gain an apprenticeship in the Signage industry. You will need to be employed and registered as an apprentice before you can commence apprenticeship training.

When you complete this Certificate II in Building and Construction pre-apprenticeship you'll be what employers are looking for as an apprentice signwriter.

Further study opportunities:

When you complete this Certificate II in Building and Construction pre-apprenticeship you'll be what employers are looking for as an apprentice signwriter.

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

52443WA
AA38
Do you have a way with wood and a building desire?

When you complete this Certificate II in Building and Construction pre-apprenticeship you'll be...

Course Overview

Where Balga
Clarkson
Midland
Duration

1 semester (6 months)

How Full-Time
Pre-Apprenticeship
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

When you complete this Certificate II in Building and Construction pre-apprenticeship you'll be what employers are looking for as an apprentice carpenter and joiner.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

CPC30211 Certificate III in Carpentry (apprenticeship)

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Core units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Carry out measurements and calculations CPCCCM1015A D7350
Work safely in the construction industry CPCCOHS1001A W9434
Apply OHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry CPCCOHS2001A W9435
Conduct workplace communication CPCCCM1014A D7349
Read and interpret plans and specifications CPCCCM2001A W9370
Work effectively and sustainably in the construction industry CPCCCM1012A D7347
Plan and organise work CPCCCM1013A D7348

Elective units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Use carpentry tools and equipment CPCCCA2002B WE975
Use explosive power tools CPCCCM2007B WE985
Work safely at heights CPCCCM2010B WE987
Carry out setting out CPCCCA3002A W9341
Handle carpentry materials CPCCCA2011A D7345
Erect and dismantle restricted height scaffolding CPCCCM2008B WE986

Work placement

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
MODULE 3 (MID-POINT) AW868 AW868
MODULE 3 (MID-POINT) AW868 AW868
MODULE 2 (COMMENCED) AW867 AW867
MODULE 4 (COMPLETED) AW869 AW869
MODULE 1 (PLACEMENT ARRANGED) AW866 AW866
MODULE 1 (PLACEMENT ARRANGED) AW866 AW866
MODULE 2 (COMMENCED) AW867 AW867
MODULE 4 (COMPLETED) AW869 AW869
MODULE 1 (PLACEMENT ARRANGED) AW866 AW866
MODULE 2 (COMMENCED) AW867 AW867
MODULE 1 (PLACEMENT ARRANGED) AW866 AW866
MODULE 2 (COMMENCED) AW867 AW867
MODULE 3 (MID-POINT) AW868 AW868
MODULE 4 (COMPLETED) AW869 AW869
MODULE 3 (MID-POINT) AW868 AW868
MODULE 4 (COMPLETED) AW869 AW869

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

52443WA
AA38
Do you have a way with wood and a building desire?

When you complete this Certificate II in Building and Construction pre-apprenticeship you'll be...

Course Overview

Where Balga
Clarkson
Midland
Duration

1 semester (6 months)

How Full-Time
Pre-Apprenticeship
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

When you complete this Certificate II in Building and Construction pre-apprenticeship you'll be what employers are looking for as an apprentice carpenter and joiner.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

CPC30211 Certificate III in Carpentry (apprenticeship)

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Core units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Carry out measurements and calculations CPCCCM1015A D7350
Work safely in the construction industry CPCCOHS1001A W9434
Apply OHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry CPCCOHS2001A W9435
Conduct workplace communication CPCCCM1014A D7349
Read and interpret plans and specifications CPCCCM2001A W9370
Work effectively and sustainably in the construction industry CPCCCM1012A D7347
Plan and organise work CPCCCM1013A D7348

Elective units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Use carpentry tools and equipment CPCCCA2002B WE975
Use explosive power tools CPCCCM2007B WE985
Work safely at heights CPCCCM2010B WE987
Carry out setting out CPCCCA3002A W9341
Handle carpentry materials CPCCCA2011A D7345
Erect and dismantle restricted height scaffolding CPCCCM2008B WE986

Work placement

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
MODULE 3 (MID-POINT) AW868 AW868
MODULE 3 (MID-POINT) AW868 AW868
MODULE 2 (COMMENCED) AW867 AW867
MODULE 4 (COMPLETED) AW869 AW869
MODULE 1 (PLACEMENT ARRANGED) AW866 AW866
MODULE 1 (PLACEMENT ARRANGED) AW866 AW866
MODULE 2 (COMMENCED) AW867 AW867
MODULE 4 (COMPLETED) AW869 AW869
MODULE 1 (PLACEMENT ARRANGED) AW866 AW866
MODULE 2 (COMMENCED) AW867 AW867
MODULE 1 (PLACEMENT ARRANGED) AW866 AW866
MODULE 2 (COMMENCED) AW867 AW867
MODULE 3 (MID-POINT) AW868 AW868
MODULE 4 (COMPLETED) AW869 AW869
MODULE 3 (MID-POINT) AW868 AW868
MODULE 4 (COMPLETED) AW869 AW869

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

52700WA
AA40
Does your career pipe dream involve real pipes?

When you complete the Certificate II in Plumbing (Plumbing Pre-Apprenticeship) you'll be what...

Course Overview

Where Balga
Duration

1 semester (6 months) full time

How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

Successful completion of this qualification provides you with the opportunity to gain an apprenticeship in the plumbing and gas fitting trade. You will need to be employed and registered as an apprentice before you can commence apprenticeship training.

By completing a pre-apprentice qualification graduates have an improved chance of gaining an apprenticeship.

Further study opportunities:

Apprenticeship

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

UEE22011
AA41
Are you looking for an electrical career and current skills?

When you complete the Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start)(...

Course Overview

Where Balga
Clarkson
East Perth
Midland
Duration 1 semester (6 months)
How Full-Time
Pre-Apprenticeship
When

Successful completion of this qualification provides you with the opportunity to continue with apprenticeship training. You will need to be employed and registered as an apprentice before you can commence apprenticeship training.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Apprenticeship (with appropriate employment conditions)

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Core units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Apply environmentally and sustainable procedures in the energy sector UEENEEK142A WC711
Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace UEENEEE101A S7307
Use of routine equipment/plant/technologies in an energy sector environment UEENEEE141A WC435
Carry out routine work activities in an energy sector environment UEENEEE148A WC442
Identify and select components, accessories and materials for energy sector work activities UEENEEE179A WC452
Solve problems in d.c. circuits UEENEEE104A S7309

Elective units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Work safely in the construction industry CPCCOHS1001A W9434
Use computer applications relevant to a workplace UEENEED101A WC385
Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components UEENEEE102A S7308
Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation HLTAID001 WG730
Attach cords and plugs to electrical equipment for connection to a single phase 230 Volt supply UEENEEP024A S7431
Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment UEENEEE105A S7310
Select electronic components for assembly UEENEEA102A WC375

Work Placement Coordination Modules

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
MODULE 1 (PLACEMENT ARRANGED) AW866 AW866
MODULE 1 (PLACEMENT ARRANGED) AW866 AW866
MODULE 3 (MID-POINT) AW868 AW868
MODULE 4 (COMPLETED) AW869 AW869
MODULE 3 (MID-POINT) AW868 AW868
MODULE 2 (COMMENCED) AW867 AW867
MODULE 1 (PLACEMENT ARRANGED) AW866 AW866
MODULE 2 (COMMENCED) AW867 AW867
MODULE 4 (COMPLETED) AW869 AW869
MODULE 2 (COMMENCED) AW867 AW867
MODULE 4 (COMPLETED) AW869 AW869
MODULE 4 (COMPLETED) AW869 AW869
MODULE 3 (MID-POINT) AW868 AW868
MODULE 3 (MID-POINT) AW868 AW868
MODULE 2 (COMMENCED) AW867 AW867
MODULE 1 (PLACEMENT ARRANGED) AW866 AW866

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

MSF20313
AA45
Do you want a trades career making cherished chairs and loved lounges?

When you complete the Certificate II in Furniture Making (Cabinet Making/...

Course Overview

Where Balga
Duration

1 term (10 weeks) full time

How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

Successful completion of this qualification provides you with the opportunity to become an apprentice in the furniture making industry, but you need to be registered with the The Apprenticeship Office and employed.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Certificate III in Furniture Making
Apprenticeship

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

MSF20413
AA46
Do you want a trades career with the class of glass?

When you complete the Certificate II in Glass and Glazing (Glass and Glazing Pre-...

Course Overview

Where Balga
Duration

1 semester (6 months) full time

How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

Successful completion of this qualification provides you with the opportunity to gain an apprenticeship in the Glass and Glazing trade. You will need to be employed and registered as an apprentice before you can commence apprenticeship training.

When you complete the Certificate II in Glass and Glazing (Glass and Glazing Pre-Apprenticeship) you'll be what employers are looking for as an apprentice glazier.

Further study opportunities:

Certificate III in Glass and Glazing

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

MEM20105
AA49
Are you looking for a career making and fixing all things mechanical?

When you complete the Certificate II in Engineering (Mechanical Fitter and...

Course Overview

Where Midland
Duration
How Full-Time
Vetis - Vet In Schools
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

The successful completion of this qualification provides you with the opportunity to become a trades assistant or gain an apprenticeship in the metals and engineering sector mechanical fitter or machinist metal trade area. You will need to be employed and registered as an apprentice or trainee before you can commence apprenticeship/traineeship training.

The successful completion of this qualification provides you with the opportunity to become a trades’ assistant or gain an apprenticeship in the metals and engineering sector in the mechanical fitter or machinist metal trade area. You will need to be employed and registered as an apprentice or trainee before you can commence apprenticeship/traineeship training.

Many employers and Group Employer Schemes contact North Metropolitan TAFE throughout the year with a view to offering apprenticeships to students. Graduates of the Certificate II in Engineering have a greater chance of obtaining an apprenticeship than those without this qualification, because they have the knowledge, skills and competency that employers require.

Further study opportunities:

Certificate III in Engineering apprenticeship

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

MEM20105
AA49
Are you looking for a career making and fixing all things mechanical?

When you complete the Certificate II in Engineering (Mechanical Fitter and...

Course Overview

Where Midland
Duration
How Full-Time
Vetis - Vet In Schools
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

The successful completion of this qualification provides you with the opportunity to become a trades assistant or gain an apprenticeship in the metals and engineering sector mechanical fitter or machinist metal trade area. You will need to be employed and registered as an apprentice or trainee before you can commence apprenticeship/traineeship training.

The successful completion of this qualification provides you with the opportunity to become a trades’ assistant or gain an apprenticeship in the metals and engineering sector in the mechanical fitter or machinist metal trade area. You will need to be employed and registered as an apprentice or trainee before you can commence apprenticeship/traineeship training.

Many employers and Group Employer Schemes contact North Metropolitan TAFE throughout the year with a view to offering apprenticeships to students. Graduates of the Certificate II in Engineering have a greater chance of obtaining an apprenticeship than those without this qualification, because they have the knowledge, skills and competency that employers require.

Further study opportunities:

Certificate III in Engineering apprenticeship

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

MEM20105
AA50
Are you looking for a career making heavy metal objects?

Graduates can continue their studies in a metal fabrication apprenticeship. Metal...

Course Overview

Where Clarkson
Midland
Duration

1 semester (6 months)

How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

Graduates can continue their studies in a metal fabrication apprenticeship. Metal fabricators and welders work in a diverse trade, applying a broad range of fabrication and welding skills to industries including: mechanical and civil engineering, mining resources sector, heavy haulage and road transport, agriculture machinery, construction, defence, refineries and material bulk handling. Pre-apprentices are exposed to the latest technological developments in the fabrication and welding trade, including computer controlled metal plate cutting equipment.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Certificate III in Engineering apprenticeship/traineeship

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Core units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Plan to undertake a routine task MEM14004A W5512
Apply quality systems MEM15002A W5532
Work with others in a manufacturing, engineering or related environment MEM16007A W5548
Apply quality procedures MEM15024A W5531
Apply principles of occupational health and safety in the work environment MEM13014A W5502

Elective units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Perform routine manual metal arc welding MEM05012C W5294
Plan a complete activity MEM14005A W5513
Perform engineering measurements MEM12023A W5492
Use comparison and basic measuring devices MEM12001B W5488
Interact with computing technology MEM16008A W5452
Interpret technical drawing MEM09002B W5418
Undertake manual handling MEM11011B W5466
Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices MSAENV272B D3655
Use power tools/hand held operations MEM18002B W5574
Use hand tools MEM18001C W5563
Perform manual heating and thermal cutting MEM05007C W5333

Work Placement

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
MODULE 1 (PLACEMENT ARRANGED) AW866 AW866
MODULE 1 (PLACEMENT ARRANGED) AW866 AW866
MODULE 3 (MID-POINT) AW868 AW868
MODULE 2 (COMMENCED) AW867 AW867
MODULE 3 (MID-POINT) AW868 AW868
MODULE 2 (COMMENCED) AW867 AW867
MODULE 1 (PLACEMENT ARRANGED) AW866 AW866
MODULE 1 (PLACEMENT ARRANGED) AW866 AW866
MODULE 3 (MID-POINT) AW868 AW868
MODULE 4 (COMPLETED) AW869 AW869
MODULE 3 (MID-POINT) AW868 AW868
MODULE 4 (COMPLETED) AW869 AW869
MODULE 2 (COMMENCED) AW867 AW867
MODULE 2 (COMMENCED) AW867 AW867
MODULE 4 (COMPLETED) AW869 AW869
MODULE 4 (COMPLETED) AW869 AW869

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

MEM20105
AA52

If you enjoy working with your hands, are physically fit and able to visualise how an object should look from a drawing, you may have the aptitude...

Course Overview

Where Clarkson
Duration

1 semester (6 months)

How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

An indenture is required with an employer to continue apprenticeship studies. Completing this pre-apprenticeship qualification improves your chances of gaining an apprenticeship. An on-the-job component of the qualification may also enhance employment prospects.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

As some of the off-the-job training is covered in the qualification, it is possible to achieve a Certificate III of trade studies in shorter time, providing the on-the-job competencies are met to the employer satisfaction.

Successful completion of the pre-apprenticeship qualification may exempt you from approximately one third of off-the-job apprenticeship subjects, depending on the career path you choose.

Additional subjects can be studied to add to qualifications, enhancing job prospects and employment opportunities.

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Core Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Plan to undertake a routine task MEM14004A W5512
Apply quality systems MEM15002A W5532
Work with others in a manufacturing, engineering or related environment MEM16007A W5548
Apply quality procedures MEM15024A W5531
Apply principles of occupational health and safety in the work environment MEM13014A W5502

Elective units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Perform manual heating and thermal cutting MEM05007C W5333
Interpret technical drawing MEM09002B W5418
Undertake manual handling MEM11011B W5466
Use power tools/hand held operations MEM18002B W5574
Use hand tools MEM18001C W5563
Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices MSAENV272B D3655
Use comparison and basic measuring devices MEM12001B W5488
Interact with computing technology MEM16008A W5452
Perform engineering measurements MEM12023A W5492
Perform routine manual metal arc welding MEM05012C W5294
Plan a complete activity MEM14005A W5513

Work Placement

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
MODULE 3 (MID-POINT) AW868 AW868
MODULE 2 (COMMENCED) AW867 AW867
MODULE 3 (MID-POINT) AW868 AW868
MODULE 1 (PLACEMENT ARRANGED) AW866 AW866
MODULE 1 (PLACEMENT ARRANGED) AW866 AW866
MODULE 2 (COMMENCED) AW867 AW867
MODULE 4 (COMPLETED) AW869 AW869
MODULE 4 (COMPLETED) AW869 AW869
MODULE 3 (MID-POINT) AW868 AW868
MODULE 1 (PLACEMENT ARRANGED) AW866 AW866
MODULE 1 (PLACEMENT ARRANGED) AW866 AW866
MODULE 2 (COMMENCED) AW867 AW867
MODULE 2 (COMMENCED) AW867 AW867
MODULE 4 (COMPLETED) AW869 AW869
MODULE 3 (MID-POINT) AW868 AW868
MODULE 4 (COMPLETED) AW869 AW869

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

ICT30115
AA62

When you complete the Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology you will be on the career pathway into programming, ICT support...

Course Overview

Where Northbridge Building 6
Duration
How Full-Time
When

Successful completion of this qualification provides you with the skills to operate as a help desk officer, help desk assistant, ICT user support.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

ICA40311 Certificate IV in Web-Based Technologies,
ICA40511 Certificate IV in Programming

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Module Group Core Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Install and optimise operating system software ICTICT302 AUU25
Run standard diagnostic tests ICTSAS301 AUW35
Work and communicate effectively in an ICT environment ICTICT202 AUX00
Participate effectively in WHS communication and consultation processes BSBWHS304 AUH98
Create user documentation ICTICT301 AUU24
Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices BSBSUS301 AUI33

Module Group Group A Applications Specialist Electives

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Customise packaged software applications for clients ICTICT307 AUU38
Implement system software changes ICTICT304 AUU26
USE ADVANCED FEATURES OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS ICTICT308 AUU37
IMPLEMENT SYSTEM SOFTWARE CHANGES ICTICT304 AUU26
DEVELOP MACROS AND TEMPLATES FOR CLIENTS USING STANDARD PRODUCTS ICTICT409 AUU42
Operate application software packages ICTICT203 AUU08
Develop macros and templates for clients using standard products ICTICT409 AUU42
Use advanced features of computer applications ICTICT308 AUU37

Module Group Group B Network Administration Specialist Electives

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Administer network peripherals ICTNWK304 AUP60
ADMINISTER NETWORK PERIPHERALS ICTNWK304 AUP60
INSTALL AND MANAGE NETWORK PROTOCOLS ICTNWK305 AUP59
Install and manage network protocols ICTNWK305 AUP59

Module Group Group C Support Specialist Electives

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Maintain equipment and software ICTSAS306 AUW19
CONNECT INTERNAL HARDWARE COMPONENTS ICTICT303 AUU27
Provide basic system administration ICTSAS304 AUW20
Connect internal hardware components ICTICT303 AUU27
Provide ICT advice to clients ICTSAS305 AUX02
MAINTAIN EQUIPMENT AND SOFTWARE ICTSAS306 AUW19
PROVIDE BASIC SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION ICTSAS304 AUW20
PROVIDE ICT ADVICE TO CLIENTS ICTSAS305 AUX02

Module Group Group D Web Technologies Specialist Electives

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Build simple websites using commercial programs ICTWEB302 AUX25
Review and maintain a website BSBEBU401 AUL60
Create a simple markup language document ICTWEB301 AUW82
Use social media tools for collaboration and engagement ICTWEB201 AUW83
Produce digital images for the web ICTWEB303 AUW76

Module Group Group E Multimedia Specialist Electives

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Apply simple modelling techniques ICTGAM301 AUT61
Create 3D digital animations CUFANM302A D1065
Design and apply simple textures to digital art ICTGAM302 AUT62
Review and apply the principles of animation ICTGAM303 AUT56
Create 2D digital animations CUFANM301A D1064

Module Group Group F General Electives

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Install, maintain and modify customer premises communications cabling: ACMA Restricted Rule ICTCBL2136B WI876
Install, maintain and modify customer premises communications cabling: ACMA Open Rule ICTCBL2137B WI877
Splice and terminate optical fibre cable for carriers and service providers ICTCBL2065B WI874
Install lead-in module and cable for fibre to the premises ICTBWN3090B WI866
Install optical fibre splitters in fibre distribution hubs ICTBWN3088B WI865
Perform tests on optical communication system and components ICTBWN3082B WI864
Prepare video assets CUFDIG301A D1107
Work safely with live fibre to test and commission a fibre to the x installation ICTBWN3100B WI867
Follow work health and safety and environmental policies and procedures ICTWHS2170B WI927
Apply safe technical work practices for cabling registration when configuring ADSL circuits ICTCBL2139B WI879
MIGRATE TO NEW TECHNOLOGY ICTICT306 AUU48
Migrate to new technology ICTICT306 AUU48
Evaluate characteristics of cloud computing solutions and services ICTNWK306 AUU94
Identify and use current industry specific technologies ICTICT305 AUU29
Configure and administer a network operating system ICTNWK303 AUP57
Comply with organisational requirements for protection and use of intellectual property BSBIPR301 AUM36
Apply introductory programming techniques ICTPRG301 AUV54
Incorporate video into multimedia presentations ICPDMT346 AUO95
Author interactive sequences CUFDIG302A D1108
Identify and use current virtualisation technologies ICTNWK419 AUU99
Create visual design components CUFDIG304A D1110

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

ICT30115
AA63
Are you looking for a 21st century IT career?

When you complete the Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology you will be on...

Course Overview

Where Midland
Duration
How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 2, 2016.
This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

This is a foundation course and direct job opportunities from it are limited. They would be in areas such as production assistant in a digital media environment. Most full-time students go on to further study before seeking employment.

With further study you can become a digital artist, interactive media author, media asset producer, or a web designer.

Further study opportunities:

Certificate IV in Digital Media Technologies, Certificate IV in Digital and Interactive Games, Certificate IV in Web Based Technologies

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Module Group Core Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices BSBSUS301 AUI33
Work and communicate effectively in an ICT environment ICTICT202 AUX00
Participate effectively in WHS communication and consultation processes BSBWHS304 AUH98
Run standard diagnostic tests ICTSAS301 AUW35
Create user documentation ICTICT301 AUU24
Install and optimise operating system software ICTICT302 AUU25

Module Group Group A Applications Specialist Electives

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Develop macros and templates for clients using standard products ICTICT409 AUU42
Implement system software changes ICTICT304 AUU26
Operate application software packages ICTICT203 AUU08
Use advanced features of computer applications ICTICT308 AUU37
DEVELOP MACROS AND TEMPLATES FOR CLIENTS USING STANDARD PRODUCTS ICTICT409 AUU42
Customise packaged software applications for clients ICTICT307 AUU38
IMPLEMENT SYSTEM SOFTWARE CHANGES ICTICT304 AUU26
USE ADVANCED FEATURES OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS ICTICT308 AUU37

Module Group Group B Network Administration Specialist Electives

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Provide network systems administration ICTNWK301 AUP69
Determine and action network problems ICTNWK302 AUP58
Administer network peripherals ICTNWK304 AUP60
INSTALL, CONFIGURE AND SECURE A SMALL OFFICE OR HOME OFFICE NETWORK ICTSAS307 AUW23
Install, configure and secure a small office or home office network ICTSAS307 AUW23
ADMINISTER NETWORK PERIPHERALS ICTNWK304 AUP60
PROVIDE NETWORK SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATION ICTNWK301 AUP69
INSTALL AND MANAGE NETWORK PROTOCOLS ICTNWK305 AUP59
Install and manage network protocols ICTNWK305 AUP59
DETERMINE AND ACTION NETWORK PROBLEMS ICTNWK302 AUP58

Module Group Group C Support Specialist Electives

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Maintain equipment and software ICTSAS306 AUW19
PROVIDE BASIC SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION ICTSAS304 AUW20
PROVIDE ICT ADVICE TO CLIENTS ICTSAS305 AUX02
Care for computer hardware ICTSAS303 AUW21
Connect internal hardware components ICTICT303 AUU27
MAINTAIN EQUIPMENT AND SOFTWARE ICTSAS306 AUW19
CARE FOR COMPUTER HARDWARE ICTSAS303 AUW21
Provide basic system administration ICTSAS304 AUW20
CONNECT INTERNAL HARDWARE COMPONENTS ICTICT303 AUU27
Provide ICT advice to clients ICTSAS305 AUX02

Module Group Group D Web Technologies Specialist Electives

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Use social media tools for collaboration and engagement ICTWEB201 AUW83
Build simple websites using commercial programs ICTWEB302 AUX25
Review and maintain a website BSBEBU401 AUL60
Produce digital images for the web ICTWEB303 AUW76
Create a simple markup language document ICTWEB301 AUW82

Module Group Group E Multimedia Specialist Electives

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Create 2D digital animations CUFANM301A D1064
Apply simple modelling techniques ICTGAM301 AUT61
Create 3D digital animations CUFANM302A D1065
Review and apply the principles of animation ICTGAM303 AUT56
Design and apply simple textures to digital art ICTGAM302 AUT62

Module Group Group F General Electives

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Install, maintain and modify customer premises communications cabling: ACMA Restricted Rule ICTCBL2136B WI876
Splice and terminate optical fibre cable for carriers and service providers ICTCBL2065B WI874
Install lead-in module and cable for fibre to the premises ICTBWN3090B WI866
Install, maintain and modify customer premises communications cabling: ACMA Open Rule ICTCBL2137B WI877
Apply safe technical work practices for cabling registration when configuring ADSL circuits ICTCBL2139B WI879
Follow work health and safety and environmental policies and procedures ICTWHS2170B WI927
Perform tests on optical communication system and components ICTBWN3082B WI864
Install optical fibre splitters in fibre distribution hubs ICTBWN3088B WI865
Work safely with live fibre to test and commission a fibre to the x installation ICTBWN3100B WI867
Prepare video assets CUFDIG301A D1107
Evaluate characteristics of cloud computing solutions and services ICTNWK306 AUU94
Comply with organisational requirements for protection and use of intellectual property BSBIPR301 AUM36
Migrate to new technology ICTICT306 AUU48
Identify and use current industry specific technologies ICTICT305 AUU29
Configure and administer a network operating system ICTNWK303 AUP57
Apply introductory programming techniques ICTPRG301 AUV54
MIGRATE TO NEW TECHNOLOGY ICTICT306 AUU48
Incorporate video into multimedia presentations ICPDMT346 AUO95
Author interactive sequences CUFDIG302A D1108
Identify and use current virtualisation technologies ICTNWK419 AUU99
Create visual design components CUFDIG304A D1110

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

ICT30115
AA64

This qualification provides you with the skills and knowledge to support information technology activities in the workplace across a range of ICT...

Course Overview

Where East Perth
Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
Midland
Duration

6 months full time

How Full-Time
International Students (In Australia)
Part-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

call centre officer, IT technician, PC support specialist, maintenance technician

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

ICT40415 Certificate IV in Information Technology Networking

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

GROUP 01 CORE UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices BSBSUS301 AUI33
Work and communicate effectively in an ICT environment ICTICT202 AUX00
Run standard diagnostic tests ICTSAS301 AUW35
Participate effectively in WHS communication and consultation processes BSBWHS304 AUH98
Install and optimise operating system software ICTICT302 AUU25
Create user documentation ICTICT301 AUU24

GROUP 02 ELECTIVE UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
PROVIDE ICT ADVICE TO CLIENTS ICTSAS305 AUX02
ADMINISTER NETWORK PERIPHERALS ICTNWK304 AUP60
INSTALL, CONFIGURE AND SECURE A SMALL OFFICE OR HOME OFFICE NETWORK ICTSAS307 AUW23
MAINTAIN EQUIPMENT AND SOFTWARE ICTSAS306 AUW19
PROVIDE BASIC SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION ICTSAS304 AUW20
CARE FOR COMPUTER HARDWARE ICTSAS303 AUW21
MIGRATE TO NEW TECHNOLOGY ICTICT306 AUU48
INSTALL AND MANAGE NETWORK PROTOCOLS ICTNWK305 AUP59
CONNECT INTERNAL HARDWARE COMPONENTS ICTICT303 AUU27
DETERMINE AND ACTION NETWORK PROBLEMS ICTNWK302 AUP58
PROVIDE NETWORK SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATION ICTNWK301 AUP69

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

ICT30115
AA64

This qualification provides you with the skills and knowledge to support information technology activities in the workplace across a range of ICT...

Course Overview

Where East Perth
Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
Midland
Duration

6 months full time

How Full-Time
International Students (In Australia)
Part-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

call centre officer, IT technician, PC support specialist, maintenance technician

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

ICT40415 Certificate IV in Information Technology Networking

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

GROUP 01 CORE UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices BSBSUS301 AUI33
Work and communicate effectively in an ICT environment ICTICT202 AUX00
Run standard diagnostic tests ICTSAS301 AUW35
Participate effectively in WHS communication and consultation processes BSBWHS304 AUH98
Install and optimise operating system software ICTICT302 AUU25
Create user documentation ICTICT301 AUU24

GROUP 02 ELECTIVE UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
PROVIDE ICT ADVICE TO CLIENTS ICTSAS305 AUX02
ADMINISTER NETWORK PERIPHERALS ICTNWK304 AUP60
INSTALL, CONFIGURE AND SECURE A SMALL OFFICE OR HOME OFFICE NETWORK ICTSAS307 AUW23
MAINTAIN EQUIPMENT AND SOFTWARE ICTSAS306 AUW19
PROVIDE BASIC SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION ICTSAS304 AUW20
CARE FOR COMPUTER HARDWARE ICTSAS303 AUW21
MIGRATE TO NEW TECHNOLOGY ICTICT306 AUU48
INSTALL AND MANAGE NETWORK PROTOCOLS ICTNWK305 AUP59
CONNECT INTERNAL HARDWARE COMPONENTS ICTICT303 AUU27
DETERMINE AND ACTION NETWORK PROBLEMS ICTNWK302 AUP58
PROVIDE NETWORK SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATION ICTNWK301 AUP69

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

ICT30115
AA65
Are you looking for a 21st Century Digital Media Career?

When you complete the Certificate III in Information, Digital Media And Technology (Web...

Course Overview

Where Joondalup
Northbridge Building 6
Duration

6 months (1 semester) full time

How Full-Time
Part-Time
Traineeship
When

Successful completion of this qualification provides you with the skills to operate as a help desk officer, help desk assistant, ICT user support.

You'll be looking at a career as a web developer, support/help desk officer, maintenance technician, or user support specialist.

Further study opportunities:

Certificate IV and Diploma Information Technology qualifications

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Module Group Core Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Participate effectively in WHS communication and consultation processes BSBWHS304 AUH98
Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices BSBSUS301 AUI33
Create user documentation ICTICT301 AUU24
Run standard diagnostic tests ICTSAS301 AUW35
Install and optimise operating system software ICTICT302 AUU25
Work and communicate effectively in an ICT environment ICTICT202 AUX00

Module Group Group A Applications Specialist Electives

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Operate application software packages ICTICT203 AUU08
DEVELOP MACROS AND TEMPLATES FOR CLIENTS USING STANDARD PRODUCTS ICTICT409 AUU42
IMPLEMENT SYSTEM SOFTWARE CHANGES ICTICT304 AUU26
Develop macros and templates for clients using standard products ICTICT409 AUU42
USE ADVANCED FEATURES OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS ICTICT308 AUU37
Customise packaged software applications for clients ICTICT307 AUU38
Implement system software changes ICTICT304 AUU26
Use advanced features of computer applications ICTICT308 AUU37

Module Group Group B Network Administration Specialist Electives

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
PROVIDE NETWORK SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATION ICTNWK301 AUP69
INSTALL, CONFIGURE AND SECURE A SMALL OFFICE OR HOME OFFICE NETWORK ICTSAS307 AUW23
INSTALL AND MANAGE NETWORK PROTOCOLS ICTNWK305 AUP59
Install and manage network protocols ICTNWK305 AUP59
Provide network systems administration ICTNWK301 AUP69
DETERMINE AND ACTION NETWORK PROBLEMS ICTNWK302 AUP58
ADMINISTER NETWORK PERIPHERALS ICTNWK304 AUP60
Determine and action network problems ICTNWK302 AUP58
Administer network peripherals ICTNWK304 AUP60
Install, configure and secure a small office or home office network ICTSAS307 AUW23

Module Group Group C Support Specialist Electives

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Provide ICT advice to clients ICTSAS305 AUX02
Provide basic system administration ICTSAS304 AUW20
CARE FOR COMPUTER HARDWARE ICTSAS303 AUW21
MAINTAIN EQUIPMENT AND SOFTWARE ICTSAS306 AUW19
CONNECT INTERNAL HARDWARE COMPONENTS ICTICT303 AUU27
Care for computer hardware ICTSAS303 AUW21
PROVIDE BASIC SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION ICTSAS304 AUW20
PROVIDE ICT ADVICE TO CLIENTS ICTSAS305 AUX02
Connect internal hardware components ICTICT303 AUU27
Maintain equipment and software ICTSAS306 AUW19

Module Group Group D Web Technologies Specialist Electives

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Review and maintain a website BSBEBU401 AUL60
Use social media tools for collaboration and engagement ICTWEB201 AUW83
Build simple websites using commercial programs ICTWEB302 AUX25
Produce digital images for the web ICTWEB303 AUW76
Create a simple markup language document ICTWEB301 AUW82

Module Group Group E Multimedia Specialist Electives

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Create 2D digital animations CUFANM301A D1064
Create 3D digital animations CUFANM302A D1065
Review and apply the principles of animation ICTGAM303 AUT56
Design and apply simple textures to digital art ICTGAM302 AUT62
Apply simple modelling techniques ICTGAM301 AUT61

Module Group Group F General Electives

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
MIGRATE TO NEW TECHNOLOGY ICTICT306 AUU48
Apply introductory programming techniques ICTPRG301 AUV54
Comply with organisational requirements for protection and use of intellectual property BSBIPR301 AUM36
Evaluate characteristics of cloud computing solutions and services ICTNWK306 AUU94
Identify and use current virtualisation technologies ICTNWK419 AUU99
Configure and administer a network operating system ICTNWK303 AUP57
Identify and use current industry specific technologies ICTICT305 AUU29
Migrate to new technology ICTICT306 AUU48
Incorporate video into multimedia presentations ICPDMT346 AUO95
Follow work health and safety and environmental policies and procedures ICTWHS2170B WI927
Apply safe technical work practices for cabling registration when configuring ADSL circuits ICTCBL2139B WI879
Work safely with live fibre to test and commission a fibre to the x installation ICTBWN3100B WI867
Install optical fibre splitters in fibre distribution hubs ICTBWN3088B WI865
Perform tests on optical communication system and components ICTBWN3082B WI864
Splice and terminate optical fibre cable for carriers and service providers ICTCBL2065B WI874
Install, maintain and modify customer premises communications cabling: ACMA Restricted Rule ICTCBL2136B WI876
Create visual design components CUFDIG304A D1110
Prepare video assets CUFDIG301A D1107
Install, maintain and modify customer premises communications cabling: ACMA Open Rule ICTCBL2137B WI877
Install lead-in module and cable for fibre to the premises ICTBWN3090B WI866
Author interactive sequences CUFDIG302A D1108

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

ICT30115
AA65
Are you looking for a 21st Century Digital Media Career?

When you complete the Certificate III in Information, Digital Media And Technology (Web...

Course Overview

Where Joondalup
Northbridge Building 6
Duration

6 months (1 semester) full time

How Full-Time
Part-Time
Traineeship
When

Successful completion of this qualification provides you with the skills to operate as a help desk officer, help desk assistant, ICT user support.

You'll be looking at a career as a web developer, support/help desk officer, maintenance technician, or user support specialist.

Further study opportunities:

Certificate IV and Diploma Information Technology qualifications

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Module Group Core Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Participate effectively in WHS communication and consultation processes BSBWHS304 AUH98
Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices BSBSUS301 AUI33
Create user documentation ICTICT301 AUU24
Run standard diagnostic tests ICTSAS301 AUW35
Install and optimise operating system software ICTICT302 AUU25
Work and communicate effectively in an ICT environment ICTICT202 AUX00

Module Group Group A Applications Specialist Electives

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Operate application software packages ICTICT203 AUU08
DEVELOP MACROS AND TEMPLATES FOR CLIENTS USING STANDARD PRODUCTS ICTICT409 AUU42
IMPLEMENT SYSTEM SOFTWARE CHANGES ICTICT304 AUU26
Develop macros and templates for clients using standard products ICTICT409 AUU42
USE ADVANCED FEATURES OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS ICTICT308 AUU37
Customise packaged software applications for clients ICTICT307 AUU38
Implement system software changes ICTICT304 AUU26
Use advanced features of computer applications ICTICT308 AUU37

Module Group Group B Network Administration Specialist Electives

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
PROVIDE NETWORK SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATION ICTNWK301 AUP69
INSTALL, CONFIGURE AND SECURE A SMALL OFFICE OR HOME OFFICE NETWORK ICTSAS307 AUW23
INSTALL AND MANAGE NETWORK PROTOCOLS ICTNWK305 AUP59
Install and manage network protocols ICTNWK305 AUP59
Provide network systems administration ICTNWK301 AUP69
DETERMINE AND ACTION NETWORK PROBLEMS ICTNWK302 AUP58
ADMINISTER NETWORK PERIPHERALS ICTNWK304 AUP60
Determine and action network problems ICTNWK302 AUP58
Administer network peripherals ICTNWK304 AUP60
Install, configure and secure a small office or home office network ICTSAS307 AUW23

Module Group Group C Support Specialist Electives

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Provide ICT advice to clients ICTSAS305 AUX02
Provide basic system administration ICTSAS304 AUW20
CARE FOR COMPUTER HARDWARE ICTSAS303 AUW21
MAINTAIN EQUIPMENT AND SOFTWARE ICTSAS306 AUW19
CONNECT INTERNAL HARDWARE COMPONENTS ICTICT303 AUU27
Care for computer hardware ICTSAS303 AUW21
PROVIDE BASIC SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION ICTSAS304 AUW20
PROVIDE ICT ADVICE TO CLIENTS ICTSAS305 AUX02
Connect internal hardware components ICTICT303 AUU27
Maintain equipment and software ICTSAS306 AUW19

Module Group Group D Web Technologies Specialist Electives

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Review and maintain a website BSBEBU401 AUL60
Use social media tools for collaboration and engagement ICTWEB201 AUW83
Build simple websites using commercial programs ICTWEB302 AUX25
Produce digital images for the web ICTWEB303 AUW76
Create a simple markup language document ICTWEB301 AUW82

Module Group Group E Multimedia Specialist Electives

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Create 2D digital animations CUFANM301A D1064
Create 3D digital animations CUFANM302A D1065
Review and apply the principles of animation ICTGAM303 AUT56
Design and apply simple textures to digital art ICTGAM302 AUT62
Apply simple modelling techniques ICTGAM301 AUT61

Module Group Group F General Electives

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
MIGRATE TO NEW TECHNOLOGY ICTICT306 AUU48
Apply introductory programming techniques ICTPRG301 AUV54
Comply with organisational requirements for protection and use of intellectual property BSBIPR301 AUM36
Evaluate characteristics of cloud computing solutions and services ICTNWK306 AUU94
Identify and use current virtualisation technologies ICTNWK419 AUU99
Configure and administer a network operating system ICTNWK303 AUP57
Identify and use current industry specific technologies ICTICT305 AUU29
Migrate to new technology ICTICT306 AUU48
Incorporate video into multimedia presentations ICPDMT346 AUO95
Follow work health and safety and environmental policies and procedures ICTWHS2170B WI927
Apply safe technical work practices for cabling registration when configuring ADSL circuits ICTCBL2139B WI879
Work safely with live fibre to test and commission a fibre to the x installation ICTBWN3100B WI867
Install optical fibre splitters in fibre distribution hubs ICTBWN3088B WI865
Perform tests on optical communication system and components ICTBWN3082B WI864
Splice and terminate optical fibre cable for carriers and service providers ICTCBL2065B WI874
Install, maintain and modify customer premises communications cabling: ACMA Restricted Rule ICTCBL2136B WI876
Create visual design components CUFDIG304A D1110
Prepare video assets CUFDIG301A D1107
Install, maintain and modify customer premises communications cabling: ACMA Open Rule ICTCBL2137B WI877
Install lead-in module and cable for fibre to the premises ICTBWN3090B WI866
Author interactive sequences CUFDIG302A D1108

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

CHC33015
AA66

In this course, you will learn how to provide direct care to clients who are unable to care for themselves due to ill health or disability in a...

Course Overview

Where Mount Lawley
Duration

1 semester (6 months) full time (may take up to twelve months depending on method of study)

How Full-Time
Part-Time
Traineeship
Work-Based
When

Your Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing) prepares you for roles such as:
Personal care worker, community worker, aged care worker

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Certificate IV in Ageing Support

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

GROUP 01 CORE UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
COMMUNICATE AND WORK IN HEALTH OR COMMUNITY SERVICES CHCCOM005 AVC29
COMMUNICATE AND WORK IN HEALTH OR COMMUNITY SERVICES CHCCOM005 AVC29
WORK WITH DIVERSE PEOPLE CHCDIV001 AVC09
WORK WITH DIVERSE PEOPLE CHCDIV001 AVC09
COMMUNICATE AND WORK IN HEALTH OR COMMUNITY SERVICES CHCCOM005 AVC29
RECOGNISE HEALTHY BODY SYSTEMS HLTAAP001 AVB19
RECOGNISE HEALTHY BODY SYSTEMS HLTAAP001 AVB19
PROVIDE INDIVIDUALISED SUPPORT CHCCCS015 AVC63
PROVIDE INDIVIDUALISED SUPPORT CHCCCS015 AVC63
RECOGNISE HEALTHY BODY SYSTEMS HLTAAP001 AVB19
WORK WITH DIVERSE PEOPLE CHCDIV001 AVC09
COMMUNICATE AND WORK IN HEALTH OR COMMUNITY SERVICES CHCCOM005 AVC29
WORK WITH DIVERSE PEOPLE CHCDIV001 AVC09
PROVIDE INDIVIDUALISED SUPPORT CHCCCS015 AVC63
SUPPORT INDEPENDENCE AND WELLBEING CHCCCS023 AVC53
FOLLOW SAFE WORK PRACTICES FOR DIRECT CLIENT CARE HLTWHS002 WG739
RECOGNISE HEALTHY BODY SYSTEMS HLTAAP001 AVB19
SUPPORT INDEPENDENCE AND WELLBEING CHCCCS023 AVC53
SUPPORT INDEPENDENCE AND WELLBEING CHCCCS023 AVC53
PROVIDE INDIVIDUALISED SUPPORT CHCCCS015 AVC63
WORK LEGALLY AND ETHICALLY CHCLEG001 AVB82
SUPPORT INDEPENDENCE AND WELLBEING CHCCCS023 AVC53
WORK LEGALLY AND ETHICALLY CHCLEG001 AVB82
WORK LEGALLY AND ETHICALLY CHCLEG001 AVB82
WORK LEGALLY AND ETHICALLY CHCLEG001 AVB82

GROUP 02 ELECTIVE UNITS--AGEING SPECIALISATION

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
FACILITATE THE EMPOWERMENT OF OLDER PEOPLE CHCAGE001 AVC91
MEET PERSONAL SUPPORT NEEDS CHCCCS011 AVC66
PROVIDE SUPPORT TO PEOPLE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA CHCAGE005 AVC87
FACILITATE THE EMPOWERMENT OF OLDER PEOPLE CHCAGE001 AVC91
PROVIDE SUPPORT TO PEOPLE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA CHCAGE005 AVC87
MEET PERSONAL SUPPORT NEEDS CHCCCS011 AVC66
PROVIDE SUPPORT TO PEOPLE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA CHCAGE005 AVC87
PROVIDE SUPPORT TO PEOPLE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA CHCAGE005 AVC87
FACILITATE THE EMPOWERMENT OF OLDER PEOPLE CHCAGE001 AVC91
FACILITATE THE EMPOWERMENT OF OLDER PEOPLE CHCAGE001 AVC91
MEET PERSONAL SUPPORT NEEDS CHCCCS011 AVC66
MEET PERSONAL SUPPORT NEEDS CHCCCS011 AVC66

GROUP 03 ELECTIVE UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
PROVIDE OR ASSIST WITH ORAL HYGIENE HLTOHC004 AVA11
PROVIDE OR ASSIST WITH ORAL HYGIENE HLTOHC004 AVA11
Provide first aid HLTAID003 WG732
PROVIDE OR ASSIST WITH ORAL HYGIENE HLTOHC004 AVA11
DELIVER CARE SERVICES USING A PALLIATIVE APPROACH CHCPAL001 AVB56
DELIVER CARE SERVICES USING A PALLIATIVE APPROACH CHCPAL001 AVB56
DELIVER CARE SERVICES USING A PALLIATIVE APPROACH CHCPAL001 AVB56
DELIVER CARE SERVICES USING A PALLIATIVE APPROACH CHCPAL001 AVB56
PROVIDE OR ASSIST WITH ORAL HYGIENE HLTOHC004 AVA11

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

CHC33015
AA67

This course will give you the ability to enhance your lifestyle, independence and empowerment and encourage you to participate in community...

Course Overview

Where Leederville
Duration

1-2 semesters (6-12 months)

How Full-Time
Work-Based
When

The Certificate III in Individual Support (Disability) prepares you for roles such as direct care worker.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Certificate IV in Disability

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

GROUP 01 CORE UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
COMMUNICATE AND WORK IN HEALTH OR COMMUNITY SERVICES CHCCOM005 AVC29
COMMUNICATE AND WORK IN HEALTH OR COMMUNITY SERVICES CHCCOM005 AVC29
WORK WITH DIVERSE PEOPLE CHCDIV001 AVC09
WORK WITH DIVERSE PEOPLE CHCDIV001 AVC09
COMMUNICATE AND WORK IN HEALTH OR COMMUNITY SERVICES CHCCOM005 AVC29
RECOGNISE HEALTHY BODY SYSTEMS HLTAAP001 AVB19
RECOGNISE HEALTHY BODY SYSTEMS HLTAAP001 AVB19
PROVIDE INDIVIDUALISED SUPPORT CHCCCS015 AVC63
PROVIDE INDIVIDUALISED SUPPORT CHCCCS015 AVC63
RECOGNISE HEALTHY BODY SYSTEMS HLTAAP001 AVB19
WORK WITH DIVERSE PEOPLE CHCDIV001 AVC09
COMMUNICATE AND WORK IN HEALTH OR COMMUNITY SERVICES CHCCOM005 AVC29
WORK WITH DIVERSE PEOPLE CHCDIV001 AVC09
PROVIDE INDIVIDUALISED SUPPORT CHCCCS015 AVC63
SUPPORT INDEPENDENCE AND WELLBEING CHCCCS023 AVC53
PROVIDE INDIVIDUALISED SUPPORT CHCCCS015 AVC63
RECOGNISE HEALTHY BODY SYSTEMS HLTAAP001 AVB19
SUPPORT INDEPENDENCE AND WELLBEING CHCCCS023 AVC53
SUPPORT INDEPENDENCE AND WELLBEING CHCCCS023 AVC53
FOLLOW SAFE WORK PRACTICES FOR DIRECT CLIENT CARE HLTWHS002 WG739
SUPPORT INDEPENDENCE AND WELLBEING CHCCCS023 AVC53
WORK LEGALLY AND ETHICALLY CHCLEG001 AVB82
WORK LEGALLY AND ETHICALLY CHCLEG001 AVB82
WORK LEGALLY AND ETHICALLY CHCLEG001 AVB82
WORK LEGALLY AND ETHICALLY CHCLEG001 AVB82

GROUP 02 ELECTIVE UNITS -- DISABILITY SPECIALISATION

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
SUPPORT COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION AND SOCIAL INCLUSION CHCDIS003 AVC17
SUPPORT COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION AND SOCIAL INCLUSION CHCDIS003 AVC17
Provide first aid HLTAID003 WG732
CONTRIBUTE TO ONGOING SKILLS DEVELOPMENT USING A STRENGTHS-BASED APPROACH CHCDIS001 AVC19
CONTRIBUTE TO ONGOING SKILLS DEVELOPMENT USING A STRENGTHS-BASED APPROACH CHCDIS001 AVC19
FOLLOW ESTABLISHED PERSON-CENTRED BEHAVIOUR SUPPORTS CHCDIS002 AVC18
MEET PERSONAL SUPPORT NEEDS CHCCCS011 AVC66
MEET PERSONAL SUPPORT NEEDS CHCCCS011 AVC66
MEET PERSONAL SUPPORT NEEDS CHCCCS011 AVC66
FOLLOW ESTABLISHED PERSON-CENTRED BEHAVIOUR SUPPORTS CHCDIS002 AVC18
FOLLOW ESTABLISHED PERSON-CENTRED BEHAVIOUR SUPPORTS CHCDIS002 AVC18
FACILITATE THE EMPOWERMENT OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITY CHCDIS007 AVC13
FACILITATE THE EMPOWERMENT OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITY CHCDIS007 AVC13
FACILITATE THE EMPOWERMENT OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITY CHCDIS007 AVC13
FACILITATE THE EMPOWERMENT OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITY CHCDIS007 AVC13
FOLLOW ESTABLISHED PERSON-CENTRED BEHAVIOUR SUPPORTS CHCDIS002 AVC18
CONTRIBUTE TO ONGOING SKILLS DEVELOPMENT USING A STRENGTHS-BASED APPROACH CHCDIS001 AVC19
SUPPORT COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION AND SOCIAL INCLUSION CHCDIS003 AVC17
SUPPORT COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION AND SOCIAL INCLUSION CHCDIS003 AVC17
CONTRIBUTE TO ONGOING SKILLS DEVELOPMENT USING A STRENGTHS-BASED APPROACH CHCDIS001 AVC19
MEET PERSONAL SUPPORT NEEDS CHCCCS011 AVC66

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

CHC33015
AA68

In this course, you will learn how to provide direct care to clients who are unable to care for themselves due to ill health or disability in a...

Course Overview

Where Leederville
Duration

1-2 semesters (6-12 months)

How Work-Based
When

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

 

HLT33115
AA72

The Certificate III in Health Services Assistance (Acute Care) will give you the opportunity to work in a variety of health care environments...

Course Overview

Where Joondalup (McLarty Avenue)
Mount Lawley
Duration

1 semester (6 months) full time

How Apprenticeship
Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

Successful completion of this qualification provides the opportunity to become a personal care assistant in a hospital or aged care setting.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Further study options would be the Certificate IV in Preparation to Nursing Education

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

GROUP 01 CORE UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
RECOGNISE HEALTHY BODY SYSTEMS HLTAAP001 AVB19
COMMUNICATE AND WORK IN HEALTH OR COMMUNITY SERVICES CHCCOM005 AVC29
COMMUNICATE AND WORK IN HEALTH OR COMMUNITY SERVICES CHCCOM005 AVC29
COMPLY WITH INFECTION PREVENTION AND CONTROL POLICIES AND PROCEDURES HLTINF001 AVA32
COMPLY WITH INFECTION PREVENTION AND CONTROL POLICIES AND PROCEDURES HLTINF001 AVA32
RECOGNISE HEALTHY BODY SYSTEMS HLTAAP001 AVB19
WORK WITH DIVERSE PEOPLE CHCDIV001 AVC09
WORK WITH DIVERSE PEOPLE CHCDIV001 AVC09
WORK WITH DIVERSE PEOPLE CHCDIV001 AVC09
RECOGNISE HEALTHY BODY SYSTEMS HLTAAP001 AVB19
COMPLY WITH INFECTION PREVENTION AND CONTROL POLICIES AND PROCEDURES HLTINF001 AVA32
COMPLY WITH INFECTION PREVENTION AND CONTROL POLICIES AND PROCEDURES HLTINF001 AVA32
WORK WITH DIVERSE PEOPLE CHCDIV001 AVC09
RECOGNISE HEALTHY BODY SYSTEMS HLTAAP001 AVB19
COMMUNICATE AND WORK IN HEALTH OR COMMUNITY SERVICES CHCCOM005 AVC29
INTERPRET AND APPLY MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY APPROPRIATELY BSBMED301 AUK35
Organise personal work priorities and development BSBWOR301 AUJ68
COMMUNICATE AND WORK IN HEALTH OR COMMUNITY SERVICES CHCCOM005 AVC29
Participate in workplace health and safety HLTWHS001 WG738

GROUP 02 ELECTIVE UNITS ACUTE CARE

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
TRANSPORT INDIVIDUALS CHCCCS026 AVC51
ASSIST WITH NURSING CARE IN AN ACUTE CARE ENVIRONMENT HLTAIN001 AVA84
ASSIST WITH NURSING CARE IN AN ACUTE CARE ENVIRONMENT HLTAIN001 AVA84
PROVIDE NON-CLIENT CONTACT SUPPORT IN AN ACUTE CARE ENVIRONMENT HLTAIN002 AVA85
ASSIST WITH MOVEMENT CHCCCS002 AVC75
TRANSPORT INDIVIDUALS CHCCCS026 AVC51
ASSIST WITH MOVEMENT CHCCCS002 AVC75
RESPOND EFFECTIVELY TO BEHAVIOURS OF CONCERN CHCCCS020 AVC57
RESPOND EFFECTIVELY TO BEHAVIOURS OF CONCERN CHCCCS020 AVC57
PROVIDE NON-CLIENT CONTACT SUPPORT IN AN ACUTE CARE ENVIRONMENT HLTAIN002 AVA85
ASSIST WITH MOVEMENT CHCCCS002 AVC75
RESPOND EFFECTIVELY TO BEHAVIOURS OF CONCERN CHCCCS020 AVC57
ASSIST WITH NURSING CARE IN AN ACUTE CARE ENVIRONMENT HLTAIN001 AVA84
TRANSPORT INDIVIDUALS CHCCCS026 AVC51
RESPOND EFFECTIVELY TO BEHAVIOURS OF CONCERN CHCCCS020 AVC57
ASSIST WITH NURSING CARE IN AN ACUTE CARE ENVIRONMENT HLTAIN001 AVA84
TRANSPORT INDIVIDUALS CHCCCS026 AVC51
PROVIDE NON-CLIENT CONTACT SUPPORT IN AN ACUTE CARE ENVIRONMENT HLTAIN002 AVA85
ASSIST WITH MOVEMENT CHCCCS002 AVC75
PROVIDE NON-CLIENT CONTACT SUPPORT IN AN ACUTE CARE ENVIRONMENT HLTAIN002 AVA85

GROUP 03 ELECTIVE UNITS

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
PROVIDE SUPPORT TO PEOPLE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA CHCAGE005 AVC87
MEET PERSONAL SUPPORT NEEDS CHCCCS011 AVC66
PROVIDE SUPPORT TO PEOPLE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA CHCAGE005 AVC87
PROVIDE INDIVIDUALISED SUPPORT CHCCCS015 AVC63
MEET PERSONAL SUPPORT NEEDS CHCCCS011 AVC66
PROVIDE INDIVIDUALISED SUPPORT CHCCCS015 AVC63
PROVIDE INDIVIDUALISED SUPPORT CHCCCS015 AVC63
PROVIDE INDIVIDUALISED SUPPORT CHCCCS015 AVC63
MEET PERSONAL SUPPORT NEEDS CHCCCS011 AVC66
MEET PERSONAL SUPPORT NEEDS CHCCCS011 AVC66
PROVIDE SUPPORT TO PEOPLE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA CHCAGE005 AVC87
PROVIDE SUPPORT TO PEOPLE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA CHCAGE005 AVC87

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

 

CUA50815
AA73

The Diploma of Music provides you with instrumental/vocal technique and performance skills, music literacy and aural training and music analysis....

Course Overview

Where Leederville
Duration
How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

Successful completion of this qualification provides you with the opportunity to become a musician or a music soloist.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Advanced Diploma of Music

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

North Metropolitan TAFE is committed to ensuring that all international students have an enjoyable experience studying in Australia. Students are supported by a dedicated International Centre team who provide personal counselling, course advice, student support and many other services.

Fees, applications and enrolments for International Students are different to those for local students. International students must be enrolled in full time study on campus. For more information about courses, enrolment and course fees for international students:

TAFE International Western Australia,
Department of Training and Workforce Development - Customer Service Centre
Level 7, 3 Forrest Place, Perth WA 6000
Tel: +61 8 9218 2100
Fax: +61 8 9218 2160
Email: study.tiwa@dtwd.wa.gov.au
Web: www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au

or

International Centre
North Metropolitan TAFE
30 Aberdeen Street, Northbridge, Western Australia, 6003
Tel: +61 8 94271873
Fax: +61 8 9427 1992
Email: internationalstudy@nmtafe.wa.edu.au
Web: northmetrotafe.wa.edu.au

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
Completion of WACE General or ATAR (Minimum C Grades) or equivalent Completion of WACE General or ATAR or equivalent (minimum C Grades) Certificate III

 

CUA50815
AA74

Advance your skills in the areas of studio recording and maintenance, live sound, music technology and repairing/maintaining equipment and have...

Course Overview

Where Leederville
Duration

One year full time.

How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

Successful completion of this qualification provides the opportunities to access traineeships within active industry bodies, music industry positions which include live sound production, studio operator, relevant radio positions, jingle production, relevant film and television positions, retail, online music development, post production, audio restoration and archiving.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Advanced Diploma of Sound Production

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

North Metropolitan TAFE is committed to ensuring that all international students have an enjoyable experience studying in Australia. Students are supported by a dedicated International Centre team who provide personal counselling, course advice, student support and many other services.

Fees, applications and enrolments for International Students are different to those for local students. International students must be enrolled in full time study on campus. For more information about courses, enrolment and course fees for international students:

TAFE International Western Australia,
Department of Training and Workforce Development - Customer Service Centre
Level 7, 3 Forrest Place, Perth WA 6000
Tel: +61 8 9218 2100
Fax: +61 8 9218 2160
Email: study.tiwa@dtwd.wa.gov.au
Web: www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au

or

International Centre
North Metropolitan TAFE
30 Aberdeen Street, Northbridge, Western Australia, 6003
Tel: +61 8 94271873
Fax: +61 8 9427 1992
Email: internationalstudy@nmtafe.wa.edu.au
Web: northmetrotafe.wa.edu.au

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
Completion of WACE General or ATAR (Minimum C Grades) or equivalent Completion of WACE General or ATAR or equivalent (minimum C Grades) Certificate III

 

CUA50815
AA75

Would you like to work in the music industry as either an employee or in your own business? Learn how to promote events and manage artists.
...

Course Overview

Where Leederville
Duration

One year full time.

How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

Successful completion of this qualification provides you with the opportunity to: traineeships or internships within Industry bodies; music industry positions such as retail, production management, artist/event management and career opportunities in retail, administration, media, communication, research, team work etc.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Advanced Diploma of Music Business

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

North Metropolitan TAFE is committed to ensuring that all international students have an enjoyable experience studying in Australia. Students are supported by a dedicated International Centre team who provide personal counselling, course advice, student support and many other services.

Fees, applications and enrolments for International Students are different to those for local students. International students must be enrolled in full time study on campus. For more information about courses, enrolment and course fees for international students:

TAFE International Western Australia,
Department of Training and Workforce Development - Customer Service Centre
Level 7, 3 Forrest Place, Perth WA 6000
Tel: +61 8 9218 2100
Fax: +61 8 9218 2160
Email: study.tiwa@dtwd.wa.gov.au
Web: www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au

or

International Centre
North Metropolitan TAFE
30 Aberdeen Street, Northbridge, Western Australia, 6003
Tel: +61 8 94271873
Fax: +61 8 9427 1992
Email: internationalstudy@nmtafe.wa.edu.au
Web: northmetrotafe.wa.edu.au

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
Completion of WACE General or ATAR (Minimum C Grades) or equivalent Completion of WACE General or ATAR or equivalent (minimum C Grades) Certificate III

 

CUA51015
AA76

The need for creative and qualified thinkers in the film and television industry is growing and like our previous graduates, your Diploma from...

Course Overview

Where Northbridge Building 6
Duration

One year full time.

How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

Successful completion of this qualification provides the opportunity to become an editor, director of photography, producer, or production manager.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media
University

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Module Group Core Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
ORIGINATE AND DEVELOP CONCEPTS BSBCRT501 AUI70
Originate and develop concepts BSBCRT501 AUI70

Module Group Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Collaborate in a creative process BSBCRT402 AUK85
Critically analyse the style and structure of screen and TV productions AW700
Critically analyse the style and structure of screen and TV productions MEDSCS504A AW700
Adopt an innovative approach to creating production elements CUAINN501 WI126
Undertake project work BSBPMG522 AUI91
Articulate, present and debate ideas BSBCRT401 AUM24

North Metropolitan TAFE is committed to ensuring that all international students have an enjoyable experience studying in Australia. Students are supported by a dedicated International Centre team who provide personal counselling, course advice, student support and many other services.

Fees, applications and enrolments for International Students are different to those for local students. International students must be enrolled in full time study on campus. For more information about courses, enrolment and course fees for international students:

TAFE International Western Australia,
Department of Training and Workforce Development - Customer Service Centre
Level 7, 3 Forrest Place, Perth WA 6000
Tel: +61 8 9218 2100
Fax: +61 8 9218 2160
Email: study.tiwa@dtwd.wa.gov.au
Web: www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au

or

International Centre
North Metropolitan TAFE
30 Aberdeen Street, Northbridge, Western Australia, 6003
Tel: +61 8 94271873
Fax: +61 8 9427 1992
Email: internationalstudy@nmtafe.wa.edu.au
Web: northmetrotafe.wa.edu.au

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
Completion of WACE General or ATAR (Minimum C Grades) or equivalent Completion of WACE General or ATAR or equivalent (minimum C Grades) Certificate III

 

CUA60615
AA77

This Advanced Diploma course will equip you with the skills and knowledge necessary to work within the film and television industry. It also gives...

Course Overview

Where Northbridge Building 6
Duration

One year full time.

How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

Successful completion of this qualification provides you with the opportunity to become an Executive Producer, Games Developer or Producer/Director/Screen Writer.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

University

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF

 

CUA60515
AA81

Achieve high level skills in the live sound, film and studio production areas of the music industry with this Advanced Diploma qualification....

Course Overview

Where Leederville
Duration

One year after completion of relevant Diploma course.

How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Module Group Core Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
MANAGE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY TO PROTECT AND GROW BUSINESS BSBIPR501 AUI50
Manage intellectual property to protect and grow business BSBIPR501 AUI50

Module Group Group B Sound Production Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Manage audio system control networks CUASOU403 WI210

Module Group Other Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Mix live audio CUASOU401 WI208

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

 

CUA31015
AA86

You'll gain the practical skills and knowledge you need to take on a range of skilled operations in the radio industry.

Successful...

Course Overview

Where Leederville
Duration
How Full-Time
International Students (In Australia)
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

 

CUA31015
AA87

This qualification will provide you with the practical skills and knowledge in occupational health and safety, industry knowledge and creative...

Course Overview

Where East Perth
Duration

Six months full time.

How Full-Time
International Students (In Australia)
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Module Group Core Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
DEVELOP AND EXTEND CRITICAL AND CREATIVE THINKING SKILLS BSBCRT301 AUL43
Develop and extend critical and creative thinking skills BSBCRT301 AUL43
Contribute to health and safety of self and others BSBWHS201 AUL95
Work effectively in the creative arts industry CUAIND301 WI122

Module Group Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Apply simple modelling techniques ICTGAM301 AUT61

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

 

CUA41215
AA89

 

Course Overview

Where East Perth
Duration
How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Module Group Core Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Articulate, present and debate ideas BSBCRT401 AUM24
Investigate micro business opportunities BSBSMB301 AUI99

Module Group Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Apply simple modelling techniques ICTGAM301 AUT61
Design and apply simple textures to digital art ICTGAM302 AUT62

North Metropolitan TAFE is committed to ensuring that all international students have an enjoyable experience studying in Australia. Students are supported by a dedicated International Centre team who provide personal counselling, course advice, student support and many other services.

Fees, applications and enrolments for International Students are different to those for local students. International students must be enrolled in full time study on campus. For more information about courses, enrolment and course fees for international students:

TAFE International Western Australia,
Department of Training and Workforce Development - Customer Service Centre
Level 7, 3 Forrest Place, Perth WA 6000
Tel: +61 8 9218 2100
Fax: +61 8 9218 2160
Email: study.tiwa@dtwd.wa.gov.au
Web: www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au

or

International Centre
North Metropolitan TAFE
30 Aberdeen Street, Northbridge, Western Australia, 6003
Tel: +61 8 94271873
Fax: +61 8 9427 1992
Email: internationalstudy@nmtafe.wa.edu.au
Web: northmetrotafe.wa.edu.au

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

 

CUA51015
AA90

Through this course you'll gain a range of skills in designing and producing digital art, animation and games and will be engaged in real life...

Course Overview

Where East Perth
Duration

One year full time.

How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Module Group Core Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
ORIGINATE AND DEVELOP CONCEPTS BSBCRT501 AUI70
Originate and develop concepts BSBCRT501 AUI70

Module Group Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Incorporate and edit digital video ICTDMT501 AUT55
Develop and extend design skills and practice BSBDES403 AUL36
Design and create 3-D digital models ICTGAM413 AUT80
Implement design solutions BSBDES501 AUK32

North Metropolitan TAFE is committed to ensuring that all international students have an enjoyable experience studying in Australia. Students are supported by a dedicated International Centre team who provide personal counselling, course advice, student support and many other services.

Fees, applications and enrolments for International Students are different to those for local students. International students must be enrolled in full time study on campus. For more information about courses, enrolment and course fees for international students:

TAFE International Western Australia,
Department of Training and Workforce Development - Customer Service Centre
Level 7, 3 Forrest Place, Perth WA 6000
Tel: +61 8 9218 2100
Fax: +61 8 9218 2160
Email: study.tiwa@dtwd.wa.gov.au
Web: www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au

or

International Centre
North Metropolitan TAFE
30 Aberdeen Street, Northbridge, Western Australia, 6003
Tel: +61 8 94271873
Fax: +61 8 9427 1992
Email: internationalstudy@nmtafe.wa.edu.au
Web: northmetrotafe.wa.edu.au

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

 

CUA60615
AA91

 

Course Overview

Where Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
Duration
How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

North Metropolitan TAFE is committed to ensuring that all international students have an enjoyable experience studying in Australia. Students are supported by a dedicated International Centre team who provide personal counselling, course advice, student support and many other services.

Fees, applications and enrolments for International Students are different to those for local students. International students must be enrolled in full time study on campus. For more information about courses, enrolment and course fees for international students:

TAFE International Western Australia,
Department of Training and Workforce Development - Customer Service Centre
Level 7, 3 Forrest Place, Perth WA 6000
Tel: +61 8 9218 2100
Fax: +61 8 9218 2160
Email: study.tiwa@dtwd.wa.gov.au
Web: www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au

or

International Centre
North Metropolitan TAFE
30 Aberdeen Street, Northbridge, Western Australia, 6003
Tel: +61 8 94271873
Fax: +61 8 9427 1992
Email: internationalstudy@nmtafe.wa.edu.au
Web: northmetrotafe.wa.edu.au

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

 

CUA60615
AA92

Qualified technical television experts are keenly sought after in Australia and overseas.
They work behind the scenes on the complex...

Course Overview

Where Northbridge Building 6
Duration

One year full time after completion of relevant Diploma course.

How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

 

CUA60615
AA93

Radio is an exciting, dynamic industry, filled with passionate, articulate people. This courses provides you with all the skills to land your...

Course Overview

Where Leederville
Duration

One year full time.

How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

North Metropolitan TAFE is committed to ensuring that all international students have an enjoyable experience studying in Australia. Students are supported by a dedicated International Centre team who provide personal counselling, course advice, student support and many other services.

Fees, applications and enrolments for International Students are different to those for local students. International students must be enrolled in full time study on campus. For more information about courses, enrolment and course fees for international students:

TAFE International Western Australia,
Department of Training and Workforce Development - Customer Service Centre
Level 7, 3 Forrest Place, Perth WA 6000
Tel: +61 8 9218 2100
Fax: +61 8 9218 2160
Email: study.tiwa@dtwd.wa.gov.au
Web: www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au

or

International Centre
North Metropolitan TAFE
30 Aberdeen Street, Northbridge, Western Australia, 6003
Tel: +61 8 94271873
Fax: +61 8 9427 1992
Email: internationalstudy@nmtafe.wa.edu.au
Web: northmetrotafe.wa.edu.au

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

 

CUA51015
AA94

Radio is an exciting, dynamic industry, filled with passionate, articulate people. This course will give you the skills to produce or present on...

Course Overview

Where Leederville
Duration

One year full time.

How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Module Group Core Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
ORIGINATE AND DEVELOP CONCEPTS BSBCRT501 AUI70
Originate and develop concepts BSBCRT501 AUI70

Module Group Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Lead and manage team effectiveness BSBWOR502 AUH47
Collaborate in a creative process BSBCRT402 AUK85
Undertake project work BSBPMG522 AUI91
Establish networks BSBREL401 AUL56
Make a presentation BSBCMM401 AUI59

North Metropolitan TAFE is committed to ensuring that all international students have an enjoyable experience studying in Australia. Students are supported by a dedicated International Centre team who provide personal counselling, course advice, student support and many other services.

Fees, applications and enrolments for International Students are different to those for local students. International students must be enrolled in full time study on campus. For more information about courses, enrolment and course fees for international students:

TAFE International Western Australia,
Department of Training and Workforce Development - Customer Service Centre
Level 7, 3 Forrest Place, Perth WA 6000
Tel: +61 8 9218 2100
Fax: +61 8 9218 2160
Email: study.tiwa@dtwd.wa.gov.au
Web: www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au

or

International Centre
North Metropolitan TAFE
30 Aberdeen Street, Northbridge, Western Australia, 6003
Tel: +61 8 94271873
Fax: +61 8 9427 1992
Email: internationalstudy@nmtafe.wa.edu.au
Web: northmetrotafe.wa.edu.au

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

 

CUA51015
AA95

This qualification will provide you with the practical skills and sound theoretical knowledge base to use a range of specialised, technical or...

Course Overview

Where Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
Duration
How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Module Group Core Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
ORIGINATE AND DEVELOP CONCEPTS BSBCRT501 AUI70
Originate and develop concepts BSBCRT501 AUI70

Module Group Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Interpret and respond to a design brief BSBDES402 AUH07
Incorporate and edit digital video ICTDMT501 AUT55
Implement design solutions BSBDES501 AUK32
Design and create models for a 3-D and digital effects environment ICTGAM514 AUT95
Complete compositing to create elements for the 3-D and digital effects environment ICTGAM531 AUU01

North Metropolitan TAFE is committed to ensuring that all international students have an enjoyable experience studying in Australia. Students are supported by a dedicated International Centre team who provide personal counselling, course advice, student support and many other services.

Fees, applications and enrolments for International Students are different to those for local students. International students must be enrolled in full time study on campus. For more information about courses, enrolment and course fees for international students:

TAFE International Western Australia,
Department of Training and Workforce Development - Customer Service Centre
Level 7, 3 Forrest Place, Perth WA 6000
Tel: +61 8 9218 2100
Fax: +61 8 9218 2160
Email: study.tiwa@dtwd.wa.gov.au
Web: www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au

or

International Centre
North Metropolitan TAFE
30 Aberdeen Street, Northbridge, Western Australia, 6003
Tel: +61 8 94271873
Fax: +61 8 9427 1992
Email: internationalstudy@nmtafe.wa.edu.au
Web: northmetrotafe.wa.edu.au

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

 

CUA60515
AA96

 

Course Overview

Where Leederville
Duration
How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

 

CUA41215
AA97

 

Course Overview

Where Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
Duration
How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Module Group Core Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Articulate, present and debate ideas BSBCRT401 AUM24
Investigate micro business opportunities BSBSMB301 AUI99

Module Group Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Complete digital editing for the 3-D and digital effects environment ICTGAM522 AUT92
Contribute to copyright, ethics and privacy in an ICT environment ICTICT418 AUU49

North Metropolitan TAFE is committed to ensuring that all international students have an enjoyable experience studying in Australia. Students are supported by a dedicated International Centre team who provide personal counselling, course advice, student support and many other services.

Fees, applications and enrolments for International Students are different to those for local students. International students must be enrolled in full time study on campus. For more information about courses, enrolment and course fees for international students:

TAFE International Western Australia,
Department of Training and Workforce Development - Customer Service Centre
Level 7, 3 Forrest Place, Perth WA 6000
Tel: +61 8 9218 2100
Fax: +61 8 9218 2160
Email: study.tiwa@dtwd.wa.gov.au
Web: www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au

or

International Centre
North Metropolitan TAFE
30 Aberdeen Street, Northbridge, Western Australia, 6003
Tel: +61 8 94271873
Fax: +61 8 9427 1992
Email: internationalstudy@nmtafe.wa.edu.au
Web: northmetrotafe.wa.edu.au

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

 

CUA60615
AA99

The Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media (Animation) course provides you with practical skills and knowledge to create your own animated films/...

Course Overview

Where East Perth
Duration

One year (2 semesters) full time after completion of a relevant Diploma (eg either Diploma of Graphic Design, Diploma of Screen and Media (Animation & Games Design) or equivalent).

How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

North Metropolitan TAFE is committed to ensuring that all international students have an enjoyable experience studying in Australia. Students are supported by a dedicated International Centre team who provide personal counselling, course advice, student support and many other services.

Fees, applications and enrolments for International Students are different to those for local students. International students must be enrolled in full time study on campus. For more information about courses, enrolment and course fees for international students:

TAFE International Western Australia,
Department of Training and Workforce Development - Customer Service Centre
Level 7, 3 Forrest Place, Perth WA 6000
Tel: +61 8 9218 2100
Fax: +61 8 9218 2160
Email: study.tiwa@dtwd.wa.gov.au
Web: www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au

or

International Centre
North Metropolitan TAFE
30 Aberdeen Street, Northbridge, Western Australia, 6003
Tel: +61 8 94271873
Fax: +61 8 9427 1992
Email: internationalstudy@nmtafe.wa.edu.au
Web: northmetrotafe.wa.edu.au

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

 

CUA31015
AB00

Through this course, you will learn to develop and extend critical and creative thinking skills and work effectively in the screen and media...

Course Overview

Where Northbridge Building 6
Duration
How Full-Time
International Students (In Australia)
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Module Group Core Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Contribute to health and safety of self and others BSBWHS201 AUL95
DEVELOP AND EXTEND CRITICAL AND CREATIVE THINKING SKILLS BSBCRT301 AUL43
Work effectively in the creative arts industry CUAIND301 WI122
Develop and extend critical and creative thinking skills BSBCRT301 AUL43

Module Group Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Develop basic lighting skills and knowledge CUALGT201 WI127
Evaluate the nature of design in a specific industry context BSBDES202 AUJ72

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

 

CUA40715
AB15

If you're creative and tech savvy then a career in graphic design could be just what you're looking for.

Begin developing your portfolio...

Course Overview

Where Northbridge Building 6
Duration

1 year (2 semesters) full time.

How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

graphic design assistant

Further study opportunities:

CUA50715 Diploma of Graphic Design

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

North Metropolitan TAFE is committed to ensuring that all international students have an enjoyable experience studying in Australia. Students are supported by a dedicated International Centre team who provide personal counselling, course advice, student support and many other services.

Fees, applications and enrolments for International Students are different to those for local students. International students must be enrolled in full time study on campus. For more information about courses, enrolment and course fees for international students:

TAFE International Western Australia,
Department of Training and Workforce Development - Customer Service Centre
Level 7, 3 Forrest Place, Perth WA 6000
Tel: +61 8 9218 2100
Fax: +61 8 9218 2160
Email: study.tiwa@dtwd.wa.gov.au
Web: www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au

or

International Centre
North Metropolitan TAFE
30 Aberdeen Street, Northbridge, Western Australia, 6003
Tel: +61 8 94271873
Fax: +61 8 9427 1992
Email: internationalstudy@nmtafe.wa.edu.au
Web: northmetrotafe.wa.edu.au

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
C Grades in Year 11 WACE General English, and OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 11 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate II or Certificate III

 

CUA40715
AB16

The new 'Fast-Track' Certificate IV in Design (Jewellery Studio) is an intensive 6-month course that builds your skills and knowledge in jewellery...

Course Overview

Where Northbridge Building 4
Duration

6 months (1 semester) full time

How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

Freelance jewellery designer

Further study opportunities:

Associate Degree of Design [Jewellery & Object Design]

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Module Group Core Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
SOURCE AND APPLY INFORMATION ON THE HISTORY AND THEORY OF DESIGN BSBDES305 AUK43
Develop and extend critical and creative thinking skills BSBCRT301 AUL43
DEVELOP AND EXTEND CRITICAL AND CREATIVE THINKING SKILLS BSBCRT301 AUL43
Source and apply information on the history and theory of design BSBDES305 AUK43
Interpret and respond to a design brief BSBDES402 AUH07
Generate design solutions BSBDES401 AUJ94
Contribute to health and safety of self and others BSBWHS201 AUL95

Module Group Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Explore and apply the creative design process to 3D forms BSBDES303 AUI55
EXPLORE AND APPLY THE CREATIVE DESIGN PROCESS TO 3D FORMS BSBDES303 AUI55
Develop and extend design skills and practice BSBDES403 AUL36
Explore and apply the creative design process to 2D forms BSBDES302 AUJ90
ORIGINATE AND DEVELOP CONCEPTS BSBCRT501 AUI70
Originate and develop concepts BSBCRT501 AUI70

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

 

CUA40715
AB17

Join the dynamic fashion industry by combining your love of design with practical skills in North Metro's state of the art fashion and textiles...

Course Overview

Where Northbridge Building 6
Duration

6 months (1 semester) full time

How Full-Time
When

design assistant, junior garment assistant, assistant fashion designer

Further study opportunities:

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.

For details see the indicative fees list here.

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Module Group Core Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Interpret and respond to a design brief BSBDES402 AUH07
DEVELOP AND EXTEND CRITICAL AND CREATIVE THINKING SKILLS BSBCRT301 AUL43
SOURCE AND APPLY INFORMATION ON THE HISTORY AND THEORY OF DESIGN BSBDES305 AUK43
Source and apply information on the history and theory of design BSBDES305 AUK43
Contribute to health and safety of self and others BSBWHS201 AUL95
Generate design solutions BSBDES401 AUJ94
Develop and extend critical and creative thinking skills BSBCRT301 AUL43

Module Group Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Develop and extend design skills and practice BSBDES403 AUL36
Explore and apply the creative design process to 3D forms BSBDES303 AUI55
EXPLORE AND APPLY THE CREATIVE DESIGN PROCESS TO 3D FORMS BSBDES303 AUI55
Explore and apply the creative design process to 2D forms BSBDES302 AUJ90

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

 

CUA40715
AB18
Are you ready for a career that will bring your creativity to life?

Turn your ideas into individual or mass produced consumer products, such as...

Course Overview

Where Northbridge Building 5
Duration

2 semesters (1 year) full time

How Full-Time
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

assistant product designer

Further study opportunities:

Associate Degree Of Design

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student