Certificate II in Enabling Technologies

Course code: 22588VIC

Registered Training Organisation:

Federation University, Australia

RTO code: 4909

Course Summary

This course offers a range of specialty streams to provide students with technical skills and knowledge in the use of enabling technologies.

We include delivery units that cover, 3D printing and cybersecurity. We will also explore robotics and evolving technologies, technicians of the future and wearable objects and apps.


Contribution towards VCE: VM )

It is mandated that students studying VCE: VM complete 180 hours of a VET course in a Certificate II or above.¬† This will contribute 2 VET credits towards a student’s program.

Contribution towards VPC

Students studying VPC may choose to include a VET program, however it is not mandated.

Contribution towards VCE

As this is a new course, this information is yet to be released.

ATAR Contribution

As this is a new course, this information is yet to be released.

Scored Assessment Available

As this is a new course, this information is yet to be released.

State Accreditation 

Program Delivery

Program structure

Two year course.

This course will be delivered at Federation TAFE, Wimmera campus on Wednesdays between 9.20am and 3.20pm each week.

Structured Workplace Learning

School to Work

As a new course, this information is yet to be released

Employment and Study Pathways

Potential Study Options

  • Certificate IV in Information, Digital Media & Technology
  • Certificate IV Cyber Security
  • Diploma of Information Technology

Potential Career Paths

  • Help desk support technician
  • Security technician
  • Technical support officer
  • Security support officer

Fees and Equipment


No specific requirements for clothing or equipment.


To be paid by the DET for students attending public schools.  Independent and Catholic schools will discuss fees with their families

Study Units

Units of study may include

Develop a career plan and supply safe work MSMPCI103

Prepare surfaces MSFFF2003

Join materials used in furnishing MSFFM2005

Make simple timber joints MSFFP2006

Make measurements and calculations MSFGN2001

Undertake a basic furniture making project MSFFP2001

Use furniture making sector hand and power tools MSFFM2001

Assemble furnishing components MSFFM2002

Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices MSAENV272

Work in a team MSAPMSUP106

Note: Program commencement subject to enrolment numbers. Units of Competency are subject to change. This training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding to eligible individuals. All details are accurate at the time of publication.

Demonstrate care and apply safe work practices MSMPCI103

Organise and communicate information MEM16006A


RTO Contact

Kim Boulton

Federation TAFE, Wimmera Campus

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