Ready for Work Program (Short Course, Non-certificate)
Course code: Selected units from SIT20322
Registered Training Organisation: Federation University
RTO Code: 4909
Set your path for employment or further opportunities.
Federation TAFE prides itself on offering a suite of education options. The Ready for Work Program creates pathways for students in education, employment and further training through the delivery of units from Australia wide recognised industry qualifications. This program is aimed at VPC students, or who are looking at undertaking a suite of vocational units that enhance their resume and future employment prospects. The program focusses on personal effectiveness, work readiness and ‘hands-on’ project-based learning. Students are encouraged to make decisions that will promote positive outcomes and options for their future.
Contribution towards VCE; VM
This program will contribute 90 hours or 1 VET credit only towards a student’s
program. An additional 90 hours will be required. Students studying the VCE VM are advised that they will need to complete two years of this program to meet the 180 nominal hours of VET required to complete the VCE VM.
Contribution towards VPC
Students studying VPC may choose to include a VET program, however it is not mandated. This program will contribute one credit into the VPC pathway.
Contribution towards VCE
Scored Assessment Available
Students are assessed through class activities, applied projects, demonstrations as well as group work. The course aims to provide skills that enhance ‘entry-level’ employment opportunities, in a hands-on practical matter.
Individual study units in this program carry both National and State accreditation.
One day a week (Wednesdays)
approximately 20 weeks commencing in in Term 2
Wimmera Campus, Horsham
9.20 am – 3.15 pm each Wednesday
Work placement is not required.
Practical experience will be included as part of this course.
Possible Career Pathways
Completion of Ready for Work programs will help students gain employment, including
Australian Apprenticeships and Traineeships, or progress to further study or employment.
Further study options:
To be confirmed.
Example Units of Competency from
Use hygienic practices for food safety SITXFSA005
Provide responsible service of alcohol SITHFAB021
Participate in safe work practices SITXWHS005
Prepare and serve espresso coffee SITHFAB025
Work effectively with others BSBTWK201
Source and use information on the hospitality industry SITHIND006
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.