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Your A-Z of important information 12 TAFE NSW – Western Sydney Institute – 2014 Student Guide pathways of study and co-delivery with NSW universities. We also offer our own degree courses in some areas. Talk to your teacher about articulation to a degree program. Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) The AQF is a nationally agreed framework which identifies the qualifications available in three sectors of education: schools, vocational education and training and higher education sectors in Australia. AQF qualifications are used throughout Australia and have been developed in conjunction with both industry and the community. They help you move through and between different education levels and systems by specifying and standardising the outcomes achieved. Each qualification is based on the level of outcome and not on the length of the course. All AQF qualifications offered by TAFE NSW are nationally recognised. B Bicycles If riding to college, please use the bicycle stands which are available within the grounds of most colleges. Please ensure that your bike is securely padlocked and your helmet is kept in a safe place. Bookshops College bookshops offer a variety of stock to cater for your study needs. A discount is generally available for Student Association members. There is an on-campus bookshop at the colleges listed below. Hours of operation are advertised locally. Blacktown Location: G Block, Ground Floor Telephone: (02) 9622 8657, 9831 1834 Mount Druitt Location: A Block, Ground Floor Telephone: (02) 9625 5166 Nirimba Location: UWS Connect Books, Block C21 Telephone: (02) 9852 4091 Richmond Location: UWS Connect Books, Stable Square K21 Telephone: (02) 4570 1370 C Career and Employment Help see also - Counselling and Career Development Service WSI’s career and employment service provides a range of services to help students make the right career choice and gain employment. • WSI Counselling – counselling and career development services • Career Voyage – an online career tool to help students identify appropriate career options. • the JobPond and ClothesPond – programs to help your presentation and interviewing skills • Careers Connect – a job portal that allows you to organise your resume, and search and apply for jobs with local employers (to register for this service, go to careersconnect. wsi.tafensw.edu.au).