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For further information Online at: wsi.tafensw.edu.au SMS (text only): 0428 423 102 Phone: 131 870 29 enrolled online, to advise TAFE NSW if you have a history of violence. Failing to disclose any relevant information or giving false information may lead to the immediate termination of your enrolment. An assessment and management plan may be developed, but rarely will this lead to exclusion. Mobile phones Mobile phones must be switched off in the class environment. Multicultural Education Services WSI offers many programs and services aimed to help people from language backgrounds other than English to further their education or help them get the skills needed for employment. Our coordinators can also advise on policies, recognition of overseas qualifications, suitable programs or courses, as well as temporary residents’ eligibility to study with TAFE NSW. Interpreting services are also available. In addition to a range of special programs, there are English language tutorials to help you in your vocational study. For more information contact the institute multicultural community engagement officer at: Blacktown Location: D Block, D1.07B Telephone: (02) 9208 1732 Nepean (Kingswood Campus) Location: L Block, LG.08 Telephone: (02) 9208 9595 N Nationally Recognised Training (NRT) see also - Australian Qualifications Framework Most of the courses delivered by WSI are Nationally Recognised Training (NRT). These may be Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) qualifications, statements of attainment or TAFE NSW accredited courses. A statement of attainment is not a full AQF qualification but is made up of units from one of these qualifications. TAFE NSW accredited courses, like AQF qualifications have been developed in conjunction with both industry and the community and are also recognised throughout Australia. National qualifications are regularly updated in line with industry changes and work practices. As a Registered Training Organisation, TAFE NSW WSI/OTEN is committed to ensuring that you graduate with the best and most up-to-date qualification available to help you meet your employment and vocational goals. If the qualification you are studying is updated, you will be contacted by your teacher to discuss your options in moving to the new course. Non-NSW Residents Due to a policy change from 1 July 2013 enrolling students must have a NSW residential address or be employed within NSW to be eligible to access government subsidised training places in TAFE NSW. More information can be obtained from www.tafensw.edu.au/courses/fees/tafensw.htm.