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31 An Information Session may be required. Check the Course Information Leaflet, contact the college or visit our website wsi.tafensw.edu.au. There are no fee exemptions or concessions available for WSI PLUS courses. For more information, visit wsi.tafensw.edu.au/wsiplus Key: Application required WSI PLUS fee applies International Student Code Statement of Attainment in (NRT) Signed English Course No: 4126 Duration: 1 year part-time Location: Nepean (Kingswood) Description: Signed English skills for people wanting to learn to communicate with deaf people using signed English. This course will suit the needs of families with deaf children as well as teachers who work with deaf students. Entry Requirements: There are no formal educational requirements. You must have highly developed English literacy skills. Career Opportunities: Advantage for communicating with deaf people in education and in community services. Certificate II in (NRT) Skills for Work and Training Course No: 9072 National Code: 91347NSW Duration: 18 weeks full-time, up to 1 year part-time (during school hours) Location: Blacktown, Blue Mountains, Mount Druitt, Nepean (Kingswood) (Penrith), Nirimba, Richmond, The Hills (Baulkham Hills) Description: Skills for work and training are highly developed via this course which provides a pathway to work, community participation, and further education and training. It is for people who wish to access employment, education and training. At the end of this course participants have a well defined pathway into work - which may or may not include further training. Local courses are developed to suit particular groups of people or local vocational access o erings. All colleges - For Women. This course is designed for women who want to get back into work or go on to further training but are unsure which area to go into. Women review their interests and create an employment pathway for themselves. The course is also designed to raise confidence to achieve goals. Nepean (Penrith) - English and Computers - this strand is for people who want to learn a range of basic computer skills including word processing, spreadsheets, presentation packages, the Internet and email as well as related English language skills. This course will assist in retraining, entering or advancing their opportunities in the workplace. You must be able to read, comprehend and discuss printed information in English and write simple statements in English. All colleges - Young People - This course is being designed for younger people who are unsure of which area of work they may wish to move into. Participants will explore a variety of options whilst building their basic skills. As a Certificate ll qualification it is of an equivalent level to Year 10. Entry Requirements: You must be able to read, comprehend and discuss printed information in English, write simple statements in English, plus you must have completed a Certificate I in vocational/technical/general vocational training or equivalent. Career Opportunities: You will develop various skills and knowledge to enhance your employment opportunities, career choices and other training opportunities. As a Certificate ll qualification it is of an equivalent level to Year 10. Statement of Attainment in (NRT) Skills for Work and Training Course No: 9069 Duration: 9 weeks full-time, up to 1 semester part-time Location: Blacktown, Blue Mountains, Mount Druitt, Nepean (Kingswood), (Penrith), Nirimba, Richmond, The Hills (Baulkham Hills) Description: Skills for work and training are developed via this course which provides an introductory pathway to work, community participation, and further education and training. It aims to develop communication skills for accessing and maintaining employment and to gain skills to retrain or enter the workforce with vocational competencies and prepare for further education and training. The structure of this Statement of Attainment enables customisation for delivery to specific target groups. It may also be contextualised for access to specific vocational areas as well as for overseas qualified professionals seeking development or consolidation of employability skills in English within a vocational context. Contact the college for detailed local information. Blacktown - English in the Garden NESB -- this strand is for people from Language Background Other than English (LBOTE) for improving their level of English while learning basic skills in gardening. You must be able to read, comprehend and discuss printed information in English and write simple statements in English. Blacktown - Language, Literacy, and Numeracy Program (LLNP), Professional English Assessment for Teachers (PEAT) - this strand is for people from a Language Background Other than English (LBOTE) for improving their level of English, to sit for the professional English test for teaching. You must have a National Reporting System (NRS) level 3 of English. Nepean - Access to Nursing - this course develops underpinning skills so that adults can gain the skills they need to access mainstream nursing training.