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Skills for Work and Training Certificate II

Skills for Work and Training Certificate II

Career Area:Education for careers and further study Course No:10697 National Code:10089NAT
Course Details

skills work training This employment training course is for people who want to further their education or enter the workforce with vocational competencies.

 

Enrol in this Hunter TAFE job training program to help you improve your confidence and communication skills to increase your chances of finding your preferred job.

 

Once you have completed this employment services training course, you may want to start searching for local employment or consider enrolling on more advanced employment courses such as Employment, Education and Training Certificate III.

 

Start your journey to a better job today and contact your local Hunter TAFE office to state your employment training needs.

Campuses, Important Dates, Study Options and Timetables

Belmont

Campus information contact details and map can be found here.

Course Availability

Semester Study Options How to Enrol Proposed Timetable Information Session Fees & Charges Important Information
Semester 2
2014
Full Time
15hrs/Week
18 Weeks
Local Campus Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9:30am to 1:00pm
  • Location: Building E Level G Room Library seminar room
    From:10:00am to 12:00pm on the 24/06/2014
This offering is fee exempt.

For information about TAFE NSW Fees

For information about other related charges
Local Entry Requirements

The Skills for Work and Training (SWAT) course is designed for people who have completed Year 10 or those who have left school and want to improve their chances of entering the workforce. This course is for people who wish to prepare for further education and/or employment.

Other Information

The Skills for Work and Training targets three different cohorts. CEEW (Career Education and Employment for Women) is for women only. BREW (Blokes Refresher for Education and Work) is for men only. The generic course is targeted at all people who want to build their skills to improve their chances of employment.

Delivery Information

This course offers a wide range of subjects, including English for the workplace, Maths for the workplace, computing for the workplace and working in teams. It provides the skills needed for further training, assists in the development of realistic career goals, improves interpersonal communication skills, develops work related skills and improves employment opportunities for participants.

Further delivery information is available on this course

Belmont campus
Semester: Semester 2, 2014
Study Options: Full Time, 15hrs/Week, 18 Weeks
How to Enrol: Local Campus
Proposed Timetable: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9:30am to 1:00pm
Information Session:
Session Type:Information Session (Compulsory), Building E Level G Room Library seminar room
From:10:00am to 12:00pm on the 24/06/2014
Fees & Charges: This offering is fee exempt.

For information about TAFE NSW Fees

For information about other related charges
Important Information: Local Entry Requirements

The Skills for Work and Training (SWAT) course is designed for people who have completed Year 10 or those who have left school and want to improve their chances of entering the workforce. This course is for people who wish to prepare for further education and/or employment.

Other Information

The Skills for Work and Training targets three different cohorts. CEEW (Career Education and Employment for Women) is for women only. BREW (Blokes Refresher for Education and Work) is for men only. The generic course is targeted at all people who want to build their skills to improve their chances of employment.

Delivery Information

This course offers a wide range of subjects, including English for the workplace, Maths for the workplace, computing for the workplace and working in teams. It provides the skills needed for further training, assists in the development of realistic career goals, improves interpersonal communication skills, develops work related skills and improves employment opportunities for participants.

Further delivery information is available on this course

Cessnock

Campus information contact details and map can be found here.

Course Availability

Semester Study Options How to Enrol Proposed Timetable Information Session Fees & Charges Important Information
Semester 2
2014
Full Time
15hrs/Week
18 Weeks
Local Campus Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9:00am to 2:00pm
  • Location: Building A Level 1 Room 15
    From:10:00am to 12:00pm on the 23/06/2014
    Additional Information:This course has now commenced however please call 131 225 for further information and assistance. A Hunter TAFE representative will advise of your enrolment options.
This offering is fee exempt.

For information about TAFE NSW Fees

For information about other related charges
Local Entry Requirements

Career Education and Employment for Women (CEEW) is designed for mature women who wish to prepare for further training and employment.

Other Information

This course has now commenced however please call 131 225 for further information and assistance. A Hunter TAFE representative will advise of your enrolment options. The Skills for Work and Training targets three different cohorts. CEEW (Career Education and Employment for Women) is for women only. BREW (Blokes Refresher for Education and Work) is for men only. The generic course is targeted at all people who want to build their skills to improve their chances of employment.

Delivery Information

Women who do this course will gain confidence while developing new skills, knowledge and attitudes in a very supportive learning environment. Participants will study general education units, develop employability and computing skills, investigate career options and participate in work experience in an industry of their choice.

Further delivery information is available on this course

Cessnock campus
Semester: Semester 2, 2014
Study Options: Full Time, 15hrs/Week, 18 Weeks
How to Enrol: Local Campus
Proposed Timetable: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9:00am to 2:00pm
Information Session:
Session Type:Information Session, Enrolment, Building A Level 1 Room 15
From:10:00am to 12:00pm on the 23/06/2014
Additional Information:This course has now commenced however please call 131 225 for further information and assistance. A Hunter TAFE representative will advise of your enrolment options.
Fees & Charges: This offering is fee exempt.

For information about TAFE NSW Fees

For information about other related charges
Important Information: Local Entry Requirements

Career Education and Employment for Women (CEEW) is designed for mature women who wish to prepare for further training and employment.

Other Information

This course has now commenced however please call 131 225 for further information and assistance. A Hunter TAFE representative will advise of your enrolment options. The Skills for Work and Training targets three different cohorts. CEEW (Career Education and Employment for Women) is for women only. BREW (Blokes Refresher for Education and Work) is for men only. The generic course is targeted at all people who want to build their skills to improve their chances of employment.

Delivery Information

Women who do this course will gain confidence while developing new skills, knowledge and attitudes in a very supportive learning environment. Participants will study general education units, develop employability and computing skills, investigate career options and participate in work experience in an industry of their choice.

Further delivery information is available on this course

Glendale

Campus information contact details and map can be found here.

Course Availability

Semester Study Options How to Enrol Proposed Timetable Information Session Fees & Charges Important Information
Semester 2
2014
Full Time
18hrs/Week
18 Weeks
Local Campus Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 9:00am to 3:30pm
  • Location: Building D Level 1 Room 16
    From:10:00am to 11:00am on the 23/06/2014
    Additional Information:This course has now commenced however please call 131 225 for further information and assistance. A Hunter TAFE representative will advise of your enrolment options.
This offering is fee exempt.

For information about TAFE NSW Fees

For information about other related charges
Local Entry Requirements

Career Education and Employment for Women (CEEW) is designed for mature women who wish to prepare for further training and employment.

Other Information

The Skills for Work and Training targets three different cohorts. CEEW (Career Education and Employment for Women) is for women only. BREW (Blokes Refresher for Education and Work) is for men only. The generic course is targeted at all people who want to build their skills to improve their chances of employment.

Delivery Information

This course has now commenced however please call 131 225 for further information and assistance. A Hunter TAFE representative will advise of your enrolment options. Women will gain confidence while developing new skills, knowledge and attitudes in a very supportive learning environment. Participants will study general education units, develop employability and computing skills, investigate career options and participate in work experience in an industry of their choice.

Further delivery information is available on this course

Semester 2
2014
Full Time
18hrs/Week
18 Weeks
Local Campus Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 9:00am to 3:00pm
  • Location: Building D Level 1 Room 16
    From:10:00am to 11:00am on the 23/06/2014
    Additional Information:This course has now commenced however please call 131 225 for further information and assistance. A Hunter TAFE representative will advise of your enrolment options.
This offering is fee exempt.

For information about TAFE NSW Fees

For information about other related charges
Local Entry Requirements

The Skills for Work and Training course is designed for people who have completed Year 10 or those who have left school and want to improve their chances of entering the workforce.

Other Information

The Skills for Work and Training targets three different cohorts. CEEW (Career Education and Employment for Women) is for women only. BREW (Blokes Refresher for Education and Work) is for men only. The generic course is targeted at all people who want to build their skills to improve their chances of employment.

Delivery Information

This course offers a wide range of subjects, including English for the Workplace, Maths for the workplace, computing for the workplace and working in teams. It provides the skills needed for further training, assists in the development of realistic career goals, improves interpersonal communication skills, develops work related skills and improves employment opportunities for participants.

Further delivery information is available on this course

Glendale campus
Semester: Semester 2, 2014
Study Options: Full Time, 18hrs/Week, 18 Weeks
How to Enrol: Local Campus
Proposed Timetable: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 9:00am to 3:30pm
Information Session:
Session Type:Information Session (Compulsory), Enrolment, Building D Level 1 Room 16
From:10:00am to 11:00am on the 23/06/2014
Additional Information:This course has now commenced however please call 131 225 for further information and assistance. A Hunter TAFE representative will advise of your enrolment options.
Fees & Charges: This offering is fee exempt.

For information about TAFE NSW Fees

For information about other related charges
Important Information: Local Entry Requirements

Career Education and Employment for Women (CEEW) is designed for mature women who wish to prepare for further training and employment.

Other Information

The Skills for Work and Training targets three different cohorts. CEEW (Career Education and Employment for Women) is for women only. BREW (Blokes Refresher for Education and Work) is for men only. The generic course is targeted at all people who want to build their skills to improve their chances of employment.

Delivery Information

This course has now commenced however please call 131 225 for further information and assistance. A Hunter TAFE representative will advise of your enrolment options. Women will gain confidence while developing new skills, knowledge and attitudes in a very supportive learning environment. Participants will study general education units, develop employability and computing skills, investigate career options and participate in work experience in an industry of their choice.

Further delivery information is available on this course
Glendale campus
Semester: Semester 2, 2014
Study Options: Full Time, 18hrs/Week, 18 Weeks
How to Enrol: Local Campus
Proposed Timetable: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 9:00am to 3:00pm
Information Session:
Session Type:Information Session (Compulsory), Enrolment, Building D Level 1 Room 16
From:10:00am to 11:00am on the 23/06/2014
Additional Information:This course has now commenced however please call 131 225 for further information and assistance. A Hunter TAFE representative will advise of your enrolment options.
Fees & Charges: This offering is fee exempt.

For information about TAFE NSW Fees

For information about other related charges
Important Information: Local Entry Requirements

The Skills for Work and Training course is designed for people who have completed Year 10 or those who have left school and want to improve their chances of entering the workforce.

Other Information

The Skills for Work and Training targets three different cohorts. CEEW (Career Education and Employment for Women) is for women only. BREW (Blokes Refresher for Education and Work) is for men only. The generic course is targeted at all people who want to build their skills to improve their chances of employment.

Delivery Information

This course offers a wide range of subjects, including English for the Workplace, Maths for the workplace, computing for the workplace and working in teams. It provides the skills needed for further training, assists in the development of realistic career goals, improves interpersonal communication skills, develops work related skills and improves employment opportunities for participants.

Further delivery information is available on this course

Gosford

Campus information contact details and map can be found here.

Course Availability

Semester Study Options How to Enrol Proposed Timetable Information Session Fees & Charges Important Information
Semester 2
2014
Full Time
20hrs/Week
13 Weeks
Online Registration Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 10:00am to 2:00pm
  • Location: Building G Level 2 Room 3/4
    From:1:00pm to 2:30pm on the 24/06/2014
    Additional Information:This Blokes Refresher for Education and Work (BREW) information session is for men wishing to re-enter education and training to increase their skills for further education and/or employment.
This offering is fee exempt.

For information about TAFE NSW Fees

For information about other related charges
Local Entry Requirements

Blokes Refresher for Education and Work (BREW) is designed for mature men who wish to prepare for further training and employment.

Other Information

The Skills for Work and Training targets three different cohorts. CEEW (Career Education and Employment for Women) is for women only. BREW (Blokes Refresher for Education and Work) is for men only. The generic course is targeted at all people who want to build their skills to improve their chances of employment.

Delivery Information

You will gain confidence while developing new skills, knowledge and attitudes in a very supportive learning environment. You will study general education units, develop employability and computing skills, investigate career options and participate in work experience in an industry of your choice.

Further delivery information is available on this course

Semester 2
2014
Full Time
20hrs/Week
13 Weeks
Online Registration Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 10:00am to 2:00pm
  • Location: Building G Level 2 Room 3/4
    From:10:00am to 11:30am on the 24/06/2014
    Additional Information:This Career Education and Employment for Women (CEEW) information session is for women wishing to re-enter education and training to increase their skills for further education and/or employment.
This offering is fee exempt.

For information about TAFE NSW Fees

For information about other related charges
Local Entry Requirements

Career Education and Employment for Women (CEEW) is designed for mature women who wish to prepare for further training and employment.

Other Information

The Skills for Work and Training targets three different cohorts. CEEW (Career Education and Employment for Women) is for women only. BREW (Blokes Refresher for Education and Work) is for men only. The generic course is targeted at all people who want to build their skills to improve their chances of employment.

Delivery Information

Women who do this course will gain confidence while developing new skills, knowledge and attitudes in a very supportive learning environment. You will study general education units, develop employability and computing skills, investigate career options and participate in work experience in an industry of your choice. This course will run during school hours.

Further delivery information is available on this course

Semester 2
2014
Full Time
16hrs/Week
18 Weeks
Local Campus Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 9:00am to 2:30pm
  • Location: Building A Level 1 Room 13 Gosford Campus
    From:11:00am to 1:00pm on the 25/06/2014
    Additional Information:This Skills for Work and Training course is designed for people who have completed Year 10 or those who have left school and who would like to improve their chances of entering the workforce.
This offering is fee exempt.

For information about TAFE NSW Fees

For information about other related charges
Local Entry Requirements

This Skills for Work and Training course is designed for people who have completed Year 10 or those who have left school and who would like to improve their chances of entering the workforce.

Other Information

The Skills for Work and Training targets all people who want to build their skills to improve their chances of employment.

Delivery Information

The course offers a wide range of subjects, including English for the workplace, maths for the workplace, computing for the workplace and working in teams. It provides the skills needed for further training, assists in the development of realistic career goals and improves interpersonal communication skills.

Further delivery information is available on this course

Gosford campus
Semester: Semester 2, 2014
Study Options: Full Time, 20hrs/Week, 13 Weeks
How to Enrol: Online Registration
Proposed Timetable: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 10:00am to 2:00pm
Information Session:
Session Type:Information Session (Compulsory), Enrolment, Building G Level 2 Room 3/4
From:1:00pm to 2:30pm on the 24/06/2014
Additional Information:This Blokes Refresher for Education and Work (BREW) information session is for men wishing to re-enter education and training to increase their skills for further education and/or employment.
Fees & Charges: This offering is fee exempt.

For information about TAFE NSW Fees

For information about other related charges
Important Information: Local Entry Requirements

Blokes Refresher for Education and Work (BREW) is designed for mature men who wish to prepare for further training and employment.

Other Information

The Skills for Work and Training targets three different cohorts. CEEW (Career Education and Employment for Women) is for women only. BREW (Blokes Refresher for Education and Work) is for men only. The generic course is targeted at all people who want to build their skills to improve their chances of employment.

Delivery Information

You will gain confidence while developing new skills, knowledge and attitudes in a very supportive learning environment. You will study general education units, develop employability and computing skills, investigate career options and participate in work experience in an industry of your choice.

Further delivery information is available on this course
Gosford campus
Semester: Semester 2, 2014
Study Options: Full Time, 20hrs/Week, 13 Weeks
How to Enrol: Online Registration
Proposed Timetable: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 10:00am to 2:00pm
Information Session:
Session Type:Information Session (Compulsory), Enrolment, Building G Level 2 Room 3/4
From:10:00am to 11:30am on the 24/06/2014
Additional Information:This Career Education and Employment for Women (CEEW) information session is for women wishing to re-enter education and training to increase their skills for further education and/or employment.
Fees & Charges: This offering is fee exempt.

For information about TAFE NSW Fees

For information about other related charges
Important Information: Local Entry Requirements

Career Education and Employment for Women (CEEW) is designed for mature women who wish to prepare for further training and employment.

Other Information

The Skills for Work and Training targets three different cohorts. CEEW (Career Education and Employment for Women) is for women only. BREW (Blokes Refresher for Education and Work) is for men only. The generic course is targeted at all people who want to build their skills to improve their chances of employment.

Delivery Information

Women who do this course will gain confidence while developing new skills, knowledge and attitudes in a very supportive learning environment. You will study general education units, develop employability and computing skills, investigate career options and participate in work experience in an industry of your choice. This course will run during school hours.

Further delivery information is available on this course
Gosford campus
Semester: Semester 2, 2014
Study Options: Full Time, 16hrs/Week, 18 Weeks
How to Enrol: Local Campus
Proposed Timetable: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 9:00am to 2:30pm
Information Session:
Session Type:Information Session, Enrolment, Building A Level 1 Room 13 Gosford Campus
From:11:00am to 1:00pm on the 25/06/2014
Additional Information:This Skills for Work and Training course is designed for people who have completed Year 10 or those who have left school and who would like to improve their chances of entering the workforce.
Fees & Charges: This offering is fee exempt.

For information about TAFE NSW Fees

For information about other related charges
Important Information: Local Entry Requirements

This Skills for Work and Training course is designed for people who have completed Year 10 or those who have left school and who would like to improve their chances of entering the workforce.

Other Information

The Skills for Work and Training targets all people who want to build their skills to improve their chances of employment.

Delivery Information

The course offers a wide range of subjects, including English for the workplace, maths for the workplace, computing for the workplace and working in teams. It provides the skills needed for further training, assists in the development of realistic career goals and improves interpersonal communication skills.

Further delivery information is available on this course

Maitland

Campus information contact details and map can be found here.

Course Availability

Semester Study Options How to Enrol Proposed Timetable Information Session Fees & Charges Important Information
Semester 2
2014
Full Time
20hrs/Week
18 Weeks
Local Campus Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9:30am to 2:30pm
  • Location: Building C Level 1 Room 23
    From:10:30am to 12:00pm on the 25/06/2014
This offering is fee exempt.

For information about TAFE NSW Fees

For information about other related charges
Local Entry Requirements

The Skills for Work and Training (SWAT) course is designed for people who have completed Year 10 or those who have left school and want to improve their chances of entering the workforce.

Delivery Information

This course offers a wide range of subjects, including English for the workplace, Maths for the workplace, computing for the workplace and working in teams. It provides the skills needed for further training, assists in the development of realistic career goals, improves interpersonal communication skills, develops work related skills and improves employment opportunities for participants.

Further delivery information is available on this course

Maitland campus
Semester: Semester 2, 2014
Study Options: Full Time, 20hrs/Week, 18 Weeks
How to Enrol: Local Campus
Proposed Timetable: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9:30am to 2:30pm
Information Session:
Session Type:Information Session, Enrolment, Building C Level 1 Room 23
From:10:30am to 12:00pm on the 25/06/2014
Fees & Charges: This offering is fee exempt.

For information about TAFE NSW Fees

For information about other related charges
Important Information: Local Entry Requirements

The Skills for Work and Training (SWAT) course is designed for people who have completed Year 10 or those who have left school and want to improve their chances of entering the workforce.

Delivery Information

This course offers a wide range of subjects, including English for the workplace, Maths for the workplace, computing for the workplace and working in teams. It provides the skills needed for further training, assists in the development of realistic career goals, improves interpersonal communication skills, develops work related skills and improves employment opportunities for participants.

Further delivery information is available on this course

Muswellbrook

Campus information contact details and map can be found here.

Course Availability

Semester Study Options How to Enrol Proposed Timetable Information Session Fees & Charges Important Information
Semester 2
2014
Part Time Day
12hrs/Week
18 Weeks
Local Campus Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 9:30am to 2:00pm This offering is fee exempt.

For information about TAFE NSW Fees

For information about other related charges
Local Entry Requirements

Career Education and Employment for Women (CEEW) is designed for mature women who wish to prepare for further training and employment.

Other Information

This course has now commenced however please call 131 225 for further information and assistance. A Hunter TAFE representative will advise of your enrolment options. The Skills for Work and Training targets three different cohorts. CEEW (Career Education and Employment for Women) is for women only. BREW (Blokes Refresher for Education and Work) is for men only. The generic course is targeted at all people who want to build their skills to improve their chances of employment.

Delivery Information

This course has now commenced however please call 131 225 for further information and assistance. A Hunter TAFE representative will advise of your enrolment options. Women who do this course will gain confidence while developing new skills, knowledge and attitudes in a very supportive learning environment. Participants will study general education units, develop employability and computing skills, investigate career options and participate in work experience in an industry of their choice.

Further delivery information is available on this course

Muswellbrook campus
Semester: Semester 2, 2014
Study Options: Part Time Day, 12hrs/Week, 18 Weeks
How to Enrol: Local Campus
Proposed Timetable: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 9:30am to 2:00pm
Information Session:
Fees & Charges: This offering is fee exempt.

For information about TAFE NSW Fees

For information about other related charges
Important Information: Local Entry Requirements

Career Education and Employment for Women (CEEW) is designed for mature women who wish to prepare for further training and employment.

Other Information

This course has now commenced however please call 131 225 for further information and assistance. A Hunter TAFE representative will advise of your enrolment options. The Skills for Work and Training targets three different cohorts. CEEW (Career Education and Employment for Women) is for women only. BREW (Blokes Refresher for Education and Work) is for men only. The generic course is targeted at all people who want to build their skills to improve their chances of employment.

Delivery Information

This course has now commenced however please call 131 225 for further information and assistance. A Hunter TAFE representative will advise of your enrolment options. Women who do this course will gain confidence while developing new skills, knowledge and attitudes in a very supportive learning environment. Participants will study general education units, develop employability and computing skills, investigate career options and participate in work experience in an industry of their choice.

Further delivery information is available on this course

Newcastle

Campus information contact details and map can be found here.

Course Availability

Semester Study Options How to Enrol Proposed Timetable Information Session Fees & Charges Important Information
Semester 2
2014
Full Time
16hrs/Week
18 Weeks
Local Campus Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 10:30am to 3:00pm
  • Location: Building F Level 1 Room 29
    From:10:30am to 12:30pm on the 25/06/2014
    Additional Information:Intending students are asked to arrive at 10:30am. This course is designed for women wishing to re-enter training and employment.
This offering is fee exempt.

For information about TAFE NSW Fees

For information about other related charges
Local Entry Requirements

Career Education and Employment for Women (CEEW) is designed for mature women who wish to prepare for further training and employment.

Other Information

The Skills for Work and Training targets three different cohorts. CEEW (Career Education and Employment for Women) is for women only. BREW (Blokes Refresher for Education and Work) is for men only. The generic course is targeted at all people who want to build their skills to improve their chances of employment.

Delivery Information

Women who do this course will gain confidence while developing new skills, knowledge and attitudes in a very supportive learning environment. Participants will study general education units, develop employability and computing skills, investigate career options and participate in work experience in an industry of their choice. The vocational components in this course are Hospitality and Finance.

Further delivery information is available on this course

Semester 2
2014
Full Time
16hrs/Week
18 Weeks
Local Campus Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 10:30am to 3:00pm
  • Location: Building F Level 2 Room 21
    From:10:30am to 12:30pm on the 25/06/2014
    Additional Information:Intending students are asked to arrive at 10:30am. This course is designed for men wishing to re-enter training and employment.
This offering is fee exempt.

For information about TAFE NSW Fees

For information about other related charges
Local Entry Requirements

Blokes Refresher for Education and Work (BREW) is designed for mature men who wish to prepare for further training and employment.

Other Information

The Skills for Work and Training targets three different cohorts. CEEW (Career Education and Employment for Women) is for women only. BREW (Blokes Refresher for Education and Work) is for men only. The generic course is targeted at all people who want to build their skills to improve their chances of employment.

Delivery Information

You will gain confidence while developing new skills, knowledge and attitudes in a very supportive learning environment. You will study general education units, develop employability and computing skills, investigate career options and participate in work experience in an industry of your choice. This course will run for 3 days a week. The vocational components in this course are Hospitality and Finance.

Further delivery information is available on this course

Newcastle campus
Semester: Semester 2, 2014
Study Options: Full Time, 16hrs/Week, 18 Weeks
How to Enrol: Local Campus
Proposed Timetable: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 10:30am to 3:00pm
Information Session:
Session Type:Information Session (Compulsory), Enrolment, Building F Level 1 Room 29
From:10:30am to 12:30pm on the 25/06/2014
Additional Information:Intending students are asked to arrive at 10:30am. This course is designed for women wishing to re-enter training and employment.
Fees & Charges: This offering is fee exempt.

For information about TAFE NSW Fees

For information about other related charges
Important Information: Local Entry Requirements

Career Education and Employment for Women (CEEW) is designed for mature women who wish to prepare for further training and employment.

Other Information

The Skills for Work and Training targets three different cohorts. CEEW (Career Education and Employment for Women) is for women only. BREW (Blokes Refresher for Education and Work) is for men only. The generic course is targeted at all people who want to build their skills to improve their chances of employment.

Delivery Information

Women who do this course will gain confidence while developing new skills, knowledge and attitudes in a very supportive learning environment. Participants will study general education units, develop employability and computing skills, investigate career options and participate in work experience in an industry of their choice. The vocational components in this course are Hospitality and Finance.

Further delivery information is available on this course
Newcastle campus
Semester: Semester 2, 2014
Study Options: Full Time, 16hrs/Week, 18 Weeks
How to Enrol: Local Campus
Proposed Timetable: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 10:30am to 3:00pm
Information Session:
Session Type:Information Session (Compulsory), Enrolment, Building F Level 2 Room 21
From:10:30am to 12:30pm on the 25/06/2014
Additional Information:Intending students are asked to arrive at 10:30am. This course is designed for men wishing to re-enter training and employment.
Fees & Charges: This offering is fee exempt.

For information about TAFE NSW Fees

For information about other related charges
Important Information: Local Entry Requirements

Blokes Refresher for Education and Work (BREW) is designed for mature men who wish to prepare for further training and employment.

Other Information

The Skills for Work and Training targets three different cohorts. CEEW (Career Education and Employment for Women) is for women only. BREW (Blokes Refresher for Education and Work) is for men only. The generic course is targeted at all people who want to build their skills to improve their chances of employment.

Delivery Information

You will gain confidence while developing new skills, knowledge and attitudes in a very supportive learning environment. You will study general education units, develop employability and computing skills, investigate career options and participate in work experience in an industry of your choice. This course will run for 3 days a week. The vocational components in this course are Hospitality and Finance.

Further delivery information is available on this course

Singleton

Campus information contact details and map can be found here.

Course Availability

Semester Study Options How to Enrol Proposed Timetable Information Session Fees & Charges Important Information
Semester 2
2014
Part Time Day
12hrs/Week
18 Weeks
Local Campus Monday, Thursday, Friday 9:30am to 2:00pm
  • Location: Building L Level G Room 1
    From:10:00am to 11:00am on the 23/06/2014
    Additional Information:This Career Education and Employment for Women (CEEW) information session is for women wishing to re-enter education and training to increase their skills for further education and/or employment.
This offering is fee exempt.

For information about TAFE NSW Fees

For information about other related charges
Local Entry Requirements

Career Education and Employment for Women (CEEW) is designed for mature women who wish to prepare for further training and employment.

Other Information

The Skills for Work and Training targets three different cohorts. CEEW (Career Education and Employment for Women) is for women only. BREW (Blokes Refresher for Education and Work) is for men only. The generic course is targeted at all people who want to build their skills to improve their chances of employment.

Delivery Information

Women who do this course will gain confidence while developing new skills, knowledge and attitudes in a very supportive learning environment. Participants will study general education units, develop employability and computing skills, investigate career options and participate in work experience in an industry of their choice. You will obtain a First Aid Certificate and also undertake a week of work experience.

Further delivery information is available on this course

Singleton campus
Semester: Semester 2, 2014
Study Options: Part Time Day, 12hrs/Week, 18 Weeks
How to Enrol: Local Campus
Proposed Timetable: Monday, Thursday, Friday 9:30am to 2:00pm
Information Session:
Session Type:Information Session, Enrolment, Building L Level G Room 1
From:10:00am to 11:00am on the 23/06/2014
Additional Information:This Career Education and Employment for Women (CEEW) information session is for women wishing to re-enter education and training to increase their skills for further education and/or employment.
Fees & Charges: This offering is fee exempt.

For information about TAFE NSW Fees

For information about other related charges
Important Information: Local Entry Requirements

Career Education and Employment for Women (CEEW) is designed for mature women who wish to prepare for further training and employment.

Other Information

The Skills for Work and Training targets three different cohorts. CEEW (Career Education and Employment for Women) is for women only. BREW (Blokes Refresher for Education and Work) is for men only. The generic course is targeted at all people who want to build their skills to improve their chances of employment.

Delivery Information

Women who do this course will gain confidence while developing new skills, knowledge and attitudes in a very supportive learning environment. Participants will study general education units, develop employability and computing skills, investigate career options and participate in work experience in an industry of their choice. You will obtain a First Aid Certificate and also undertake a week of work experience.

Further delivery information is available on this course

Wyong

Campus information contact details and map can be found here.

Course Availability

Semester Study Options How to Enrol Proposed Timetable Information Session Fees & Charges Important Information
Semester 2
2014
Full Time
20hrs/Week
18 Weeks
Online Registration Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9:00am to 2:30pm
  • Location: Building N Level G Room 3A
    From:10:00am to 12:00pm on the 24/06/2014
    Additional Information:This course has now commenced, however please register your interest for this course online and a Hunter TAFE representative will contact you to advise of your enrolment options. For further information and assistance please call 131225.
This offering is fee exempt.

For information about TAFE NSW Fees

For information about other related charges
Local Entry Requirements

Career Education and Employment for Women (CEEW) is designed for mature women who wish to prepare for further training and employment.

Other Information

This course has now commenced, however please register your interest for this course online and a Hunter TAFE representative will contact you to advise of your enrolment options. For further information and assistance please call 131225.

Delivery Information

Women who undertake this course will gain confidence while developing new skills, knowledge and attitudes in a very supportive learning environment. Participants will study general education units, develop employability and computing skills, investigate career options and participate in work experience in an industry of their choice.

Further delivery information is available on this course

Semester 2
2014
Full Time
20hrs/Week
18 Weeks
Online Registration Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9:00am to 2:30pm
  • Location: Building N Level G Room 1
    From:10:00am to 12:00pm on the 24/06/2014
    Additional Information:This course has now commenced, however please register your interest for this course online and a Hunter TAFE representative will contact you to advise of your enrolment options. For further information and assistance please call 131225.
This offering is fee exempt.

For information about TAFE NSW Fees

For information about other related charges
Local Entry Requirements

This course is for mature people who wish to prepare for further education and/or employment.

Other Information

This course has now commenced, however please register your interest for this course online and a Hunter TAFE representative will contact you to advise of your enrolment options. For further information and assistance please call 131225.

Delivery Information

This course offers a wide range of subjects, including English for the Workplace, Maths for the workplace, computing for the workplace and working in teams. It provides the skills needed for further training, assists in the development of realistic career goals and improves interpersonal communication skills. The course usually runs in school hours.

Further delivery information is available on this course

Semester 2
2014
Full Time
20hrs/Week
18 Weeks
Online Registration Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9:00am to 2:30pm
  • Location: Building N Level G Room 9
    From:10:00am to 12:00pm on the 24/06/2014
    Additional Information:This course has now commenced, however please register your interest for this course online and a Hunter TAFE representative will contact you to advise of your enrolment options. For further information and assistance please call 131225.
This offering is fee exempt.

For information about TAFE NSW Fees

For information about other related charges
Local Entry Requirements

The Skills for Work and Training course is designed for young people who have completed Year 10 or those who have left school and want to improve their chances of entering the workforce.

Other Information

This course has now commenced, however please register your interest for this course online and a Hunter TAFE representative will contact you to advise of your enrolment options. For further information and assistance please call 131225.

Delivery Information

The course offers a wide range of subjects, including English for the workplace, maths for the workplace, computing for the workplace and working in teams. It provides the skills needed for further training, assists in the development of realistic career goals and improves interpersonal communication skills.

Further delivery information is available on this course

Wyong campus
Semester: Semester 2, 2014
Study Options: Full Time, 20hrs/Week, 18 Weeks
How to Enrol: Online Registration
Proposed Timetable: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9:00am to 2:30pm
Information Session:
Session Type:Information Session (Compulsory), Enrolment, Assessment / Testing, Interview, Building N Level G Room 3A
From:10:00am to 12:00pm on the 24/06/2014
Additional Information:This course has now commenced, however please register your interest for this course online and a Hunter TAFE representative will contact you to advise of your enrolment options. For further information and assistance please call 131225.
Fees & Charges: This offering is fee exempt.

For information about TAFE NSW Fees

For information about other related charges
Important Information: Local Entry Requirements

Career Education and Employment for Women (CEEW) is designed for mature women who wish to prepare for further training and employment.

Other Information

This course has now commenced, however please register your interest for this course online and a Hunter TAFE representative will contact you to advise of your enrolment options. For further information and assistance please call 131225.

Delivery Information

Women who undertake this course will gain confidence while developing new skills, knowledge and attitudes in a very supportive learning environment. Participants will study general education units, develop employability and computing skills, investigate career options and participate in work experience in an industry of their choice.

Further delivery information is available on this course
Wyong campus
Semester: Semester 2, 2014
Study Options: Full Time, 20hrs/Week, 18 Weeks
How to Enrol: Online Registration
Proposed Timetable: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9:00am to 2:30pm
Information Session:
Session Type:Information Session (Compulsory), Enrolment, Assessment / Testing, Interview, Building N Level G Room 1
From:10:00am to 12:00pm on the 24/06/2014
Additional Information:This course has now commenced, however please register your interest for this course online and a Hunter TAFE representative will contact you to advise of your enrolment options. For further information and assistance please call 131225.
Fees & Charges: This offering is fee exempt.

For information about TAFE NSW Fees

For information about other related charges
Important Information: Local Entry Requirements

This course is for mature people who wish to prepare for further education and/or employment.

Other Information

This course has now commenced, however please register your interest for this course online and a Hunter TAFE representative will contact you to advise of your enrolment options. For further information and assistance please call 131225.

Delivery Information

This course offers a wide range of subjects, including English for the Workplace, Maths for the workplace, computing for the workplace and working in teams. It provides the skills needed for further training, assists in the development of realistic career goals and improves interpersonal communication skills. The course usually runs in school hours.

Further delivery information is available on this course
Wyong campus
Semester: Semester 2, 2014
Study Options: Full Time, 20hrs/Week, 18 Weeks
How to Enrol: Online Registration
Proposed Timetable: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9:00am to 2:30pm
Information Session:
Session Type:Information Session (Compulsory), Enrolment, Assessment / Testing, Interview, Building N Level G Room 9
From:10:00am to 12:00pm on the 24/06/2014
Additional Information:This course has now commenced, however please register your interest for this course online and a Hunter TAFE representative will contact you to advise of your enrolment options. For further information and assistance please call 131225.
Fees & Charges: This offering is fee exempt.

For information about TAFE NSW Fees

For information about other related charges
Important Information: Local Entry Requirements

The Skills for Work and Training course is designed for young people who have completed Year 10 or those who have left school and want to improve their chances of entering the workforce.

Other Information

This course has now commenced, however please register your interest for this course online and a Hunter TAFE representative will contact you to advise of your enrolment options. For further information and assistance please call 131225.

Delivery Information

The course offers a wide range of subjects, including English for the workplace, maths for the workplace, computing for the workplace and working in teams. It provides the skills needed for further training, assists in the development of realistic career goals and improves interpersonal communication skills.

Further delivery information is available on this course

How To Enrol

To enrol in this course you need to attend an information/enrolment session. Enrolment details may vary from campus to campus. Click on the campus you are interested in to find out the date, time and location of the session you need to attend.

Entry Requirements

Must be able to read,comprehend and discuss printed familiar information in English and write simple statements in English and must have completed a Certificate I level course in vocational/technical/general vocational training or equivalent.

Prior Learning

For further information please refer to the Recognition area of the Hunter TAFE website.

Career Pathways

For further information please refer to the Career Pathways area of the Hunter TAFE website.

Disclaimer

Courses will run subject to resources and demand. For the latest information, check with the appropriate campus, as course availability is subject to review and change.

Students with Disabilities

If you are considering studying with Hunter TAFE and are unsure what impact your disability may have on your study, please feel free to contact Disability Services to find out!

Contact Us

You can request further information on this course or speak to a Customer Service Officer by calling
131 225 (within NSW) or
02 4923 7425 (outside of NSW) or
+612 4923 7425 (International).
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