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Take a pathway program and find your way to new opportunities

Gain specific skills to help improve your chances of getting a job in your interest area.  

What is a pathway program?

A pathway program is a course designed to train students in relevant skills that employers are looking for, making it easier to get a job, or to continue studying for a higher qualification level.

Pathway Courses

Course Name   Duration
Certificate I Program in Pathways to Retail 8 weeks Full Time
Certificate I Program in Pathways to Community Services (Stage 1) 2 months Full Time or Part Time equivalent
Certificate I Program in Pathways to Hospitality 2 months Full Time or Part Time equivalent
Certificate II in Engineering Pathways 3 months Full Time
Certificate II Program in Pathways to Screen and Media 16 weeks Full Time
Certificate II Program in Pathways to Health Studies 4 months Full Time

Learn it. Get qualified.

Each pathway program includes units from either the:

Certificate I in Skills for Vocational Pathways (FSK10219) or 
Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways (FSK20119)  

These courses are design to help build confidence and abilities in reading, writing, numeracy, and computer/digital skills.

Depending on your interest area, the course you choose will have additional vocational units from either a certificate II or III course. This means that students who complete their program successfully, will have a certificate I or II, and/or may have a vocational pathway to a certificate II or III, or credit transfer into a certificate IV qualification.

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cookery-pathway

Then work it.

If you don’t want to continue studying after satisfactorily completing your pathway course, then you can exit, grab your certificate and your new skills, and start seeking work in the area you studied!

Next steps

  1. Check out the pathway programs available.

  2. Choose the pathway program that’s right for you.

  3. Click ‘Apply now’ on the course webpage.
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