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Bachelor of Adult and Vocational Education (with specialisations)

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CSU's Bachelor of Adult and Vocational Education aims to meet the professional needs of students with vocational qualifications who want to be able to teach in their discipline area in an adult learning environment or in their particular vocational setting.

The Bachelor of Adult and Vocational Education (with specialisations) is related to:


  • Why study this course?

    CSU’s Bachelor of Adult and Vocational Education is designed for people wishing to become trainers, learning facilitators or consultants in the adult and vocational education sectors.

    The Bachelor of Adult and Vocational Education offers a generic stream or streams in:

    • Language, Literacy and Numeracy
    • Training Systems and Human Resources Management
    • Vocational Education and Training

    Students can choose to exit with the Associate Degree in Adult and Vocational Education.

    This course allows students to enhance their skills in teaching and learning preparing them with skills in the assessment of student learning and the evaluation of training programs.

    Students will develop an understanding of the broad socio-economic and political context in which adult and vocational education and training is located. They will gain awareness of social justice and equity policies and their application in a range of teaching and learning environments including Indigenous, refugee and migrant education and training strategies. Students will develop knowledge about adolescents and adults, and learning and skills in and knowledge of training in workplace environments.  

    Our graduates have expertise in communication in face-to-face and digital teaching and learning environments and the capacity to design and manage vocational education and training programs. They have an awareness of the value of open and lifelong learning and a predisposition to reflect upon and to accept professional responsibility for their own continuing education.

    Graduates have the ability to analyse and think critically and constructively about current developments in adult and vocational education and have strong training and research skills that enhance professional and workplace practice.

  • Career opportunities
    CSU's Bachelor of Adult and Vocational Education and Associate Degree in Adult and Vocational Education equip graduates with the knowledge and skills to enhance teaching in their technical or vocational area. Graduates develop expertise to teach at TAFE, non-TAFE providers of adult and vocational education and in industry as teachers, trainers, lecturers, learning facilitators or vocational education consultants.
  • Credit and pathways

    Credit for prior learning and credit for current competencies will be granted to eligible applicants.

    More about Credit

    All students receive:

    - A standard entry credit level package of 64 subject points. This is represented as VET08C Entry Level Vocational Credit. This credit is based on the following entry criteria: Certificate III as part of a completed apprenticeship leading to trade recognition and accreditation and a minimum of three years relevant industrial experience; or an advanced certificate (Certificate IV), associate diploma, diploma or the appropriate tertiary qualification and a minimum of three years relevant industrial experience; or possess other qualifications deemed to be equivalent by the Faculty.
    and
    An additional standard credit package of 16 points based on the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. This is represented as VET02C Certificate IV TAE40110 Credit - 16 subject points and will appear as a Forward Credit (FCR) conditional upon the successful completion of EEB312 Reflective Practice and Lifelong Learning. This credit is based on the following entry criteria: Provide evidence that they have completed, or are currently enrolled and completing, the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.

    (Note: students who receive the VET02C Forward Credit (FCR) on entry based on evidence of current enrolment and study in the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment must have completed the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment and provided a copy of their Certificate and transcript prior to enrolling in EEB312). 

    Other credit arrangements include:

    • If a student is in the process of completing the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment then proof of enrolment in this course needs to be provided at the point of Application for Admission to allow the VET02C Certificate IV TAE40110 FCR to be applied.
    • Students who possess the BSZ98 Certificate IV in Workplace Training & Assessment or the TAA40104 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment only, must upgrade to the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training & Assessment .
    • Credit for a partially completed (with no intention to fully complete) TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training & Assessment will not be granted.

     

    Graduates from the Canberra Institute of Technology Advanced Diploma of Adult Vocational Education, who meet the entry criteria and hold a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment  (TAE40110), may be eligible to be granted credit for a range of subjects that may include:

    • The standard entry credit level package of 64 subject points - this is represented as VET08C Entry Level Vocational Credit
    • VET02C Certificate IV TAE40110 Credit - 16 subject points that will appear as a Forward Credit (FCR) conditional upon the successful completion of EEB312 Reflective Practice and Lifelong Learning

    and the following subjects:

    • EML102 Written Communication - PCR
    • EEL120 Social Context of VET    - TCR  - based on TRNG 327 EDUTED601A Develop strategies to meet diverse learner needs and TRNG 324 EDUTED605A Network to support strategic directions

     

    Students from the Australian Defence Forces will receive credit for entry level vocational credit and may also be granted the additional standard VET02C credit as noted below :
     

    • The standard entry credit level package of 64 subject points. This is represented as VET08C Entry Level Vocational Credit;
    • VET02C Certificate IV TAE40110 Credit - 16 subject points that will appear as a Forward Credit (FCR) conditional upon the successful completion of EEB312 Reflective Practice and Lifelong Learning based on all of the following qualifications:
      - The  ARMY Training Supervisor Course and ARMY Recruit Instructor Course and ARMY Junior Leader Course and ARMY Qualified Assessor Course.

     

    Students who meet the entry criteria and hold a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment  (TAE40110) and are graduates of the TAE70111 Vocational Graduate Certificate in Adult Language, Literacy and Numeracy Practice or TAE70110 Vocational Graduate Certificate in Adult Language, Literacy and Numeracy Practice
     

    • The standard entry credit level package of 64 subject points - this is represented as VET08C Entry Level Vocational Credit;
    • VET02C Certificate IV TAE40110 Credit - 16 subject points that will appear as a Forward Credit (FCR) conditional upon the successful completion of EEB312 Reflective Practice and Lifelong Learning
    • EEB220 Language, Literacy and Numeracy in VET - TCR - based on: TAELLN703 Developing English language skills of adult learners or TAALLN703 Developing English language skills of adult learners
    • EEB311 Teaching Adult Literacy in VET - TCR - based on: TAELLN701A Analyse and apply adult literacy teaching practices or TAALLN701A Analyse and apply adult literacy teaching practices
    • EEB308 Teaching Adult Numeracy in VET - TCR - based on: TAELLN701A Analyse and apply adult numeracy teaching practices or TAALLN701A Analyse and apply adult numeracy teaching practices



     

  • Workplace learning

    There is a total of 200 hours of practicum across the program. These practicum hours include time for preparation of lesson plans and resources as well as evaluation and the delivery of training. Students are responsible for organising appropriate sites in which to undertake their practicum and need to meet any site-related requirements and associated costs.

    Please note that the following subjects have a Workplace Learning component:

    EPT320 High Level Facilitation Skills for Post Compulsory Education

    Working with Children Check

    All teacher education students in Australia must comply with the working with children legislation requirements of the state / country of where their placement is occurring. Students will be required to provide evidence to the Faculty of Education’s Professional Experience Unit of a Working with Children Check (WWCC) clearance letter prior to undertaking any placement in a school or early childhood service. The checks are intended to identify people who have convictions for such things as violence or sexual offences and who may put clients'/children’s personal safety or health at risk. Traffic violations and other minor offences are not of interest.

    Prospective students should be aware that not passing a Working with Children Check will make it difficult for them to complete a teacher education course satisfactorily because of the unavailability of suitable school or preschool professional experience placements.

    The Working with Children Check expires every five years. You will be required to ensure it remains current and valid to the end of the final placement in the course. Please note that a WWCC can take an extended period of time, so it is recommended that you commence the process early to prevent timing problems. The Australian Institute of Family Studies provides useful information and links relevant to the Australian states and territories. Information on the current Working with Children Check must be uploaded to the student’s information site on InPlace.

     

  • Subjects

    The below information is for new students. Current students should select their subjects by checking the Handbook for the year of their enrolment

    Course structure

    ASSOCIATE DEGREE IN ADULT AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION (3113VE)

    All students receive a standard entry credit level package of 64 subject points based on the entry criteria: a recognised vocational/professional qualification including: a Certificate III as part of a completed apprenticeship leading to trade recognition and accreditation and a minimum of three years relevant industrial experience; or an advanced certificate (Certificate IV), associate diploma, diploma or the appropriate tertiary qualification and a minimum of three years relevant industrial experience; or possess other qualifications deemed to be equivalent by the Faculty. This entry credit  is represented as VET08C Entry Level Vocational Credit. 

    Students in the Associate Degree in Adult and Vocational Education must provide evidence that they have completed, or are currently enrolled and completing, the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. This will attract an additional standard credit package represented as VET02C - Certificate IV TAE40110 Credit - 16 subject points and will appear as a Forward Credit (FCR) conditional upon the successful completion of the subject EEB312 Reflective Practice and Lifelong Learning. 

    The duration of the course in equivalent full time years is 0.75.

    NOTE: Students who receive the VET02C Forward Credit (FCR) based on evidence of current enrolment and study of the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment on entry must have completed the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment and provided a copy of their Certificate and transcript prior to enrolling in EEB312.

    Students will complete:
    Core Subjects
    EML102 Written Communication
    EEL120 Social Context of Vocational Education and Training
    IKC101 Indigenous Australian Cultures, Histories and Contemporary Realities
    EEL320 Learning Theories for Post Compulsory Education
    EEB312 Reflective Practice and Lifelong Learning #
    EPT320 High Level Facilitation Skills for Post Compulsory Education+


    BACHELOR OF ADULT AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION (with specialisations)

    All students receive a standard entry credit level package of 64 subject points based on the entry criteria: a recognised vocational/professional qualification including: a Certificate III as part of a completed apprenticeship leading to trade recognition and accreditation and a minimum of three years relevant industrial experience; or an advanced certificate (Certificate IV), associate diploma, diploma or the appropriate tertiary qualification and a minimum of three years relevant industrial experience; or possess other qualifications deemed to be equivalent by the Faculty. This entry credit  is represented as VET08C Entry Level Vocational Credit. 

    Students in the Bachelor of Adult and Vocational Education (with specialisations) must provide evidence that they have completed, or  are currently enrolled and completing, the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. This will attract an additional standard credit package represented as VET02C - Certificate IV TAE40110 Credit - 16 subject points and will appear as a Forward Credit (FCR) conditional upon the successful completion of the subject EEB312 Reflective Practice and Lifelong Learning.

    The duration of the course in equivalent full time years is 1.75.

    NOTE: Students who receive the VET02C Forward Credit (FCR) based on evidence of current enrolment and study of the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment on entry must have completed the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment and provided a copy of their Certificate and transcript prior to enrolling in EEB312.

    Students with tertiary qualifications and/or experience beyond the minimum level (a recognised technical/vocational qualification such as a recognised trade proficiency certificate (Certificate III), advanced certificate (Certificate IV), associate diploma, diploma or the appropriate tertiary qualification or equivalent, and a minimum of three years' relevant industrial experience) may be eligible for credit in some subjects. Note: A BSZ98 Certificate IV in Workplace Training and Assessment or a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAA 40104 or TAE 40110) will not count as a vocational qualification for entry purposes.


    BACHELOR OF ADULT AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION (3413AE)

    Students will complete fourteen (14) eight-point subjects (112 points) This is made up of six (6) core subjects and eight (8) restricted elective subjects as detailed below:

    Core Subjects
    EML102 Written Communication
    EEL120 Social Context of Vocational Education and Training
    IKC101 Indigenous Australian Cultures, Histories and Contemporary Realities
    EEL320 Learning Theories for Post Compulsory Education
    EEB312 Reflective Practice and Lifelong Learning #
    EPT320 High Level Facilitation Skills for Post Compulsory Education+

    and

    Restricted Electives
    And a further 64 points (equivalent to eight x 8-point subjects) comprising Elective subjects selected from:
    EEB220 Language, Literacy & Numeracy in Vocational Education and Training
    EEB308 Teaching Adult Numeracy in VET
    EEB311 Teaching Adult Literacy in VET
    EEB424 Workplace and Professional Literacy and Numeracy
    EEB429 Issues of LLN Practice in Adult and Vocational Education
    EEE404 Assessment Practices in Adult and Vocational Education
    ​EEL407 Mentoring/Workplace PD Strategies for VET
    EEP423 Constructing Effective Learning Environments for Adults
    EMT409 Technology for Adult Learning and Teaching
    EMV302 Adult and Vocational Education in Australia
    HRM310 Developing Human Resources
    HRM320 Issues in Human Resources Management
    HRM210 Human Resources Management
    HRM330 Strategic Human Resources Management

    Student must select 48 points (six subjects) from those listed above. With approval from the Course Director two subjects (16 points) may be selected from within or external to the University.
    Students completing the above study pattern will graduate with the Bachelor of Adult & Vocational Education – BAdult&VocEd


    BACHELOR OF ADULT AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION (LANGUAGE, LITERACY & NUMERACY) (3413LN)

    Students  will complete fourteen (14) eight-point subjects (112 points) This is made up of six (6) core subjects and eight (8) Adult Language, Literacy and Numeracy specialisation subjects as detailed below:

    Core Subjects
    EML102 Written Communication
    EEL120 Social Context of Vocational Education and Training
    IKC101 Indigenous Australian Cultures, Histories and Contemporary Realities
    EEL320 Learning Theories for Post Compulsory Education
    EEB312 Reflective Practice and Lifelong Learning #
    EPT320 High Level Facilitation Skills for Post Compulsory Education+

    and

    Specialisation – Adult Language, Literacy and Numeracy
    Eight subjects (64 points) made up of the following subjects:
    EEB220 Language, Literacy & Numeracy in Vocational Education and Training
    EEB308 Teaching Adult Numeracy in VET
    EEB311 Teaching Adult Literacy in VET
    EEB424 Workplace and Professional Literacy and Numeracy
    EEB429 Issues of LLN Practice in Adult and Vocational Education
    EEL407 Mentoring/Workplace PD Strategies for VET
    EEP423 Constructing Effective Learning Environments for Adults
    EMT409 Technology for Adult Learning and Teaching

    Students completing the above study pattern will graduate with the Bachelor of Adult & Vocational Education (Language, Literacy and Numeracy)– BAdult&Voc Ed(LLN)

     

    BACHELOR OF ADULT AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION (VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING) (3423VE)

    Students will complete fourteen (14) eight-point subjects (112 points) This is made up of six (6) core subjects and eight (8) Vocational Education and Training specialisation subjects as detailed below:

    Core Subjects
    EML102 Written Communication
    EEL120 Social Context of Vocational Education and Training
    IKC101 Indigenous Australian Cultures, Histories and Contemporary Realities
    EEL320 Learning Theories for Post Compulsory Education
    EEB312 Reflective Practice and Lifelong Learning #
    EPT320 High Level Facilitation Skills for Post Compulsory Education+

    and

    Specialisation – Vocational Education and Training
    Eight subjects (64 points) made up of the following subjects:
    EEB308 Teaching Adult Numeracy in VET
    EEB311 Teaching Adult Literacy in VET
    EEB424 Workplace and Professional Literacy and Numeracy
    EEE404 Assessment Practices in Adult and Vocational Education
    EEL407 Mentoring/Workplace PD Strategies for VET
    EEP423 Constructing Effective Learning Environments for Adults
    EMT409 Technology for Adult Learning and Teaching
    EMV302 Adult and Vocational Education in Australia

    Students completing the above study pattern will graduate with the Bachelor of Adult & Vocational Education (Vocational Education and Training) BAdultEd&Train(VocEd&Train)

     

    BACHELOR OF ADULT AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION (TRAINING SYSTEMS AND HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT) (3413TS)

    Students will complete fourteen (14) eight-point subjects (112 points) This is made up of six (6) core subjects and eight (8) Training Systems and Human Resources Management specialisation subjects as detailed below:

    Core Subjects
    EML102 Written Communication
    EEL120 Social Context of Vocational Education and Training
    IKC101 Indigenous Australian Cultures, Histories and Contemporary Realities
    EEL320 Learning Theories for Post Compulsory Education
    EEB312 Reflective Practice and Lifelong Learning #
    EPT320 High Level Facilitation Skills for Post Compulsory Education+

    and

    Specialisation – Training Systems and Human Resource Management
    Eight subjects (64 points) made up of the following subjects:
    EEE404 Assessment Practices in Adult and Vocational Education
    EEL407 Mentoring/Workplace PD Strategies for VET
    EEP423 Constructing Effective Learning Environments for Adults
    EMV302 Adult and Vocational Education in Australia
    HRM210 Human Resources Management
    HRM310 Developing Human Resources
    HRM320 Issues in Human Resources Management
    HRM330 Strategic Human Resources Management

    Students completing the above study pattern will graduate with the Bachelor of Adult & Vocational Education (Training Systems and Human Resource Management) BAdultVocEd(TrainSys&HRMgt)

    + These subjects have a workplace learning  component. .
    # Before enrolling in this subject, students must have completed a TAE 40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. Students must provide a certified copy of their certificate and transcript before enrolling in this subject.

    Key Subjects

    The key subjects which will apply from 201730 will be:

    Associate Degree in Adult and Vocational Education

    • IKC101 Indigenous Australian Cultures, Histories and Contemporary Realities
    • EEL120 Social Context of Vocational Education and Training
    • EEL320 Learning Theories for Post Compulsory Education

    Bachelor of Adult and Vocational Education (with specialisations)

    • IKC101 Indigenous Australian Cultures, Histories and Contemporary Realities
    • EEL120 Social Context of Vocational Education and Training
    • EEL320 Learning Theories for Post Compulsory Education
    Enrolment pattern

    Students should ensure they follow the pattern for the correct Session of commencement.

    ASSOCIATE DEGREE IN ADULT AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION


    PART-TIME DE

    Commencing in Session 1

    Year 1 - Session 1
    EML102 Written Communication
    EEL120 Social Context of VET
    Year 1 - Session 2
    IKC101 Indigenous Australian Cultures, Histories and Contemporary Realities
    EEL320 Learning Theories for Post Compulsory Education
    Year 2 - Session 1
    EEB312 Reflective Practice and Lifelong Learning #
    EPT320 High Level Facilitation Skills for Post Compulsory Education


    FULLTIME DE
    Commencing in Session 1

    Year 1 - Session 1
    EML102 Written Communication
    EEL120 Social Context of VET
    EEL320 Learning Theories for Post Compulsory Education
    IKC101 Indigenous Australian Cultures, Histories and Contemporary Realities
    Year 1 - Session 2
    EEB312 Reflective Practice and Lifelong Learning #
    EPT320 High Level Facilitation Skills for Post Compulsory Education


    PART-TIME DE
    Commencing in Session 2

    Year 1 - Session 2
    EML102 Written Communication
    EEL120 Social Context of VET

    Year 2 - Session 1
    EEL320 Learning Theories for Post Compulsory Education
    IKC101 Indigenous Australian Cultures, Histories and Contemporary Realities
    Year 2 - Session 2
    EEB312 Reflective Practice and Lifelong Learning #
    EPT320 High Level Facilitation Skills for Post Compulsory Education
     

    FULLTIME DE
    Commencing in Session 2

    Year 1 - Session 2
    EML102 Written Communication
    EEL120 Social Context of VET
    EEL320 Learning Theories for Post Compulsory Education
    EPT320 High Level Facilitation Skills for Post Compulsory Education
    Year 1 - Session 3 *
    EEB312 Reflective Practice and Lifelong Learning #
    IKC101 Indigenous Australian Cultures, Histories and Contemporary Realities

    Associate Degree in Adult and Vocational Education
    PART-TIME DE
    Commencing in Session 3

    Year 1 - Session 3
    EML102 Written Communication
    EEL120 Social Context of VET

    Year 2 - Session 1
    EEL320 Learning Theories for Post Compulsory Education
    IKC101 Indigenous Australian Cultures, Histories and Contemporary Realities
    Year 2 - Session 2
    EEB312 Reflective Practice and Lifelong Learning #
    EPT320 High Level Facilitation Skills for Post Compulsory Education

     

    FULLTIME DE
    Commencing in Session 3

    Year 1 - Session 3
    EML102 Written Communication
    EEL120 Social Context of VET
    EEL320 Learning Theories for Post Compulsory Education
     

    Year 2 - Session 1
    EPT320 High Level Facilitation Skills for Post Compulsory Education
    EEB312 Reflective Practice and Lifelong Learning #
    EPT320 High Level Facilitation Skills for Post Compulsory Education

    * this does not constitute a fulltime study load
    # Before enrolling in this subjects must have completed a TAE 40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. Students must provide a certified copy of their certificate and transcript before enrolling in this subject.

     

    BACHELOR OF ADULT AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION (with Specialisations)

    • Bachelor of Adult and Vocational Education - 3413AE
    • Bachelor of Adult and Vocational Education (Vocational Education and Training) - 3423VE
    • Bachelor of Adult and Vocational Education (Language, Literacy and Numeracy)  - 3413LN 
    • Bachelor of Adult and Vocational Education (Training Systems and Human Resource Management - 3413TS

     

    Bachelor of Adult and Vocational Education (with specialisations)

    PART-TIME DE
    Commencing in Session 1

    Year 1 - Session 1
    EML102 Written Communication
    EEL120 Social Context of VET
    Year 1 - Session 2
    EEL320 Learning Theories for Post Compulsory Education
    IKC101 Indigenous Australian Cultures, Histories and Contemporary Realities
    Year 2 - Session 1
    EEB312 Reflective Practice and Lifelong Learning #
    EPT320 High Level Facilitation Skills for Post Compulsory Education
    Year 2 - Session 2
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject

    Year 3 - Session 1
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject
    Year 3 - Session 2
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject

    Year 4 - Session 1
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject

     

    FULLTIME DE
    Commencing in Session 1

    Year 1 - Session 1
    EML102 Written Communication
    EEL120 Social Context of VET
    EEL320 Learning Theories for Post Compulsory Education
    IKC101 Indigenous Australian Cultures, Histories and Contemporary Realities
    Year 1 - Session 2
    EEB312 Reflective Practice and Lifelong Learning #
    EPT320 High Level Facilitation Skills for Post Compulsory Education
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject

    Year 2 - Session 1
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject
    Year 2 - Session 2 *
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject


    PART-TIME DE
    Commencing in Session 2

    Year 1 - Session 2
    EML102 Written Communication
    EEL120 Social Context of VET

    Year 2 - Session 1
    EEL320 Learning Theories for Post Compulsory Education
    IKC101 Indigenous Australian Cultures, Histories and Contemporary Realities
    Year 2 - Session 2
    EEB312 Reflective Practice and Lifelong Learning #
    EPT320 High Level Facilitation Skills for Post Compulsory Education

    Year 3 - Session 1
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject
    Year 3 - Session 2
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject

    Year 4 - Session 1
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject
    Year 4 - Session 2
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject

     

    FULLTIME DE
    Commencing in Session 2

    Year 1 - Session 2
    EML102 Written Communication
    EEL120 Social Context of VET
    EEL320 Learning Theories for Post Compulsory Education
    IKC101 Indigenous Australian Cultures, Histories and Contemporary Realities

    Year 2 - Session 1
    EEB312 Reflective Practice and Lifelong Learning #
    EPT320 High Level Facilitation Skills for Post Compulsory Education
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject
    Year 2 - Session 2
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject

    Year 3 - Session 1 *
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject

     

    PART-TIME DE
    Commencing in Session 3

    Year 1 - Session 3
    EML102 Written Communication
    EEL120 Social Context of VET

    Year 2 - Session 1
    EEL320 Learning Theories for Post Compulsory Education
    IKC101 Indigenous Australian Cultures, Histories and Contemporary Realities
    Year 2 - Session 2
    EEB312 Reflective Practice and Lifelong Learning #
    EPT320 High Level Facilitation Skills for Post Compulsory Education
    Year 3 - Session 1
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject
    Year 3 - Session 2
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject

    Year 4 - Session 1
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject
    Year 4 - Session 2
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject
    [             ] Restricted Elective or Specialisation subject

    * this does not constitute a fulltime study load
    # Before enrolling in this subjects must have completed a TAE 40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. Students must provide a certified copy of their certificate and transcript before enrolling in this subject.

    Restricted Elective/Specialisation subjects.

    Students in the general Bachelor of Adult and Vocational Education degree will select Elective subjects as noted below. Students undertaking a specialisation must include all subjects noted in the relevant specialisation for their program as listed below. 

    Restricted Electives 

    Students enrolled in the general Bachelor of Adult and Vocational Education will select 64 points (equivalent to eight x 8-point subjects) comprising Elective subjects selected from:
    EEB220 Language, Literacy & Numeracy in Vocational Education and Training
    EEB308 Teaching Adult Numeracy in VET
    EEB311 Teaching Adult Literacy in VET
    EEB424 Workplace and Professional Literacy and Numeracy
    EEB429 Issues of LLN Practice in Adult and Vocational Education
    EEE404 Assessment Practices in Adult and Vocational Education
    EEL407 Mentoring/Workplace PD Strategies for VET
    EEP423 Constructing Effective Learning Environments for Adults
    EMT409 Technology for Adult Learning and TeachingHRM310 Developing Human Resources
    EMV302 Adult and Vocational Education in Australia
    HRM210 Human Resources Management
    HRM310 IDeveloping Human Resources
    HRM320 Issues in Human Resources Management
    HRM330 Strategic Human Resources Management

    Student must select 48 points (six subjects) from those listed above. With approval from the Course Director two subjects (16 points) may be selected from within, or external to, the University. Students completing the above study pattern will graduate with the Bachelor of Adult & Vocational Education –  BAdultVocEd

    Specialisations

    Vocational Education and Training

    EEB308 Teaching Adult Numeracy in VET
    EEB311 Teaching Adult Literacy in VET
    EEB424 Workplace and Professional Literacy and Numeracy
    EEE404 Assessment Practices in Adult and Vocational Education
    EEL407 Mentoring/Workplace PD Strategies for VET
    EEP423 Constructing Effective Learning Environments for Adults
    EMT409 Technology for Adult Learning and Teaching
    EMV302 Adult and Vocational Education in Australia

    Students completing the above study pattern will graduate with the Bachelor of Adult & Vocational Education (Vocational Education and Training)  BAdultVocEd (VocEd&Train)

    Adult Language, Literacy and Numeracy

    EEB220 Language, Literacy & Numeracy in Vocational Education and Training
    EEB308 Teaching Adult Numeracy in VET
    EEB311 Teaching Adult Literacy in VET
    EEB424 Workplace and Professional Literacy and Numeracy
    EEB429 Issues of LLN Practice in Adult and Vocational Education
    EEL407 Mentoring/Workplace PD Strategies for VET
    EEP423 Constructing Effective Learning Environments for Adults
    EMT409 Technology for Adult Learning and Teaching

    Students completing the above study pattern will graduate with the Bachelor of Adult & Vocational Education (Adult Language, Literacy and Numeracy)  BAdultVocEd (LLN)

    Training Systems and Human Resource Management

    EEE404 Assessment Practices in Adult and Vocational Education
    EEL407 Mentoring/Workplace PD Strategies for VET
    EEP423 Constructing Effective Learning Environments for Adults
    EMV302 Adult and Vocational Education in Australia
    HRM210 Human Resources Management
    HRM310 Developing Human Resources
    HRM320 Issues in Human Resources Management
    HRM330 Strategic Human Resources Management

    Students completing the above study pattern will graduate with the Bachelor of Adult & Vocational Education (Training Systems and Human Resource Management) BAdultVocEd(TrainSys&HRMgt)

  • Admission information

    Students must have a recognised vocational qualification as noted below:

    - a Certificate III as part of a completed apprenticeship leading to trade recognition and accreditation and a minimum of three years relevant industrial experience;
    or
    - an advanced certificate (Certificate IV), associate diploma, diploma or the appropriate tertiary qualification and a minimum of three years relevant industrial experience;
    or
    - possess other qualifications deemed to be equivalent by the Faculty.
    and
    - provide evidence that they have completed, or are currently enrolled and completing, the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.

     

    Students who hold a Diploma of Teaching (Technical) or a three year teaching diploma outside the VET sector are also eligible to apply.

    NOTE: A Certificate IV in Workplace Training & Assessment (BSZ98) or a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAA40104 or TAE40110) does not count as a vocational qualification for entry purposes.

    NOTE: Students who receive the VET02C Forward Credit (FCR) based on evidence of current enrolment and study of the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment on entry must have completed the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment and provided a copy of their Certificate and transcript prior to enrolling in EEB312.

     

    See standard CSU admission criteria

  • Cost of study

    Fees are relevant for 2016 only and are subject to change in future years. Tuition fees quoted do not include the Student Services and Amenities Fee.

    In some instances a tax deduction may be claimed for self education expenses. Please seek independent qualified taxation advice.

    Tuition costs
    Commonwealth supported place

    You will make a student contribution (formerly HECS) towards the cost of your tuition fees. Commonwealth supported places may be limited for this course.

    Options:

    1. Defer your payment using a HECS-HELP loan, which is repaid through the taxation system once your income reaches a certain threshold
    2. Pay your student contribution fee up-front each session
    6240*Student contribution fee for your first year of study

    * This is an estimated fee for your first year of study based on a full-time study load (eight 8 point subjects). Should you be studying less than eight subjects in your first year, the fees would be decreased proportionally. This figure excludes the Student Services and Amenities fee. If your entire course is less than the equivalent of one year of full-time study, then the figure displayed is calculated as a percentage of a full-time study load e.g. 50%.

    More about Commonwealth supported places

    This course is not available to international students.

  • Course details
    Enrol TypeModeCampusFee typeSession1Session2Session3Admission CodeStudy area
    DirectDistance EducationWagga Wagga
    CGSYYY
    EEVVBachelor of Adult and Vocational Education
    DirectDistance EducationWagga WaggaCGSYYY
    EELL
    Bachelor of Adult and Vocational Education (Language, Literacy and Numeracy)
    DirectDistance EducationWagga WaggaCGS
    Y
    Y
    Y
    EETS
    Bachelor of Adult and Vocational Education (Training Systems and Human Resources Management)
    Direct
    Distance Education
    Wagga Wagga
    CGS
    Y
    Y
    Y
    EEVE
    Bachelor of Adult and Vocational Education (Vocational Education and Training)
    Graduation requirements

    To graduate, students must satisfactorily complete 192 points for the Bachelor degree.

  • How to apply
    Apply direct to CSU

    An online application to CSU takes about 15 minutes to complete. Find out more

    Apply online

    This course is not available to international students.

    Thinking of deferring?

    Find out more about deferral

  • Preparing for Study

    STUDY LINK

    This School recommends any of the following short, self-paced, online STUDY LINK subjects to students who wish to reinforce knowledge and skills prior to starting at CSU:

    • SSS021 - Transition to University Study
    • SSS026 - Developing Skills in Information Technology
    • SSS033 - Transition from TAFE / VET to University (F2F Workshop)

    Any of the following subjects are recommended for students who wish to improve the areas of writing and grammar prior to starting at CSU:

    • SSS022 - Writing at University
    • SSS024 - Grammar Essentials for Writing at University
    • SSS030 - Academic English for Australian Tertiary Studies (International and English as Second Language Learners)
    • SSS031 - Academic Writing Skills (F2F Workshop)
    • SSS034 - Essay Writing – Style and Structure
    These subjects are particularly useful for those people who feel that they may have knowledge gaps and need a refresher because they have not studied for some time. STUDY LINK subjects are free for CSU Commonwealth-supported students as soon as they accept their offer of a place; small fees apply for others. They are non-credit bearing subjects.  A Subject Coordinator assists students with any questions. The full subject list and enrolment forms are on the STUDY LINK website.
  • Academic expectations

    For each 8 point subject at CSU, students should normally expect to spend between 140-160 hours engaged in the specified learning and assessment activities (such as attending lectures or residential schools, assigned readings, tutorial assistance, individual or group research/study, forum activity, workplace learning, assignments or examinations). The student workload for some subjects may vary from these norms as a result of approved course design.

    Students will be assessed on the basis of completed assignments, examinations, workplace learning, or other methods as outlined in specific subject outlines.

    Where applicable, students are responsible for travel and accommodation costs involved in workplace learning experiences, or attending residential schools (distance education students).

    Expectations relating to academic, workplace learning, time and cost requirements for specific subjects are provided in the subject abstracts and in course materials.

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