If you're a recent TAFE/VET student entering CSU, this workshop will give you the background and skills required for successful uni study. In addition to this, you will benefit from face-to-face interaction with your subject coordinator (and fellow students) at our intensive weekend workshop. Even if you're coming to university from a non TAFE/VET background, this workshop can be a valuable introduction to university life and study!

Topics you will cover over the weekend include:

  • Expectations;
  • Academic expectations;
  • Culture;
  • Language;
  • University structure and support systems;
  • Academic literacy;
  • Reading;
  • Transition to theoretical and critical thinking; and,
  • On-line learning and information literacy.

Study Link Intensive weekend workshops are completely self-contained - there are no pre or post workshop activities to complete. Enrol and come along for a valuable two days of learning!

Please note: From February 2018 onwards, this workshop will be held at United Theological College (UTC), North Parramatta campus. Please see the workshops page for workshop dates and more information.

Subject availability
Session CRN Subject code Subject name Mode Campus/Location Term begins Application closing date Term ends
201945 224 SSS033 Transition from TAFE/VET Face-to-face United Theological College 18/02/2019 7/06/2019 16/08/2019

Please note: You can start any time to suit you between Term start date and the close of applications.

Study material: 14 hrs

Subject Coordinator: Anne Clark

Anne Clark

This subject will be useful if you're studying:

  • Agricultural and Wine Sciences
  • Allied Health and Pharmacy
  • Animal and Veterinary Sciences
  • Business
  • Communication and Creative Industries
  • Engineering
  • Environmental Science and Outdoor Recreation
  • Exercise and Sports Sciences
  • Humanities, Social Work and Human Services
  • Information and Library Studies

  • Information Technology, Computing and Mathematics
  • Medical Science and Dentistry
  • Nursing, Midwifery and Indigenous Health
  • Policing, Law, Security, Customs and Emergency Management
  • Psychology
  • Science
  • Teaching and Education
  • Theology and Islamic studies