This qualification reflects the role of individuals who work as salon assistants and are competent in communicating in the workplace, interacting with and providing service to clients and assistance to colleagues. They perform routine functions under direct supervision as part of a hairdressing team.
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Students will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of learning activities including
The salon assistant course is run in a purpose-built hairdressing salon, where practical tasks are completed on both mannequins and live models. To be successful in the salon assistant course students will need to participate in all class activities and be present in class. Students will also be expected to complete some activities and assignments in their own time. On successful completion of this VET course, students will achieve SHB20216 Certificate II in Salon Assistant and this may make them more attractive to employers when applying to be apprentice hairdressers. Students will also have obtained skills and knowledge which will benefit them in other industries.
The Certificate III in Health Services Assistance - Introduction to Nursing course offers a range of opportunities for students to learn and experience the role nurses and other health professionals perform within the health services system. This course is designed for students with a focus on taking a vocational pathway either towards work as a carer or progress to further TAFE based study towards qualifying as an Enrolled Nurse or other health professional.
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The Introduction to Nursing course can be structured as a one or two year program. Both programs provide two full days of face-to-face time with the teacher, practical placements at a health facility and work readiness development.
In the first year students can:
If students choose to continue into the second year of the program they can:
Students will be awarded statements of attainment for any units they are competent in within this qualification. They will also participate in work placements within the relevant health field. This has the potential to set students up for future employment or studies within the nursing or the broader health services.
This qualification reflects the role of individuals who apply the skills and knowledge to work in the sport and recreation industry under supervision.
Likely functions for those with this qualification include providing support in delivering sport and recreation programs, grounds and facilities maintenance, retail, customer service assistance and administrative assistance. This may include work in fitness centres, outdoor sporting grounds or complexes or aquatic centres.
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The Certificate II in Sport and Recreation is run in conjunction with the Bayview Sports High Performance Centre. Tasks are completed using a combination of practical activities and theoretical work. To be successful in the Sport and Recreation course students will need to participate in all class activities and be present in class. Students will also be expected to complete some activities and assignments in their own time. On successful completion of this VET course, students will achieve SIS20115 Certificate II in Sport and Recreation. This may make them more attractive to employers when applying for employment in the sport and recreation industry. Students will also have obtained many skills and knowledge which will benefit them in other industries.
This qualification reflects the role of instructors who perform a range of activities and functions within the fitness industry. Depending on the specialisation chosen, this qualification provides a pathway to work as an instructor providing exercise instruction for group, aqua or gym programs.
They work independently with some level of autonomy in a controlled environment such as fitness, leisure, aquatic and community centres where risks are managed through pre-existing risk assessment and hazard control processes.
Individuals who specialise in Aqua Exercise Instruction deliver water-based exercise sessions designed for participation by a group of clients. Sessions may be freestyle, pre-choreographed or circuit style. They also have the skills to rescue a client in distress, and an appropriate level of pool deck fitness and endurance.
Individuals who specialise in Group Exercise Instruction deliver exercise sessions designed for participation by a group of clients with a mix of ages/fitness levels. Sessions may be freestyle, pre-choreographed or circuit style. These individuals instruct and demonstrate complete exercise sessions to groups with limited individual interaction.
Individuals who specialise in Gym Instruction provide individually tailored client assessments, provide technique correction as needed, and develop and demonstrate programs. They also provide supervision of a facility or service, keep equipment clean, tidy and well maintained, and handle various customer inquiries.
This course will build creative thinking and problem-solving skills that can be applied to a variety of organisations within the creative industries; from The Arts to start-up organisations. Students will be introduced to creative design thinking fundamentals. These skills can be used to design and invent unique and entrepreneurial solutions to a variety of complex problems within existing industries. This may be through products such as videos, new applications, inventions, and concept designs. As the world is rapidly changing and evolving, these skills are regarded globally as key skills for the 21st century.
The course is delivered by Bayview Secondary College on behalf of Swinburne University of Technology in conjunction with LiveTiles, specialising in user experience interfaces and products with offices in Hobart, Sydney, Seattle, and New York. This unique partnership allows students to access industry knowledge, skills, and trends that are guaranteed to give a leading educational edge.
Certificate II in Creative Industries is structured as a 300-hour, one-year program. It provides two full days per week of face-to-face time with teachers from Bayview Secondary College on behalf of Swinburne University and work placmeents at LiveTiles. Teaching and assessment materials are delivered face-to-face with a blend of paper-based and online-learning tasks. Successful completion of the certification can lead to further creative and design thinking studies such as the Certificate III in Design Fundamentals and the Certificate IV in Design.
The Certificate II in Creative Industries offers students the opportunity to develop and apply critical and creative problem-solving skills in both traditional and technology focused areas to solve a variety of user experience issues. Real life scenarios such as building design and community lifestyle design will be investigated over the year with students developing their own ideas and inventions as solutions. Students will also learn how to manage digital media products and to deliver services to customers.
Kick start your career in the civil construction or engineering industry with this course!
Civil construction is a branch of the construction industry involved with the construction and maintenance of both natural and physically built environments such as roads, railways, buildings, water reservoirs, subdivisions, airports, bridges, sewer systems, tunnels and dams. Qualified civil construction workers are in high demand to work on major infrastructure projects. This qualification reflects the roles of individuals who perform basic procedures, using practical skills and fundamental operational knowledge, and takes some responsibility for the quality of work outcomes.
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Training for this course will be conducted in a purpose built, trade training facility located at Bayview Secondary College on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Students will practice and complete practical skills at this facility related to the units of competency being delivered. To supplement training, students may be taken to alternative learning facilities or workplaces to complete tasks related to the course. On successful completion of this course students will achieve RII20115 Resource and Infrastructure Work Preparation. This may make students more appealing to employers when applying for positions in the civil construction industry. Students may also wish to explore further training in industry specific certificate III courses.
This course is designed for individuals who require further foundation skills development to prepare for workforce entry or vocational training pathways. It is a highly transferable and flexible certification that may suit students that are still deciding what learning pathway or industry they would like to pursue. Students will have the opportunity to complete first aid and ‘white card’* certifications as well as participate in an industry work placement of their choosing in the latter part of the year.
It is suitable for individuals who require:
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