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Course

Guide

cit.edu.au CRICOS No. 00001K – RTO Code 0101

CIT

Course Guide

Canberra Institute

of Technology

GPO Box 826,

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CIT Student Services

(for all your enquiries)

(02) 6207 3188

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under the Copyright Act 1968, no part may be reproduced by any process without prior written permission from CIT.

Requests and inquiries concerning reproduction and rights should be addressed to the Copyright Officer, Canberra Institute of Technology, GPO Box 826, Canberra ACT 2601 or email copyrightCIT@cit.edu.au Not all courses are on offer at the same time. Canberra Institute of Technology reserves the right not to offer courses where there are insufficient student enrolments.

Concept, design and layout by Canberra Institute of Technology, CIT Marketing.

Provider: 0101 CRICOS: 00001K ABN 432 737 969 90 Contents 4 Why choose CIT?

5 Study abroad 6 CIT services How to Apply 8 Applying and enrolling 9 Application types 10 Course fees and fee assistance 11 Pathways to further training and university 12 Apprenticeships and traineeships 14 Skills Recognition 15 Skilled Capital Course Areas 16 Foundation Skills 17 ACT Senior Secondary Certificate (Year 12) 18 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies 20 Art – Design 24 Automotive 26 Beauty – Hairdressing 28 Building – Construction 34 Business – Management – Accounting 40 Communication – Media – Music 42 Community – Children – Disability 48 Culinary 50 Electrical – Plumbing 54 Engineering – Metal Fabrication 56 English as a Second Language 58 Fitness – Sport – Massage 60 Health 62 Horticulture – Floristry 64 Hospitality – Tourism – Events 70

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VET FEE-HELP

STUDY NOW, PAY LATER WITH VET FEE-HELP

If you need help with the cost of study, the Australian Government offers a loan scheme allowing you to study now, pay later through VET FEE-HELP.

VET FEE-HELP is available on most CIT diplomas and advanced diplomas*. Talk to CIT today about your VET FEE-HELP options.

*Conditions apply

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CIT services – here to help you CIT Student Services Counselling CIT Student Services is located on each campus and can assist you Current CIT students have access to a free and confidential with the administrative side of your study journey. CIT Student counselling service. Our counsellors specialise in helping you to Services provides administration support to current, future and enhance your study skills, reduce your exam anxiety, set goals past students including for applications, enrolments, program and deal with any personal problems which may be affecting your information, awards, fees and general enquiries. Staff are also study. CIT counsellors are trained and experienced psychologists, available to offer you advice on fee assistance, scholarships, and social workers or counsellors. Counselling sessions and client files help put you in touch with other CIT support services. If you’re are fully confidential. Bookings are usually required, and can be not sure where to go for help, CIT Student Services is your best made via phone or email.

starting place.

Phone: (02) 6207 3290 Phone: (02) 6207 3188 Email: infoline@cit.edu.au Email: CIT.Student.Support@cit.edu.au

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Step1 Are you study ready?

At CIT your success is our priority. Whether you are ‘study ready’ or your foundation skills (reading, writing and using numbers) could be strengthened, we can help you build your industry skills and knowledge. Check the strength of your foundation skills by taking this free, confidential online language, literacy and numeracy assessment by visiting cit.edu.au/studyready Step 2 Apply for a Unique Student Identifier (USI) It is a requirement that all new and continuing CIT students who are registering into any nationally recognised vocational education and training (VET) course in Australia (or overseas from an Australian-registered provider) have a Unique Student Identifier (USI).

Visit USI.gov.au to apply securely online, at no cost.

Step 3 Applying Once you have selected your course, you APPLY to study at CIT. You can apply either online or via hardcopy.

– Select your course – Check the application type as listed in the course information on the website – Either apply online or by completing a hardcopy application. If you are completing a hardcopy application form you will need to scan and email it to infoline@cit.edu.au, post it to CIT Student Services, GPO Box 826, Canberra 2601 or bring it in person to any CIT Student Services location.

Step 4 Enrolling into your subjects Once you have been accepted to study your chosen course, you must ENROL into your subjects.

To enrol you will either:

a) attend an on-campus enrolment session – enrolment will be either paper-based or online in a computer laboratory





b) enrol online – to do this you will need the class reference numbers (CRNs). These are available either in the course information on the CIT website or are provided to you by the teacher.

Note: Some courses allow you to enrol at any time – follow the directions on the course information page on the CIT website. After enrolling you will be issued with a student invoice outlining your course fees and the date they are due for payment.

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For more information about applying and enrolling contact CIT Student Services via email at infoline@cit.edu.au or by phoning (02) 6207 3188. Note: Canberra Institute of Technology reserves the right not to offer courses where there are insufficient student enrolments.

Application types for CIT courses It is important for you to take note of the Application Type on the course information page of the course you have chosen to study as you will be asked for this information throughout the online application process.

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PATHWAYS TO FURTHER TRAINING AND UNIVERSITY

CIT has pathways from school or college to CIT and then onto university.

Graduates of the majority of CIT diplomas and advanced diplomas have the opportunity to obtain credit towards a university degree, with great pathway options to the University of Canberra, Charles Sturt University, Australian National University, Australian Catholic University, and others. Contact CIT Student Services for pathway information.

Email infoline@cit.edu.au or phone (02) 6207 3188.

Apprenticeships and traineeships Get straight into the workforce and gain skills on the job with an apprenticeship or traineeship.

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Australian Apprenticeships are an ACT Government training initiative, funded by the ACT and Australian Governments

HOW MUCH WILL MY APPRENTICESHIP COST?

Apprenticeships and traineeships are generally divided into CIT can also give you the basic skills to get you the edge stages, and each stage has different costs which reflect the in gaining a traineeship. We offer, for example, a range of more complex skills you learn as well as the equipment and computer and business courses which give you the basic skills materials you use. that employers are now looking for.

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Skilled Capital The ACT Government’s Skilled Capital training initiative is aimed at improving access to high quality training in areas of skills need and maximising improved employment outcomes for students. A comprehensive range of support services are also in place to ensure students receive the help they need to successfully complete their chosen qualification.

To see the list of CIT qualifications offered under the Skilled Capital Initiative visit cit.edu.au/skilledcapital Foundation Skills CIT’s foundation skills courses teach reading, writing and maths for work or study, computing skills, job seeking strategies, preparation for work, communication skills, problem solving and study skills.

They provide a focus on the needs of the learner in a relaxed learning environment, and can be adapted to different learning contexts.

CIT also offers General Education for Adults courses aimed to re-engage adult learners in the learning experience and promote social engagement and interaction, and develop literacy and numeracy skills. These courses are well suited to those wishing to study ACT Year 12, enter an apprenticeship, complete an alternative Year 10 program, or continue in further study at CIT.

Access to Vocational Pathways Certificate I (FSK10113) PT CIT Bruce CIT Gungahlin CIT Tuggeranong

Campus:

Public

Application Type:

Duration: The duration of this course is approx. 12 months studying part-time, depending on the subjects chosen and the number of classes attended.

General Education for Adults Certificate III (22238VIC) FT CIT Bruce CIT Gungahlin CIT Tuggeranong

Campus:

Public

Application Type:

Duration: Most students are able to complete this program in one year full-time (approx. 15 hours per week in class however, independent learning is also required.

General Education for Adults Certificate II (22237VIC) FT CIT Bruce CIT Gungahlin CIT Tuggeranong

Campus:

Public

Application Type:

Duration: This course is delivered using self-paced learning resources and is flexible in its delivery.

Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways Certificate II (FSK20113) FT/PT CIT Bruce CIT Gungahlin CIT Tuggeranong

Campus:

Duration: The duration of this course is approx. 12 months studying part-time, depending on the subjects chosen and the number of classes attended.

Skills for Vocational Pathways Certificate I (FSK10213) PT CIT Bruce CIT Gungahlin CIT Tuggeranong

Campus:

Public

Application Type:

Duration: The duration of this course is approx. 12 months studying part-time, depending on the subjects chosen and the number of classes attended.

ACT Senior Secondary Certificate (Year 12) The CIT Year 12 program is designed so you can learn in an adult environment with skilled educators and vocational professionals. You can access career advice, student counselling and academic support. Once you start your Year 12 program with CIT, the sky is the limit.

Move into your career of choice or continue onto a professional trade or further study at CIT or university. The program is designed so you can study just the subjects you need, or complete the full ACT Year 12 Certificate and receive an ATAR. Mature students can complete an abridged Year 12 package in just one year.

To study Year 12 at CIT in 2017 you will need to complete a skills evaluation and attend an enrolment session.

ACT Senior Secondary Certificate (Year 12) Certificate FT/PT CIT Bruce

Campus:

Public

Application Type:

Duration: For adults, 1 year full-time (approx. 20 hours per week) or part-time equivalent. For other students, completion time will depend on individual circumstances.

Not all courses are on offer at the same time. Please visit cit.edu.au for the most up-to-date information and for course availability.

Course information and costs are correct at time of printing (July 2016).

Note: Canberra Institute of Technology reserves the right not to offer courses where there are insufficient student enrolments.

Aboriginal andTorres Strait Islander Studies

CIT Yurauna Centre is CIT’s dedicated Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander learning and support centre as well as an informal gathering place for Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander students and our non-Indigenous friends.

Yurauna is a Wiradjuri word meaning ‘to grow’.

Our Aboriginal teachers and staff can help you grow in your knowledge, abilities and confidence and help you along the path to your career of choice through skills training, advice and cultural support.

We can help you develop skills from basic reading and writing to creative writing and cultural art to help you tell your story and express your culture in a supportive, community-focused environment.

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Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Cultural Arts Certificate IV (CUA40615) FT/PT CIT Reid

Campus:

Public

Application Type:

Duration: 2 semesters full-time (approx. 18 hours per week) OR part-time equivalent.

Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Cultural Arts Certificate II (CUA20415) FT/PT CIT Reid

Campus:

Public

Application Type:

Duration: 1 semester full-time (approx. 19 hours per week) OR part-time equivalent.

Alcohol and Other Drugs Certificate IV (CHC43215) FT/PT CIT Reid

Campus:

Public

Application Type:

Duration: Approx. 8 hours of classes per week - part-time and additional self-directed study will be required.

General Education for Adults Certificate II (22237VIC) FT/PT CIT Reid

Campus:

Public

Application Type:

Duration: Self-paced program, 1 semester full-time (approx. 15 hours per week) OR 2 semesters part-time.

General Education for Adults Certificate I (22236VIC) FT/PT CIT Reid

Campus:

Public

Application Type:

Duration: Self-paced program, 1 semester full-time (approx. 15 hours per week) OR 2 semesters part-time.

General Education for Adults Introductory Certificate I (22235VIC) FT/PT CIT Reid

Campus:

Public

Application Type:

Duration: Self-paced program, 1 semester full-time (approx. 15 hours per week) OR 2 semesters part-time.



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