Certificate II courses prepare you for entry-level positions or apprenticeships in a variety of industries.
As well as providing basic knowledge, a Certificate II demonstrates to a potential employer that you are actively interested in their industry.
|Knowledge||Graduates at this level will have basic factual, technical and procedural knowledge of a defined area of work and learning.|
|Skills||Graduates at this level will have basic cognitive, technical and communication skills to apply appropriate methods, tools, materials and readily available information to:
undertake defined activities
|Application of knowledge and skills||Graduates at this level will apply knowledge and skills to demonstrate autonomy and limited judgement in structured and stable contexts and within narrow parameters.|
|AQF length||0.5-1 year (600-1200 nominal hours)|