What is a Certificate III equivalent to?

What is a Certificate III equivalent to?

Certificates I to II provide basic vocational skills and knowledge that can launch your career. Certificates III to IV provide more advanced skills and knowledge for a career. Certificate IV is often considered the equivalent of six to 12 months of degree study.

What courses are free at TAFE WA?

Free courses

  • Agriculture, Animals, Science and the Environment Building and Construction Business and Finance Education and Community Services Health, Beauty and Fitness Hospitality, Tourism and Events Maritime and Logistics.
  • Blended Delivery Flexible On campus Online.
  • Free* Infection control Online Skill sets.

Is a Certificate 3 higher than a Diploma?

To help students begin studies at the right level, TAFE courses enable students to upscale. This means going from a Certificate II, to a Certificate III, to a Certificate IV, then on to a Diploma, etc. Not everyone will start at the lowest level. TAFE NSW courses are developed in consultation with industry.

Is a Cert III a qualification?

The purpose of the Certificate III qualification type is to qualify individuals who apply a broad range of knowledge and skills in varied contexts to undertake skilled work and as a pathway for further learning. Certificate III qualifications are located at level 3 of the Australian Qualifications Framework.

Is Certificate 3 or 4 better?

A Certificate IV or Diploma is a higher level of vocational education and training, and can be a good way to hone your technical, problem solving and decision making skills. These are more in-depth qualifications than a Certificate III and are designed to prepare you for specialist roles or supervisory positions.

Is Cert III higher than year 12?

In terms of volume of learning, certificate IIs are not equivalent to Year 12; certificate IIIs remain in contention. For females, certificate IIIs — but not certificate IIs — are equivalent to Year 12 completion in terms of full-time employment or being in full-time employment or study.

Which courses are free in WA?

Which courses are free in WA?

  • Certificate III in Agricultural Mechanical Technology.
  • Certificate III in Automotive Electrical Technology.
  • Certificate III in Heavy Commercial Vehicle Mechanical Technology.
  • Certificate III in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology.

Is certificate 3 or 4 better?

What certificates should I get?

Here are 11 role- and industry-specific certifications that are easy to obtain.

  • Information technology (IT) certifications.
  • Human resources certifications.
  • Language certifications.
  • First aid certifications.
  • Project management certifications.
  • Software certifications.
  • Government certifications.
  • Notary public certification.

Are TAFE courses worth it?

In short, VET Vocational Education and Training (which includes TAFE) is better than uni if your aim is to find a job and make good money. VET graduates earn higher salaries and have better job prospects while spending less time and money getting qualifications.

What can I do with a Certificate III in community services work?

Learn the skills to make a difference for communities. When you complete the Certificate III in Community Services Work you’ll be on your way to a career as a youth worker, support worker, or family carer.

What can I do with a community service qualification?

This entry level course is ideal for support workers, case workers and client contact officers; generally, positions with direct contact with clients, providing day-to-day support. All of our Community Service qualifications have flexible training delivery modes and the option to study on the job.

What is a community work qualification?

This qualification applies to community work delivered through a broad range of services which provide support to individuals and groups. This level of training is appropriate for support workers, caseworkers and client contact officers. You will also gains skills in:

What will I learn about the community services sector?

Participants will learn about the community services sector including mental health, alcohol and other drug services, and domestic violence services. Gathering, maintaining and providing information Advocacy and community development processes