FSK20119 Course Details
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The Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) courses, FSK10119 Certificate I in Access to Vocational Pathways; FSK10219 Certificate I in Skills for Vocational Pathways; FSK20119 Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways, are designed to help develop the key skills needed to go about our daily lives. Whilst it is easy to take the LLN skills for granted, sometimes improving these skills can make the difference between successful study and getting that new job, or not. To assist you build your skills, COHAF offers three different LLN qualifications that are designed to both support and prepare you for accessing further educational and employment opportunities. These courses, combined with support from our qualified trainers, are designed to help you further develop core language, literacy and numeracy skills.
- A nationally recognised qualification from an Australian Registered training Organisation
- The full support of our experienced course tutors who are there to help you succeed and do as well as you can
- A Language, Literacy, and Numeracy qualification that may increase your employability and help you to feel ready to enter the workforce
- Basic digital literacy skills that will help you with study and in the workplace
- Exercises to help improve your skills in numeracy, reading, oral communication, and writing to better equip you for further study
- Tutors who are there to answer any questions you have about your coursework: get in touch by email, phone, or in-person whenever you need assistance
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Frequently Asked Questions
HOW LONG DOES FSK20119 – CERTIFICATE 2 (II) IN SKILLS FOR VOCATIONAL PATHWAYS TAKE?
FSK20119 – Certificate II in Skills For Vocational Pathways can be completed online at your own pace. The College allows up to 12 months for you to complete and as self-paced learning, you can choose how much or little time you would like to study per week. Extensions are available (subject to conditions) if you need more than twelve months. You will receive access to all of the units through the online learning platform at the start of the program, so you can go through them in any order you wish.
FSK20119 – Certificate II in Skills For Vocational Pathways can be completed on its own, but many of our students choose to complete one as preparation for a higher-level course in their preferred subject area (e.g. Fitness). This gives them the chance to improve their basic skills to prepare for higher level vocational study of choice.
WILL I GET A JOB?
FSK20119 – Certificate II in Skills For Vocational Pathways is designed to help improve your language literacy and numeracy skills which may assist you when applying for jobs. At the end of these courses, most of our students continue on to more study before looking for a job.
FSK20119 Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways
This qualification is designed for individuals who require further foundation skills development to prepare for workforce entry or vocational training pathways.
It is suitable for individuals who require:
- A pathway to employment or further vocational training
- Reading, writing, oral communication, learning and numeracy skills primarily aligned to the Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF) Level 3
- Entry level digital literacy and employability skills
- A vocational training and employment plan.
WILL I GET A JOB?
FSK20119 Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways is designed to help improve your language literacy and numeracy skills which may assist you when applying for jobs. At the end of these courses, most of our students continue on to more study before looking for a job.
TOPICS COVERED IN FSK20119 Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways
- FSKLRG009 Use strategies to respond to routine workplace problems
- FSKLRG010 Use routine strategies for career planning
- FSKLRG011 Use routine strategies for work-related learning
- FSKNUM014 Calculate with whole numbers and familiar fractions, decimals and
- percentages for work
- FSKNUM015 Estimate, measure and calculate with routine metric measurements for
- FSKNUM016 Interpret, draw and construct routine 2D and 3D shapes for work
- FSKNUM017 Use familiar and routine maps and plans for work
- FSKNUM018 Collect data and construct routine tables and graphs for work
- FSKDIG003 Use digital technology for non-routine workplace tasks
- FSKOCM006 Use oral communication skills to participate in workplace teams
- FSKOCM007 Interact effectively with others at work
- FSKRDG010 Read and respond to routine workplace information
- FSKWTG009 Write routine workplace texts
- FSKWTG010 Write complex workplace texts
WHAT ARE THE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS?
There are no entry requirements for FSK20119 Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways.
Upon completing the FSK20119 Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways, you will have honed your foundational skills, making you well-prepared for the workforce or further vocational training. This nationally recognized qualification is specifically designed to enhance your literacy, numeracy, communication, and digital technology skills, all of which are crucial for success in a variety of work environments and training settings. Ideal for individuals looking to enter the workforce, change careers, or advance in their current role, this course provides the tools needed to navigate the vocational landscape with confidence.
- Develop effective communication skills for diverse workplace scenarios.
- Enhance literacy skills for reading, writing, and understanding workplace documents.
- Build numeracy skills to apply mathematical concepts in practical work situations.
- Increase digital literacy for effective use of workplace technology and software.
- Understand and apply critical thinking and problem-solving strategies in a vocational context.
- Acquire skills for planning, organizing, and prioritizing work tasks.
- Learn to work collaboratively within teams and contribute positively to group work.
- Identify and pursue appropriate vocational and educational pathways.
- Implement strategies for continuous personal and professional development.