Course DescriptionSBAT Students

A school-based apprenticeship or traineeship (SBAT) arrangement combines part-time work, structured training with a registered training organisation and school studies.

SBAT is available to high school students in Year 11 & 12 and enables them to gain a nationally recognised qualification and combine their school study with paid employment, as well as the opportunity to gain valuable work skills and increase future employment options.

A SBAT may give students credit towards their Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) or Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL).

 About This Course

This qualification provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to be competent in a wide range of general information and communications technology (ICT) technical functions and to achieve a degree of self-sufficiency as an advanced ICT user.

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Who Should Attend

Students who are looking to develop skills in administering and the maintenance of the user environment for computer networks.

Course Outcomes

Training is primarily provided using the networking elective units which will allow progression into the Certificate IV in Information Technology Networking qualification. For more in-depth information please see the Information Technology Job Pathways Chart.

Entry Requirements

There are no entry requirements for this qualification but learners are subjected to a pre-training review to confirm suitability.

Assessment

Assessment is ongoing during the program and includes undertaking workplace specific activities and obtaining feedback from your trainer or workplace supervisor. Assessment is conducted via a range of techniques:

  • Resentations
  • Oral questioning
  • Written tests
  • Simulation
  • Projects/ case studies
  • Trainer/ assessor observations

Integrity will offer alternative methods of assessment to learners with special needs, subject to discussion and mutual agreement on what is required, on an individual basis (this is identified during the pre-training review).

Core Units

  • ICTSAS305 – Provide ICT Advice to Clients
  • ICTICT313 – Identify IP, Ethics and Privacy Policies in ICT Environments
  • BSBCRT301 – Develop and Extend Critical and Creative Thinking Skills
  • BSBXCS303 – Securely manage personally identifiable information and workplace information
  • BSBXTW301 – Work in a Team
  • ICTPRG302 – Apply introductory programming techniques

Elective Units

  • ICTSAS308 – Run Standard Diagnostic Tests
  • ICTNWK311 Install and test network protocols
  • ICTNWK307 – Provide Network System Administration
  • ICTNWK309 – Configure and Administer Network Operating Systems
  • ICTNWK308 – Determine and Action Network Problems
  • ICTSAS310- Install, Configure and Secure a small office or home network

Certificate Award Requirements

This qualification requires the demonstration of competency in a minimum of 17 units of competency.

Recognition of Prior Learning or Current Competencies (RPL/RCC)

Many individuals may already be competent in one or more of the units of competency. RPL and RCC is available for each unit of competency based on relevant workplace experience, formal training or other expertise. Recognition will involve submission of your evidence in the form of a portfolio.

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About This Course

This course will provide a sound knowledge and skill base for your business and administration career. You will gain a broad range of skills which may include using computer applications, customer service, business documentation and human resources.

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Who Should Attend

Students who are looking to develop their skills in the business and administration industry.

Course Outcomes

Individuals with this qualification would be able to work in a broad range of office roles and may provide technical advice and support to a team. For more in-depth information please see the Business Service Job Pathways Chart.

Entry Requirements

There are no entry requirements for this qualification but learners are subjected to a pre-training review to confirm suitability.

Assessment

Assessment is ongoing during the program and includes undertaking workplace specific activities and obtaining feedback from your trainer or workplace supervisor.

Core Units

  • BSBWHS311 – Assist with Maintaining Workplace Safety
  • BSBCRT311 – Apply Critical Thinking Skills in a Team Environment
  • BSBSUS211 – Participate in sustainable work practices
  • BSBPEF201 – Support Personal Wellbeing in the workplace
  • BSBTWK301 – Use Inclusive Work Practices
  • BSBXCM301 – Engage in workplace communication

Elective Units

  • BSBPEF301 – Organise Personal Work Priorities
  • BSBCRT311 – Apply Critical Thinking Skills in a Team Environment
  • BSBSUS211 – Participate in sustainable work practices
  • BSBTEC301 – Design and Produce Business Documents
  • BSBXCM301 – Engage in workplace communication
  • BSBPEF201 – Support Personal Wellbeing in the workplace
  • BSBTWK301 – Use Inclusive Work Practices
  • BSBTEC302 – Design and Produce Spreadsheets
  • BSBOPS202 – Engage with Customers
  • BSBXTW301 – Work in a Team
  • BSBOPS304 – Deliver and Monitor a Service to Customers
  • BSBTEC303 – Create Electronic Presentations

Certificate Award Requirements

This qualification requires the demonstration of competency in a minimum of 12 units of competency.

Recognition of Prior Learning or Current Competencies (RPL/RCC)

Many individuals may already be competent in one or more of the units of competency. RPL is available for each unit of competency based on relevant workplace experience, formal training or other expertise. Recognition will involve submission of your evidence in the form of a portfolio.

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Fees

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