Study TAFE Trades Training Certificate III Course in Melbourne
VET programs in Melbourne Victoria and Australia provide a vocational education and training that directly relates to getting work or employment. You will be assessed on your ability to do the tasks necessary for that particular job. You can do a VET course at a registered training organisation (RTO), such as a TAFE, a university or a private training provider. These courses will suit you if you enjoy learning in a practical and hands-on environment that has a clear purpose.
Victoria’s training system puts choice in the hands of students. With more than 500 RTOs (including TAFEs, Learn Locals and private providers) offering thousands of VET courses, students can choose the course, delivery mode and provider that best meets their needs.VET courses are typically shorter and more practical than higher education courses and have an industry and trade focus. For international students or candidates studying an AQF CRICOS VET or trades program, one can expect to pay fees ranging from $AUD10-13,000 per year in half yearly and/or quarterly instalments.
Industry occupation groupings include:
Construction – Building Construction and Property Services from SkillsOne click through
Electrical – Electrocomms and Energy from SkillsOne click through.
Types of vocational, technical, trades or apprentice like vocational education and training courses in Melbourne include Certificates and Diplomas:
Carpentry, Cabinet Making, Bricklaying/Blocklaying, Glass and Glazing, Joinery, Painting and Decorating, Solid Plastering, Wall and Ceiling Lining, Wall and Floor Tiling, Furnishing Design and Technology, Engineering – Electrical/Electronics Trade, Engineering – Mechanical Trade, Engineering – Fabrication Trade.
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