Technology for Work Short Course
About the course
This course builds on student’s existing computer and job searching abilities. Students will have gained the ability to apply advanced job searching skills and develop a more complex and comprehensive resume.
By the end of the course learners will be able to complete simple digital workplace tasks including logging in and using online systems for advanced job searching and activity reporting requirements, sending emails with attachments, and applying word processing skills to create simple documents.
There are no formal entry requirements for this course. Students are likely to have little or no experience in using digital technology for workplace activities, some students may have a history of using digital technology in the workplace but need to update their skills to meet current digital demands. Some learners may have a history of comprehensively using digital technology in the workplace but need to update their skills to meet current digital demands.
To allow our trainers to support your learning, you will need to complete a student profile, including language, literacy and numeracy indicator before your enrolment application is accepted.
Delivery Method and Course Duration
This short course is available through a Virtual Classroom learning approach. The total duration of this short course will be 30 hours and will take the following format: 1 week full-time – 5 days (6 hours per day, inclusive of a 2 hour Virtual Classroom session). Additional support and training times are available for students if required. Online platform requires either PC, phone or tablet.
Number of units required to complete the course (1).
One (1) Unit:
- BSBITU111 Operate a personal digital device
Learners who successfully complete the course will have gained the skills to identify and use digital technology appropriate to their work and complete simple workplace tasks.
AQF Certification Outcome
Students who successfully complete all requirements of BSBITU111 Operate a personal digital device will be issued a Statement of Attainment by MAX Solutions.
In the event the student requires additional training and support this will be arranged in consultation with all parties.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Credit Transfers (CT)
Recognition of prior learning (RPL) is a process that assesses your competency—acquired through formal and informal learning—to determine if you meet the requirements for a unit of study. Students with previous skills, knowledge or experience are entitled to apply for RPL for a full qualification or individual units of competency. Students will be required to produce evidence and undertake assessment as part of the RPL process.
If you have previously completed a unit/s of competency and can provide valid evidence of AQF certification (issued by and RTO), you are eligible to apply for a credit transfer and would not be required to undertake further study for the unit.
Unique Student Identifier
It is mandatory for all students undertaking Nationally Recognised Training in Australia to have a USI, Unique Student Identifier.
You will need your USI in order to apply to enrol for training. Visit www.usi.gov.au for more information.