22302VIC Certificate I in Work Education

The Centre, Training provider in North East VictoriaThe 22302 VIC Certificate I in Work Education is for adult learners with permanent intellectual disabilities to develop the skills to explore work options and access pathways to further specific vocational education and training. It supports learners to improve their employability and work readiness.

Delivery locations

  • Beechworth
  • Benalla
  • Broadford
  • Euroa
  • Myrtleford
  • Rutherglen
  • Voilet Town
  • Wangaratta
  • Wodonga
  • Yarawonga

2 class days per week – 6 hours of class per day for the first 2 terms and 1 day at 6 hours for the remaining 4 terms

  • Duration: 18 months

Employability Skills you will learn

Communication skills to:

  • follow and apply OHS/ WHS and emergency procedures in specific industries
  • follow safety signs, symbols and notices
  • report OHS / WHS hazards and raise issues
  • access and use employment and workplace information
  • ask and respond to simple questions to clarify vocational goals and work activities
  • participate in discussions to identify vocational goals and strategies to facilitate independence and self confidence

Teamwork skills to:

  • work collaboratively with other class / group members
  • work collaboratively with support persons

Problem solving skills to:

  • identify strategies to improve personal management skills and ways in which barriers can be overcome
  • identify own self development needs and strategies to enhance independence
  • create a skills profile and match skills to job opportunities

Planning and organising skills to:

  • identify and confirm vocational goals with the teacher / supervisor
  • identify processes and stages to develop vocational plan
  • carry out tasks to meet timelines and priorities
  • collect and organise information to develop a portfolio to document skills
  • identify effectiveness of vocational plan in achieving goals with support person

Self management skills to:

  • identify and monitor personal goals and develop a basic vocational plan for identified employment opportunities
  • identify areas of interest through participation in vocational tasters
  • self assess own performance as part of practical placement
  •  implement strategies to increase and maintain independence

Technology skills to:

  • use basic communication technology to access information about selected industries and employment opportunities.

See our fees and charges for pricing.

This training is delivered with Victorian Skills First and Commonwealth Government Funding. Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to access government subsided training.

Contact The Centre for more information on 03 5721 0200 or email us