Qualifications Explained

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At St George and Sutherland Community College we are committed to providing the most cost effective training available. We can tailor any of our courses to suit your business either at our premises or at your workplace. Individuals can also enhance their employment opportunities by completing one of our business, vocational or computer courses.

Graduates of a Certificate II will have:

  • Communication skills to access and act on specific information
  • Technical skills to use a limited range of equipment
  • Technical skills to complete tasks involving known routines and procedures

Graduates of a Certificate III will have:

  • Communication skills to interpret and act on available information from a range of sources
  • Cognitive and communication skills to use known solutions to deal with problems
  • Technical skills to provide technical  information to a variety of audiences and undertake routine and non-routine tasks

Graduates of a Certificate IV will have:

  • Cognitive skills to identify, analyse, compare and act on information for a range of sources
  • Specialist technical skills to apply technical solutions to a range of  predictable and non-predictable problems
  • Communication skills to guide activities and provide advice in the area of work and learning
  • Organisation and communication skills to supervise a small team within limited boundaries

Graduates of a Diploma will have:

  • Cognitive and communication skills to identify, analyse, produce and act on information for a range of sources
  • Cognitive, technical and communication skills to analyse, design and evaluate solutions to unpredictable solutions and/or management requirements
  • Specialist technical and creative skills to express ideas
  • Communications skills to demonstrate and transfer knowledge and technical skills to others
  • Cognitive and communication skills to co-ordinate and evaluate the work of teams within broad and well defined boundaries

Graduates of an Advanced Diploma will have:

  • Cognitive and communication skills to identify, analyse, produce and act on information for a range of sources
  • Cognitive, technical and communication skills to demonstrate understanding of specialised knowledge with depth in some areas
  • Cognitive and communication skills to develop and evaluate responses to complex problems
  • Specialised technical, conceptual  and creative skills to express ideas and perspectives
  • Cognitive and communication skills to manage self and team outcomes within broad boundaries