The 22567VIC Certificate I in Transition Education supports learners with a permanent cognitive and/or intellectual disability to become active participants in the community. 

The course assists learners in developing life skills and supports self-development so that they can explore suitable future options such as employment, further study or community participation.

Your training will focus on: 

  • identifying personal goals for community participation or further learning 
  • how to develop independent living skills to participate in activities in the community 
  • how to identify information and resources about everyday activities such as travel, well-being and participation in recreational activities
  • how to access information and resources to support independent living skills and activities 
  • how to apply strategies for self-development including participation in interpersonal relationships

Graduates will have developed skills in: 

  • participating in discussions about personal goals with a support person
  • working with a support person to explore the community and other options
  • asking questions and accessing specific information and assistance related to own personal needs 
  • developing support networks with a support person 
  • accessing and reading simple information related to everyday activities and needs such as travel information and community participation options 
  • recognising and using money and recognising time
  • Face-to-face
  • 11 hours per week for 42 weeks

Assessment may consist of:

  • Practical demonstration
  • Written answers to questions
  • Scenario-based assessments

Students must be 17 years old or older and have left mainstream education.

All students will engage in a language, literacy, numeracy and digital literacy (LLND) activity to evaluate potential support requirements.

Entry to the Certificate I in Transition Education is intended for post compulsory school age learners with evidence of permanent cognitive and / or intellectual disability.

In exceptional circumstances compulsory school age learners with evidence of permanent cognitive and / or intellectual disability may be enrolled in the qualification, provided that AST can establish:

  • the learner’s Secondary School is unable to meet their needs

and

  • the learner has a level of behavioural maturity that would allow them to develop the communication and interpersonal skills expected in the workplace.

The 22567VIC Certificate I in Transition Education consists of 10 units:

  • Core – 6 units
  • Electives – 4 units

Core units include:

VU23034 Develop personal goals with support
VU23035 Explore self-development
VU23036 Participate in travel activities
VU23037 Explore future options for further training, work or community activities
VU23038 Participate in the community
VU23039 Use technology for a range of purposes

 

Fees vary due to government funding options available for some courses. Please contact us to confirm course fees.

11 hours per week for 42 weeks

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Course Participant Kylie

I wanted a change of careers and AST went above and beyond to find a course that suited my needs, the enrolment process was a breeze and I was supported through the process. Starting a course as an adult was very nerve racking, but the trainer I had ensured every single students needs were met and catered his teaching style to suit their needs, a very inclusive organisation and a very safe environment to be in.

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