Certificate III in General Education for Adults
This course focuses on the development of highly complex literacy skills to create and engage with a broad range of paper based and web based text types along with performing a range of complex mathematical tasks.
At this level, learners will develop the skills to:
- read and interpret a range of information about potential pathway options
- apply research skills to locate and evaluate information relevant to own goals and options
- develop, document and evaluate a learning plan according to identified processes
- select and evaluate types of evidence to assemble a portfolio
- read, interpret and critically analyse a broad range of highly complex texts
- plan and produce a folio of highly complex texts
- perform a range of complex mathematical tasks and use a variety of formal and informal mathematical language in a broad range of contexts.
This course is designed for people looking to improve their skills to increase employment and/or further study opportunities.
(Subject to eligibility. Proof of concession required) $152.10 ($0.39 per nom. hour)
(If eligible for funding) $760.50 ($1.95 per nom. hour)
(If not eligible for Govt. subsidy) $3,490.50
(All participants to pay) $40
Student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment. Training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding.
To find out more information on Fees and Eligibility, please click here.
Payment plans may also be available. Cancellation fees may apply. Please refer to our Fees & Refund Policy.
To assist prospective students to determine whether a course is suitable and appropriate for their individual needs, SGAE will assess all students’ language, literacy and numeracy and digital literacy by asking them to undertake a self-assessment review prior to enrolment.
The review provides essential information about you and your background, which then allows SGAE to understand your current capabilities prior to training and make recommendations on course suitability, and identify additional support where required.
How to Apply
To apply, please call our Head Office on 1800 810 393.