FSK20119 Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways
Change careers or develop a career plan with the skills you need to succeed.
Pathway to employment or vocational training
Why study this course?
Prepare for workforce entry or vocational training pathways by learning, expanding and developing skills to effectively stand out and thrive.
What will you learn?
This program has been designed for participants to help them prepare for work and develop essential employability skills and confidence to stand out and thrive in the workplace. At the end of the program and on completing all the required activities, participants will obtain a nationally recognised qualification.
How can you study?
Join us in-person and find a campus location near you
Part-time, two sessions per week
This course is an entry into your chosen industry. This course should be a study pathway to other higher-level qualifications including:
- CPC20220 Certificate II in Construction Pathways
- CPC30220 Certificate III in Carpentry
- CPC30620 Certificate III in Painting and Decorating
- CPC31320 Certificate III in Wall and Floor Tiling
- CPC31420 Certificate III in Construction Waterproofing
- CPC33020 – Certificate III in Bricklaying and Blocklaying
The Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways is offered part-time, with two days per week of facilitator-led classes for 10 weeks.
The total duration of the course is typically between 10 to 16 weeks, when taking into account holidays — including a shutdown over the Christmas break.
Extra time commitments outside of class
It is worth noting that students may require up to 8 extra hours per week outside of class times to complete additional learning and assessment activities. The time required for this will vary based on each learner and how confident they become with the course content.
The Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways is offered as an in-person course.
At Builders Academy Australia, we strongly believe in the power of face-to-face learning, especially when it comes to developing vocational and work-related skills.
Where are the classrooms?
The physical location of the classrooms varies depending on where you are located, but rest assured that we maintain high-quality training facilities in all of our locations.
Benefits of in-person learning
In-person learning offers a range of benefits that can enhance the overall learning experience. These benefits are particularly notable for a course like the Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways, which includes both theoretical knowledge and practical skills.
Support and guidance
One of the key benefits of in-person learning is the immediate feedback and guidance you receive from your facilitators. This hands-on guidance can make the learning process much more effective and help you avoid developing incorrect habits or misconceptions. During in-person classes, you get the chance to ask questions, clarify doubts, and have meaningful discussions, all in real-time.
In-person classes also provide opportunities for collaborative learning. Working alongside your peers on various tasks and projects, you learn teamwork, improve your communication skills, and broaden your understanding of the subject matter through shared insights and diverse perspectives.
A physical learning environment can also enhance focus and engagement. Without the distractions that often come with learning from home or in a public space, you can better concentrate on your studies, absorb more information, and make the most of your learning hours.
Learning beyond content
In-person classes can contribute to your social and emotional growth. The interpersonal interactions you have in the classroom can help you develop social skills, build professional relationships, and grow your network – an often overlooked yet significant aspect of career progression.
Learning in-person can also boost your confidence. With each in-person interaction, whether it’s asking a question, participating in a group activity, or delivering a presentation, you’re gradually building your confidence to communicate effectively and professionally. This is particularly crucial in the context of vocational training, where communication and collaboration are key to success in the field.
Cost of the course
This is a full fee paying course. We have a number of payment options available. See our full list of fees here. Give us a call to discuss the best option for you.
Please follow the links below to see the fees and payment options for each state.
We have experienced course advisors who can help you find the best option based on your own individual situation.
Give the team a call today at 1300 LEGEND (534 363) to find out what is possible.
Investing in your English language skills is a worthwhile commitment, and the Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways is a full fee-paying course.
We understand that every student has unique financial circumstances. To accommodate this, we have a number of payment options available that you can explore by contacting our team.
Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways: Frequently Asked Questions
What will I learn in Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways?
In the Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways, you will master a variety of essential employability skills as outlined in the Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF). This Framework forms the backbone of vocational training across Australia and aims to create a workforce that is versatile, competent, and competitive.
Oral communication skills
The first area is oral communication skills. Here, you will learn to articulate your thoughts effectively and confidently. Not only will you be taught to speak clearly, but you will also practice active listening. By understanding how to engage in effective discussions, you can improve your ability to work in teams and make your opinions heard in a professional setting.
Digital technology skills
Next, you will be trained in digital technology skills. This covers basics like how to use a computer, Internet navigation, and using common software tools. Also, you will learn how to handle digital data and use technology effectively in a workplace setting, which is a vital skill in today’s digital age.
Numeracy and learning skills
Another significant part of this course is developing your numeracy and learning skills. You will learn to perform routine metric measurements and use quantitative data to make informed decisions. These abilities are especially useful in fields that require precision and data analysis.
Upon successful completion of the course, you will be well-prepared to tackle routine workplace problems using strategic methods, respond to work-related information, read and write complex workplace texts, and create engaging presentations. These skills will not only make you a valuable team member but also enhance your career prospects.
Is Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways a nationally recognised training?
Yes, Builders Academy Australia is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO), which means all of its training programs, including the Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways, are recognised nationally.
The qualifications provided by Builders Academy are issued under the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF), a system that ensures consistency and high standards across all vocational training in Australia.
Builders Academy Australia’s commitment to quality education has led to multiple awards, including the 2018 and 2020 Victorian Small Training Provider of the Year and the 2020 Australian Small Training Provider of the Year. These accolades are testament to the quality and standard of the courses we offer.
Can I study Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways Online?
The Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways is offered as an in-person course. We believe that in-person instruction provides the best environment for skill development and interactive learning, especially for a hands-on vocational course like this one.
Is government funding available for me?
Eligibility for government funding can depend on various factors such as your citizenship status, the state you live in, and whether you are studying for the first time. Builders Academy Australia delivers some courses with the support of Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding to eligible students.
You can confirm your eligibility for government funding by visiting the Funding Eligibility Indicator website. If you require further assistance in understanding the funding process, our team of course advisors are here to help. For all other general enquiries, including course fees, the enrolment process, prerequisite units, and other course details, feel free to get in touch with our course advisors at 1300 534 363.
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