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JANUARY-JULY

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TAFE SA CAMPUSES

TAFE SA CAMPUSES Adelaide Centre for the Arts 39 Light Square Adelaide 5000 P: 8463 5000

Adelaide Centre for the Arts 39 Light Square Adelaide 5000 P: 8463 5000 F: 8463 5001

Adelaide City Campus

120 Currie Street Adelaide 5000

P: 8207 8200 F: 8207 8597

Barossa Valley Campus Old Kapunda Road Nuriootpa 5355 P: 8562 0500 F: 8562 0555

Berri Campus Kay Avenue Berri 5343 P: 8595 2600 F: 8595 2650

Bordertown Learning Centre Naracoorte Road Bordertown 5268 P: 8752 2680 F: 8752 1180

Croydon Campus Goodall Avenue Croydon Park 5008 P: 8204 0822 F: 8347 2878

Elizabeth Campus Woodford Road Elizabeth 5112 P: 8207 9700 F: 8207 9654

English Language Services 5th Floor Renaissance Centre

127 Rundle Mall Adelaide 5000

P: 8226 6555 F: 8226 6882

Gawler Campus

43 High Street Gawler 5118

P: 8522 0333 F: 8522 6255

Gilles Plains Campus Blacks Road Gilles Plains 5086 P: 8207 1100 F: 8207 1113

Jamestown Campus Humphris Terrace Jamestown 5491 P: 8664 0530 F: 8664 0481

Kadina Campus 1A Doswell Terrace Kadina 5554 P: 8821 0400 F: 8821 0401

Ceduna Campus Decres Bay Road Ceduna 5690 P: 8628 7055 F: 8628 7088

Cheltenham Campus

617 Torrens Road

Cheltenham 5014 P: 8347 2182 F: 8345 4327

Kangaroo Island Learning Centre Centenary Avenue Kingscote 5223 P: 8553 0333 F: 8553 0344

Kimba Campus

49 High Street Kimba 5641

P: 8627 2552 F: 8627 2022

Clare Campus

155 Main North Road Clare 5453

P: 8842 6600 F: 8842 2412

Cleve Campus 27B Main Street Cleve 5640 P: 8628 2456 F: 8628 2524

Coober Pedy Campus Hutchison Street Coober Pedy 5723 P: 8678 9000 F: 8678 9019

Kingston Learning Centre

46 East Terrace Kingston 5275

P: 8767 2475 F: 8767 2069

Marleston Campus

254 Richmond Road

Marleston 5033 P: 8226 4744 F: 8226 0601

Millicent Campus Mount Burr Road Millicent 5280 P: 8733 0200 F: 8733 3776

Mount Barker Campus

Dumas Street Mount Barker 5251

P: 8391 7333 F: 8391 7399

Mount Gambier Campus Wireless Road West Mount Gambier 5290 P: 8735 1555 F: 8735 1400

Murray Bridge Campus

52 - 68 Swanport Road

Murray Bridge 5253 P: 8535 6555 F: 8535 6599

Naracoorte Campus

19 Gordon Street

Naracoorte 5271 P: 8762 8300 F: 8762 3798

Noarlunga Campus Ramsay Place Noarlunga Centre 5168 P: 8207 3900 F: 8207 3939

O’Halloran Hill Campus Majors Road O’Halloran Hill 5158 P: 8177 3444 F: 8177 3449

Panorama Campus 621 Goodwood Road Panorama 5041 P: 8207 2969 F: 8207 2899

Parafield Aviation Campus Kittyhawk Lane Parafield Airport 5106 P: 8258 9182 F: 8258 1322

Peterborough Campus Queen Street Peterborough 5422 P: 8651 2723 F: 8651 2786

Port Adelaide Campus

1 Mundy Street

Port Adelaide 5015 P: 8303 2629 F: 8303 2631

Port Augusta Campus

9 - 39 Carlton Parade

Port Augusta 5700 P: 8648 9922 F: 8648 9918

Port Lincoln Campus

2 London Street Port Lincoln 5606 P: 8688 3600 F: 8688 3675

Port Pirie Campus Mary Elie Street Port Pirie 5540 P: 8638 4222 F: 8638 4215

Regency Campus Days Road Regency Park 5010 P: 8348 4444 F: 8348 4200

Renmark Campus Thurk Street Renmark 5341 P: 8586 1111 F: 8586 1100

Roseworthy Campus Building F3 Roseworthy 5371 P: 8303 7777 F: 8303 7920

Roxby Downs Campus Richardson Place Roxby Downs 5725 P: 8671 9070 F: 8671 9072

Salisbury Campus Wiltshire Street Salisbury 5108 P: 8207 9800 F: 8207 9891

Tea Tree Gully Campus

100 Smart Road Modbury 5092

P: 8207 8000 F: 8207 8008

Urrbrae Campus

505 Fullarton Road

Netherby 5062 P: 8372 6800 F: 8372 6888

Victor Harbor Campus 1 McCracken Drive Victor Harbor 5211 P: 8552 0222 F: 8552 0200

Waikerie Campus Gaeta Road Waikerie 5330 P: 8541 3822 F: 8541 3606

Whyalla Campus

141 Nicolson Avenue

Whyalla 5608 P: 8648 8788 F: 8648 8777

Wudinna Campus Medley Terrace Wudinna 5652 P: 8680 2212 F: 8680 2318

Yorketown Campus Stansbury Road Yorketown 5576 P: 8852 1144 F: 8852 1623

TAFE SA Child Care Centres Open 8am to 6pm, Monday to Friday.

For booking enquiries phone:

Adelaide City Campus

8212 4266

Elizabeth Campus

8207 9648

Gilles Plains Campus

8207 1122

Mount Barker Campus

8391 7311

O’Halloran Hill Campus 8177 3431

Panorama Campus

Port Adelaide Campus 8303 2600

8207 2943

Port Lincoln Campus

Tea Tree Gully Campus 8207 8035

Whyalla Campus

8648 8812

8688 3641

www.tafe.sa.edu.au

CONTENTS

TAFE SA CAMPUSES ENROLMENT

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ACCOUNTING FOR BUSINESS AGRICULTURE ANIMAL CARE ART & CRAFT BUILDING FURNISHING & DIY BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT CAD COMMUNITY SERVICES & HEALTH COMPUTING & IT ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING & ENGINE MAINTENANCE ENVIRONMENT & HORTICULTURE EVENTS FASHION FIREARMS SAFETY FLORISTRY FOOD & WINE GRAPHIC DESIGN HAIR & BEAUTY HOSPITALITY & GAMING JUSTICE & SECURITY LANGUAGES MULTIMEDIA OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY PERFORMING ARTS PHOTOGRAPHY PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROPERTY RECREATION & SPORT RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNICAL PRODUCTION TOURISM TRAINING & ASSESSMENT TRANSPORT & WAREHOUSING VIDEO PRODUCTION WEBSITES WELDING WRITING

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SHORT COURSE GUIDE JANUARY - JULY 2009

ENROLMENT

ENROLMENT Studying a short course with TAFE SA couldn’t be easier with four simple ways to

Studying a short course with TAFE SA couldn’t be easier with four simple ways to enrol. To guarantee your place, please ensure that you enrol before the start of the course - many courses fill quickly so it is best to enrol early.

If a start date is not listed for your chosen course, please phone the number shown for more information and to register your interest.

( BY TELEPHONE Phone the number under the individual course listing. Please note that phone enrolment is only available to credit card holders (Mastercard, Visa or American Express). Concession enrolments are not available by telephone as proof of concession must be sighted by enrolment staff.

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BY POST Complete the enrolment form at the back of this guide and post to the campus where the course is held (see p.2 for campus addresses). Ensure that you have included your credit card details or cheque or money order made payable to TAFE SA, and a copy of your concession card if you are entitled to a concession fee.

Ä IN PERSON Visit the TAFE SA campus where the course is held, during normal business hours (see p.2 for campus addresses). Bring along your payment and concession card if you are entitled to a concession fee.

BY FAX

Fax the enrolment form at the back of this guide, together with your credit card details, to the campus where the course is held (see p.2 for fax numbers). Also fax a copy of your concession card if you are entitled to a concession fee.

FEES & CONCESSIONS The fee charged for each course is shown under the individual course listing. If no fee is listed for your chosen course, please contact the relevant campus for details. Some courses will have extra costs for consumables and materials. For specific information, please contact the relevant campus. Depending on funding arrangements, some courses also have concession fees if you have a current:

Concession status also applies if you are a dependant of people in the above categories. Seniors Card holders are not eligible for concession.

Concession card type, number and expiry date must be provided at the time of paying your enrolment fees.

must be provided at the time of paying your enrolment fees. Some building industry courses listed

Some building industry courses listed in this guide, marked with 'CITB only', also offer reduced fees for holders of a current CITB card.

CANCELLATIONS, REFUNDS, TRANSFERS The courses run subject to minimum class enrolments. If a course is cancelled due to low enrolments or unforeseen circumstances, you will be notified and you will receive a full refund of fees or the option to transfer to another class. Please do not purchase materials and equipment without confirmation that your class will go ahead. If you choose to withdraw from a class you will not be entitled to a refund of your fees. TAFE SA cannot accept responsibility for changes to your work commitments or personal circumstances. If you would like to transfer to another class, you must give at least 5 clear working days’ notice before the course starts. Only one transfer per enrolment is permitted and only within the same year. An administration fee of $20 may be charged for each individual transfer.

ENTRY QUALIFICATIONS AND PREREQUISITES Any entry qualifications or prerequisites for TAFE SA short courses are listed in the course description.

FORMAL ACCREDITATION Short courses showing this symbol are nationally accredited. Successful completion may give you credit towards a formal qualification. Where applicable, the relevant accredited units are listed after the course dates.

PUBLIC HOLIDAYS Classes are not held on public holidays. If a holiday occurs during your course, it will be extended by one session or by arrangement with the lecturer.

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ACCOUNTING FOR BUSINESS

In this introductory course you will be guided through a series of practical exercises based on the double-entry principles of bookkeeping.

For more information contact Business Services:

Deanne, Elizabeth Campus, 8207 9626 Emily, Tea Tree Gully Campus, 8207 8050 Jodie, Port Adelaide Campus, 8303 2687

8

wks x 3 hrs

$303 conc $236

Tue 9.15am - 12.15pm

Elizabeth

17

Feb - 7 Apr

ZK001E

Tue 6.30 - 9.30pm

Elizabeth

17

Feb - 7 Apr

ZK002E

Tue 6.15 - 9.15pm

Tea Tree Gully

17

Feb - 7 Apr

ZK508T

28

Apr - 16 June

ZK509T

Wed 1 - 4pm

Tea Tree Gully

18

Feb-8 Apr

ZK512T

8

wks x 2.5 hrs

$303 conc $236

Wed 9.30am - 12noon

Pt Adelaide

29

Apr - 17 June

ZK001P

Prerequisite: Basic Bookkeeping or equivalent knowledge

This advanced course includes a series of practical exercises covering entries for depreciation, end of year adjustments and the preparation of the financial statements.

For more information contact Emily, Business Services, Tea Tree Gully Campus on 8207 8050.

7

wks x 3 hrs

$303 conc $236

Tue 6.15 - 9.15pm

Tea Tree Gully

17

Feb - 31 Mar

ZK510T

28

Apr - 9 June

ZK511T

Wed 1 - 4pm

Tea Tree Gully

29

Apr - 10 June

ZK513T

In this practical course you will learn how to keep a set of manual books for a sole trader or small business up to the trial balance.

For more information contact Business Studies, Adelaide City Campus on 8207 8302.

9 wks x 2.5 hrs

Wed 6 - 8.30pm

29 Apr - 25 June

$342

Adelaide City

conc $252

Learn to set up and maintain a set of manual books for a small business and then progress to setting up and maintaining MYOB computer accounting package.

For more information contact Small Business Training Centre, Adelaide City Campus on 8410 0000.

Wed 9 wks x 3 hrs then $470

Mon 8 wks x 3 hrs

9am - 12noon 11 Feb - 22 June

Adelaide City

17 wks x 3 hrs

$470

Wed 5.30pm - 8.30pm

Adelaide City

11 Feb - 24 June

BSBFIA301A Maintain financial records

FNSACCT407A Set up and operate a computerised

accounting system

Prerequisite: Introduction to Accounting or equivalent

Extend your knowledge of bookkeeping and learn how to prepare final reports including balance day adjustments.

For more information contact Business Studies, Adelaide City Campus on 8207 8302.

8 wks x 2.5 hrs

Wed 6 - 8.30pm

1 July - 9 Sep

$304 conc $224 Adelaide City

Gain the skills you need to set up and maintain your small business accounts using MYOB.

For more information contact Small Business, Noarlunga Campus on 8207 3198.

8 wks x 3 hrs

Tue 6 - 9pm

17 Feb - 7 Apr

$200 conc $100 Noarlunga

5 May - 23 June

FNSACCT407A Set up and operate a computerised accounting system (MYOB)

Set up and operate a computerised accounting system (MYOB) SHORT COURSE GUIDE JANUARY - JULY 2009

SHORT COURSE GUIDE JANUARY - JULY 2009

This practical course will take you through setting up a computerised accounting system and recording everyday transactions.

For more information contact Business Studies, Adelaide City Campus on 8207 8302.

10 wks x 2.5 hrs Thu 6 - 8.30pm

$380 conc $280 Adelaide City

12 Feb - 16 Apr

Prerequisite: Basic Bookkeeping an advantage and basic computing skills essential

MYOB is an accounting package designed to completely handle the financial aspects and information of small to medium businesses.

Topics covered include banking, invoicing, bank reconciliations and Business Activity Statements.

For more information contact Business Services:

Deanne, Elizabeth Campus 8207 9626 Emily, Tea Tree Gully Campus, 8207 8050.

8 wks x 2.5 hrs

$318

conc $251

Tue 6.30 - 9pm

Tea Tree Gully

17

Feb - 7 Apr

ZK502T

28

Apr - 16 June

ZK503T

Wed 9.30am - 12noon

Tea Tree Gully

18

Feb - 8 Apr

ZK504T

29

Apr - 17 June

ZK506T

Wed 6.30 - 9pm

Tea Tree Gully

18

Feb - 8 Apr

ZK505T

29

Apr - 17 June

ZK507T

8 wks x 2 hrs

$280

conc $250

Thu 6.30 - 8.30pm

Elizabeth

19

Feb - 9 Apr

ZC004E

Fri 1pm - 3pm

Elizabeth

20

Feb - 1 May

ZC003E

Prerequisite: MYOB Introduction/Intermediate or equivalent knowledge

Build on your basic knowledge and skills and extend the fundamental concepts of MYOB to practical uses in different business situations.

For more information contact Emily,

Business Services, Tea Tree Gully Campus on 8207 8050.

5 wks x 2.5 hrs

$217

conc $175

Mon 6.30pm - 9pm

Tea Tree Gully

4 May - 1 June

ZK501T

Prerequisite: MYOB Introduction/Intermediate or equivalent knowledge

Learn how to set up and operate a computerised payroll system using MYOB, for a small to medium payroll.

For more information contact Business Services:

Deanne, Elizabeth Campus 8207 9626 Emily, Tea Tree Gully Campus, 8207 8050.

5 wks x 2.5 hrs

$217

conc $175

Monday 6.30 - 9pm

Tea Tree Gully

23

Feb - 30 Mar

ZK500T

Thu 9.15 - 11.45am

Elizabeth

30

Apr - 28 May

ZK004E

Thu 6.30 - 9pm

Elizabeth

30

Apr - 28 May

ZK003E

Prerequisite: Introduction to Accounting, Introduction to MYOB or equivalent

This practical course will extend your knowledge of MYOB and take you through the processing of payroll and maintaining an asset register.

For more information contact Business Studies, Adelaide City Campus on 8207 8302

6 wks x 2.5 hrs

Thu 6 - 8.30pm

30 Apr - 18 June

$228

Adelaide City

conc $168

Prerequisite: Basic computer skills essential

QuickBooks Premier is a commercial accounting package designed for small to medium sized businesses and does not require a detailed understanding of double entry accounting. It provides for the quick and painless recording of GST and preparation of the Business Activity Statement. Topics include recording credit sales and purchases, discount and adjustments, payments and receipts, bank reconciliation and physical stock recording.

2 wks x 2.5 hrs x 4 days $318

Tue & Thu 9.30am - 12noon Tea Tree Gully

conc $251

3

- 12 Feb

ZK542T

Tue & Thu 6.30 - 9pm

Tea Tree Gully

3

- 12 Feb

ZK543T

BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT

Covers the mandatory business training requirements for a licence from Office of Consumer and Business Affairs (OCBA) under Plumbers, Gas Fitters and Electricians Act, Security and Investigation Act, or Building Work Contractors Act.

For more information contact Small Business Training Centre, Adelaide City Campus on 8410 0000.

16 wks x 2.5hrs

$430

Mon 12.30 - 3pm

Adelaide City

9 Feb - 22 June

BSBSMB401A Establish legal and risk management requirements of small business BSBSMB402A Plan small business finances

Listen to a range of speakers offering information on the best ways to start your own small business in the southern suburbs. Get advice on training, marketing, financial planning and business planning to help you on the path to small business success.

For more information contact Small Business, Noarlunga Campus on 8207 3198.

3

hrs

Free

Mon 9.30am - 12.30pm or Mon 5.30 - 8.30pm

Noarlunga

16 Feb

Learn how to search for business opportunities and investigate whether they are likely to be successful. Discuss the different ways to get into small business and learn about the essential management skills required.

For more information contact Small Business Training Centre, Adelaide City Campus on 8410 0000.

5

wks x 2.5 hrs

$120

Mon 9.30am - 12noon

Adelaide City

9

Feb - 16 Mar

Tue 5.30 - 8pm

Adelaide City

10 Feb - 10 Mar

BSBSMB302A Develop a micro business proposal

You will learn how to maintain taxation records for a small business including payroll tax, superannuation levy, child support, HECS, GST, fringe benefits and the Business Activity Statement.

For more information contact Business Studies, Adelaide City Campus on 8207 8302.

9 wks x 2.5 hrs

Wed 6 - 8.30pm

29 Apr - 24 June

FNSACCT401A Process business tax requirements

$342

conc $252

Adelaide City

Learn how to operate a cash register, assist

customers and set up a display. This course will give you the skills and knowledge to begin a career in or re-enter the retail industry.

For more information contact Business Services:

Fotoula, Elizabeth Campus on 8207 9674 or Jodie, Port Adelaide Campus on 8303 2734.

4

wks x 3 hrs

$315

Wed 9am - 12noon

Elizabeth, Pt Adel

4

- 25 Mar

ZF001E, ZF001P

Excellent customer service is imperative to the success of any business. When your staff provide good service, your customers will be coming back for more. Learn how to communicate effectively, deliver excellent customer service, effectively handle difficult customers and complaints and identify customers with special needs.

For more information contact Nijole,

Mt Barker Campus on 8391 7032.

2 days

Wed & Thu 9.30 - 3.30pm Mt Barker

4 - 5 Mar

$282

Do you want to decrease your advertising costs but increase market share? Media coverage is an exciting way to promote your business to a captive audience. Learn how to select the best business media for your information, maximise your media profile, make your information newsworthy, write a good media release and capture the attention of your audience.

For more information contact Nijole, Mt Barker Campus on 8391 7032.

Prerequisite: Certificate IV or work experience

Gain skills and knowledge to manage risks

for a business unit or project. This course

is suitable if you are new to the field of

risk management or require a broad risk management understanding. Learn about the concept and nature of risk as it relates to a range of organisations. The unit is consistent with AS/NZS 4360:2004 risk management, and the new international standard.

For more information contact Management Studies, Adelaide City Campus on 8207 8328 or 8207 8685.

2

wks x 7 hrs

$186

Mon 9am - 4pm

Adelaide City

2

& 16 Mar

BM441C

Further classes conducted depending on demand - register your interest.

BSBRSK501A Manage risk

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

This course provides an introduction to project management, including what is a

project and what is project management.

It identifies the basic areas and provides

a starting point to this exciting field.

For more information contact Emily, Business Services, Tea Tree Gully Campus on 8207 8050.

4 wks x 2 hrs

$220

conc $178

Thu 6 - 8pm

Tea Tree Gully

19

Feb - 12 Mar

ZM001T

30

Apr - 21 May

ZM002T

Learn the skills to apply the Project Management Institute Body of Knowledge techniques to small scope projects in IT, administration, physical or technical areas. The course is a mix of workshops and e-learning.

For more information contact Management Studies, Adelaide City Campus on 8207 8328 or 8463 5202.

4 sessions x 4 hrs $1200 incl. assessment

Thu 9am - 1pm

5 Feb, 12 Feb, 12 Mar, 9 Apr BM112C

30 Apr, 7 May, 4 June, 2 July BM111C

BSBPMG401A Apply project scope management techniques BSBPMG402A Apply time management techniques BSBPMG403A Apply cost management techniques BSBPMG404A Apply quality management techniques BSBPMG405A Apply human resources management approaches BSBPMG406A Apply communications management techniques BSBPMG407A Apply risk

Adelaide City

1

day

$141

BSBPMG408A Apply contract and procurement

25 Mar

Mt Barker

procedures

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Prerequisite: Certificate IV in Project Management or work experience as a project manager/team leader

Suited to people currently in a project management role or part of a project team wanting to develop the skills and knowledge required of a project manager and gain a formal qualification. The course projects are reasonably complex.

For more information contact Management Studies, Adelaide City Campus on 8207 8328 or 8463 5202.

5 wks x 7 hrs

Fri 9am - 4pm Feb - 3 Apr May - 26 June

1

6

$1500 incl.

assessment

Adelaide City

BM431C

BM432C

BSBPMG501A Manage application of project integrative processes BSBPMG502A Manage project scope BSBPMG503A Manage project time BSBPMG504A Manage project costs BSBPMG505A Manage project quality BSBPMG506A Manage project human resources BSBPMG507A Manage project communications BSBPMG508A Manage project risk

PROPERTY

Gain the skills and knowledge to provide mortgage broking information and service to clients. Developed in collaboration with industry, this course consists of 13 accredited units.

For more information contact Business Studies, Adelaide City Campus on 8207 8302.

10 wks x 5 hrs

$895, or $225 per unit

Tue & Wed 2.30 - 5pm

Adelaide City

27

Jan - 1 Apr

14

Apr - 17 June

Tue & Wed 5.30 - 8pm

Adelaide City

27 Jan - 14 Apr

FNS4080401A Certificate IV in Financial Services (Finance/Mortgage Broking)

TRAINING & ASSESSMENT

This skill set is designed to provide new trainers with the skills and knowledge to plan and present effective and interactive training sessions. The focus is on preparing and presenting training sessions.

For more information contact Emily, Business Services, Tea Tree Gully Campus on 8207 8050.

8 wks x 2.5 hrs

Tue 6.30 - 9pm

5 May - 23 June

$318

Tea Tree Gully

BT009T

TAADEL301C Provide training through instruction and demonstration of work skills TAAASS301B Contribute to assessment TAAENV403B Ensure a healthy and safe learning environment BSBCMN401B Make a presentation

SHORT COURSE GUIDE JANUARY - JULY 2009

Are you or do you want to become

a recognised trainer? Learn how to

prepare session plans, and conduct and

review workplace training sessions.

For more information contact Jodie, Business Services, Pt. Adelaide Campus on 8303 2734.

2 days x 7 hrs

Tue & Wed 9.30am - 4.30pm Pt. Adelaide

3 & 4 Mar

$300

ZC001P

TAADEL301C Provide training through instruction

and demonstration of work skills

If workplace training is a significant part of

your job function this course is for you. Gain the professional competencies required to conduct workplace training, assessment, review and coordination. This is the nationally accredited qualification required by Registered Training Organisations

For more information contact Management

Studies, Adelaide City Campus on 8207 8328.

Total fee for upfront enrolment in all 5 workshops - $2265

This skill set is designed for people who

wish to learn or develop assessment skills to become a workplace assessor. The focus is

on developing and conducting an assessment

that will be used to guide assessors in conducting competency-based assessment.

For more information contact Emily, Business Services, Tea Tree Gully Campus on 8207 8050.

8 wks x 2.5 hrs

Tue 6.30 - 9pm

5 May - 23 June

$318

Tea Tree Gully

BT007T

TAAASS401C Plan and organise assessment TAAASS402C Assess competence TAAASS403B Develop assessment tools TAAASS404B Participate in assessment validation

Suitable for people who train others within

a workplace (accredited or non-accredited) or

provide coaching at individual or small group levels. These units provide credit towards a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.

For more information contact Karen, Business Services, Mt. Gambier Campus on 8735 1483.

2

wks

$228.85

Mon & Tue 9am - 4pm

Mt. Gambier

11 - 18 May

TAADEL301C Provide training through instruction and demonstration of work skills

BSBCMM401A Make a presentation

Suitable for people wishing to obtain the competencies to assess according

to AQTF2007 requirements. These units

provide credit towards the Certificate

IV in Training & Assessment.

For more information contact Karen, Business

Services, Mt. Gambier Campus on 8735 1483.

2

wks

$221.05

Mon & Tue 9am - 4pm

Mt. Gambier

16 - 24 Mar

TAAASS401C Plan and organise assessment

TAAASS402C Assess competence

TAAASS404B Participate in assessment validation

2

days

$495

Tue & Wed 10am - 5pm

Adelaide City

27

- 28 Jan

BMO11C

24

- 25 Mar

BMO21C

2

- 3 June

BMO12C

3

days

$495

Mon - Wed 10am - 5pm

Adelaide City

9

- 11 Feb

BMO31C

6

- 8 Apr

BMO32C

15

- 17 June

BMO42C

2

days

$495

Tue & Wed 10am - 5pm

Adelaide City

24

- 25 Feb

BMO41C

28

- 29 Apr

BMO72C

30

June - 1 July

BMO62C

2 days

Tue & Wed 10am - 5pm Adelaide City

$495

3-4 Mar

BMO51C

12-13 May

BMO22C

21-22 July

BMO23C

3

days

$495

Mon-

Wed 10am - 5pm

Adelaide City

10-12 Mar

BMO61C

25-27 May

BMO82C

27-29 July

BMO73C

TAAENV401B Work effectively in vocational education and training TAADES401B Use training packages to meet client needs TAAENV403B Ensure a healthy and safe learning

environment TAAENV402B Foster and promote an inclusive learning culture

TAADES402B Design and develop learning programs TAADEL401B Plan and organise group-based delivery TAAASS401C Plan and organise assessment

TAAASS402C Assess competence TAAASS403B Develop assessment tools TAAASS404B Participate in assessment validation

TAADEL403B Facilitate individual learning TAADEL404B Facilitate work-based learning TAADEL301C Provide training through instruction and demonstration of work skills TAADEL402B Facilitate group-based learning

For more information contact Emily, Business Services, Tea Tree Gully on 8207 8050.

Total fee for upfront enrolment in all 4 workshops - $2500

2 days x 5.5 hrs

Mon & Tue 9.30am - 3.30pm Tea Tree Gully

4-5 Mar

$550

BT002T

TAAENV401B Work effectively in vocational education and training TAADES401B Use training packages to meet client needs TAAENV403B Ensure a healthy and safe learning environment TAAENV402B Foster and promote an inclusive learning culture

Prerequisites: Workshop 1

4 days x 5.5 hrs

Mon & Tue 9.30am - 3.30pm Tea Tree Gully

$900

1-4 June

BT001T

TAAENV404B Develop innovative ideas at work TAADES402B Design and develop learning programs TAADEL401B Plan and organise group-based delivery

Prerequisites: Workshops 1 & 2

3 days x 5.5 hrs

Mon - Wed 9.30am - 3.30pm Tea Tree Gully

3-5 Aug

$700

BT004T

TAAASS401C Plan and organise assessment TAAASS402C Assess competence TAAASS403B Develop assessment tools TAAASS404B Participate in assessment validation

Prerequisites: Workshops 1, 2 & 3

3 days x 5.5 hrs

Mon - Wed 9.30am - 3.30pm Tea Tree Gully

$700

12-14 Oct

BT003T

TAADEL402B Facilitate group-based learning TAADEL403B Facilitate individual learning TAADEL404BFacilitate work-based learning

Prerequisites: Certificate IV in Assessment and Workplace Training – a verified copy of your certificate and transcript is required on enrolment

If you have previously completed assessment and workplace training qualifications, then this course provides the opportunity to update to

the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment

For more information contact:

Management Studies, Adelaide City Campus on 8207 8328 Business Services, Elizabeth Campus on 8207 9626 Business Services, Pt. Adelaide Campus on 8303 2734 Business Services, Tea Tree Gully on 8207 8050

2 days

Wed & Thu 9.30am - 3.30pm Tea Tree Gully

$550

4 & 5 Mar

BT005T

6-7 May

BT006T

Tue & Wed 10am - 4pm

Adelaide City

10-11 Mar

BMO71C

19-20 May

BM102C

Tue & Wed 9.30am - 4.30pm Pt. Adelaide

17-18 Mar

ZC002P

5-6 May

ZC003P

Mon & Tue 10am - 4pm

Noarlunga

23-24 Mar

BMO81C

Thu & Fri 10am-4pm

Marleston

 

11

- 12 June

BMO92C

3

wks x 6 hrs

$550

Mon 9 am-4pm

Elizabeth

15-29 June

BW103E

6

wks x 3 hrs

$550

Mon 6 - 9pm

Elizabeth

 

27

Apr - 1 June

BW104E

TAAENV401B Work effectively in vocational education and training TAADES401B Use training packages to meet client needs TAAENV403B Ensure a healthy and safe learning environment TAAENV402B Foster and promote an inclusive learning culture TAAASS403B Develop assessment tools TAAASS404B Participate in assessment validation TAADEL403B Facilitate individual learning

TAADEL404B Facilitate work-based learning

learning TAADEL404B Facilitate work-based learning TOURISM Learn practical skills to promote your tourism

TOURISM

Learn practical skills to promote your tourism business. Course is delivered by industry specialists and covers customer service strategies, networking skills, marketing strategies and marketing plans.

For more information contact Tourism, Adelaide City Campus on 8207 8458.

6

wks x 3 hrs

$270

Tue 6 - 9pm 3 Mar - 7 Apr

Adelaide City

SITXMPR005A Develop and manage marketing strategies

LANGUAGES

Increasingly popular courses for beginners with an interest in communicating with the hearing impaired.

For more information contact Lynne, Tea Tree Gully Campus on 8207 8177.

8 wks x 2.5 hrs

$273

conc $203

Tue 6.30 - 9pm

Tea Tree Gully

17

Feb - 7 Apr

ZA116T

12

May - 30 June

ZA210T

8 wks x 2.5 hrs

$273

conc $203

Wed 6.30 - 9pm

Tea Tree Gully

18

Feb - 8 Apr

ZA127T

13

May - 1 July

ZA211T

Learn essential language skills to enrich your travel experience and immerse you in the culture. This course can lead to further language studies. No previous knowledge required.

For more information contact Shirleen, Adelaide City Campus on 8207 8673.

8

wks x 2.5 hrs

$250

Thu 6 - 8.30pm

Adelaide City

19 Feb - 9 Apr

Obtain basic survival language skills as well as experience French cuisine. No previous knowledge of language required.

For more information contact, Shirleen, Adelaide City Campus on 8207 8673.

8

wks x 3 hrs

$440

Tue 6 - 9pm

Adelaide City

10 Feb - 7 Apr

Learn essential language skills to enrich your travel experience and immerse you in the culture. This course can lead to further language studies. No previous knowledge required.

For more information contact Shirleen, Adelaide City Campus on 8207 8673.

8

wks x 2.5 hrs

$250

Thu 6 - 8.30pm

Adelaide City

19 Feb - 9 Apr

www.tafe.sa.edu.au

Learn essential language skills to enrich your travel experience and immerse you in the culture. This course can lead to further language studies. No previous knowledge required.

For more information contact Shirleen, Adelaide City Campus on 8207 8673.

Learn essential language skills to enrich your travel experience and immerse you in the culture. This course can lead to further language studies. No previous knowledge required.

For more information contact Shirleen, Adelaide City Campus on 8207 8673.

8 wks x 2.5 hrs

$250

Adelaide City

8

wks x 2.5 hrs

$250

Thu 6 - 8.30pm

Thu 6 - 8.30pm

Adelaide City

19

Feb - 9 Apr

19 Feb - 9 Apr

Obtain basic survival language skills as well as experience Italian cuisine. No previous knowledge of language required.

For more information contact Shirleen, Adelaide City Campus on 8207 8673.

8 wks x 3 hrs

Mon 6 - 9pm

9 Feb - 6 Apr

$440

Adelaide City

WRITING

Learn rules and strategies to get your spelling right.

For more information contact TAFEstart Noarlunga Campus on 8207 3150.

7 wks x 2 hrs

Monday 12.30 - 2.30pm Noarlunga

$39

16 Feb - 30 Mar

Prerequisite: 3 years of study, Year 12 or equivalent, or Certificate IV, in chosen language.

Maintain and develop your spoken skills. Classes are conducted on an informal basis and there is no assessment requirement.

For more information contact Shirleen, Adelaide City Campus on 8207 8673.

Adapt your existing skills and develop new skills so you can produce various forms of corporate writing. You will complete

5 assignments during the course.

For more information contact Kelly, Adelaide Centre for the Arts on 8463 5000.

One semester Feb - June

Enrol by 20 Jan complete by 26 June

$195

20

wks x 2.5 hrs

$360

Wed 6 - 8.30pm

Adelaide City

4 Feb - 1 July

Considering travelling to or working in Japan? This course will provide you with basic Japanese language survival skills as well as an understanding of Japanese culture.

For more information contact Lynne, Tea Tree Gully Campus on 8207 8177.

8

wks x 2 hrs

$209

conc $162

Wed 7 - 9pm

Tea Tree Gully

18

Feb - 8 Apr

ZA126T

13

May - 1 July

ZA222T

Preprequisite: 3 years of study, Year 12 or equivalent, or Certificate IV, in chosen language.

Maintain and develop your spoken skills. Classes are conducted on an informal basis and there is no assessment requirement.

For more information contact Shirleen, Adelaide City Campus on 8207 8673.

Improve your creative writing skills,

primarily in writing short stories or articles for magazines. You will complete

8 assignments during the course.

For more information contact, Adelaide Centre for the Arts on 8463 5000.

8 wks x 2 hrs, fortnightly $205

Mon 6 - 8pm

9 Feb - 1 June

One semester Feb-June $195 External studies Enrol by 20 Jan complete by 26 June

Adelaide Centre for the Arts

You will gain an introduction to a variety of writing forms, including autobiographies, articles, short stories and poetry. The subjects covered will be determined by the interests of class members.

For more information contact Lynne, Tea Tree Gully Campus on 8207 8177.

8 wks x 2 hrs

$209

conc $162

20

wks x 2.5 hrs

$360

Mon 7 - 9pm

Tea Tree Gully

Mon 6 - 8.30pm

Adelaide City

9

Feb - 6 Apr

ZA121T

2

Feb - 29 June

4

May - 29 June

ZA217T

Learn essential language skills to enrich your travel experience and immerse you in the culture. This course can lead to further language studies. No previous knowledge required.

For more information contact Shirleen, Adelaide City Campus on 8207 8673.

8 wks x 2.5 hrs

Thu 6 - 8.30pm

19 Feb - 9 Apr

$250

Adelaide City

SHORT COURSE GUIDE JANUARY - JULY 2009

Develop specific skills, styles, techniques, formatting and presentation. Learn to use

plain English, target audience requirements, write service instructions, technical reports and operating manuals. You will complete

5 assignments during the course.

For more information contact, Adelaide Centre for the Arts on 8463 5000.

One semester Feb-June

Enrol by 20 Jan complete by 26 June

$195

Presented by Ashley Mallett, you will develop

the skills and knowledge necessary to write

successful biographies. The course is a

mix of 2 face-to-face classes and external

study. You will complete 8 assignments.

For more information contact, Adelaide Centre for the Arts on 8463 5000.

2 wks x 2 hrs on-campus plus external study Mon 6 - 8pm & Tues 6 - 8pm

16 Feb & 26 May Enrol by 20 Jan complete by 26 June

$280

Adelaide Centre for the Arts

Develop your writing skills so that you

can successfully write stories suitable for children. You will complete 8 assignments during the course.

For more information contact, Adelaide

Centre for the Arts on 8463 5000.

One semester Feb-June

Enrol by 20 Jan complete by 26 June

$195

Refine your editing skills in a variety of areas. Particularly suited to those involved with small magazines and newsletters. You will complete 8 assignments during the course.

For more information contact, Adelaide Centre for the Arts on 8463 5000.

One semester Feb-June

Enrol by 20 Jan complete by 26 June

$195

If you write for a newspaper or magazine,

this course is perfect for you to improve

your writing skills for journalism. You will

complete 9 assignments during the course.

For more information contact, Adelaide Centre for the Arts on 8463 5000.

One semester Feb-June

Enrol by 20 Jan complete by 26 June

$195

Listen to a first hand account by playwright, director and filmmaker Stephen House on how to survive the highs and lows of working in the professional writing industry.

You will learn how to successfully apply

for grants, awards and commissions.

For more information contact, Adelaide Centre for the Arts on 8463 5000.

3

hrs

$55

Mon 5 - 8pm

Adelaide Centre

16 Mar

for the Arts

RECREATION & SPORT

If you want to be a swimming instructor this short course can lead to the qualifications required to teach VacSwim, Education Department classes and private swimming lessons.

For more information contact Sue or Barbie, Port Lincoln Campus on 8688 3716 or

8688 3613.

3 days

Classes run subject to demand at Pt. Lincoln and Whyalla.

SRCAQU008B Apply the principles of movement in water to aquatic activity SRCAQU009B Instruct water familiarisation, buoyancy & mobility skills SRCAQU010B Instruct water safety & survival skills SRCAQU011B Instruct the strokes of swimming

Fee TBA

Practical workshop, as an introduction to the Certificate III in Fitness. Includes skills in fitball, circuits, yoga/Pilates, interval training in water, boxing, outdoor fitness, mind/ body and orientation to gym equipment.

For more information contact Sue or Barbie, Port Lincoln Campus on 8688 3716 or

8688 3613.

2 days

Classes run subject to

demand - register your interest.

SRXGRO001A Facilitate a group SRCSDF001B Instruct the basic skills of unarmed self defence SRFCFP001A Plan and instruct a circuit training class SRCAQU008B Apply the principles of movement in water to aquatic activities

Fee TBA Pt. Lincoln, Clare

An introductory course where you will learn the basic skills of kayaking and paddling. Accredited with Canoe Australia

For more information contact Sue or Barbie, Port Lincoln Campus on 8688 3716 or

8688 3613.

1

day

Fee TBA

Classes run subject to

Pt. Lincoln

demand - register your interest.

SROKYK001A Demonstrate simple kayaking skills

High level qualification requiring students to demonstrate deep water rescues and proficient kayaking skills necessary to supervise groups of students. Accredited with Canoe Australia.

For more information contact Sue or Barbie, Port Lincoln Campus on 8688 3716 or

8688 3613.

3

days

Fee TBA

Classes run subject to

Pt. Lincoln

demand - register your interest.

SRXOHS001B Follow defined occupational health and safety policies and procedures SRXRIK001A Undertake risk analysis of activities SROKYK001A Demonstrate simple kayaking skills SROCNE003A Perform deep water rescue

Get on board and become a registered surf coach with Surfing Australia.

For more information contact Sue or Barbie, Port Lincoln Campus on 8688 3716 or 8688 3613.

3

days

Fee TBA

Classes run subject to demand - register your interest.

Pt. Lincoln

SRCCRO007B Operate in accordance with accepted instructional practices

SRXCAI005B Conduct a sport and recreation session for participants SRXCAI007B Conduct a sport and recreation program SRXCAI006B Organise a sport and recreation program

Tai chi has been practised in China for at least four centuries. Published medical data relates the benefits people have experienced from their practise of tai chi and recognise the value as an alternative or complementary form of exercise.

For more information contact Lynne, Tea Tree Gully Campus on 8207 8177.

6wks x 2hrs

$145

conc $111

Thu 10am - 12noon

Tea Tree Gully

5

Mar - 9 Apr

ZA135T

28

May - 2 July

ZA230T

Wed 7 - 9pm

Tea Tree Gully

4

Mar - 8 Apr

ZA136T

27

May - 1 July

ZA231T

COMPUTING & IT

This course is for complete beginners. You will be introduced to Microsoft Windows and use a keyboard and mouse. Prepares you for the Computing for Beginners course.

For more information contact Jodie, Business Services, Port Adelaide Campus on 8303 2734.

2

wks x 3 hrs

$95

conc $75

Tue 6 - 9pm

Pt. Adelaide

3

- 10 Feb

ZC004P

28

Apr - 5 May

ZC016P

Thu 9am - 12noon

Pt. Adelaide

5

- 12 Feb

ZC007P

30

Apr - 7 May

ZC023P

Prerequisite: Computing for Absolute Beginners or equivalent computing skills

Get to know and feel confident in the use of computers, Microsoft Windows, email and the internet.

For more information contact Jodie,

Business Services, Port Adelaide Campus on 8303 2734.

4 wks x 3 hrs

$185

conc $145

Tue 6 - 9pm

Pt. Adelaide

17

Feb - 10 Mar

ZC005P

12

May - 2 June

ZC008P

Thu 9am - 12noon

Pt. Adelaide

19

Feb - 12 Mar

ZC017P

14

May - 4 June

ZC024P

Prerequisite: Computing for Beginners or equivalent computing skills

Now you have mastered basic computing skills, take the next step and learn how to use Microsoft Word and Excel,

including basic file management.

For more information contact Jodie,

Business Services, Port Adelaide Campus

on 8303 2734.

4 wks x 3 hrs

$185

conc $145

Tue 6 - 9pm

Pt. Adelaide

17

Mar - 7 Apr

ZC006P

9

- 30 June

ZC018P

Thu 9am - 12noon

Pt. Adelaide

19

Mar - 9 Apr

ZC009P

11

June - 2 July

ZC025P

Prerequisite: Computer Basics or Seniors Part 1 & 2

Provides a preliminary understanding of the role of computer hardware and software in the home or business. This course follows on from the Basic Computing course and uses Word

2007, Excel 2007 and some file management.

For more information contact Emily,

Business Services, Tea Tree Gully Campus

on 8207 8050.

5 wks x 3 hrs

Wed 9.30am - 12.30pm Tea Tree Gully

$220

conc $178

11

Mar - 8 Apr

ZC519T

Wed 6pm - 9pm

Tea Tree Gully

11

Mar - 8 Apr

ZC521T

Learn to be more productive with technology in the business environment. We will show you how to use basic functions and features, navigate and manipulate the desktop environment, organise

basic directories and folders, manage files. No prior computer knowledge is required although

basic keyboard skills are an advantage.

For more information contact:

Pam, Mt Gambier Campus on 8735 1513

Gillas, Nuriootpa Campus on 8562 0558 Di, Berri Campus on 8595 2614 Rebecca, Gawler Campus on 8522 0340 Lyn, Mt Barker Campus on 8391 7361

Di , Kingscote Campus on 8553 0333

4

wks x 2 hrs

$139

Mon 6.30 - 8.30pm

Mt Gambier

9

Feb - 2 Mar

Tue 6.30 - 8.30pm

Barossa

17

Feb - 10 Mar

Wed 6.30 - 8.30pm

Berri, Gawler,

18

Feb - 11 Mar

Mt Barker

Thu 6.30 - 8.30pm

Kingscote

12

Mar - 2 Apr

Fri 10am - 12noon

Mt Barker

6 - 27 Mar

www.tafe.sa.edu.au

This course will help you understand what a computer is, how to look after the

This course will help you understand what a computer is, how to look after the computer and disk to avoid damage, and how to perform basic computing skills. The course provides a foundation for Windows XP and includes an introduction to Word 2007 and Excel 2007.

For more information contact Emily, Business Services, Tea Tree Gully Campus on 8207 8050.

3 wks x 3 hrs

$175

conc $130

Wed 9.30am - 12.30pm Tea Tree Gully

ZC518T

Tea Tree Gully

ZC520T

Wed 6pm - 9pm

18

18

Feb - 4 Mar

Feb - 4 Mar

In

this introductory course see how easy it

is

to use a computer. Learn the basics of

Windows XP, Word 2003 and Excel 2003.

For more information contact Clare Campus on 8842 6600.

Classes will run subject to numbers

Clare

Do you ‘hunt and peck’ keys? Finding your way around the keyboard and learning to

touch type are important fundamentals of using

a computer efficiently. We will help you to

increase the speed and accuracy at which you can prepare documents and input information.

For more information contact Kim, Gawler Campus on 8522 0319.

12 hrs Classes run subject to sufficient numbers

SHORT COURSE GUIDE JANUARY - JULY 2009

Prerequisite: Computer Awareness or equivalent knowledge

Do you find yourself getting lost using Office 2007? If so, we can help teach you the skills and knowledge needed to navigate your way around Word, Excel, Access.

For more information contact Deanne, Business Services, Elizabeth Campus on 8207 9626.

4 wks x 2 hrs

$220

conc $178

Fri 10am - 12noon

Elizabeth

 

20

Feb - 13 Mar

ZC005E

20

Mar - 1 May

ZC006E

8

- 29 May

ZC007E

5

- 26 June

ZC008E

Is your computer running slowly or erratically? Learn how maintain a healthy computer system and maximise performance by carrying out some simple routine maintenance tasks. You will receive a set of printed reference notes to take home. The course is aimed at the home PC user, not technical experts.

For more information contact Jodie, Business Services, Port Adelaide Campus on 8303 2734.

2 wks x 3 hrs

$95

conc $75

Thu 12.30 - 3.30pm

Pt Adelaide

2

- 9 Apr

ZC014P

Prerequisite: Computer Basics or equivalent

Databases are used to store an extensive amount of information which can be compared, edited and analysed and used to produce statistics, with faster and more accurate results. Learn how to use a database efficiently and effectively to get the information you need.

For more information contact:

Pam, Mt Gambier Campus on 8735 1513 Gillas, Barossa Campus on 8562 0558 Di, Berri Campus on 8595 2614 Rebecca, Gawler Campus on 8522 0340

4

wks x 2.5 hrs

$162

Mon 6.30 - 9pm

Mt Gambier

4

- 25 May

Tue 6.30 - 9pm

Gawler

2

- 23 June

Thu 6.30 - 9pm

Berri, Barossa

4 - 25 June

Prerequisite: Computer Awareness or equivalent knowledge

Develop skills in producing a well designed database. With sound design, you’ll spend less time building the database, and obtain faster, more accurate results.

For more information contact Business Services:

Emily, Tea Tree Gully Campus on 8207 8050 Deanne, Elizabeth Campus on 8207 9626

8 wks x 2.5 hrs

$321

conc $254

Wed 6.30 - 9pm

Tea Tree Gully

18

Feb - 8 Apr

ZC517T

8

wks x 2 hrs

$321

conc $254

Thu 1 - 3pm

Elizabeth

30

Apr - 18 June

ZC002E

Prerequisite: More Computing for Beginners or equivalent computing skills

Learn how to produce simple but professional promotional materials using Microsoft Word and Publisher. You will have the

opportunity to produce newsletters,

flyers, invitations and brochures.

For more information contact Business Services:

Deanne, Elizabeth Campus on 8207 9626

Jodie, Port Adelaide Campus on 8303 2734

4 wks x 2 hrs

$220

conc $178

Wed 10am - 12noon

Elizabeth

27

May - 17 June

ZC001E

2 wks x 3 hrs

$95

conc $75

Thu 12.30 - 3.30pm

Pt Adelaide

5

- 12 Feb

ZC010P

Prerequisite: Desktop Publishing - Introduction or equivalent computing skills

Building on your skills from the introductory course, you will learn to use Microsoft Publisher to create publications from scratch using industry design techniques and tools.

For more information contact Jodie, Business Services, Port Adelaide Campus on 8303 2734.

2 wks x 3 hrs

$95

conc $75

Thu 12.30 - 3.30pm

Pt Adelaide

19

- 26 Feb

ZC011P

Prerequisite: Computer Basics or equivalent

Do you need to produce promotional materials for your organisation? Whether you want to create newsletters, fliers, letterheads, advertisements, business cards or brochures, Publisher has the versatility to create exciting products. Learn to create promotional products that catch the eye of your target market.

For more information contact:

Pam, Mt Gambier Campus on 8735 1513 Gillas, Barossa Campus on 8562 0558 Di, Berri Campus on 8595 2614 Rebecca, Gawler Campus on 8522 0340

4

wks x 2.5 hrs

$162

Mon 6.30 - 9pm

Mt Gambier

4

- 25 May

Tue 6.30 - 9pm

Gawler

2

- 23 June

Tue 6.30 - 9pm

Barossa, Berri

4 - 25 June

Prerequisite: Computer Basics or equivalent

How do you get onto the Net and what can it do? We will show you how to access websites and how to use all the functions of email. Knowledge of the Windows environment is assumed.

For more information contact:

Pam, Mt Gambier Campus on 8735 1513 Gillas, Barossa Campus on 8562 0558 Lyn, Mt Barker Campus on 8391 7361 Di, Berri Campus on 8595 2614 Rebecca, Gawler Campus on 8522 0340

4

wks x 2 hrs

$141

Mon 6.30 - 8.30pm

Mt Gambier

16

Mar - 6 Apr

Tue 6.30 - 8.30pm

Barossa

17

Mar - 7 Apr

Wed 6.30 - 8.30pm

Berri, Gawler,

18

Mar - 8 Apr

Mt. Barker

Prerequisite: Computing for Beginners or equivalent computing skills

Is your computer safe from internet predators? Find out about maintaining security and privacy, virus and spyware protection, parental control software and backup tools. You will receive a set of printed reference notes to take home. This course is aimed at the home PC user, not technical experts. For more information contact Jodie, Business Services, Port Adelaide Campus on 8303 2734.

2 wks x 3 hrs

$95

conc $75

Thu 9am - 12noon

Pt. Adelaide

30

Apr - 7 May

ZC019P

Prerequisite: Computer Awareness or equivalent knowledge Learn the basics of PowerPoint and give captivating presentations. You will become proficient in setting up simple presentations, adding text, charts and pictures, layout options and background designs. For more information contact Business Services:

Emily, Tea Tree Gully Campus on 8207 8050 Deanne, Elizabeth Campus on 8207 9626

1 wk x 3 hrs

$80

conc $66

Thu 9.30am - 12.30pm

Tea Tree Gully

26

Feb

ZC524T

4 wks x 2 hrs

$220

conc $178

Wed 1 - 3pm

Elizabeth

29

Apr - 20 May

ZC009E

Prerequisite: Computer Basics or equivalent

PowerPoint is a standard computer application for the delivery for most presentations. Quality

presentations take time to develop and can be as simple or elaborate as you need by using different types of multimedia. This course

shows you how to make your next presentation more visual, creative and memorable.

For more information contact:

Pam, Mt Gambier Campus on 8735 1513 Gillas, Barossa Campus on 8562 0558 Di, Berri Campus on 8595 2614 Rebecca, Gawler Campus on 8522 0340

4

wks x 2.5 hrs

$162

Mon 6.30 - 9pm

Mt Gambier

4

- 25 May

Tue 6.30 - 9pm

Gawler

2

- 23 June

Thu 6.30 - 9pm

Barossa, Berri

4 - 25 June

Prerequisite: Computer Awareness or equivalent knowledge

Learn to utilise the power and ease of this exceptional spreadsheet package. Topics include basic operations, efficient data entry, simple formulae, creating charts, modifying and printing worksheets, customising the toolbars, working with

large worksheets, functions, auditing, templates, security and revision.

For more information contact Business Services:

Emily, Tea Tree Gully Campus on 8207 8050 Deanne, Elizabeth Campus on 8207 9626

5 wks x 2.5 hrs

$220

conc $178

Tue 6.30 - 9pm

Tea Tree Gully

24

Feb - 24 Mar

ZC515T

Wed 9.30am - 12noon

Tea Tree Gully

29

Apr - 27 May

ZC523T

wks x 2 hrs Thu 1 - 3pm

8

Elizabeth

19

Feb - 9 Apr

ZC010E

Prerequisite: Intermediate Excel or equivalent knowledge

Excel is used in a large number of businesses. This course will build on skills learnt in the Intermediate course. Topics include pivot table and pivot chart reports, functions, efficiency tools, macros, 'what if' analysis,

MS Query, importing text and much more.

For more information contact Emily,

Business Services, Tea Tree Gully Campus on 8207 8050.

5 wks x 2.5 hrs

$220

conc $178

Tue 6.30 - 9pm

Tea Tree Gully

28

Apr - 26 May

ZC516T

Prerequisite: Computer Basics or equivalent

Do you want to learn how easy it is to produce simple financial documents? Spreadsheets

let you create, edit and manipulate data quickly and easily. This course shows you how to create, edit and format spreadsheets,

sort data, apply simple formulae.

For more information contact:

Pam, Mt Gambier Campus on 8735 1513 Jenny, Pt. Pirie Campus on 8638 4264 Hayley, Whyalla Campus on 8648 8969 Gillas, Barossa Campus on 8562 0558 Yasmin, Pt Lincoln Campus on 86883673 Di, Berri Campus on 8595 2614 Rebecca, Gawler Campus on 8522 0340 Lyn, Mt Barker Campus on 8391 7361

4 wks x 2.5 hrs

Mon 6.30 - 9pm

16 Mar - 6 Apr

Tue 6.30 - 9pm

10 - 31 Mar

Tue 6.30 - 9pm

2

Wed 6.30 - 9pm

6

Wed 6.30 - 9pm

3

Thu 6.30 - 9pm

12 Mar - 2 Apr

- 23 June

- 27 May

- 24 June

$164

Mt Gambier

Pt. Pirie, Whyalla

Barossa

Pt. Lincoln

Berri, Gawler

Pt. Augusta

Prerequisite: Computer Basics or equivalent

Learn how easy it is to create and present professional documents and personal correspondence. Knowledge of the Windows environment and basic keyboard skills are assumed.

For more information contact:

Pam, Mt Gambier Campus on 8735 1513 Jenny, Pt. Pirie Campus on 8638 4264 Hayley, Whyalla Campus on 8648 8969 Gillas, Barossa Campus on 8562 0558 Yasmin, Pt Lincoln Campus on 8688 3673 Di, Berri Campus on 8595 2614 Rebecca, Gawler Campus on 8522 0340 Lyn, Mt Barker Campus on 8391 7361

4

wks x 2.5 hrs

$167

Mon 6.30 - 9pm

16

Mar - 6 Apr

Mt Gambier

Tue 6.30 - 9pm

10

Feb - 3 Mar

Pt. Pirie, Whyalla

5

May - 26 May

Barossa

Wed 6.30 - 9pm

11

Feb - 4 Mar

Pt. Lincoln

6

- 27 May

Berri, Gawler,

Mt. Barker

Thu 6.30 - 9pm

12

Feb - 5 Mar

Pt. Augusta

12

Mar - 2 Apr

Kingscote

Fri 10am - 12noon

6

- 27 Mar

Mt Barker

www.tafe.sa.edu.au

WORD PROCESSING USING WORD 2007 - INTERMEDI- ATE

Prerequisite: Computer Awareness or equivalent knowledge

Learn skills in formatting, headers and footers, creating tables, inserting graphics, drawing and mail merge to produce professional looking documents.

For more information contact Business Services:

Emily, Tea Tree Gully Campus on 8207 8050 Deanne, Elizabeth Campus on 8207 9626

5 wks x 2.5 hrs

$220

conc $178

Mon 6.30 - 9pm

Tea Tree Gully

23

Feb - 30 Mar

ZC514T

Wed 9.30am - 12noon

Tea Tree Gully

29

Apr - 27 May

ZC522T

8 wks x 2 hrs

$220

conc $178

Mon 10am - 12noon

Elizabeth

27

Apr - 22 June

ZC011E

Prerequisite: Sound knowledge of hardware is required. A Certificate of Completion will be issued to successful applicants by the CISCO Academy.

Consists of 4x20 hour modules.

Gain the skills needed to design, build and maintain small to medium size networks. Provides you with the opportunity to enter the workforce and/or further your education and training in computer networking. The course includes significant 'hands on' learning.

For more information contact Jane, IT Studies, Tea Tree Gully Campus on 8207 8088.

10 wks x 4 hrs

Tue 5.30 - 9.30pm

3 Feb - 7 Apr

$600 conc $500 Tea Tree Gully

IT003T

Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of computers and applications require

This is the first of four units in CCNA.

Course covers fundamental networking concepts and technologies, introduces OSI and TCP/IP, provides an understanding of the layered approach to networks. You will become familiar with various network devices, network addressing schemes and the types of media used to carry data across the network.

For more information contact:

Rebecca, Gawler Campus on 8522 0340 Lyn, Mt. Barker Campus on 8391 7361 Pam, Mt. Gambier Campus on 8735 1513

10

wks x 4 hrs

$600

Tue 6 - 10pm

Gawler, Mt Barker

3

Feb - 7 Apr

Thu 6 - 10pm

Mt. Gambier

5 Feb - 9 Apr

SHORT COURSE GUIDE JANUARY - JULY 2009

Learn basic skills in using a Macintosh computer with Indesign, Illustrator and Photoshop, including basic system operating functions, computer text assembly, image scanning and manipulation, illustration and combining text and graphics.

For more information contact Lee, Croydon Campus on 8204 0951 or 8204 0931.

8

wks x 3 hrs

$430

Wed 6 - 9pm

Croydon

29

Apr - 17 June

ZG141C

Prerequisite: Sound knowledge of computing

Learn to use Adobe Illustrator's fast, flexible tools to transform your creative ideas into logo designs, type treatments,

illustrations, packaging, presentations,

technical drawings and web graphics.

For more information contact Lee, Croydon Campus on 8204 0951 or 8204 0931.

5

wks x 3 hrs

$285

Thu 6 - 9pm

Croydon

5

Feb - 5 Mar

ZG133C

30

Apr - 28 May

ZG134C

Prerequisite: Illustrator CS3 Level 1 or equivalent

Learn about the advanced features of Illustrator CS3, including blending, gradient mesh drawing, applying

multiple paths using the appearance palette, styles, effects and symbols.

For more information contact Lee, Croydon Campus on 8204 0951 or 8204 0931.

5

wks x 3 hrs

$285

Thu 6 - 9pm

Croydon

4

June - 2 July

ZG135C

Learn how to prepare pagination and electronic design for single or multicolour work. During the course you will cover tool functions, basic page set up and layout, text formatting, importing graphics and basic object construction.

For more information contact Lee, Croydon Campus on 8204 0951 or 8204 0931.

5

wks x 3 hrs

$285

Tue 6 - 9pm

Croydon

3

Feb - 3 Mar

ZG129C

28

Apr - 26 May

ZG130C

Prerequisite: Indesign Part 1 or equivalent

Learn more about style sheets, object styles, nested styles, master pages, multi-page layouts, advanced text flow, book generation, table of contents, baseline grids and interactive PDFs.

For more information contact Lee, Croydon Campus on 8204 0951 or 8204 0931.

5

wks x 3 hrs

$285

Tue 6 - 9pm

Croydon

10

Mar - 7 Apr

ZG131C

2-30 June

ZG132C

Prerequisite: Cisco - CCNA1 - Network Fundamentals

The second of four units in CCNA. Course covers an understanding of how a router learns about remote networks and determines the best path to those networks. You will develop an understanding of individual routing protocols and concepts followed in industry and learn to configure, verify, and troubleshoot routing operations.

For more information contact:

Rebecca, Gawler Campus on 8522 0340 Lyn, Mt. Barker Campus on 8391 7361 Pam, Mt. Gambier Campus on 8735 1513

10 wks x 4 hrs Tue 6 - 10pm

28 Apr - 30 June

Thu 6 - 10pm

30 Apr - 2 July

$600

Gawler, Mt Barker

Mt. Gambier

Prerequisite: Basic computer skills required.

In this introductory course you will learn to develop your own Windows programs using Visual Basic Express 2008 and get into the fun of computer programming. Topics include: introduction to design of graphical user interfaces, using variables, event-driven programming, program flow and introduction to file access.

For more information contact Leah, Electronics, Regency Campus on 8348 4328.

4

wks x 3 hrs

$230

Tue 6pm - 9pm

Regency

12

May - 2 June

ZL003R

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Learn the key aspects of design,

including creating greater visual impact, advertising strategies, creating compositions in different mediums, campaign planning and colour theory.

For more information contact Lee, Croydon Campus on 8204 0951 or 8204 0931.

8

wks x 3 hrs

$345

Wed 6 - 9pm

Croydon

4 Feb - 25 Mar

ZG144C

29

Apr - 17 June

ZG145C

0931. 8 wks x 3 hrs $345 Wed 6 - 9pm Croydon 4 Feb - 25

Prerequisite: Computer Basics or equivalent

Photoshop Elements allows you to turn ideas into slick designs using fast, flexible tools. Whether you need a logo for your business, an imaginative brochure, or improve the look of your digital images, we will show you how to transform your creative ideas into sophisticated designs.