Are you keen to develop your literacy skills and engage with traditional and digital text types, while learning how to apply your numeracy skills to different contexts?
Certificate I in General Education for Adults (Introductory) (22476VIC) course will allow you to develop your literacy skills by learning to create and engage with simple, familiar and predictable paper and web-based text types. You will also gain numeracy skills and learn how to apply your mathematical knowledge to everyday situations.
Competency based assessment. Assessment includes: Oral or written questioning, observation of demonstration, Portfolio, Project, Self-Reflection
30 weeks (not including school and public holidays)
Blended learning or Face to Face
Work placement required?
Units of Study
To be eligible for the 22476VIC Certificate I in General Education for Adults (Introductory) learners must successfully complete 16 units comprising of the following 12 Core Units and 4 Special Interest Electives
|VU22358||Develop Learning Goals|
|VU22359||Conduct a project with guidance|
|VU22361||Engage with simple texts for learning purposes|
|VU22362||Engage with simple texts for employment purposes|
|VU22364||Participate in simple spoken interactions|
|VU22366||Create simple texts for learning purposes|
|VU22367||Create simple texts for employment purposes|
|VU22368||Create simple texts to participate in the community|
|VU22369||Work with simple numbers and money in familiar situations|
|VU22450||Work with and interpret simple directions in familiar situations|
|VU22370||Work with simple measurements in familiar situations|
|VU22372||Work with and interpret simple numerical information in familiar texts||Electives|
|BSBITU101||Operate a personal computer|
|BSBWHS201||Contribute to health and safety of self and others|
|VU22376||Access the internet for language learning|
|VU21664||Prepare for employment|
Training services are provided to eligible individuals with Funds made available by the Victorian and Commonwealth Governments.
Individuals with disability are encouraged to access the training subsidised through the Skills First Program.
Enrolment in a government funded place may impact on your ability to access future government funding.
Enrolments and enquiries welcome at any time, classes are ongoing and individually paced. If you don’t see a date or time that suits you, contact us to explore flexible learning options – including online learning.
Interested in studying a Certificate I in General Education for Adults with WCIG, but want more information? Our expert training team can answer any questions you have to help you make the next step.