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Certificate Courses

St Laurence’s College is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO No. 30357), and we are able to offer nationally recognised certificates to our boys as part of their everyday curriculum. There has been significant growth in this area within the College. Students are given opportunities in a large number of pathways to further study or gain employment in the Senior phase of learning. St Laurence’s College offers the following certificates on campus:

  • Certificate I in Engineering (MEM10105) – Year 12
  • Certificate II in Engineering (MEM20413) in partnership with SkillsTech RTO No. 31396 – Year 11
  • Certificate I in Construction (CPC10111) – Year 11 & 12
  • Certificate II in Business (BSB20115) – Year 12
  • Certificate III in Fitness (SIS30315) in partnership with FitEducation RTO No. 32155 – Year 12
  • Certificate III in Fitness (SIS30315) in partnership with Foundation Education RTO No. 22557 – Year 11
  • Certificate II in Electrotechnology (UEE22011) in partnership with SkillsTech RTO No. 31396 – Year 11 & 12
  • CAD Program – total of 8 units from Certificate III in Manufacturing Technology (MSA30208) and Certificate III in Engineering – Technical (MEM30505) in partnership with SkillsTech RTO No. 31396 – Year 12
  • CAD Program – Certificate III in Engineering – Technical (MEM30505) in partnership with SkillsTech RTO No. 31396 – Year 11
  • Certificate II in Sport and Recreation (SIS20115) in partnership with Foundation Education RTO No. 22557 – Year 10

For more information regarding these Certificate courses and the units of competency covered in each course, download the Senior Pathways Handbook 2018 and the Vocational Education Handbook 2018, found under ‘Information Booklets‘. Please see below for information regarding any recent updates to the Vocational Education Handbook 2018 in terms of qualifications, units of competency, RTO information and QCE credits.

Assessment in VET certificates is competency based. Competency-based assessment is the process of collecting evidence and making judgments on whether or not the student can consistently demonstrate knowledge and skill, and the application of that knowledge and skill to the standard of performance required in the workplace.

NB: Subjects are offered by the school subject to meeting registration, human and physical requirements of each certificate.

Vocation Education Handbook 2018 Updates

Certificate II in Engineering (MEM20413)

This qualification has replaced the Certificate I in Engineering, Year 11. The RTO is SkillsTech Queensland with training delivered at the College.  The QCE credits are 4 Core.

  • MEM13014A        Apply principles of occupational health and safety in the work environment 
  • MEMPE005A       Develop a career plan for the engineering and manufacturing industry           
  • MEMPE006A       Undertake a basic engineering project        
  • MSAENV272B      Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices  
  • MEM16006A        Organise and communicate information    
  • MEM16008A        Interact with computing technology            
  • MEM18001C        Use hand tools   
  • MEM18002B        Use power tools/hand held operations       
  • MEMPE001A       Use engineering workshop machines          
  • MEMPE002A       Use electric welding machines      
  • MEMPE003A       Use oxy-acetylene & soldering equipment 
  • MEMPE004A       Use fabrication equipment              

 

CAD Program – Certificate III in Engineering – Technical (MEM30505)

This qualification has replaced the course whereby there is partial completion of the Certificate III in Manufacturing Technology (MSA30208) and Certificate III in Engineering – Technical (MEM30505), Year 11. The RTO is SkillsTech Queensland with training delivered at the College.  The QCE credits are 5 Core.

  • MEM16006A        Organise and communicate information
  • MEM16008A        Interact with computing technology
  • MSMENV272       Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices
  • MEM09002B        Interpret technical drawing
  • ICPPRN395           Set up and produce 3D print
  • CUAACD303         Produce Technical Drawings (Using Revit)
  • MEM09202A        Produce freehand sketches
  • MEM30031A        Operate computer-aided design system to produce basic drawing elements (AutoCAD)
  • MEM30032A        Produce basic engineering drawings
  • MEM30033A        Use computer-aided design (CAD) to create and display 3-D models (Using Inventor)

 

Certificate II in Sport and Recreation (SIS20115)

This qualification is a new qualification now on offer in Year 10. The RTO is Foundation Education with training delivered at the College.  The QCE credits are 4 Core. The units covered are:

  • BSBWOR202        Organise and complete daily work activities
  • BSBADM311        Maintain business resources
  • SISXIND001          Work effectively in sport, fitness and recreation environments
  • SISXEMR001        Respond to emergency situations
  • HLTWHS001        Participate in workplace health and safety
  • BSBSUS201           Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices
  • SISXFAC001          Maintain equipment for activities
  • SISXCAI002           Assist with activity sessions
  • SISXIND002          Maintain sport, fitness and recreation industry knowledge
  • BSBCUS301           Deliver and monitor a service to customers
  • SISXCCS001           Provide quality service
  • HLTAID003          Provide first aid
  • BSBADM307        Organise schedules                                           
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