Course Details
Award Certificate I in Access to Work and Training
National Code 10088NAT
Attendance Classes will run Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays 9:00am to 3:00pm.
Delivery Location West Wyalong
(enrolment via West Wyalong)


This is an entry level course at AQF level 1, for people who want to develop
some employability skills to get a job or to go on to further training.

If you have experienced barriers or interruptions to education due to cultural or
language differences, poor health or isolation, this may be the best course for
you. When you enrol, a teacher will help you determine the most appropriate
level of training.

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More Information

Students are required to attend an interview prior to completing enrolment. Students will be contacted by teaching staff to enable completion of enrolment. Courses are run subject to minimum student enrolments.

This course provides computer skills development for people wishing to get to know how to use their computer for email, internet browsing and general word processing.

From 1 January 2015 all students studying qualifications are required to register for a Unique Student Identifier (USI) before enrolment. The USI is a Government initiative that will allow you to access all your training records in one place. TAFE NSW Riverina Institute requires your USI to complete your enrolment. To create your USI, simply follow the steps on the USI website. It’s quick, free and you only need to do it once.

Your career

Possible job titles relevant to this qualification include:

This course is a step in a series of courses to further training in
employability skills. It helps you go on to further training and to get a job.

Career Areas

Foundation Reading, Writing and Maths Skills;Preparation for Further Study and Work

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Entry requirements

There are no entry requirements for this course.

Fees & costs

The fee for this course is $220.

This training is subsidised by the NSW Government, and as a result your fee is determined through Training Services NSW formal eligibility criteria. This criteria will determine your exact fee. Students who meet additional specified criteria, may be eligible for a concession fee or a fee exemption.  In claiming the concession or exemption students will be required to supply the required evidence to support the claim in accord with the requirements of Smart and Skilled eligibility.
Students who are eligible for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and/or credit transfer from previous study will have their fee adjusted to reflect this.  The amended fee will be confirmed by Training Services NSW and will be reflected in the adjusted Student Fee Statement.
Payment Plans are available through TAFE NSW Riverina Institute for Smart and Skilled eligible qualifications. Students should refer Instalment Plan options for relevant details.
To activate your eligibility you must pay the student fee component PRIOR to commencement of learning activity.
Please contact your nearest Riverina Institute campus or call 1300 TAFE RI (1300 8233 74) and let our friendly staff help you enrol in the right qualification, work out your fees and what you’re eligible for and we can get started!   For more info visit

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Unit NumberStudy Units What you'll learn
NSWTPLG105B Carry out a short project
NSWTCOM102B Communicate orally with others about routine matters
NSWTLRN102B Formulate an initial learning plan
NSWTSUS107A Participate in a community project
NSWTCOM101 Participate in small informal group discussions
NSWTPLG103B Plan a short project
NSWTPLG107A Plan for education and employment
NSWTNMY134A Read basic graphs, charts and tables
NSWTPLG104B Review a short project
NSWTNMY132A Use basic calculations
NSWTCOM106B Use basic information literacy
NSWTNMY133A Use basic measurement
NSWTRDG113A Use reading skills
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The TAFE NSW Experience

  1. Your teachers

    Our teachers are our heart and soul. Passionate about what they do, our award winning team are recognised professionals in their industries and love to teach! Through constantly talking and working with industry, our teachers ensure that what you are learning is the latest and greatest.

  2. Your support

    Throughout your studies with TAFE NSW, we’ll be by your side with our extensive support services. From career counselling, employability skills training and study support, through to specialised support services such as Aboriginal Support, Disability Programs, Literacy and Numeracy Support and Childcare Centres, we’re here to give you a hand when you need it.

  3. Study where, when and how you want

    Classrooms aren’t for everyone (although ours are lovely!) Most of us have busy lives and definite needs when it comes to our precious free time. With TAFE NSW you can study exactly the way you want; full time, part time, random times, on-campus or online. Working full time? Easy. Want to come in to campus every now and then? Absolutely. Living in a cave in your pyjamas? We can do that too! Whatever time you can spare to study and whatever your particular needs, we will accommodate. Being busy now won’t get in the way of your qualification or your future.

  4. Your studies

    At TAFE NSW, we like our students to feel comfortable. We will help you get familiar with your study requirements, campus facilities, and who to contact. In addition to achieving your qualification, studying with TAFE NSW introduces you to a wide network of friends and industry associates.

  5. The benefits of being a student

    You will have the opportunity to learn in a friendly and supportive environment, with experienced teachers and small class sizes. We have close contacts within every industry we teach for, which comes in handy when you’re ready to apply for that job. We also have a host of pathway arrangements with partner universities across Australia to make the next step of your learning journey that bit easier.

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