FSK20113 – Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways
This qualification is designed for individuals who require further foundation skills development to prepare for workforce entry or vocational training pathways.
It is suitable for individuals who require:
- a pathway to employment or vocational training
- reading, writing, numeracy, oral communication and learning skills at Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF) Level 3
- entry level digital literacy and employability skills
- a vocational training and employment plan.
Foundation Skills Training Package qualifications may not be listed as an entry requirement for vocational qualifications.
Nationally Recognised Training
ABS is a Registered Training Organisation (ID: 51804) and meet the Standards for RTOs 2015. We participate in ongoing audits to ensure our training and qualifications offered are current and compliant to these standards.
The certificate consists of 8 core unit plus 6 elective units. Below is an example course outline, a range of other elective units are available and we can tailor the qualification to suit your requirements. All units must be successfully completed to obtain a qualification.
|FSKDIG03||Use digital technology for routine workplace tasks|
|FSKLRG09||Use strategies to respond to routine workplace problems|
|FSKLRG11||Use routine strategies for work-related learning|
|FSKNUM14||Calculate with whole numbers and familiar fractions, decimals and percentages for work|
|FSKNUM15||Estimate, measure and calculate routine metric measurements for work|
|FSKOCM07||Interact effectively with others at work|
|FSKRDG10||Read and respond to routine workplace information|
|FSKWTG09||Write routine workplace texts|
Two elective units must be vocational units from other training packages.
The remaining electives units may be selected as follows:
- up to 4 vocational units from other training packages, and their prerequisite units where applicable
- up to 4 units from the Foundation Skills Training Package
- up to 3 units from accredited courses.
Elective units must be relevant to vocational pathways.
There are no specific entry requirements for this qualification
Delivery and Assessment
All courses offered by ABS are delivered in a flexible format to meet student needs usually as a traineeship (if available) or in a similar format with either face to face tuition and mentoring support. Some programs have class based training schedule to assist students with more comprehensive subjects and assessments.
The certificate assessments are competency based and conducted open book comprising both theoretical and practical exercises. Students will be expected to attend all classes (if workshop based) and complete all tasks and activities during the course. There are also activities to be completed outside of the workshops. These activities are aimed at allowing the learners to apply the course content in their own workplace environment.
For more detail please make an enquiry.
Why train with ABS?
The benefits of learning with ABS are:
- Enrol at any time
- Resource Materials including Learner Guides & Assessment Workbooks
- Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) as outlined below with assessor assistance.
- Interest free payment plans
- High graduation/completion rate
- Dedicated training support with qualified mentor if required
- Training and assessments aligned with to workplace activities and outcomes
- Government funded support (for some programs and subject to eligibility criteria)
Fees & Charges
Course fees, charges and payment terms are detailed on our Fees & Charges page in Student Information which can be viewed here.
RPL is available for each unit of competency based on relevant workplace experience, formal training and/or other expertise. To apply for RPL please discuss with ABS administration or your trainer/assessor. For (RPL) you will be required to submit a portfolio of evidence within 12 months of the enrollment date.
Please contact our office on (08) 9355 5400 to ask for the information booklet about this process and to confirm fee options.