My Pathway to University or TAFE

If you want to continue your education at a higher level and you are over the age of 16,
Tuart College offers a range of courses designed to meet your educational background and needs. Click on the links above to find out information on the courses that suit your experience.

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WHICH STUDENT ARE YOU?

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Year 12 Student

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Year 11 Student

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Certificate Student

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Curtin University Enabling Student

EVENTS

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Study Year 12 ATAR

The College will offer a range of Year 12 WACE ATAR Courses.

The Courses listed below will be offered by the College in 2018. The availability of Courses will depend upon sufficient numbers of students enrolling in them.

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2018 WACE Courses on Campus

One Year Duration
Leads to All Universities
  • List A Subjects
  • Ancient History ATAR Units 3/4
  • Economics ATAR Units 3/4
  • English ATAR Units 3/4
  • English as an Additional Language/Dialect (EAL/D) ATAR Units 3/4
  • French ATAR Units 3/4 (3 hour block)
  • Italian General Units 3/4 (3 hour block)
  • List B Subjects
  • Accounting and Finance ATAR Units 3/4
  • Chemistry ATAR Units 3/4
  • Human Biological Science ATAR Units 3/4
  • Mathematics Applications ATAR Units 3/4
  • Mathematics Methods ATAR Units 3/4
  • Mathematics Specialist ATAR Units 3/4
  • Physics ATAR Units 3/4
  • Psychology ATAR Units 3/4

Open Learning Year 12 Courses Available in 2018

One Year Duration
Leads to All Universities
  • List A Subjects
  • English ATAR Units 3/4
     
  • List B Subjects
  • Accounting and Finance ATAR Units 3/4
  • Chemistry ATAR Units 3/4
  • Computer Science Units 3/4
  • Human Biological Science ATAR Units 3/4
  • Mathematics Applications ATAR Units 3/4
  • Mathematics Methods ATAR Units 3/4
  • Mathematics Specialist ATAR Units 3/4
  • Physics ATAR Units 3/4
  • Psychology ATAR Units 3/4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Enrolment

All enrolments are by appointment and with an interview. These will commence in mid-November and will continue until late January.

Further Enquiries

It is important that you plan your return to study. A Counsellor is available to assist you with course advice and career selection.

Telephone (08) 9242 6222 to make an appointment.

Studying Year 11 ATAR

My Pathway to University or TAFE

The College will offer a range of Year 11 WACE ATAR Courses. The Courses listed below will be offered by the College in 2018.  The availability of Courses will depend upon sufficient numbers of students enrolling in them.

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2018 WACE Courses on Campus

One Year Duration
Leads to All Universities
  • List A Subjects
  • Economics ATAR Units 1/2
  • English ATAR Units 1/2
  • English as an Additional Language/Dialect ATAR Units 1/2
  • French (2 hour block) ATAR Units 1/2
  • Modern History ATAR Units 1/2
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  • List B Subjects
  • Accounting and Finance ATAR Units 1/2
  • Chemistry ATAR Units 1/2
  • Human Biological Science ATAR Units 1/2
  • Mathematics Applications ATAR Units 1/2
  • Mathematics Methods ATAR Units 1/2
  • Mathematics Specialist ATAR Units 1/2
  • Physics ATAR Units 1/2
  • Psychology ATAR Units 1/2

Open Learning Year 11 Courses Available in 2018

One Year Duration
Leads to All Universities
  • List A Subjects
  • English ATAR Units 1/2
     
  • List B Subjects
  • Accounting and Finance ATAR Units 1/2
  • Chemistry ATAR Units 1/2
  • Human Biological Science ATAR Units 1/2
  • Mathematics Applications ATAR Units 1/2
  • Mathematics Methods ATAR Units 1/2
  • Mathematics Specialist ATAR Units 1/2
  • Physics ATAR Units 1/2
  • Psychology ATAR Units 1/2

Enrolment

All enrolments are by appointment and with an interview. These will commence in mid-November and continue until late January.

Further Enquiries

It is important that you plan your return to study. A Counsellor is available to assist you with course advice and career selection.
Telephone (08) 9242 6222 to make an appointment

Curtin University Enabling in Science Engineering and Health

Curtin University and Tuart College have a partnership arrangement where prospective Curtin University Science, Engineering and Health Science students can study Chemistry, Physics, Human Biology and Mathematics  and Information Technology courses at Tuart College. Students should also complete one major or two minor optional units at Curtin University. Successful completion of the course will guarantee you admission into the Bachelor of Science - Multidisciplinary Science major. It may also give you direct entry into many other Science, Engineering and Health courses provided that you do well enough and complete the necessary pre-requisite subjects.

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OVERVIEW

The Curtin University Enabling Course for Science, Engineering and Health aims to provide the required background for students who do not meet the University’s entrance requirements but wish to undertake studies leading to a degree in the sciences or engineering.

ELIGIBILITY

Students must be of post compulsory school age unless there are extenuating circumstances.  This means they  are 17 or older on 1 July of the year prior to year of enrolment. in the Enabling course.  Selection is based on assessment of a personal statement. See www.tisc.edu.au for details. It is not available to International Students.

PREREQUISITES

It is preferable for students to have completed Year 11 or some Year 12. Some background in Senior School Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics is desirable.

COURSE DURATION

This is a 1 year, full-time (or equivalent part-time) program. Full-time study is organised into two semesters and students study four (4) units each semster. The commencement dates will be available in January.

TIME ALLOCATION

The Tuart College component of the course requires you to attend 4.5 hours per course unit for three (3) or four (4) course units per semester so as to complete 6 or 7 course units per year. The program will be condensed into 21⁄2 days. Students also enrol in one or two units to be studied at the Bentley Campus of Curtin University during the remainder of the week.

COURSE BROCHURE

More information on the Enabling Course is available in the Curtin Handbook. Click this link to view the Curtin University Enabling Handbook.

APPLICATION AND ENROLMENT DETAILS

Semester 1 intake: Applicants should apply through the Tertiary Institutions Service Centre (TISC): www.tisc.edu.au.
Semester 2 intake: Applicants should apply through Curtin University. Contact the Curtin University Future Students Centre on (08) 9266 1000 or email: futurestudents@curtin.edu.au. Students are enrolled as a Curtin University student but attend Tuart College for classes in Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics and Human Biology.

ENQUIRIES

Please contact the Student Advisor at Tuart College on (08) 9242 6222 or email: tuart@tuartcollege.wa.edu.au or Curtin University Future Students Centre on (08) 9266 1000 or email: futurestudents@curtin.edu.au.

ESTIMATED COST

Students do not incur tuition fees, but are expected to purchase text books and some other resources.
Students must apply for a National Police Clearance at a cost of $46.00 (non refundable).

DESTINATION ON COMPLETION

Successful completion of the Enabling Course will provide you with a place in Curtin’s Bachelor of Science - Multidisciplinary Science major. It may also be a pathway into other Science, Engineering, Medical Imaging, Pharmacy, and Physiotherapy courses, however entry is subject to meeting the necessary course prerequisites and your performance in the Enabling Course.

NATIONAL POLICE HISTORY CHECK

It is a requirement of the Department of Education that students, who are 18 years of age or older on or before the commencement of their course, enrolling in Department of Education schools, must apply for a National Police History Check at a cost of $46.00 (non-refundable). You will be required to do this when enrolling. To make application you will need to provide 100 point identification by presenting one of the following:
Either:
Birth Certificate (70 points),
Current Passport/International Travel Document (70 points),
Australian Citizenship Certificate (70 points),

plus secondary identification such as a drivers licence (30 points), Medicate Card (20 points), Bank Card (20 points), Proof of Age Card (20 points), and Social Security Benefit Card (20 points).

Online Study

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Certificates in General Education for Adults (CGEA)

The Certificates in General Education for Adults (CGEA) program is designed to give students a chance to upgrade their education to Year 10 or Year 11 equivalence.

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Three nationally recognised AQF qualifications are offered: 22236VIC Certificate I in General Education for Adults; 22237VIC Certificate II in General Education for Adults; 22238VIC Certifcate III in General Education for Adults. Units of Competency from the 22235VIC Certificate I in General Education for Adults (Introductory) are also offered.

This is a semesterised program designed for adults. You will need to be aged 17 years and 6 months, or older, before 1 January to be eligible for enrolment. . By enrolling in this program you can achieve a variety of goals such as:

  • meeting the necessary prerequisites for employment
  • providing an opportunity to change your occupation
  • preparing for WACE studies
  • meeting the prerequisites for certain TAFE courses
  • improving your general education at this level for personal reasons or so that you can help your children with their studies
  • gaining confidence in your academic ability
  • improving your general study habits and learning skills

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

You will need to be aged 17 years and 6 months, or older, before 1 January to be eligible for enrolment.

CLASS AVAILABILITY

Day classes are available in all subjects.

FULL-TIME STUDY

Full-time study is available. To be a full-time student you need to study four subjects and a minimum of 16 hours in a week. Full-time day students may be eligible to receive an Austudy allowance.

PART-TIME STUDY

Student can enrol part-time. Part-time students are enrolled for less than 16 hours per week.

ENROLMENT

All enrolment is through appointments and interviews. These will commence in November.
It is important that you plan your return to study. Course advisors are available to assist you with course advice and career selection.
Telephone (08) 9242 6222 to make an appointment.

COST

Semester 1 2018 CGEA subjects cost between $59 and $119.
 

SUBJECTS AVAILABLE IN SEMESTER 1 2018
Refer to the Enrolment Information Booklet for more detail on subjects.
  • Computing Skills Level 2
  • English Levels 1, 2 and 3
  • Mathematics Levels 1, 2 and 3
  • Science Level 2

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52777WA Certificate IV in Academic Preparation Studies

This program is designed to prepare students for University academic studies. It can lead to entry into a selection of courses at Curtin University, Edith Cowan University* and Murdoch University upon successful completion of the entry requirements.

*ECU has additional English Competency requirements that students must satisfy.

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The Certificate IV in Academic Preparation Studies is available as a year-length program or as a semester length program beginning in Semester 2.

The 52777WA Certificate IV in Academic Preparation Studies aims to provide learners with the ability to:

  1. Apply academic conventions to meet tertiary requirements in a range of subject disciplines.
  2. Communicate effectively in academic contexts including tutorial, class and lecture groups.
  3. Implement planning and organisational structures across an academic course of study.
  4. Confidently undertake academic tasks requiring the use of information technology.
  5. Apply academic research and investigation skills in a range of subject disciplines.
  6. Apply knowledge and skills in a range of academic disciplines to complete extended tasks and processes.
These outcomes are consistent with the distinguishing features of a Certificate IV under the Australian Qualifications Framework in that they enable an individual to:
  1. Demonstrate an understanding of a broad knowledge base incorporating some theoretical concepts.
  2. Apply solutions to a defined range of unpredictable problems.
  3. Identify and apply skill and knowledge areas to a wide variety of contexts with depth of study in some areas.
  4. Identify, analyse and evaluate information from a variety of sources.
  5. Take responsibility for own outputs in relation to specific quality standards.

COURSE STRUCTURE

The 52777WA Certificate IV in Academic Preparation Studies consists of core and elective modules.

Core Modules (The core modules must be completed)
AW885 Tertiary Study Skills
AW886 Academic Communication Skills

Elective Modules
Students choose at least 3 elective modules from the range on offer. These are listed in the Enrolment Information Booklet above.

Elective Modules (available 2018)

AW888 Economics 4

AW897 Human Biology 4

AW890 History 4

AW892 Mathematics 420

AW900 Commerce 4AW901 Computer Science 4
 

Achievement of the Certificate IV in Academic Preparation Studies requires successful completion of:

  1. Two Core modules.
  2. Three Elective modules. Where a course is not completed a Statement of Attainment will be issued for any completed modules.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Students enrolling in the Certificate IV in Academic Preparation Studies should have achieved a nationally registered Certificate III course or have literacy and numeracy skills at least equivalent to 22238VIC Certificate III in General Education for Adults or successful completion of WACE Year 11 English and Mathematics or equivalent.

Where students do not have all the required skills. Every effort is made to accommodate requests for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) to facilitate entry into the Certificate IV in Academic Preparation Studies from all students who apply for entry. Students will be considered for enrolment into the course based upon their individual circumstances and if course administrators believe they have a reasonable chance of academic success.