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What is a Vocational course?
Vocational education and training (VET) is part of adult education and training which provides accredited training in job related and technical skills. It covers a large number of careers and industries.
The priority of our VET training at Bridge is to deliver a qualification that lays the foundations for our students to have successful careers and/or a pathway to further education. We believe the high-quality professional training that our trainers deliver provide the employability skills as well as having a tangible qualification giving our students everything they need to be successful.
Start off your career with a recognised qualification
Why study Vocational course?
- Affordable, faster and easier way to get a qualification.
- Vocational (VET) qualifications have a variety of levels meaning you can join the course at the most suitable for you.
- Vocational training is structured so that it is interactive, flexible and delivered by up to date industry known trainers.
- Vocational training prepares you for employment by teaching the skills that directly apply to the job you want to get.
- Vocational qualifications are nationally recognised around Australia.
Which qualification level to study?
Certificates I-IV are the basic qualifications and prepare candidates for both employment and further education and training. Certificates I-II are focused on basic vocational skills and knowledge. Certificates III-IV deliver training in more advanced skills and knowledge.
Diploma and Advanced Diploma level courses take between one and two years to complete, and are considered to be a step prior to study at degree level. They are focused on developing specialised and broad knowledge and skills.
The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) is the policy for regulated qualifications in the Australian education and training system. More information on AQF levels: https://www.aqf.edu.au/aqf-levels.