This course is intended to provide participants with the key basic skills in English required by learners to access a meaningful learning pathway: learning, reading, writing, speaking and listening, and numeracy. This is based on their interests, needs and aspirations across different aspects of life – personal, community, work, and training or education.
Essential entry requirements
Entrants to the Course in Skills to Access Learning Pathways, or part thereof (single units of competency) must:
undertake a pre-training assessment* conducted by a suitably qualified practitioner that determines that the learner’s skill level is working at or below ACSF pre-level 1 for the core skill/s related to the unit/s a learner intends to undertake within this course.
* The pre-training assessment used to assess entrants ACSF levels must align with the focus areas and performance features of the ACSF. The suitably qualified practitioner conducting the pre-training assessment is a person meeting the specialist competency requirements for assessors stated under the “Assessor competencies” section of this course.
The following units have pre-requisites which must be completed and passed before you will be permitted to enrol into a related or subsequent unit:
|SALWRT001 Copy and write basic text||SALRDG001 Demonstrate emerging skills for reading|
|SALWRT002 Produce basic written text||SALRDG002 Demonstrate limited skills for reading|
|How to Apply||Please Enquire|
|AQF Level||Level 1: Certificate I|
Tertiary Admission Centre Codes (TAC) Codes
While this course meets an identified industry/enterprise or community need it does not have the depth and breadth required of a qualification.
Study Mode Definitions
*All study modes may include Vocational placement and/or work integrated learning.
Select a course structure below to view the delivery details , including the different study modes offered for each structure.
This program is typically delivered over a 54 week period, however as it is competency based it may be possible for learners to complete their training sooner if they have reached the required skill level. If the planned duration is less than that described by the AQF (volume of learning), a rationale detailing how the cohort will have the characteristics to achieve the required rigor and depth of training and can meet all of the competency requirements in a shorter time frame will be provided. To complete the Course in Skills to Access Learning Pathways, the learner must complete all 10 core units.
|SALNCY002||Use basic numeracy skills for real-life activities||More Information||Training.gov Details|
|SALWRT002||Produce basic written text||More Information||Training.gov Details|
|SALRDG002||Demonstrate limited skills for reading||More Information||Training.gov Details|
|SALORL002||Use basic English language skills for oral communication||More Information||Training.gov Details|
|SALLRN002||Demonstrate a limited awareness of learning and learning strategies||More Information||Training.gov Details|
|SALNCY001||Use limited numeracy skills for simple, real-life activities||More Information||Training.gov Details|
|SALWRT001||Copy and write basic text||More Information||Training.gov Details|
|SALRDG001||Demonstrate emerging skills for reading||More Information||Training.gov Details|
|SALLRN001||Demonstrate emerging learning strategies||More Information||Training.gov Details|
|SALORL001||Use limited English language skills for oral communication||More Information||Training.gov Details|
|Unit Code||Unit Name|
|SALNCY002||Use basic numeracy skills for real-life activities|
|SALWRT002||Produce basic written text|
|SALRDG002||Demonstrate limited skills for reading|
|SALORL002||Use basic English language skills for oral communication|
|SALLRN002||Demonstrate a limited awareness of learning and learning strategies|
|SALNCY001||Use limited numeracy skills for simple, real-life activities|
|SALWRT001||Copy and write basic text|
|SALRDG001||Demonstrate emerging skills for reading|
|SALLRN001||Demonstrate emerging learning strategies|
|SALORL001||Use limited English language skills for oral communication|