Course code: PSP40818 Certificate IV in Auslan
The PSP40818 Certificate IV in Auslan enables people who come into contact with Auslan users in their workplaces or community settings to expand their skills and enhance their employment opportunities.
Please see proposed details for delivery for 2019. These details may be subject to change.
- Full Fee $3,250
- Subsidised Price $650 (Non-concessional)*
- Subsidised Price $325 (Concession)*
*The Auslan Interpreter Funding Strategy subsidy is funded by the Queensland Government and available to eligible participants. To be eligible, you must have aspirations to complete the PSP20218 Certificate II in Auslan, PSP30218 Certificate III in Auslan, PSP40818 Certificate IV in Auslan and PSP51018 Diploma of Auslan and sign a declaration form to this effect (the declaration form can be found on the last page of online enrolment form). There are no restrictions regarding prior qualifications. Eligibility Criteria
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
This qualification will enable students to confidently undertake activities in a range of unpredictable and more challenging tasks at an autonomous level.
- Starts 29th January 2019
- 20 Weeks
- Day/Night Course Available
- Tuesday: 9am to 2.30pm - Commencing 29th January 2019
- Mon & Wed: 6pm to 8:30pm - Commencing 30th January 2019
- Training will be provided in an immersive Auslan environment
Students may have gained Auslan fluency from a range of formal and informal networks including formal accredited or non-accredited training, colleagues, family, friends, community or other affiliations. To achieve PSP40818 Certificate IV in Auslan without having previously completed 22075VIC Certificate II in Auslan & 22077VIC Certificate III in Auslan, you must RPL PSP20218 Certificate II in Auslan & PSP30218 Certificate III in Auslan, contact us before enrolling to discuss.
ON SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION STUDENTS SHOULD:
- Demonstrate their understanding of a broad knowledge base of Auslan incorporating some theoretical concepts
- Provide solutions to a defined range of unpredictable problems
- Identify and apply their skills and knowledge to a wide variety of contexts (with depth in some areas)
- Identify, analyse and evaluate information from various sources
- Use Auslan in a range of complex workplace exchanges in personal, learning, employment, social and community contexts
- Use Auslan communication skills for solving complex problems
- Identify the significant differences between the structures of English and Auslan, specifically in sentence structures, time marking strategies and the features of roleshift
- Apply in-depth knowledge of deaf protocol and customs in complex information
- Review own signing to identify strengths and weaknesses and strategies for improvement with teacher support
- Adjust their signing styles to suit a specified audience
- PSPLAN001 Converse in Auslan at a basic user level
- PSPLAN002 Compare the fundamental differences between Auslan and English structure
- PSPLAN003 Source information on Deaf culture, and communicate according to Deaf protocol
- PSPLAN004 Converse in Auslan at an independent user level (familiar subjects)
- PSPLAN005 Analyse the structure of Auslan signs
- PSPLAN006 Research the development of educational and social conditions for Australian Deaf communities
- PSPLAN007 Converse in Auslan at an independent user level (abstract and concrete notions)
- PSPLAN008 Compare the structure of sentences in Auslan and English
- PLPLAN009 Compare other sign language to Auslan
** Students who hold the old VU units of competency will be required to complete some additional Gap Training to achieve PSP40818 at the end of course completion. This will be completed online throughout the 20 week delivery.
DURATION AND DELIVERY
The 20 week course will total 5 hrs face to face per week. Delivery is blended and consists of face to face classes and self-paced online learning through a student portal. Minimum Course numbers are required for courses to go ahead.
**There will be a requirement from student’s to complete extra hours outside of the standard class delivery to make up enough hours for the course. This can be done by attending community events and weekend workshops etc.
VENUE FOR DELIVERY
Day: Deaf Services (915 Ipswich Road, Moorooka)
Night: Our Lady’s College (15 Chester Street, Annerley)
For full paying students, a deposit of 20% of full fee is due upon acceptance into the course with the balance as per individual payment plans.
For students accessing the subsidy, full payment of the student co-contribution fee is required upon acceptance into the course.
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUERIES PLEASE DO NOT HESITATE TO CONTACT US ON STUDY@accesstraining.edu.au OR CALL US ON
07 3892 8539.
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