|Course Code:||1632 (National ID: 22075VIC)|| |
|Careers:||Communicate with deaf family or friends || |
Six months (1 semester) full time.
|How:||Full time, Part time|| |
|Where:||PERTH CAMPUS - Building 125 ABERDEEN STREETNORTHBRIDGE6003|| |
|Intake:||Semester 1|| |
|International study available:||No|| |
|Online study available:||No|| |
|Uni pathway available:||No|| |
About the course Ask us a question about this course
In the course you will gain the skills to give and receive simple information in Auslan, in personal, learning, employment, social and community contexts. You will apply the knowledge of Auslan structure when using Auslan signs and fingerspelling in conversation.
By studying at Central you'll be taught by friendly and supportive lecturers who have extensive knowledge and understanding of Auslan. Central is the only institute in WA that offers these qualifications.
View our brochure to see the career pathways for our Auslan courses.
Where this course can lead you
This qualification provides an introduction to Auslan for those who may need to communicate with people who are deaf.
To gain employment as a communicator of Auslan we recommend you consider further study of a Certificate IV/Diploma of Auslan.
Skills you will gain from this course
This qualification will give you the basic skills to communicate with deaf people and is ideal if you have no existing knowledge of Auslan.
By the end of this course you will be able to:
Use simple Auslan in a range of contexts
Understand the development of social and educational conditions for deaf communities
Apply basic principles of learning Auslan as a second language
Understand significant features of the Deaf community and culture
Your Certificate II in Auslan gives you the skills to communicate in Auslan or for further study at Central.
Connected with industry
We ensure our industry partners are involved in the development of our courses and curriculum, so the skills you obtain are relevant to Auslan trends. One of our Auslan partners is the WA Deaf Society
Central's focus on industry relevancy means practical course content geared towards getting you a career. It also means you have an opportunity to network with real Auslan professionals.
Central lecturers are Auslan professionals who have vast experience in using Auslan, giving you the best experience from the people who have achieved the goals you're aiming for. We have also assessed the software and practices this industry uses and replicated it within Central so when you leave, you'll be using familiar technology and processes.
Domestic students:The costs for this course for a semester are: $626 or $313 (concession). On top of this there is also a resource cost of $88. The resource fee is an estimate because the amount depends on which units you choose. You will be given the exact amount at enrolment. Find out more about how the costs are determined.
An estimate of the total cost of the course is $ over the the course takes to complete.
International students:The cost for international students is . You will need to pay for your course fees when you accept your offer and meet all the conditions.
|Description:||Complete 7 units|| |
Title: GROUP 01 - CORE UNITS
Description: Central Institute of Technology offer the units listed below.
Please note: previously completed units may count towards this qualification. Please discuss with the teaching area to determine eligibility.
|25396||VU20228||Use simple Auslan for employment purposes|
|25397||VU20229||Use simple Auslan for learning purposes|
|25398||VU20230||Use simple Auslan for personal purposes|
|25399||VU20231||Use simple Auslan for social and community purposes|
|25400||VU20232||Outline the development of social and educational conditions for deaf communities|
|25401||VU20233||Apply basic principles of learning Auslan as a second language|
|25402||VU20234||Identify significant features of Deaf community and culture|
Getting into this course
In order to gain entry into this course you must demonstrate developed maths and communication skills.
This conversion table explains the grades you need to have obtained at a high school level to meet this entry level requirement.
The Application Process
The process for applying for a course at Central depends on whether you are a local or international student and the way that you will be studying: full time, part time, as an apprentice or trainee.
Our future students area of the website includes a handy guide to help you through the process depending on what type of student you are, and how you are planning on studying.
Find out more information about the process to apply, enrol and pay.
Recognition of Prior Learning
Do you have existing skills? Whether obtained through paid or voluntary work, training or other experiences, you may be able to fast track your study by applying for recognition of prior learning, often referred to as RPL.
Find out more here