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MSF20313 - Certificate II in Furniture Making
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  • Snapshot
      • Course Code
      • MSF20313
      • Commencement
      • Rolling Enrolments
      • Study Area
      • Trades & Licensing
      • Locations
      • Sherwood Park
      • Mode & Length
      • Part Time
      • Application
      • Direct Entry
      • Course Description
      • If you are considering a career in the furniture or building trades, this course is likely to appeal to you. It will allow you to become skilled in the use of hand and power tools while teaching you about safety, timber joints and construction, assembly and the operation of woodworking. One of the primary advantages of this course is that the skills it teaches can be broadly applied to anything from furniture making to kitchen cabinetry. Another great thing is that it provides an excellent pathway to higher-level qualifications.

      • Training Facilities
      • The facilities are state of the art technology and equipment, including static maching in a simulated factory setting and purpose-built workshops that provide hands-on training for students; the perfect ingredient for trade-based learning.
  • Careers & Pathways
      • Career Opportunities
        • Cabinet Making Apprenticeship
        • Furniture Making Apprenticeship
      • Pathways & Value Adding to Your Course
      • This course is a pathway to an apprenticeship within the building industry.
  • Apply & Enrol
      • Application & Entry Requirements
      • This course is available via Direct Entry.
        Direct Entry - apply directly to the Institute by speaking to the Course Coordinator. Details available from the Customer Service Centre.
        Entry Requirements for this course include;

        • All students must be at least 15 years of age by 28 April.
      • Enrolment Process
      • Once the selection and eligibility process for this course has been finalised, the enrolment process can begin.

        An Enrolment Form is available from the Course Coordinator and must be signed by the Course Coordinator, prior to enrolling. Once the Course Coordinator has signed the Enrolment Form, this must be taken with evidence of eligibility documentation*, with payment, and any concession card (not valid for Diploma and Advanced Diploma level courses) to the Customer Service Centre at any of our campuses.

        Please contact the Customer Service Centre with any questions regarding the enrolment process.

        * For detail information please go to http://www.swtafe.vic.edu.au/students/now-to-enrol/enrolment-process/

      • Unique Student Identifier
      • If you are studying nationally recognised training in Australia, you are required to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI). Your USI links to an online account that contains your training records and results for training completed from 1 January 2015 onwards. One of the main benefits of the USI is the ability to provide you with easy access to your training records and results throughout your life and this will assist you when applying for a job or enrolling in further study. You are required to have a USI at the time of enrolment – especially if you want to use VET Fee Help to defer your fees. To apply online or get more information go to www.usi.gov.au.
  • Fees & Charges
      • Victorian Training Guarantee
      • The Victorian Training Guarantee makes TAFE training more accessible to people who do not have a post-school qualification or who want to gain a higher level qualification than they already have. It provides funding to support the training of every eligible person seeking to undertake accredited training at South West TAFE.
        Eligibility to access the Victorian Training Guarantee varies on individual circumstances such as citizenship, age and prior educational history.
        Speak with a Customer Service Officer on 1300 648 911 to determine your eligibility for each course.

        Accessing a government subsidised training place under the Victorian Training Guarantee may affect future training options and eligibility for further government subsidised training under the Victorian Training Guarantee.

      • Fees & Charges
      • Every course has applicable fees and charges. These are generally a combination of a Tuition Fee, General Service Fee and Course Consumable and/or Resource fees.

        For general information regarding fees and charges go to our website http://www.swtafe.vic.edu.au/students/fees-and-charges or contact our Customer Service Centre on 1300 648 911 or info@swtafe.vic.edu.au.

      • Tuition Fees
      • The following tables outline the tuition fees per unit for the Certificate II in Furniture Making (Pre-Apprenticeship) .You will be required to enrol in and complete all Core Units, however, you will make a selection of units from the Electives depending on the requirements of the qualification and/or your employer (if applicable).

        The “Student Pays” price displayed is for government subsidised training. The Government subsidised Tuition Fee for this course is $2.50 per hour.

        There are a number of criteria that you will need to meet in order to be eligible for support from the Victorian Training Guarantee (VTG). If you don’t meet those criteria you will be a full fee paying student.

        If you meet all eligibility criteria and hold a current healthcare or pension card, you may be eligible to receive a fee concession. The concession rate is applicable for Certificate I to Certificate IV courses only.

        For more information regarding full fee pricing and concession rates, contact our Customer Service Centre on 1300 648 911 or info@swtafe.vic.edu.au.

        The student tuition fees as published are estimated for 2016 fee rates, and are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment. Additional fees may also apply, such as materials and amenities.

      • Core Units
      • CodeNameHoursVTG PaysStudent Pays
          112$1,176.00$280.00
        MSAPMSUP102ACommunicate in the workplace20$210.00$50.00
        MSAPMSUP106AWork in a team30$315.00$75.00
        MSFGN2001Make measurements and calculations30$315.00$75.00
        MSFFM2005Join solid timber8$84.00$20.00
        MSFFF2004Prepare surfaces for finishing24$252.00$60.00
      • Elective Units
      • CodeNameHoursVTG PaysStudent Pays
        CPCCOHS1001AWork Safely In The Construction Industry6$63.00$15.00
        HLTFA211AProvide Basic Emergency Life Support8$84.00$20.00
        LMFFM2001BUse Furniture Making Sector Hand And Power Tools40$420.00$100.00
        MSAENV272BParticipate In Environmentally Sustainable Work Practices30$315.00$75.00
        MSAPMOHS200AWork safely30$315.00$75.00
        MSFFM2002Assemble furnishing components20$210.00$50.00
        MSFFM2006Hand make timber joints40$420.00$100.00
        MSFFM2007Follow plans to assemble production furniture16$168.00$40.00
        MSFFM2010Set up and operate basic static machines56$588.00$140.00
        MSFFM3002Construct furniture using leg and rail method64$672.00$160.00
  • Student Support
      • Student Support
      • At South West TAFE we're here to help you complete your studies happily and successfully.

        From the moment you start thinking about course options until you finish, you’ll have access to a range of student support options, covering enrolment, education, social and personal issues, including:

        • Education Pathway Officers who can help you with information sessions, fee payment options, TAFE and university pathways, career pathways and campus tours
        • A DHHS registered Disability Support Team
        • Koorie Liaison Officer
        • Student Wellbeing Officer supporting your personal and social needs
        • Library and Research Centre
        • Bookshop supplying a range of textbooks and stationery
        • Student Learning Support including literacy and numeracy
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MSF20313 - Certificate II in Furniture Making

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  • Snapshot
      • Course Code
      • MSF20313
      • Commencement
      • Rolling Enrolments
      • Study Area
      • Trades & Licensing
      • Locations
      • Sherwood Park
      • Mode & Length
      • Part Time
      • Application
      • Direct Entry
      • Course Description
      • If you are considering a career in the furniture or building trades, this course is likely to appeal to you. It will allow you to become skilled in the use of hand and power tools while teaching you about safety, timber joints and construction, assembly and the operation of woodworking. One of the primary advantages of this course is that the skills it teaches can be broadly applied to anything from furniture making to kitchen cabinetry. Another great thing is that it provides an excellent pathway to higher-level qualifications.

      • Training Facilities
      • The facilities are state of the art technology and equipment, including static maching in a simulated factory setting and purpose-built workshops that provide hands-on training for students; the perfect ingredient for trade-based learning.
  • Careers & Pathways
      • Career Opportunities
        • Cabinet Making Apprenticeship
        • Furniture Making Apprenticeship
      • Pathways & Value Adding to Your Course
      • This course is a pathway to an apprenticeship within the building industry.
  • Apply & Enrol
      • Application & Entry Requirements
      • This course is available via Direct Entry.
        Direct Entry - apply directly to the Institute by speaking to the Course Coordinator. Details available from the Customer Service Centre.
        Entry Requirements for this course include;

        • All students must be at least 15 years of age by 28 April.
      • Enrolment Process
      • Once the selection and eligibility process for this course has been finalised, the enrolment process can begin.

        An Enrolment Form is available from the Course Coordinator and must be signed by the Course Coordinator, prior to enrolling. Once the Course Coordinator has signed the Enrolment Form, this must be taken with evidence of eligibility documentation*, with payment, and any concession card (not valid for Diploma and Advanced Diploma level courses) to the Customer Service Centre at any of our campuses.

        Please contact the Customer Service Centre with any questions regarding the enrolment process.

        * For detail information please go to http://www.swtafe.vic.edu.au/students/now-to-enrol/enrolment-process/

      • Unique Student Identifier
      • If you are studying nationally recognised training in Australia, you are required to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI). Your USI links to an online account that contains your training records and results for training completed from 1 January 2015 onwards. One of the main benefits of the USI is the ability to provide you with easy access to your training records and results throughout your life and this will assist you when applying for a job or enrolling in further study. You are required to have a USI at the time of enrolment – especially if you want to use VET Fee Help to defer your fees. To apply online or get more information go to www.usi.gov.au.
  • Fees & Charges
      • Victorian Training Guarantee
      • The Victorian Training Guarantee makes TAFE training more accessible to people who do not have a post-school qualification or who want to gain a higher level qualification than they already have. It provides funding to support the training of every eligible person seeking to undertake accredited training at South West TAFE.
        Eligibility to access the Victorian Training Guarantee varies on individual circumstances such as citizenship, age and prior educational history.
        Speak with a Customer Service Officer on 1300 648 911 to determine your eligibility for each course.

        Accessing a government subsidised training place under the Victorian Training Guarantee may affect future training options and eligibility for further government subsidised training under the Victorian Training Guarantee.

      • Fees & Charges
      • Every course has applicable fees and charges. These are generally a combination of a Tuition Fee, General Service Fee and Course Consumable and/or Resource fees.

        For general information regarding fees and charges go to our website http://www.swtafe.vic.edu.au/students/fees-and-charges or contact our Customer Service Centre on 1300 648 911 or info@swtafe.vic.edu.au.

      • Tuition Fees
      • The following tables outline the tuition fees per unit for the Certificate II in Furniture Making (Pre-Apprenticeship) .You will be required to enrol in and complete all Core Units, however, you will make a selection of units from the Electives depending on the requirements of the qualification and/or your employer (if applicable).

        The “Student Pays” price displayed is for government subsidised training. The Government subsidised Tuition Fee for this course is $2.50 per hour.

        There are a number of criteria that you will need to meet in order to be eligible for support from the Victorian Training Guarantee (VTG). If you don’t meet those criteria you will be a full fee paying student.

        If you meet all eligibility criteria and hold a current healthcare or pension card, you may be eligible to receive a fee concession. The concession rate is applicable for Certificate I to Certificate IV courses only.

        For more information regarding full fee pricing and concession rates, contact our Customer Service Centre on 1300 648 911 or info@swtafe.vic.edu.au.

        The student tuition fees as published are estimated for 2016 fee rates, and are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment. Additional fees may also apply, such as materials and amenities.

      • Core Units
      • CodeNameHoursSubsidyTuition
          112$1,176.00$280.00
        MSAPMSUP102ACommunicate in the workplace20$210.00$50.00
        MSAPMSUP106AWork in a team30$315.00$75.00
        MSFGN2001Make measurements and calculations30$315.00$75.00
        MSFFM2005Join solid timber8$84.00$20.00
        MSFFF2004Prepare surfaces for finishing24$252.00$60.00
      • Elective Units
      • CodeNameHoursSubsidyTuition
        CPCCOHS1001AWork Safely In The Construction Industry6$63.00$15.00
        HLTFA211AProvide Basic Emergency Life Support8$84.00$20.00
        LMFFM2001BUse Furniture Making Sector Hand And Power Tools40$420.00$100.00
        MSAENV272BParticipate In Environmentally Sustainable Work Practices30$315.00$75.00
        MSAPMOHS200AWork safely30$315.00$75.00
        MSFFM2002Assemble furnishing components20$210.00$50.00
        MSFFM2006Hand make timber joints40$420.00$100.00
        MSFFM2007Follow plans to assemble production furniture16$168.00$40.00
        MSFFM2010Set up and operate basic static machines56$588.00$140.00
        MSFFM3002Construct furniture using leg and rail method64$672.00$160.00
  • Student Support
      • Student Support
      • At South West TAFE we're here to help you complete your studies happily and successfully.

        From the moment you start thinking about course options until you finish, you’ll have access to a range of student support options, covering enrolment, education, social and personal issues, including:

        • Education Pathway Officers who can help you with information sessions, fee payment options, TAFE and university pathways, career pathways and campus tours
        • A DHHS registered Disability Support Team
        • Koorie Liaison Officer
        • Student Wellbeing Officer supporting your personal and social needs
        • Library and Research Centre
        • Bookshop supplying a range of textbooks and stationery
        • Student Learning Support including literacy and numeracy