Certificate I in Transition Education

22567VIC Certificate I in Transition Education


22567VIC Certificate I in Transition Education

 The focus of the curriculum is to support learners with permanent intellectual disabilities to develop the skills to find the most appropriate option for them in the community after leaving school. This may include employment, volunteer work or further study.   

  • This certificate is delivered at Avenue Neighbourhood House @ Eley in the LifeSkills program.
  • Classes are held on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays during school terms.
  • Students can attend one, two or three days per week.
  • Class times 10:00am - 2:30pm.


Partnership with Secondary Schools

Avenue Neighbourhood House @ Eley (RTO) can partner with secondary schools for the delivery of Vocational Education and Training (VET) in schools.

Doncaster Secondary College

Avenue Neighbourhood House currently partners with Doncaster Secondary College for the delivery of 22567VIC Certificate I in Transition Education for their students. Doncaster Secondary College students can click here for student information and handbook. 

Course Structure

Successful completion of the 22567VIC Certificate I in Transition Education requires successful completion of 10 units:

6 Core:
VU23034    Develop personal goals with support
VU23035    Explore self-development
VU23036    Participate in travel activities
VU23037    Explore future options for further training, work or community activities
VU23038    Participate in the community
VU23039    Use technology for a range of purposes

4 Electives : (combination of the following as decided by tutors )
BSBITU211 Produce digital documents
VU22106    Use recipes to prepare food
VU22359    Conduct a project with guidance
VU23041    Access the media
VU23057    Participate in creative activities
VU23045    Apply numeracy for a range of purposes
VU23040    Explore personal well being
VU22588    Read and write short basic messages and forms

Delivery Options

1 day per week over 5 years
2 days per week over 3 years
3 days per week over 2 years

Students can commence this certificate at any time during the year.

Course Requirements

This certificate is restricted to post-compulsory school aged learners with evidence of a permanent cognitive impairment/ intellectual disability. There are no course pre-requisites as this course is at foundation level.

Pre-Training Review

Part of the enrolment process, Avenue Neighbourhood House @ Eley must conduct a Pre-Training Review of current competencies. The Pre-Training Review will:

a) identify any competencies previously acquired (Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), or Credit Transfer);
b) ascertain the most appropriate qualification for each student to enrol in, 
c) ascertain that the proposed learning strategies and materials are appropriate for each student
d) ascertain current learning, reading, writing, oral communication and numeracy skills. An important component of the pre training review process encompasses each student completing an Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF) assessment.  The (ACSF) assessment enables Avenue Neighbourhood House @ Eley to identify the student’s core skill level in the areas of Learning, Reading, Writing, Oral communication and Numeracy.

The Pre-Training Review will ascertain if this course is suitable for you.

Training and Assessment

For the successful completion of this course, we require students to attend classes regularly. Classes are delivered by a qualified tutor in a face to face classroom setting. Students must complete a series of assessment tasks to a satisfactory level to be deemed competent in each unit. These tasks may take the form of work sheets, projects, computer activities etc. which will be completed in the classroom. Support is provided to assist students to complete these tasks. Please refer to RTO-Support Services Policy in the Student Handbook.

Special Consideration in Assessment

We offer flexible scheduling in training and assessment and are able to extend assessment timeframes to meet student needs. Assistance when undertaking assessment is available by providing oral or scribe services.

Eligibility for Government Funding

To be eligible for government funding an individual must meet Skills First requirements as follows:

a) An individual must be:

i) an Australian citizen; or
ii) a holder of a permanent visa; or
iii) a New Zealand citizen;

b) An individual must not be;

i) the holder of a qualification issued by an Australian higher education provider that is at AQF level 5 (Diploma) or higher
ii) enrolled in the Commonwealth Government’s ‘Skills for Education and Employment’ program and
iii) not attending school.

Please note government funding is only available for up to two government subsidised courses in a calendar year.

Course Fees

Please note fees represent amount payable for one calendar year and as your course exceeds more than one year, new fees will be payable each year. At the end of the calendar year you will be informed of your financial commitment for the coming year and you will have the option to cease your studies if you choose.  

Please refer to the Avenue Neighbourhood House @ Eley Fees and Charges.


This training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding.

IIf you require further information or wish to apply for a place in this course you must contact Avenue Neighbourhood House @ Eley on 9808 2000

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RTO No 20213

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