Graduate certificate

Advanced Diploma of Business

To complete BSB60215 Advanced Diploma of Business , students need to complete 8 elective units. Students may apply for exemption for any unit in which they can successfully demonstrate competency.

Certificate IV Information Technology Networking

To complete ICT40418 Certificate IV in Information Technology Networking, students need to complete 17 units of competency consisting of 8 core units and 9 elective units. Students may apply for exemption for any unit in which they can successfully demonstrate competency. 

GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

The Graduate Diploma of Business Administration builds upon the Graduate Certificate and provides you with an understanding of the strategic approach required to achieve organisational success. This necessitates the adoption of disruptive innovation as well as emotional and cultural intelligence.

GRADUATE CERTIFICATE OF EDUCATION (SPECIAL EDUCATION)

This course takes a Design Thinking approach to analyse issues and challenges faced by persons with a range of additional learning needs. Informed by advanced theoretical knowledge, the Graduate Certificate of Education (Special Education) focuses on problem solving from a person first perspective. The person first approach allows situations to be tackled from the perspective …

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GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN LEARNING AND TEACHING

A Graduate Certificate in Education focuses on contemporary theories and practices of learning and teaching to enable participants to enhance their teaching, with a particular focus on innovative hybrid and blended approaches.

PERSON FIRST IN AUTISM

This course will develop your knowledge and skills in supporting individuals with Autism throughout their education. Torrens uses a ‘person first’ approach to introduce the problem-solving and active listening skills required when supporting an individual with autism. You will interact with a range of experiential perspectives of autism, using interviews and scenarios to develop their …

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INTRODUCTION TO MENTAL HEALTH CONDITIONS

In this short course, you will be introduced to a range of mental health conditions. The person first approach is used in this subject to introduce the problem solving skills required when supporting an individual with anxiety, depression and eating disorders.

DYSLEXIA

Viewed across a spectrum, dyslexia can be difficult to recognise. By expanding on the understanding of dyslexia traits and range of support tools, this subject uncovers the complexity of dyslexia and how to recognise and support individuals. You will be presented with perspectives from the lived experience of individuals and parents demonstrating varying contexts and …

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DESIGN THINKING FOR EDUCATION

This course explores the origins and processes of design thinking and its use across a range of disciplines and contexts. You will engage in a design thinking process to identify and plan to address an issue within your own professional context. As a result of this process, you will ultimately arrive at an advanced understanding …

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