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Course Overview

Course Type:
Accredited course
Mode of Delivery:
On Campus

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Course Duration:
9 months
Commencing in:
  • 2024

No upcoming intakes for this course this year.
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About this course

Designed for those who want to learn about their culture while developing employment and study skills, this course enables you to explore your Aboriginality, culture and community and develop your personal strengths and connections.
You will develop language, literacy and numeracy skills while learning how to access a range of education and/or employment options.

Our Certificate III Mumgu-dhal tyama-tiyt community, connection and pathways enables the development of leadership skills to participate more fully in community activities and develop vocational and study skills to pathway into further training, study or employment.
You will develop knowledge of the Indigenous arts industry with a focus on own culture while learning study and art skills, mentoring and how to work as part of a team on community projects.

Career Opportunities

Develop your skills further for job seeking, career planning and work skills pathways that include pre-employment training and further study.

Opportunities for Further Study

On successful completion students may look to further study in other industry specific courses.

Skills or Knowledge gained

You will learn how to:
• Identify personal career and educational pathways
• Develop leadership skills as a member of an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander community
• Investigate government structures and decision-making processes and ways in which Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander organisations can influence government
• Develop vocational and study skills to pathway into further training, study or employment.

Entry Requirements

Are there specified requirements for entry into the course/qualification?: No

Mandatory entry requirements:


Recommended entry Requirements:

It is recommended that students who undertake this qualification are of Indigenous heritage. Students who are not of Indigenous heritage are required to be connected to Community as some units for successful completion only apply to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander learners and require the support of Elders, Community members or family members.

Limitations to course Entry:


Minimum Industry Requirement

Not applicable.

Licensing/Regulatory Requirements

Will this course/qualification or a constituent unit provide a pathway to an industry licence or regulated outcome: No

Qualifications and Recognition - 2024

Upon successful completion of this course students will be eligible to receive the Certificate III in Mumgu-dhal tyama-tiyt community, connection and pathways.

Work Placement - 2024

Does this course require placement?: No

Further Information - 2024


Fees and charges Government subsidised concession Government subsidised Full-fee paying student
Maximum full course tuition fee* (GST exempt) $513.00 $2,565.00 $7,627.50
Materials fee* (GST exempt) $100.00 $100.00 $100.00
Total $613.00 $2,665.00 $7,727.50
VET Student Loans

Not Applicable for this course

Help with fees

Sample course units

BSBPEF202 Plan and apply time management
BSBWHS211 Contribute to the health and safety of self and others
CUADES201 Follow a design process
CUAPAI211 Develop painting skills
CUAPPR211 Make simple creative work
CUAPRI211 Develop printmaking skills
VU22412 Implement And Review A Project
VU22525 Assist with the presentation of public activities and events
VU23231 Explore your story
VU23232 Profile an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person or community organisation
VU23233 Participate in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander events of significance
VU23237 Investigate language acquisition
VU23258 Apply further study skills
VU23259 Plan for career and learning
VU23260 Develop leadership skills as a member of an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander community
VU23261 Investigate Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander participation in government decision-making

The assessment for each course varies. It may include knowledge questions, practical skills tasks, projects, research work, on the job assessment, etc. Your assessor or educator will provide specific information on the requirements for your course.

You can expect that:

  • assessment methods are clear
  • assessment tasks are relevant and meet the requirements of your course
  • assessor or educator demonstrate fairness and lack of bias when assessing your work
  • educators will provide open and honest feedback about assessment tasks.