BSB20120 Certificate II in Workplace Skills
Set yourself up to enter the workforce
The BSB20120 Certificate II in Workplace Skills is designed to prepare individuals for a variety of entry-level roles, as well as reflecting the role of those who may not have yet entered the workforce and are developing the necessary skills in preparation for work.
The BSB20120 Certificate II in Workplace Skills is designed to provide students with the opportunity to learn and practice the skills and knowledge to support them to enter the workforce. The qualification has 10 units of competence – 5 core and 5 electives.
Students will learn how to:
Work effectively and communicate with others
Organise and time-manage
Prepare for the workforce and self-development
Arranged work experience for classroom-based training
Nationally Recognised Training
Industry experienced trainers
- Complete a language, literacy and numeracy quiz.
Unique Student Identifier (USI)
Work Experience Requirements
Students must provide and wear appropriate business clothing whilst on work experience.
Total Commitment = 420+ hours (includes classes, work-experience, self-directed learning and assessment completion).
$240 concession* - classroom training.
Fee for service - $1800
(includes working hours, workplace release time for off the job training, self-directed learning and assessment completion).
$0 – traineeship traineeship**.
Fee for Service - $1800.
Benchmark College has policies, procedures and information to help create a working and learning environment that is safe and healthy, culturally diverse, friendly and non-discriminatory. We encourage students to visit the student section of our website www.benchmark.edu.au to view all relevant policies and procedures.
BSBCMM211 / Apply communication skills
BSBOPS201 / Work effectively in business environments
BSBPEF202 / Plan and apply time management
BSBSUS211 / Participate in sustainable work practices
BSBWHS211 / Contribute to the health and safety of self and others
BSBCRT201 / Develop and apply thinking and problem solving skills
BSBTEC203 / Research using the internet
BSBPEF101 / Plan and prepare for work readiness
Two (2) of the following units to be chosen for delivery as determined at student entry level of LLN pre-enrolment assessment. No more than two (2) FSK units can be included in each enrolment.
FSKRDG010 / Read and respond to routine workplace information
FSKWTG003 / Write short and simple workplace information
FSKOCM003 / Participate in familiar spoken interactions at work
FSKOCM006 / Use oral communication skills to participate in workplace teams
This training is subsidised by the NSW Government. To be eligible to receive funding, the following eligibility criteria must be met:
be an Australian citizen, an Australian permanent resident, a humanitarian visa holder or a New Zealand citizen and;
be aged 15 years or older and;
have left school and;
live or work in New South Wales
How the course works
Students enrolling in this program must be working full-time or part-time in a suitable business environment. For those in a full-time traineeship, a minimum of 30 hours per week (averaged over a 4-week period) is required to be worked. A trainer and assessor visits the student in the workplace over the course of their traineeship. In addition to the face-to-face learning support, students’ progress and learning support needs will be monitored via telephone/email contact in between workplace visits.
This course is also available as a School Based Traineeship for Year 10, 11 and 12 high school students. A school-based traineeship combines paid work, training and school with a nationally recognised qualification, whilst gaining credit toward the HSC. Please ask Benchmark College for more information or visit https://sbatinnsw.info/
Practical and work-related activities designed to allow each student the opportunity to apply their learning in a real work environment are undertaken. These activities will vary, e.g. research an organisational policy and procedure, watch a colleague complete a task, buddy with a colleague on a workplace project or gain experience in undertaking a particular activity.
Students enrolling in this program are required to attend class 2 days per week from 9:00am – 4:00pm. The remaining 3 days are dedicated to self-directed learning and assessment activities. Students are also required to attend 2 weeks of work experience.
This program includes training delivery and a range of interactive activities designed to build student’s underpinning knowledge and develop competence in each unit. Students will also get the opportunity to practice and apply their learning by practicing key skills such as communication, problem solving, teamwork and prioritising.
Classroom students participate in work experience. This provides students with an opportunity to:
Practice newly learnt skills and apply theory learnt in the classroom.
Build the skills that employers want like teamwork, communication and reliability.
Increase confidence and show individuals they are ready for work.