Skill Up - Basic English and Computers

Assessments are made against units of competency from the Certificate I in Access to Vocational Pathways FSK10113.
  • Write basic workplace information (FSKWTG03)
  • Use basic strategies for work-related learning (FSKLRG04)
  • Engage in basic spoken exchanges at work (FSKOCM02)
  • Use digital technology for simple workplace tasks (FSKDIG02)
  • Read and respond to basic workplace information (FSKRDG04)

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Course description

Course description Skill Up- Basic English and Computers 12 week short course delivering part of the following qualification: FSK10113 Access to Vocational Pathways

This training is funded by the NSW Government and is free for eligible applicants (see

Session Information

Wednesdays, 28 February until 30 May 2018 (no classes during school holidays)


CORE Community Services, corner of McBurney Rd and Railway Parade, Cabramatta

This course will help you to improve your English, learning and computer skills so you can pursue your education and work goals.

You will study the following units from FSK10113 Access to Vocational Pathways:

  • FSKWTG03 – Write Basic Workplace Information
  • FSKOCM02 – Engage in basic Spoken Exchanges at Work
  • FSKRDG04 – Read and Respond to Basic Workplace Information
  • FSKLRG04 – Use Basic Strategies for Work-related Learning
  • FSKDIG02 – Use Digital technology for Simply Workplace Tasks
  • Vocational Pathways (nonaccredited)

Eligibility and how to Enrol:
To find out if you are eligible for the FREE course and enrol, please attend the following Information Session:

Wednesday 7 February 2018 at 10 a.m.
CORE Community Services at the corner of Railway Parade and McBurney Rd., Cabramatta.

To be eligible you must:

  • be 15 years or older and have left school
  • live and work in NSW
  • be an Australian or New Zealand citizen; permanent resident; humanitarian visa or eligible bridging visa holder
  • have (or be willing to get) a Unique Student Identifier (
  • receive eligible Centrelink benefits or meet other eligibility criteria (see
  • not be taking another government-funded course at the same time

Please bring the following to the information session:

  • Australian passport or citizenship document or foreign passport and visa documents or travel document or Immicard
  • Centrelink card or benefits letter
  • NSW Driver’s License or NSW Photo ID
  • USI number (Unique Student Identifier)

Additional information