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- Literacy Skills
- Maths Year 10 General & Intermediate
- Maths Year 10 Advanced
- Digital Literacy Skills
- TAFE Study Skills
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Do you have the reading and writing skills you need for study?
Choosing which Certificate course can be difficult. Courses start from Certificate 1 level and go upwards. Some courses require the student to have certain study skills.
Where you start will depend on whether the course has any pre-requisites and your experience. Here are links to exercises to help you understand the different Certificate levels so you can work out which Certificate level will be best for you.
Do you have the maths skills you need for study?
Year 10 Maths
We use maths every day when we work out what time to get up in the morning, in what sequence we do things and how long it will take us. We use it when we shop, when we save and in our jobs. Maths informs us about our world and is even in the music we listen to. Best of all, maths defines the beauty in nature. This video will give you a glimpse of one aspect of the beauty in mathematics through the amazing Fibonacci sequence.
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Do you have the digital literacy skills you need for study?
The way we learn today has changed radically in the last decade. We no longer expect all our learning to take place in the class room or even in set classes at set times. Today the internet has opened the world to learning about an endless range of topics delivered in ever changing ways.
At the same time, a student like yourself may feel overwhelmed by the sheer volume of information available to you. Combine this with the ever changing methods of communications including social media, and you are sure to get confused. Even those of us who have been using the Internet for some time may not be aware of all it has to offer.
TAFE Digital Study Skills
New to the world of studying online?
Check our Study Skills website dedicated to online studying techniques. You’ll find lots of practical tips, how to’s and suggestions on different aspects of studying like planning, setting goals, and strategies for learning new skills, new knowledge. All of these are skills or habits which can be learned that go a long way to helping you do well in your studies.