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OTEN Course and Career Guide : 2011 OTEN Course and Careers Guide
33 Communication and Media Organisations need communication professionals to represent them to the public, in the media and to their customers. You may need to be the face of the organisation in person, in writing or through a growing number of technologies. If you want to help public or private corporations get their message across, then a course in Communication and Media is a great start. Transcript of Results Blogs, Wikis, Facebook: A taster Course No: 32000 WSI PLUS fee: $220 Description: In this unit students will develop the skills and knowledge needed to use a broad range of Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) in an integrated manner to communicate appropriately and effectively with individuals and/or groups in workplace, educational and/or community settings. Entry Requirements: There are no formal educational entry requirements for this course. Transcript of Results Career Change: strategies and skills evaluation Course No: 32000 WSI PLUS fee: $255 Description: Students will develop the skills and knowledge needed to develop and implement a career plan; apply for suitable employment and to evaluate performance in the job application process. The skills developed are suitable whether entering or re-entering the workforce or applying for positions within the organisation where students already work. Entry Requirements: There are no formal educational entry requirements for this course. Career Opportunities: Suitable whether entering or re-entering the workforce or applying for positions within an organisation. Statement of Attainment in (NRT) Communicating in the Media Course No: 9065 Description: Communication skills for working with the media in a range of industries. Entry Requirements: NSW HSC or equivalent, or industry experience in communication and/or media workplace experience. Career Opportunities: Depending on the electives you have chosen, this course develops communication skills and knowledge to enable you to work in a variety of areas in the industry. VET FEE-HELP is available for this course. Diploma of (NRT) Communication and Media Course No: 9075 WSI PLUS fee: $4,995 Description: This course provides the development of communication skills which support employment opportunities as well as further education and training in vocational or higher education settings. These skills may be used in a range of industries and contexts such as in communication roles in public and private organisations, as an information officer, publicity officer or arts officer, event facilitator, publicity officer, community development officer, event facilitator in a non-government organisation, professional technical communicator, small media information officer or media assistant. Entry Requirements: NSW HSC or equivalent or appropriate industry experience under supervision in a communication and/or media role. Career Opportunities: Information Officer, Local government Administrative/ Information Officer, Publicity Officer, Media/Communication Assistant, Media Producer/Director Assistant. Certificate IV in (NRT) Communication and Media Course No: 9 074 National Code: 91404NSW Description: Provides the skills and knowledge you need if working, or applying for a job, or if you wish to increase your communication and media skills. It helps you to develop a broad range of skills in communication and media, workplace and media writing, interpersonal skills and the use of communication technology tools for a range of industries. Entry Requirements: NSW HSC or equivalent or appropriate industry experience under supervision in a communication and/or media role. Career Opportunities: Information Officer, Local government Administrative/ Information Officer, Publicity Officer, Media/Communication Assistant, Media Producer/Director Assistant.
2010 OTEN Course and Career Guide