Register of South Australian Skills Commission Endorsed Micro-credentials

Micro-credentials are shorter than a full qualification and have been developed by industry and training providers to address skills and training gaps. South Australian micro-credentials can comprise of accredited training components, non-accredited training, or a combination of both.

The South Australian Skills Commission’s endorsement of a micro-credential provides confidence to employers and individuals that the learning outcomes it delivers will meet current and future industry needs, and that learners will gain the relevant skills, knowledge and attributes that are required by industry.

The table below outlines the micro-credentials that have been endorsed by the Commission.

*Note - responsibility for maintaining the quality of training delivered remains with the provider of the micro-credential, in line with relevant state and national requirements.


Micro-credential nameCourse descriptionThe OwnerEndorsement duration

Food and Beverage Essentials

This course equips students working/intending to work in front of house positions in the hospitality industry with skills in, and information about, dealing with customer complaints, general customer interaction, serving alcohol responsibly in accordance with current legislation, and using safe, hygienic practices and current techniques in the service of food and beverages. The course includes online and offline delivery of four units of competency over 135 nominal hours, as per below:

  1. Provide responsible service of alcohol (SITHFAB002)
  2. Use hygienic practices for food safety (SITXFSA001)
  3. Prepare and serve espresso coffee (SITHFAB005)
  4. Serve food and beverage (SITHFAB007)

Licensed Club Industry Training Foundation Inc. (RTO ID 1050)

5 February 2021 – 5 February 2023

Gaming Room Essentials

This course will equip new and existing members of the hospitality industry with skills in, and information about, front of house duties, current service techniques, legislation, ways to retain patronage through quality customer service, and effective handling of common customer complaints. The course includes online and offline delivery of four units of competency over 70 nominal hours, as per below:

  1. Provide service to customers (SITXCCS006)
  2. Provide responsible service of alcohol (SITHFAB002)
  3. Provide responsible gambling services (SITHGAM001)
  4. Attend gaming machines (SITHGAM002)

This micro-credential is a pathway to commencing a Certificate III in Hospitality (SIT30616).

Licensed Club Industry Training Foundation Inc. (RTO ID 1050)

5 February 2021 – 5 February 2023

Apprentice Supervisor – Civil Construction

This micro-credential is designed to quickly upskill team leaders and supervisors to successfully manage apprentices and young people. The course includes online and offline delivery of three units of competency and one non-accredited subject, as per below:

  1. Provide leadership in the supervision of diverse work teams (RIILAT402E)
  2. Support the learning and development of teams and individuals (BSBHRM413)
  3. Implement and monitor WHS policies, procedures and programs to meet legislative requirements (BSBWHS411)
  4. Non-Accredited Component - Conflict Resolution

Civil Contractors Federation South Australia Ltd (RTO ID 45621)

5 August 2021 – 5 February 2023

Small Civil Team Leader

This micro-credential enables learners to quickly develop skills in managing small civic works teams. The course includes online and offline delivery of three units of competency and one non-accredited subject, as per below:

  1. Demonstrate leadership in the workplace (BSBLDR411)
  2. Apply and monitor site plant and resource management plan (RIIRAI402D)
  3. Apply site risk management system (RIIRIS401E)
  4. Non-Accredited Component - Conflict resolution

Civil Contractors Federation South Australia Ltd (RTO ID 45621)

5 August 2021 – 5 February 2023

Cut-Off Saw Operator – Civil Construction

This micro-credential provides participants with the required skills and knowledge to enable the use of a cut-off saw in a safe and proficient manner in the workplace. The course includes online and offline delivery of two units of competency and one non-accredited subject, as per below:

  1. Operate small plant and equipment (RIISAM204E)
  2. Conduct local risk control (RIIRIS201E)
  3. Non-Accredited Component - Cut-off Saw

Civil Contractors Federation South Australia Ltd (RTO ID 45621)

5 August 2021 – 5 February 2023

Tunnelling Support Worker – Civil Construction

This micro-credential provides participants with higher skills needed in tunnelling within the civil construction industry in South Australia. The course includes online and offline delivery of six units of competency, as per below:

  1. Tunnel Construction (Technical): Operate elevating work platform (RIIHAN301E)
  2. Tunnel Construction (General): Apply WHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry (CPCCWHS2001)
  3. Carry out concrete work (RIICCM209E)
  4. Enter and work in confined spaces (RIIWHS202E)
  5. Work safely at heights (RIIWHS204E)
  6. Licence to operate a forklift truck (TLILIC0003)

Civil Contractors Federation South Australia Ltd (RTO ID 45621)

5 August 2021 – 5 February 2023

Community Broadcasting Delivery Skill Set

This micro-credential will provide students with technical and operational skills for broadcasting delivery. This course includes online and offline delivery of four units of competency, as per below:

  1. Identify and use specific industry standard technologies (ICTICT221)
  2. Install software applications (ICTICT206)
  3. Develop a web presence using social media (ICTWEB306)
  4. Develop techniques for presenting information on air (CUAAIR211)

The Academy of Interactive Entertainment Ltd (RTO ID 88021)

9 September 2021 – 9 September 2024

Introduction to Coopering

Coopering is the artisan trade of building, repairing, and maintaining wooden barrels. These barrels are primarily used for wine and spirit making and South Australia has a large winemaking industry.

The Introduction to Coopering micro-credential will focus on providing students with practical training in the construction and repair of barrels. This course consists of the following two units of competency which are electives units in the Furnishing Training Package (MSF). It is anticipated that the two units will be delivered via face to face over 1 - 2 weeks for a total of 80 nominal hours, as per below:

  1. Use coopering sector hand and power tools (MSFCP2001)
  2. Maintain and repair barrels (MSFCP2004)

Flexible Construction Training and Assessment Pty Ltd (RTO ID 40057)

4 November 2021 - 4 May 2023

Introduction to Naval Shipbuilding

Introduction to Naval Shipbuilding Micro-credential will help prepare for employment in the Defence Industry. This course will expose learners to naval shipbuilding industry and terminology and to prepare potential naval shipbuilding employees with an understanding of naval shipbuilding products, process, and people.

The course consists of the following seven non-accredited subjects and can be delivered via face to face or self-paced online. It is anticipated that each subject would take either 16 hours face to face training and assessment or over 4 weeks for self-paced learning:

  1. Importance of Naval Shipbuilding in the Mission of the RAN
  2. Naval Ships and the Shipbuilding Industry
  3. Understanding the Customer and End User
  4. Making Sense of the Naval Shipbuilding Industry
  5. Speaking the Language of Shipbuilding
  6. General Systems and Components of Naval Vessels
  7. Working Safely and Protecting the Environment

KHA Defence Solutions Pty Ltd

(Former name: NSI (AUST) PTY LTD).

4 November 2021 - 4 November 2024

Introduction to Combat Systems Engineering

The Introduction to Combat Systems Engineering micro-credential is a skill set that meets the unique needs of Naval Shipbuilding programs in South Australia. This micro-credential will be offered through the Naval Shipbuilding College as a part of its registered learning packages to support the shipbuilding industry.

The Introduction to Combat Systems Engineering micro-credential consists of the following four (4) non-accredited modules. It will focus on providing students with both theory and practical training in the Combat Systems. The Introduction to Combat Systems Engineering micro-credential will be delivered and assessed over 75 hours via online or face to face learning.

  • Module 1 – The Context
  • Module 2 – Core Processes
  • Module 3 – Specialties
  • Module 4 – Technology Domains.

The Introduction to Combat Systems Engineering micro-credential can be delivered in modules over a three-month period, or as an intensive course over two weeks depending on the characteristics of the target group.

SAAB Australia Pty Ltd

2 December 2021 - 2 June 2023

Cloud Computing Practitioner

Cloud Computing Practitioner - AWS re/Start is a full-time, skills development program that prepares learners for careers in the Cloud.

Through scenario-based learning, hands-on labs, and coursework, learners can gain the technical and soft skills they need for an entry-level Cloud role.

Cloud Computing Practitioner - AWS re/Start also focuses on building professional skills such as adaptive communication, time management, and collaboration. The program aims to build a diverse pipeline of entry-level Cloud talent and it is suitable to all cohorts including young people (17-24 years old), job seeker, workers reskilling to perform changing job tasks, workers upskilling to progress in their career, transitioning workers changing industries and apprentices or trainees.

This Cloud Computing Practitioner micro-credential course consists of seven non-accredited subjects as follows:

  1. Introduction to Cloud (20 hours)
  2. Linux Fundamentals (42 hours)
  3. Networking Fundamentals (22 hours)
  4. Security Fundamentals (33 hours)
  5. Python Programming (46 hours)
  6. Database Fundamentals (31 hours)
  7. Jumpstart on AWS (120 hours)

The Cloud Computing Practitioner micro-credential can be made available via online, face-to-face and blended delivery mode to meet industry skills needs.

Training will be delivered to South Australian residents only by two registered training organisations: Goanna Education Training Pty Ltd (TP 45707) and Academy IT Pty Ltd (TP 40358).

Amazon Web Services Australia Pty Ltd

3 February 2022 – 3 August 2023

Introduction to Gardening

The Introduction to Gardening micro-credential was developed to target school leavers and unemployed people and provide a larger group of people with the required entry level skills for a role in horticulture that can be expanded further through additional training.

The Introduction to Gardening micro-credential consists of the following four units of competency from the Certificate III in Horticulture and will equip students with a detailed overview of the gardening industry and the work standards that apply, especially in relation to personal protective equipment and safe working practices.

  1. AHCWHS301 - Contribute to work health and safety processes
  2. AHCMOM304 - Operate machinery and equipment
  3. AHCTRF309 - Implement a grassed area maintenance program
  4. AHCPGD304 - Implement a landscape maintenance program

This course consists of around 250 nominal hours. The delivery mode will include both off job (Workshop and Classroom) and on job (Parks and Garden) sites where students can practice their skills under supervision and develop a broad range of competencies for general garden work.

Imperial Education Group Pty Ltd (RTO ID 40287)

3 February 2022 – 3 August 2023

Global Wind Organisation Basic Safety Training

The Global Wind Organisation (GWO) is the global body which sets training standards for the wind renewable energy sector. Thomson Bridge is accredited by the GWO to deliver GWO Basic Safety Training.

The GWO Basic Safety Training micro-credential has been tailored based on industry best-practice and consists of First Aid (as prescribed by the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) Guidelines), Fire Awareness, Manual Handling, Low Voltage Rescue and Working at Heights. This course will be supervised and/or trained by an experienced Electrical Supply Industry professional, bringing a depth of knowledge and experience to the learner.

The GWO Basic Safety Training micro-credential consist of the following nine units of competency which form the basic safety requirements for workers involved in the construction and operation of wind farms:

  1. CPPFES2005 Demonstrate first attack fire-fighting equipment
  2. HLTAID009 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation
  3. HLTAID011 Provide First Aid
  4. TLID0020 Shift materials safely using manual handling methods
  5. UETDRRF007 Provide first aid in an ESI environment
  6. UETDRRF004 Perform rescue from a live LV panel
  7. PUAFER008 Confine small emergencies in a facility
  8. PUAWHS002 Maintain safety at an incident scene
  9. RIIWHS204E Work safely at heights

This GWO Basic Safety Training micro-credential is targeted at personnel who work in the wind industry and will have their duties in a wind turbine environment.

Graduates of the GWO Basic Safety Training micro-credential will meet the regulatory requirements to seek employment within operational roles within the power generation sector (wind farms, solar farms or legacy thermal power stations). This includes a range of job roles such as operator, technician or maintenance worker. This course will ensure that the experienced workforce can be mobilised to support the state investment into renewable energy generation.

This South Australian endorsed micro-credential course is available to South Australia residents only.

This micro-credential consists of around 109 nominal hours, and it is anticipated to deliver over three days. Training consists of trainer led classroom presentations, theory assessment and onsite practical exercises and assessment.

Thomson Bridge Pty Ltd (RTO ID 40754)

3 February 2022 – 3 August 2023

High Voltage Operations

Within South Australia the requirements for training and authorisation of persons operating high voltage equipment are mandated by the Electrical Safety Code of Practice 2013 and the High Voltage Switching Manual issued by the Switching Committee Office of the Technical Regulator.

The High Voltage Operations micro-credential delivers a customised skillset based on accredited units of competency. This course is designed to train individuals who are required to operate high voltage equipment and hold a current qualification or relevant certificates. This course has been tailored based on industry best-practice and to be in accordance with the relevant standards and legislations.

The High Voltage Operations micro-credential consists of eight units of competency as follows:

  1. UETTDRRF01 – Apply ESI safety rules, codes of practice and procedures for work on or near electrical apparatus
  2. UETTDRRF09 – Apply access procedures to work on or near electrical network infrastructure
  3. UETDREL005 – Work safely in the vicinity of live electrical apparatus
  4. UEPOPS301 – Conduct single energy source isolation procedures for permit to work
  5. UEPOPS349 – Operate local H.V. switchgear
  6. UEPOPS402 – Conduct multiple energy source isolation procedures for permit to work
  7. UEPOPS430 – Control permit to work operations
  8. UEPOPS456 – Perform switching to a switching program.

The High Voltage Operations micro-credential is suitable for job seekers, transitioning workers changing industries, workers reskilling to perform changing job tasks and workers upskilling to progress their career.

This South Australian endorsed micro-credential is available to South Australia residents only.

This micro-credential consists of around 190 nominal hours, and it is anticipated to deliver over four days. Training consists of trainer led classroom presentations, theory assessment and onsite practical exercises and assessment.

Thomson Bridge Pty Ltd (RTO ID 40754)

3 February 2022 – 3 August 2023

Naval Ship Systems for Engineers (NSSE) Overview

The Naval Ship Systems for Engineers (NSSE) Overview micro-credential provides fundamental knowledge of systems operations across mechanical, electrical and structural engineering for naval vessels.

Learners develop an understanding of potential interfaces between different disciplines and systems, as well as various design implications and considerations specific to engineering roles within the naval shipbuilding industry.

Naval Ship Systems for Engineers (NSSE) Overview micro-credential is suitable for engineers with a minimum of three years’ experience in their field and are seeking an engineering position in the naval shipbuilding industry.

Naval Ship Systems for Engineers (NSSE) Overview has been developed in partnership with the naval shipbuilding industry and consists of 11 non-accredited subjects as follows:

  1. Naval Shipbuilding for Engineers Overview (1.5 hours)
  2. Hull and Structure (2.5 hours)
  3. Machinery Systems (2.5 hours)
  4. Piping & Ventilation Systems (3 hours)
  5. Electrical, Electronics and Combat Systems (3 hours)
  6. Submarine-specific Systems (2 hours)
  7. Naval Architecture (2 hours)
  8. Weight Engineering (1 hour)
  9. Welding (1.5 hours)
  10. Non-Destructive Testing (2 hours)
  11. Corrosion & Coatings (2 hours)

This is a self-paced online course that aims to familiarise students with multiple aspects of Australia’s naval shipbuilding industry. An ‘Acknowledgement of Achievement’ will be available upon successful completion of the course requirements.

KHA Defence Solutions Pty Ltd

(Former name: NSI (AUST) PTY LTD).

3 February 2022 – 3 February 2026

Drive a taxi – Earn a living

The Drive a taxi – Earn a living micro-credential will enable new entrants to gain Taxi Driver Accreditation, equip them with knowledge and the skills to meet the recent amendments to the SA Passenger Transport Regulations in relation to:

  • the use of taxi in transporting people with non-life-threatening health issues to hospitals and medical appointments, and
  • the changes in taxi boundaries to tourist regions (Hahndorf, Birdwood & Meadows) where taxi drivers can be ambassadors and engage with passengers to provide them with tourist information.
This course consists of four units of competency and two non-accredited subjects:
  1. TLIB0023 - Use a communication system in a taxi (5 nominal hours)
  2. TLIC0014 – Drive taxi (40 nominal hours)
  3. TLIF0025 - Follow work health and safety procedures (20 nominal hours)
  4. TLII0006 - Provide taxi customer service (10 nominal hours)
  5. Transporting the elderly and infirm by taxi* (2-3 hours plus 5 hours per week on the job over a period of 4 weeks)
  6. Taxi tourism for tourists arriving into Adelaide** (2-5 hours per week over a period of 4 weeks).

*This subject will equip taxi drivers with knowledge about how to identify special health needs for elderly people or people with a disability, injury or illness, and safely transport them to their selected location including aged care facility, hospital, rehabilitation or doctor’s appointment.

**This subject will enable taxi drivers to engage with newly arrived tourists at the airport, port or railway station and provide tourist information as appropriate.

The Drive a taxi – Earn a living micro-credential course is suitable to many cohorts including workers reskilling to perform changing job tasks, those upskilling to progress their career and workers changing industries.

The training will include classroom and e-learning, with four weeks mentoring. Participants will be assessed via on-the-job application of skills.

Taxi Council South Australia (RTO ID 40310)3 March 2022 – 3 September 2023
Be your own Taxi boss

The Be your own Taxi boss micro-credential provides skills gap training for existing taxi operators and equips taxi drivers who want to become taxi operators with the knowledge and skills to meet requirements of the South Australian Passenger Transport Regulations 2009.

This course consists of two units of competency and two non-accredited subjects:

  1. BSBESB406 - Establish operational strategies for a new business venture
  2. TLIF0025 - Follow work health and safety procedures
  3. Transporting the elderly and infirm by taxi
    (2 hours in class/eLearning plus 4 weeks on-the-job mentoring and assessment)
  4. Taxi tourism for tourists arriving into Adelaide (2 hours in class/eLearning plus 4 weeks on-the-job mentoring and assessment)

The training will include classroom learning, eLearning and on-the-job mentoring and assessment.

Taxi drivers who complete this course will be able to start a taxi business, manage new taxi drivers and grow their taxi business.

Taxi Council South Australia (RTO ID 40310)

7 April 2022 – 7 October 2023

Course in Prefabricated Light Gauge Steel Frame Installation

The Course in Prefabricated Light Gauge Steel Frame Installation micro-credential aims to address the industry skill gaps specific to light gauge steel frame installers. This course is suitable for apprentice or trainees, job seekers and workers changing industries, reskilling to perform changing job tasks or upskilling to progress their career. Graduates of this course will be able perform a job role of prefabricated light gauge steel frame installer or light gauge steel frame component assembly (in factory).

The course consists of two units of competency and one non-accredited subject:

  1. CPCCWHS2001 - Apply WHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry
  2. CPCCCM2012 - Work safely at heights
  3. Install prefabricated light gauge steel frame (non-accredited industry subject) (120 hours).

Participants are required to have minimum language, literacy and numeracy skills that are equivalent to Level 3 of the Australian Core Skills Framework.

The course will be delivered by Registered Training Organisations in classroom and simulated workplace environments to prepare participants for working on-site. Participants will have hands-on experience working with the steel components and tools.

National Association of Steel Framed Housing (NASH)

7 April 2022 – 7 April 2024

MATES Life Skills Toolbox

The MATES Life Skills Toolbox micro-credential is designed to ensure young people entering the construction and allied industries are taught resilience and practical life skills. It is suitable for first year of apprentice (17 -24 years of age) within the Construction industry.

The course consists of six industry subjects:

  1. Communication (2.5 hours)
  2. Financial Literacy (2.5 hours)
  3. Values and beliefs (2.5 hours)
  4. Suicide awareness and prevention (MATES Connector Training) (2.5 hours)
  5. Mental health and Alcohol and other drugs (2.5 hours)
  6. Team building (2.5 hours)

The course will be delivered over two days as an interactive workshop to encourage engagement, conversation and reflection.

MATES in Construction SA Ltd

7 April 2022 – 7 April 2025

Naval Ship Systems for Engineers (NSSE) -Systems

The Naval Ship Systems for Engineers (NSSE) - Systems micro-credential addresses discipline-specific system engineering principles within the naval shipbuilding environment. This course focuses on system engineering within the lifecycle of the ship, requirements management in naval shipbuilding, architectural and design definitions, technical processes, systems integration, risk and opportunity management, configuration management and knowledge management.

The Naval Ship Systems for Engineers (NSSE) - Systems micro-credential is suitable for engineers with a minimum of three years’ experience in their field and who are seeking an engineering position in the Naval Shipbuilding industry.

Participants must complete the Introduction to Naval Shipbuilding and Naval Ship Systems for Engineers (NSSE) – Overview prior to attending the Naval Ship Systems for Engineers (NSSE) - Systems.

The course consists of four non-accredited subjects:

  1. Systems Engineering in Shipbuilding (2 hours)
  2. Requirements Management (1.5 hours)
  3. Risk and Opportunity Management (2 hours)
  4. Configuration Management (2.5 hours)

This course can be delivered via a classroom-based instructor-led training that can be adapted to instructor-led synchronous online training.

KHA Defence Solutions Pty Ltd

7 April 2022 – 7 April 2025
Naval Ship Systems for Engineers (NSSE) -Software

The Naval Ship Systems for Engineers (NSSE) - Software micro-credential addresses discipline-specific software engineering principles within the naval shipbuilding environment. The course focuses on the requirements (performance, operational, interfaces, and security), the planning and design stages of software engineering, software testing and software deployment and maintenance.

The Naval Ship Systems for Engineers (NSSE) - Software micro-credential is suitable for engineers with a minimum of three years’ experience in their field and who are seeking an engineering position in the Naval Shipbuilding industry.

Participants must complete the Introduction to Naval Shipbuilding and Naval Ship Systems for Engineers (NSSE) – Overview prior to attending the Naval Ship Systems for Engineers (NSSE) – Software.

The course consists of four non-accredited subjects:

  • Requirement Baseline (2 hours)
  • Planning and Design (2 hours)
  • Test Strategy (2 hours)
  • Development and Maintenance (2 hours)

This course can be delivered via a classroom-based instructor-led training that can be adapted to instructor-led synchronous online training.

KHA Defence Solutions Pty Ltd5 May 2022 – 5 May 2025
Naval Ship Systems for Engineers (NSSE) -Electrical

The Naval Ship Systems for Engineers (NSSE) - Electrical micro-credential addresses discipline-specific electrical engineering principles within the naval shipbuilding environment. The course focuses on discipline-specific topics including power generation, storage, and conversion; electric drive components and operation; cable selection including installation, bending, designations, and pulling. Engineers also discuss the unique influences on electrical engineering in naval shipbuilding.

The Naval Ship Systems for Engineers (NSSE) - Electrical micro-credential is suitable for engineers with a minimum of three years’ experience in their field and who are seeking an engineering position in the Naval Shipbuilding industry.

Participants must complete the Introduction to Naval Shipbuilding and Naval Ship Systems for Engineers (NSSE) – Overview prior to attending the Naval Ship Systems for Engineers (NSSE) – Electrical.

The course consists of five non-accredited subjects:

  • Power (1.5 hours)
  • Electric Drive (2 hours)
  • Cables (1.5 hours)
  • Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) (2 hours)
  • Bonding and Grounding (1 hour)

This course can be delivered via a classroom-based instructor-led training that can be adapted to instructor-led synchronous online training.

KHA Defence Solutions Pty Ltd5 May 2022 – 5 May 2025
Naval Ship Systems for Engineers (NSSE) -Mechanical

The Naval Ship Systems for Engineers (NSSE) - Mechanical micro-credential addresses discipline-specific mechanical engineering principles within the naval shipbuilding environment. The course focuses on design of mechanical piping systems including analysis, sizing, materials, and fluid compatibility. Additional topics include unique aspects of shipboard ventilation distribution design and component analysis in naval shipbuilding.

The Naval Ship Systems for Engineers (NSSE) - Mechanical micro-credential is suitable for engineers with a minimum of three years’ experience in their field and who are seeking an engineering position in the Naval Shipbuilding industry.

Participants must complete the Introduction to Naval Shipbuilding and Naval Ship Systems for Engineers (NSSE) – Overview prior to attending the Naval Ship Systems for Engineers (NSSE) – Mechanical.

The course consists of five non-accredited subjects:

  • Piping and Ventilation (1.5 hours)
  • Piping System Analysis (2 hours)
  • Routing Shipboard Piping (1.5 hours)
  • Ventilation Load Analysis (1.5 hours)
  • Ventilation Distribution Design (1.5 hours)

This course can be delivered via a classroom-based instructor-led training that can be adapted to instructor-led synchronous online training.

KHA Defence Solutions Pty Ltd5 May 2022 – 5 May 2025
Naval Ship Systems for Engineers (NSSE) -Structural

The Naval Ship Systems for Engineers (NSSE) - Structural micro-credential addresses discipline-specific structural engineering principles within the naval shipbuilding environment. The course focuses on the foundations of naval architecture loads and typical load scenarios; the unique influences of weights on structural engineering; welding effects on structures; typical non-destructive testing methods; lofting and planning manufacture of structural components in naval shipbuilding.

The Naval Ship Systems for Engineers (NSSE) - Structural micro-credential is suitable for engineers with a minimum of three years’ experience in their field and who are seeking an engineering position in the Naval Shipbuilding industry.

Participants must complete the Introduction to Naval Shipbuilding and Naval Ship Systems for Engineers (NSSE) – Overview prior to attending the Naval Ship Systems for Engineers (NSSE) – Structural.

The course consists of 11 non-accredited subjects:

  • Naval Architecture (1 hour)
  • Weights (30 minutes)
  • Scantlings (30 minutes)
  • Hull Materials (40 minutes)
  • Fatigue and Fracture (30 minutes)
  • Foundations (1 hour)
  • Interfaces (20 minutes)
  • Welding (1 hour)
  • Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) (1 hour)
  • Lofting (30 minutes)
  • Manufacturing (1 hour)

This course can be delivered via a classroom-based instructor-led training that can be adapted to instructor-led synchronous online training.

KHA Defence Solutions Pty Ltd5 May 2022 – 5 May 2025
Life Skills Development in Construction

The Life Skills Development in Construction (LSDC) micro-credential aims to develop construction workers’ capability in a senior/supervisory context to be successful in these roles. LSDC is designed to reinforce and build upon the learning outcomes of the MATES Life Skills Toolbox micro-credential, making them stackable micro-credentials. Both micro-credentials have a strong focus on improving personal and workplace performance including mental health and wellbeing for people within the construction industry.

LSDC is suitable for workers who have at least one year full-time equivalent employment in the construction industry and have or aspire to supervisory roles. LSDC will also aid any person moving from one job role and/or level of seniority to another within the construction industry.

The course consists of six non-accredited subjects:

  • What can help me and what can derail me (3 hours)
  • Managing your time (1 hour)
  • Emotional Intelligence (3.5 hours)
  • Improving your communication skills (3 hours)
  • Competing demands and how to manage them (1.5 hours)
  • Identifying options to resolve conflict on the construction site (2.5 hours)

This course will be delivered as a two-day workshop, or can be split into two separate days, delivered over several weeks or months apart.

Construction Training Academy Pty Ltd5 May 2022 – 5 May 2025
Taxi travel for the disabled passenger

The Taxi travel for the disabled passenger micro-credential will develop the skills of taxi drivers to safely move and assist wheelchaired passengers onto an electronic hoist and lift and move the wheelchair into the back of an Access Taxi. Participants will gain skills in communicating with people with severe speech, hearing and sight impairments coupled with mobility issues and abide by the Discrimination & Disability Acts. They will become competent to complete National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) vouchers and use the South Australian Transport Subsidy Scheme (SATSS) App.

The course is suitable for skills gap training for existing taxi operators and taxi drivers with knowledge and skills to meet the recent amendments to the SA Passenger Transport Regulations 2009 for Access Taxis.

The course consists of two units of competency and two non-accredited subjects:

  • TLIF0025 - Follow work health and safety procedures
  • TLIC0026 - Provide wheelchair accessible taxi services to passengers with disabilities
  • Transporting the elderly and infirm by taxi
  • Taxi tourism for tourists arriving into Adelaide
The training will include classroom & eLearning and four weeks of mentoring and assessed on-the-job application of skills and knowledge.
Taxi Council South Australia (RTO ID 40310)5 May 2022 – 5 November 2023
Mentor Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander People

The Mentor Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander People micro-credential aims to develop the knowledge and skills of mentors to assist them to establish a culturally safe workplace and to provide culturally appropriate, respectful support to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander workers to increase their retention in the workplace.

The course consists of one unit of competency and two industry subjects:

  • CHCDIV002 - Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Cultural Safety
  • Mentor Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people (6 hours)
  • Use communication to build mentoring relationship (6 hours)

This course is suitable to both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people in any industry. Graduates of this micro-credential will be able obtain jobs as mentors, career development officers, managers and officers in Human Resources, supervisory and managerial workers in any industry.

The course will be delivered and assessed by qualified and experienced Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander trainers/assessors as a three-day short program or customised to suit business and individual needs.

A project is required to be completed following completion of the course to demonstrate how skills and knowledge acquired can be applied to each participant’s workplace. The project is part of the assessment for the CHCDIV002 - Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Cultural Safety.

Tauondi Aboriginal Corporation (RTO ID 2370)2 June 2022 – 2 December 2023