As well as flexibility in our delivery methods, we support a variety of course study or attendance modes:
Full time - Full time study is when a student enrols in the 'normal full time’ load of units that make up a course. This load can vary from course to course.
Part time – Less than the ‘normal full time’ load. A course may be scheduled in the day or evening.
Apprenticeship - An apprenticeship combines on-the-job training with study. Students undertaking these studies will need to have secured an apprenticeship with an employer prior to accessing this training. Study requirements will vary dependent on the vocation. A combination of employment based training and assessment as well as attendance in classroom based learning, is required for an apprenticeship.
Traineeship - A traineeship combines on-the-job training with study. Students undertaking these studies will need to have secured a traineeship with an employer prior to accessing this training. There may be a requirement to attend some class room based learning or alternatively, studies may be a combination of Off Campus and employment based training and assessment.
Pre-apprenticeship – Studies in a pre-apprenticeship prepare you for the working environment in the selected industry, give you some basic skills, or improve your existing skills, paving the way for the learning you will get as part of an apprenticeship. Pre-apprenticeships are available at Bendigo TAFE in a classroom delivery setting.
Flexi-mode – This study option combines a number of delivery methods and attendance types.
Off Campus - Training is not delivered in a classroom, but is Off Campus without face to face class teacher/trainer time. We utilise alternative delivery methods such as On Line and workbooks. Off Campus students are provided with phone and email support from tutors. These courses are delivered through our Flexible Delivery Unit.
Please note that some courses may require full time class attendance.