Positives: 1. I like that the teachers treat us like adult learners and are all nice and approachable
2. I enjoy all of the course content
3. Everyone at the campus is easy to get along with and makes learning enjoyable
Negatives: It’s in Campbelltown and I live in penrith, so it’s a long way to travel
My advice to future students is: Definitely apply for a course your interested in at Tafe or uni and just go for it
Positive: most of teacher compromised with their profession and involve in students learning process through weekly activities and periodical test, focussed in theory and practice.
My advice to future students is: Whatever bachelor you choose to study make sure you feel attract and passionate for it.
Positives: Caring for people especially elderly
Negatives: The actual job cleaning of patients( incontinence).
My advice to future students is: To really choose the course what they are really passionate about.
Positives: You will have a fair idea about market and it would be exciting for the new comer to get the certificate as it includes a lot of relevant information.
Negatives: Less job opportunities in arts sector.
My advice to future students is: Students should ask for Apprenticeship before commencing with this course.
I'm studying this at Bankstown tafe.
Positives: Being able to learn about veterinary nursing and having practicals to widen my skills
Negatives: The teachers are not very organised
My advice to future students is: It’s a great course and I would highly recommend it for people wanting to get into the field of animal care
Positives: The instructors are bloody amazing and teach you more than a book ever could through letting you gain experience in real world settings
Negatives: Short length and no help finding a job
My advice to future students is: Turn up for every lesson
Positives: My teacher is very knowledgeable and therefore able to give us all the help we need, making the course enjoyable and understandable. She also has the chance to provide us with many job opportunities.
Negatives: Sometimes it’s a bit crammed as my class is once a fortnight, making it harder to fully process some parts of the course
My advice to future students is: Study and take every opportunity you are given through it in the industry
Positives: I am able to complete tasks at my own pace and not have to attend the campus regularly
Negatives: The assessment questions aren’t broad and require one simple answer which is hard if it’s not a math problem
My advice to future students is: Be organized and always find time to study
Positives: It puts me where I want to be and gives me an entry point into uni, there’s a lot of practical work as I got to a nursing based Tafe so there’s really good facilities
Negatives: My lecturer and the fact that it’s competency based so I have to get 100%
My advice to future students is: Study before the course starts and get your police clearance and first aid course done first!
Positives: Tafe gives more individual support compared to uni (I’ve been to uni) and because it’s Tafe it’s a mix of people
Negatives: 4 days a week, long placements, expensive
My advice to future students is: Study hard, pay on time, pay attention in class and do extra work outside of class
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