[vet-mm] student enrolment

Brian Pearce BPearce at clc.vic.edu.au
Tue Mar 11 13:32:06 EST 2008

G'day John,

My understanding is that all the Cert III students, even those that have
completed Cert II, need to be enrolled in Cert II and Cert III. For
those that have already completed Cert II the previous year you fill in
S ( or C, I forget he actual letter ) for all the Cert II Units of
Competency ( except for the Advanced Features, which is part of Cert III

So, you will need to enrol your student in Cert II as well as Cert III.
You won't however be able to automatically fill in the Cert II Units of
Comp as she hasn't done them. This leaves you to decide whether she is
good enough, or has the time, to satisfy the evidence for satisfactory
completion of the Cert II UOCs this year, while she is completing Cert
III. She may be able to apply for RPL for some or all of them if she has
evidence of previous work of the correct standard.


Brian Pearce

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[mailto:vet-mm-bounces at edulists.com.au] On Behalf Of EDWARDS. John
Sent: Tuesday, 11 March 2008 1:29 PM
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Subject: [vet-mm] student enrolment

Hi Guys,

I need some advice as soon as possible, please. I have just realised
that I have a student enrolled in Cert 3 MM (Unit 3/4) and she has not
completed Cert 2. Is she able to continue? Is she eligible for a Study
Score for this subject? 

If not, is there any way around this? 


John Edwards
Lavalla Catholic College
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