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1 Education and Early Childhood Early Childhood Primary Teaching Secondary Teaching Joint Degrees Training and Education Special Education Regional Education and Community Development Learn to succeed 1800 FED UNI federation.edu.au CRICOS Provider No D

2 Delivery options Program Ballarat Gippsland Wimmera Online/Flexible Certificate III in Children s Services Diploma of Children s Services (Early Childhood Education & Care) Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) Bachelor of Education (Birth Year 6) Bachelor of Primary Education Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Primary Education Bachelor of Education Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education Bachelor of Visual Arts/Bachelor of Education Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Education Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences /Bachelor of Education Certificate IV in Training and Assessment Associate Degree in Training and Education Grad. Certificate of Regional Education and Community Development Grad. Diploma of Regional Education and Community Development Master of Regional Education and Community Development Master of Teaching (Primary) Ballarat Master of Teaching (Secondary) Ballarat Master of Teaching (Primary) Gippsland Master of Teaching (Secondary) Gippsland Master of Education Studies Postgraduate Diploma of Education Studies Master of Special Education Postgraduate Diploma of Education Studies (Early Childhood) Contents Where are our graduates now? 2 How to apply 3 Pathways 4 Student life at FedUni 5 Certificate III in Children s Services 6 Diploma of Children s Services (Early Childhood Education & Care) 7 Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) 8 Bachelor of Education (Birth Year 6) 9 Bachelor of Primary Education 11 Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Primary Education 13 Bachelor of Education 14 Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education 16 Bachelor of Visual Arts/ Bachelor of Education 17 Bachelor of Science/ Bachelor of Education 18 Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences/ Bachelor of Education 19 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment 21 Associate Degree in Training and Education 22 Further study options 24 Disclaimer: Information in this publication was current at the time of printing (November 2013). The University reserves the right to alter any program, procedure, regulation or fee. Prospective students should read the contained information carefully and contact the relevant numbers for further information. CC_251113

3 Why study at FedUni? Our degrees are dynamic, challenging and provide a supportive environment for you to explore and thrive in. We nurture independent learning and initiative as well as collaboration in learning environments that are active, thought-provoking and meaningful. Through varied learning experiences often linked to early childhood and relevant settings we foster critical, creative and reflective thinking about key knowledge areas. Our innovative approach to professional experience guides you towards developing strong leadership skills and meaningful learning relationships within the community. Through active community engagement, you can become involved in a variety of team- based partnerships, which gives you the opportunity to be a part of curriculum development within the education sector. You can choose from programs in: Education (Early Childhood) Education (Birth Year 6) Education (P 6) (P 10) Arts/Education Visual Arts/Education Science/Education Mathematical Sciences/Education Training and Education Postgraduate studies (including Special Education) Other education options Online Learning Studying through Federation University Australia online allows you to complete exactly the same course as an on-campus student, but with the flexibility of studying from home. It s the perfect option if you need to balance your studies with work, family or other commitments. Instead of attending classes in person, your course is delivered entirely through Online Learning, which may include recorded audio or video lectures, a set of readings, questions posted in a discussion forum or an online quiz. In addition to this entirely online study option, some distance study is available where you will occasionally attend workshops or weekend classes throughout the year. These study options are called Flexible Delivery and Block Mode. Physical Education* Outdoor Recreation* * Please refer to the Sport and PE career booklet Use this QR code to explore our other publications, or visit federation.edu.au/publications PAGE 1

4 Where are our graduates now? Early Childhood studies Graduates will be able to seek employment in: Centre Based Care Occasional Care Pre-school Play Programs Out of School Hours programs Aids for children with additional needs Pre-school Centres and Family Day Care and other related areas of Children s Services Early Childhood Education Successful completion of this degree prepares graduates to work as a teacher in the following settings: Kindergartens Pre-schools Occasional care Long-day care centres Primary schools (P 6) Primary Teaching Our graduates have gone on to secure employment in primary school settings both here and internationally. They have also moved into broader education settings, such as: Discipline associations (i.e. Mathematical Association Victoria, Australian Literacy Educators Association) Zoo Museum Curriculum consultants Curriculum writers Trainers Project management HR Secondary Teaching Depending upon the graduate award, our students become qualified to work in the following settings: Secondary schools (up to Year 10 or Year 12) ICT Technician Science education centres Science laboratory technician Professional arts practice Visual arts community Government policy Community welfare Community education Museum / gallery education PAGE 2

5 How to apply Once you ve chosen what you want to study, you will need to apply for a place. 1. Complete an application to FedUni through VTAC or apply directly 2. Check the entry requirements such as specific VCE units or a previous qualification 3. Check for any extra application requirements such as an audition, entrance test or interview Don t forget to apply for any scholarships or support you are eligible for: federation.edu.au/ scholarships Use the information below about VTAC and Direct Applications to identify which method you should use for our application. Confused? Call us on or VTAC All courses selected through VTAC are bound by entry requirements detailed in the most current VTAC Guide which can be found online or at most newsagents. It is important to double check the Federation University (FedUni) website and the VTAC website, for up-to-date VTAC course codes and entry requirements needed to successfully complete your application. Who should apply through VTAC? You are advised to apply through VTAC if you fall under one of the below categories: Year 12 applicants for undergraduate degree courses listed in the current VTAC Guide Non-Year 12 applicants that are applying to study with more than one institute Applicants for selected TAFE courses Australian or New Zealand citizens and holders of Australian Permanent Visas International students studying the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) in the year of application Students studying Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) or the International Baccalaureate (IB) in Victoria Students studying the interstate equivalent to VCE Direct Direct applications to study at FedUni are only accepted from: Australian or New Zealand citizens and permanent residents of Australia Non-Year 12 applicants that are only applying to study at FedUni and no other institute Applications for mid-year entry (visit for availability) Application for courses not listed in the VTAC Guide Part-time TAFE courses, TAFE courses not listed in the VTAC Guide and short courses. Direct Application forms can be downloaded from or call International courses and non-resident students If you are not currently an Australian citizen or a permanent resident of Australia or New Zealand, please contact International Marketing & Communications, Federation University Australia, Mt Helen Campus, (03) or Fees For up-to-date information on tuition fees, concessions, Commonwealth Supported Places (CSP), VET FEE-HELP & HECS HELP, please refer to the following websites. TAFE Higher Education TAFE & Higher Education: Student Services and Amenities Fee In accordance with the Higher Education Legislation Amendment (Student Services and Amenities) Bill Federation University Australia charges the compulsory Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF). The SSAF is calculated and charged progressively for each semester, based on your enrolment (mode and study load) within a calendar year. Australian citizens and permanent humanitarian visa holders are able to defer the payment through a new Commonwealth loan scheme, SA-HELP. For further information: OR go to and click on the Student Services and Amenities Fee link. PAGE 3

6 Pathways CGEA VCAL Certificate I & II * Graduate Certificate (0.5 years) Graduate Diploma (1 year) Federation College Preparation for Study Certificate III & IV* Diploma* FAST Bachelor s Degree (3 4 years) Masters by Coursework (1.5 4 years) Secondary School VCE Advanced Associate Diploma* Degree Honours (1 year) Foundation Assisted Student Transition (FAST) FAST is FedUni s alternative entry method into degree level studies if you don t have higher education entry requirements. FAST will give you the academic preparation you need to make the most of your Higher Education opportunities. The FAST course runs for one semester, and successful completion will guarantee you a place in one of FedUni s degree courses. Pathways to Study Our Pathways to Study programs will help you to develop entry level skills and equip you with the preparatory academic skills in literacy, numeracy, oral communication and information technology required for further study. To find out more about FAST and Pathways to Study visit or call Masters by Research (1.5 2 years) Professional Doctoratete (3.5 years) Doctor of Philosophy (3 4 years) KEY TAFE/VET* Higher Education^ Higher Education (Research)* PAGE 4 * Duration varies. Duration of program may be reduced by obtaining credit from previous TAFE/VET studies. ^ Program prerequisites may apply.

7 Student life at FedUni FedUni Living FedUni offers a variety of on and off campus accommodation options. With an accommodation guarantee for First Year students, join us on Res! Visit our website for further information, including eligibility requirements. UniReady UniReady is an intensive preparatory course for first year undergraduate degree students. This short course aims to help you develop the skills, knowledge and confidence to succeed at university. PASS Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) are designed to assist your transition to university life. PASS is a voluntary program that offers academic assistance through weekly guided study sessions for undergraduate students. Higher Education Mentor Program Whether you are coming to university from high school, TAFE, the workforce or another path there are common challenges to overcome. To support your transition to university, we provide you with an experienced student mentor. Student Experience Office The Student Experience Office enhances your university experience by providing sport, recreation, social and interest group activities. To find out about the full range of clubs, societies and events visit our website. Health Services The University provides a confidential health service, located at the Mt Helen Campus. Consultations are bulk billed and are available by appointment to all students. For students studying at SMB and Camp Street campuses there are external health services located nearby. Gippsland students have access to an on campus nurse offering a vaccination service. Counselling Counselling can provide you with free, professional and confidential assistance for a range of academic and personal issues such as: career decisions, adjusting to student life, cultural issues, academic progress, financial hardship, relationships, anxiety, depression, and stress management. Disability The Disability Liaison Unit (DLU) is available to assist people with permanent and temporary disabilities in gaining access to courses and facilities and in achieving their academic and training goals. Further assistance may be available for apprentices and trainees through the DAAWS (Disabled Australian Apprentice Wage Support) scheme. Student Learning Skills Student Learning Skills provides free assistance in study skills, academic writing and English language for undergraduate degree students. Learning Skills Advisers present academic skills workshops throughout the year and can provide limited individual assistance at weekly drop-in sessions. Aboriginal Education Centre The Aboriginal Education Centre provides support to prospective and current Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. FedUni is well placed to improve access and participation rates by strengthening its pathways and raising aspirations and confidence levels of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. Gippsland Student Union (MUGSU) MUGSU provides a wide range of activities and events as well as opportunities to engage in the University community. To find out more call (03) Student Advisory Service The Student Advisory Service advises and supports students who have concerns about their educational experience such as understanding academic processes and appeals. You can also get guidance about your rights and responsibilities as a student, as well as confidential legal advice. support-services Scholarships FedUni offers a range of general and school-based scholarships to assist students. You are encouraged to apply for any scholarships for which you are eligible. Scholarships range in value up to $12,000. Visit our website for a full list of scholarships available. PAGE 5

8 Certificate III in Children s Services Length Location Application Type Entry Extra Nine months (on campus full time or flexible delivery/online learning) Mt Helen (Ballarat); Horsham (Online Delivery) VTAC Yes VTAC Code Direct Yes Code National Course Code: CHC30712 Year 12 Satisfactory completion of Year 11 or equivalent. Mature age (away from school for 12 months or longer) Non-Year 12 applicants will be considered for eligibility on the basis of previous life experience, work history and educational background. A Working with Children Check is required to work in this industry. All applicants are required to attend an Interview and Testing Session. Please note: This course is currently under review, the package to be offered in 2014 is CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care. Outline The Certificate III in Children s Services is an accredited training course that prepares you for work as an assistant in centre based care, occasional care, pre-school centres and family day care and other related areas of children s services. Extra All applicants are required to attend an Interview and Testing Session. Successful completion of practical placement within a children s services setting is necessary to ensure a pass in all units of the course. Whilst FedUni will attempt to facilitate successful placements for its students, it cannot guarantee this, nor is FedUni responsible for ensuring that external agencies accept any or all students for practical placement. Career Opportunities You will be able to seek employment as an assistant in centre based care, occasional care, pre-school play programs, out of school hours programs, family day care providers or as an aid for children with additional needs. Content The range of nominal hours for this qualification is calculated from within the training package. You will be required to undertake industry placements which constitute approximately 120 hours of on-the-job training. For a full list of subjects to be undertaken, please visit federation.edu.au/programfinder Pathways/Alternate Entry Successful completion provides you with direct pathway into the Diploma of Children s Services (Early Childhood Education and Care). Please refer to page 7 for more information. Following the Diploma, a further pathway with credits into a Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood), or as a pathway to the Bachelor of Education (Birth Year 6) may also be available FED UNI federation.edu.au/programfinder

9 Diploma of Children s Services (Early Childhood Education & Care) Length Location Application Type Entry Extra Outline 1 year full time; or 1 year flexible study (1 evening p/w) Mt Helen (Ballarat); Horsham (Online Delivery); External sites VTAC Yes VTAC Code Direct Yes Code National Course Code: CHC50908 Year 12 Satisfactory completion of Year 11 or equivalent. Mature age (away from school for 12 months or longer) Non-Year 12 applicants will be considered for eligibility on the basis of previous life experience, work history and educational background. A Working with Children Check is required to work in this industry. All applicants are required to attend an Interview and Testing Session. Please note: This qualification is currently under review, the package to be offered in 2014 is CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care. The qualification is designed to provide you with the skills, knowledge and understanding required to work with children. Diploma childcare graduates provide care that enhances and supports the holistic development of infants and children. They work closely with primary carers to foster optimum development for all children. Work in the childcare field is both rewarding and demanding. This qualification is highly regarded within relevant industries and will allow you to work in a leadership role within the children s services field. Content For a full list of subjects to be undertaken, please visit Amelia Ayars Diploma of Children s Services (Early Childhood Education & Care) Career Opportunities The majority of graduates work in centrebased care, although some gain positions in family day care schemes, pre-school play centres, out of school hours programs and as aides with children with additional needs. Extra All applicants are required to attend an interview and testing session. Successful completion of practical placement within a children s services setting is necessary to ensure a pass in all units of the course. Whilst FedUni will attempt to facilitate successful placements for its students, it cannot guarantee this, nor is FedUni responsible for ensuring that external agencies accept any or all students for practical placement. Pathways/Alternate Entry Graduates may apply for selection into the Bachelor of Education (Birth Year 6). Graduates may also receive up to one year of credit into the Bachelor of Education (P 6) or Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) degrees at FedUni, and may also be granted credit in Higher Education courses at other universities. (Note that completion of one course does not guarantee selection into a subsequent course.) As soon as I came to Open Day and saw the campus, I knew I wanted to study here. I love being around children and watching them develop, they have so many questions, and a great imagination. The Diploma of Children s Services helps you to understand their development and how children grow and learn. As soon as I came to Open Day and saw the campus, I knew I wanted to study here. Once I got into the program, we started learning about brain development and I found that really interesting. We did practical placement which I loved. We had 2 focus students that we had to observe, and plan experiences for them. In my first year, I lived on residence in Victoria Street. It was a great experience, and I really enjoyed the atmosphere, meeting and getting to know new students. After completing the Diploma I have now gone on to study the Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) and I m now in my second year. Studying at TAFE first was a great pathway to this degree. It really prepared me well and I already had a good understanding of children and their behaviours, rather than starting straight from high school. The Diploma also gave me quite a few credits towards the degree, which means I didn t have to undertake all of the first year subjects again FED UNI federation.edu.au/programfinder 7

10 Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) Length Location Application Type Entry Extra Sample Structure Semester One 4 years full-time or part-time equivalent Mt Helen (Ballarat); Horsham (Combined on-campus and online delivery) VTAC Yes VTAC Code Mt Helen: ; Horsham: Direct No Code FedUni Code: TS5 Year 12 Non-Year 12 Year One How do we think and learn? Technology & communities of knowledge Successful learners Teacher identity Understanding early human development Semester Two Year Two How do we teach ourselves and others? Approaches to teaching in the arts Young peoples worlds Diversity: children, families and communities investigating: science and environmental education Year Three What do we do in learning settings? Introduction to science education Learning & teaching mathematics Programming in early childhood Play as curriculum in early childhood settings Year Four How do we address diverse needs? Partners in learning Social education and humanities curriculum Learning english as a second language Teacher as researcher Successful completion of VCE including prerequisites Units 1 and 2 General Mathematics or Mathematical Methods (either), Units 3 and 4 a study score of at least 25 in English (any); interstate or overseas equivalent. Non-VCE applicants who apply via VTAC must complete the Personal Statement form online. Non-VCE applicants who are required to attend an interview will be notified of the arrangements by telephone or mail. Successful applicants are required to apply for a Police Check and Working With Children Check (WWCC) before commencing their course. A copy of the WWCC card and Police Check certificate must be supplied to the University prior to commencing professional experience placements. Outline This aims to prepare teachers to work confidently and competently with children in early childhood and primary school settings. Settings may include; primary (Prep to 6), kindergarten, pre-schools, occasional care, out of school hour s care and long day care centres. Content This consists of 32 compulsory subjects with no electives. Each year of study is designed to answer particular questions both as a focus for student learning and to reflect their development towards becoming qualified and competent early childhood teachers/practitioners. Health & physical education curriculum Creating safe & supportive learning environments Language, literacies and ICT s for young children Communities of learners Individual expression: art, movement and music Language & literacies in the primary years Ecology of childhood Investigating: numeracy and technology Indigenous education Students with special needs Teacher as advocate Teacher as leader Professional policy, practice and responsibility Integrated curriculum The reflective practitioner Our early childhood degrees are fast growing in reputation due to their quality of curriculum and genuine commitment of teaching staff to the success of each student. We aim to develop students into confident and sought-after early childhood teachers upon graduation. Courses are made available on campus and on-line to meet the needs of students and a collegial culture of learning is fostered within each subject that a student undertakes. Career Opportunities Successful completion of the Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) prepares you to work as a teacher in primary (prep to grade 6) and early childhood settings (birth to 5 years old). Professional Experience Professional experience placements take place across each year of the degree, beginning in year one. This professional experience provides the minimum supervised practicum requirement, a total of 100 days, however there are extensive opportunities for you to have additional placement experiences. Professional Recognition This is recognised by the Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT) and the Australian Children s Education and Care Quality Authority (ACECQA). You may also be interested in: Bachelor of Education, please refer to page 14 Bachelor of Education (Birth Year 6), please refer to page FED UNI federation.edu.au/programfinder

11 Bachelor of Education (Birth Year 6) Length Location Application Type Entry Extra 6 years part time; delivered flexibly via distance education on line. Some weekend workshops will also be required. Mt Helen (Ballarat); Partner Providers; External Sites. VTAC No VTAC Code N/A Direct Yes Code FedUni Code: TG5 Applicants must have already successfully completed a Diploma of Children's Services. Successful applicants are required to apply for a Police Check and Working With Children Check (WWCC) before commencing their course. A copy of the WWCC card and Police Check certificate must be supplied to the University prior to commencing professional experience placements. Outline The degree develops you to become a self-motivated, knowledgeable and skilled graduate to take your place as a teacher across the early childhood and primary school sectors. You will gain experience in a diverse range of professional placements to broaden your knowledge and skills as teachers. It is offered through flexible delivery, combining online/distance learning and face to face teaching during weekend intensives, which are delivered at our Mt Helen campus. Career Opportunities Successful completion of the Bachelor of Education (Birth Year 6) prepares you to work as a teacher in early childhood and primary education sectors. Sample Structure Semester One Year One Language and multiliteracies in early childhood Understanding early human development Year Two Diversity: children, families and communities Individual expression: art movement and music Year Three Teacher as advocate Language and literacies in the primary years Engagement in education Year Four Health and physical education curriculum Social education and humanities curriculum Year Five Teacher as leader Wellbeing in early childhood Year Six Teacher as researcher Introduction to science education Semester Two Investigating: numeracy and technology Professional and collaborative communication Investigating: science and environmental education Teacher identity Professional practice and Learning and teaching mathematics The inclusive teacher Play as curriculum in early childhood settings The reflective practitioner Arts in the primary school Professional learning project Professional Recognition This degree is recognised by: Australian Children s Education and Care Quality Authority (ACECQA) Australian Institute of Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL). Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT) Professional Experience In addition to undertaking the subjects listed above, you will also participate in 100 days of placement in both early childhood facilities and primary schools FED UNI federation.edu.au/programfinder 9

12 Primary and secondary teaching Primary Teaching Training to become a primary teacher requires the skills and passion to inspire young people to become their best. It is about stimulating learning and preparing students as life-long learners. Our graduates become well equipped because of our curriculum, which seeks to develop a depth of knowledge. With highly skilled and dedicated teaching staff, along with a learning environment, which fosters strong collegial relationships we focus upon building moral, professional and ethical educators. For those who have an undergraduate qualification and have decided they would like to become a secondary teacher, our Master of Teaching (Primary) will provide you with the capacity to be a competent, reflective and critically aware educator with a sound basis of skill and understanding to provide for future professional development. Students are challenged to apply critical and reflective thinking through the classroom and Professional Experience placements. Our reputation for training teachers is reflected through our graduates who go onto become confident, passionate and dedicated teachers, committed to supporting future generations. Related Courses Bachelor of Primary Education, please refer to page 11 Bachelor of Education, please refer to page 14 Secondary Teaching Our degrees for secondary teaching assist you to become confident and able to respond and meet the challenges of learning communities. Through a range of programs on offer, you can elect to become qualified to teach in middle years (P 10) or can choose to work as specialist teachers (7-12) through a choice of joint degrees majoring in particular teaching disciplines. For those who have an undergraduate qualification and have decided you would like to become a secondary teacher, our Master of Teaching (Secondary) will provide you with the capacity to be a competent, reflective and critically aware educator with a sound basis of skill and understanding to provide for future professional development. Related Programs Bachelor of Education, please refer to page 14 Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education, please refer to page 16 Bachelor of Visual Arts/Bachelor of Education, please refer to page 17 Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Education, please refer to page 18 Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences/ Bachelor of Education, please refer to page FED UNI federation.edu.au/programfinder

13 Bachelor of Primary Education Length Location Application Type Entry Extra 4 years full-time, or part-time equivalent Gippsland VTAC Yes VTAC Code (on-campus) Direct Yes Code FedUni Code: GPE5 Successful completion of VCE including: Units 3 and 4 a study score of at least 30 in English (ESL) or 25 in any Year 12 other English; and Units 1 and 2 satisfactory completion in two units (any study combination) of general mathematics or mathematical methods (CAS) or Units 3 and 4 mathematics (any). TAFE graduates with a completed Certificate IV, Diploma Non-Year 12 or Advanced Diploma qualification will be considered for admission. Successful completion of at least two Australian university level (or equivalent) units will also be considered Successful applicants are required to apply for a Working With Children Check (WWCC) before commencing their program. Content This degree consists of core and elective education subjects, discipline studies, and teaching placements. Sample Structure Semester One Semester Two Year One Learning and educational inquiry 1 Learning and educational inquiry 2 Understanding university learning Knowledge and context Developing creativity in the primary years Learners with special needs in the primary Discipline unit 1 classroom Primary professional experience 1A, 5 days Discipline unit 2 Primary professional experience 1B, 5 days Year Two Child and adolescent development English and literacies 1 Socio-emotional wellbeing and personal learning Discipline unit 3 Primary professional experience 1A, 5 days Year Three Education policy and practice Mathematics and numeracy 2 Information and communication technologies across the curriculum Discipline unit 5 Primary professional experience 1A, 10 days Year Four Curriculum, assessment and evaluation Humanities and social education in the primary years Health and physical education for wellbeing in the primary curriculum Researching innovative practices in childhood education Primary professional experience 1A, 20 days Indigenous perspectives on teaching and learning Mathematics and numeracy 1 Education elective Discipline unit 4 Primary professional experience 1A, 5 days Inclusive education: Teaching diverse learners Arts education in the primary years Creating understanding through science and technology Discipline unit 6 Primary professional experience 1A, 10 days Professional identity, leadership and engagement English and literacies 2 Science education in the primary years Cross-curriculum priorities: Environment and sustainability Primary professional experience 1A, 20 days Career Opportunities Following registration with the VIT, graduates are eligible to teach in Victorian primary schools and related teaching services. Graduates wishing to teach interstate or overseas are advised to check registration requirements with local authorities. This specialised program is designed to prepare you for a successful career as teacher in primary schools. Outline This degree covers essential learning to teach children to develop their creative, physical, personal, intellectual and social capacities, literacy and numeracy skills, in the disciplines of the arts, english, mathematics, health and physical education, science, the humanities and information and communication technologies. The degree immerses you in teaching and learning theories for primary school aged children, primary school curriculum development and implementation and the ability to critically reflect on contemporary issues in education. Professional Placement Throughout the four-year degree you will undertake a minimum of 80 days of practical experience teaching in a variety of settings which may include the choice of an overseas location. The faculty s partnerships and placements office organise each placement. By the end of the professional placements you will be experienced teaching in front of a class and ready to start your teaching career. You may also be interested in: Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood); please refer to page 8 for further information. Bachelor of Education; please refer to page 14 for further information FED UNI federation.edu.au/programfinder 11

14 Success Stories Jack Blythman Bachelor Primary Education, Gippsland Campus Securing the skills and support for teaching success After completing Year 12 in Bairnsdale, Jack Blythman knew studying education at Gippsland would offer new and exciting opportunities, but wanted to be sure that support would be there when he needed it. Having a good relationship with my lecturers is helpful when it comes to needing assistance with assignments and course work. It s nice to know that I m not just a number to them, but someone who they know and care about. Jack is on his way to becoming a PE teacher, and has found the flexibility of Gippsland s programs ensure he becomes a wellrounded and highly qualified educator. Aside from being able to shape the course to my own interests I ve been able to take part in a range of extracurricular activities on campus, as well as sport and field placements, which not only helped my resume, but also made studying fun and less stressful. Being able to get out and be involved in classrooms throughout the local community while still studying makes it all worthwhile. The relaxed feel and social opportunities on campus are great, and you get a more personalised experience than secondary school. Jenna Shaw Bachelor Primary Education, Gippsland Campus Real experience in the workplace Jenna Shaw says she has found her study and school placement experience to be extremely rewarding. Placements are not only complementary to university studies and start you on the road to becoming a teacher, but they also show you how exciting a teaching career can be. Throughout her placements, Jenna has made the most of Gippsland s unique location to enhance the experience for her students, including taking one of her younger classes to the nearby Hazelwood Wetlands to learn more about the environment. Student teachers are sometimes given opportunities to teach in settings outside the classroom. I ve been placed at both small and larger schools in towns across Gippsland, including Morwell, Tyers, Moe and Rosedale. I m currently completing advanced practicum at St Gabriel s Primary School in Traralgon. It s been very enjoyable working with a wide range of knowledgeable primary teachers in the schools. The lecturers and tutors at the Gippsland campus are fantastic. They re always willing to help with whatever you need, be it workload or assistance with placement. The placements I have undertaken have been an awesome experience and I ve enjoyed every minute FED UNI federation.edu.au/programfinder

15 Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Primary Education Length Location Application Type Entry Extra Outline 4 years full-time or part-time equivalent Gippsland VTAC Yes VTAC Code (on-campus) Direct Yes Code FedUni Code: GAP5 Successful completion of VCE including: Units 3 and 4 a study score of at least 30 in English (ESL) or 25 in any Year 12 other English; and Units 1 and 2 satisfactory completion in two units (any study combination) of general mathematics or mathematical methods (CAS) or Units 3 and 4 mathematics (any). Non-VCE applicants who apply via VTAC must complete Non-Year 12 the Personal Statement form online. Non-VCE applicants who are required to attend an interview will be notified of the arrangements by telephone or mail. Successful applicants are required to apply for a Working With Children Check (WWCC) before commencing their program. Attendance at weekend schools is compulsory for all students undertaking psychology units and some community welfare and counselling units. This degree is a popular option for students who are interested in a teaching career as well as broadening their knowledge and expertise by choosing to study some of the arts disciplines available. Apart from increasing career options a double degree can deepen your understanding of the areas you intend to teach in schools. Combining your arts studies with the theory and practice of primary teaching, this degree provides a comprehensive knowledge of the theoretical foundations of education and curriculum studies. You will also undertake practical teaching experience in primary schools. Content The education component of the course includes a series of units relating to the theory and practice of education, teaching and curriculum along with fieldwork placements. The arts component includes a major area of study, a minor area of study and a first year arts sequence in a third area of study two additional arts units at first, second or third-year levels. Professional placement Throughout the program you will undertake a minimum of 80 days of practical experience teaching in a variety of settings, which may include the choice of an overseas location. The faculty s partnerships and placements office organise each placement. The duration of the placements vary as the program progresses, increasing as your skills knowledge and confidence improve. By the end of the professional placements you will be experienced teaching in front of a class and ready to start your teaching career. Career Opportunities Following registration with the VIT, graduates are eligible to teach in Victorian primary schools and related teaching services. Graduates wishing to teach interstate or overseas are advised to check registration requirements with local authorities. The double degree is designed to give graduates the skills and knowledge to seek employment in education as well as within a wide range of professions associated with their chosen studies in arts and social sciences. Other career options include publishing and editing, writing, public relations, training and development, management and administration, diplomacy, politics and social and community services. Major and minor study areas in Arts: Australian indigenous studies Communications Community welfare and counselling* Criminal justice* English* History/Politics Journalism Psychological studies Psychology** Public relations Rights and justice Sociology Writing *Available as a minor only ** Available only via Online Learning The psychology majors are not accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council. You may also be interested in: Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood); please refer to page 8 for further information Bachelor of Primary Education; please refer to page 11 for further Bachelor of Education; please refer to page 14 for further information FED UNI federation.edu.au/programfinder 13

16 Bachelor of Education Length Location Application Type Entry Extra Content The Bachelor of Education course consists of the following subjects: P 10 strand 4 years full-time or part-time equivalent Mt Helen (Ballarat); MIT (Melbourne) VTAC Yes VTAC Code Mt Helen: MIT: Direct Yes Code FedUni Code: TJ5 Year 12 Non-Year 12 Successful completion of VCE including prerequisites of a minimum equivalent of Units 1 and 2 General Mathematics or Mathematical Methods (either); Units 3 and 4 a study score of at least 25 in English (any); interstate or overseas equivalent. Non-VCE applicants who apply via VTAC must complete the Personal Statement form online. Non-VCE applicants who are required to attend an interview will be notified of the arrangements by telephone or mail. Successful applicants are required to apply for a Working With Children Check (WWCC) before commencing their course. A copy of the WWCC card must be supplied to the University prior to commencing professional experience placements. You must complete all compulsory subjects within the Bachelor of Education (P 10) over 4 years, these are listed below separated by each year level. Sample Structure Semester One Year One Communities of Learners Technology & communities of knowledge Language & literacies Successful learners Australian history curriculum Year Two Diversity of Learning Introduction to science education Learning and teaching mathematics II First discipline elective area, course B Second discipline elective area, course B Semester Two Health & physical education curriculum Learning & teaching mathematics I First discipline elective area, course A Second discipline elective area, course A Approaches to teaching English Indigenous education Professional experience: practicum primary First discipline elective area, course C Year Three Connections in Learning Engagement in the middle years Literacy education in a global world Professional experience: diverse context i Designing for learning First discipline elective area, course D Professional experience: diverse context II Second discipline elective area, course D Second discipline elective area, course C Year Four Developing a Professional Identity Social education and humanities curriculum Perspectives on curriculum education Approaches to teaching in the arts Learning & teaching mathematics III Professional policy practice & responsibility Assessment data and reporting Professional experience: extended practicum Career Opportunities Mt Helen (Ballarat): Successful completion of the Bachelor of Education course qualifies you to teach students in the primary years (P 6), or primary and middle years of schooling (P 10). MIT (Melbourne): Successful completion of the Bachelor of Education course qualifies you to teach students in the primary years (P 6). Outline The 4 year Bachelor of Education course will prepare you as a professional educator, providing a qualification to teach in primary schools (P 6), or in primary and middle years of schooling (P 10)*. *P 10 strand offered at Mt Helen (Ballarat) campus ONLY. The course is comprised of Education Studies, Curriculum Studies, Discipline Studies and Professional Experience. Professional Recognition This course is recognised by the Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT). Professional Experience Professional experience placements take place across each year of the course, beginning in year one. This professional experience provides the minimum supervised practicum requirement, a total of 80 days. You may also be interested in: Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood); please refer to page 8 for further information. Bachelor of Primary Education; please refer to page 11 for further information Bachelor of Health and Physical Education; please refer to the Sport and PE career booklet. Graduate Diploma of Outdoor and Environmental Education; please refer to the Sport and PE career booklet FED UNI federation.edu.au/programfinder

17 Prep 6 strand You must complete all compulsory subjects within the Bachelor of Education (P 6) over 4 years, these are listed below separated by each year level. Discipline Courses The P 6 sequence consists of four courses in one discipline area of study and two courses in a second discipline area of study. Sample Structure Semester One Semester Two The P 10 sequence consists of two discipline areas of study with four courses in each. Year One Communities of Learners Technology & communities of knowledge Language & literacies Successful learners Australian history curriculum Year Two Diversity of Learning Introduction to science education Learning and teaching mathematics II First discipline elective area, course B Second discipline elective area, course B Year Three Connections in Learning Learning and teaching mathematics III Professional experience: diverse context I Teacher as researcher Learning english as a second language or Young peoples worlds or Education for Environment and sustainability Year Four Developing a Professional Identity Social education and humanities curriculum Perspectives on curriculum education Team enterprise First discipline elective area, course D Health & physical education curriculum Learning & teaching mathematics I First discipline elective area, course A Second discipline elective area, course A Approaches to teaching in the arts Approaches to teaching English Indigenous education Professional experience: practicum primary Students with special needs Literacy education in a global world Professional experience: diverse context II First discipline elective area, course C Professional policy practice & responsibility Assessment data and reporting Professional experience: extended practicum Mt Helen (Ballarat) Discipline sequences offered for both P 6 and P 10 students: Literature; Mathematics; General Science; Computing; History; Sociology & Cultural studies. Discipline sequences offered for P 6 students only: Psychology and Health & Physical Education; Visual Arts. Discipline sequences offered for P 10 students only: Health. Please note: for P 10 students, the two discipline areas undertaken will determine secondary teaching areas. MIT (Melbourne) Discipline sequences offered for P 6 students: Computing; Literature; History; Sociology & Cultural Studies. Rex Hickman Bachelor of Education Don t be afraid to ask for help. There are excellent support services available, and the teaching staff are always there if you need them. I have been passionate about teaching since a young age and have committed to reach my goal. I chose this university because I had heard from past students what a great course it was. I have met so many new people, and created memories that I ll have for a long time. The organised social nights have been an ideal way to feel like I m part of the university and the orientation program in my first year was invaluable. My course has been so interesting and enjoyable, especially my time on rounds. So far I have been on two primary school placements, which the staff in the placement office arranged for me. I have really enjoyed the lectures and tutorials, and these have prepared me well in the lead up to my assignments and placements. My advice to prospective students is don t be afraid to ask for help. There are excellent support services available, and the teaching staff are always there if you need them FED UNI federation.edu.au/programfinder 15

18 Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education Length Location Application Type Entry Extra Sample Structure Semester One 4 years full-time or part-time equivalent Mt Helen (Ballarat); VTAC Yes VTAC Code Direct Yes Code FedUni Code: TO5 Successful completion of VCE including prerequisites of a study score of at least 25 in Courses 3 and 4 of English Year 12 (any); a pass in VCE Mathematics Courses 1 & 2 not including Foundational Mathematics; Equivalent interstate or overseas qualification. Non-Year 12 Non-VCE applicants who apply via VTAC must complete the Personal Statement form online. You may also be required to sit a literacy and/or numeracy test. Successful applicants are required to apply for a Working With Children Check (WWCC) before commencing their course. A copy of the WWCC card must be supplied to the University prior to commencing professional experience placements. Outline The Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education aims to develop professional educators who will have specific discipline knowledge in the following areas: Japanese (LOTE), psychology, literature, history, social sciences, human behaviour, philosophy or indigenous studies to prepare you to become secondary teachers in regional, rural and metropolitan schools. The degree provides a strong balance of theoretical studies in education and practicum studies. The Bachelor of Education component of the joint degree has a strong focus on educational issues and is designed to meet and respond to challenges of learning communities. Content Semester Two Career Opportunities As well as preparing you for a range of careers open to Bachelor of Arts graduates, this degree helps meet the current and emerging need for well-qualified and competent secondary school teachers (years 7-12). Professional Recognition Graduates will be recognised to seek registration to teach in secondary schools through the Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT). Professional Experience Professional experience placements take place across second, third and fourth year of the degree. This professional experience provides the minimum supervised practicum requirement, a total of 80 days, However, there are extensive opportunities for students to have additional placement experiences. You may also be interested in: Bachelor of Education, please refer to page 14 for further information. Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Primary Education, please refer to page 13 for further information. Year One Intro to learning and teaching Major sequence Major sequence Major/Minor sequence Year Two Designing for learning Major sequence Major/Minor sequence Minor sequence Year Three Major sequence Major/Minor sequence Major sequence curriculum 1 Minor sequence curriculum 1 Year Four Transition to professional practice Global perspectives Perspectives on curriculum and education Teaching experience 3 Young people and learning environments Major sequence Major/Minor sequence Minor sequence Teaching experience 1 Major sequence Major/Minor sequence Minor sequence Teaching experience 2 Major sequence curriculum 2 Major/Minor sequence Major/Minor sequence Assessment data and reporting Collaborative research and evaluation Teaching experience 4 Major and minor study areas Students will be required to complete one major study and one minor study from the following: Major Sequences: Psychology (APA) Psychology (Human Behaviour) Japanese study (LOTE) Literature Social science. Minor Sequences: Philosophy Indigenous studies Human behaviour Literature History FED UNI federation.edu.au/programfinder

19 Bachelor of Visual Arts/Bachelor of Education Length Location Application Type Entry Extra Sample Structure Semester One Year One 4 years full-time or part-time equivalent Camp Street (Ballarat); Mt Helen (Ballarat) VTAC Yes VTAC Code Direct Yes Code FedUni Code: TF5 Successful completion of VCE including prerequisites of a study score of at least 25 in Units 3 and 4 of English Year 12 (any); A pass in VCE Mathematics Courses 1 & 2 not including Foundational Mathematics; plus interview and Art Folio; Equivalent interstate or overseas qualification. Non-Year 12 Non-VCE applicants who apply via VTAC must complete the Personal Statement form online. Applicants may also be required to sit a literacy and/or numeracy test as well as an interview and Art Folio. Successful applicants are required to apply for a Working With Children Check (WWCC) before commencing their course. A copy of the WWCC card must be supplied to the University prior to commencing professional experience placements. The Bachelor of Visual Arts coupled with a Bachelor of Education in a joint degree will prepare you with a particular emphasis on rural and regional needs, for a career as a secondary teacher. Content Intro to learning and teaching Art theory 1 Fine art or graphic design studio practice 1 Year Two Designing for learning Art theory 3 Studio art or graphic design practice 3 Year Three Approaches to teaching in the arts Art theory 5 Drawing 1 Photography 1 Choose ONE of the following Australian history curriculum or History curriculum 1 Choose ONE of the following Transition to professional practice Global perspectives on education, technology and enterprise Perspectives on curriculum and education Teaching experience 3 Semester Two Young people and learning environments Art theory 2 (history option) Fine art or graphic design studio practice 2 Teaching experience 1 Art theory 4 (history option) Studio art or graphic design practice 4 Teaching experience 2 Art theory 6 Art Curriculum 2 History curriculum 2 Assessment, data and reporting Collaborative research and evaluation Teaching experience 4 Career Opportunities The Bachelor of Visual Arts/Bachelor of Education will qualify you to teach in secondary schools up to year 12, or to pursue a career in professional arts practice as well as being equipped to participate in the broader arts community at an enhanced level. Outline This qualification will provide the education theory and practicum to teach visual arts at secondary level until year 12. The Bachelor of Visual Arts/Bachelor of Education is designed to give you a strong foundation in the areas of arts theory and fine art or graphic design studio practice to provide the necessary teaching skills to be effective teachers at the secondary school level. You can also choose to undertake a history minor. Extra In addition to applying through VTAC, you must complete and submit a Preselection Proforma available from or by contacting Arts Academy. This should be returned to the Arts Academy by October. Interviews will be confirmed in early November and applicants will be expected to attend an interview held in late November at which they will present: a comprehensive folio of work (including works specific to the creative discipline in which they are interested) Records of academic progress reports References A written statement about their work and ambitions. (Maximum 250 words). Professional Experience Professional experience placements take place across second, third and fourth year of the degree. This professional experience provides the minimum supervised practicum requirement, a total of 80 days, however there is extensive opportunities for you to have additional placement experiences. Professional Recognition Graduates will be recognised to seek registration to teach in secondary schools through the Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT) FED UNI federation.edu.au/programfinder 17

20 Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Education Length Location Application Type Entry Extra Outline The Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Education aims to develop professional educators who will have specific discipline knowledge in the areas of science and prepare them to become secondary teachers in regional, rural and metropolitan schools. The degree provides a strong balance of theoretical studies in education, practicum studies and major and minor science strands. The Bachelor of Education component of the joint degree has a strong focus of educational issues and is designed to meet and respond to the challenges of learning communities. Content Sample Structure Semester One Year One 4 years full-time or part-time equivalent Mt Helen (Ballarat) VTAC Yes VTAC Code Direct Yes Code FedUni Code: TA5 Satisfactory completion of the VCE including a study score Year 12 of at least 25 in Units 3 and 4 Mathematics (any); and a study score at least 25 in each of English (any); interstate or overseas equivalent. Non-VCE applicants who apply via VTAC must complete Non-Year 12 the Personal Statement form online. Non-VCE applicants who are required to attend an interview will be notified of the arrangements by telephone or mail. Successful applicants are required to apply for a Working With Children Check (WWCC) before commencing their course. A copy of the WWCC card must be supplied to the University prior to commencing professional experience placements. Intro to learning and teaching Chemistry General science- intro to biology Earth sciences Year Two Designing for learning Upon the shoulders of giants Major science course elective Minor science course elective Year Three Science curriculum 1 Senior science curriculum 1 Major science course elective Minor science course elective Year Four Transition to professional practice Global perspectives on education; technology & enterprise Perspectives on curriculum and education Teaching experience 3 Semester Two Young people and learning environments Communication in science Statistical methods Major science course elective Teaching experience 1 Approved maths/sciences elective outside major/minor Major science course elective Minor science course elective Teaching experience 2 Senior science or Science curriculum 2 Major science course elective Minor science course elective Assessment data and reporting Collaborative research and evaluation Teaching experience 4 Career Opportunities The science component of the joint degree provides you with the knowledge, skills and values appropriate for effective scientific investigation and communication, enabling entry into a variety of career options. The education component prepares students as professional educators for the new and broader roles expected of them in schools now and into the future. It provides a qualification to teach in secondary schools (years 7 12). Professional Recognition Graduates will be recognised to seek registration to teach in secondary schools through the Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT). Professional Experience Professional experience placements take place across second, third and fourth year of the degree This professional experience provides the minimum supervised practicum requirement, a total of 80 days, however there are extensive opportunities for students to have additional placement experiences. You may also be interested in: Bachelor of Education, please refer to page 14 for further information Major and minor study areas Students will be required to complete a major and minor study sequence from the following: Major Sequences: Biomedical, chemistry, environmental science, earth sciences, food science and technology, biology. Minor sequences: health, psychology, biomedical, chemistry, environmental science, food science and technology, biology, physics or mathematics FED UNI federation.edu.au/programfinder

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