Welcome to SuccessVisa! In today's video, Amit provides insights into the VET sector, specifically focusing on the differentiation between trade and non-trade courses.
Trade courses are designed for individuals seeking career outcomes that require a job-ready program or one year of full-time experience after completing their studies. Examples of trade courses include Cookery, Automotive, Bricklaying, Hairdressing, and Fabrication Engineering. These courses are ideal for individuals already working in their respective fields, such as carpenters, who can benefit from certified trade training to enhance their skills.
On the other hand, non-trade courses do not require any specific job-ready program or prior experience. Diploma of Nursing, Diploma of Community Services, Advanced Diploma of Civil Construction Design, and Advanced Diploma of Telecommunication Engineering are some examples of non-trade courses. These courses are particularly suitable for individuals who are not currently employed in their field, such as truck drivers or labourers, as they can pursue these courses without prior experience. Additionally, many VET courses can be completed in less than one year, making them a usable option for individuals holding non-student visas.
If you have study rights and want to explore further information about trade and non-trade courses in the VET sector, don't hesitate to contact us. We are here to guide you toward the right path for your career aspirations. Watch the video to learn more and make informed decisions about your future in the VET sector.
Team SuccessVisa will be happy to provide you with more detailed information about these courses. We are committed to assisting students in making informed decisions regarding their study choices and immigration issues. We provide tailored services to empower you to achieve your goals through our team of highly educated professionals with years of experience in student counselling.