CERTIFICATE II IN LIBRARY / INFORMATION SERVICES (CUL20104)
A starting point for anyone looking to develop a career in library and information services.This course is ideal for school-based students or new workers wishing to fulfil the role of a Library Trainee or Library Assistant/Aide.
It provides library workers with the skills and knowledge to undertake a range of supervised tasks such as processing loans and returns of library resources using automated systems, responding to enquiries and working as part of a library team.
The course is suitable for VET in Schools delivery and provides a good foundation for further study to higher level library qualifications.
|CULLB206C||Assist with circulation services|
|CUFSAF01B||Follow health, safety and security procedures|
|BSBCMN205A||Use business technology|
|CULLB001B||Develop and apply knowledge of the library/information services industry|
|CULLB203C||Develop and use information literacy skills|
|CUECOR03B||Provide quality service to customers|
|CULLB205C||Process and maintain information resources|
|CULLB004B||Process information resource orders|
There are written and practical assessments for each unit. Practical assessment tasks are completed in the workplace and are based on ‘real-life’ library tasks and situations.
12 months full time or 24 months part time.
Prospective students are required to:
- have completed Year 10
- be working in a library or prepared to volunteer in a library
- possess computer skills and have access to a computer and the internet
Full fee for 8 units: $2,750
(This includes a $150 non-refundable administration fee)
Government funding may be available to eligible candidates. For more information contact LTSA or your nearest Australian Apprenticeship Centre (AAC) at www.australianapprenticeships.gov.au.
Privately funded or employer assisted enrolments are also accepted.
- Library Assistant
- Library Aide (school libraries)
- Library Officer
- Circulation Assistant