Certificate I in Transition Education
This nationally accredited course supports learners with permanent intellectual disabilities to develop skills to assist them in the community. It assists learners to enter employment, volunteer work or access further study.
This course assists learners to develop skills and knowledge to assist them in the community after leaving school.
Learners develop learning plans, enhance their self-development, participate in travel and community activities and use technology to assist them in developing future work, training or community activities.
genU Training strives to make course fees inclusive and competitive. Quality learning is important to everyone in our community no matter their circumstances or abilities. genU Training is an approved Skills First RTO, the fee you pay depends on whether you qualify for government subsidies. A genU Training staff member will assist you in determining your course fees.
For details on genU Training’s course fees please visit our Fees & Charges page.