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Why complete an Employability Skills Course?

Refresh your skills or learn new ones to keep your workplace skills and certifications up to date or re-enter the workforce.

Accredited short courses, units, and skill sets are a great option if you’re a qualified professional who wants to diversify your professional portfolio and boost your resume. An accredited short course or skill set will earn you official credits for the units you complete. These unit credits may even be applied to a related qualification at a later date if you choose to study a full certificate or diploma.

When you complete your accredited unit/s you will earn a Statement of Attainment.

Did you know?

A recent Hays survey of over 2,000 people found 77% of employers are more likely to shortlist a candidate who has regularly upskilled.

Source: HRD 2018

How to study with NCVE

Contact one of our friendly career consultants

Step 1

We‘ll let you know everything you need to know about our courses and your eligibility

Step 2

Begin your training with NCVE, our amazing instructors will be with you every step of the way

Step 3

Start the next chapter of your life in a brand new career!

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Courses Available

Cafe and Club

Course code: Statement of Attainment in SIT30616 Certificate III in Hospitality
Gain hospitality skills in coffee making, responsible service of alcohol. You will also learn food and beverage service and hygienic practices for food safety. A great starter course for anyone wanting to work in hospitality.

Food Handling skills

Course code: SITXFSA001 Use hygienic practices for food safety
This course is useful for anyone wanting to work in food preparation, including but not limited to, restaurants, cafes, clubs, and bars.

Provide First Aid

Course code: HLTAID011 Provide first aid
Learn to provide a first aid response to a casualty in line with Australian first aid guidelines in a community or workplace setting.

Introduction to Aged Care

Course code: Statement of Attainment in CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support
This course is suitable for anyone thinking about working in the aged care environment - a great way to see if it is the career for you.

Introduction to Business Skills

Course code: Statement of Attainment in BSB30115 Certificate III in Business
This short course is suitable for individuals that are wanting to gain employment in a front of business role.

Introduction to Sales and Service

Course code: Statement of Attainment in SIR30216 Certificate III in Retail
This course is for anyone wishing to work in retail settings including specialty retailers, supermarkets, department stores and quick service restaurants.

Introduction to Management

Course code: Statement of Attainment in BSB42015Certificate IV in Leadership & Management
This course is for anyone looking to take the next step to a role where you’ll be leading, guiding and monitoring the effective performance of individuals.

Modern Cafe Skills

Course code: Statement of Attainment in SIT30616 Certificate III in Hospitality
Gain skills in setting up, operating, maintaining, and cleaning coffee equipment including the espresso machine and grinder. You will also learn food and beverage service and hygienic practices for food safety.

Meet a few of our industry experienced trainers


Paul Towson

Work Placement Manager

Paul recently joined NCVE and brings with him a wealth of expertise in a variety of business areas including general management, relationship building, executive arbitration & negotiating, systems & operations, and logistics & supply chain.

With over 33 years experience in a myriad of different roles, Paul enjoys the challenges that each role brings and is excited at the prospects of identifying new opportunities. Paul is a big believer that his strengths, enthusiam, reliability and loyalty are what breeds his success!

Favourite quote:
Build it and they will come!


Nikki Cole

Business, Hospitality and Retail

Nikki joined the NCVE in July 2019 and operates out of Goulburn.

Nikki loves working as a trainer and assessor as she loves to help people realise their true potential. The best advice she loves to share is “Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and most of all, love of what you are doing”. – Pele

Favourite Quote:

Education which doesn’t mould character is absolutely worthless. – Mahatma Gandhi.


NCVE International

Nathaly Trujillo

NCVE International Marketing, Commuinication and Student Support

Nathaly is a Marketing and Communications professional with 6 years experience.

For the last 3 years she has been working with international students to provide them with the support, tools and information they need to have a fantastic experience in Australia and succeed in their goals.

Nathaly loves her roles as has found out that working with International students, is to work with dreamers. It is to have the opportunity to open her mind to learn new ways to see, understand and enjoy life. It is to have the chance to meet new people, make new friends and grow with them while is helping them to achieve their goals.

Best Motivational Advice:
Enjoy every moment of this experience, learn as much as you can, make friends, visit new places and don’t be afraid of changes, because this experience open your mind, addressing you to enjoy the life in all its colors, flavors and shapes.

Favourite Quote:
Imagine that you are reading a book, but you can’t go back, you can’t not read any page or line again. How much attention do you use to read it? That’s life.

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