Hi, I've just found that wide bay tafe offers a reverse articulation program for those doing the degree to get a diploma after second year so that they can work as an EEN. Has anyone heard of this or other tafes which offer this at all?
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08-01-2012 17:01 #1Senior Member
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08-01-2012 18:42 #2
I haven't heard of that, but I do know that some universities have an 'exit point' where once you reach that point, you can work as an EEN while finishing off the degree- but not all uni's offer the exit point. I still need to call Griffith to see if they offer it.
08-01-2012 18:57 #3
I just googled it, along with 'griffith' and they offer students to do the course over the holidays once 18 months of full time study has been undertaken. Sweet!!! It's with that TAFE you mentioned, but it's joint with the uni. Maybe call the uni you are going to and see if they have a partnership too for it?
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