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Qualification details

CUV20103 - Certificate II in Visual Arts and Contemporary Craft (Release 1)

Summary

Usage recommendation:
Superseded
Mapping:
MappingNotesDate
Is superseded by CUV20111 - Certificate II in Visual ArtsThis qualification replaces CUV20103 Certificate II in Visual Arts and Contemporary Craft. Title of qualification simplified CUVCOR02B Develop and articulate concept for own work deleted with content integrated into holistic studio practice unit CUVPRP201A Make simple creative work Number of units reduced from 11 to 9 11/Oct/2011

Release Status:
Current
Releases:
ReleaseRelease date
1 1 (this release) 18/Apr/2008

Training packages that include this qualification

Units of competency

CodeSort Table listing Units of Competency by the Code columnTitleSort Table listing Units of Competency by the Title columnEssentialSort Table listing Units of Competency by the Essential column
BSBITU102A - Develop keyboard skillsDevelop keyboard skills N/A
BSBOHS201A - Participate in OHS processesParticipate in OHS processes N/A
CUECOR02B - Work with othersWork with others N/A
CUVCOR02B - Develop and articulate concept for own workDevelop and articulate concept for own work N/A
CUVCOR07B - Use drawing techniques to represent the object or ideaUse drawing techniques to represent the object or idea N/A
CUVCOR11B - Source information on history and theory and apply to own area of workSource information on history and theory and apply to own area of work N/A
CUVCRS13B - Store finished workStore finished work N/A
CUVVSP04B - Apply techniques to produce ceramicsApply techniques to produce ceramics N/A
CUVVSP26B - Apply techniques to produce jewelleryApply techniques to produce jewellery N/A
CUVVSP50B - Apply techniques to produce sculptureApply techniques to produce sculpture N/A
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Classifications

SchemeCodeClassification value
ANZSCO Identifier 211400 Visual Arts And Crafts Professionals 
ASCO (occupation type) Identifier 2531 Visual Arts And Crafts Professionals 
ASCED Qualification/Course Field of Education Identifier 1003 Visual Arts And Crafts 
Qualification/Course Level of Education Identifier 521 Certificate II 
Taxonomy - Industry Sector N/A Photography,Visual Arts and Craft 
Taxonomy - Occupation N/A Photoimaging Trainee,Ceramics Studio Trainee,Community Arts Workshop Assistant 

Classification history

SchemeCodeClassification valueStart dateEnd date
ANZSCO Identifier 211400 Visual Arts And Crafts Professionals 18/Apr/2008 
ASCO (occupation type) Identifier 2531 Visual Arts And Crafts Professionals 18/Apr/2008 
ASCED Qualification/Course Field of Education Identifier 1003 Visual Arts And Crafts 18/Apr/2008 
Qualification/Course Level of Education Identifier 521 Certificate II 18/Apr/2008 
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Modification History

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Description

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Pathways Information

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Licensing/Regulatory Information

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Entry Requirements

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Employability Skills Summary

The following table contains a summary of the Employability Skills  required for an assistant in a community arts workshop. The Employability Skills facets described here are broad industry requirements that may vary depending on qualification packaging options.

Communication 

  • Liaising with people from arts organisations
  • Passing on key safety information to colleagues
  • Collecting information to develop a concept for own work; presenting concepts to others

Teamwork 

  • Discussing industry developments with colleagues
  • Checking safety procedures with other team members
  • Obtaining feedback on concepts

Problem Solving 

  • Adjusting work practices to suit particular arts contexts
  • Identifying safety issues and reporting them to appropriate person
  • Refining concepts to incorporate feedback from others
  • Identifying action to be taken if finished work is not ready for storage

Initiative and Enterprise 

  • Developing several possible concepts to communicate an idea

Planning and Organising 

  • Collecting information to develop a concept for own work
  • Organising work tasks to ensure safety
  • Organising the presentation of a concept to others
  • Preparing work for storage and storing it appropriately
  • Identifying the steps and resources required to produce the proposed art object

Learning 

  • Keeping up to date with industry developments
  • Improving ceramics
  • Drawing, sculpture and jewellery skills through experimentation

Technology 

  • Using the internet for sourcing information
  • Using tools to make jewellery, ceramic objects and sculptures

Packaging Rules

Core Units 

Complete 4 core units :

BSBOHS201A Participate in OHS processes

CUVCOR02B Develop and articulate concept for own work

CUVCOR07B Use drawing techniques to represent the object or idea

CUVCOR11B Source information on history and theory and apply to own area of work

Elective Units 

Complete 7 other units with at least 1 unit from the following areas of the Visual Arts Craft and Design Training Package:

  • Ceramics
  • Digital art
  • Drawing
  • Glass
  • Jewellery
  • Painting
  • Photoimaging
  • Prints
  • Sculpture
  • Textiles/fibre
  • Video art
  • Wood

Remaining units may be selected from other areas of the Visual Arts Craft and Design Training Package or any relevant endorsed Training Package at the appropriate level.

The total package of units must meet the requirements of the Australian Qualifications Framework Descriptor for a Certificate II. In all cases selection of electives must be guided by the job outcome sought, local industry requirements and the level of the qualification.

Notes on Certificate II in Visual Arts and Contemporary Craft 

The Certificate II in Visual Arts and Contemporary Craft is designed to reflect the role of individuals who perform a range of mainly routine tasks and who work under direct supervision. It is a flexible entry-level qualification, which can be customised to meet a broad range of industry needs. This qualification is also suitable for VET in schools programs.

Examples of other Training Packages, which may be relevant to this qualification, are as follows:

  • Business Services, e.g. computer technology
  • Entertainment, e.g. props, sets, scenic art, costume
  • Financial Services, e.g. bookkeeping
  • Furnishing, e.g. furniture production
  • Hospitality, e.g. food and beverage
  • Information Technology, e.g. Internet
  • Manufactured Mineral Products, e.g. ceramics
  • Metal and Engineering, e.g. jewellery
  • Museums and Library/Information Services, e.g. exhibitions
  • Music, e.g. performance
  • Printing and Graphic Arts, e.g. pre-press
  • Retail, e.g. customer service, sales
  • Screen and Media, e.g. digital content, set and scenery construction
  • Textile, Clothing and Footwear, e.g. clothing production
  • Tourism, e.g. guiding

The workplace context for this qualification will vary and this context must guide the selection of elective units. Examples of appropriate unit for particular jobs at this level are as follows:

Community arts workshop assistant 

BSBITU102A Develop keyboard skills

CUECOR02B Work with others

CUVADM11A Work within an arts organisation context

CUVCRS13B Store finished work

CUVVSP26B Apply techniques to produce jewellery

CUVVSP50B Apply techniques to produce sculpture

CUVVSP54B Apply techniques to produce textile/fibre work

Trainee in ceramics studio 

BSBITU102A Develop keyboard skills

CUVCRS13B Store finished work

CUVVSP04B Apply techniques to produce ceramics

CUVVSP26B Apply techniques to produce jewellery

CUVVSP50B Apply techniques to produce sculpture

WRRCS2B Apply point of sale handling procedures

WRRS01B Sell products and services