Defence Preparation Maths

Statement of Attainment

Course information

About the course

Course Number: 900-10591MV01

Would you like to apply for entry to the Australian Defence Force (ADF), but lack a Year 10 level Mathematics qualification? TAFE NSW's Statement of Attainment in Defence Preparation Maths will provide you with the mathematical skills required for your application and will benefit your ongoing career. There are no formal educational requirements for this course; however, numeracy skills will be assessed prior to entry to the course. Please note: To fully satisfy the academic requirements for general entry into the ADF, you must also hold a Statement of Attainment in Defence Preparation English (or Year 10 certificate equivalent). For trades entry you must have also completed a Statement of Attainment in Defence Preparation Science (or Year 10 certificate equivalent).

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Offered on 5 campuses

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Key dates
Course begin
Monday, February 04, 2019 until Friday, June 28, 2019
Attendance details
8.00000 hours per week for 1 semester
Additional Study: 8.00000 hours per week for 1 semester
Assessment methods may include
Written task
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