Study Adult Tertiary Preparation

Did you miss out on graduating from high school? Perhaps you want to achieve a higher entrance score for entry into University? Or maybe you have just been away from formal education for several years? The Certificate IV in Tertiary Preparation is a Year 12 equivalent qualification focused on skill-based learning, completing this course will prepare you for studying at College or University.

Course Overview


The Certificate IV IN Adult Tertiary Preparation provides student with the specialised skills and knowledge needed to further their education at College or University.

This course expands students reading, writing and numeracy skills. You will learn computer skills, time management and problem solving skills.  Students will also develop the required skills to plan, research and present academic arguments in writing and speeches.

Upon graduation, you will have gained the knowledge and confidence you need to embark on a new career path at College or University.

Certificate IV in Adult Tertiary Preparation

Course Duration

6 months

Intake Dates

January and July


Brisbane, Gold Coast


From $7,000

The Course Details

Graduate Outcome

Take the leap into further tertiary study. This course is ideal for people who have been away from formal education for several years looking to learn and develop essential study skills.

On completion you will be awarded the Tertiary Preparation Certificate (TPC). This qualification makes you eligible for entry to Colleges and Universities.

Common Course Requirements

  • Students must have completed year 10 or higher
  • Students must have the English equivalent of IELTS 5.5 

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Study Adult Tertiary Preparation was last modified: September 16th, 2020 by Nick Yock