Credit
Transfer
 
This credit transfer website is a guide to credits available for completed TAFE NSW qualifications to articulate into a University or Higher Education Provider degree. It is designed to help you tailor your study journey. How much credit you are eligible for varies depending on course, institution chosen and the grades achieved. As credit arrangements are updated regularly, you should always confirm your eligibility with the offering institution. You can e-mail TAFE NSW if you need more information.
Degree: Bachelor of Social Work  Offering Institution: University of Wollongong 
TAFE qualification: Youth Justice Diploma 
National code: CHC50513 
Available credits: Receive up to 48 Credit Points, depending on the electives studied.  
How to apply: Applying to UOW
Admission is dependent on the completion of the course and the level of academic performance achieved.
In some circumstances, advanced standing (credit transfer) may be granted for AQF qualifications (excluding Certificate IV).  This means that you gain credit towards your UOW degree resulting in less units of study undertaken to complete your degree.

More information?
Contact UOW’s Admission Advice Team on 1300 367 869, or future-students@uow.edu.au  for more information.
TAFE qualification: Child, Youth & Family Intervention Diploma 
National code: CHC50313 
Available credits: Receive up to 48 credit points, depending on the electives you have studied.  
How to apply: Applying to UOW
Admission is dependent on the completion of the course and the level of academic performance achieved.
In some circumstances, advanced standing (credit transfer) may be granted for AQF qualifications (excluding Certificate IV).  This means that you gain credit towards your UOW degree resulting in less units of study undertaken to complete your degree.

More information?
Contact UOW’s Admission Advice Team on 1300 367 869, or future-students@uow.edu.au  for more information.
TAFE qualification: Community Services (Alcohol and other Drugs) Diploma 
National code: CHC53215 
Available credits: Receive up to 48 credit points, depending on the electives studied  
How to apply: Applying to UOW
Admission is dependent on the completion of the course and the level of academic performance achieved.
In some circumstances, advanced standing (credit transfer) may be granted for AQF qualifications (excluding Certificate IV).  This means that you gain credit towards your UOW degree resulting in less units of study undertaken to complete your degree.

More information?
Contact UOW’s Admission Advice Team on 1300 367 869, or future-students@uow.edu.au  for more information.
TAFE qualification: Community Services (Alcohol and other Drugs and Mental Health) Diploma 
National code: CHC50412 
Available credits: Receive up to 48 credit points, depending on the electives studied  
How to apply: Applying to UOW
Admission is dependent on the completion of the course and the level of academic performance achieved.
In some circumstances, advanced standing (credit transfer) may be granted for AQF qualifications (excluding Certificate IV).  This means that you gain credit towards your UOW degree resulting in less units of study undertaken to complete your degree.

More information?
Contact UOW’s Admission Advice Team on 1300 367 869, or future-students@uow.edu.au  for more information.
TAFE qualification: Community Services (Case Management) Diploma 
National code: CHC52015 
Available credits: Receive up to 48 credit points, depending on your electives studies  
How to apply: Applying to UOW
Admission is dependent on the completion of the course and the level of academic performance achieved.
In some circumstances, advanced standing (credit transfer) may be granted for AQF qualifications (excluding Certificate IV).  This means that you gain credit towards your UOW degree resulting in less units of study undertaken to complete your degree.

More information?
Contact UOW’s Admission Advice Team on 1300 367 869, or future-students@uow.edu.au  for more information.
TAFE qualification: Community Services (Development and/or Humanitarian Assistance) Diploma 
National code: CHC52312 
Available credits: Receive up to 48 credit points, depending on your electives studied  
How to apply: Applying to UOW
Admission is dependent on the completion of the course and the level of academic performance achieved.
In some circumstances, advanced standing (credit transfer) may be granted for AQF qualifications (excluding Certificate IV).  This means that you gain credit towards your UOW degree resulting in less units of study undertaken to complete your degree.

More information?
Contact UOW’s Admission Advice Team on 1300 367 869, or future-students@uow.edu.au  for more information.
TAFE qualification: Community Services (Mental Health) Diploma 
National code: CHC53315 
Available credits: Receive up to 48 credit points, depending on your electives studies.  
How to apply: Applying to UOW
Admission is dependent on the completion of the course and the level of academic performance achieved.
In some circumstances, advanced standing (credit transfer) may be granted for AQF qualifications (excluding Certificate IV).  This means that you gain credit towards your UOW degree resulting in less units of study undertaken to complete your degree.

More information?
Contact UOW’s Admission Advice Team on 1300 367 869, or future-students@uow.edu.au  for more information.
TAFE qualification: Community Services Work Diploma 
National code: CHC50612 
Available credits: Receive up to 48 credit points, depending on the electives studied  
How to apply: Applying to UOW
Admission is dependent on the completion of the course and the level of academic performance achieved.
In some circumstances, advanced standing (credit transfer) may be granted for AQF qualifications (excluding Certificate IV).  This means that you gain credit towards your UOW degree resulting in less units of study undertaken to complete your degree.

More information?
Contact UOW’s Admission Advice Team on 1300 367 869, or future-students@uow.edu.au  for more information.
TAFE qualification: Counselling Diploma 
National code: CHC51712 
Available credits: Receive up to 48 credit points, depending on the electives studied  
How to apply: Applying to UOW
Admission is dependent on the completion of the course and the level of academic performance achieved.
In some circumstances, advanced standing (credit transfer) may be granted for AQF qualifications (excluding Certificate IV).  This means that you gain credit towards your UOW degree resulting in less units of study undertaken to complete your degree.

More information?
Contact UOW’s Admission Advice Team on 1300 367 869, or future-students@uow.edu.au  for more information.
TAFE qualification: Disability Diploma 
National code: CHC50108 
Available credits: Receive up to 48 credit points, depending on the electives studied.  
How to apply: Applying to UOW
Admission is dependent on the completion of the course and the level of academic performance achieved.
In some circumstances, advanced standing (credit transfer) may be granted for AQF qualifications (excluding Certificate IV).  This means that you gain credit towards your UOW degree resulting in less units of study undertaken to complete your degree.

More information?
Contact UOW’s Admission Advice Team on 1300 367 869, or future-students@uow.edu.au  for more information.
TAFE qualification: Family Intake & Support Diploma 
National code: CHC51812 
Available credits: Receive up to 48 credit points, depending on the electives studied  
How to apply: Applying to UOW
Admission is dependent on the completion of the course and the level of academic performance achieved.
In some circumstances, advanced standing (credit transfer) may be granted for AQF qualifications (excluding Certificate IV).  This means that you gain credit towards your UOW degree resulting in less units of study undertaken to complete your degree.

More information?
Contact UOW’s Admission Advice Team on 1300 367 869, or future-students@uow.edu.au  for more information.
TAFE qualification: Youth Work Diploma 
National code: CHC50413 
Available credits: Receive up to 48 credit points, depending on the electives studied.  
How to apply: Applying to UOW
Admission is dependent on the completion of the course and the level of academic performance achieved.
In some circumstances, advanced standing (credit transfer) may be granted for AQF qualifications (excluding Certificate IV).  This means that you gain credit towards your UOW degree resulting in less units of study undertaken to complete your degree.

More information?
Contact UOW’s Admission Advice Team on 1300 367 869, or future-students@uow.edu.au  for more information.