Smart & Skilled Byron Community College

Smart & Skilled



Under the NSW Smart and Skilled Program we are pleased to offer the following qualifications

National Code and Qualification name

FSK10113 Certificate I in Access to Vocational Pathways
FSK10213 Certificate I in Skills for Vocational Pathways
FSK20113 Certificate II in Skils for Work and Vocational Pathways


Pre-enrolment information
The following link contains information that students/trainees should read to gain an understanding of the Smart and Skilled Program and the services we supply

Student eligibility for Smart & Skilled

  • To enrol for Smart and Skilled training you need to meet certain conditions. To check if you are eligible to enrol in a course/traineeship you can go to an use the Eligibility Checker on the Smart and Skilled Website
  • To check the student fee for the course you can use the Student Fee Calculator on the Find A Course page of the Smart and Skilled website

The Customer Protection Officer for any matters relating to Smart and Skilled is Lance Hopson. They can be contacted at: 02 6684 3374 or via

For further details refer to the Customer Protection Policy

Information for people experiencing domestic violence

Undertaking training can help rebuild someone’s life and get them back into the workforce.
People who are experiencing or have experienced domestic and family violence and/or their dependant(s) may be eligible for free training that is funded by the NSW government under the Smart and Skilled initiative. Please go to Smart & Skilled or contact us on (02) 6684 3374 to find out more.

Student Support Services

We provide the following student support services. Please contact us if you require further information:

  • Improving learning skills
  • Assistance in completing assignments or studying for exams
  • Improving literacy or help with challenges related to English as a second language
  • Difficulties with study, decisions to defer from study
  • Learning skills relating to reading, writing, note taking, exam & assignments preparation
  • Arranging for additional one-to one tuition

Our Student Support Officer can also assist with a range of concerns including:

  • Financial problems
  • Accommodation, health care and well-being
  • Problems with relationships, home-sickness, gambling, depression, relationship issues
  • Equity & Equal Opportunity issues, sexual harassment, discrimination issues
  • Disability Adviser regarding examination / study adjustments

Further information about Smart and Skilled can be found on the Smart and Skilled Website