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1.1.A.260 Articulated courses (YA)


For the purposes of YA, articulated courses are 2 or more courses linked to form a longer course leading to a qualification.

Example: A 2 year Associate Diploma award may be based on undertaking 4 articulated half-year Certificate courses.

Example: Payment may be made during vacation breaks in linked courses, which make up a longer course.

Act reference: SSAct section 23(10C)-'full year course', section 23(10D)-'late starting course', section 23(10E)-'articulated short course sequence'

Youth Allowance (Satisfactory Study Progress) Guidelines 2014

Policy reference: SS Guide YA full-time students satisfactory progress

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