The Australian education system is often more complex than the Italian one we’re used to.
Once you have completed ‘secondary education’ (our ‘scuole superiori’), and obtained a High School Diploma, if you want to specialise in a particular area, you can take various paths. Firstly, as an alternative to the university system (Higher Education), you can choose the Vocational sector, which is often used to access higher education more gradually.
The Australian Qualification Framework (AQF) is a framework for distinguishing all the levels of available courses. It is divided into 10 levels, which increase in order of difficulty. Let’s take a look at all of them:
These are the briefest and simplest qualifications. The level is general and basic and the concepts that are taught are of a general nature.