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Welcome

Letter from the CEO It gives me a great pleasure to welcome you to St Peter Institute. Every educational institute needs to implement valuable learning. St peter Institute creates positive attitude and inspire the students to achieve professional excellence in the most memorable way. The need to modify and adapt is continuous and at St Peter Institute we appreciate this opportunity as we believe it brings out the best in us, helping us strive further to provide valued learnings at all times. We are motivated to remain an innovative with our best education level, surpassing our students in providing them a better experience. We help our students by providing them transformational information solutions so that they can have the bright future to build innovative and intelligent ideas. As we embark upon our journey to the exciting times ahead. We will continue to co-innovative with our education to ensure profitable growth and ever increasing value by creating an inspiring environment for our students. Warm regards, Raj Chopra

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Our Mission

St Peter Institute is a comprehensive, learnercentered institution that constantly strives to become the standard of excellence for fostering intellect, creativity and character in an active, student learning community. The Institute provides careers and continuous education coursework and programs that enhance dynamic, intellectual, cultural and, economic

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development challenges of Australia. Through support services and a technology enriched learning environment, the institute endeavors to empower each learner with skills, knowledge, and values needed for higher programs, workforce entry, advancement, and personal enrichment. Further, St Peter Institute promotes an appreciation of cultural diversity, social responsibility, and academic excellence. The mission of St Peter Institute is to educate and develop you as a professional. As an Institute uniquely situated in the heart of Melbourne CBD, we are committed to providing training that makes an important contribution to the lives of our students within Victoria, the nation and worldwide.


Our Core Values Quality We advance quality standards through faculty, academic offerings and support services provided to students. This is evidenced in institutional practices, learning and administrative outcomes.

Learner-Centered We maintain a strong commitment to all learners and their emerging needs, by fulfilling the academic and cultural needs of the region.

Diversity We embrace diversity in its curriculum, activities, student population and staff.

Inclusiveness We promote a caring environment that is rooted in a participative governance structure. Mutual respect and trust are evidenced in collaborative work teams which cross over divisions, departments and programs.

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Bourke St. Campus

St Peter Institute is working towards being the world leader in the integration of:

Teaching and learning

Advancement of the knowledge base

Leadership in service and outreach

Further, the Institute will be a world leader in preparing professionals who provide leadership and exemplary educational and related services to improve the lives of individuals in a changing and complex global society. Affirming and building upon its heritage, St Peter Institute will become the recognized leader in transformative education of the whole person through engaged learning, community participation, and the development of ethical leaders.

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Little Collins St. Campus

The campuses will be the model of a diverse, civil, involved, and ethical community in which civic responsibility, intellectual activity, and cultural expression are taken seriously.

In St Peter Institute, we embrace a unique blend of values directed at achieving the highest standards of the society.

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Facilities and Equipment

Integrity All policies and procedures of the Institute represent fair, responsible, ethical practices and behaviors to ensure standards of excellence.

Innovation The Institute promotes creative actions that result in the expedient development of educational programs and workforce solutions for the communities we serve.

Growth The Institute continuously strives to expand accessibility to the institution by increasing enrolment and enhancing educational offerings, campus facilities and fiscal & human resources. 10

Accountability The Institute is accountable for strategies and actions that produce measurable outcomes. Datadriven decision making is a standard in the planning process, with special emphasis on strategies that result in enhanced effectiveness.

Location St Peter Institute campuses are located in the heart of Melbourne CBD (Central Business District). Easily accessible by public transport and is just a few minutes’ walk from Flinders Street Station. Buildings are situated close to main shopping centre, banks, doctors & dentists, food-courts, and libraries of Melbourne.


Computing Facilities Students will have internet access, MS Office - Word and Powerpoint for assignments and presentations in the class. Photocopier is available to the students for printing. Data projectors are used to enhance the quality of training.

Resources Resource centre access for the students to read books.

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Australia

Health Care Australia has a very good health care system. All Australians pay a Medicare levy (additional tax) to fund the public health system and ensure everyone gets access to doctors, hospitals and other health care services. People who pay extra into a private health insurance fund receive certain privileges when they use private health care services, as well as the usual services available in just about any Australian suburb or town. Most Australian institutions also provide special health care services and advice for students. International students studying in Australia are required to have Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) for the duration of their student visa.

Food Australia has a fantastic variety of food. Our top quality meat, fish, fruits and vegetables are exported to markets all around the globe. There is a large range of fruit and vegetables available at Australian produce markets. You should have no difficulty in finding the ‘FOOD’ that you are used to at home. You can sample almost every type of cuisine available throughout the world in restaurants. There are elegant restaurants or typical Aussie pubs. Ethnic restaurants offer cuisines from all around the world. Good food at reasonable prices can be found at bistros or cafes. And for those who like takeaway, most of the major global fast food chains are well represented. The adventurous can try some of our ‘bush tucker’

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Native animals

Entertainment The Campuses offer surroundings suitable for social, shopping and other outdoor activities. They are also centrally located for students to experience the sophistication of our cities and excitement of our entertainment facilities. There are plenty of opportunities for international students to have an enjoyable time with friends.


Restaurants

Sports

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Australia

Travel During term breaks, you may like to venture beyond the capital cities to experience more of Australia’s spectacular natural environment and great physical beauty - national parks, The Great Barrier Reef, Kakadu, Uluru and the Tasmanian Wilderness.

Australia Welcomes Overseas Students Overseas students are welcomed in Australia because they:

National Park - The Grampians

• Contribute to the development of people and institutions both in their home country and in Australia. • Contribute to Australia’s research capability. • Develop cultural, educational and economic links between Australians and people of other nations. Australia has a long history of involvement in international education development, staff and student exchange programs and scholarships.

Gold Coast

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Sports

Study Methods In Australia, much emphasis is placed upon private (individual) study along the lines of assignments, on research and learning to analyse data and present arguments about subject matter, and on being willing to defend one’s argument. All these involve heavy use of libraries, intensive note taking in lectures, and active participation in the learning process (as opposed to passive listening and rote learning). To be a successful student in Australia, you will need to adapt to these methods of learning, but most education institutions in Australia are very willing to help, as they offer counselling services and assistance to develop effective study skills. Many lecturers in Australia have vast experience teaching overseas students, they understand the difficulties in getting used to different study methods and they will be patient in helping you to develop new skills.

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Australia

Visitors from many parts of the world are attracted by Australia’s spectacular natural environment and the distinctive personality and friendliness of the Australian people. Australia is rich in arts and is keen to preserve and display its diverse cultural heritage. Australians are also environmentally conscious and keen to preserve the country’s natural beauty and scenery. Our ‘Clean up Australia’ campaign is being adopted worldwide.

Health Care Australia has a very good health care system. All Australians pay a Medicare levy (additional tax) to fund the public health system and ensure everyone gets access to doctors, hospitals and other health care services. People who pay extra into a private health insurance fund receive certain privileges when they use private health care services, as well as the usual services available in just about any Australian suburb or town. Most Australian institutions also provide special health care services and advice for students. International students studying in Australia are required to have Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) for the duration of their student visa.

Food Australia has a fantastic variety of food. Our top quality meat, fish, fruits and vegetables are exported to markets all around the globe. There is a large range of fruit and vegetables available at Australian produce markets. You should have no difficulty in finding the ‘FOOD’ that you are used to at home. You can sample almost every type of cuisine available throughout the world in restaurants. 16

There are elegant restaurants or typical Aussie pubs. Ethnic restaurants offer cuisines from all around the world. Good food at reasonable prices can be found at bistros or cafes. And for those who like takeaway, most of the major global fast food chains are well represented. The adventurous can try some of our ‘bush tucker’

Electricity The electrical current in Australia is 240/250 volts AC, 50 cycles. The Australian three pin plug is extremely safe. Adaptors are usually required for most foreign appliances. A transformer may be required if you bring an appliance from overseas that operates on a different voltage.


Transport With one of the highest standards of living in the world, Australia offers modern transport systems. Australia has an extensive public transport system that includes trains, buses, trams, ferries, two major national airlines and a number of regional airlines. Metropolitan areas are divided into zones and your ticket type and cost depends on which zone you are going to travel in and for how long. Tickets can be bought at train stations, on buses and trams and at news agencies. Tourist students may drive in Australia on a valid overseas drivers licence but if the document is not in the English language the visitor must carry a translation with the permit. An international driving licence is not sufficient by itself. Metered taxicabs operate in all major cities and towns. You will find taxi ranks at transport terminals, main hotels or shopping centres or you can hail taxis in the street. A light and sign on the roof indicates if a cab is vacant. There is a minimum charge on hiring and then a charge per kilometre travelled. Taxi drivers do not have to be tipped.

Telephones Australia has a modern telecommunications system with mobile and internet access generally available at low cost. Public telephones are available at all Post Offices, shopping centres and are often situated on street corners. Public pay phones accept a variety of coins and Phone cards. Phone cards are pre-paid for use in public pay phones and can be bought at a large number of retail outlets in denominations of $A5, $A10, $A20 and $A50. Credit phones take most major credit cards such as American Express, Visa, Master card and Diners. International and can be found at international and domestic airports, central city locations and hotels. Mobile phones are very popular and can be purchased from a number of retailers. 17


Melbourne

Melbourne is the capital of the State of Victoria. It is situated on the Yarra River, around Port Phillip Bay with its beautiful beaches and water sports facilities. It is a beautiful spacious city with all the parks, gardens, sporting venues and scenic places that Australian space and natural resources allow. Melbourne is a world-renowned cultural, artistic, financial and communication centre served by an international airport, passenger seaport and rail links to neighbouring States.

Great Ocean Road

Melbourne, ranked as the world’s ‘most liveable city’, enjoys clean fresh air and beautiful parks and gardens. Melbourne is considered to be the shopping capital of Australia and offers some of Australia’s biggest shopping complexes as well as sophisticated, exclusive boutiques and a host of lively and popular markets.

Melbourne Cup

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Wildlife

Nightlife

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Other Courses

St Peter’s Entry Requirements English Courses General English Entry requirements

BSB40215 Certificate IV in Business BSB60215 Advanced Diploma of Business BSB51915 Diploma of Leadership and Management BSB61015 Advanced Diploma of Leadership and Management BSB51415 Diploma of Project Management BSB52415 Diploma of Marketing and Communication BSB61315 Advanced Diploma of Marketing and Communication ICP31415 Certificate III in Print Communications ICP50115 Diploma of Printing and Graphic Arts FNS40615 Certificate IV in Accounting FNS50215 Diploma of Accounting FNS60215 Advanced Diploma of Accounting Entry requirements

Age Requirements SPI requires that all students must be 18 years of age or above at the commencement of course.

Age Requirements SPI requires that all students must be 18 years of age or above at the commencement of course.

Academic Requirements. To gain entry to this course, participants should have successfully completed Year 10 for the courses General English.

Academic Requirements. To gain entry to this course, participants should have successfully completed Year 12 in Australia or secondary education in the student’s home country equivalent to an Australian Year 12 qualification.

Entry to the course is determined by. • An assessment of a student’s skills using the Listening and Speaking and Reading and Writing competencies within the Framework to guide placement / initial assessment processes in order to place learners in the level appropriate to their proficiency in English language. • Determination of learning and pathway needs.

General Requirements for All Courses

English Language Requirements All students entering this qualification must have the following minimum score of an internationally recognized English. Language proficiency tests or equivalent in line with Department of Home Affairs regulations: • IELTS overall band of 5.5. • TOEFL IBT test score band of 46 equivalent. • PTE Academic band score 42 equivalent. • Cambridge English Advanced (CAE) test score band of 47 equivalent. • OET score band Pass equivalent. • If there are doubts about the student’s English language skills to cope in an academic environment and he/she cannot provide a satisfactory IELTS score or equivalent, the student is advised to undertake an English (ELICOS) course at an approved provider for an appropriate.

RPL/Credit Transfer Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is not available for this qualification. Student’s English proficiency is pre-assessed and students are placed at the appropriate level. Students who have successfully completed whole units of competency within the training package with another institution in Australia can apply for a credit transfer (CT).

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General English General English is an ideal way to learn to use English effectively in an everyday environment. St Peter Institute offers 4 levels of General English with all levels carefully designed to cover the macro-skills of speaking, listening, reading and writing as well as grammar and pronunciation practice. Students find they progress in a fast and enjoyable manner. Lessons are of the highest quality which makes them both interesting and productive. FEES Registration Fee: AUD $200 (non-refundable) Material Fee: AUD $100 Tuition Fee (per week): AUD $300 CRICOS PROGRAM CODES: 092186A • For course packages or re-enrolment, the registration fee is payable only once. • These fees are indicative and are subject to change at the time of enrolment.

LOCATION Melbourne DURATION 2 - 56 Weeks

Levels Elementary Pre-Intermediate Intermediate

Pre-requisite Requirements

Upper Intermediate

There are no pre-requisite requirements for individual units of competency.

Career Opportunities This course provides students with the opportunity to master the language skills for working and living in Australia. Students get the opportunity to learn English in Melbourne at an English language school with a reputation for practical activities, applied learning and outstanding results.

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BSB40215

Certificate IV in Business This qualification reflects the role of individuals who use well-developed skills and a broad knowledge base in a wide variety of contexts. They apply solutions to a defined range of unpredictable problems, and analyse and evaluate information from a variety of sources. They may provide leadership and guidance to others with some limited responsibility for the output of others.

Unit Code/Unit Name BSBWHS401 Implement and monitor WHS policies, procedures and programs to meet legislative requirements.

BSBADM405 Organise meetings.

FEES Registration Fee: (non-refundable) Material Fee: Tuition Fee:

AUD $200 AUD $500 AUD $3,290

CRICOS PROGRAM CODES: 08697ID • For course packages or re-enrolment, the registration fee is payable only once. • These fees are indicative and are subject to change at the time of enrolment.

Career Opportunities Examples of indicative job roles for candidates seeking entry based upon their vocational experience include: Accounts Clerk, Customer Service Advisor, Clerk, E-business Practitioner, Legal Receptionist, Medical Receptionist, Office Administration Assistant, Student Services Office, Word Processing Operator.

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LOCATION Melbourne DURATION 26 Weeks (20 weeks classroom delivery + 6 weeks of holidays) Pathways Information BSB30115 Certificate III in Business or other relevant qualification/s.

Pre-requisite Requirements: Nil

BSBCMM401 Make presentation.

BSBMKG414 Undertake marketing activities.

BSBRES401 Analyse and present research information.

BSBWOR404 Develop Work Priorities.

BSBLED401 Develop teams and individuals.

BSBREL401 Establish networks.

BSBCUS403 Implement customer service standards.

BSBCUS401 Coordinate implementation of CS strategies.


BSB60215

Advanced Diploma of Business This qualification reflects the role of individuals with significant expertise in either specialised or broad areas of skills and knowledge who are seeking to further develop expertise across a range of business functions. The qualification is suited to the needs of individuals who possess significant theoretical business skills and knowledge that they would like to develop in order to create further educational or employment opportunities.

Unit Code/Unit Name BSBINM601 Manage knowledge and information.

BSBMKG607 Manage market research.

BSBMKG609 Develop a marketing plan.

FEES Registration Fee: (non-refundable) Material Fee: Tuition Fee:

AUD $200 AUD $1,000 AUD $8,800

LOCATION Melbourne DURATION 52 Weeks (44 weeks classroom delivery + 8 weeks of holidays)

BSBMKG608 Develop organizational marketing objectives.

BSBADV602 Develop an advertising campaign.

BSBHRM602 Manage human resources strategic planning.

CRICOS PROGRAM CODES: 087518F

Career Opportunities Job roles and titles vary across different industry sectors. Possible job titles relevant to this qualification include: Senior administrator, Senior executive.

Pathways Information Candidates may enter the qualification through a number of entry points demonstrating potential to undertake vocational education and training at advanced diploma level, including: BSB50215 Diploma of Business or other relevant qualification or with substantial vocational experience in a range of environments, acting in a range of senior support or technical roles.

BSBWHS501 Ensure safe workplace.

BSBWOR501 Manage personal work priorities and professional development.

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BSB51915

Diploma of Leadership and Management This qualification reflects the role of individuals who are engaged to manage the work of others or to add value to or review management practices. Typically people in these roles will have considerable experience in their respective industries or vocational areas and combine an informed perspective of specific work requirements with their managerial approaches.

Unit Code/Unit Name BSBMGT516 Facilitate continuous improvements.

BSBWHS501 Ensure a safe workplace.

BSBMGT517 Manage operational plan.

FEES Registration Fee: (non-refundable) Material Fee: Tuition Fee:

AUD $200 AUD $1,000 AUD $10,000

LOCATION Melbourne DURATION 52 Weeks (37 weeks classroom delivery + 15 weeks of holidays)

BSBADM502 Manage meetings.

BSBPMG522 Undertake project work.

BSBWOR501 Manage personal work priorities and professional development.

CRICOS PROGRAM CODES: 089955B

Career Opportunities Diploma of Leadership and Management qualification reflects the role of individuals who are engaged to manage the work of others or to add value to or review management practices. Job roles and titles vary across different industry sectors. A possible job title relevant to this qualification is: Team Leader, Branch Manager, Operation Supervisor.

Pathways Information Candidates may enter the qualification through a number of entry points including BSB40812 Certificate IV in Frontline Management or other relevant qualification/s OR with substantial vocational experience, in management but without a formal qualification. This breadth of expertise would equate to the competencies required to undertake this qualification. After achieving this qualification candidates may choose to undertake BSB61015 Advanced Diploma of Leadership and Management or other Advanced Diploma level qualifications.

Pre-requisite Requirements: Nil

BSBLDR502 Lead and manage effective workplace relationships.

BSBLDR501 Develop and use emotional intelligence.

BSBHRM405 Support the recruitment, selection and induction of staff.

BSBWOR502 Lead and manage team effectiveness.

BSBCUS501 Manage quality customer service.

BSBMGT502 Manage people performance.

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BSB61015

Advanced Diploma of Leadership and Management This qualification reflects the role of individuals who have senior or managerial responsibilities. They may oversee the work of others or have specialised roles where they do not supervise others but provide strategic leadership.

Unit Code/Unit Name BSBINN601 Lead and manage organisational change.

BSBMGT605 Provide Leadership Across the organisation.

FEES Registration Fee: (non-refundable) Material Fee: Tuition Fee:

AUD $200 AUD $1,000 AUD $10,000

CRICOS PROGRAM CODES: 089956A

Career Opportunities BSB61015 Advanced Diploma of Leadership and Management qualification reflects the role of individuals who have senior or managerial responsibilities. They may oversee the work of others or have specialised roles where they do not supervise others but provide strategic leadership. Individuals with this qualification are able to perform roles such as: Area Manager, Department Manager.

LOCATION Melbourne DURATION 52 Weeks (40 weeks classroom delivery + 12 weeks of holidays) Pathways Information Candidates may enter the qualification through a number of entry points including BSB51915 Diploma of Leadership and Management or other relevant qualification/s OR with substantial vocational experience, in management but without a formal qualification. After achieving this qualification candidates may choose to undertake studies at higher education level.

BSBMGT616 Develop and Implement Strategic Plans.

BSBMGT615 Contribute to organisation development.

BSBDIV601 Develop and implement diversity policy.

BSBMGT608 Manage innovation and continuous improvement

BSBSUS501 Develop workplace policy and procedures for sustainability.

PSPGEN067 Establish and maintain strategic networks.

BSBFIM601 Manage Finance.

BSBMGT617 Develop and implement a business plan.

BSBHRM604 Manage Employee Relations.

BSBRSK501 Manage Risk.

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BSB51415

Diploma of Project Management This qualification reflects the role of individuals who apply project management skills and knowledge. They may manage projects in a variety of contexts, across a number of industry sectors. They have project leadership and management roles and are responsible for achieving project objectives. They possess a sound theoretical knowledge base and use a range of specialised, technical and managerial competencies to initiate, plan, execute and evaluate their own work and/or the work of others. FEES Registration Fee: (non-refundable) Material Fee: Tuition Fee: Total:

AUD $200 AUD $1,000 AUD $9,000 AUD $10,200

CRICOS PROGRAM CODES: 095345M

Entry requirements International Students • 18 years or over • Basic computer skills • Meet all Student Visa requirements, including: - Year 11 - 12 academic education (or equivalent) - IELTS 5.5 or English proficiency (or equivalent)

Pathways Information After achieving this qualification candidates may undertake other qualifications at Advanced Diploma level or above in project management.

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LOCATION Melbourne DURATION 56 Weeks (52 weeks classroom delivery + 4 weeks of holidays)

Unit Code/Unit Name BSBPMG511 Manage project scope

BSBPMG512 Manage project time

BSBWOR501 Manage personal work priorities and professional development

BSBPMG515 Manage project human resources

BSBWOR502 Ensure team effectiveness

Possible job titles relevant to this qualification include: • Project manager (generic) • Project manager (industry specific) • Project leader • Project team leader • Project contract manager • Project vendor manager.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) If you think you may be eligible to apply for RPL, please contact the College to discuss.

BSBPMG514 Manage project cost

BSBPMG513 Manage project quality

BSBMGT516 Facilitate continuous improvement

BSBPMG516 Manage project information and communication

BSBPMG517 Manage project risk

BSBPMG518 Manage project procurement

BSBPMG521 Manage project integration


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BSB52415

Diploma of Marketing and Communication This qualification reflects the role of individuals working in a variety of marketing roles across different industry sectors who possess a sound theoretical knowledge base and demonstrate a range of managerial skills. Typically they would have responsibility for the work of other staff and lead teams in conducting marketing campaigns.

Unit Code/Unit Name BSBMKG506 Plan market research

BSBMKG501 Identify and evaluate marketing opportunities

FEES Registration Fee: (non-refundable) Material Fee: Tuition Fee: Total:

AUD $200 AUD $1,000 AUD $9,000 AUD $10,200

CRICOS PROGRAM CODES: 095344A

Entry requirements International Students • 18 years or over • Basic computer skills • Meet all Student Visa requirements, including: - Year 11 - 12 academic education (or equivalent) - IELTS 5.5 or English proficiency (or equivalent)

Pathways Information After achieving this qualification, candidates may undertake the Advanced Diploma of Marketing or other Advanced Diploma qualifications. Possible job titles relevant to this qualification include:

LOCATION Melbourne DURATION 56 Weeks (52 weeks classroom delivery + 4 weeks of holidays)

BSBMKG523 Design and develop an integrated marketing communication plan

BSBMKG508 Plan direct marketing activities

BSBMKG409 • • • •

Marketing manager Marketing team leader Product manager Public relations manager

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) If you think you may be eligible to apply for RPL, please contact the College to discuss.

Design direct response offers

BSBMKG514 Implement and monitor marketing activities

BSBMKG507 Interpret market trends and developments

BSBMKG502 Establish and adjust the marketing mix

BSBMKG609 Develop a marketing plan

BSBLDR502 Lead and manage effective workplace relationships

BSBPMG522 Undertake project work

BSBFIM501 Manage budgets and financial plan

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BSB61315

Advanced Diploma of Marketing and Communication This qualification reflects the role of individuals working as marketing directors, marketing strategists and national, regional or global marketing managers. Individuals in these positions provide leadership and strategic direction in the marketing activities of an organisation. They analyse, design and execute judgements using wide-ranging technical, creative, conceptual and managerial competencies. Their knowledge base may be highly specialised or broad within the marketing field. These individuals are often accountable for group outcomes and for the overall performance of the marketing function of an organisation. FEES Registration Fee: (non-refundable) Material Fee: Tuition Fee: Total:

AUD $200 AUD $1,500 AUD $12,000 AUD $13,700

CRICOS PROGRAM CODES: 095343B

Entry requirements International Students • 18 years or over • Basic computer skills • Meet all Student Visa requirements, including: - Year 11 - 12 academic education (or equivalent) - IELTS 5.5 or English proficiency (or equivalent)

LOCATION Melbourne DURATION 90 Weeks (78 weeks classroom delivery + 12 weeks of holidays)

Unit Code/Unit Name BSBMGT616 Develop and implement strategic plans

BSBMKG609 Develop a marketing plan

BSBADV602 Develop an advertising campaign

BSBFIM601 Manage finances

BSBMKG603 Manage the marketing process

BSBMKG607 Manage market research

programs. Possible job titles relevant to this qualification include: • Marketing director • Marketing strategist • National, regional or global marketing manager

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) If you think you may be eligible to apply for RPL, please contact the College to discuss.

BSBMGT617 Develop and implement a business plan

BSBMKG608 Develop organisational marketing objectives

BSBINN601 Lead and manage organisational change

BSBMGT608 Manage innovation and continuous improvement

BSBIPR601 Pathways Information After achieving this qualification, candidates may seek to undertake higher education

Develop and implement strategies for intellectual property management

BSBRSK501 Manage risk

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ICP31415

Certificate III in Print Communications This qualification applies to individuals working as a pre-press tradesperson in the printing and graphic arts industry. Typically they design and prepare layouts and artwork, manipulate images and text to meet production and design requirements and apply solutions to a defined range of problems associated with, and characteristic to, the print medium. They may also provide some leadership and guidance to others with some limited responsibility for the output of others. FEES Registration Fee: (non-refundable) Material Fee: Tuition Fee: Total:

AUD $200 AUD $1,000 AUD $9,000 AUD $10,200

CRICOS PROGRAM CODES: 096407E

Entry requirements International Students • 18 years or over • Basic computer skills • Meet all Student Visa requirements, including: - Year 12 academic education (or equivalent) - IELTS 5.5 or English proficiency (or equivalent)

Pathways Information After individuals ICP31415 Certificate III in Print Communications could progress to ICP40115 Certificate IV in Printing and Graphic Arts. Possible job titles relevant to this qualification include: • Pre-press operator • Pre-press technician

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LOCATION Melbourne DURATION 56 Weeks (52 weeks classroom delivery + 4 weeks of holidays) Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) If you think you may be eligible to apply for RPL, please contact the Institute to discuss.

Unit Code/Unit Name BSBSUS201 Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices ICPSUP216 Inspect quality against required standards ICPSUP260 Maintain a safe work environment ICPSUP262 Communicate in the workplace ICPKNW322 Develop knowledge of the printing and graphic arts industry ICPDMT263 Access and use the internet

ICPPRP211 Develop a basic design concept ICPPRP221 Select and apply type ICPPRP224 Produce pages using a page layout application ICPPRP225 Produce graphics using a graphics application ICPPRP252 Output images ICPPRP321 Produce a typographic image ICPPRP322 Digitise images for reproduction ICPPRP324 Create pages using a page layout application ICPPRP334 Prepare an imposition format for printing processes ICPPRP386 Undertake digital proofing ICPDMT321 Capture a digital image ICPDMT322 Edit a digital image ICPPRP325 Create graphics using a graphics application ICPPRP396 Generate high-end PDF files ICPPRP284 Produce PDF files for online or screen display


ICP50115

Diploma of Printing and Graphic Arts This qualification applies to individuals who possess a sound theoretical knowledge base and use a range of specialised, technical or managerial competencies to plan, design, carry out and evaluate the work of self and/or team in the multimedia sector of the printing and graphic arts industry. They design and author multimedia information, create electronic documents, manipulate databases and information systems. FEES Registration Fee: (non-refundable) Material Fee: Tuition Fee: Total:

AUD $200 AUD $1,000 AUD $9,000 AUD $10,200

CRICOS PROGRAM CODES: 096408D

Entry requirements International Students • 18 years or over • Basic computer skills • Meet all Student Visa requirements, including: - Year 12 academic education (or equivalent) - IELTS 5.5 or English proficiency (or equivalent)

Pathways Information After achieving ICP50115 Diploma of Printing and Graphic Arts, individuals could progress to an undergraduate course in a university. Possible job titles relevant to this qualification include: • Multimedia developer • Multimedia graphic designer

LOCATION Melbourne DURATION 56 Weeks (52 weeks classroom delivery + 4 weeks of holidays)

ICPDMT582 Manage multimedia projects ICPKNW320 Develop knowledge of printing and graphic arts industry ICPPRP284 Produce PDF files for online or screen display ICPPRP322 Digitise images for reproduction ICPPRP334 Prepare an imposition format for printing processes ICPPRP385 Operate a database for digital printing

• Website designer

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) If you think you may be eligible to apply for RPL, please contact the Institute to discuss.

ICPPRP396 Generate high- end PDF files ICPPRP397 Transfer digital files ICPPRP430 Manage colour

Unit Code/Unit Name BSBSUS501 Develop workplace policy and procedures for sustainability ICPSUP216 Inspect quality against required standards ICPSUP260 Maintain a safe work environment ICPSUP262 Communicate in the workplace ICPDMT581 Manage multimedia production

ICPPRP435 Generate complex imposition ICPPRN384 Set up and produce basic digital print ICPPRN484 Prepare for variable data printing BSBSM402 Plan small business finances BSBSMB404 Undertake small business planning ICPSUP553 Prepare production costing estimates

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FNS40615

Certificate IV in Accounting This qualification reflects accounting job roles in financial services and other industries requiring accounting support functions. Individuals in these roles apply theoretical and specialist knowledge and skills to work autonomously and exercise judgment in completing routine and nonroutine activities.

Unit Code/Unit Name BSBWRT301 Write Simple documents.

FNSACC303 Perform financial calculations.

FNSACC406 FEES Registration Fee: (non-refundable) Material Fee: Tuition Fee:

AUD $200 AUD $1,000 AUD $8,800

LOCATION Melbourne DURATION 52 weeks (44 weeks classroom delivery + 16 weeks of holidays)

Set Up and operate a computerised accounting system.

BSBITU306 Design and produce business documents.

FNSBKG405 Establish and maintain a payroll system.

BSBFIA401 CRICOS PROGRAM CODES: 088413G

Career Opportunities On the basis of their previous experience the following employment job roles may be available to learners who complete Certificate IV in accounting successfully: ledger account administrator, Bookkeeping clerk, BAS agent, Accountant, Payroll officer.

Pathways Information Pathways into the qualification Candidates may enter the qualification through a number of entry points demonstrating potential to undertake vocational education and training at Certificate IV level, including FNS30315 Certificate III in Accounts administration.

Prepare financial reports.

FNSINC401 Apply Principles of professional practice to work in the financial services industry. FNSBKG404 Carry out business activity and instalment activity statement tasks.

FNSACC302 Administer subsidiary accounts and ledgers.

FNSACC402 Prepare operational budgets.

FNSACC404 Prepare Financial statements for non – reporting entities.

FNSACC301 Process financial transactions and extract interim reports.

BSBWHS201 Contribute to the health and safety of self and others.

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FNS50215

Diploma of Accounting On the basis of their previous experience the following employment job roles may be available to learners who complete Diploma in Accounting successfully: Finance and Accounts manager, Accounts Clerk, Account receivable and Payable Manager. Any professional accounting job roles in the financial services and other industry.

Unit Code/Unit Name FNSACC501 Provide financial and business performance information

FNSACC502 Prepare tax documentation for individuals

FEES Registration Fee: (non-refundable) Material Fee: Tuition Fee:

AUD $200 AUD $1,000 AUD $8,800

CRICOS PROGRAM CODES: 088414F

Career Opportunities Successful completion of this qualification may lead to various job opportunities. The possible job titles relevant to this qualificationinclude senior administrator and senior executive.

LOCATION Melbourne DURATION 52 Weeks (44 weeks classroom delivery + 16 weeks of holidays) Pathways Information Pathways into the qualification Candidates may enter the qualification through a number of entry points demonstrating potential to undertake vocational education and training at diploma level, including: • FNS40615 Certificate IV in Accounting or other relevant qualification. • Certificate IV in Book-keeping. • With substantial vocational experience in a range of environments, acting in a range of senior support or technical roles.

FNSACC503 Manage budgets and forecasts

BSBFIA401 Prepare financial reports

FNSACC301 Process financial transactions and extract interim reports

FNSACC504 Prepare financial reports for corporate entities

FNSACC506 Implement and maintain internal control procedures

FNSACC507 Provide management accounting information

FNSACC601 Prepare and administer tax documentation for legal entities

FNSACC403 Make decisions in a legal context

BSBLDR402 Lead effective workplace relationships

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FNS60215

Advanced Diploma of Accounting This qualification is designed to reflect the role of individuals working in accounting and seeking professional identification. At this level individuals are expected to apply theoretical and technical skills in a range of situations and to display initiative and judgment in planning activities. They have autonomy in performing complex operations and can be responsible for planning, coordinating and evaluating the work of others within broad but generally welldefined parameters.

Unit Code/Unit Name FNSACC507 Provide management accounting information

FNSACC405 Maintain Inventory Records

FNSACC612 Implement reconstruction Plan

FNSACC403 Make decisions in a legal context

FEES Registration Fee: (non-refundable) Material Fee: Tuition Fee:

AUD $200 AUD $1,000 AUD $8,800

CRICOS PROGRAM CODES: 088415E

Career Opportunities On the basis of their previous experience the following employment job roles may be available to learners who complete Diploma in accounting successfully: • Finance and Accounts manager. • Accounts Clerk. • Accounts receivable and payable manager. Any professional accounting job roles in financial services and other industries.

LOCATION Melbourne DURATION 52 Weeks (44 weeks classroom delivery + 8 weeks of holidays) Pathways Information Preferred pathways for candidates entering this qualification include: • FNS50215 Diploma of Accounting or other relevant qualification.

FNSORG602 Develop and Manage Financial systems

FNSRSK602 Determine and manage risk exposure strategies

FNSINC601 Apply economic principles to work in the financial services

FNSACC604 Monitor corporate governance activities

FNSACC503 Manage budgets and forecasts

FNSINC602 Interpret and use financial statistics and tools

BSBFIA401 Prepare financial reports

BSBITU306 Design and produce business documents

FNSACC502 Prepare tax documentation for individuals

FNSACC601 Prepare and administer tax documentation for legal entities

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How to Apply YOUR APPLICATION • Read through the St Peter Institute Course Guide and pre-enrolment information at www.spi.vic.edu.au • Choose your course. • Download the St Peter Institute Application Form from www.spi.vic.edu.au. Complete, sign and date the conditions of enrolment. • Attach certied copies of supportive documents required in English. • Forward all documents to St Peter Institute directly info@spi.vic.edu.au or to your local education agent.

APPLICATION ASSESMENT • Upon receiving your application, St Peter Institute will assess the application according to the admissions policies. Student may be required to attend the Genuine Temporary Entrants (GTE) interview at this stage.

OFFER LETTER • You will be provided with a written Offer Letter and Student Acceptance Agreement if your application is successful and this will generally take 1 to 3 working days for St Peter Institute programs.

ACCEPTING OFFER • To accept thA offer, sign the Student Acceptance Agreement. • Send the above documents to St Peter Institute or your local education agent.

MAKING PAYMENT Make payment amount according to student acceptance agreement. Please include your student ID, full name and date of birth as a reference for payment. Fee Payment Methods:

ONLINE PAYMENTS*

TELEGRAPHIC TRANSFER

DIRECT DEPOSIT

VISIT OUR ACCOUNTS OFFICE

Account Name: Angel United Group Pty. Ltd. Bank: Commonwealth Bank Australia BSB No.: 063 012 Account number: 1043 4658 SWIFT Code: CTBAAU2S

*MasterCard and Visa are accepted. Visit www.spi.vic.edu.au It is important to provide the deposit evidence and atudent enrolment details to the St Peter Institute Office for identification purposes.

ELECTRONIC CONFIRMATION OF ENROLMENT Electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCOE) will be issued upon receipt of complete Student Acceptance Agreement and relevant tiution fee payment.

VISA APPLICATION • Include the eCoE(s) with your visa application. • Please consult your local education agent about visa application matters or visit the Department of Home Affairs (DHA) website for more details on visa application to Australia: www.homeaffairs.gov.au

ARRIVING IN MELBOURNE • Attend orientation (Bring your eCoE, offer letter or evidence of payment, passport and copy of your visa to the orientation). For orientation date visit www.spi.vic.edu.au

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Contact Details BOURKE STREET CAMPUS ADDRESS: Level 2, Leviathan Building, 271 – 281 Bourke Street - Australia, Melbourne (VIC) - 3000 Email: info@spi.vic.edu.au Website: www.spi.vic.edu.au Phone: +61 3 9077 8276 +61 3 9654 5860

LITTLE COLLINS STREET CAMPUS ADDRESS: Level 4 4.16 – 4.17, 343 Little Collins - Australia, Melbourne (VIC) - 3000 24/7 Emergency Contact Number: 0422 255 201 St Peter Institute Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday Time: 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM Office Hours: Monday to Friday Time: 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM Send all applications and supporting documentation to the above address. The CEO, Director, Training & Admin. Manager, Training Staff and Administrative Staff of the Institute are available to provide general advice and assistance with matters such as studying, accommodation, English language problems and counselling. Students requiring special or intensive assistance must contact the Training Manager or the Student Support Officer who may refer them to external support services if required. The Institute will not charge for support services it provides or for referring students to external support services. Students will have to pay fees charged by external support services that they use.

Student Support Officers Miss Priscilla Lok Senior Student Support Officer P: +61 3 9077 8276 E: sso@spi.vic.edu.au Mr. Toby Huang Student Support Officer - Accounts P: - +61 3 9077 8276 E: toby@spi.vic.edu.au

Management & Administration Mr. Rajan Chopra Chief Executive Officer P: - +61 3 9077 8276 E: rajan@spi.vic.edu.au Mr. Eshwar Lakavathu Director P: - +61 3 9077 8276 E: eshwar@spi.vic.edu.au

Mrs. Aanal Shah Administration Officer P: +61 3 9077 8276 E: admin@spi.vic.edu.au

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