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Carrick Institute of Education Pty Ltd trading as Carrick Institute of Education and Carrick English Language ABN 90 129 017 385 VIC CRICOS 03008A NSW CRICOS 02920K SA CRICOS 03067A QLD CRICOS 03062F Carrick Higher Education Pty Ltd ABN 31 120 525 895 VIC CRICOS 02879F NSW CRICOS 02984E SA CRICOS 03032A QLD CRICOS 03085K

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CONTENT

3. Welcome

60. Non Award Programs

71. Jobs and Careers

4. 10 Reasons to Study at Carrick

61. Higher Education

73. Accommodation

67. Student Support Services

75. Campus Information

68. Academic Pathways

75. Terms and conditions

5. English Language 17. Vocational Education

69. Carrick Education Group


Welcome

to Carrick

Welcome to Carrick where your learning and lifelong ambitions are our main focus. Carrick started as a private institution in 1987 to provide personalised education to people from all walks of life and from all corners of the globe. Throughout our 24 year history we have grown and diversified to offer a broad range of courses and services to cater to students’ changing career goals. We offer courses in English language, accounting, business, marketing, management, hospitality, commercial cookery, patisserie, tourism, events, hairdressing, beauty, children’s services, community services work and dental technology. We ensure that our courses are industry relevant, innovative and career focused. Carrick continues to be a leader in private education. We pride ourselves on our quality industry-based training. Our students are trained by industry leaders and graduate as confident professionals in their chosen field of work. Over the lifetime of Carrick we have developed numerous industry partnerships that enable us to provide a combination of practical and theory based learning, sought after by employers in Australia and around the world. Carrick has campuses across four states including Victoria, New South Wales, South Australia and Queensland. You now have more choice in where you study – from the café culture of Melbourne, to the sun and surf of Adelaide and Sydney, or the tropical climate of Brisbane. All of our campuses are in the heart of the city so you can explore these wonderful locations while you study. I trust you will have a great experience while studying at Carrick, whatever your chosen dream or goal in life is and I wish you every success.

Catherine Carrick Founder

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10 Reasons to study at carrick 1. A  ll programs are designed in conjunction with industry

6. We have over 24 years’ experience in education

9. Access to Carrick Jobs and Careers

 Carrick has had a long history in

 t Carrick our vocational and degree A programs are designed in consultation with industry. Graduates gain skills specific to their industry, increasing their future employment opportunities.

providing educational opportunities to over 30,000 students from around the world. We aim to continue this history by providing quality education across programs in English Language, Vocational Education and Training, and Higher Education.

2. Multiple intakes each year

 arrick offers students the option of C weekly intakes throughout the year for English language programs, five or more intakes throughout the year for vocational programs and three intakes per year for degree programs (March, July and November). This provides you with more flexibility to commence your studies. Some institutions will make you wait for over half a year to start a course, but Carrick’s multiple intakes allow you to begin studying sooner.

7. English, Vocational and Higher Education pathways  Carrick is a significant education provider in Australia and has a number of pathway options available for English Language, Vocational and Higher Education students through Carrick as well as other university partners. Students who do not meet the direct entry requirements into degree programs at Carrick or one of our university partners can start by studying an English , Foundation or Vocational course at Carrick. There are a number of pathways from our Vocational programs that allow students to progress onto Bachelor programs with credit - meaning you can complete your degree even faster.

3. Outstanding facilities  Carrick’s training facilities are second to none and include state of the art hairdressing and beauty salons, dental laboratories, commercial kitchens, classrooms and lecture theatres equipped with the latest technology for enhanced course delivery.

4. Practical approach to learning

 arrick understands that employers C value students with practical experience. That is why Carrick’s vocational programs have been designed to give you practical, hands-on training that will ensure you are fully equipped to enter the workforce upon completion of your course.

5. Fast-track your studies

Instead of taking years to complete a traditional apprenticeship Carrick’s vocational students are able to complete a trade qualification in approximately one year.

Carrick’s degree programs are delivered over three trimesters instead of two semesters each year (like most universities) allowing you to finish your bachelor degree in just 2 years! The course that you study is a high quality course with slightly less holidays in between trimesters - this is because we know you want to complete your studies quickly.

 ll Carrick students have access to A Carrick Jobs and Careers (CJC). CJC is a free service that provides students with relevant job placement assistance with some of Australia’s most well known companies either whilst they are studying or upon completion of their course. Other services offered include seminars on résumé writing and interview techniques.

10. We have some of the industry’s best lecturers, trainers and teachers

 hen studying at Carrick you can be W assured that you are being taught by some of the best lecturers, trainers and teachers in the industry. Our higher education and vocational teaching staff are highly qualified and also have strong industry experience. This means they do not teach from a book, but they teach you based on real life experiences. Carrick English Language students can be reassured that they are receiving tuition from friendly, highly experienced, caring and qualified English Language teachers.

8. All our qualifications are highly recognised

 arrick maintains accreditation C and industry recognition from many bodies within the English Language, Vocational and Higher Education sectors and industry including:

• Australian Skills Quality Authority New National Vet Regulator (ASQA) • Victorian Registration and Qualifications Authority (VRQA) • Department of Education, Training and the Arts (DETA) • Department of Further Education, Employment, Science and Technology (DFEEST) • Vocational Education and Training Accreditation Board (VETAB) • Galileo Computer Reservations System • Australian Council for Private Education and Training (ACPET) • Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR) • English Australia • National ELT Accreditation Scheme (NEAS) Australia

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See the possibilities...

English Language PROGRAMS

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Choosing a language school can be a difficult process. That’s why at Carrick English Language (CEL) we will make you feel welcome and we promise to do our best to provide you with a truly positive learning experience! We can offer you four beautiful cities with stateof-the-art buildings and infrastructure, and the most up-to-date services.

Our great team of teachers will help you to achieve your goals. We can offer you a variety of courses from General English and IELTS Preparation through to Academic courses. For those of you with more complex lifestyle, depending on availability you can choose between classes in the morning, afternoon or evening.

Just think: You can join an English lesson where you will be taught using the exciting communicative method and you will make new friends in class (many of whom are from countries you have only dreamed of). In their feedback, many of the students who have finished our CEL courses write “we had fun while we learnt English – my teacher is great”. Come on – you can have the same.

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General English (GE) CRICOS Course Codes: SA067566G, QLD 067599K, VIC 067458A, NSW 062955B

The General English (GE) syllabus is an ideal way to develop your speaking, listening, reading and writing skills for everyday use. More specifically, you will acquire the language skills needed to feel confident in a wide range of social and professional situations. General English starts every Monday and is suitable for students at every English level. Start date

Every Monday

Duration

1 to 48 weeks (CRICOS 50 weeks).

20 contact hours and 5 hours of optional elective study per week

Enrolment Fee

AUD$200

Tuition Fees

AUD$250 per week

Average class size

14 students

Books and materials

Less than AUD$100 per level

Locations

Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney

Timetable

Morning Option 8:00am – 12:15noon Afternoon Option 12:30pm – 4:45pm Evening Option 5:00pm – 9:15pm * Note: times and options may vary depending on campus and course.

English Comparison Table English language is a gateway to a world of opportunities. English language skills can help students gain qualifications, find success in their career and meet people from around the world.

Table of Levels Level

ISLPR

IELTS SCORE

TOEIC

TOEFL

TOEFL (CBT)

Beginner

0

0

0

0

0

Elementary

ISLPR 1-/1

N/A

50 – 300

0 – 300

0 – 40

Pre-Intermediate

ISLPR 1/1+

IELTS 2.0 – 4.0

300 – 500

300 – 425

40 – 113

Intermediate

ISLPR 2

IELTS 4.5 – 5.0

500 – 600

425 – 475

113 – 150

Upper Intermediate

ISLPR 2+/3

IELTS 5.0 – 6.0

600 – 700

475 – 525

150 – 195

Advanced

ISLPR 3+

IELTS 6.0 – 8.0

700 – 800+

525 – 575+

195 – 233+

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Course

Assessment

General English students are encouraged to develop their basic knowledge of the English language and the skills needed to use English in a global environment. Carrick teachers use examination and practical communication activities to prepare students to use the English language in real world situations.

Carrick’s students speak directly to their teachers, who develop a plan to improve their level of English. Our qualified teachers regularly assess each student’s English language skills to ensure they are on track to achieving their goals. Students take regular assessment in the skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking.

Carrick’s General English program offers six levels of English from Beginner to Advanced. Generally, all General English courses are 12 weeks in duration with each level specifically designed to take students one step closer to their goal of being fluent in English. Each student’s individual English level is assessed when they enrol, ensuring they are placed at the correct level. Carrick offers its General English students a range of classes and activities so they can tailor a course to their needs and learning style. General English students also have the option to study an elective of their choice. Electives may include grammar, study skills, Australian idioms and slang, multimedia, pronunciation and more.

Materials Teachers in Carrick’s General English Program use resources that are both informative and engaging. All materials are up-to-date, relevant and include real-life listening and reading, communication activities, DVDs and multimedia.

Levels Beginner, Elementary, Pre-Intermediate, Intermediate, Upper Intermediate and Advanced.

Entry requirements No minimum English language or academic requirements for this course. Students are required to be at least 16 years of age to commence study in this course.

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English for academic purposes (eap) CRICOS Course Codes: SA 067568F, QLD 067595C, VIC 067455D, NSW 062957M

The English for Academic Purposes (EAP) course prepares students with the English language skills they need to excel in the Australian academic environment. Students will gain the confidence and skills in applying the English language to their higher education studies. Start date Duration

10/01/2011, 09/05/2011, 18/07/2011, 10/10/2011, 7/11/2011 10 or 20 weeks (CRICOS 24 weeks). 20 contact hours and 5 hours of optional elective study per week

Enrolment Fee

AUD$200

Tuition Fees

AUD$320 per week

Average class size

14 students

Books and materials

Approximately AUD$100

Locations

Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney

Timetable

Morning Option 8:00am – 12:15noon Afternoon Option 12:30pm – 4:45pm Evening Option 5:00pm – 9:15pm * Note: the timetable options listed are only available if a class is operating at the relevant time and level

Course

Assessment

Carrick’s EAP program is specifically designed to give students the English language skills they need to be successful in an academic environment. Experienced teachers assist students in gaining a thorough understanding and knowledge of the academic culture, expectations and assessment methods of western educational institutions.

Carrick’s EAP assessment tasks prepare students for the assessment requirements of their future course of study. Students have ongoing academic assessments to prepare them for their vocational or university studies, including academic essay writing, research projects, presentations and examinations.

Carrick’s EAP Program has two distinct levels: EAP 1, which prepares students for vocational courses of study and EAP 2, which prepares students for university courses. Each course runs for 10 weeks. Students who successfully complete Carrick’s EAP courses are equipped with the skills required to gain entry into many of Australia’s leading universities.

Entry Requirements Entry to EAP 1 requires an IELTS level of 5.0 or equivalent. EAP 2 requires an IELTS level of 5.5 or equivalent or the successful completion of EAP 1. Students are required to be at least 16 years of age to commence study in this course.

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Materials Teachers in Carrick’s EAP course use materials that are both informative and relevant to the student’s future study needs, such as real-life listening and reading, communication activities, DVDs and multimedia.

Student Success Story

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First certificate in English (fce) CRICOS Course Codes: SA 067567G, QLD 067597A, VIC 067457B, NSW 062956A

The First Certificate in English (FCE) course prepares students for the internationally recognised Cambridge FCE examination. It is an intensive course that develops English accuracy and is considered to be a valuable qualification. Start date Duration

04/01/2011, 7/03/2011, 4/04/2011, 13/06/2011, 1/08/2011, 26/09/2011 10 weeks (CRICOS 10 weeks).

20 contact hours and 5 hours of optional elective study per week

Enrolment Fee

AUD$200

Tuition Fees

AUD$250 per week

Average class size

14 students

Books and materials

Approximately AUD$100

Locations

Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney

Timetable

Morning Option 8:00am – 12:15noon Afternoon Option 12:30pm – 4:45pm Evening Option 5:00pm – 9:15pm *N  ote: the timetable options listed are only available if a class is operating at the relevant time and level

Course

Materials

The First Certificate in English (FCE) is a course which aims to prepare students for the internationally recognised Cambridge examinations. It provides the necessary foundation skills for students to build confidence and accuracy in English prior to sitting the examination.

Students are guided through the use of class texts and the extensive use of materials. It is required that all English language students purchase the prescribed textbook, which costs under A$100.

Many students enrol in our General English program before entering the FCE course to ensure their English language level is adequate. Carrick’s teachers prepare students for the examinations, which are held six times each year. It is optional for students to sit the test, which costs approximately $345. For more information on Cambridge Examinations please visit http://www.cambridgeexams.com.au

Entry Requirements Entry requires a minimum IELTS level of 5.0 or equivalent. Students are required to be at least 16 years of age to commence study in this course.

Assessment Student progress is regularly monitored through weekly task-based assessment and progress checks. At the end of the program, all students are awarded a Carrick Certificate of Attendance and an Achievement Report which indicates the completion level.

Student Success Story

Timo Bohlender Germany

First Certificate in English Soon after I started at Carrick in Brisbane I quickly fou nd myself using English more confidently. My voc abulary increased and my comprehension skills imp roved. I met a large number of interesting students from all over the world. I was also blessed to be taught by some of the best teachers I hav e ever had, who are not only fantastic teachers but have great personalities too. I enjoy studying with Ca rrick a lot and I have ach ieved great success in the Ca mbridge (FCE) and IEL TS exams. I would recommend Ca rrick to any student wh o wants to improve their English skills.

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English for Vocational Education (eve) CRICOS Course Codes: SA 067570A, QLD 067596B, VIC 067456C, NSW 062967J

The English for Vocational Education (EVE) course prepares students for study in a vocational course. Particular emphasis is placed on developing the English skills necessary for students to successfully complete all tasks in their chosen vocational program. EVE also builds students’ confidence and accuracy in the use of English. Start date

10/01/2011, 21/02/2011, 04/04/2011, 16/05/2011, 27/06/2011, 08/08/2011, 19/09/2011, 31/10/2011

Duration

25 hours per week for 12 weeks with IELTS 5.0 or equivalent, or 6 weeks with IELTS 5.5 or equivalent (CRICOS 12 weeks)

Enrolment Fee

AUD$200

Tuition Fees

AUD$250 per week

Average class size

14 students

Books and materials

Approximately AUD$100

Locations

Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney

Timetable

Morning Option 8:00am – 12:15noon Afternoon Option 12:30pm – 4:45pm Evening Option 5:00pm – 9:15pm * Note: the timetable options listed are only available if a class is operating at the relevant time and level

Course

Materials

The English for Vocational Education (EVE) course is specifically designed to give students the English language and study skills they need to be successful in their future vocational course. Students will learn from real-life examples of reading and listening as well as authentic writing and speaking tasks. They are also encouraged to become independent and active learners through activities inside and outside the classroom environment.

Carrick’s EVE students will require an exclusive and unique course book designed specifically to prepare students for Australian vocational education courses. All students are required to purchase the course book which costs less than A$100.

Entry Requirements Students are required to be at least 16 years of age to commence study in this course. The English language requirement is an IELTS band score of 5.0 or equivalent internationally recognized exam result in line with DIAC regulations.Successful students gain direct access into vocational courses at Carrick Institute of Education.

Assessment Skill areas assessed include reading, writing, listening, speaking presentation and vocabulary. Students are assessed on a weekly basis and provided with feedback on their progress. Tasks include oral presentations, job applications, PowerPoint presentations, summarising and other vocational preparation assessments.

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Student Success Story

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ielts preparation CRICOS Course Codes: SA 067569E, QLD 067600M, VIC 067460G, NSW 062966K

The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is an internationally recognised examination that helps students gain entry into tertiary courses and progress in their careers. The Carrick English Language’s IELTS Preparation course focuses directly on the skills students need to be successful in the IELTS examination. Start date Duration

Every Monday 12 weeks (CRICOS 12 weeks).

20 contact hours and 5 hours of optional elective study per week

Enrolment Fee

AUD$200

Tuition Fees

AUD$250 per week

Average class size

14 students

Books and materials

Approximately AUD$100

Locations

Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney

Timetable

Morning Option 8:00am – 12:15noon Afternoon Option 12:30pm – 4:45pm Evening Option 5:00pm – 9:15pm *N  ote: the timetable options listed are only available if a class is operating at the relevant time and level

Course

Materials

To gain the best possible result in the IELTS examination, students develop the four key skill areas in English: reading, writing, listening and speaking. Carrick’s experienced teachers will also help students build confidence in dealing with the examination.

Materials are specifically based on IELTS practice tests and chosen to develop the student’s language skills and prepare them for the IELTS examination.

Entry Requirements The IELTS Preparation course is designed for students aiming for an IELTS score of 5.5 and above. An IELTS level of 5.0 or equivalent is required for entry. However, students can enroll in a General English course first if their English level is lower than an IELTS score of 5.0. Students are required to be at least 16 years of age to commence study in this course.

Fast track – IELTS Preparation Carrick also offers a fast track option for those students who are working or who have just completed a program that requires them to complete an IELTS course.

Assessment Students sit a daily assessment based on IELTS practice test materials, which assess all four skills areas. Carrick students receive regular feedback on their progress from highly qualified and experienced teachers who also have IELTS examination experience.

Student Success Story

Eduardo Sousa Brazil

IELTS Preparation The best thing about stu dying at Carrick would definitely be the teachers; they are friendly, intelligent and easy to understand and to talk to. I have lots of friends in my class, it is easy to ma ke friends because the cla sses are so interactive. Back home I studied Physica l Education and I would like to study my Masters her e in Australia. This class has helped me prepare for further study.

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English for Nursing CRICOS Course Codes: SA 068861D, QLD 067595C, VIC 069382M, NSW 062957M

The English for Nursing course prepares students with the English language skills they need to study in a specific nursing course and excel in the Australian health care profession. Students will also gain confidence and skills in applying the English language to their higher education studies. Start date Duration

10/01/2011, 04/04/2011, 27/06/2011, 19/09/2011 12 weeks (CRICOS 12 weeks)

20 contact hours and 5 hours of optional elective study per week

Enrolment Fee

AUD$200

Tuition Fees

AUD$330 per week

Average class size

14 students

Books and materials

Between AUD$100 - $150

Locations

Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney

Timetable

Morning Option 8:00am – 12:15noon Afternoon Option 12:30pm – 4:45pm Evening Option 5:00pm – 9:15pm *N  ote: the timetable options listed are only available if a class is operating at the relevant time and level

Course structure

Materials

Carrick’s English for Nursing program is specifically designed to give students the English language skills they need to be successful in the health industry. Students will learn from real-life examples of reading and listening as well as authentic writing and speaking tasks. Experienced teachers assist students to gain a thorough understanding and knowledge of the nursing profession, expectations and assessment methods of western health systems and cultures. Carrick’s English for Nursing program has the added advantage of preparing students to pursue certificates, diplomas and degrees in the nursing profession. Students who successfully complete Carrick’s English for Nursing are equipped with the skills required to gain entry into many of Australia’s leading universities.

Teachers in Carrick’s English for Nursing course use health-care language learning activities in a practical and interactive classroom setting. They use materials that are both informative and relevant to the students’ future needs, such as real-life listening and reading, communication activities, DVDs and multimedia.

Entry Requirements IELTS band score of 6.0 or equivalent internationally recognized exam result in line with DIAC regulations. Students are required to be at least 16 years of age to commence study in this course.

Assessment Carrick’s English for Nursing assessment tasks prepare students for the assessment requirements of their future course of study as well as the profession. Students are assessed regularly and provided with feedback on their progress. Tasks include journal writing, oral presentations, summarising and note-taking, communication skills, essay writing, research projects and tests.

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High School Preparation (hsp) CRICOS Course Codes: VIC 067459M

The High School Preparation course meets the needs of young students preparing to enter an Australian High School. We offer students a safe and secure environment and provide classrooms where their English language, personal and social needs are always met. Start date Duration

Every Monday

From 20 to 40 weeks (CRICOS 46 weeks)

25 contact hours per week

Enrolment Fee

AUD$200

Tuition Fees

AUD$250 per week

Average class size

14 students

Books and materials

Under AUS$100

Locations

Melbourne

Course structure

Australian High School Preparation

Students may choose to study 20, 30 or 40 weeks in order to acquire the necessary English for successful study in the key curriculum areas of mathematics, science, social studies and information technology. Students are taught meta-skills such as research, study skills and collaborative learning techniques. This, combined with a regular homework program, means students are prepared to not only enter an Australian High School but to excel there.

The High School Preparation (HSP) program prepares you academically and socially to join the Australian high school system from Year 11 onward and encourages focused autonomous learning. We take care to develop close ties with receiving schools and our HSP teachers will personally introduce you to your new school environment.

Students are encouraged to participate in a weekly sports program and various social programs organised by the institute as well as computer sessions in one of Carrick’s Resource Centres.

Entry Requirements Entry to the HSP program requires successful completion of high school Year 10 or equivalent in the student’s home country and an IELTS band score of 4.5 or equivalent recognized exam result in line with DIAC regulations. Students are required to be between 16 and 17 years of age when commencing this course.

This program is recognised by many Australian private and government high schools. Assessment for the course is conducted both formally and informally. Your participation and effort in class, ability to complete the set homework tasks, and independent study skills are constantly observed and assessed. On successful completion of the program you will receive a Certificate of Participation and a report of your level of ability, noting any areas requiring attention.

Materials You will be guided through resources including class texts and other print resources, videos, CD-ROMs and internetbased resources. It is required that all students purchase the prescribed textbook, which costs under A$100.

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Study Tour and Summer School Study Tour and Summer School programs* are an option that Carrick English Language can provide, to host groups of students (10 or more) in learning English Language as well as experiencing all the fantastic tourist and learning destinations in Australia. Study Tour and Summer School programs are customised specifically for the group and provide a dedicated teacher for all classes. Start date

Every Monday

Duration

1 – 8 weeks

Minimum class size

10 students

Books and materials

Under AUS$100

Locations

Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney

Study tour

How to apply

Study Tours are a popular way for students to study in Australia for short periods of time, while also travelling and experiencing what Australia has to offer. Carrick English Language will organise the group with a customised program to suit the specific needs of the group. An example timetable is shown on page 16.

1. Complete the special Study Tour / Summer School Application Form.

Summer school

More information

Summer School is another popular way for students to develop their skills in English, as well as an academic area of their choosing, while being able to travel through Australia. Summer School is similar to Study Tour Groups, with the addition of specialist academic classes being added to the period of study. An example timetable is shown on page 16. * Please note that these courses do not meet the student visa conditions of a principal course.

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2. Send the completed Form through to the Carrick International Admissions team for processing. 3. Study Tour / Summer School applications will take approximately 2-3 weeks to process

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Study Tour – Example of week 1 of a 2 week program Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Arrive in Australia and travel to accommodation Meet Homestay Family Catch up on rest from travel

Welcome to Carrick Welcome to Australia Orientation Program Meet the Teachers

Carrick English Language General English Class

Carrick English Language General English Class

Carrick English Language General English Class

Carrick English Language General English Class

Full day trip Visit the Twelve Apostles Includes: 4 hours of travel and a stop at Torquay Beaches to swim

Afternoon trip Learn how to get around the city, use the trams and trains Explore Melbourne City

Afternoon trip Visit Melbourne Zoo

Afternoon trip Visit the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV)

Afternoon trip Australian Barbeque at the Royal Botanical Gardens Fun and games afternoon

Afternoon trip Free Afternoon

Arrive back in Melbourne by 8pm

Summer School – Example of week 1 of a 3 week program Sunday Arrive in Australia and travel to accommodation Meet Homestay Family Catch up on rest from travel

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Carrick English Language General English Class

Full day trip Visit the Hunter Valley Wineries

Welcome to Carrick Welcome to Australia Orientation Program Meet the Teachers

Carrick English Language General English Class

Carrick English Language General English Class

Carrick English Language General English Class

Mid day: Hotel Operations and Management

Mid day: Hotel Operations

Mid day: Hotel Management

Mid day: Hairdressing

Mid day: Barista / Coffee Making

Afternoon trip Learn how to get around the city, use the buses and trains Explore Sydney City

Afternoon trip Visit Sydney Zoo

Afternoon trip Visit the Sydney Opera House

Afternoon trip Australian Barbeque at Bondi Beach

Afternoon trip Free Afternoon

Arrive back in Sydney by 8pm

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Vocational and HIGHER EDUCATION Direct Entry Pathways Course

Direct Entry Pathway

Education Institute

Details

Any Carrick English Language course

Any vocational course at Carrick Institute of Education except the Diploma of Dental Technology

Carrick Institute of Education (CRICOS VIC 03008A, NSW 02920K, QLD 03062F, SA 03067A)

Demonstrate an Academic IELTS equivalent of 5.5 to satisfy the English language requirement for all vocational courses at Carrick Institute of Education (except the Diploma of Dental Technology)

Any Carrick English Language course

Any higher education course at Carrick Higher Education and the Diploma of Dental Technology at Carrick Institute of Education

Carrick Higher Education (CRICOS VIC 02879F, NSW 02984E, QLD 03085K, SA 03032A) Carrick Institute of Education (CRICOS VIC 03008A, NSW 02920K, QLD 03062F, SA03067A)

Demonstrate an Academic IELTS equivalent of 6.0 to satisfy the English language requirement for all higher education courses at Carrick Higher Education and the Diploma of Dental Technology at Carrick Institute of Education

Carrick CRICOS Course Codes: SA 067568F, QLD 067595C, VIC 067455D, NSW 062957M English for Academic Purposes 1 (EAP 1)

Diploma and Foundation Programs

Central Queensland University (CRICOS NSW 01315F VIC 01624D QLD 00219C)

Successful completion with 65% or over, demonstrating an Academic IELTS equivalent of at least 5.5 with no band below 5.0, and meets the language requirement for entry.

English for Academic Purposes 1 (EAP1)

Diploma of Business

James Cook University (CRICOS 00117J)

Direct entry will be acceptable through successful completion of EAP 1 program conducted at Carrick English Language campuses.

English for Academic Purposes 1 (EAP 1)

Diploma of Commerce

Kaplan Business School (CRICOS SA 02426B NSW 02913J VIC 02887F)

Achieve satisfactory results that are deemed equivalent to an IELTS score of 5.5.

English for Academic Purposes 2 (EAP 2)

Degree Programs

Central Queensland University (CRICOS NSW 01315F VIC 01624D QLD 00219C)

Successful completion with 65% or over, demonstrating an Academic IELTS equivalent of at least 6 with no band below 5.0, and meets the language requirement for entry.

English for Academic Purposes 2 (EAP 2)

Business Degree Programs

James Cook University (CRICOS 00117J)

Direct entry will be acceptable through successful completion of EAP 2 program conducted at Carrick English Language campuses.

English for Academic Purposes 2 (EAP 2)

Master of Accounting

Kaplan Business School (CRICOS SA 02426B NSW 02913J VIC 02887F)

Achieve satisfactory results that are deemed equivalent to an IELTS score of 6.

English for Academic Purposes 2 (EAP 2)

Master of Professional Accounting

Kaplan Business School (CRICOS SA 02426B NSW 02913J VIC 02887F)

Achieve satisfactory results that are deemed equivalent to an IELTS score of 6.

Carrick CRICOS Course Codes: SA 067569E, QLD 067600M, VIC 067460G, NSW 062966K IELTS Preparation (12 weeks)

Diploma of Commerce

Kaplan Business School (CRICOS SA 02426B NSW 02913J VIC 02887F)

Achieve satisfactory results that are deemed equivalent to an IELTS score of 5.5.

IELTS Preparation (12 weeks)

Master of Accounting

Kaplan Business School (CRICOS SA 02426B NSW 02913J VIC 02887F)

Achieve satisfactory results that are deemed equivalent to an IELTS score of 6.

IELTS Preparation (12 weeks)

Master of Professional Accounting

Kaplan Business School (CRICOS SA 02426B NSW 02913J VIC 02887F)

Achieve satisfactory results that are deemed equivalent to an IELTS score of 6.

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English Language Payment DETAILS Carrick – Financial Services Operating Hours Monday – Friday 8:30am to 5:30pm Tuition must be paid on or prior to the due date. Late payment of fees will incur a late penalty of $75 per week or 7.5% as per the student’s agreement on the outstanding fee amount.

Acceptable Method of Payment Online Payments

EFTPOS (debit card)*

Payments by a credit card can be made via the Carrick website using our online payment portal http://carrickeducation.edu.au/mycarrick/pay-my-fee

Please note EFTPOS cards have a daily withdrawal limit of between $800 to $1000 per day unless you increase your daily withdrawal limit directly with your bank.

No surcharge applies.

Credit Card Payment by Credit Card can also be made in person at the Financial Services Counter or via telephone. Third party payments – Authorisation must be obtained through the payment authorisation form provided by the Carrick Admissions and Finance department. VISA and Mastercard only. There will be a 2.5% surcharge on all credit card transactions.

Cash Payments Cash Payments for tuition fees are to be made directly at any NAB. Refer to the bottom of your statement for your deposit slip. Should you require a copy of the statement/deposit slip, contact financial services as fees remain due and payable as per your contract.

Cheque Cheques are payable in Australian dollars to Carrick Institute of Education and must include the students name, student number and date of birth on the back of the cheque.

*Only available at our Sydney campus

Internet Banking Account Name: Carrick Institute of Education BSB: 083 004 Account Number: 895 203 764 Please include your student number in the description field for payment identification.

Telegraphic Transfer (TT) Account Name: Carrick Institute of Education BSB: 083 004 Account Number: 895 203 764 NAB - National Bank of Australia Swift Number: NATAAU3303M A $20 Bank Fee is applicable to all TTs and must be added to your tuition payment. Please email or fax the bank receipt to Email: deposits@carrickeducation.edu.au Fax (International):+ 61 3 9654 6818.

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See the possibilities...

Vocational EDUCATION PROGRAMS

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Carrick Institute of Education offers vocational courses in accounting, business, marketing, management, hospitality, commercial cookery, patisserie, tourism, events, dental technology, community services work, children’s services, beauty, hairdressing and we ensure that our courses are industry relevant, innovative and career focused.

We pride ourselves on our quality industry-based training. Our students are trained by industry leaders and graduate as confident professionals in their chosen field of work.

Over the lifetime of Carrick we have developed numerous industry partnerships that enable us to provide a combination of practical and theory based learning, sought after by employers in Australia and around the world.

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introduction to vocational studies What is Vocational Education and Training? Vocational Education and Training (VET) is education and training for work and is directly linked to the needs of business and industry. Providers of VET are registered by the Australian Quality Training Framework (AQTF) and are regularly audited for service quality. This system enables providers to operate anywhere in Australia and to issue nationally recognised qualifications.

What is Competency Based Training? Competency Based Training (CBT) relates to the demonstration of skills, knowledge, attitude and application required for effective performance in the workplace. Nationally agreed statements called Competency Standards are used to describe the skills and knowledge required for a person to operate effectively in the workplace. They contain descriptors of outcomes to be achieved (Elements) and criteria for performance (Performance Criteria). CBT allows for the required level of performance and expected mode of assessment to be made clear before the commencement of training, with the rate at which a learner will progress through the program determined by their demonstrated competence rather than by time spent engaged in study.

Learning and Assessment Assessment under the CBT system takes into account the participant’s knowledge and attitudes but requires actual performance of the competency as the primary source of evidence. To be deemed competent the learner must be able to perform a skill to a specified standard under specific conditions. Assessment methods incorporated at Carrick Institute of Education are: 1. Flexible – appropriate to a range of delivery modes, sites and learner needs 2. Valid – assess what they claim to assess 3. Reliable – consistent from learner to learner and context to context 4. Fair – do not disadvantage any individuals or groups of learners.

Assessment methods are usually determined via a combination of methods, which can involve any of the following: • Written assessments • Class participation • Discussions • Project work • Oral presentations • One-on-one examinations • Teacher observations • Debates • Role plays • Performing practical tasks • Workplace environment observation Unlike the traditional education system, CBT adopts an assessment process that is continual. Assessments can take place before, during and after training to give the teacher the opportunity to assess all aspects of competence across a range of situations and over a period of time.

Mode of Study Teaching and learning rely on two way communication, and students are encouraged to discuss and actively participate in learning. All programs provided by Carrick Institute of Education are offered in a variety of interactive teaching methods to accommodate a range of learning styles. Students are required to attend all classes with prescribed textbooks, correct uniforms (if applicable) and all necessary equipment to ensure that they are able to meet course competencies. Some of the different teaching methods used in Carrick Institute of Education’s programs consist of: • tutorial group discussions • lectures • group work (working with other students in a team environment) • audio or visual presentations • self-directed learning through research • problem solving and problem-based learning methods within a ‘real workplace’ setting • web-based/online activities (e-learning)

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• reflective journals and learning portfolios kept by individual students.


Accounting The Accounting courses prepare students to perform assistant accounting duties for private and public entities. Students develop knowledge in supervising and controlling accounting systems, maintaining internal control systems, preparing financial statements for reporting entities, analysing business performance, preparing tax returns and managing small teams. Start date

10/01/2011, 14/02/2011, 04/04/2011, 09/05/2011, 27/06/2011, 01/08/2011, 19/09/2011, 24/10/2011, 09/01/2012, 13/02/2012, 02/04/2012, 07/05/2012, 25/06/2012, 30/07/2012, 17/09/2012, 22/10/2012

Enrolment Fee

A$200

Books and materials

Approx AUD$500 per year

Locations

Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney

FNS50204 Diploma of Accounting TUITION FEES: AUD$8,100 DURATION: 30 weeks (CRICOS Duration 38 weeks) CRICOS Course Codes: SA 069296J, QLD 069774F, VIC 064689K, NSW 067397J Pathways Carrick Higher Education Bachelor of Accounting - Credits granted: 8 Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management) - Credits granted: 8 University of the Sunshine Coast Bachelor of Business - Credits granted: 12 University of South Australia Bachelor of Commerce - Credits granted: 27 Edith Cowan University Bachelor of Business - Credits granted: 8

Stage 1 Unit Code

Stage 3 Unit of Competency

FNSACCT502A FNSICGEN301A FNSICGEN302A FNSICGEN304A

Prepare income tax returns Communicate in the workplace Use technology in the workplace Apply health & safety practices in the workplace FNSICIND401A Apply principles of professional practice to work in the financial services industry

Unit Code

Unit of Competency

FNSACCT501A Provide financial & business performance information FNSACCT504A Prepare financial reports for a reporting entity FNSACCT505A Establish & maintain accounting information systems FNSACCT507A Provide management accounting information FNSACCT607A Evaluate business performance

Stage 2 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

BSBADM408A Prepare financial reports BSBCMN308A Maintain financial records FNSACCT407A Set up & operate a computerised accounting system FNSACCT503A Manage budgets & forecasts FNSACCT506A Implement & maintain internal control procedures FNSICACC304A Prepare and bank receipts FNSICACC306A Process journal entries

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Accounting

FNS60204 Advanced Diploma of Accounting TUITION FEES: AUD$10,800 DURATION: 40 weeks (CRICOS Duration 50 weeks) CRICOS Course Codes: SA 069297G, QLD 069772G, VIC 067398G, NSW 067398G Pathways Carrick Higher Education Bachelor of Accounting - Credits granted: 12 Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management) - Credits granted: 10 University of the Sunshine Coast Bachelor of Business - Credits granted: 12 University of South Australia Bachelor of Commerce - Credits granted: 18 Edith Cowan University Bachelor of Business - Credits granted: 8

Stage 1 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

FNSACCT502A FNSICGEN301A FNSICGEN302A FNSICGEN304A

Prepare income tax returns Communicate in the workplace Use technology in the workplace Apply health & safety practices in the workplace FNSICIND401A Apply principles of professional practice to work in the financial services industry

Stage 2 Unit Code

FNSACCT503A FNSACCT504A FNSACCT506A FNSACCT507A

Unit of Competency

Manage budgets & forecasts Prepare financial reports for a reporting entity Implement & maintain internal control procedures Provide management accounting information

Stage 3 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

FNSACCT601A FNSACCT602A FNSACCT603A FNSACCT604A

Prepare complex tax returns and lodgements Audit & report on financial systems and records Implement tax plans & evaluate tax compliance Monitor corporate governance activities

Stage 4 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

FNSACCT605A FNSACCT606A FNSACCT608A FNSACCT609A

Implement organisational improvement programs Conduct internal audit Evaluate an organisation’s financial performance Evaluate financial risk

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Entry requirements Refer to pages 59 and 60. More information at: carrickeducation.edu.au/accounting Course structure and duration may vary from state to state.

The next step These courses provide an excellent pathway into the Carrick Higher Education Bachelor of Accounting degree. See carrickeducation.edu.au for details.

Careers – where to go from here Successful completion of these qualifications may enable you to apply for positions of Assistant Accountant, Senior Financial Clerk and Budget Officer


Beauty Therapy Natural beauty is an integration of all the aspects of beauty therapy with a holistic approach to individual health and wellbeing. It involves natural skin preparations and fundamental beauty techniques such as facials, body massage treatments, nails and make-up. Start date

10/01/2011, 14/02/2011, 04/04/2011, 09/05/2011, 27/06/2011, 01/08/2011, 19/09/2011, 24/10/2011, 09/01/2012, 13/02/2012, 02/04/2012, 07/05/2012, 25/06/2012, 30/07/2012, 17/09/2012, 22/10/2012

Average class size

10-25 students

Enrolment Fee

A$200

Books and materials

AUD$500 per year

Location

Melbourne

WRB20104 Certificate II in Nail Technology TUITION FEES: AUD$6,110 DURATION: 20 weeks (CRICOS Duration 26 weeks) CRICOS Code: VIC 072386C

Stage 1 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

WRRCS1B WRRER1B WRBCS202A

Communicate in the workplace Work effectively in a retail environment Apply techniques to update beauty industry knowledge Apply knowledge of nail science to nail services Provide manicure and pedicare services Conduct financial transactions Apply safe working practices

WRBCS204A WRBBS201B WRBCS201B WRRLP1B

Stage 2 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

WRRS1B WRRM2B WRBCS203B WRBBS202A WRBBS203A WRRM1B

Sell products and services Perform routine housekeeping duties Provide service to clients Apply gel nail enhancement Apply acrylic nail enhancement Merchandise products

Stage 2 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

WRRS1B WRBFS201B WRBCS203B WRBFS203B WRBFS204B WRRM1B WRBCS201B

Sell products and services Demonstrate retail skin care services Provide service to clients Design and apply makeup for photography Design and apply remedial camouflage Merchandise products Conduct financial transactions

WRB30104 Certificate III in Beauty Services TUITION FEES: AUD$9,165 DURATION: 30 weeks (CRICOS duration 38 weeks) CRICOS Code: VIC 072388A

Stage 1 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

WRB20204 Certificate II in Make-up Services

WRRCS1B WRRER1B WRRLP1B WRBCS202A

TUITION FEES: AUD$6,110 DURATION: 20 weeks (CRICOS Duration 26 weeks) CRICOS Code: VIC 072387B

WRBCS204A WRBCS305A

Communicate in the workplace Work effectively in a retail environment Apply safe working practices Apply techniques to update beauty industry knowledge Apply knowledge of nail science to nail services Apply knowledge of skin biology to beauty treatments Provide manicure and pedicare services Conduct financial transactions Perform routine housekeeping duties

Stage 1 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

WRRCS1B WRRER1B WRRLP1B WRBCS202A

Communicate in the workplace Work effectively in a retail environment Apply safe working practices Apply techniques to update beauty industry knowledge Apply knowledge of nail science to nail services Design and apply make-up Apply knowledge of skin biology to beauty treatments Provide manicure and pedicare services Perform routine housekeeping duties

WRBCS204A WRBFS202B WRBCS305A WRBBS201B WRRM2B

WRBBS201B WRBCS201B WRRM2B

Stage 2 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

WRRS1B WRBBS202A WRBBS203A WRBBS204B WRRM1B WRRI1B WRRM6A

Sell products and services Apply gel nail enhancements Apply acrylic nail enhancements Apply nail art Merchandise products Perform stock control procedures Create a display for small business

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Beauty Therapy WRB50105 Diploma of Beauty Therapy

Stage 3 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

WRBCS306B WRBFS202B WRBCS203B WRBFS305B WRBSS302B

Advise on beauty services Design and apply make-up Provide service to clients Provide lash and brow treatments Provide temporary epilation and bleaching treatments

TUITION FEES: AUD$18,330 DURATION: 60 weeks (CRICOS Duration 78 Weeks) CRICOS Code: VIC 072390G

Stage 1 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

WRBCS204A

Apply knowledge of nail science to nail services treatments Apply knowledge of skin biology to beauty

WRB40105 Certificate IV in Beauty Therapy

WRBCS305A

TUITION FEES: AUD$12,220 DURATION: 40 weeks (CRICOS duration 50 weeks) CRICOS Code: VIC 072389M

WRBCS409A

Stage 1

WRBBS201B

Apply knowledge of skin science to beauty therapy treatments Apply knowledge of nutrition to beauty therapy treatments Provide manicure and pedicare services

WRRCS1B

Communicate in the workplace

WRRER1B

Work effectively in a retail environment

WRRLP1B

Apply safe working practices

WRBCS201B

Conduct financial transactions

Unit Code

WRBCS204A

Unit of Competency

WRBBS201B

Apply knowledge of nail science to nail services Apply knowledge of skin biology to beauty treatments Apply knowledge of skin science to beauty therapy treatments Provide manicure and pedicare services

WRRCS1B

Communicate in the workplace

WRRER1B

Work effectively in a retail environment

WRBCS305A WRBCS409A

Stage 2

WRBCS411A

Stage 2 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

WRBCS412A

WRBCS203B

Apply knowledge of cosmetic chemistry to beauty therapy treatments Apply knowledge of anatomy and physiology to beauty therapy treatments Provide service to clients

WRBFS202B

Design and apply make-up

WRBFS305B

Provide lash and brow treatments

WRBSS302B

Provide temporary epilation and bleaching treatments

WRBCS408A

Unit Code

Unit of Competency

WRBCS411A WRRS1B

Apply knowledge of nutrition to beauty therapy treatments Sell products and services

WRRM1B

Merchandise products

WRRLP1B

Apply safe working practices

Stage 3

WRBCS201B

Conduct financial transactions

Unit Code

Unit of Competency

WRBCS306B

Advise on beauty services

WRBCS410A

WRBBS202A

Apply gel nail enhancements

WRBBS203A

Apply acrylic nail enhancements

WRBBS204B

Apply nail art

Apply knowledge of electricity to beauty therapy treatments Develop a treatment plan for beauty therapy treatments Provide facial treatments Provide advanced facial Treatment

Stage 3

WRBCS407A WRBFS406B WRBFS407B

Unit Code

Unit of Competency

Entry requirements

WRBCS412A

Apply knowledge of cosmetic chemistry to beauty therapy treatments Apply knowledge of anatomy and physiology to beauty therapy treatments Provide service to clients Design and apply make-up Provide lash and brow treatments Provide temporary epilation and bleaching treatments

Refer to pages 59 and 60. More information at: carrickeducation.edu.au

WRBCS408A WRBCS203B WRBFS202B WRBFS305B WRBSS302B

Stage 4 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

WRBCS410A

Apply knowledge of electricity to beauty therapy treatments Develop a treatment plan for beauty therapy treatments Provide facial treatments Provide advanced facial Treatment

WRBCS407A WRBFS406B WRBFS407B

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Course structure and duration may vary from state to state.

Careers – where to go from here These courses will qualify you to apply for positions within the following areas: Beauty Salons, Day Spas, Health Retreats, Hotels and Resorts, on International cruise liners, and many graduates go on to manage salons! These are just a few of the many career opportunities open to you.


“Our courses combine industry experience with knowledge and training.� Catherine Carrick

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Business The Business programs at Carrick have been designed to provide students with the skills to work and manage their respective function within an organisation in Australia or internationally. With a focus on strategy development, staff management and sales, students will work through real life case studies to enhance their analyitcal and decision making skills. Start date

10/01/2011, 14/02/2011, 04/04/2011, 09/05/2011, 27/06/2011, 01/08/2011, 19/09/2011, 24/10/2011, 09/01/2012, 13/02/2012, 02/04/2012, 07/05/2012, 25/06/2012, 30/07/2012, 17/09/2012, 22/10/2012

Enrolment Fee

A$200

Books and materials

AUD$500 per year

Locations

Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney

BSB20107 Certificate ii in Business

Stage 2

TUITION FEES: AUD$2,700 DURATION: 10 weeks (CRICOS Duration 10 weeks) CRICOS Codes: SA 067231J, NSW 067377B, VIC 068001D, QLD 067601K

Unit Code

Unit of Competency

BSBPRO301A Recommend products and services BSBFIA301A

Maintain financial records

BSBCMM301A Process customer complaints Unit Code

Unit of Competency

BSBSUS301A

Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices

BSBITU306A

Design and produce business documents

BSBOHS201A Participate in OHS processes BSBITU202A

Create and use spreadsheets

BSBIND201A

Work effectively in a business environment

BSBCMM201A Communicate in the workplace BSBWOR203A Work effectively with others BSBINN201A

Contribute to workplace innovation

BSBITU201A

Produce simple word processed documents

BSBITU203A

Communicate electronically

BSBWOR204A Use business technology BSBPRO301A Recommend products and services BSBINM301A

Organise workplace information

BSBSUS201A

Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices

BSB30107 Certificate iii in Business TUITION FEES: AUD$5,400 DURATION: 20 weeks (CRICOS Duration 26 weeks) CRICOS Codes: NSW 067378A, QLD 067603G, SA 067232G, VIC 068002C

BSB40607 Certificate iv in Business Sales TUITION FEES: AUD$5,400 DURATION: 20 weeks (CRICOS Duration 26 weeks) CRICOS Codes: NSW 067379M, QLD 067605F, VIC 068003B

Stage 1 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

BSBOHS407A Monitor a safe workplace BSBMKG401B Profile the market BSBMKG402B Analyse consumer behaviour for specific markets BSBMKG408B Conduct market research BSBPRO401A Develop product knowledge

Stage 2 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

BSBSLS402A

Identify sales prospects

BSBSLS403A

Present a sales solution

BSBOHS201A Participate in OHS processes

BSBSLS404A

Secure prospect commitment

BSBINN301A

BSBSLS405A

Support post-sale activities

BSBSLS406A

Self-manage sales performance

Stage 1 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

Promote innovation in a team environment

BSBWOR301A Organise personal work priorities and development BSBCMM401A Make a presentation BSBPUR301B

Purchase goods and services

BSBINN301A

Organise workplace information

BSBCUS301A

Deliver and monitor a service to customers

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BSB50207 Diploma of Business TUITION FEES: AUD$8,100 DURATION: 30 weeks (CRICOS Duration 38 weeks) CRICOS Codes: NSW 069987D, SA 069292B, VIC 069851J Pathways Carrick Higher Education Bachelor of Accounting - Credits granted 6 Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management) - Credits granted 8 University of the Sunshine Coast Bachelor of Business - Credits granted: 8

Stage 1 (ADB008) Unit Code

Unit of Competency

BSBHRM501A Manage human resources services BSBHRM504A Manage workforce planning BSBHRM506A Manage recruitment, selection and induction processes

Stage 2 (ADB006) Unit Code

Unit of Competency

BSBMKG501B Identify and evaluate marketing opportunities BSBMKG502B Establish and adjust the marketing mix

Stage 3 (ADB007) Unit Code

Unit of Competency

BSBWOR501A Manage personal work priorities and professional development BSBRSK501A

Manage business risk

BSBPMG510A Manage projects BSBWOR501A Manage personal work priorities and professional development BSBRSK501A

Manage business risk

BSB60207 Advanced Diploma of Business TUITION FEES: AUD$8,100 DURATION: 30 weeks (CRICOS Duration 38 weeks) CRICOS Codes: NSW 069990J, QLD 071183M, SA 069294M, VIC 069854F PREREQUISITE: Diploma of Business or Diploma of Management

Stage 1 (ADB008) Unit Code

Unit of Competency

BSBHRM602A Manage human resources strategic planning BSBMGT615A Contribute to organisation development BSBINN601A

Manage organisational change

Stage 2 (ADB009) Unit Code

Unit of Competency

BSBFIM601A

Manage finances

BSBMKG605B Evaluate international marketing opportunities BSBMKG606B Manage international marketing programs

Stage 3 (ADB010) Unit Code

Unit of Competency

BSBADV602B

Develop an advertising campaign

BSBADV605B

Evaluate campaign effectiveness

Entry requirements and package details Refer to pages 59 and 60. Please note the entry requirement for the Advanced Diploma of Business is successful completion of the Diploma of Business. Course structure and duration may vary from state to state.

The next step These courses provide an excellent pathway into Carrick Higher Education Bachelor Degrees: Bachelor of Accounting or Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management). See www.carrickeducation.edu.au for details.

Careers – where to go from here Successful completion of these qualifications may enable you to apply for positions within the business sector such as: Management, General Business and Sales.

Pathways

Carrick Higher Education Bachelor of Accounting - Credits granted 8 Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management) - Credits granted 12 University of the Sunshine Coast Bachelor of Business - Credits granted: 12

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Children’s Services Make a positive and meaningful impact upon children’s lives with the Certificate III in Children’s Services and the Diploma of Children’s Services (Early childhood education and care). With the practical training you’ll receive during this course, you can look forward to a rewarding career as a childcare assistant, a family day carer, or Childcare Centre Manager. Start date

10/01/2011, 14/02/2011, 04/04/2011, 09/05/2011, 27/06/2011, 01/08/2011, 19/09/2011, 24/10/2011, 09/01/2012, 13/02/2012, 02/04/2012, 07/05/2012, 25/06/2012, 30/07/2012, 17/09/2012, 22/10/2012

Enrolment Fee

A$200

Books and materials

AUD$500 per year

Location

Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney. Available to international students in Melbourne only

CHC30708 Certificate III in Children’s Services

CHC50908 Diploma of Children’s Services (Early childhood education and care)

TUITION FEES: AUD$8,100 DURATION: 30 weeks (CRICOS duration 38 weeks) CRICOS Code: VIC 072383F Work based training: 105 hours

TUITION FEES: AUD$21,600 DURATION: 80 weeks (CRICOS duration 102 weeks) CRICOS Code: VIC 072384E Work based training: 210 hours PREREQUISITE: Certificate III in Children’s Services

Stage 1

Stage 1

Unit Code

Unit of Competency

HLTFA301B

Apply first aid

Unit Code

Unit of Competency

CHCIC301D*

Interact effectively with children

CHCPR509A

Gather, interpret and use information about children

CHCPR303D

Develop understanding of children’s interest and developmental needs

CHCPR502D

CHCFC301A

Support the development of children

CHCPR301A*

Provide experiences to support children’s play and learning

Stage 2

Organise experiences to facilitate and enhance children’s development

Stage 2 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

CHCPR510A*

Design, implement and evaluate programs and care routines for children

Unit Code

Unit of Competency

CHCCN305A

Provide care for babies

Stage 3

CHCCN302A

Provide care for children

Unit Code

Unit of Competency

CHCCHILD301A Support behaviour of children

CHCRF511A

Work in partnership with families to provide appropriate care for children

CHCRF301D

CHCFC503A

Foster social development in early childhood

CHCFC504A

Support emotional and psychological development in early childhood

and young people

HLTHIR403B

Work effectively with families to care for the child Work effectively with culturally diverse clients and co-workers

Stage 4

Stage 3

Unit Code

Unit of Competency

CHCFC505A

Foster cognitive development in early childhood

CHCFC506A

Foster children’s language and communication development

Unit Code

Unit of Competency

CHCCN303A

Contribute to the provision of nutritionally balanced food in a safe and hygienic manner

CHCCN301A

Ensure the health and safety of children

HLTOHS300A

Contribute to OHS processes

Stage 5

CHCCS400A

Work within a legal and ethical framework

Unit Code

Unit of Competency

CHCFC502A

Foster physical development in early childhood

CHCFC507A

Use music to enhance children’s experience and development

CHCFC508A

Foster children’s aesthetic and creative development

CHCCHILD401A Identify and respond to children

and young people at risk

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*Field placement

Stage 6 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

CHCIC510A

Establish and implement plans for developing cooperative behaviour

CHCIC511A*

Implement and promote inclusive policies and practices in children’s services

CHCIC512A

Plan and implement inclusion of children with additional needs

Selected units within the course include a work based training component. For those units the classroom based assessment results together with the work based assessment result , make up the final result for the unit. To be eligible to begin placements, students will need to provide a current Police Check and Working with Children Check.

Entry requirements

Stage 7 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

HLTHIR403B

Work effectively with culturally diverse clients and co-workers

CHCCN520C

Advocate for the rights and needs of children and young people

Stage 8 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

CHCCN511A

Establish and maintain a safe and healthy environment for children

CHCIC501A*

Manage children’s services workplace practice to address regulations and quality assurance

All perspective students will require a police check and working with children check. For further entry requirements refer to pages 59 and 60. Please note there are prerequisite units requiredfor entry into the Diploma of Children’s Services (Early Childhood Education and Care). Course structure and duration may vary from state to state.

For more information please visit carrickeducation.edu.au/childrenservices

Careers – where to go from here These qualifications may qualify you to apply for positions within the following; Childcare Assistant, a family day carer, program leader or Childcare Centre Manager.

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Community Services Work This course is for people interested in working in welfare service delivery, community development projects, direct client work, group work and community health promotion. You will be trained to work with clients from varying backgrounds, such as migrants, children and people with disabilities. When you graduate, you will be qualified to work at an advanced skill level and be trained for the supervision of other staff and volunteers. Start date

10/01/2011, 14/02/2011, 04/04/2011, 009/05/2011, 27/06/2011, 01/08/2011, 19/09/2011, 24/10/2011, 09/01/2012, 13/02/2012, 02/04/2012, 07/05/2012, 25/06/2012, 30/07/2012, 17/09/2012, 22/10/2012

Enrolment Fee

A$200

Books and materials

AUD$500 per year

Locations

Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney Available to international students in Adelaide and Melbourne only

CHC50608 Diploma of Community Services Work TUITION FEES: AUD$21,600 DURATION: 80 weeks (CRICOS Duration 102 weeks) CRICOS Code: VIC 072385D SA 073574B WORK BASED TRAINING: 400 hours Pathways Carrick Higher Education Bachelor of Accounting - Credits granted 5 Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management) - Credits granted 8

Stage 1

Stage 5

Unit Code

Unit of Competency

Unit Code

Unit of Competency

CHCINF505C

Meet statutory and organisational information requirments

CHCDIS322A

Support community participation and inclusion

CHCCS502A

Maintain legal and ethical work practices

HLTHIR403B

Work effectively with culturally diverse clients and Co-workers

CHCCS500A

Stage 2 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

CHCDIS301A

Work effectively with people with a disability

CHCCS411A

Work effectively in the community sector

CHCCD514A

Implement community development strategies

CHCGROUP403D Plan and conduct group activites

Conduct complex assessment and referral

Stage 6 and 7 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

CHCCSL501A

Work within a structured counselling framework

CHCCW503A* Work intensively with clients CHCAD504A*

Provide advocacy and representation services / field placement

CHCCM503C

Develop, facilitate and monitor all aspects of case managment

Stage 3 and 4 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

Stage 8

CHCCD505D*

Develop community resources

Unit Code

Unit of Competency

CHCCOM504A* Develop, implement and promote effective workplace communication

CHCLD514A

Analyse impacts of sociological factors on clients in community work and services

HLTOHS300A* Contribute to OH&S process

CHCMH408B

Provide intervention to meet the needs of the consumers with mental health and AOD issues

CHCORG428A* Refect on and improve own professional practices / field placement CHCLD415A

Confirm client developmental status

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*Field placement Selected units within the course include a work based training component. For those units the classroom based assessment results together with the work based assessment result, make up the final result for the unit. To be eligible to begin placements, students will need to provide a current Police Check and Working with Children Check in order to meet the requirements of the agencies providing Field Placement experience.

Entry requirements All perspective students will require a police check and working with children check. For further entry requirements Refer to pages 59 and 60. More information at: carrickeducation.edu.au/community Course structure and duration may vary from state to state.

Careers – where to go from here

Student Success Story

Jomet Mani India

Diploma of Co

mmunity Welf are I jo in ed the Community Course with Ca Welfare rrick to explor e Australian cu to find a good lture and job as a welfar e worker. When I first ca me to Australia , a lot of peop that it would be le told me difficult to find a part time job but, nonethele in my field ss, I submitted my resume to and Careers an Carrick Jobs d talked with the CJC team . The CJC team helped me to improve my re interview skills sume and . They sent ou t my resume an a job as a Disa d I got bility Support Worker.

This qualification may qualify you to apply for positions within the welfare sector including: Welfare Worker, Outreach Worker, Case Manager, Community Educators/Trainers, Client Support Workers, Group Workers.

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Dental Technology This course provides students with the specialized skills and knowledge required to work as a Dental Technician. The course deals with the construction of dentures, bridges, crowns and other dental equipment. It also covers the repair and modification of these appliances. Other technical skills attained include working with dental impressions, moulds, casts and models. Start date

10/01/2011, 04/04/2011, 27/06/2011, 19/09/2011, 09/01/2012, 02/04/2012, 25/06/2012, 17/09/2012

Enrolment Fee

A$200

Books and materials

AUD$500 per year

Cost of uniform and tool kit:

AUD$ $1,100 Students are required to purchase a laboratory coat, protective eyewear and a dental equipment kit upon commencement

Locations

Melbourne

HLT50507 Diploma of Dental Technology TUITION FEES: AUD$35,000 DURATION: 72 weeks (CRICOS Duration 92 weeks) CRICOS Codes: VIC 071171D

Stage 1

Stage 3

Unit Code

Unit of Competency

Unit Code

Unit of Competency

BSBCMN205A

Use business technology

HLTDT519A

BSBCMN302A

Organise personal work priorities and development

Construct simple complete removable acrylic dentures and appliances

HLTDT508B

Construct removable acrylic partial dentures Take tooth shades

BSBCMN305A

Organise workplace information

HLTDT512B

BSBCMN307A

Maintain business resources

Stage 4

HLTFA301B

Apply first aid

Unit Code

Unit of Competency

HLTDT509B

Construct cast metal alloy removable partial denture framework

HLTDT507B HLTDT517B

Construct immediate dentures Construct oral splints

This stage also includes two required knowledge components including oral anatomy and Dental Material Science

Stage 2 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

HLTHOHS300A

Contribute to OHS processes

HLTIN301A

Comply with infection control policies and procedures in health work

Stage 5 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

HLTDT518B

Repair and modify dentures and appliances

Maintain an effective health work environment

HLTDT510B

Construct crown and bridge structures

HLTDT301B

Construct models

HLTDT511B

Join alloy structures

HLTDT302B

Construct custom impression trays

HLTDT303B

Construct registration rims

HLTDT304B

Articulate models and transfer records

Unit Code

Unit of Competency

HLTDT315B

Construct thermoformed bases and appliances

HLTDT513B

Construct fixed restorations

BSBCMN308A

Maintain financial records

HLTHIR501A

Stage 6

Stage 7

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Unit Code

Unit of Competency

HLTDT514B

Construct orthodontic appliances

BSBCMN310A

Deliver and monitor a service to customers

HLTDT516B

Construct indirect composite polymer fixed restorations


Entry Requirements

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To gain entry into the Diploma of Dental Technology international students must meet the following entry requirements:

This course provides an excellent gateway into studying Dental Prosthetist. As a dental technician you will work in close liaison with referring dental practitioners and specialists.

• Satisfactory completion of secondary studies in applicant’s home country equivalent to an Australian Year 12 qualification; or • Satisfactory completion of an Australian Year 12 qualification; or

Careers – where to go from here Successful completion of this qualification may enable you to apply for the position of Dental Technician.

• Satisfactory completion of a recognized foundation course in Australia; and • IELTS overall score of 6.0 (academic test version), or equivalent internationally recognized exam result. Local and international mature age students will be considered without minimum education requirements but with relevant work experience within chosen area of study and a demonstrated capacity to meet course requirements. Submitted relevant work experience evidenced by work reference letter on company letterhead; work samples; and curriculum vitae will be considered. Course structure and duration may vary from state to state. See carrickeducation.edu.au for details.

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Events The Diploma of Events provides you with the practical skills and knowledge to plan and coordinate events such as conferences, exhibitions and outdoor festivals. Units cover all aspects of event management including preparation, marketing, operations and management to help ensure you can successfully organise an event when you graduate. This course provides you with the practical experience and formal education to enter the events industry. Start date

10/01/2011, 14/02/2011, 04/04/2011, 09/05/2011, 27/06/2011, 01/08/2011, 19/09/2011, 24/10/2011, 09/01/2012, 13/02/2012, 02/04/2012, 07/05/2012, 25/06/2012, 30/07/2012, 17/09/2012, 22/10/2012

Enrolment Fee

A$200

Books and materials

AUD$500 per year

Locations

Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney

SIT50207 Diploma of Events TUITION FEES: 10,800 DURATION: 40 weeks (CRICOS Duration 50 weeks) CRICOS Codes: NSW 071320G, QLD 069773G, SA 068842G, VIC 068007J PREREQUISITE: Students are required to have completed one of the below listed qualifications or the equivalent relevant experience: Certificate III in Events Certificate III in Business Certificate III in Tourism Certificate III in Hospitality

Stage 2 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITXCCS003A

Manage quality customer service

SITXEVT010A

Evaluate and address event regulatory requirements

SITXFIN003A

Interpret financial information

SITFIN004A

Manage finances within a budget

SITXHRM005A

Lead and manage people

BSBMGT507A

Manage environmental performance

Stage 3

Pathways

Carrick Higher Education Bachelor of Accounting - Credits granted 5 Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management) - Credits granted 8 University of the Sunshine Coast Bachelor of Business - Credits granted: 8

Stage 1

Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITXEVT012A

Select event venues and sites

SITXEVT017A

Provide on-site event management services

SITXEVT004A

Coordinate on-site event registrations

SITXEVT011A

Develop crowd control plans and procedures

SITXEVT014A

Develop conference programs

SITXEVT008A

Plan and develop event proposals and bids

Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITXADM004A

Plan and manage meeting

Stage 4

SITXEVT001A

Develop and update event industry knowledge

Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITXMGT006A

Establish and conduct business relationships

SITXEVT013A

Manage event staging

SITXOHS003A

Indentify hazards and assess and control safety risks

SITXEVT016A

Organise and monitor event infrastructure

SITXEVT003A

Manage projects

SITXEVT015A

Manage exhibitions

SITXEVT002A

Develop and implement operational plans

BSBCMN205A

Use business technology

SITXADM003A

Write business documents

SITXEVT009A

Develop event concepts

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Entry requirements

Careers – where to go from here

Refer to pages 59 and 60.

Successful completion of this qualification may enable you to apply for positions such as the following:

Students are required to have completed a Certificate III in Events or other related area, or the equivalent relevant experience. Please note there are prerequisite units requirement for the Diploma of Events for more information please visit carrickeducation.edu.au/events Course structure and duration may vary from state to state.

The next step This course provides an excellent pathway into Carrick Higher Education Bachelor Degrees: Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management). See www.carrickeducation.edu.au for details.

Event Coordinator, Event Manager, Conference Organiser, Marketing Assistant

Student Success Story ki

Rafal Kedziers Poland

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Hairdressing Carrick’s hairdressing courses provide you with the essential skills, experience and training to work as a qualified hairdresser. You will receive comprehensive training in all areas, ranging from retail and communication skills for salon operations to cutting, styling, colouring, straightening and perming hair. In the Certificate IV and Diploma courses you will learn technical and managerial skills to run a successful hairdressing salon. Start date

10/01/2011, 14/02/2011, 04/04/2011, 09/05/2011, 27/06/2011, 01/08/2011, 19/09/2011, 24/10/2011, 09/01/2012, 13/02/2012, 02/04/2012, 07/05/2012, 25/06/2012, 30/07/2012, 17/09/2012, 22/10/2012

Enrolment Fee

A$200

Books and Materials

AUD$500 per year

Cost of uniform and tool kit:

AUD$$660 - AUD$1,300

Locations

Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney,

WHR20106 Certificate ii in hairdressing TUITION FEES: AUD$2,700 DURATION: 10 weeks (CRICOS Duration 10 weeks) CRICOS Codes: NSW 072524J Unit Code

Unit of Competency

WRHCS201A

Prepare clients for salon services

WRHCS202B

Maintain tools and equipment

WRHCS204A

Maintain and organise work areas

WRHCS205A

Follow personal health and safety routines at work

WRHCS206A

Perform head, neck and shoulder massage

WRHCS207A

Develop hairdressing industry knowledge

WRHHD201A

Dry hair to shape

SIRXCOM001A

Communicate in the workplace

SIRXIND001A

Work effectively in a retail environment

SIRXOHS001A

Apply safe working practices

WRHCL201A

Apply temporary hair colour and remove residual colour products

WRHHD202A

Apply single, two and three strand braiding techniques

WRHWP201A

Assist colleagues providing multiple salon services as a team member

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Student Success Story

Pengfei Zhang China

Diploma of Hairdressing On the first day in class at Carrick the teacher told us about the harmony of multiculturalism here and that’s exactly what I foun d: people are really friendly and Carrick is just like a big family that accepts everyone without any gap s. Credit should be given to the professional training and the teachers at Carrick. The most important things I’ve learned here are: hav ing interests, building confide nce and never giving up.


WRH30109 Certificate III in Hairdressing

WRH40109 certificate iv in hairdressing

TUITION FEES: AUD$12,220 DURATION: 40 weeks (CRICOS Duration 50 weeks) CRICOS Codes: NSW 072525G, SA 073575A, VIC 072393D WORK BASED TRAINING: 64 HOURS

TUITION FEES: AUD$5,400 DURATION: 20 weeks (CRICOS Duration 26 weeks) CRICOS Codes: NSW 072526G, SA 073576M, VIC 072392E PREREQUISITE: Certificate III in Hairdressing

Stage 1 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

WRHCS201A

Prepare clients for salon services

WRHCS202B

Maintain tools and equipment

WRHCS204A

Maintain and organise work areas

WRHCS205A

Follow personal health and safety routines at work

SIRCOM001A

Pathways

University of South Australia Bachelor of Business - Credits granted: 4.5

Stage 1 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

WRHHC410B

Design and perform creative haircuts

Communicate in the workplace

WRHCL406B

Solve complex colour problems

SIRIND001A

Work effectively in a retail environment

WRHHD406B

Work as a session stylist

SIRXOHS001A

Apply safe working practices

WRHHD304B

Design and apply long hair design finishes

WRHHS301A

Apply the principles of hairdressing science

WRHCL305B

WRHHS302A

Consult with clients and treat hair and scalp conditions

Perform on scalp full head and re-touch bleach services

Stage 2

Stage 2 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SIRXMER005A Create a display for a small business

WRHHC301A

Design haircut structures

SIRXMGT001A Coordinate work teams

WRHHC302A

Apply one length/solid haircut structures

SIRXOHS002A Maintain store safety

WRHHC303A

Apply graduated haircut structures

SIRXSLS004A

Build relationships with customers

WRHHC304A

Apply layered haircut structures

SIRXINV002A

Maintain and order stock

WRHHC305A

Apply over-comb techniques

SIRXFIN001A

Balancepoint-of-sale terminal

WRHHC306B

Combine haircut structures on women

WRHHC307B

Combine haircut structures for traditional and classic designs on men

WRHHC308B

Design and maintain beards and moustaches

Stage 3 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

WRHHD202A

Apply single, two and three strand braiding techniques

WRHHD303A

Design and apply short to medium-length hair design finishes

WRHCR302B

Perform chemical curling and volumising services

WRHCR303B

Perform chemical straightening and relaxing services

WRBCS201B

Conduct financial transactions

WRHCS308A

Plan services for special events

Stage 4 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

WRHCL302B

Colour and lighten hair

WRHCL303B

Design and perform full and partial highlighting techniques

WRHCL304A

Perform colour correction

WRHWP302A

Operate effectively as a hairdresser in a salon work team

WRBCS203B

Provide service to clients

SIRXSLS001A

Sell products and services

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Hairdressing

WRH50109 Diploma of Hairdressing Salon Management TUITION FEES: AUD$8,100 DURATION: 30 weeks (CRICOS Duration 38 weeks) CRICOS Codes: NSW 072527F, SA 073577K, VIC 072391F

Pathways

Carrick Higher Education Bachelor of Accounting - Credits granted: 5 Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management) - Credits granted: 8 University of South Australia Bachelor of Business - Credits granted: 9

Stage 1 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SIRXHRM002A

Recruit and select personnel

SIRXMGT003A

Lead and manage people

SIRXOHS003A

Provide a safe working environment

SIRXQUA002A

Lead a team and foster innovation

Entry requirements and package details

Stage 2 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

WRHSM501A

Manage hairdressing services

WRHSM502B

Promote a hairdressing business

BSBCUS501A

Manage quality customer service

Stage 3 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

BSBSBM404A

Undertake small business planning

BSBSBM406A

Manage small business finances

BSBMKG507A

Interpret market trends and developments

Refer to pages 59 and 60. Please note there are prerequisite units requirement for the Certificate iv in Hairdressing for more information please visit carrickeducation.edu.au/hairdressing Course structure and duration may vary from state to state.

The next step These courses provide an excellent pathway into Carrick Higher Education Bachelor Degrees: Bachelor of Accounting or Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management). See www.carrickeducation.edu.au for details.

Careers – where to go from here Salon Manager/Small Business Manager, Executive Manager for a hair product company, Manager for a training provider, Salon Assistant, Hairdresser, Stylist, Colourist.

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Hospitality These courses are designed to give students the confidence and skills needed to succeed in the dynamic hospitality industry. Students are trained in bartending, function duties and a la carte service. Students learn essential theory and the practical skills required to successfully manage hospitality businesses. Start date

10/01/2011, 14/02/2011, 04/04/2011, 09/05/2011, 27/06/2011, 01/08/2011, 19/09/2011, 24/10/2011, 09/01/2012, 13/02/2012, 02/04/2012, 07/05/2012, 25/06/2012, 30/07/2012, 17/09/2012, 22/10/2012

Enrolment Fee

A$200

Books and materials

AUD$500 per year

Locations

Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney

SIT30707 certificate iii in hospitality

SIT40307 Certificate iv in Hospitality

TUITION FEES: AUD$8,100 DURATION: 30 weeks (CRICOS Duration 38 weeks) CRICOS Codes: NSW 067389J, QLD 067886C, SA 067227E, VIC 067992A WORK BASED TRAINING: Approximately 200 Hours

TUITION FEES: AUD$13,500 DURATION: 50 weeks (CRICOS Duration 62 weeks) CRICOS Codes: NSW 067390E, QLD 067885D, SA 067228D, VIC 067995J WORK BASED TRAINING: Approximately 400 Hours

Stage 1 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITXOHS002A

Follow workplace hygiene procedures

SITHCCC003B

Receive and store kitchen supplies

SITHFAB009A

Provide responsible service of alcohol

SITXCOM001A

Work with colleagues and customers

SITXCOM002A

Work in a socially diverse environment

SITXFSA001A

Implement food safety procedures

SITXHRM001A

Coach others in job skills

SITXCOM003A

Deal with conflict situations

SITXINV001A

Receive and store stock

SITXOHS001B

Follow health, safety and security procedures

Stage 2 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITHFAB001C

Clean and tidy bar areas

SITHFAB003A

Serve food and beverage to customers

SITXCCS002A

Provide quality customer service

SITXFIN001A

Process financial transactions

SITHIND001B

Develop and update hospitality industry knowledge

Stage 3 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITHIND003A

Provide and coordinate hospitality service (Work placement)

Stage 1 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITXOHS002A

Follow workplace hygiene procedures

SITHCCC003B

Receive and store kitchen supplies

SITHFAB009A

Provide responsible service of alcohol

SITXCOM001A

Work with colleagues and customers

SITXCOM002A

Work in a socially diverse environment

SITXFSA001A

Implement food safety procedures

SITXHRM001A

Coach others in job skills

SITXCOM003A

Deal with conflict situations

SITXINV001A

Receive and store stock

SITXOHS001B

Follow health, safety and security procedures

Stage 2 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITHFAB001C

Clean and tidy bar areas

SITHFAB003A

Serve food and beverage to customers

SITXCCS002A

Provide quality customer service

SITXFIN001A

Process financial transactions

SITHIND001B

Develop and update hospitality industry knowledge

Stage 3 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITHIND003A

Provide and coordinate hospitality service (Work placement)

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hospitality Stage 4

Stage 2

Unit Code

Unit of Competency

Unit Code

SITXFIN003A

Interpret financial information

SITXHRM001A Coach others in job skills

SITXFIN004A

Manage finances within a budget

SITXFIN003A

Interpret financial information

SITXHRM005A

Lead and manage people

SITXFIN004A

Manage finances within a budget

SITXINV002A

Control and order stock

SITXHRM005A Lead and manage people

SITXMGT001A

Monitor work operations

SITXINV002A

SITXOHS004A

Implement and monitor workplace health safety and security practices

SITXMGT001A Monitor work operations

SITHFAB002C

Operate a bar

SITHFAB015A

Prepare and serve cocktails

SITHFAB004A

Provide food and beverage service

Stage 5 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITHFAB021A

Provide and coordinate food and beverage service (Work placement)

SIT50307 Diploma of Hospitality TUITION FEES: AUD$13,500 DURATION: 50 weeks (CRICOS Duration 62 weeks) CRICOS Code: NSW 067391D, QLD 067890G SA 067229C, VIC 067998F WORK BASED TRAINING: Approximately 200 Hours.

Students who have not completed work based training as part of a Certificate III or Certificate IV qualification from the SIT07 Training Package will be required to complete an additional 200 hours of work based training. This work based training is provided as part of the course and will be conducted off campus with our industry partners in the same state as your course.

Control and order stock

SITXOHS004B Implement and monitor workplace health, safety and security practices

Stage 3 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITHIND003A

Provide and coordinate hospitality service (Work placement)

Stage 4 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SIRXQUA001A Develop innovative ideas at work SIRXQUA002A Lead a team to foster innovation SIRXSLS001A

Sell products and services

SIRXSLS002A

Advise on products and services

SITXHRM007A Manage workplace diversity SITXMGT003A Manage projects SITXMPR003A Plan and implement sales activities SITXMPR004A Coordinate marketing activities SITXOHS005A Establish and maintain an OHS system

Stage 5 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITXADM002A Source and present information

Pathways

Carrick Higher Education Bachelor of Accounting - Credits granted 5 Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management) - Credits granted 8 University of the Sunshine Coast Bachelor of Business - Credits granted: 8

Stage 1 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

Unit of Competency

SITXADM003A Write business documents SITXADM004A Plan and manage meetings SITXCCS003A Manage quality customer service SITXFIN005A

Prepare and monitor budgets

SITXGLC001A

Develop and update legal knowledge required for business compliance

SITXHRM002A Recruit, select and induct staff

SITXOHS002A Follow workplace hygiene procedures

SITXHRM003A Roster staff

SITXOHS001B Follow health, safety and security procedures

SITXHRM006A Monitor staff performance

SITHFAB009A

Provide Responsible Service of Alcohol

SITXMGT002A Develop and implement operational plans

SITHFAB001B

Clean and tidy bar

SITXMGT006A Establish and conduct business relationships

SITHIND001B

Develop and update hospitality industry knowledge

SITXCOM001A Work with colleagues and customers SITXCOM002A Work in a socially diverse environment SITXCOM003A Deal with conflict situations SITXINV001A

Receive and store stock

SITXCCS002A Provide quality customer service SITHFAB003A

Serve food and beverages to customers

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SIT60307 Advanced Diploma of Hospitality TUITION FEES: AUD$16,200 DURATION: 60 weeks (CRICOS Duration 78 weeks) CRICOS Code: NSW 067392C, QLD 067894C, SA 067230K, VIC 067999E WORK BASED TRAINING: Approximately 200 Hours. Students

Stage 5 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITXADM002A

Source and present information

SITXADM003A

Write business documents

SITXADM004A

Plan and manage meetings

SITXCCS003A

Manage quality customer service

SITXFIN005A

Prepare and monitor budgets

SITXGLC001A

Develop and update legal knowledge required for business compliance

SITXHRM002A

Recruit, select and induct staff

Carrick Higher Education Bachelor of Accounting - Credits granted 6 Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management) - Credits granted 14 University of the Sunshine Coast Bachelor of Business - Credits granted: 12 Victoria University Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management) Credits granted: 10

SITXHRM003A

Roster staff

SITXHRM006A

Monitor staff performance

SITXMGT002A

Develop and implement operational plans

SITXMGT006A

Establish and conduct business relationships

Stage 1

who have not completed work based training as part of a Certificate III or Certificate IV qualification from the SIT07 Training Package will be required to complete an additional 200 hours of work based training. This work based training is provided as part of the course and will be conducted off campus with our industry partners in the same state as your course.

Pathways

Stage 6 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITXCOM005A

Make presentations

SITXFIN007A

Manage physical assets

SITXFIN008A

Manage financial operations

Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITXMGT004A

Develop and implement a business plan

SITXOHS002A

Follow workplace hygiene procedures

SITXMGT005A

Manage business risk

SITHFAB001B

Clean and tidy bar

SITXMPR001A

SITHFAB009A

Provide responsible service of alcohol

Coordinate the production of brochures and marketing materials

SITHIND001B

Develop and update hospitality industry knowledge

SITXMPR005A

Develop and manage marketing strategies

SITXMPR002A

Create a promotional display or stand

SITXCOM001A

Work with colleagues and customers

SITXCOM002A

Work in a socially diverse environment

entry requirements and package details

SITXCOM003A

Deal with conflict situations

SITXINV001A

Receive and store stock

Refer to pages 59 and 60. More information at: carrickeducation.edu.au/hospitality

SITHFAB003A

Serve food and beverages to customers

SITXOHS001B

Follow health, safety and security procedures

SITXCCS002A

Provide quality customer service

the next step

Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITXFIN003A

Interpret financial information

These courses provide an excellent pathway into Carrick Higher Education Bachelor Degrees: Bachelor of Accounting or Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management). See www.carrickeducation.edu.au for details.

SITXHRM001A

Coach others in job skills

SITXFIN004A

Manage finances within a budget

SITXHRM005A

Lead and manage people

SITXINV002A

Control and order stock

SITXMGT001A

Monitor work operations

SITXOHS004A

Implement and monitor workplace health, safety and security practices

Stage 2

Stage 3 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITHIND003A

Provide and coordinate hospitality service (Work Placement)

Course structure and duration may vary from state to state.

careers – where to go from here Successful completion of these qualifications may enable you to apply for positions including: Food and beverage attendant, restaurant supervisor or manager, hotel management trainee, hospitality sales and marketing trainee, personal assistant to hotel manager, bar manager, catering manager, functions supervisor.

Stage 4 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SIRXQUA001A

Develop innovative ideas at work

SIRXQUA002A

Lead a team to foster innovation

SIRXSLS001A

Sell products and services

SIRXSLS002A

Advise on products and services

SITXHRM007A

Manage workplace diversity

SITXMGT003A

Manage projects

SITXMPR003A

Plan and implement sales activities

SITXMPR004A

Coordinate marketing activities

SITXOHS005A

Establish and maintain an OHS system

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Hospitality (Commercial Cookery) These courses provide extensive training in the principles and skills of commercial food preparation. Students obtain essential skills and learn concepts relating to hospitality operations and management protocol. This prepares students for the rigours of managing a commercial kitchen. Start date

10/01/2011, 04/04/2011, 27/06/2011, 19/09/2011, 09/01/2012, 02/04/2012, 25/06/2012, 17/09/2012

Enrolment Fee

A$200

Books and materials

AUD$500 per year

Cost of uniform and tool kit

AUD$400 – AUD$500

Locations

Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney

SIT30807 Certificate iii in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery) TUITION FEES: AUD$15,275 DURATION: 50 weeks (CRICOS Duration 62 weeks) CRICOS Code: NSW 067393B, VIC 067993M, QLD 067893D WORK BASED TRAINING: Approximately 300 Hours

Stage 1 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITXOHS002A

Follow workplace hygiene procedures

SITHCCC001B

Organise and prepare food

SITHCCC002A

Present food

SITHCCC003B

Receive and store kitchen supplies

SITHCCC004B

Clean and maintain kitchen premises

SITHCCC005A

Use basic methods of cookery

SITHCCC006A

Prepare appetisers and salads

SITXCOM001A

Work with colleagues and customers

SITXCOM002A

Work in a socially diverse environment

SITXOHS001B

Follow health, safety and security procedures

HLTFA301B

Apply first aid

Stage 2

Stage 4 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITHCCC028A

Prepare, cook and serve food for menus (Work Placement)

Stage 5 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITHCCC029A

Prepare foods according to dietary and cultural needs Plan and prepare food for buffets Provide quality customer service Receive and store stock Coach others in job skills Deal with conflict situations Develop and update hospitality industry knowledge

SITHCCC015A SITHCCS002A SITXINV001A SITXHRM001A SITXCOM003A SITHIND001AB

SIT40407 Certificate IV in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery) TUITION FEES: AUD$18,330 DURATION: 60 weeks (CRICOS Duration 78 weeks) CRICOS Code: NSW 067394A, VIC 067997G, QLD 067888A WORK BASED TRAINING: Approximately 300 Hours

Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITHCCC008A

Prepare stocks, sauces and soups

Stage 1

SITHCCC016A

Develop cost effective menus

Unit Code

SITHCCC009A

Prepare vegetables, fruit, eggs and farinaceous dishes

SITXOHS002A Follow workplace hygiene procedures

SITHCCC011A

Select, prepare and cook seafood

SITXFSA001A

Implement food safety procedures

SITHCC010A

Select, prepare and cook poultry

Unit of Competency

SITHCCC001B Organise and prepare food SITHCCC002A Present food SITHCCC003B Receive and store kitchen supplies SITHCCC004B Clean and maintain kitchen premises SITHCCC005A Use basic methods of cookery

Stage 3 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITHCCC012A SITHCCC014A SITHCCC027A SITHCCC028A

Select, prepare and cook meat Prepare pastries, cakes and yeast goods Prepare, cook and serve food for food service Prepare, cook and serve food for menus (Work Placement)

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SITHCCC006A Prepare appetisers and salads SITXCOM001A Work with colleagues and customers SITXCOM002A Work in a socially diverse environment SITXOHS001B Follow health, safety and security procedures HLTFA301B

Apply first aid


Stage 2 Unit Code

Stage 1 Unit of Competency

SITHCCC008A Prepare stocks, sauces and soups SITHCCC009A Prepare vegetables, fruit, eggs and farinaceous dishes SITHCCC011A Select, prepare and cook seafood SITCCC016A Develop cost effective menus SITXFSA001A Implement food safety procedures SITHCCC010A Select, prepare and cook poultry

Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITXOHS002A SITHCCC003B SITHCCC004B SITHIND001B

Follow workplace hygiene procedures Receive and store kitchen supplies Clean and maintain kitchen premises Develop and update hospitality industry knowledge Work with colleagues and customers Work in a socially diverse environment Deal with conflict situations Coach others in job skills Receive and store stock Implement food safety procedures Follow health, safety and security procedures Provide quality customer service

SITHCCC013A Prepare hot and cold desserts

SITXCOM001A SITXCOM002A SITXCOM003A SITXHRM001A SITXINV001A SITXFSA001A SITXOHS001B SITXCCS002A

SITHCCC027A Prepare, cook and serve food for food service

Stage 2

SITHCCC028A Prepare, cook and serve food for menus

Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITXFIN003A SITXFIN004A SITXHRM005A SITXINV002A SITXMGT001A SITXOHS004B

Interpret financial information Manage finances within a budget Lead and manage people Control and order stock Monitor work operations Implement and monitor workplace health, safety and security practices

Stage 3 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITHCCC012A Select, prepare and cook meat SITHCCC014A Prepare pastries, cakes and yeast goods

(Work Placement)

Stage 4 Unit Code SITHCCC028A

Unit of Competency Prepare, cook and serve food for menus

(Work Placement)

Stage 5 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITHCCC029A Prepare foods according to dietary and cultural needs SITHCCC015A Plan and prepare food for buffets SITXCCS002A Provide quality customer service SITXINV001A Receive and store stock SITXHR001A Coach others in job skills SITXCOM003A Deal with conflict situations SITHIND001B Develop and update hospitality industry knowledge

Stage 6 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITHCCC026A SITHCCC033B SITXFIN003A SITXFIN004A SITHCCC025A SITXFSA002A SITXHRM005A SITXINV002A SITXMGT001A SITXOHS004B

Establish and maintain quality control of food Apply catering control principles Interpret financial information Manage finances within a budget Monitor catering revenue and costs Develop and implement a food safety program Lead and manage people Control and order stock Monitor work operations Implement and monitor workplace health, safety and security practices

SIT50307 Diploma of Hospitality TUITION FEES: AUD$13,500 DURATION: 50 weeks (CRICOS Duration 62 weeks) CRICOS Code: NSW 067391D, VIC 067998F, QLD 067890G WORK BASED TRAINING: Approximately 200 Hours.

Students who have not completed work based training as part of a Certificate III or Certificate IV qualification from the SIT07 Training Package will be required to complete an additional 200 hours of work based training. This work based training is provided as part of the course and will be conducted off campus with our industry partners in the same state as your course.

Stage 3 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITHCCC028A Prepare, cook and serve food for menus

Stage 4 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SIRXQUA001A SIRXQUA002A SIRXSLS001A SIRXSLS002A SITXHRM007A SITXMGT003A SITXMPR003A SITXMPR004A SITXOHS005A

Develop innovative ideas at work Lead a team to foster innovation Sell products and services Advise on products and services Manage workplace diversity Manage projects Plan and implement sales activities Coordinate marketing activities Establish and maintain an OHS system

Stage 5 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITXADM002A SITXADM003A SITXADM004A SITXCCS003A SITXFIN005A SITXGLC001A

Source and present information Write business documents Plan and manage meetings Manage quality customer service Prepare and monitor budgets Develop and update legal knowledge required for business compliance Recruit, select and induct staff Roster staff Monitor staff performance Develop and implement operational plans Establish and conduct business relationships

SITXHRM002A SITXHRM003A SITXHRM006A SITXMGT002A SITXMGT006A

Pathways Carrick Higher Education Bachelor of Accounting - Credits granted 5 Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management) - Credits granted 8 University of the Sunshine Coast Bachelor of Business - Credits granted: 8

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hospitality (Commercial Cookery) SIT60307 Advanced Diploma of Hospitality TUITION FEES: AUD$16,200 DURATION: 60 weeks (CRICOS Duration 78 weeks) CRICOS Code: NSW 067392C, VIC 067999E, QLD 067894C WORK BASED TRAINING: Approximately 200 Hours. Students who have not completed work based training as part of a Certificate III or Certificate IV qualification from the SIT07 Training Package will be required to complete an additional 200 hours of work based training. This work based training is provided as part of the course and will be conducted off campus with our industry partners in the same state as your course.

Pathways

Carrick Higher Education Bachelor of Accounting - Credits granted 6 Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management) - Credits granted 14 University of the Sunshine Coast Bachelor of Business - Credits granted: 12 Victoria University Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management) Credits granted: 10

Stage 1 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITXOHS002A SITHCCC003B SITHCCC004B SITHIND001B

Follow workplace hygiene procedures Receive and store kitchen supplies Clean and maintain kitchen premises Develop and update hospitality industry knowledge Work with colleagues and customers Work in a socially diverse environment Deal with conflict situations Coach others in job skills Receive and store stock Implement food safety procedures Follow health, safety and security procedures Provide quality customer service

SITXCOM001A SITXCOM002A SITXCOM003A SITXHRM001A SITXINV001A SITXFSA001A SITXOHS001B SITXCCS002A

Stage 2 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITXFIN003A SITXFIN004A SITXHRM005A SITXINV002A SITXMGT001A SITXOHS004B

Interpret financial information Manage finances within a budget Lead and manage people Control and order stock Monitor work operations Implement and monitor workplace health, safety and security practices

Stage 3 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITHCCC028A

Prepare, cook and serve food for menus

Stage 4 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SIRXQUA001A SIRXQUA002A SIRXSLS001A SIRXSLS002A SITXHRM007A SITXMGT003A SITXMPR003A SITXMPR004A SITXOHS005A

Develop innovative ideas at work Lead a team to foster innovation Sell products and services Advise on products and services Manage workplace diversity Manage projects Plan and implement sales activities Coordinate marketing activities Establish and maintain an OHS system

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Stage 5 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITXADM002A SITXADM003A SITXADM004A SITXCCS003A SITXFIN005A SITXGLC001A

Source and present information Write business documents Plan and manage meetings Manage quality customer service Prepare and monitor budgets Develop and update legal knowledge required for business compliance Recruit, select and induct staff Roster staff Monitor staff performance Develop and implement operational plans Establish and conduct business relationships

SITXHRM002A SITXHRM003A SITXHRM006A SITXMGT002A SITXMGT006A

Stage 6 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITXCOM005A SITXFIN007A SITXFIN008A SITXMGT004A SITXMGT005A SITXMPR001A

Make presentations Manage physical assets Manage financial operations Develop and implement a business plan Manage business risk Coordinate the production of brochures and marketing materials Develop and manage marketing strategies Create a promotional display or stand

SITXMPR005A SITXMPR002A

Entry requirements and package details Refer to pages 59 and 60. Course structure and duration may vary from state to state.

The next step These courses provide an excellent pathway into Carrick Higher Education Bachelor Degrees: Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management). See www.carrickeducation.edu.au for details.

Careers – where to go from here Successful completion of these qualifications may enable you to apply for positions including: Chef, sous chef, hospitality sales and marketing trainee, kitchen worker, personal assistant to hotel manager, catering manager.


Hospitality (Patisserie) These courses provide students with extensive training in the art of patisserie. Students obtain the qualification required to work as a patisserie chef and are trained for operational, supervisory and management roles within the hospitality industry. Students develop the broad range of skills required for this industry. Subjects covered include complex sweet items, yeast goods, events catering and management skills. Start date

10/01/2011, 04/04/2011, 27/06/2011, 19/09/2011, 09/01/2012, 02/04/2012, 25/06/2012, 17/09/2012

Enrolment Fee

A$200

Books and materials

AUD$500 per year

Cost of uniform and tool kit

AUD$450 - AUD$550

Locations

Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney

SIT31107 Certificate III in Hospitality (Patisserie) TUITION FEES: AUD$12,220 DURATION: 40 weeks (CRICOS 50 weeks) CRICOS Code: NSW 067395M, QLD 067892E, VIC 067994K WORK BASED TRAINING: Approximately 60 Hours

Stage 3

Stage 1 Unit Code

SITHCCC003B SITXCOM001A SITXCOM002A SITXHRM001A SITHCCC002A SITHCCC005A SITXOHS002B SITHCCC001B SITHCCC004B

Unit of Competency

Receive and store kitchen supplies Work with colleagues and customers Work in a socially diverse environment Coach others in job skills Present food Use basic methods of cookery Follow workplace hygiene procedures Organise and prepare food Clean and maintain kitchen premises

Stage 2 Unit Code

SITHPAT001A SITHPAT002A SITXCCS002A SITHIND001B SITHCCC029A

Unit Code

SITXOHS001A SITHPAT003A SITXPAT004A SITXFSA001A SITHCCC027A

Prepare and produce pastries Prepare and produce cakes Provide quality customer service Develop and update hospitality industry knowledge Prepare foods according to dietary and cultural needs

Follow health, safety and security procedures Prepare and produce yeast goods Prepare bakery products for patisseries Implement food safety procedures Prepare, cook and serve food for food service (Work placement)

Stage 4 Unit Code

SITHPAT005A Unit of Competency

Unit of Competency

SITHCCC013A SITHPAT006A SITXCOM003A SITXIN001A

Unit of Competency

Prepare and present gateaux, tortes and cakes Prepare hot and cold desserts Present desserts Deal with conflict situations Receive and store stock

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hospitality (Patisserie) SIT50307 diploma of hospitality TUITION FEES: AUD$13,500 DURATION: 50 weeks (CRICOS Duration 62 weeks CRICOS Code: NSW 067391D, QLD 067890G, VIC 067998F WORK BASED TRAINING: Approximately 200 Hours. Students who have not completed work based training as part of a Certificate III or Certificate IV qualification from the SIT07 Training Package will be required to complete an additional 200 hours of work based training. This work based training is provided as part of the course and will be conducted off campus with our industry partners in the same state as your course.

Pathways Carrick Higher Education Bachelor of Accounting - Credits granted 5 Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management) - Credits granted 8 University of the Sunshine Coast Bachelor of Business - Credits granted: 8

Stage 1 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITXOHS002A SITHCCC003B SITHCCC004B SITHIND001B

Follow workplace hygiene procedures Receive and store kitchen supplies Clean and maintain kitchen premises Develop and update hospitality industry knowledge SITXCOM001A Work with colleagues and customers SITXCOM002A Work in a socially diverse environment SITXCOM003A Deal with conflict situations SITXHRM001A SITXINV001A SITXFSA001A SITXOHS001B SITXCCS002A

Coach others in job skills Receive and store stock Implement food safety procedures Follow health, safety and security procedures Provide quality customer service

Stage 2 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITXFIN003A SITXFIN004A SITXHRM005A SITXINV002A SITXMGT001A SITXOHS004B

Interpret financial information Manage finances within a budget Lead and manage people Control and order stock Monitor work operations Implement and monitor workplace health, safety and security practices

Stage 3 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITHIND003A

Provide and coordinate hospitality service (Work Placement)

Stage 4 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SIRXQUA001A SIRXQUA002A SIRXSLS001A SIRXSLS002A SITXHRM007A SITXMGT003A SITXMPR003A SITXMPR004A SITXOHS005A

Develop innovative ideas at work Lead a team to foster innovation Sell products and services Advise on products and services Manage workplace diversity Manage projects Plan and implement sales activities Coordinate marketing activities Establish and maintain an OHS system

Stage 5 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITXADM002A SITXADM003A SITXADM004A SITXCCS003A SITXFIN005A SITXGLC001A

Source and present information Write business documents Plan and manage meetings Manage quality customer service Prepare and monitor budgets Develop and update legal knowledge required for business compliance Recruit, select and induct staff Roster staff Monitor staff performance Develop and implement operational plans Establish and conduct business relationships

SITXHRM002A SITXHRM003A SITXHRM006A SITXMGT002A SITXMGT006A

SIT60307 advanced diploma of hospitality TUITION FEES: AUD$16,200 DURATION: 60 weeks (CRICOS Duration 78 weeks) CRICOS Course Code: NSW 067392C, QLD 067894C, VIC 067999E WORK BASED TRAINING: Approximately 200 Hours.

Students who have not completed work based training as part of a Certificate III or Certificate IV qualification from the SIT07 Training Package will be required to complete an additional 200 hours of work based training. This work based training is provided as part of the course and will be conducted off campus with our industry partners in the same state as your course.

Pathways Carrick Higher Education Bachelor of Accounting - Credits granted 6 Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management) Credits granted 14 University of the Sunshine Coast Bachelor of Business - Credits granted: 12 Victoria University Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management) Credits granted: 10

Stage 1 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITXOHS002A SITHCCC003B SITHCCC004B SITHIND001B

Follow workplace hygiene procedures Receive and store kitchen supplies Clean and maintain kitchen premises Develop and update hospitality industry knowledge Work with colleagues and customers Work in a socially diverse environment Deal with conflict situations Coach others in job skills Receive and store stock Implement food safety procedures Follow health, safety and security procedures Provide quality customer service

SITXCOM001A SITXCOM002A SITXCOM003A SITXHRM001A SITXINV001A SITXFSA001A SITXOHS001B SITXCCS002A

Stage 2 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITXFIN003A SITXFIN004A SITXHRM005A SITXINV002A SITXMGT001A SITXOHS004B

Interpret financial information Manage finances within a budget Lead and manage people Control and order stock Monitor work operations Implement and monitor workplace health, safety and security practices

Stage 3

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Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITHIND003A

Provide and coordinate hospitality service (Work Placement)


entry requirements and package details

Stage 4 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SIRXQUA001A SIRXQUA002A SIRXSLS001A SIRXSLS002A SITXHRM007A SITXMGT003A SITXMPR003A SITXMPR004A SITXOHS005A

Develop innovative ideas at work Lead a team to foster innovation Sell products and services Advise on products and services Manage workplace diversity Manage projects Plan and implement sales activities Coordinate marketing activities Establish and maintain an OHS system

Stage 5 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITXADM002A SITXADM003A SITXADM004A SITXCCS003A SITXFIN005A SITXGLC001A

Source and present information Write business documents Plan and manage meetings Manage quality customer service Prepare and monitor budgets Develop and update legal knowledge required for business compliance Recruit, select and induct staff Roster staff Monitor staff performance Develop and implement operational plans Establish and conduct business relationships

SITXHRM002A SITXHRM003A SITXHRM006A SITXMGT002A SITXMGT006A

Stage 6 Unit Code

SITXCOM005A SITXFIN007A SITXFIN008A SITXMGT004A SITXMGT005A SITXMPR001A

Unit of Competency

Make presentations Manage physical assets Manage financial operations Develop and implement a business plan Manage business risk Coordinate the production of brochures and marketing materials SITXMPR005A Develop and manage marketing strategies SITXMPR002A Create a promotional display or stand

Refer to pages 59 and 60. More information at: carrickeducation.edu.au/patisserie Course structure and duration may vary from state to state.

the next step This course provides an excellent pathway into Carrick Higher Education Bachelor Degrees: Bachelor of Accounting or Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management). See www.carrickeducation.edu.au for details.

careers – where to go from here Successful completion of these qualifications may enable you to apply for positions including: Patisserie chef, hospitality sales and marketing trainee, kitchen worker to hotel manager, catering manager.

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Management Management courses at Carrick provide graduates with practical skills needed for success and are suitable for supervisors and managers at all levels and in all industries. They are also suited for individuals who are aspiring to a supervisory or management role. Start date

10/01/2011, 14/02/2011, 04/04/2011, 09/05/2011, 27/06/2011, 01/08/2011, 19/09/2011, 24/10/2011, 09/01/2012, 13/02/2012, 02/04/2012, 07/05/2012, 25/06/2012, 30/07/2012, 17/09/2012, 22/10/2012

Enrolment Fee

A$200

Books and materials

AUD$500

Locations

Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney

BSB40807 Certificate iv in frontline management TUITION FEES: AUD$5,400 DURATION: 20 weeks (CRICOS Duration 26 weeks) CRICOS Codes: NSW 069988C, QLD 069769C, SA 069291C, VIC 069850K

TUITION FEES AUD$5,400 DURATION: 20 weeks (CRICOS Duration 26 weeks) CRICOS Codes: NSW 069986E, QLD 069770K, SA 069293A, VIC 069852G

Pathways Carrick Higher Education

Stage 1 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

BSBMGT401A BSBMGT402A BSBOHS407A BSBCUS402A BSBINM401A

Show leadership in the workplace Implement operational plan Monitor a safe workplace Address customer needs Implement workplace information system

Stage 2 Unit Code

BSB51107 Diploma of Management

Unit of Competency

BSBWOR402A BSBINN301A BSBMGT403A BSBRSK401A

Promote team effectiveness Promote innovation in ateam environment Implement continuous improvement Identify risk and apply risk managemtn processes BSBWOR401A Establish effective workplace relationships

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Bachelor of Accounting - Credits granted 5 Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management) - Credits granted 8

Stage 1 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

BSBCUS501A BSBMGT502B BSBHRM402A BSBRSK501A

Manage quality customer service Manage people performance Recruit, select and induct staff Manage risk

Stage 2 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

BSBMGT515A BSBMGT516A BSBPMG510A BSBWOR502A

Manage operational plan Facilitate continuous improvement Manage projects Ensure team effectiveness


BSB60407 Advanced Diploma of Management TUITION FEES: AUD$5,400 DURATION: 20 weeks (CRICOS Duration 26 weeks) CRICOS Codes: NSW 069989B, QLD 069771J, SA 069295K, VIC 069855E PREREQUISITE: Diploma of Management or Diploma of Business Pathways Carrick Higher Education Bachelor of Accounting - Credits granted 5 Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management) - Credits granted 8

Refer to pages 59 and 60. Please note the entry requirement for the Advanced Diploma of Management is successful completion of the Diploma of Management. Course structure and duration may vary from state to state.

The next step These courses provide an excellent pathway into Carrick Higher Education Bachelor Degrees: Bachelor of Accounting or Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management). See www.carrickeducation.edu.au for details.

Careers – where to go from here Successful completion of these qualifications may enable you to apply for positions including:

Stage 1 Unit Code

Entry requirements and package details

Unit of Competency

BSBOHS601B Develop a systematic approach to managing OHS BSBINN601A Manage organisational change BSBMGT605B Provide leadership across the organisation BSBMGT616A Develop and implement strategic plans

Sales, Marketing, Market Research, Marketing Communications, Business Administration

Stage 2 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

BSBFIM601A Manage finances BSBMGT608B Manage innovation and continuous improvement BSBMGT617A Develop and implement a business plan BSBMKG609A Develop a marketing plan

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Marketing Marketing courses have been designed for individuals who want a career in the business, sales and marketing fields. Courses focus on ways in which students can learn strategies to position and promote a product from the conceptual stage to when it reaches the market place. Marketing opportunities and trends are evaluated in a practical and contemporary manner. Start date

10/01/2011, 14/02/2011, 04/04/2011, 09/05/2011, 27/06/2011, 01/08/2011, 19/09/2011, 24/10/2011, 09/01/2012, 13/02/2012, 02/04/2012, 07/05/2012, 25/06/2012, 30/07/2012, 17/09/2012, 22/10/2012

Enrolment Fee

A$200

Books and materials

AUD$500

Locations

Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney

BSB41307 Certificate iv in marketing

BSB51207 Diploma of Marketing

TUITION FEES: AUD$5,400 DURATION: 20 weeks (CRICOS Duration 26 weeks) CRICOS Codes: NSW 067380G, QLD 067606E, SA 067233G, VIC 068004A

TUITION FEES: AUD$8,100 DURATION: 30 weeks (CRICOS Duration 38 weeks) CRICOS Codes: NSW 067382E, QLD 067610J, SA 067234F, VIC 068005M

Pathways

Pathways

University of South Australia Bachelor of Marketing - Credits granted: 9

Stage 1 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

BSBCMM401A Make a presentation BSBMKG401B Profile the market BSBMKG402B Analyse consumer behaviour for specific markets BSBMKG408B Conduct market research BSBPRO401A Develop product knowledge

Stage 2 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

BSBSLS402A BSBSLS403A BSBSLS404A BSBSLS405A BSBSLS406A

Identify sales prospects Present a sales solution Secure prospect commitment Support post-sale activities Self-manage sales performance

Carrick Higher Education Bachelor of Accounting - Credits granted 5 Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management) - Credits granted 8 University of the Sunshine Coast Bachelor of Business - Credits granted: 8 University of South Australia Bachelor of Marketing - Credits granted: 8

Stage 1 (ADBM005) Unit Code

Unit of Competency

BSBMKG514A Implement and monitor marketing activities BSBMKG501B Identify and evaluate marketing opportunities BSBMKG502B Establish and adjust the marketing mix

Stage 2 (ADBM006) Unit Code

Unit of Competency

BSBMKG506B Plan market research BSBMKG507A Interpret market trends and developments BSBADV507B Develop a media plan

Stage 3 (ADBM007) Unit Code

BSBADV511A

Unit of Competency

Evaluate and recommend advertising media options BSBMKG508A Plan direct marketing activities

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BSB60507 Advanced Diploma of Marketing

Entry requirements and package details

TUITION FEES: AUD$8,100 DURATION: 30 weeks (CRICOS Duration 38 weeks) CRICOS Codes: NSW 067383D, QLD 067611G, SA 067235E, VIC 068006K PREREQUISITE: Diploma of Marketing

Refer to pages 59 and 60. Please note the entry requirement for the Advanced Diploma of Marketing is successful completion of the Diploma of Marketing.

Pathways Carrick Higher Education Bachelor of Accounting - Credits granted 5 Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management) - Credits granted 8 University of the Sunshine Coast Bachelor of Business - Credits granted: 12 University of South Australia Bachelor of Marketing - Credits granted: 18

Stage 1 (ADBM008) Unit Code

Unit of Competency

BSBMKG609A Develop a marketing plan BSBMKG603B Manage the marketing process BSBMKG607B Manage market research

Course structure and duration may vary from state to state.

The next step These courses provide an excellent pathway into Carrick Higher Education Bachelor Degrees: Bachelor of Accounting or Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management). See www.carrickeducation.edu.au for details.

Careers – where to go from here Successful completion of these qualifications may enable you to apply for positions including: Sales, Marketing, Market Research, Marketing Communications, Business Administration

Stage 2 (ADBM009) Unit Code

Unit of Competency

BSBMKG608B Develop organisational marketing objectives BSBMKG605B Evaluate international marketing opportunities

Stage 3 (ADBM010) Unit Code

Unit of Competency

BSBMGT605B Provide leadership across the organisation BSBMKG617A Develop and implement a business plan BSBDIV601A Develop and implement a diversity policy

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Tourism and Travel These courses provide students with the relevant practical experience and knowledge needed to enter the tourism and travel industry. Students learn how to prepare quotations for domestic, international and promotional airfares. Students gain the skills required to promote and sell travel destinations, operate a computerised reservation system and coordinate supplier services. Start date

10/01/2011, 14/02/2011, 04/04/2011, 09/05/2011, 27/06/2011, 01/08/2011, 19/09/2011, 24/10/2011, 09/01/2012, 13/02/2012, 02/04/2012, 07/05/2012, 25/06/2012, 30/07/2012, 17/09/2012, 22/10/2012

Enrolment Fee

A$200

Books and materials

AUD$500

Locations

Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney

SIT20107 Certificate ii in Tourism

Stage 2

TUITION FEES: AUD$2,700 DURATION: 10 weeks (CRICOS Duration 10 weeks) CRICOS Codes: NSW 071326A, QLD 067884E, SA 068837D, VIC 068008G

Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITTTSL003A

Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITTIND001B SITXCOM001A SITXCOM002A SITXOHS001B BSBWOR204A SITXADM001A SITXCCS001A SITTTSL002A SITTTSL009B SITTTSL007B SITXCOM004A

Develop and update tourism industry knowledge Work with colleagues and customers Work in a socially diverse environment Follow health safety and security procedures Use business technology Perform office procedures Provide visitor information Access and interpret product information Process travel-related documentation Receive and process reservations Communicate on the telephone

SITXCOM003A SITXHRM001A SITXMGT001A SITXHRM005A

Source and provide international destination information and advice Source and provide Australian destination information and advice Deal with conflict situations Coach others in job skills Monitor work operations Lead and manage people

SIT30107 Certificate iii in Tourism TUITION FEES: AUD$5,400 DURATION: 20 weeks (CRICOS Duration 26 weeks) CRICOS Course Codes: SA 068838C, NSW 071324C, QLD 067887B, VIC 068009G

Stage 1 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITXADM001A SITXCOM001A SITXCOM002A SITTIND001B SITXOHS001B SITXCCS001A SITTTSL002A SITTTSL009B BSBWOR204A

Perform office procedures Work with colleagues and customers Work in a socially diverse environment Develop and update tourism knowledge Follow health, safety and security procedures Provide visitor information Access and interpret product information Process travel-related documentation Use business technology

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SITTTSL004A

SIT40207 Certificate iv in Tourism TUITION FEES: AUD$10,800 DURATION: 40 weeks (CRICOS Duration 50 weeks) CRICOS Course Codes: SA 068839B, NSW 071323D, QLD 067882G, VIC 068010C

Stage 1 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITXADM001A SITXCOM001A SITXCOM002A SITTIND001B

Perform office procedures Work with colleagues and customers Work in a socially diverse environment Develop and update tourism industry knowledge SITXOHS001B Follow, health, safety and security procedures SITXCCS001A Provide visitor information SITTTSL002A Access and interpret product information SITTTSL009B Process travel-related documentation BSBWOR204A Use business technology

Stage 2 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITXCOM003A Deal with conflict situations SITTTSL003A Source and provide international destination information and advice SITTTSL004A Source and provide Australian destination information and advice SITXMGT001A Monitor work operations SITXHRM005A Lead and manage people SITXMGT001A Coach others in job skills


Stage 3

Stage 5

Unit Code

Unit of Competency

Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITTTSL006B SITTTSL010B

Prepare quotations Control reservations or operations using a computerised system Construct normal international airfares Construct promotional international airfares Construct domestic airfares

SITTPPD001A

Research, assess and develop tourism products Coordinate and operate a tour Prepare and monitor budgets Develop and update legal knowledge required for business compliance Manage quality customer service Establish and conduct business relationships Identify hazards and assess and control safety risks Develop and implement operational plans

SITTTSL013B SITTTSL014B SITTTSL012B

Stage 4 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITXADM003A BSBITU306A SITXFIN003A SITXFIN004A SITXOHS004B

Write business documents Design and produce business documents Interpret financial information Manage finances within a budget Implement and monitor workplace health, safety and security practices

SIT50107 Diploma of Tourism TUITION FEES: AUD$13,500 DURATION: 50 weeks (CRICOS Duration 62 weeks) CRICOS Course Codes: SA 068840J, QLD 067081F, NSW 071322E, VIC 068012A

Pathways Carrick Higher Education Bachelor of Accounting - Credits granted 5 Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management) - Credits granted 8 University of the Sunshine Coast Bachelor of Business - Credits granted: 8

Stage 1 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITXADM001A SITXCOM001A SITXCOM002A SITTIND001B

Perform office procedures Work with colleagues and customers Work in a socially diverse environment Develop and update tourism industry knowledge SITXOHS001B Follow, health, safety and security procedures SITXCCS001A Provide visitor information SITTTSL002A Access and interpret product information SITTTSL009B Process travel-related documentation BSBWOR204A Use business technology

Stage 2

SITTGDE003A SITXFIN005A SITXGLC001A SITXCCS003A SITXMGT006A SITXOHS003B SITXMGT002A

SIT60107 Advanced Diploma of Tourism TUITION FEES: AUD$16,200 DURATION: 60 weeks (CRICOS Duration 78 weeks) CRICOS Codes: SA 068841G, NSW 071321F, QLD 067883F, VIC 068012A

Pathways Carrick Higher Education Bachelor of Accounting - Credits granted 6 Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management) - Credits granted 12 University of the Sunshine Coast Bachelor of Business - Credits granted: 12

Stage 1 Unit Code

Perform office procedures Work with colleagues and customers Work in a socially diverse environment Develop and update tourism industry knowledge SITXOHS001B Follow, health, safety and security procedures SITXCCS001A Provide visitor information SITTTSL002A Access and interpret product information SITTTSL009B Process travel-related documentation BSBWOR204A Use business technology

Stage 2 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITTTSL003A

Source and provide international destination information and advice Source and provide Australian destination information and advice Deal with conflict situations Coach others in job skills Monitor work operations Lead and manage people

SITTTSL004A

Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITTTSL003A

Source and provide international destination information and advice Source and provide Australian destination information and advice Deal with conflict situations Coach others in job skills Monitor work operations Lead and manage people

SITXCOM003A SITXHRM001A SITXMGT001A SITXHRM005A

Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITTTSL006B SITTTSL010B

Prepare quotations Control reservations or operations using a computerised system Construct domestic airfares Construct normal international airfares Construct promotional international airfares

SITTTSL012B SITTTSL013B SITTTSL014B

SITTTSL004A SITXCOM003A SITXHRM001A SITXMGT001A SITXHRM005A

Stage 3

SITTTSL012B SITTTSL013B SITTTSL014B

Stage 4 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITXADM003A BSBITU306A SITXFIN003A SITXFIN004A SITXOHS004B

Write business documents Design and produce business documents Interpret financial information Manage finances within a budget Implement and monitor workplace health, safety and security practices

Unit of Competency

SITXADM001A SITXCOM001A SITXCOM002A SITTIND001B

Stage 3 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITTTSL006B SITTTSL010B

Prepare quotations Control reservations or operations using a computerised system Construct domestic airfares Construct normal international airfares Construct promotional international airfares

Stage 4 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITXADM003A BSBITU306A SITXFIN003A SITXFIN004A SITXOHS004B

Write business documents Design and produce business documents Interpret financial information Manage finances within a budget Implement and monitor workplace health, safety and security practices

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TOURISM

Entry requirements and package details

Stage 5 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITTPPD001A

Research, assess and develop tourism products Coordinate and operate a tour Prepare and monitor budgets Develop and update legal knowledge required for business compliance Manage quality customer service Establish and conduct business relationships Identify hazards and assess and control safety risks Develop and implement operational plans

SITTGDE003A SITXFIN005A SITXGLC001A SITXCCS003A SITXMGT006A SITXOHS003B SITXMGT002A

Stage 6 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

SITXFIN008A SITXHRM007A SITXMGT004A SITXMGT005A SITXMPR005A SITXOHS005A SITTPPD002A

Manage financial operations Manage Workplace Diversity Develop and implement a business plan Manage business risk Develop and manage marketing strategies Establish and maintain an OH&S system Research Tourism Data

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Refer to pages 59 and 60. More information at: carrickeducation.edu.au/tourism Course structure and duration may vary from state to state.

The next step This course provides an excellent pathway into Carrick Higher Education Bachelor Degrees: Bachelor of Accounting or Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management). See www.carrickeducation.edu.au for details.

Careers – where to go from here Successful completion of these qualifications may enable you to apply for positions including: hotel and resort management, regional tourism development, government and public service, tourism research and consulting, passenger and transport services, tour operations, wholesale travel, attraction management, destination management, marketing and sales, ecotourism and tourism advertising.


Course Packages Packaging courses means combining the trade skills taught at certificate level with the business management skills taught at diploma and advanced diploma levels. Packaging is popular with students as it enables you to gain a well rounded qualification taking you one step closer to that dream job. There is a vast array of packages available and you may want to talk to our admissions team to work out what package best suits you and your career goals. Credit transfers are available for some course packages. Here is a list of our most popular course packaging options. Children’s Services • Certificate III + Diploma (Duration 2 years 9 months) Beauty Therapy • Certificate II + Diploma (Duration 2 years) Commercial Cookery • Certificate iii + Certificate IV (Duration 1 year 6 months) • Certificate III + Diploma (Duration 2 years) • Certificate III + Advanced Diploma (Duration 2 years 3 months)

Marketing • Certificate IV + Diploma (Duration 1 year 3 months) • Certificate IV + Diploma + Advanced Diploma (Duration 2 years) Management • Certificate IV + Diploma (Duration 1 year) • Certificate IV + Diploma + Advanced Diploma (Duration 1 year 6 months)

Student Success Story

Hairdressing • Certificate III + Certificate IV + Diploma (Duration 2 years 3 months) Patisserie • Certificate III + Diploma (Duration 2 years) • Certificate III + Advanced Diploma (Duration 2 years 3 months) Business • Certificate III + Certificate IV + Diploma (Duration 1 year 9 months) • Certificate III + Certificate IV + Diploma + Advanced Diploma (Duration 2 years 6 months) • Certificate IV + Diploma (Duration 1 year 3 months) • Certificate IV + Diploma + Advanced Diploma (Duration 2 years) Hospitality • Certificate IV + Diploma • Certificate IV + Advanced Diploma Events • Certificate III in Tourism + Diploma of Events (Duration 1 year 6 months) • Certificate III in Business + Diploma of Events (Duration 1 year 6 months) • Certificate III in Hospitality + Diploma of Events (Duration 1 year 9 months)

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Visit www.carrickeducation.edu.au for information on: • Mode of study for each course • Assessment methods for each course • Terms & conditions of enrolment • Tuition & other fees

• Grounds on which the enrolment may be deferred, suspended or cancelled • Course content

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Entry Requirements Country

Advanced Diplomas and Diplomas

Certificates

Australia

Year 11 or equivalent

Year 10 or equivalent

Zimbabwe

GCE O levels *

GCE O levels

Zambia

Zambian School Certificate *

Zambian School Certificate *

Kenya

Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE)*

Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE)*

Brazil

Year 11 Ensino Medio, Year 11 Upper Secondary Schooling or Martin College Certificate IV

Year 10 Ensino Medio, Year 10 Upper Secondary Schooling

Peru

Certificado de Educacion Secundaria Completa or Martin College Certificate IV

Year 10 of Educacion Secundaria

Venezuela

Year 11 (quinto a単o) of Educacion Media Completa or Martin College Certificate IV

Year 10 (cuarto a単o) of Educacion Media

Chile

Year 11 (Tercer a単o medio) of Licencia de Educacion Year 10 (Segundo a単o medio) of Licencia Media or Martin College Certificate IV de Educacion Media

Colombia

Bachillerato or Martin College Certificate IV

Year 10 of Upper secondary schooling

Mexico

Year 11 Ciclo Medio Superior or Martin College Certificate IV

Year 10 Ciclo Medio Superior

Bangladesh

Higher Secondary Certificate *#

Higher Secondary Certificate*

China

Gao San

N/A

Hong Kong

Form 5 (HKCEE)

Form 4

India

Standard XI (with a first class pass) or Standard XII *#

Standard XI (with a first class pass) or Standard XII *

Indonesia

Australian Year 11 equivalent

Australian Year 10 equivalent

Japan

Upper Secondary School Grade 2

Upper Secondary School Grade 1

Korea

Senior High School Grade 2

Senior High School Grade 1

Macau

Form 5 or Senior Middle 2

Form 4 or Senior Middle 1

Malaysia

SPM or Senior Middle 2

Form 4 or Senior Middle 1

Nepal

Higher Secondary Certificate/Standard XII *#

Higher Secondary Certificate/Standard XII *

Taiwan

Senior year 2 (when packaged with Cert IV + Diploma) Senior year 3 for Diploma of IT (Systems Admin)

Senior Year 2 for Cert IV/Senior Year 1 for Cert III

Thailand

Upper Secondary School Matayom 5

Upper Secondary School Matayom 4

Vietnam

Year 12

Year 11

Czech Republic

Year 11 of Secondary Education or Martin College Certificate IV

Year 10 High School or equivalent

Sweden

Year 11 of Upper Secondary School or Martin College Certificate IV

Year 10 High School or equivalent

Switzerland

Year 11 of Gymnasium or Martin College Certificate IV Year 10 of Gymnasium or equivalent

Turkey

Lise Diplomasi or Martin College Certificate IV

Africas

Americas

Asia

Europe

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Year 10 of Secondary Education


Advanced Diplomas and Diplomas

Certificates

Bahrain

2nd Year of Secondary School Certificate (Yr 2 of Tawjihiya)

Secondary School Leaving Certificate (Tawjihiya)

Egypt

General Secondary School Certificate (Thanaweya A’ama) *

General Secondary School Certificate (Thanaweya A’ama) *

Iran

Iranian High School Diploma *

Iranian High School Diploma

Israel

Australian Year 11 equivalent

Australian Year 10 equivalent

Kuwait

3rd Year of General Secondary School Certificate (Kuwaiti Yr 11)

General Secondary School Certificate (Shahadat-al-thanawia-al-a’ama)

Lebanon

Baccalauréat Général *#

Baccalauréat Général

Oman

2nd Year of Secondary School Certificate (Yr 2 of Thanawiya amma)

Secondary School Leaving Certificate (Thanawiya amma)

Saudi Arabia

2nd Year of General Secondary Education Certificate General Secondary Education Certificate (Tawjihiyah) (Yr 2 of Tawjihiyah)

UAE

2nd Year of Secondary School Certificate (Yr 2 of Tawjihiyya)

Secondary School Certificate (Tawjihiyya)

Russia

Certificate of Secondary Education (Attestat)

Year 10 of Secondary Education

Country Middle East

English Language Requirements Advanced Diplomas and Diplomas

IELTS 5.5 overall, (Academic) or equivalent, except for the Diploma of Dental Technology, which has an English language entry requirement of IELTS 6.0 overall (Academic) or equivalent**

Certificates

IELTS 5.5 overall (Academic) or equivalent**

* Due to 572 Visa Requirements # Students undertaking a Certificate level course can only do so if it is one year in length or is packaged with a Diploma or Advanced Diploma ** Please visit the Carrick website for equivalencies NOTE: The minimum age for entrance into Vocational courses is 16 years of age. Those countries not listed will be assessed based on an equivalency to the Australian entry requirements Some courses require the completion of prerequisite units and/or courses, or experience within the related industry.

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Vocational EDUCATION Payment DETAILS Carrick – Financial Services Operating Hours Monday – Friday 8:30am to 5:30pm Tuition must be paid on or prior to the due date. Late payment of fees will incur a late penalty of $75 per week or 7.5% as per the student’s agreement on the outstanding fee amount.

Acceptable Method of Payment Online Payments

EFTPOS (debit card)*

Payments by a credit card can be made via the Carrick website using our online payment portal http://carrickeducation.edu.au/mycarrick/pay-my-fee

Please note EFTPOS cards have a daily withdrawal limit of between $800 to $1000 per day unless you increase your daily withdrawal limit directly with your bank.

No surcharge applies.

*Only available at our Sydney campus

Credit Card Payment by Credit Card can also be made in person at the Financial Services Counter or via telephone. Third party payments – Authorisation must be obtained through the payment authorisation form provided by the Carrick Admissions and Finance department. VISA and Mastercard only. There will be a 2.5% surcharge on all credit card transactions.

Cash Payments Cash Payments for tuition fees are to be made directly at any NAB. Refer to the bottom of your statement for your deposit slip. Should you require a copy of the statement/deposit slip, contact financial services as fees remain due and payable as per your contract.

Cheque Cheques are payable in Australian dollars to Carrick Institute of Education and must include the students name, student number and date of birth on the back of the cheque.

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Internet Banking Account Name: Carrick Institute of Education BSB: 083 004 Account Number: 895 203 764 Please include your student number in the description field for payment identification.

Telegraphic Transfer (TT) Account Name: Carrick Institute of Education BSB: 083 004 Account Number: 895 203 764 NAB - National Bank of Australia Swift Number: NATAAU3303M A $20 Bank Fee is applicable to all TTs and must be added to your tuition payment. Please email or fax the bank receipt to Email: deposits@carrickeducation.edu.au Fax (International): + 61 3 9654 6818.


Non Award Programs

Foundation Program The Carrick Foundation Program meets the requirements for Foundation Programs which have been registered on CRICOS for delivery in Australia to overseas students providing an academic preparation for seeking entry to first year of a bachelor degree at Carrick Higher Education. This course provides an excellent pathway into Carrick Higher Education Bachelor Degrees: Bachelor of Accounting and Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management) . Start date

18/07/2011, 14/11/2011, 19/03/2012, 16/07/2012, 12/11/2012

Enrolment Fee

A$200

Books and materials

Approximately AUD$500

Locations

Melbourne

Foundation Program

Entry Requirements

TUITION FEES: AUD$15,000 DURATION: Two Trimesters (CRICOS Duration 31 weeks) CRICOS Codes: VIC 073840M

For entry to the Foundation Program students must satisfy the below requirements:

Trimester 1

• Minimum level of English Language proficiency at IELTS overall score 5.5 (academic test version) with a minimum of 5.0 in each band or equivalent;

Unit Code

Unit of Competency

CFP 001

English for Academic Purposes

CFP 002

Mathematics

CFP 003

Information Communication Technology

CFP 004

Australian Society and Systems

CFP 005

Economics

• Minimum age 17 years;

• Successful completion of year 11 or equivalent according to the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority for domestic students and according to the Australian Education International – National Office for Overseas Skills Recognition database for international students.

The next step

Trimester 2 Unit Code

Unit of Competency

CFP 001

English for Academic Purposes

CFP 002

Mathematics

CFP 006

Logic, Reasoning and Critique

CFP 007

Science Investigations

CFP 008

Arts in Australia

This course provides an excellent pathway into Carrick Higher Education Bachelor Degrees: Bachelor of Accounting or Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management). See www.carrickeducation.edu.au for details.

Students who undertake the Foundation Program will receive a Statement of Attainment.

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See the possibilities...

HIGHER EDUCATION PROGRAMS

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Carrick Higher Education wants to help you achieve your greatest goals with our innovative degree programs. Our degrees combine industry experience with the knowledge and practical training required to develop advanced business and management skills to take you where you want to go.

The Bachelor of Accounting and the Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management) is ideal for individuals wanting to pursue professional careers where specialist knowledge is required. You cannot look past Carrick Higher Education to provide Australia’s most valuable and career-focused courses available.

Both degrees provide opportunities for employment and career development across a broad range of organisations and industry sectors. Students also have the opportunity to complete their degree in six trimesters over a two year period. You will be degree qualified and job ready ahead of your peers.

For over twenty years, Carrick has offered certificate and diploma training to more than 30,000 graduates across Australia.

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Bachelor of Accounting CRICOS Course Codes: SA 069333J, QLD 069381A, VIC 066808C, NSW 068404G

The Bachelor of Accounting has been designed to produce employment ready graduates to work in the modern world using modern practices. The accountant of today must be equipped to become a comprehensive business advisor across all areas of the business and not just a “number cruncher”. Successful completion of the Bachelor of Accounting entitles graduates to apply for associate membership of CPA Australia and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia.

Start date

21/03/2011, 18/07/2011, 14/11/2011, 19/03/2012, 16/07/2012, 12/11/2012

Duration

Six Trimesters (CRICOS Duration 104 weeks)

Enrolment Fee

AUD$250

Tuition Fees

Until 31 July 2011 AUD$4,655 per trimester (totaling AUD$27,930) From 1 August 2011 AUD$6,000 per trimester (totaling AUD$36,000)

Books and materials

AUD$100 – AUD$500

Locations

Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney

Course – Year 1

Course – year 2

Trimester 1 BUS101

Trimester 4 BUS102

Business Introduction to Communication Marketing

BUS103

CCS102

ACC204

ACC301

ACC302

CCS301

Accounting for Decision Makers

Introduction to Management

Corporate Accounting

Ethics

Taxation

Entrepreneurship

Trimester 2

Trimester 5

BUS202

BUS203

BUS204

CCS101

ACC201

ACC206

ACC207

ACC209

Human Resource Management

Business Law and Ethics

Business Economics

Flexible Thinking

Finance

Auditing

Corporations Law

Cost Accounting

ACC101

ACC202

ACC203

ACC205

ACC303

ACC304

ACC305

BUS301

Quantitative techniques

Financial Accounting

Information Systems Development

Management Accounting

Forensic Accounting

Accounting Theory

Social and Strategic Environmental Management Accounting

Trimester 3

Trimester 6

NOTE: Subjects consist of 3 hours face-to-face contact (1.5 hrs tutorial / 1.5 hrs lectures) and 6 hours non-contact study time. Full-time load consists of 4 subjects per trimester (4 subjects per week x 3 hrs contact = 12 hrs contact per week). A total of 72 credit points is required to complete the Carrick Bachelor Degree program, e.g. 1 Subject = 3 credit points; 24 subjects x 3 credit points = 72 credit points. Course structure and duration may vary from state to state. See carrickeducation.edu.au for details.

Entry Requirements

Careers – where do I go from here?

To gain entry into the Bachelor of Accounting students must meet one of the following entry requirements:

Accounting students can gain jobs in many areas, including: Accountants, Auditors, Accounting Clerks, Bank Workers, Bookkeepers, Branch Accountants and Managers (Financial), Credit and Loans Officers, Economists, Corporate Treasurers, Finance Managers, Finance Advisers, Financial Dealers and Brokers, Money Market and Statistical Clerks, Insurance Agents, Loss Assessors and Insurance Investigators and Insurance Clerks.

• Successful completion of Year 12 or equivalent qualification • Certificate IV or equivalent qualification • Mature age entry (aged 21 years or more) for applicants who can demonstrate an ability to undertake the course through interview. • IELTS score of 6.0 required In addition, all students must be at least 18 years of age at the time of course commencement. International students whose first language is not English are required to have an IELTS (Academic) score of at least 6.0 per band or equivalent. International students who do not meet the English requirements can undertake an English program, offered at Carrick English Language.

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Credit Transfer The Bachelor of Accounting offers a Credit Transfer process to all applicants upon enrolment. Carrick Higher Education provides information and support to enable applicants to gather reliable evidence to support their claim for credit transfer.


Bachelor of Business

(Hospitality and Tourism Management) CRICOS Course Codes: SA 065605M, VIC 061931G, NSW 064342D, QLD 067779F

The Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management) has been developed based on industry demand for high quality graduates in both hospitality and tourism. This industry is very dynamic and requires graduates to be innovative and responsive to changes, as well as highly skilled within their area. Start date

21/03/2011, 18/07/2011, 14/11/2011, 19/03/2012, 16/07/2012, 12/11/2012

Duration

Six Trimesters (CRICOS Duration 104 weeks)

Enrolment Fee

AUD$250

Tuition Fees

Until 31 July 2011 AUD$4,655 per trimester (totaling AUD$27,930) From 1 August 2011 AUD$6,000 per trimester (totaling AUD$36,000)

Books and materials

AUD$100 – AUD$500

Locations

Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney

Course – Year 1 Trimester 1 BUS101

Course – year 2 Trimester 4

CCS101

Business Flexible Communication Thinking

CCS102

HAT101

BUS204

CCS201

HAT203

Introduction to Management

Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism

Business Economics

Strategic Information Systems

Retail Services Food and Marketing Beverage Management

Trimester 2

HAT205

Trimester 5

BUS102

BUS201

BUS202

HAT102

HAT204

HAT206

HAT301

Introduction to Marketing

Leading and Managing People

Human Resource Management

Customer Service Systems

Attraction and Event Management

Accommodation Management

Industry Based Action Research Project

BUS203

HAT201

HAT202

BUS301

CCS301

HAT302

HAT303

The Hospitality and Tourism Market

Hospitality and Tourism Management

Strategic Management

Entrepreneurship

Business Sustainability

Emerging Issues in Hospitality and Tourism

Trimester 3 BUS103

Trimester 6

Accounting for Business Law Decision Makers and Ethics

NOTE: Subjects consist of 3 hours of face-to-face contact (1.5 hrs tutorials / 1.5 hrs lectures) and 6 hours, non-contact study time. Full-time load consists of 4 subjects per trimester (4 subjects per week x 3 hrs contact = 12 hrs contact per week). HAT301 is the equivalent of two subjects. A total of 72 credit points is required to complete the Carrick Bachelor Degree program, e.g. 1 Subject = 3 credit points; 24 Subjects x 3 credit points = 72 credit points. Course structure and duration may vary from state to state. See carrickeducation.edu.au for details.

Entry Requirements

Careers – where can I go from here?

To gain entry into the Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management) students must meet one of the following entry requirements:

Hospitality students can gain jobs in the following areas: Food and Beverage Managers, Front Office Managers, Catering Managers, Sales Directors, Marketing Directors, Management Consultants and many more.

• Successful completion of Year 12 or equivalent qualification • Certificate IV or equivalent qualification • Mature age entry (aged 21 years or more) for applicants who can demonstrate an ability to undertake the course through interview. • IELTS score of 6.0 required In addition, all students must be at least 18 years of age at the time of course commencement. International students whose first language is not English are required to have an IELTS (Academic) score of at least 6.0 per band or equivalent. International students who do not meet the English requirements can undertake an English program, offered at Carrick English Language.

Tourism students can gain jobs in the following areas: Tour Guide Managers, Tourism Operators, Travel Agents, Travel Consultants, Agency Managers, Cruise Tourism Coordinators, Cruise Tourism Managers and many more.

Credit Transfer The Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management) offers a Credit Transfer process to all applicants upon enrolment. Carrick Higher Education provides information and support to enable applicants to gather reliable evidence to support their claim for credit transfer.

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Higher Education Payment DETAILS Carrick – Financial Services Operating Hours Monday – Friday 8:30am to 5:30pm Tuition must be paid on or prior to the due date. Late payment of fees will incur a late penalty of $75 per week or 7.5% as per the student’s agreement on the outstanding fee amount.

Acceptable Method of Payment Online Payments

EFTPOS (debit card)*

Payments by a credit card can be made via the Carrick website using our online payment portal http://carrickeducation.edu.au/mycarrick/pay-my-fee

Please note EFTPOS cards have a daily withdrawal limit of between $800 to $1000 per day unless you increase your daily withdrawal limit directly with your bank.

No surcharge applies.

Credit Card Payment by Credit Card can also be made in person at the Financial Services Counter or via telephone. Third party payments – Authorisation must be obtained through the payment authorisation form provided by the Carrick Admissions and Finance department. VISA and Mastercard only. There will be a 2.5% surcharge on all credit card transactions.

Cash Payments Cash Payments for tuition fees are to be made directly at any NAB. Refer to the bottom of your statement for your deposit slip. Should you require a copy of the statement/deposit slip, contact financial services as fees remain due and payable as per your contract.

Cheque Cheques are payable in Australian dollars to Carrick Higher Education and must include the students name, student number and date of birth on the back of the cheque.

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*Only available at our Sydney campus

Internet Banking Account Name: Carrick Higher Education BSB: 083 004 Account Number: 894 540 160 Please include your student number in the description field for payment identification.

Telegraphic Transfer (TT) Account Name: Carrick Higher Education BSB: 083 004 Account Number: 894 540 160 NAB – National Bank of Australia Swift Number: NATAAU3303M A AUD$20 Bank Fee is applicable to all TTs and must be added to your tuition payment. Please email or fax the bank receipt to deposits@carrickeducation.edu.au or fax + 61 3 9654 6818.


HIGHER EDUCATION Student testimonials Student Success Story

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Student Support services

Carrick provides a range of support services to students. The Student Services Department offers personal and friendly assistance to students in many areas, including an orientation program that assists students to settle into Australian life and their studies. Support services include:

Orientation

• • • • • • • • •

Prior to course commencement, a compulsory orientation program is held for all students who are enrolled with Carrick. Orientation details can be found on our website www.carrrickeducation.edu.au. The orientation program covers the following topics:

Counseling and Welfare Support Airport, train and bus pickup Cultural adjustment Student accommodation (including Homestay) Academic support Carrick Jobs and Careers (CJC) Under 18’s student welfare services Social inclusion activities IT support

Admissions support includes: • • • •

Application and enrolment Credit transfer and recognition of prior learning Career and course advice Articulation into Australian universities

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Student life at Carrick Marking system and academic expectations Refund policy Fees and charges policy Complaints policy Employment opportunities International student requirements Safety and cultural adjustment


Academic Pathways Carrick provides students with flexible learning that allows you to reach your goals. The Academic Pathways offered through Carrick provide you with a range of different starting points, such as completing an English program or studying a Certificate II or III. The table below illustrates some of the common pathways students select in order to achieve their goals.

HIGH SCHOOL COMPLETION

CARRICK ENGLISH LANGUAGE

Direct entry

Courses: • English for Academic Purposes 1 • English for Academic Purposes 2

• English for Vocational Education

• First Certificate in English

• IELTS Preparation • General English

• English for Nursing

esos framework CARRICK INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION

Non Award Courses

Courses:

Courses:

• Accounting • Beauty Therapy • Business • Community Service Work • Dental Technology • Children’s Services • Events • Hairdressing

• Hospitality • Commercial Cookery • Patisserie • Management • Marketing • Tourism

Foundation Program

Courses range from Certificate II through to Advanced Diploma.

Institutes that appear on CRICOS (Commonwealth Register of Institutes and Courses for Overseas Students) are governed by the ESOS (Education Services for Overseas Students) Framework. This encompasses the Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act 2000, and the National Code of Practice for Registration Authorities and Providers of Education and Training to Overseas Students 2007. These laws are in place to protect overseas students, and to uphold high standards of education within private Australian education institutions.

For further information please refer to: http://aei.gov.au/AEI/ESOS/ EasyGuide_ESOS.html

CARRICK HIGHER EDUCATION Courses: • Bachelor of Accounting • Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management) Six trimesters over two years’ full time study.

INDUSTRY PLACEMENT Providing job ready graduates

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Jobs and careers Carrick Jobs and Careers (CJC) is a division of Carrick. CJC offers services to students, graduates and associated industry clientele. Carrick currently has more than 5000 students enrolled in a variety of courses covering a range of study areas. CJC proudly promotes dedicated and enthusiastic students to employers for a variety of staffing needs.

Student Success Story

Students have access to this free service, which is conveniently located at the main Carrick campus in each city. CJC offers exciting job opportunities and assistance in all areas of employment, such as:

Seang Nee Hong (Annie) | Malaysia Bachelor of Business (Hospitality & Tourism Management)

• pre-placement training • interview preparation • resumé development and analysis • work experience programs • liaison with key industry personnel • advice on personal development • voluntary work programs • overseas work experience and work placement • graduate positions • employment-based seminars.

While enrolled in the Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management), I was looking for an opportunity to gain experience in the hotel industry. I went to the Carrick Jobs and Careers team to seek assistance. The team helped me find an internship opportunity in the Sales and Marketing department within one of the five stars hotels in town, Sheraton on the Park. During my internship, I was able to utilize different marketing skills especially within online marketing. After completing my internship I also received a great reference from the director.

CJC services are available to all students undertaking vocational courses who wish to gain valuable work experience in their chosen industry while they study and graduates who have completed their studies. Australian residents also receive full-time employment assistance. International students on a student visa with work permission are eligible to work up to 20 hours per week.

Thank you CJC team for helping me land my first position in the hotel industry! I am currently working at Traders Hotel by Shangri-la in Malaysia as a Marketing Services Coordinator/Marketing Analyst.

For more information see www.immi.gov.au

To learn more about Carrick Jobs and Careers visit carrickeducation.edu.au/CJC

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Student Success Story Manpreet Singh | India English for Academic Purposes My name is Manpreet and I am from India. I’ve been in Melbourne for 2 months, studying English for Academic Purposes (EAP). I have an excellent teacher and great classmates from all over the world. Life was difficult for me when I first came to

Melbourne but with the help from the Carrick Jobs and Careers team I now work in a café and have learned a lot. My confidence and level of English are improving everyday thanks to Carrick.

Student Success Story Corinne Sammut | Australia  dvanced Diploma of Hospitality A Management (Commercial Cookery) I started at Carrick in January 2008, studying the subject of an “Advanced Diploma in Hospitality Management and Commercial Cookery”. Right away I started working with the great recruitment team at CJC. Together we worked on fixing my resume. We discussed what I want in a job and from that they got me started right away with a casual job with fresh catering, which I still work for when I am available, which was fantastic. While working at fresh catering and gaining experience CJC set me up for a trial at Doltone

House in Pyrmont, through which I was successfully given a job, as an apprentice chef, which I am enjoying. Thank you, and hopefully you too will seek guidance in the great Carrick recruitment team, to help you find a job.

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Accommodation aND LIVING COSTS Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney Living Costs

Homestay

Students relocating to Australia should keep in mind the relevant costs when they undertake studies. When calculating the cost of living in Australia, students must also budget for food, health care, transport, books, clothing and entertainment. Please note that all costs listed are estimates only and will vary depending on location, lifestyle and inflation.

Carrick Education is proud to associate with the Australian Homestay Network (AHN) for the provision of homestay services for its students.

Students are recommended to allow a minimum of A$18,000 per year to cover their cost of living. It is highly recommended that students arrive with an additional A$2,000 to cover settling in costs such as rental bond and to purchase basic furniture items, if this is not already prepaid during enrolment.

Other costs • Overseas Student Health Cover* – A$354 (one year) • Rental bond – A$1,100 (Adel), A$1,100 (Bris), A$1,200 (Melb), A$1,800 (Syd) per rental • Music concert tickets – A$60 – A$100 • Cinema tickets – A$10 – A$18 • Mobile phone – A$50 per month • Stationery and books – A$500 per year

AHN is Australia’s leading Homestay provider and was recently commended in the Senate Inquiry into the Welfare and Safety of International Students for meeting the appropriate standards in Homestay accommodation. Homestay is a cultural exchange between a local individual or family (called a Host) and a visiting international student. The student lives as a guest in the home. In traditional homestay, students can expect to be provided with their own room, food and space to study. The homestay hosts will assist students to become familiar with the local area and customs in a relaxed and friendly household setting. This is the recommended option for all new students studying in Australia for the first time. Students are encouraged to share information about their home country and culture with their AHN homestay host. After the first 2-4 week minimum stay period there are numerous continuing AHN Homestay options to suit the various students needs. Please refer to the accompanying Homestay Chart for 2010. AHN Homestay helps students to better settle into life in a new country and gain the confidence to build important social networks in Australia.

* Australian Government Requirement – cost varies according to duration of cover. Prices include goods and services tax (GST). Costs are based on figures at time of printing and are subject to change without notice. From the 1st July, 2010 students will have to obtain OSHC for the proposed duration of their student visa.

Contact the Australian Homestay Network on www.homestaynetwork.org

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Brisbane

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$1,000

$1,400

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Food

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$280

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$70

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$70

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$60

$60

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AHN- Airport Pick Up Fees (all in Australian Dollars)

Airport Pickup Fees

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2011 Homestay Fees Carrick Homestay Options

Brisbane, Gold Coast and Adelaide

Sydney and Melbourne

National Placement Fee*

$230

$230

Under 18 Products Homestay is compulsory for under 18 students unless approved by Carrick Education.

Student Pays Per Week (please add placement fee $230 to the chosen figure below)

Student Pays Per Week (please add placement fee - $230 to the chosen figure below)

Traditional (Private Room)

$265

$1,060 (4 weeks)

$285

$1,140 (4 weeks)

Traditional (Shared Room)

$230

$920 (4 weeks)

$250

$1,000 (4 weeks)

Over 18 Homestay Welcome Carrick Education recommends traditional homestay for over 18’s for their first 2-4 weeks in Australia.

Student Pays Per Week (please add placement fee - $230 to the chosen figure below)

Student Pays Per Week (please add placement fee - $230 to the chosen figure below)

Traditional (Private Room)

$245

$265

Traditional (Shared Room)

$215

$980 (4 weeks)

$1,060 (4 weeks)

$735 (3 weeks)

$795 (3 weeks)

$490 (2 weeks)

$530 (2 weeks)

$860 (4 weeks)

$230

$920 (4 weeks)

$645 (3 weeks)

$690 (3 weeks)

$430 (2 weeks)

$460 (2 weeks)

Over 18 Continuing Homestay Carrick Homestay Options (available after first 2-4 weeks in traditional Homestay)

Student Pays Per Week

4 Weeks Minimum Payment

Student Pays Per Week

4 Weeks Minimum Payment

Dinner Only (Private Room)

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$880

$230

$920

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$190

$760

$200

$800

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$680

$180

$720

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$600

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(i) S  tudents aged under 18 years old are charged $20 per week extra and can use only the traditional homestay service (two/three meals per day)

- Meals and Accommodation as specified/selected above

(ii) Students aged under 18 years old are required to have an approved guardian for the duration of their student visa or until they turn 18 (whichever comes first). Carrick can arrange guardianship for students for a cost if required. (iii) All products are subject to host availability *Placement Fee includes: - Training of Host

- Household Utilities (electricity, gas, etc) - Homestay Host student support - Homestay Host additional support for students under 18 - Compulsory AHN 24/7 professional phone support (including critical incident management) - Compulsory AHN Contents Insurance for Students and Hosts as per AHN Insurance Policy http://www.homestaynetwork.org/public/ahn-insurance

- System support during application process

- AHN System access for Agents, Institution, Students and Hosts

- Residence visit and approval process

- AHN Project Management

- Student - Host preference matching

- Ongoing Supervisor Support

- Placement of Student - Follow-up support if required regarding placement - Placement resolution as required

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Terms and conditions Please Visit Carrick’s Website to View All Current Carrick Policies: carrickeducation.edu.au/policies Carrick’s Policies are updated from time to time and perspective students are expected to visit Carrick’s website prior to lodging an application to study at Carrick. Attendance Policy for English Language Students Carrick English Language recognises the correlation between student attendance and successful achievement of the qualification studied. Hence, Carrick maintains a policy of 100% attendance for all class sessions and activities. Attendance is recorded on an hourly basis for all programs. Any class session or activity missed, regardless of cause, reduces the opportunity of learning and may adversely affect a student’s achievement in their enrolled course. Code of Conduct All students enrolled in and participating in programs or using the services of Carrick English Language, Carrick Institute of Education and Carrick Higher Education (Carrick) are expected to maintain appropriate standards of conduct at all times. Disciplinary Procedures Where behaviour is deemed to be inappropriate, Carrick will take appropriate action as outlined in the Student Disciplinary Policy. Fees & Charges It is understood that payment of tuition fees will not be accepted by Carrick until: a. A signed and dated Enrolment Agreement (outlining Student Terms and Conditions of enrolment, including International Student Refund Conditions) is received from the student, thereby agreeing to abide by all the conditions contained within the document; and b. All entry conditions stated in the Letter of Offer have been satisfactorily met. Course fees and additional charges are set out in Carrick’s Fees and Charges Policy. Where applicable additional fees are charged for items such as text books, uniforms, course equipment, excursions and a range of sundry fees as listed in the Fees and Charges Policy. Students required to undertake an out of class reassessment, repeat a unit or stage will be charged relevant fees as set out in SMP 3 Student Fees and Charges Policy.

International students are required under The National Code 2007 to complete their course within the duration specified on their Confirmation of Enrolment (COE) except in limited circumstances. In these circumstances a new COE will be issued to extend the duration of study The National Code 2007 The National Code 2007 requires International students to keep Carrick informed of their current address and must notify Carrick of any change in residential address within 7 days of the change. Provider Transfer The National Code 2007 restricts the capacity of students to transfer to another providers prior to completing six months of their principal course. A Carrick student may apply to transfer to another provider after they have completed six months of their principal course. If a student is enrolled in a package of courses, they must complete any prerequisite courses, and then the first six months of the principal course. See Transfer Request Assessment Policy AP40. Carrick will not knowingly enroll a student transferring from another education provider prior to the student completing six months of their principal course unless the original registered provider has provided a written letter of release. Refund Policy 1.0 Scope Carrick’s Refund Policy observes the principles outlined in the Education Services for Overseas Students Act 2000 (ESOS Act) and The National Code 2007 and applies to all new and re-enrolling students unless otherwise stated. 2.0 Definitions Institute Default occurs when: (a) the course does not begin on the agreed commencement date; or (b) the course ceases to be provided at any time after it commences but before it is completed; or (c) the course is not provided in full to a Student because a sanction has been imposed on the Institute. International Student – a student who is granted a visa to attend and study at an Australian education institution

Tuition fees for continuing students are due to be paid in full by the due date as set out in the student Enrolment Agreement. Failure to pay scheduled fees in full by the due date may result in the charging of a late fee, possible cancellation of enrolment and subsequent reporting to the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR).

Package of Courses – where a Student is enrolled in a package of courses at the Institute.

Principle Course of Study

(b) a Student canceling their enrolment in a course (this includes an abandonment of the course before its completion);

The principal course is the student’s main course of study or that leading to the highest qualification on the student’s current visa. If the student is on a package of courses, the course leading to the highest qualification will be the student’s principal course. Privacy Carrick is committed to protecting each individual’s right to privacy. Reasonable steps will be taken to protect all personal information from misuse and loss and from unauthorised access, modification or disclosure, in line with the Privacy Amendment (Private Sector) Act 2000. Student Course Progress Carrick Institute of Education and Carrick Higher Education are required by The National Code of Practice 2007 for Registration Authorities and Providers of Education and Training to Overseas Students 2007 to monitor student course progress. Course progress is monitored regularly and student support is offered to students who are not progressing satisfactorily. Where a student does not satisfactorily meet course requirements for two consecutive periods of study they maybe reported to the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR) and their student visa cancelled.

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Student Default occurs when Carrick refuses to provide or continue providing a course to a Student due to: (a) a Student not commencing a course on the agreed start date;

(c) a Student failing to pay an amount he or she was liable to pay to the provider, directly or indirectly, in order to undertake a course; (d) a Student breaching a condition of his or her student visa; or (e) misbehaviour by a Student. 3.0 Refund – all Students 3.1 Institute Default If there is an Institute Default, the Student can choose to accept either: (a) a refund of the course fees, which will be issued to the Student within 14 Days; or (b) to be placed in an alternative course with the Institute or another provider. If the Student chooses placement in an alternative course, the Student must sign a document to indicate their agreement to the placement. If the Institute is unable to provide a refund or place the Student in an alternative course the Tuition Assurance Scheme will be responsible in placing the Student in a suitable alternative course at no extra cost. If the Student is an International Student and the Tuition Assurance Scheme is unable to place the International Student in a suitable alternative course, the ESOS Assurance Fund Manager will then attempt to place them in a suitable alternative course or, if this is not possible, the International Student will be eligible for a refund as calculated by the Fund Manager.

3.2 Student Default 3.2.1 Before the commencement date If a Student cancels their enrolment before the commencement date of a course and requests a refund: (a) 1  0 full weeks or more prior to the course commencement - a refund of 70% of monies paid for tuition fees will be issued to the student; (b) 5  weeks up to 10 full weeks prior to the course commencement - a refund of 30% of monies paid for tuition fees will be issued to the student; (c) L  ess than 5 full weeks prior to course commencement - no refund will be issued. The written request must be in the Carrick approved form. The refund will be processed within 28 days of the written request being received. If a Student is able to demonstrate that matters beyond their control have resulted in the request for a refund of a portion of tuition fees that have been paid in advance, that Student may be eligible for a refund. No refund will be issued to any Student who has deferred their enrolment. English Language Deposits are non refundable 3.2.2 After the commencement date If there is a Student Default, after the agreed start date of a course no refund will be issued to the Student. This includes all monies paid or scheduled to be paid to Carrick for airport pick-up, accommodation booking and board. In accordance with the Student Enrolment Agreement, Carrick reserves the right to invoice the student the portion of fees owed by the student for services received from Carrick. If a Student is able to demonstrate that matters beyond their control have resulted in the request for a refund of a portion of tuition fees that have been paid in advance, that Student may be eligible for a refund provided all fees are paid up to date. 3.3 Packaged Course refunds Students enrolled in a Package of Courses seeking a refund after completing their English language course (or any other course other than their principal course of study), but prior to completing six months of their principal course will be considered to have defaulted after the commencement date and will be dealt with in accordance with clause 3.2.2 above. 3.3.1 Where a Student enrolled in a Package of Courses is eligible for a refund, the refund amount will be calculated based on each individual course Fee. 4.0 Additional information for International Students 4.1 Visa Refusal 4.1.1 International Student Initial Visa If the initial visa for studies at Carrick is not granted, a refund of course fees received by Carrick less the AUD$200 (English Language or Vocational) enrolment fee or AUD$250 (Higher Education) enrolment fee will be issued to the International Student within 28 days of the written request. The written request must be in the Carrick approved form (see Point 7.0) with proof of visa refusal attached. Without proof of refusal from the Australian Government a refund will not be granted. 4.1.2 International Student Subsequent Visa If the student applies for a visa subsequent to their initial visa, and the subsequent visa is not granted, a refund of course fees received by Carrick will be issued to the International Student less the following: (a) A  UD$200 enrolment fee. (English Language or Vocational) or: (b) AUD$250 enrolment fee (Higher Education) (c) P  ortion of the fees received from the student for services received from Carrick (d) P  rescribed amounts relating to expenses that Carrick incurred on behalf of the student for the course, before the commencement date, within 28 days of the written request


Terms and conditions The written request must be in Carrick approved form with proof of visa refusal attached. Without proof of refusal from the Australian Government a refund will not be granted. 7.0 Applying for a Refund 7.1 To apply for a refund the Student must complete the SMF 20 Refund Application Form and attach any evidence or documentation relevant to the refund application. The Student must submit the form to the: (a) Admissions Department for refunds prior to arrival/commencement; or (b) Student Services Department for refunds after commencement. 7.2 Students will be notified of the outcome of their refund application in writing by means of the Refund Application Outcome Letter within 14 working days of the receipt of the SMF 20 Refund Application Form if an Institute default occurred and within 28 days of receipt of the SMF20 Refund Application Form if a student default occurred. 7.3 If a Student is dissatisfied with Carrick’s decision in relation to their refund request a Student may lodge an appeal under Carrick’s Complaints and Appeals Procedure. This Policy and the availability of Carrick’s complaints and appeals processes, does not remove the right for a Student to take further action under Australia’s Consumer Protection Laws. Deferral, Suspension and Cancellation Policy Student enrolment can be deferred, suspended or cancelled in limited circumstances by Carrick or by the student. When suspension or cancellation of enrolment is initiated by Carrick, students have the right to appeal the decision. Definitions Deferral – postponement of commencement of course. Suspension – temporary postponement of enrolment during course. Cancellation – cessation of enrolment in course. 2.0. Guidelines for International Students 2.1. Carrick Initiated Deferral, Suspension or Cancellation 2.1.1. Carrick may suspend a student enrolment in the following instances. • Student misbehavior as outlined in SMP 2 Code of Conduct. • Intervention strategy for unsatisfactory course progress. • Compassionate and compelling circumstances 2.1.2. Carrick may cancel a student enrolment in the following instances. •S  tudent demonstrates serious misconduct as outlined in SMP 2 Code of Conduct. •E  rratic course progress, for example, consistent unsatisfactory course progress in nonconsecutive semesters or continuous absence from scheduled course hours. • Non payment of outstanding fees. 2.1.3. In cases where suspension or cancellation of the student’s enrolment is initiated by Carrick, students will be notified and given 20 working days to access Carrick’s internal complaints and appeals process (see SMP 9 Complaints and Appeals Procedure). 2.1.3.1. The change in enrolment status will not be reported to DEEWR until the internal appeals process is completed unless extenuating circumstances relating to the welfare of the student apply. 2.1.4. Once the deferral, suspension or cancellation is processed, Carrick will notify DEEWR via PRISMS. 2.2. Student Initiated Deferral, Suspension or Cancellation 2.2.1. International students may defer commencement of a course or suspend their enrolment during their course in the following limited circumstances.

2.2.2. Students may request a deferral of the commencement of their course by completing an AF 24 Deferral Change of Preference Form and submitting it to an Admissions Officer prior to the course commencing. 2.2.2.1. Once the deferral is processed the student will receive a Confirmation of Enrolment letter and have a new enrolment agreement written to reflect the new commencement. 2.2.3. Students who wish to suspend their enrolment must obtain written approval from the Student Services Manager. 2.2.3.1. Students need to complete an AF 23 Course Suspension Form and submit it, together with all supporting documentation to the Student Services Department. 2.2.3.2. To obtain approval, students must submit the form a minimum of 10 working days before the requested suspension date. 2.2.3.3. In case of an emergency situation that compels the student to suspend their course, the minimum submission deadline of 10 working days may be waived. Please see SMP 31 Compassionate & Compelling Circumstances for further guidelines on what constitutes an emergency situation. 2.2.3.4. Once the suspension is approved the student will receive a letter from the Student Services Manager granting the suspension. 2.2.4. Where a student has had a break in their studies due to a deferment or suspension, the break is not counted for the purposes of determining if the student has completed six months of their principal course. 2.2.5. Students who wish to cancel enrolment in their course must obtain approval from Carrick and attend a cancellation appointment. 2.2.5.1. Students must complete an AF 12 Course Cancellation Form or where applicable AF 21 Provider Transfer Request Form and submit it, together with all supporting documentation, to the Student Services Department. 2.2.5.2. The Student Services Manager will decide the outcome of the student’s request for cancellation. 2.2.5.3. If the student requests a refund, the Student Services Manager will submit their request to the Student Resolution Committee for approval of the refund. 2.2.5.3.1. The student must complete SMF 20 Refund Application Form and submit it with their AF 12 Course Cancellation Form. 2.2.5.4. If the student does not accept the outcome of their request for cancellation, the Student Services Manager will escalate the student’s application to the Campus Director. 2.2.5.5. Once the cancellation is processed, the student will receive a Release Letter from the Student Services Department. 2.2.6. Once the deferral, suspension or cancellation is processed, the nominated compliance staff member will notify DEEWR via PRISMS. 3.0 Additional Guidelines for International Students 3.2.1. In the case of Compassionate or Compelling circumstances (supported by documented evidence), longer suspensions may be granted at the discretion of Carrick management. 3.3. Deferral, suspension or cancellation of enrolment may affect the student’s visa. 3.3.1. If an international student’s enrolment is suspended for more than six months, the student’s visa may be affected and the student is advised to contact DIAC for further information. 4.0 Document Handling and Notations 4.1. All documentation relating to the assessment of student deferral, suspension and cancellation applications will be kept in the student’s file. 4.2. All discussions undertaken with the student during the processing of the application must be recorded on Carrick’s Student Management System (Wise.Net) as they occur.

•O  n the grounds of compassionate or compelling circumstances (at the discretion of Carrick). See SMP 31 Compassionate & Compelling Circumstances. • Student visa delay.

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