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BILLY BLUE COLLEGE OF DESIGN

CATC DESIGN SCHOOL

WILLIAM BLUE COLLEGE OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT

APM COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND COMMUNICATION

AUSTRALASIAN COLLEGE OF NATURAL THERAPIES

AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL COLLEGE OF BEAUTY

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Welcome

Contents

Welcome Seven Great Reasons to Study with us Study Pathway Our Graduates Connected to Industry English Language Programs Higher Education Programs Vocational Programs Frequently Asked Questions

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CATC Design School

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Welcome Nine Great Reasons to Study with us Graduate Spotlight Student Work English Language Programs Vocational Programs Study Pathway Frequently Asked Questions

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William Blue College of Hospitality Management

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Welcome A Modern Take on Hospitality Graduate Spotlight Nine Great Reasons to Study with us Study Pathway University Associations/Strategic Partners Industry Partners Higher Education vs Vocational Education English Language Programs Higher Education Programs Vocational Programs Frequently Asked Questions

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Australasian College of Natural Therapies

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Welcome Eight Great Reasons to Study with us Industry Recognition Connected to Industry Graduate Spotlight English Language Programs Vocational Programs Frequently Asked Questions

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Australian National College of Beauty

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Welcome Eight Great Reasons to Study with us Graduate Spotlight English Language Programs Vocational Programs CIDESCO and ITEC International Certifications Frequently Asked Questions

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How to Apply

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International Entry Requirements Think: Colleges Application Form

CATC

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Welcome Seven Great Reasons to Study with us Graduate Spotlight Connected to Industry English Language Programs Higher Education Programs Vocational Programs Frequently Asked Questions

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APM College of Business and Communication

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Welcome From our Chief Executive Officer Think: Education Group – Australia’s Leading Innovative Educator Our Colleges College Schedules - 2012 Course Fees and Dates Campus Locations Campus Facilities Student Information Living in Australia English Language - Direct Entry Programs Industry Experience and Networking Institutional Alliances

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Welcome From our Chief Executive Officer

CATC

Billy Blue

Welcome to Think: Education Group – Australia’s leading innovative education group. Our group includes some of Australia’s most respected colleges, covering a diverse range of specialist disciplines and courses – from diplomas in marketing to degrees in design. At the core of our colleges is a shared commitment to teaching excellence and industry engagement that provides our students with the knowledge, experience and attitude to excel in their chosen profession.

William Blue

With over 130 years of combined history, our colleges also share a common heritage. The colleges emerged from our industries and professions – challenging convention and tradition - to create a new standard in applied education. The result is a unique mix of academically robust courses combined with a clear focus on real-world skills, knowledge and experience. At Think:, we also recognise that being a student is more than just study and hard work. We are committed to providing our students with a challenging, rewarding and fun learning environment. With students from more than 60 countries around the world, including a large cohort of Australian students, you will have a great opportunity to meet new people and make life-long friendships.

APM

I know that undertaking studies in another country can be daunting and at the same time, tremendously exciting. At Think: we provide a range of dedicated support services to help you adjust to living and studying in Australia. Choosing a college is an extremely important decision for you. Our team of experienced Course and Careers Advisors are available to assist you and your family in making this important decision.

ACNT

We look forward to welcoming you to Think: in Australia.

ANCB

Regards

How to Apply

Phillipa Blakey Chief Executive Officer Think: Education Group

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Think: Australia’s Leading Innovative Educator We are dedicated to delivering high-quality courses that meet the needs of industry and provide graduates with excellent employment prospects.

INNOVATIVE EDUCATION WHO ARE WE? We are a private Vocational and Higher Education group that occupy a niche in the education market between universities, vocational colleges and TAFEs. With an Australian student base of around 65% across all of our colleges, we have international students from more than 60 countries including Asia, India, Europe, Africa, South America and North America. To address the needs of our international student base we provide support networks to further enhance the student experience. Our induction and orientation program will also help our visiting students feel right at home. WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT With over 130 years of combined history, our colleges work closely with industry to deliver cutting-edge courses that offer graduates both rewarding and successful careers. This helps ensure that our courses are relevant and reflect the latest industry trends, and we offer internship or industry placement opportunities to provide students with real-world experience. INDUSTRY-LED COURSES Over 85 industry-leading courses are taught by industry professionals, from leading designers and business people to experienced hospitality or natural therapies or health and wellness professionals. By combining academicallyrobust courses with hands-on skills, knowledge and professional experience, we create work-ready, well-trained graduates. It’s this winning combination that gives students the allimportant edge to succeed in today’s world.

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OUR COMMITMENT Driven by a passion for setting a new standard in education, we are committed to: • achieving excellence in teaching and learning • connecting with industry in many aspects of education • delivering an outstanding student experience • offering industry-led qualifications from Bachelor Degrees to Advanced Diplomas, Diplomas and Certificates. GRADUATES SET FOR SUCCESS Our graduates are highly sought-after by industry in Australia and around the world, thanks to our engaged learning approach, passionate educators, industry-relevant qualifications and custom-built learning environments. For example, according to our graduate surveys conducted since 1996, 100% of William Blue graduates find employment in the industry within three months of graduating. Our employment record speaks for itself. Many of our graduates have won prestigious awards and carry out internships in reputable leading global organisations. To help our students to start and accelerate their careers we also offer devoted careers support for our students and graduates. INDUSTRY TRAINING Industry training is incorporated into many of our courses, which means that graduates get an internationally-recognised qualification, combined with invaluable practical industry experience.

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Billy Blue THINK INDEPENDENT ACADEMIC BOARD Think: Colleges Pty Ltd is governed by an independent Academic Board. The Academic Board oversees all aspects of academic quality within our Colleges. The Board is committed to rigorously upholding the highest educational standards and ensuring students receive a rewarding and challenging learning experience.

Associate Professor Stephen Huxley Independant Member The Faculty of Design Seinburne University

Innovators and leaders in their fields; Think: has an esteemed group of internal and independent academics who make up the Think: Academic Board.

Dr. George Brown Group Academic Director Think: Education Group

Dr. John Mitchell Managing Director John Mitchell & Associates Dr Kylie O’Brien Independent Member PhD (Medicine)( Monash), Masters in Public Health, BSc (Optometry) (Melb), B App Sci (Chinese Medicine) (RMIT)

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Mr. Andrew Barnum Head of College Billy Blue College of Design Ms. Carolyn Noble Head of College Jansen Newman Institute Mr. Jeff Laurie Head of College APM College of Business and Communications Ms. Ann Applebee Project and Professional Development Manager Think: Education Groupt Ms. Linda Tolhurst Student Representative Southern School of Natural Therapies

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Associate Professor Suzan Burton Professor of Marketing University of Western Sydney

Ms. Jenny Jenkins General Manager; Hospitality and Business Think: Education Groupt

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Winthrop Professor Mark Israel Winthrop Professor of Law and Criminology University of Western Australia

Ms. Phillipa Blakey CEO Think: Education Group

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ACADEMIC BOARD MEMBERS Emeritus Professor Adrian Lee Chair person of Think: Colleges Academic Board UNSW (University of New South Wales)

CATC

RELEVANCE AND CREDIBILITY

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Our Colleges Leading the Industry Think:’s innovative multi-campus colleges are based in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and the Gold Coast. Sydney is the head office of Think:, housing most of its esteemed colleges.

DESIGN The Design Faculty at Think:Education is the home of two of Australia’s most respected design schools: CATC and Billy Blue. These are long-standing colleges with a history of close relationships with the design and creative industries. Our Heads of College and Faculty staff are award-winning designers and published design authors themselves. They are passionate about helping you develop your design skills and preparing you for an exciting creative career. The Design Faculty offers diploma and degree courses in all major areas of design: Communication Design and Graphic Design; Residential and Commercial Interior Design and Branded Environment; Fashion Design; Digital Media. There are also flexible pathways from our diplomas to our degrees. Design is a huge industry and growing, with new opportunities opening up every day. Our focus is on your career, not just your qualification. Our teachers are industry professionals, our courses are designed in collaboration with industry and our exhibitions, publications and industry projects keep industry close to us and our students throughout the year. We’re proud to be at the forefront of creating the next generation of design thinkers. Our colleges focus on helping you develop your skills and your design thinking to make you the best designer you can be.

BUSINESS AND HOSPITALITY Australia is a vast, multi cultural country of geographical contrasts and Sydney and Brisbane are both vibrant cities, providing a safe and secure environment for you to further your study and your career. William Blue College of Hospitality Management and APM College of Business and Communication are situated just over the harbour bridge in Sydney, minutes from the central business district (CBD). APM College is also located close to the CBD in Brisbane. It is this close proximity to the city, along with the strong business partnerships our colleges have throughout Australia, that enable you, as one of our students, to participate in internship or industry placement opportunities as you study to apply your knowledge in the workplace. Your career really does start on day one! As General Manager of these two colleges I take great pride in the quality of our facilities, the excellent academic and general staff and the current, contemporary curriculum we provide for you. The academic staff are subject specialists, many of whom are still actively involved in their respective industries. Whether it is Public Relations, Advertising, Event Management, Marketing, Journalism, Hospitality or Tourism that interests you – we have vocational and higher education qualifications available that really do prepare you for work, not only in Australia but also globally. I look forward to welcoming you to join our student community and our alumni as you start your journey of discovery and begin to develop your bright and exciting career.

Morwenna Shahani General Manager, Design Think: Education Group Jenny Jenkins General Manager, Business and Hospitality Think: Education Group

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HEALTH AND WELLNESS The Australasian College of Natural Therapies and Australian National College of Beauty form part of Think:’s Faculty of Health and Wellness. They have been delivering quality vocational courses in Sydney and Brisbane for more than twenty years during which they have established a reputation for excellence in the beauty and natural therapies professions. As our many international graduates will attest, a qualification from these colleges can open doors in these professions and endorse your capacity to practice in your chosen health and wellness field. This is not only because all our educators are highly experienced practitioners in their specialist fields but also because on successful completion of your studies you will have undertaken many hours of supervised practice in our on campus clinics treating real clients. A reputation for quality and a commitment to assisting our students to achieve their goals are great reasons for choosing to study with us.

Malcolm Kinns General Manager, Health and Wellness Think: Education Group


College Schedules

Duration1

Course fees2

Campus

Code3

Design Direct Entry Program (Intermediate to Advanced) - vocational education

6 February 11 June 15 October

15 weeks full-time

$375 (per week) $5,625 (total 15 weeks) $75 (materials fee)

North Sydney

NSW 070566D

12 March 16 July 19 November

10 weeks full-time

$375 (per week) $3,750 (total 10 weeks) $75 (materials fee)

North Sydney

NSW 070566D

6 February 11 June 15 October

15 weeks full-time

$375 (per week) $5,625 (total 15 weeks) $75 (materials fee)

North Sydney

NSW 070566D

10 weeks full-time

$375 (per week) $3,750 (total 10 weeks) $75 (materials fee)

North Sydney

NSW 070566D

(IELTS 5.5)

12 March 16 July 19 November

Higher Education courses

Intake dates

Duration1

Course fees2

Campus

Code3

Bachelor of Applied Design (Communication)

5 March 16 July 29 October

3 years full-time (6 study periods)

North Sydney Brisbane

NSW 064423C QLD 070808B

Bachelor of Applied Design (Digital Media)

5 March 16 July 29 October 5 March 16 July 29 October 5 March 16 July 29 October 5 March 16 July 29 October 5 March 16 July 29 October

3 years full-time (6 study periods)

$9,950 (NSW per study period) $59.700 (NSW total) $8,650 (QLD per study period) $51,900 (QLD total) $9,950 (NSW per study period) $59,700 (NSW total)

North Sydney

NSW 064425A

3 years full-time (6 study periods)

$9,950 (NSW per study period) $59,700 (NSW total)

North Sydney

NSW 064424B

3 years full-time (6 study periods)

$9,950 (NSW per study period) $59,700 (NSW total)

North Sydney

NSW 067557J

3 years full-time (6 study periods)

$9,950 (NSW per study period) $59,700 (NSW total)

North Sydney

NSW 069570G

3 years full-time (6 study periods)

$9,950 (NSW per study period) $59,700 (NSW total) $8,650 (QLD per study period) $51,900 (QLD total)

North Sydney Brisbane

NSW 069278M QLD 074282F

Vocational courses

Intake dates

Duration1

Course fees2

Campus

Code3

CUV30303 Certificate III in Design Fundamentals

5 March 16 July 29 October

18 weeks full-time

$8,800 (total)

North Sydney

NSW 056812A

Design Direct Entry Program (Intermediate to Advanced) - higher education (IELTS 5.0)

Design Direct Entry program (Intermediate to Advanced) - higher education

Bachelor of Applied Design (Branded Environment)

Bachelor of Applied Design (Commercial Interior)

Bachelor of Applied Design (Residential Interior)

Bachelor of Applied Design (Branded Fashion)

APM

(IELTS 5.0)

Please note: • Billy Blue College of Design is closed on public holidays in 2012: 2 January, 26 January, 6 April, 9 April, 25 April, 7 May ( Brisbane/Gold Coast only), 11 June, 8 August ( Brisbane/Gold Coast only), 1 October (Sydney only), 25 December, 26 December. • Students can obtain an art kit list from Billy Blue College of Design. This will detail the utensils that you will be required to purchase for your course and recommend a number of suppliers where they may be available. Students should also allow an additional $200 to purchase art equipment, and provide their own laptop computer with CS5 (essential) before commencing studies. A list of requirements and preferred suppliers will be provided on confirmation of enrolment. The above durations include breaks. The above course fees estimate is based on the pricing for the 2012 commencing year. Course dates and fees are subject to change without notice. Whilst complete course fees are accurate, the trimester break-down of fees shown in this schedule are an indicative guide only and subject to change. Fees are charged by subject, and subject load can vary from trimester to trimester. Please check final trimester fees due on your invoice when you receive it. 3 Code refers to the CRICOS course code.

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Design Direct Entry Program (Intermediate to Advanced) - vocational education

ANCB

(IELTS 4.5)

CATC

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William Blue

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College Schedules 2012 Course Fees and Dates CATC DESIGN SCHOOL English language courses

Intake dates

Duration1

Course fees2

Campus

Code3

Design Direct Entry Program (Intermediate to Advanced) - vocational education

15 weeks full-time

$375 (per week) $5,625 (total 15 weeks) $75 (materials fee) $375 (per week) $3,750 (total 10 weeks) $75 (materials fee)

North Sydney

NSW 070566D

North Sydney

NSW 070566D

(IELTS 5.0)

6 February 11 June 15 October 12 March 16 July 19 November

Graphic design vocational courses

Intake dates

Duration1

Course fees2

Campus

Code3

20 February 18 June 15 October

1 year full-time

$18,900 (NSW total) $18,900 (VIC total) $17,600 (QLD total)

The Rocks Melbourne Brisbane Gold Coast

NSW 066806E

Intake dates

Duration1

Course fees2

Campus

Code3

20 February 18 June 15 October

1 years full-time

$18,900 (NSW total) $18,900 (VIC total) $17,600 (QLD total)

The Rocks Melbourne Brisbane Gold Coast

NSW 066807D VIC 072945K QLD 070328G

Intake dates

Duration1

Course fees2

Campus

Code3

20 February 18 June 15 October

1 year full-time

$15,100 (total)

The Rocks

NSW 070750D

(IELTS 4.5)

Design Direct Entry Program (Intermediate to Advanced) - vocational education

30675QLD Diploma of Commercial Arts (Graphic Design)

Interior design vocational courses 30700QLD Diploma of Commercial Arts (Interior Decoration and Design)

Photography vocational courses CUV50407 Diploma of Photoimaging

10 weeks full-time

VIC 072947G QLD 070325K

Please note: • CATC Design School is closed on public holidays in 2012: 2 January, 26 January, 12 March (Melbourne only), 6 April, 9 April, 25 April, 7 May ( Brisbane/Gold Coast only), 11 June, 8 August ( Brisbane/Gold Coast only), 1 October (Sydney only), 6 November (Melbourne only), 25 December, 26 December. • Students can obtain an art kit list from CATC Design School. This will detail the materials that you will be required to purchase for you to start your course. • Graphics: Students should allow an additional $300 to purchase art equipment, and provide their own laptop computer with CS4 (essential) before commencing studies A list of requirements and preferred suppliers will be provided on confirmation of enrolment. • Interiors: Students should allow an additional $500 to purchase art equipment, and provide their own laptop computer with CS4 (essential) before commencing studies A list of requirements and preferred suppliers will be provided on confirmation of enrolment. The above durations include breaks. The above course fees estimate is based on the pricing for the 2012 commencing year. Course dates and fees are subject to change without notice. Whilst complete course fees are accurate, the trimester break-down of fees shown in this schedule are an indicative guide only and subject to change. Fees are charged by subject, and subject load can vary from trimester to trimester. Please check final trimester fees due on your invoice when you receive it. 3 Code refers to the CRICOS course code. 1

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Hospitality Management Direct Entry Program (Intermediate to Advanced) (IELTS 4.5)

16 January 14 May 10 September 20 February 18 June 15 October 6 February 18 June 22 October 12 March 23 July 26 November

15 weeks full-time

$375 (per week) $5,625 (total 15 weeks) $75 (materials fee) $375 (per week) $3,750 (total 10 weeks) $75 (materials fee) $375 (per week) $5,625 (total 15 weeks) $75 (materials fee) $375 (per week) $3,750 (total 10 weeks) $75 (materials fee)

North Sydney

NSW 070568B

North Sydney

NSW 070568B

North Sydney

NSW 070927F

North Sydney

NSW 070927F

Higher Education courses

Intake dates

Duration1

Course fees2

Campus

Code3

Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management)

3 years full-time/ 2 years full-time (Accelerated)

North Sydney

NSW 064817G/ NSW 071676A

North Sydney

NSW 064819E/ NSW 071679J

North Sydney

NSW 064818F/ NSW 071675B

North Sydney

NSW 066184G/ NSW 071673D

1 year full-time

$8,250 (per trimester) $49,500 (total 6 trimesters) $220 (equipment fee) $8,250 (per trimester) $49,500 (total 6 trimesters) $220 (equipment fee) $8,250 (per trimester) $49,500 (total 6 trimesters) $220 (equipment fee) $8,250 (per trimester) $49,500 (total 6 trimesters) $220 (equipment fee) $24,375 (total)4

North Sydney

NSW 049997A

CRICOS Provider Code: 02218K

5 March 2 July 15 October 5 March 2 July 15 October 5 March 2 July 15 October 5 March 2 July 15 October 3 January 27 February 23 July

Vocational courses

Intake dates

Duration1

Course fees2

Campus

Code3

SIT60307 Advanced Diploma of Hospitality (Commercial Cookery pathway)

6 February 28 May 10 September 6 February 28 May 10 September 6 February 28 May 10 September

2 years full-time

$6,367 (per trimester) $38,200 (total 6 trimesters) $220 (equipment fee) $6,367 (per trimester) $38,200 (total 6 trimesters) $220 (equipment fee) $6,367 (per trimester) $38,200 (total 6 trimesters) $220 (equipment fee)

North Sydney

NSW 066929E

North Sydney

NSW 066929E

North Sydney

NSW 066929E

Hospitality Management Direct Entry Program (Intermediate to Advanced) (IELTS 5.0) Business Direct Entry Program (Intermediate to Advanced) (IELTS 5.0) Business Direct Entry Program (Intermediate to Advanced) (IELTS 5.5)

Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management) Bachelor of Business (Event Management) Bachelor of Business

Bachelor of Business (Tourism and Hospitality)

SIT60307 Advanced Diploma of Hospitality (Event Management pathway) SIT60307 Advanced Diploma of Hospitality (Hotel Management pathway)

10 weeks full-time

15 weeks full-time

10 weeks full-time

3 years full-time/ 2 years full-time (Accelerated) 3 years full-time/ 2 years full-time (Accelerated) 3 years full-time/ 2 years full-time (Accelerated)

2 years full-time

2 years full-time

Billy Blue

Code3

CATC

Campus

William Blue

Course fees2

APM

Duration1

ACNT

Intake dates

ANCB

English language courses

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Please note: • William Blue College of Hospitality Management is closed on public holidays in 2012: 2 January, 26 January, 6 April, 9 April, 25 April, 11 June, 1 October, 25 December, 26 December. • William Blue College of Hospitality Management – Provides equipment needed in hospitality courses, such as course notes/materials, uniforms, utensils, and excursions as part of the program. In the case of the Bachelor Degree, students will be responsible to purchase their own books from a list supplied by the lecturer. Further information can be obtained from the college or at www.williamblue.edu.au. The above durations include breaks. The above course fees estimate is based on the pricing for the 2012 commencing year. Course dates and fees are subject to change without notice. Whilst complete course fees are accurate, the trimester break-down of fees shown in this schedule are an indicative guide only and subject to change. Fees are charged by subject, and subject load can vary from trimester to trimester. Please check final trimester fees due on your invoice when you receive it. 3 4 Code refers to the CRICOS course code. This indicated 2011 fee will be subject to an annual increase for 2012 * Students studying the SIT60307 Advanced Diploma of Hospitality (Hotel Management pathway) or (Event Management Pathway) may take optional extra subjects to be eligible to receive an international diploma awarded by the American and Hotel Lodging Association. These will cost an additional $787.50 and $757.50 respectively. 1

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English language courses

Intake dates

Duration1

Course fees2

Campus

Code3

Business Direct Entry Program (Intermediate to Advanced) (IELTS 5.0)

6 February 18 June 22 October 12 March 23 July 26 November

15 weeks full-time

$375 (per week) $5,625 (total 15 weeks) $75 (materials fee) $375 (per week) $3,750 (total 10 weeks) $75 (materials fee)

North Sydney

NSW 070927F

North Sydney

NSW 070927F

Higher Education courses

Intake dates

Duration1

Course fees2

Campus

Code3

Bachelor of Business (Marketing)

5 March 2 July 15 October 5 March 2 July 15 October 5 March 2 July 15 October 5 March 2 July 15 October 5 March 2 July 15 October 5 March 2 July 15 October

3 years full-time/ 2 years full-time (Accelerated)

$8,250 (per trimester) $49,500 (total 6 trimesters)

North Sydney Brisbane

3 years full-time/ 2 years full-time (Accelerated)

$8,250 (per trimester) $49,500 (total 6 trimesters)

North Sydney Brisbane

3 years full-time/ 2 years full-time (Accelerated)

$8,250 (per trimester) $49,500 (total 6 trimesters)

North Sydney Brisbane

3 years full-time/ 2 years full-time (Accelerated)

$8,250 (per trimester) $49,500 (total 6 trimesters)

North Sydney Brisbane

3 years full-time/ 2 years full-time (Accelerated)

$8,250 (per trimester) $49,500 (total 6 trimesters)

North Sydney Brisbane

2 years full-time

$8,250 (per trimester) $49,500 (total 6 trimesters)

North Sydney

NSW 062178E QLD 070811G/ NSW 071677M NSW 064818F QLD 070814D/ NSW 071675B NSW 062179D QLD 070813E/ NSW 071678K NSW 062177F QLD 070812F/ NSW 071674C NSW 071673D QLD 070816B/ NSW 066184G NSW 071680E

Vocational courses

Intake dates

Duration1

Course fees2

Campus

Code3

BSB51207 Diploma of Marketing

30 January 23 April 16 July 8 October 30 January 23 April 16 July 8 October

26 weeks full-time

$3,950 (per study period) $7,900 (total 2 periods)

North Sydney Brisbane

NSW 067435G QLD 070321C

26 weeks full-time

$4,950 (per study period) $9,900 (total 2 periods)

North Sydney Brisbane

NSW 067436G QLD 070322B

Business Direct Entry Program (Intermediate to Advanced) (IELTS 5.5)

Bachelor of Business (Event Management)

Bachelor of Business (Public Relations) Bachelor of Business (Advertising) Bachelor of Business

Bachelor of Communication (Journalism)

BSB60507 Advanced Diploma of Marketing

10 weeks full-time

Please note: • APM College of Business and Communication is closed on public holidays in 2012: 2 January, 26 January, 6 April, 9 April, 25 April, 7 May ( Brisbane/Gold Coast only), 11 June, 8 August ( Brisbane/Gold Coast only), 1 October (Sydney only), 25 December, 26 December. 1 The above durations include breaks. 2 The above course fees estimate is based on the pricing for the 2012 commencing year. Course dates and fees are subject to change without notice. Whilst complete course fees are accurate, the trimester break-down of fees shown in this schedule are an indicative guide only and subject to change. Fees are charged by subject, and subject load can vary from trimester to trimester. Please check final trimester fees due on your invoice when you receive it. 3 Code refers to the CRICOS course code.

AUSTRALASIAN COLLEGE OF NATURAL THERAPIES English language courses

Intake dates

Duration1

Course fees2

Campus

Code3

ACNT Direct Entry Program (Intermediate to Advanced) - certificate/diploma (IELTS 4.5)

30 January 21 May 24 September

15 weeks full-time

$375 (per week) $5,625 (total 15 weeks) $75 (materials fee)

Surry Hills

NSW 070570G

ACNT Direct Entry Program (Intermediate to Advanced) - certificate/diploma (IELTS 5.0)

5 March 25 June 29 October

10 weeks full-time

$375 (per week) $3,750 (total 10 weeks) $75 (materials fee)

Surry Hills

NSW 070570G

ACNT Direct Entry Program (Intermediate to Advanced) - advanced diploma (IELTS 5.0)

30 January 21 May 24 September

15 weeks full-time

$375 (per week) $5,625 (total 15 weeks) $75 (materials fee)

Surry Hills

NSW 070570G

ACNT Direct Entry program (Intermediate to Advanced) - advanced diploma (IELTS 5.5)

27 February 25 June 29 October

10 weeks full-time

$375 (per week) $3,750 (total 10 weeks) $75 (materials fee)

Surry Hills

NSW 070570G

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Duration1

Course fees2

Campus

Code3

HLT60507 Advanced Diploma of Naturopathy

6 February 28 May 17 September

3 years full-time

$43,800 (total)

Surry Hills Brisbane

NSW 064192B QLD 068474D

HLT61007 Advanced Diploma of Nutritional Medicine

6 February 28 May 17 September

2 years full-time

$28,500 (total)

Surry Hills Brisbane

NSW 061975F QLD 068475C

HLT60107 Advanced Diploma of Western Herbal Medicine

6 February

2 years full-time

$28,500 (total)

Surry Hills Brisbane

NSW 064193A QLD 068478M

SRF30206 Certificate III in Fitness

6 February

16 weeks full-time

$2,300 (total)

Surry Hills

NSW 070165K

SRF40206 Certificate IV in Fitness

28 May

16 weeks full-time

$3,400 (total)

Surry Hills

NSW 070166J

SRF50206 Diploma of Fitness

17 September

16 weeks full-time

$5,700 (total)

Surry Hills

NSW 070167G

HLT40307 Certificate IV in Massage Therapy Practice

6 February 28 May 17 September

16 weeks full-time

$4,400 (total)

Surry Hills Brisbane

NSW 072868G QLD 075141M

HLT50307 Diploma of Remedial Massage

6 February 28 May 17 September

36 weeks full-time

$8,800 (total)

Surry Hills Brisbane

NSW 072869F QLD 075142K

HLT42707 Certificate IV in Aromatherapy

6 February 28 May 17 September

36 weeks full-time

$6,500 (total)

Surry Hills Brisbane

NSW 061977D QLD 068462G

HLT51407 Diploma of Aromatherapy

6 February 28 May 17 September

16 weeks full-time

$7,700 (total)

Surry Hills Brisbane

NSW 072870B QLD 075143J

CATC

Vocational courses

Billy Blue

AUSTRALASIAN COLLEGE OF NATURAL THERAPIES

William Blue

Please note: • Australasian College of Natural Therapies is closed on public holidays in 2012: 2 January, 26 January, 6 April, 9 April, 25 April, 7 May ( Brisbane/Gold Coast only), 11 June, 8 August ( Brisbane/ Gold Coast only), 1 October (Sydney only), 25 December, 26 December. The above durations include breaks. The above course fees estimate is based on the pricing for the 2012 commencing year. Course dates and fees are subject to change without notice. Whilst complete course fees are accurate, the trimester break-down of fees shown in this schedule are an indicative guide only and subject to change. Fees are charged by subject, and subject load can vary from trimester to trimester. Please check final trimester fees due on your invoice when you receive it. 3 Code refers to the CRICOS course code. 1

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Duration1

Course fees2

Campus

Code3

30 January 21 May 24 September

15 weeks full-time

$375 (per week) $5,625 (total 15 weeks) $75 (materials fee)

Surry Hills

NSW 070570G

ACNT Direct Entry Program (Intermediate to Advanced) - certificate/diploma (IELTS 5.0)

5 March 25 June 29 October

10 weeks full-time

$375 (per week) $3,750 (total 10 weeks) $75 (materials fee)

Surry Hills

NSW 070570G

Vocational courses

Intake dates

Duration1

Course fees2

Campus

Code3

WRB40105 Certificate IV in Beauty Therapy

6 February

44 weeks full-time

$11,500 (NSW total) $11,500 (QLD total)

Surry Hills Brisbane

NSW 061979B QLD 068463G

WRB50105 Diploma of Beauty Therapy

6 February

52 weeks full-time

$16,500 (NSW total) $15,500 (QLD total)

Surry Hills Brisbane

NSW 070162B QLD 068471G

International Certifications

Intake dates

Duration1

Course fees2

Campus

Code3

International Certification in Beauty and Spa

6 February 28 May 17 September

52 weeks full-time

$5,900 (NSW total) $3,500(QLD total)

Surry Hills Brisbane

N/A

ACNT

Intake dates

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English language courses ACNT Direct Entry Program (Intermediate to Advanced) - certificate/diploma (IELTS 4.5)

APM

Australian National College of Beauty

How to Apply

Please note: • Australian National College of Beauty is closed on the following public holidays in 2012: 2 January, 26 January, 6 April, 9 April, 25 April, 7 May ( Brisbane/Gold Coast only), 11 June, 8 August ( Brisbane/Gold Coast only), 1 October (Sydney only), 25 December, 26 December. The above durations include breaks. The above course fees estimate is based on the pricing for the 2012 commencing year. Course dates and fees are subject to change without notice. Whilst complete course fees are accurate, the trimester break-down of fees shown in this schedule are an indicative guide only and subject to change. Fees are charged by subject, and subject load can vary from trimester to trimester. Please check final trimester fees due on your invoice when you receive it. 3 Code refers to the CRICOS course code. 1

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Campus Locations NEW SOUTH WALES NORTH SYDNEY / THE ROCKS / SURRY HILLS Sydney is a safe and friendly city with pristine beaches, gorgeous harbour-side parks and possibly the most varied cuisine in the world. Sydney has emerged as a key global business centre with a dynamic creative community with many exciting opportunities waiting to be discovered.

We offer courses for international students at six colleges spread across the states of New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria. You can expect a warm welcome at all of our campuses, along with a fantastic, fun and interactive place to study. All campuses are equipped with modern classrooms, the latest computer facilities, extensive library and resource materials. They are also well serviced by public transport and are specifically located in the heart of the cities, close to amenities, restaurants and interesting sights.

QUEENSLAND BRISBANE / GOLD COAST Our Brisbane and Gold Coast campuses are located in scenic locations from the city to the beach. With a great climate, safe environment and a relaxed outdoor lifestyle, it is easy to see why Queensland is a leading study destination.

VICTORIA MELBOURNE Melbourne is well known for it’s cosmopolitan lifestyle. Experience great sporting events, quality fresh local produce and international cuisines, festivals and free community events. Famous white sand beaches, spectacular coastline, mountains and national parks contribute to an enviable outdoor lifestyle.

North Sydney Our North Sydney campus is located in a lively and safe business district, just minutes from central Sydney across the famous Harbour Bridge. It is a short stroll from North Sydney train station and is spread between three buildings where you can mix with students studying design, hospitality and business. It is also the home of William Blue Dining, a 70-seat studentrun restaurant right on campus and in close proximity to many well-known creative studios, marketing agencies and hotel chains.

The Rocks Based in Sydney’s famous Rocks area, this campus sits on one of the world’s most celebrated harbours with spectacular views of the Harbour Bridge and Opera House. Inspiring design studios are flooded with natural light where you can take creative inspiration from your local surroundings. Enjoy the creative environment and open feel of the college, while being surrounded by museums, restaurants, cafes, shops and the Museum of Contemporary Art. It is just five minutes’ walk from Circular Quay and accessible via ferry, bus or train.

Surry Hills Surry Hills is a fashionable inner Sydney suburb with a creative feel and magical mix of cultures, heritage and entrepreneurial spirit. Just a short, three-minute walk to trains and buses at Sydney’s busy Central Station, this state-of-the-art campus is close to the city’s hustle and bustle, with many inexpensive eateries and shops at hand.

Gold Coast If you love sun and design, our Gold Coast campus is the one for you. This campus offers a unique learning environment as it is just minutes from the beautiful surfing beaches for which the Gold Coast is famous. Located on Elkhorn Avenue in the centre of Surfers Paradise, this campus is very accessible by bus or taxi. You learn in a relaxed, yet modern environment, with surfing beaches, trendy cafes, exciting nightlife, fun theme parks and great shopping on your doorstep.

CAMPUS AVAILABILITY COLLEGES OPERATING ON CAMPUS North Sydney APM College of Business and Communication Billy Blue College of Design William Blue College of Hospitality Management Surry Hills Australasian College of Natural Therapies Australian National College of Beauty The Rocks CATC Design School Brisbane APM College of Business and Communication Australasian College of Natural Therapies Australian National College of Beauty Billy Blue College of Design CATC Design School Gold Coast CATC Design School Melbourne CATC Design School

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Gold Coast

Billy Blue

Brisbane

Melbourne

CATC

Sydney

ACNT

APM

William Blue

Brisbane The Brisbane campus is situated in the cultural and business centre that is Fortitude Valley. The campus is close to public transport – bus, train or ferry – and the closest train station is just a 250m walk. This modern campus was recently refurbished with custom-built classrooms, state-of-the-art computer facilities and brightly coloured interiors appealing to the artistic students’ nature. Brisbane enjoys a warm climate, extensive riverside parks, a passion for sport, culture and outdoor events, and is just one hour away from the beautiful Sunshine and Gold Coasts.

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Melbourne Our Melbourne campus is in the heart of Melbourne. It’s close to fantastic restaurants, funky boutiques, café-filled lane ways, cool bars, unbeatable galleries and luscious parks. Our design campus is located on Little Collins Street, just a short walk from Spencer Street Station.

How to Apply

The campus is easily accessible via train, tram, bicycle or car. There iscommercial car parking available close to the campus. Based in the creative hub of Australia, it’s no wonder this campus has a great vibe. You learn with like-minded students from lecturers with current industry experience. You will be in an excellent learning environment and enjoy access to the latest technology. Think: Education Group International Prospectus 2012 | 13

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Campus Facilities

NORTH SYDNEY CAMPUS Northpoint Building, 171 Pacific Highway North Sydney, NSW Australia 2060 213 Miller Street North Sydney, NSW Australia 2060 2 - 20 Ernest Place Crows Nest NSW Australia 2065 Our Northpoint location (Billy Blue College of Design and William Blue College of Hospitality Management) is open from 7:30am to 10:30pm, Monday to Friday, and 10:00am to 4:00pm on Saturdays during the semester. Our location at 213 Miller Street (APM College of Business and Communication) is open from 8:00am to 6:00pm Monday to Friday. Classes run from 8am to 10pm Monday to Saturday depending on your timetable.

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FACILITIES AND SERVICES AT NORTH SYDNEY CAMPUS INCLUDE: • Resource Centre packed full of books, magazines, publications, CDs, DVDs and Apple iMac computers • Access to UNILINC shared library system • Electronic database access to leading online journals • Printing and copying services for a fee • Free wireless access available most places on campus so bring along your laptop • Computer labs which are equipped with Apple iMac computers and software • Studio spaces with Macs, PCs and break-out spaces for group work • Student lounge areas with some microwaves and vending machines • William Blue Dining - our awardwinning, 70-seat training studentrun restaurant on campus • Fully-equipped commercial kitchen facilities for William Blue students (North Sydney campus and Crows Nest)

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• Lecture rooms that simulate facilities found in industry • Some of our lecture rooms within the college are sponsored by one of our industry partners – you may find yourself attending classes in the Merivale, AMI or TOGA rooms – named after industry partners • Think: Auditorium is one of North Sydney’s largest lecture theatres, designed to seat 200 people with breakout and foyer areas • Student service staff – to help with administrative issues • Career and alumni services • Student support services • Access dedicated Learning and Academic Skills (LAS) support staff for your entire study duration. A LAS tutor will enhance your academic skills through optional tutorials to help improve your English and/ or language skills assessment grades • An extensive food court below the College, plus numerous cafes and restaurants just outside.


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THE ROCKS CAMPUS 1-5 Hickson Road The Rocks, Sydney NSW 2000

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The Rocks campus is open from 8:30am to 9pm, Monday to Thursday and Fridays 8:30am to 5.30pm. Classes run from 8:30am to 12:30pm, 1:30pm to 5:30pm and 6:00pm to 9:00pm depending on your timetable.

How to Apply

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ACNT

APM

William Blue

FACILITIES AND SERVICES AT THE ROCKS CAMPUS INCLUDE: • Access to a dedicated collection of books, magazines and publications • Free wireless access available most places on campus so bring along your laptop • Computer labs and drawing rooms with the latest Apple iMac computers and software • Studio spaces with Macs, PCs and break-out spaces for group work • Student lounge areas with vending machines • Student service staff – to help with administrative issues • Access dedicated Learning and Academic Skills (LAS) support staff for your entire study duration. A LAS tutor will enhance your academic skills through optional tutorials to help improve your English and/ or language skills assessment grades • Cafes and restaurants nearby • Access to UNILINC shared library system

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Campus facilities

SURRY HILLS CAMPUS 57 Foveaux Street Surry Hills, NSW Australia 2010 The campus is open from 8am to 9pm Monday to Thursday, 8am to 5pm Friday, during the semester. FACILITIES AND SERVICES AT SURRY HILLS CAMPUS INCLUDE: On-site Student Clinics You can make an appointment at any one of our Student Clinics. Our well-equipped dispensary has nutritional and herbal supplements, herbal fluid extracts, homoeopathic remedies, Bach flowers and Australian bush flower essences. Students in specific courses can use this dispensary under the guidance of a clinic supervisor and purchase products at a reduced rate. Students in some of our courses gain practical experience through the clinic. Herbal Medicine, Aromatherapy and Beauty Manufacturing Rooms We have dedicated herbal medicine, aromatherapy and beauty manufacturing rooms that you may use during your training. Job Finder Updated on a daily basis, you will discover an array of working opportunities - both local and international. Many of our graduates have been employed by well known industry leaders such as Blackmores, Brauers Pharmaceuticals, GNC LiveWell, Voyages, Chiva Som (Thailand) and Steiner Leisure. • Resource Centre packed full of books, magazines, publications, CDs, DVDs and latest Apple iMac computers • Access to UNILINC shared library system • Electronic database access to leading online journals • Printing and copying services for a fee

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• Free wireless access available most places on campus so bring along your laptop • Student common areas • Nourish – Our Café and Bookstore Your one-stop-shop for healthy, nutritious food, course notes/materials, general reading and stationery needs • Student service staff – to help with administrative issues • Student support services • Access dedicated Learning and Academic Skills (LAS) support staff for your entire study duration. A LAS tutor will enhance your academic skills through optional tutorials to help improve your English and/ or language skills assessment grades • Cafes and restaurants nearby.

MELBOURNE CAMPUS Level 3, South Tower 485 La Trobe Street Melbourne, VIC Australia 3000 Level 6, 271 William Street Melbourne, VIC Australia 3000 The Melbourne campus is open from 8am to 9pm, Monday to Friday during the semester. Classes run from 8:30am to 9pm Monday to Friday depending on your timetable. A new location at 595 Little Collins Street is under development in the heart of Melbourne. We are currently seeking approval through Australia's registering bodies to establish this as Think:’s exciting new Melbourne Campus. Through facilities strategically designed for the design industry we hope to enhance the student learning experience. FACILITIES AND SERVICES AT THE MELBOURNE CAMPUS INCLUDE: • Resource materials include books, magazines, publications, CDs, DVDs and an extensive

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Our Brisbane campus is open from 8am to 9pm, Monday to Thursday and Fridays 8am to 5.30pm. Classes run from 8.30am to 12.30pm and 1.30pm to 5.30pm. FACILITIES AND SERVICES AT THE BRISBANE CAMPUS INCLUDE: • Resource Centre packed full of books, magazines, publications, CDs, DVDs and latest Apple iMac computers • Electronic database access to leading online journals • Printing and copying services for a fee • Free wireless access available most places on campus so bring along your laptop • Computer labs and studios with Apple iMac computers and software

FACILITIES AND SERVICES AT THE GOLD COAST CAMPUS INCLUDE: • Resource Centre packed full of books, magazines, publications, CDs, DVDs and latest Apple iMac computers • Access to UNILINC shared library system • Printing and copying services for a fee • Free wireless access available most places on campus so bring along your laptop • Computer labs and studios with the latest Apple iMac computers and software • Studio spaces with Macs and breakout spaces for group work • Student lounge areas with some microwaves, vending machines and a fridge • Student service staff – to help with administrative issues • Student support services • Access Academic and Language support from student services or through your lecturers to assist you with your studies • Cafes and restaurants nearby.

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Billy Blue CATC William Blue

Gold Coast campus is open from 8am to 9pm, Monday to Thursday and Fridays 8am to 5.30pm. Classes run from 8.30am to 12.30pm and 1.30pm to 5.30pm.

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APM

Level 2, 9 Bay Street Southport QLD Australia 4215

ACNT

Unit 2, 10 Costin Street Fortitude Valley QLD Australia 4006

GOLD COAST CAMPUS

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BRISBANE CAMPUS

• Studio spaces with Macs and breakout spaces for group work • Student lounge areas with some microwaves, vending machines, FOXTEL and a fridge • Student service staff – to help with administrative issues • Student support services • Access to UNILINC shared library system • Access Academic and Language support from student services or through your lecturers to assist you with your studies • Cafes and restaurants nearby

How to Apply

collection of fabrics and other swatches • Access to UNILINC shared library system • Electronic database access to leading online journals • Printing and copying services for a fee • Free wireless access available most places on campus so bring along your laptop • Computers which are Apple iMacs equipped with the latest software • Studio spaces with Macs, PCs and break-out spaces for group work • Student and staff lounge areas with some kitchen facilities • Lecture rooms that simulate facilities found in industry • Student service staff – to help with administrative issues • Student support services • Access Academic and Language support from student services or through your lecturers to assist you with your studies • Numerous cafes and restaurants just outside.


Student Information Student Services, Support, Careers and Alumni

STUDENT SERVICES

STUDENT SUPPORT

THINK: STUDENT SERVICES We take the needs of our students seriously. That’s why we have a designated department just to assist you,. This is your official point of contact and the first place to go with general and administrative questions. It provides the personalised support needed during study, from orientation to graduation and is a valuable resource for students needing information, advice or support.

Student Representative Council We understand that you need a student voice and a life outside of college. The Student Representative Council is responsible for helping you to speak up and maintain a balanced lifestyle. They discuss current issues and organise a range of fun events such as barbeques, social activities and various sporting events – because having fun is an essential part of the Think: experience!

Academic Learning Support As a student, there may be times when you feel overwhelmed with study or would like some help to complete an assignment. Our staff can help you to study more effectively and develop your skills in: • Writing (essays and reports) • Study techniques • Goal setting • Grammar and spelling • Time organisation • Creating an effective study environment • Academic learning • Exam preparation

THINK: POSITIVE - STUDENT SUPPORT Think: Positive ensures that academic issues are dealt with and that students are supported in their learning. The team includes access to a counsellor who can offer confidential assistance to students with personal and welfare issues.

Dedicated Learning and Academic Skills (LAS) support staff are available on-campus in North Sydney and Surry Hills. Other students can access LAS support online through their Student Portal or through the Student Services or lecturers on their campus. Additionally, lecturers can refer students or students can contact Think: Class (Centre for Learning and Academic Skills Support) directly.

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Personal Counselling Here at Think:, we don’t want life’s challenges to get in the way of your academic success. That’s why we provide confidential and free counselling to help with any difficulties that you might be experiencing. Counselling can be a highly effective way to work through any issues that may affect your wellbeing and success. Our counselling team is here to discuss any matter – big or small – that is getting in the way of your study. So feel free to ask your counsellor any questions you may have. We can help with all kinds of concerns including: • Anxiety – you might feel scared about doing an exam or giving a presentation • Managing stress • Relief of worries, depression or mental issues that could affect your study • Balancing commitments • Relaxation – learn methods to study and live in harmony • Conflict – coping with challenging situations and people • Motivation, goal setting and confidence

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• Handling the lack of friends or support • Cultural or identity issues – understanding Australian culture and education • Sorting out family or relationship issues • Dealing with change, for example study commitments. Benefits of our counselling service include: • Private, face-to-face counselling offered from professionally qualified experienced counsellors at North Sydney and Surry Hills campuses. • Telephone counselling available for students at all campuses. If illness or another serious cause has interfered with the completion of your studies, counsellors can help you to apply for special consideration. In the case of any urgent matters, our counsellors will make every effort to speak with you as soon as possible. Confidentiality Please be assured that counselling is absolutely confidential – nothing you say will be discussed with anyone else without your consent. From time to time, counsellors speak about their work with other counsellors, for the purpose of reviewing the counsellor’s work. In this situation, however, only the first name is used to protect the person’s privacy. There are exceptions to confidentiality. Under these circumstances, the counsellor would tell you of their concern and what they plan to do about it. It is in your best interest that the counsellor may need to contact other health professionals and/or your family depending on the nature of the risk. Disability support Reasonable adjustments are made according to our Policies and Procedures. Please refer to www.think.edu.au for detailed information.


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CAREERS AND ALUMNI

APM

William Blue

CATC

THINK: FUTURE CAREERS AND ALUMNI Think: Future, Careers and Alumni gives students the skills and contacts to gain industry placement or internships and launch their careers. We highly encourage and support our students with their career planning and our staff help to provide: • Advice on career development – learn how to find a job after completing your studies • Possible internship or industry placement opportunities • Part-time job opportunities – We may notify you of career and job opportunities and some of our Colleges also provide additional support to help you decide which areas to follow up • Resume writing – We offer advice on how to complete a resume and cover letter • Interview skills and techniques – learn how to prepare for a successful interview.

ACNT

Networking events Networking opportunities may be advertised by our Careers and Alumni or Student Services teams. Look out for events and speakers on campus.

How to Apply

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Alumni network Careers and Alumni or Student Services help graduates keep in contact with the Think: Colleges. Each year events are organised by the College so students can network with former students (‘alumni’) and other professionals.

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Living in Australia Lifestyle and Accommodation LIVING EXPENSES BUDGET We recommend that you set aside $350 – $400 per week for living expenses. For information on living in Australia, including indicative costs of living and accommodation options please visit www.think.edu.au/overseas-students. As an international student you wil need to have access to funds to cover travel, tuition and living expenses. At least $18,000 for the first one, two or three years as part of your visa application and depending on your assessment level.

ACCOMMODATION There are many options for student accommodation in Australia which range from living with a family in homestay accommodation to student residences, shared apartments, or living in your own apartment. AUSTRALIAN HOMESTAY NETWORK (AHN) Think: is proud to associate with AHN for the provision services for its students at all campus locations. AHN is Australia’s leading homestay organisation and has set new standards in delivering successful homestay accommodation for international students in Australia. International Students arriving in Australia for the first time are recommended to stay with an AHN trained host prior to seeking longer term accommodation. AHN offers the perfect short term and temporary accommodation choice and their program helps students with getting safely settled for their time in Australia. 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. Students are encouraged to share information about their home country and culture with their AHN homestay host. After the first 4 week minimum stay period there are also numerous continuing AHN Homestay options to suit the various students’ needs.

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For bookings contact the Australian Homestay Network on www.homestaynetwork.org or ask you Think: Course and Careers Advisor for details. APARTMENT LIVING Many students share apartments or live on their own. It is recommended that students arrive in Australia early in order to visit apartments and meet potential flatmates before making a commitment. You may like to book into a hostel for your first few days or a 4 week homestay and then look for share accommodation with others. PERMANENT AND TEMPORARY ACCOMMODATION For details on homestay providers or possible places to look for permanent and temporary accommodation please visit www.think.edu.au/ overseas-students.

GUARDIAN SERVICES ISA GUARDIAN SERVICES ISA Guardian & Welfare Services is a National provider of guardian services to students under the age of 18 wishing to study in Australia. The company was founded in 1997 and the National office is based in Melbourne. They are the largest and only National independent guardian service currently operating within Australia. Think is proud to associate with ISA for the provision of guardianship services for international students under 18 at all campus locations. ISA have numerous local guardians in all major capital cities around Australia, their staff all have bilingual capabilities including the following languages; Vietnamese, Mandarin, Cantonese and Hokkien. One of their professional staff near your campus will be allocated to represent you as under 18 student whilst you are studying in Australia. To find out more about ISA’S services please visit the website at www.studentguardians.com or ask you Think: Course and Careers Advisor for details.

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* Norwegian, Swedish and Belgian students do not need OSHC.

CULTURE AND CUSTOMS Australia is a fairly multicultural country and over 25% of the population was born in a different country. Australia’s land size is approximately the same size as the continental United States. The current population is around 22 million with most people living in the capital cities and along the East Coast. While Australia’s official language is English, over 200 languages are spoken. Australians are generally fairly easygoing and informal. At the same time, we value hard work, fairness, teamwork, and supporting others. We believe everyone should have equal rights and equal opportunities. Australian residents have a range of religions, views, and backgrounds. While people may not agree with you, people are generally respectful and tolerant of the choices and views of others. Australians also enjoy a good laugh and love to make fun of things including themselves.

Your classroom colleagues, like the workforce will have a variety of backgrounds, experiences, and views. At Think, many classes also have an emphasis on group work. This helps to simulate a real-world work environment where you will regularly need to be able to work with colleagues and clients to agree on solutions for a final product or service. We know that there are many different styles of learning and our staff are happy to help you to understand what is expected of you in order to be successful in your course. We have online support available to all students. Our largest campuses in North Sydney and Surry Hills have access to dedicated staff to provide this support and at all campuses lecturers and other staff are happy to help.

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Billy Blue CATC William Blue

In all of our classes there will of course be reading and memorisation required, but the important thing is being able to use and apply the knowledge. In our vocational courses, there is a focus on learning and demonstrating specific tasks and techniques similar to those required in the industry. Higher education courses have more focus on theory. You will be expected to analyse what you are learning through written assignments and participation in class discussions.

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For more information, see http://www.think.edu. au/our-partners/international/colleges-programs/ colleges-programs, ask your Think Course and Careers Advisor or your education agent.

In Australia, and particularly at Think, there is a focus on the practical application of what you have learned. After successful completion of our courses, we hope that you will be ready to apply your skills and knowledge in the workforce.

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Some of the services you can expect, our larger campuses have regular on campus support by trained OSHC Worldcare staff who can assist with your questions and process your claims. Certain doctors will bill OSHC Worldcare directly. You also have access to 24/7 Help line, which provides access to medical, legal and interpreting services. Your student visa condition 8501 requires that you have OSHC for the duration of your student visa. Proof of OSHC is required as part of your visa.

INTRODUCTION TO THE AUSTRALIAN STYLE OF LEARNING

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Think has partnered with OSHC Worldcare to provide value and quality health cover services to our international students. All international students in Australia on student visas must have health insurance from an Australian Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) provider.* OSHC is a great way for you and your family to know that you will have health insurance if and when you need it.

Australians enjoy the benefits of the multicultural society through food, music, and the arts. People also enjoy being outdoors and will spend time with friends at a barbeque, going for a walk, or going to the beach. Many Australians love their sport and popular sports include cricket, rugby, football (soccer), swimming, tennis, golf, cycling, and horse racing.

How to Apply

OVERSEAS STUDENT HEALTH COVER


English Language Programs

ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSE (INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED) CRICOS course code NSW 070567C Duration (hours) 25 hours per week classroom study Duration (weeks) 4-52 weeks Campus location North Sydney Course description If you are planning to go on to further study at Think: Education for higher education or vocational studies you can also choose EAP. This course is designed to help develop your language and study skills necessary for success in the vocational and higher education program of your choice. You can be accepted onto the program once you have reached an Intermediate level of General English. The course allows you to progress into one of our colleges without completing an IELTS/TOEFL test.

The course covers: • • • • • • • • •

Academic reading & writing Vocabulary extension Text analysis Report & essay writing Study skills and strategies Listening & note-taking skills Grammar for study of academic materials Research project work Seminar / presentation delivery

Admission requirements • IELTS 4.5 or IELTS 5.0. • minimum 16 years of age at course commencement Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 5. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 5. Career prospects This program will help build your academic and English skills to succeed in the vocational or higher education course of your choice at Think: Education .

This program allows you the opportunity to study for short or extended periods, thereby acting as: • an Australian academic skills refresher course • a bridging course prior to your Direct Entry Program or primary course • an extension to your previous studies, as required

“In this course I can learn more about the design world before I start my main course. I am really enjoying the course!” Khoi Nguyen Vietnam Design Direct Entry Program

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ENGLISH LEVEL ASSISTANCE If you are interested in one of our academic courses and you do not meet the English language requirements, please ask our Coutrse and Careers Advisors. We have a number of English language partners. We would be happy to help you organise an English Language course of IELTS 4.5 or above prior to starting studies.

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We also offer Learning and Academic Skills (LAS) support to students and have extensive past experience in teaching students from different backgrounds. Please refer to course descriptions in the designated college sections of this prospectus for more information.

ENGLISH PARTNERS

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It is well documented that student engagement takes place when students are interested in the content of their program and are with likeminded students. In the Direct Entry Programs students are learning English through content/ discipline based topics that interest and motivate them to achieve their goals. This is an exciting development for English language programs. Our students are learning about their future discipline, about how to be successful in their later studies and making new friends that they’ll have for many years.

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IMPROVE ENGLISH SKILLS QUICKLY A dynamic way to study English at our colleges is through one of our Direct Entry English Programs. Over the past 14 years, we have achieved great success in preparing students for their tertiary studies.

Student benefits include: • Advancing your English level and academic skills while learning language used in the industry of their choice • Better results can be achieved during tertiary studies • Choice of discipline-specific English programs in design, hospitality, business and natural therapies • Required English level can be achieved in only 10-15 weeks, depending on IELTS entry level • Progress without completing an additional IELTS/TOEFL test • Study with like-minded students who share their passion • Face-to-face lessons for 25 hours each week.

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DIRECT ENTRY PROGRAMS

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“The teachers are very good and explain the topics clearly. We get a lot of work to do, but since the material is all hospitality/tourism based, it’s interesting. We also get to go on great excursions like last week we visited a big hotel in the city and it was fantastic!”

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How to Apply

Yeongjae Son South Korea Hospitality Management Direct Entry Program

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Industry Experience and Networking Your Career Starts on Day One

EARN AS YOU LEARN At some of our colleges, a course will include industry placement or an optional internship. These programs let you complete your course with a qualification and earn valuable experience in your chosen career. EXPERIENCE THAT MAKES YOU EMPLOYABLE Industry Placement Typically, the industry placement program provides unpaid work experience. It’s the perfect way for students to gain valuable industry experience and make connections in the workplace. Most of our bachelor degree students, you gain significant professional work experience as part of their course. The supervised industry placement forms a key part of your education pathway – and gives you the chance to work for one of many organisations ready to mentor you. Industry Placements may be paid or unpaid depending on the industry and on the specific placement. Doing an industry placement is a great way for you to gain workplace experience and get a true feel for what it’s like to work in the industry of your choice. This is what employers are looking for – and it can make you hot property in the employment market.

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Internship Program Depending on your vocational course of study, you may have the opportunity to participate in the internship program. This optional program is provided at no cost and allows you to put your learning into action by gaining work experience. Internships may be paid or unpaid depending on the industry and on the specific placement. The internship program involves working 2 days a week for up to 6 months and occurs outside of scheduled class times. AUSTRALIAN STUDENT VISA Unless you’re an Australian citizen or permanent resident or New Zealander you’ll need a visa to study in Australia. A student visa allows you to stay in Australia for the duration of your course and also to work for a maximum of 20 hours a week during term time to help you build experience and industry contacts. There are strict requirements when applying for an Australian student visa. To find out more about visas, the requirements and the conditions that come with it, please refer to http://www.immi.gov.au.

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Institutional Alliances

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Our Growing Network

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NETHERLANDS EUHOFA http://www.euhofa.net SOUTH KOREA Baewha Women’s University www.baewha.ac.kr KTC (Korean Tourism College), South Korea http://www.ktc.ac.kr/

CHINA CIBT Education Group, Beijing www.cibt.net

INDONESIA International Design School, Jakarta http://www.idseducation.com/index.html Nikki International Hotel School, Bali http://www.nikki-international.com/index.php JAPAN YIC http://www.bm.yic.ac.jp/

Mediegruppen (Medieskolan/Medieinstitut) http://www.medieskolan.se/ THAILAND International Hotel and Tourism Industry Management School (I-TIM), Bangkok http://www.i-tim.ac.th/ Artiiculation%20agreement.html

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DENMARK Dania http://www.hsminerva.dk/sw19223.asp

SWEDEN Berghs School of Communication, Stockholm http://nya.berghs.se/

Rajamangala University of Technology Rattanakosin (RMUTR), Bangkok http://www.rmutr.ac.th/ ANCB

Shanghai Jianqiao College, Shanghai http://www.gench.com.cn/enweb/about/ about.htm

UNITED KINGDOM University College Birmingham, UK http://www.ucb.ac.uk/asp/home.asp

Management Development Institute of Singapore (MDIS)

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Johnson & Wales University, Providence, Rhode Island http://www.jwu.edu/

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SINGAPORE Republic Polytechnic http://www.rp.sg

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Gumi College, South Korea www.kumi.ac.kr

Ouhua College, Shanghai www.shouhua.net.au

http://www.mdis.edu.sg/

NORWAY Westerdals School of Communication http://www.westerdals.no/

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Our international alliances create many beneficial outcomes for our students and our colleges. Greater opportunities and a wider knowledge of the global economy are developed by allowing students to move smoothly between institutions in their own country and Think in Australia. These relationships create opportunities for study in Australia and elsewhere, as well as generating the sharing of ideas between passionate educators and students.

Midwest Culinary Institute, Cincinnati http://culinary.cincinnatistate.edu/

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the pencil is limitless Welcome to Billy Blue College of Design Where anything is possible

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BILLY BLUE COLLEGE OF DESIGN

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Where ambition meets practical application

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Welcome Seven great reasons to study at Billy Blue College of Design Student Success Story / Study pathways Our Graduates Connected to Industry English Language Programs Higher Education Programs Vocational Education Programs Frequently Asked Questions

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Billy Blue College of Design is a leading design college in Sydney and an inspirational space for design education. The college has recently expanded to offer courses at Think:’s Brisbane campus. Billy Blue equips you with the practical design skills to become a successful designer in a top design company. As a student, you have access to great internships, projects and employment opportunities in some of Australia’s most dynamic creative agencies. You learn in a vibrant environment in which you explore the design process, experiment with ideas, grow in confidence and above all, have fun!

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Fig 1 - 2. Andrew Barnum as Billy Blue

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HELLO FRIEND

As a leading design college in Sydney and Brisbane, our success comes down to two things. One: providing a vibrant learning environment where students can experiment and investigate their expressive and personal potential as designers in their chosen discipline, and Two: supporting students as they experience the rigour and pace of professional design while still at College. In short – students have fun surrounded by like-minded people in a generous, collaborative working studio environment. At Billy Blue you learn about yourself as a designer and grow in confidence to be ready to enter top design firms or agencies. These key objectives are the ambitions that pull us all together.

We look forward to welcoming you into our unique environment and our established fraternity of collaborators and partners.

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At Billy Blue we don’t work in a theoretical vacuum. Our courses, whether Bachelor of Applied Design Degrees or Vocational foundation courses, are born out of our original mission of ‘design education for designers by designers.’ At Billy Blue we proudly produce ‘design thinkers who can make, and do.’

Billy Blue is proud to claim an iconic and affectionate place in the hearts and minds of the global design community.

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We stand committed to our key values of providing relevant and practical design education through maintaining consistent engagement with the design and communication industry, the academic community and the community of designers around the world.

The landscape for designers today is increasingly complex. Billy Blue designers are focused on finding opportunities to apply the design and problem solving process wherever possible. Design today has to be responsive to the myriad issues that face contemporary urban life and shifting consumer niches. It’s no longer feasible to consider design as a purely aesthetic or decorative exercise. Generating unique solutions to problems is at the heart of what some theorists call ‘the dawning of the creative age.’ We are always looking for unique individuals to nurture and mentor. Working in design is much more than just making pictures. It’s a demanding and exhilarating life-choice where we work with clients and project objectives to create potent and memorable design outcomes. It’s much more than art. It’s about creating the opportunity to design no matter the chosen discipline. We are always moving towards the industry as it exists, responding to the social and commercial reality of the time.

Andrew Barnum Head of College

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Billy Blue College of Design has grown into a truly inspirational destination for design education.

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A WELCOME FROM THE HEAD OF SCHOOL

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Seven Great Reasons to Study with us

1. Reputation Billy Blue College of Design is renowned for achieving an extremely high employability rate in the design industry. graduates 2. Award-winning Our students regularly win top design awards and significant prestigious industry competitions and internships, such as the DIA Australasian Student Design Competition and GOTYA (Graduate of the Year Awards). We are proud to educate our sought-after, award-winning graduates for design firms and agencies around the globe.

3. Heritage Billy Blue College of Design has a twentytwo year history as one of Australia’s leading Design Colleges. We’re proud to have produced some of Australia’s most creative and successful design graduates.

4. Skills Our motto is to educate “thinkers that do” so we equip you with the right skills to become a successful designer. And we’re always moving towards the industry as it works, in commercial reality. and work experience 5. Internships Our Project Studio is a unique, interactive space where you work on ‘live’ projects with external clients in your second and third year of Bachelor programs. We have internship, work experience and scholarship agreements with local design agencies such as Landor, Frost* Design, and Leo Burnett Digital to name a few. Fig. 1

life 6. Campus The exterior walls of Billy Blue’s North Sydney Campus show how much we love design – it could be the only college in the world to win an award at the New York Type Directors Club for design signage! We have also won awards for the graphics on our classroom doors designed by some of our own students and lecturers. Both the North Sydney and Brisbane popular interior graffiti walls are a work-in-progress, and a public space for unstructured creative expression.

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Vibrant student mix Billy Blue College of Design unites students from around the world, incorporating ideas and influences of many cultures to produce excellence in design. With approximately 850 students studying on campus, almost half of those students are Australian. This gives international students the opportunity to refine their English skills and experience Australian culture first-hand. Presently, our international students come from Asian countries such as Korea, China, India, Vietnam, Indonesia and Taiwan, and other nations like Sweden, Iceland, France, the Netherlands, Colombia, Venezuela and Brazil.


Sarita Walsh

Graphic Design Student of the Year

It is the second year that a Billy Blue College of Design student has been awarded the title of ‘Design Student of the Year’. Sarita graduated from Billy Blue College of Design in November 2009 with a Bachelor of Applied Design (Communication) and has just started her first job in graphic design at the acclaimed Ideaworks.

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This was a rigorous competition process that included DIA panel interview and work presentation, shortlisting to finalist, then final judging. University and private college students compete for these awards. Sarita’s success is a direct reflection of the Billy Blue College of Design team’s dedication to the Associate Degree and Bachelor programs.

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The GOTYA awards are organised by the Design Institute of Australia and showcase the best student work throughout NSW as judged by representatives from the industry.

She also recently picked up the DIA (Design Institute of Australia) Graphic Design GOTYA NSW (Graduate of the Year Award) as well as the prestigious DIA Design Student of the Year Award 2010. This is the second time that a Billy Blue College of Design student has won the GOTYA double award.

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Billy Blue College of Design graduate, Sarita Walsh was recently awarded the title of ‘Graphic Design Student of the Year’ and the overall title of ‘Design Student of The Year’ at the 2010 Graduate of the Year Awards (GOTYA).

Study Pathway

For students who do not meet the English language entry criteria, please see page 32 for information about our Direct entry program.

Entry Criteria • Year 11 • IELTS 5.5

Billy Blue College of Design CUV30303 Certificate III in Design Fundamentals 15 weeks

Billy Blue College of Design Bachelor of Applied Design 3 years* • Communication • Digital Media • Branded Environment • Commercial Interior • Residential Interior • Branded Fashion

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CATC Design School 30675QLD Diploma of Commercial Arts (Graphic Design) 1 year

*Students completing a Diploma with

Entry Criteria • Year 12 • IELTS 5.5

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CATC may receive advanced standing of up to one year when continuing on to the Billy Blue Bachelor of Applied Design. Conditions apply.

Entry Criteria • Year 12 • IELTS 6.0 • Portfolio

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Entry Criteria • Year 11 • IELTS 5.5 • Portfolio

Billy Blue College of Design CUV30303 Certificate III in Design Fundamentals 15 weeks

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Our Graduates When you graduate from Billy Blue, you’re likely to be a sought-after graduate. Our top students work for leading design companies all around the world as Graphic Designers, Art Directors, Photographers, Account Managers, Residential Designers, Digital Media Experts, Brand Fashion Designers and Commercial Interior Designers.

PAN YAMBOONRUANG Landor Associates Designer 2005 Graduate Communication Design Bachelor Degree

“Billy Blue was my obvious choice thanks to its practical approach, industry recognition, creative reputation, and quality, experienced lecturers. I can honestly say that I enjoyed every second of working on design projects because I had an open license to create. There’s no right or wrong in this job and the possibilities are endless. Having a happy client is vital to doing a job well in this industry, and it’s one of the most rewarding parts of the job. To be a good designer, I need to constantly push myself beyond what I think I can do.

WHITNEY COLBOURN War Design Junior Designer 2009 Graduate Communication Design Bachelor Degree

“I really liked the personal atmosphere of Billy Blue College of Design and wanted to go to the best design college possible where I could collaborate with talented people on a range projects. Landing a position at War Design has been an exciting opportunity for me. They believe in great design and the change it can affect, which makes for a motivating and inspiring work environment. No brief or project is ever the same and my skills as a designer are always put to the test. I love everything about this industry - the work, deadlines, challenges, inspiration, people and more. My plan for the future is to become the Creative Director of my own studio.”

Our graduates work in a number of leading design, advertising and publishing firms, both here in Australia and around the world. You’ll spot them working for many prestigious companies including:

For now, I’m keen to get my hands on as many brands as possible, be it big, small, corporate or boutique.”

Landor www.landor.com

ALICE HIGGINS ACP Magazines and Channel 9 Designer

RAY KRISTIANTO Resolution Design Australia 3D Artist

2006 Graduate Communication Design Bachelor Degree

2009 Graduate Multimedia Design Bachelor Degree

Pearshop www.pearshop.com.au Blue Marlin www.bluemarlinbd.com Mentally Friendly www.mentallyfriendly.com Ink Project www.inkproject.com Team Bondi www.teambondi.com Creative Method www.thecreativemethod.com War Design www.wardesign.com.au Eskimo Design www.eskimodesign.com.au Frost* Design www.frostdesign.com.au

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“The study environment at Billy Blue was friendly, inviting and fun! I liked the fact that the degree included lots of practical work and that the lecturers actually worked in the industry. The highlight of my career so far has definitely been seeing my work going from the design stage through to print and onto newsagents shelves. There’s so much gratification in knowing that you helped produce a magazine. Seeing my work on television and knowing that it is being broadcast live across Australia, and streamed on the internet is also a great thrill. I love the visual aspect of both print media and television and wanted to be part of the creative process. Having this diversity across two jobs keeps it interesting and fun! To get into the magazine industry you need to be determined, motivated and show initiative. Eventually I would like to be Art Director of a women’s lifestyle magazine.”

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“Billy Blue College of Design gave me the opportunity to hold lots of workshops and studio sessions. It was such an amazing opportunity to share with fellow students. While studying at Billy Blue, I won the Yellow Sock Award in my 2nd year for breaking new ground, and the Commodore Award in my 3rd year for academic performance, attitude, creativity and professionalism. Recently I won the Sydney Cut&Paste 3D Design competition which places me alongside the rest of the design world at the New York Global Championship. Thanks to Billy Blue, I now work as a 3D Artist at Resolution Design Australia, a postproduction company handling shorts, TVCs and commercials. There’s nothing better than earning money by making awesome cool graphics for the rest of my life. I continue to be inspired by artists around the world every single day.”


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Connected to Industry

As a student at Billy Blue College of Design, you get real-world experience. Our courses are nationally recognised and developed in close consultation with industry professionals. You can graduate with a qualification that is industry-endorsed and gives you strong links to the career of your choice. The design industry thinks very highly of our college and graduates. Read what they have to say about us. 32

FROST* DESIGN Carlo Giannasca Design Director & Partner “In my experience, Billy Blue produces students who have that rare combination of creativity and professional competence. This is refreshing for an employer who is looking for people who are capable and can hit the ground running.”

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ESKIMO Genevieve McKelvey & Clare Stephens Art Directors “We are really impressed with the high standard of professionalism, enthusiasm and passion from our mentees and their fellow students as seen at the end-of-year exhibition. It’s great to see a wide range of work in their folios from typography and packaging through to advertising. The briefs set are realistic guides of what they might be given when working in a studio and are sure to give them a good insight into what will be expected of them once they enter the workforce.”


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“When interviewing for positions in the Creative Department at MTV, I have found Billy Blue graduates to be a cut above the rest. With a broad and useful skill set, clear and thorough portfolios and a high level of creative flair, graduates are exceptionally well prepared to enter the industry.“

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“Over the last five years Landor has built a strong relationship with Billy Blue with the deliberate intention of reducing the gap between industry and education. As part of our Shine design internship program, now in its 6th year, we offer places to the brightest and most dynamic students that we believe are ready to play a part in our business. Without fail the interns we’ve taken on from Billy Blue have shown an incredible degree of enterprise, energy, enthusiasm and creativity. They have quickly become invaluable members of the design team, working on major projects for both domestic and international clients. We plan to give this on-going relationship our full commitment.”

MTV NETWORKS AUSTRALIA Kate Davitt Creative Services Manager

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LANDOR ASSOCIATES Mike Staniford Executive Creative Director

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English Language Programs Direct Entry

DIRECT ENTRY DESIGN DIRECT ENTRY PROGRAM (INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED) CRICOS course code NSW 070566D Duration (hours) 15 weeks - 375 hours of classroom study 10 weeks - 250 hours of classroom study Duration (weeks) Direct entry for vocational education IELTS 4.5 – 15 weeks (including breaks) IELTS 5.0 – 10 weeks (including breaks) Direct entry for higher education IELTS 5.0 – 15 weeks (including breaks) IELTS 5.5 – 10 weeks (including breaks) Campus location North Sydney Course description This unique program will help you improve your English skills and build your knowledge and vocabulary to succeed in your chosen design program. • Improve your English and academic skills while learning language used in the design industry • Opportunity to achieve your required English level in only 10-15 weeks, depending on IELTS entry level • Progress without completing an IELTS/ TOEFL test • Study with like-minded students who love design • Study for 25 hours per week. Admission requirements Direct entry for vocational education • IELTS 4.5 or IELTS 5.0 Direct entry for higher education • IELTS 5.0 or IELTS 5.5 • minimum of 16 years of age Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 5. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 5.

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Career prospects This program will help build your academic and English skills to succeed in the design program of your choice.


Higher Education Programs Communication Design

COMMUNICATION DESIGN BACHELOR OF APPLIED DESIGN (COMMUNICATION) CRICOS course code NSW 064423C, QLD 070808B

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Duration (hours) 1152 hours of classroom study Duration (years) 3 years full-time (including breaks), 6 semesters

Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 5. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 5.

Subjects you will study First year - Level 100 Semester 1 AD101 Design Culture and Theory AD102 Ideas Generation in Visual Communication AD103 Systems of Communication AD104 Introduction to Design Practice

Second year - Level 200 Semester 3 AD201 Introduction to Design Research CD201 Design Research and Ideas Generation CD202 Interface, Representation and Sequence CD203 Design Usability and the Community

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Semester 4 CD204 Advanced Design Research CD205 Advanced Media Integration BC201 Interactive Spaces BC202 Advanced Design Strategy and Application Third year - Level 300 Semester 5 AD301 Culture of Change and Innovation AD302 Design Studio Management AD305 Independent Design Practice 1 AD307 Design in Practice 1 Semester 6 AD303 Design and Business CD301 Design in Practice 2 for CD AD304 Positioning the Design Practice AD306 Independent Design Practice 2

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Semester 2 AD105 Frameworks of Design AD106 Typography and Context BC101 Symbols and Distribution AD107 Studio Practice

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Admission requirements • Minimum 18 years of age prior to course commencement with completion of Senior High School Certificate (year 12) or equivalent or • Mature age entry with relevant work experience and • Submission of a design portfolio (6–10 pieces of original creative work) and • IELTS 6.0 (Academic) overall with a minimum of 5.5 in each skill.

Career prospects This well respected qualification equips you with the skills to become employed in exciting fields such as: • graphic design • art direction • photography • illustration • advertising • print media • magazine design and publishing • print media • copywriting • typography • finished art • packaging design • book design • information architecture • interactive graphic design.

How to Apply

Course description Communication design is all about expressing design ideas in a visual way. This course provides the practical design expertise to become an imaginative and successful designer. You’ll explore the essential areas of communication design, including typography, branding, publication design, advertising, image making, packaging, web design, information design and advertising. Best of all, you’ll work on a range of creative projects that will provide invaluable teamwork skills.

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Campus location North Sydney, Brisbane

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Higher Education Programs Digital Media/Branded Environment Design

DIGITAL MEDIA DESIGN BACHELOR OF APPLIED DESIGN (DIGITAL MEDIA) CRICOS course code NSW 064425A, QLD 070810G Duration (hours) 1152 hours of classroom study Duration (years) 3 years full-time (including breaks), 6 semesters Campus location North Sydney, Brisbane Course description Digital media design means communicating in a digital environment. This course introduces you to the fascinating world of digital media design that covers internet design, touch screens, CD ROMs, DVDs, digital animation, video games, Flash technology and mobile phones. You’ll learn to design with images, typography, sound and 3D and get a leading qualification that prepares you for a career where anything is possible. Admission requirements • Minimum 18 years of age prior to course commencement with completion of Senior High School Certificate (year 12) or equivalent or • Mature age entry with relevant work experience and • Submission of a design portfolio (6–10 pieces of original creative work) and • IELTS 6.0 (Academic) overall with a minimum of 5.5 in each skill. Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 5. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 5.

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Career prospects This well-respected qualification equips you with the skills to become employed in exciting fields such as: • video game design • animation • web design • film and TV (broadcast design) • scripting for the web • 3D design • previz art • storyboard design • illustration • interactive design • studio or production management. Subjects you will study First year - Level 100 Semester 1 AD101 Design Culture and Theory AD102 Ideas Generation in Visual Communication AD103 Systems of Communication AD104 Introduction to Design Practice Semester 2 AD105 Frameworks of Design AD106 Typography and Context DM101 Internet Design Technologies AD107 Studio Practice

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Second year - Level 200 Semester 3 AD201 Introduction to Design Research BD201 3D Design 1: Theory Planning and Concept Development DM201 Digital Video Composition and Storytelling DM202 Advanced Internet Design Studio Semester 4 DM203 Social Design Studio DM204 3D Design 2: Applied 3D in Game Design and Animation DM205 Title and Credit Design DM206 Business and Culture of Game Design Third year - Level 300 Semester 5 AD301 Culture of Change and Innovation AD302 Design Studio Management AD305 Independent Design Practice 1 AD307 Design in Practice 1 Semester 6 AD303 Design and Business DM301 Design in Practice 2 for DM – Group Interactive Design Project AD304 Positioning the Design Practice AD306 Independent Design Practice 2


BRANDED ENVIRONMENT DESIGN BACHELOR OF APPLIED DESIGN (BRANDED ENVIRONMENT) CRICOS course code NSW 064424B, QLD 070809A

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Duration (hours) 1152 hours of classroom study Duration (years) 3 years full-time (including breaks), 6 semesters

Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 5. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 5.

First year - Level 100 Semester 1 AD101 Design Culture and Theory AD102 Ideas Generation in Visual Communication AD103 Systems of Communication AD104 Introduction to Design Practice Semester 2 AD105 Frameworks of Design AD106 Typography and Context BC101 Symbols and Distribution AD107 Studio Practice

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Semester 4 BC201 Interactive Spaces BE203 Brand Management BE204 Environment Design 2: Retail BC202 Advanced Design Strategy and Application Third year - Level 300 Semester 5 AD301 Culture of Change and Innovation AD302 Design Studio Management AD305 Independent Design Practice 1 AD307 Design in Practice 1

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Second year - Level 200 Semester 3 AD201 Introduction to Design Research BD201 3D Design 1: Theory Planning and Concept Development BE201 Environment Planning and Visualisation BE202 Environment Design 1: Branding

Semester 6 AD303 Design and Business BE301 Design in Practice 2 for ED – Group Environment Project AD304 Positioning the Design Practice AD306 Independent Design Practice 2

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Admission requirements • Minimum 18 years of age prior to course commencement with completion of Senior High School Certificate (year 12) or equivalent or • Mature age entry with relevant work experience and • Submission of a design portfolio (6–10 pieces of original creative work) and • IELTS 6.0 (Academic) overall with a minimum of 5.5 in each skill.

Career prospects This well-respected qualification equips you with the skills to become employed in exciting fields such as: • retail design • exhibition design • events design • digital and actual interactive design • branding strategy • environmental and outdoor design • way finding systems • typography • 3D design (virtual and actual) • experiential design, or • studio and production management.

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Course description Branded environment means creating vibrant expressions of a brand in a variety of spaces. For example, showrooms, galleries, retail spaces, exhibitions and product launches. But it all starts with a good idea. First, you’ll learn to generate original ideas. Then, you’ll explore ways to communicate memorable creative solutions through logos, colour, sound, imagery, textures and messages. This course also gives you the unique opportunity to build valuable professional contacts while you’re studying.

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Campus location North Sydney, Brisbane

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Higher Education Programs Interior Design

COMMERCIAL INTERIOR DESIGN BACHELOR OF APPLIED DESIGN (COMMERCIAL INTERIOR) CRICOS course code NSW 067557J Duration (hours) 1152 hours of classroom study Duration (years) 3 years full-time (including breaks), 6 semesters Campus location North Sydney Course description Would you love to design the interiors of cafes, bars, hotels, restaurants, exhibitions or for the virtual world? This course teaches you everything you need to know to be a successful Commercial Interior Designer. It’s a job that involves many things – that’s why you discover areas relating to commercial interiors such as branding, lighting, sustainability and materiality. Possibly the best part of the course is the unique chance to apply your practical skills by creating commercial interior design solutions for actual clients. Admission requirements • Minimum 18 years of age prior to course commencement with completion of Senior High School Certificate (year 12) or equivalent or • Mature age entry with relevant work experience and • Submission of a design portfolio (6–10 pieces of original creative work) and • IELTS 6.0 (Academic) overall with a minimum of 5.5 in each skill. Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 5. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 5.

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Career prospects This course equips you with the skills to work in an architectural or interior design practice designing: • cafes • hotels • restaurants • exhibitions • corporate • interiors of games, virtual worlds and animations. Subjects you will study First year - Level 100 Semester 1 AD101 Design Culture and Theory AD102 Ideas Generation in Visual Communication CI101 Systems of Communication 1 AD104 Introduction to Design Practice Semester 2 AD105 Frameworks of Design CI102 History of Commercial Interiors CI103 Systems of Communication 2 CI104 Digital Worlds

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Second year - Level 200 Semester 3 AD201 Introduction to Design Research CI201 Scheduling Interiors 1 - Commercial BE201 Environment Planning and Visualisation BE202 Environment Design 1: Branding Semester 4 BC201 Interactive Spaces BE203 Brand Management CI202 Systems and Documentation 1 Retail/Exhibition BE204 Environment Design 2: Retail Third year - Level 300 Semester 5 CI301 Environment Design 3: Hospitality/Corporate AD301 Culture of Change and Innovation CI302 Scheduling Interiors 2: Commercial AD305 Independent Design Practice 1 Semester 6 CI303 Systems and Documentation 2 Hospitality/Corporate AD306 Independent Design Practice 2 CI304 Systems and Documentation 3 Nominated AD304 Positioning the Design Practice


RESIDENTIAL INTERIOR DESIGN BACHELOR OF APPLIED DESIGN (RESIDENTIAL INTERIOR) CRICOS course code NSW 069570G

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Duration (hours) 1152 hours of classroom study Duration (years) 3 years full-time (including breaks), 6 semesters

William Blue

Campus location North Sydney

Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 5. Career prospects This course equips you with the skills and knowledge to work in: • an architectural practice • interior design practice • self-employed.

First year - Level 100 Semester 1 AD101 Design Culture and Theory AD102 Ideas Generation in Visual Communication CI101 Systems of Communication 1 AD104 Introduction to Design Practice Semester 2 AD105 Frameworks of Design RI101 Environment Design 1: Residential RI102 Communication Systems 2: Residential RI103 Digital Interiors: Residential Second year - Level 200 Semester 3 RI201 Theories of Space and Place 1 RI202 Scheduling Interiors 1: Residential RI203 Systems and Documentation 1: Residential BE201 Environment Planning and Visualisation

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Semester 4 RI204 Theories of Space and Place 2 RI205 Scheduling Interiors 2: Residential RI206 Systems and Documentation 2: Residential RI207 Environment Design 2: Residential Third year - Level 300 Semester 5 RI301 Residential Design Technologies RI302 Environment Design 3: Residential RI303 Systems and Documentation 3: Residential AD305 Independent Design Practice

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Subjects you will study

Semester 6 AD301 Culture of Change and Innovation AD304 Positioning the Design Practice RI304 Systems and Documentation 4: Residential AD306 Independent Design Practice 2

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How to Apply

Admission requirements • Minimum 18 years of age prior to course commencement with completion of Senior High School Certificate (year 12) or equivalent or • Mature age entry with relevant work experience and • Submission of a design portfolio (6–10 pieces of original creative work) and • IELTS 6.0 (Academic) overall with a minimum of 5.5 in each skill.

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Course description Are you interested in creating stylish interiors for people’s homes? Gain the unique combination of skills required to become a leading residential interior designer. This course teaches you to create a wide range of residential environments from single and multi-level houses to large-scale and high-rise apartment complexes. You’ll find out how digital technology influences residential interior design, and discover ways in which residential design influences the way people live.

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Higher Education Programs Branded Fashion Design

BRANDED FASHION DESIGN BACHELOR OF APPLIED DESIGN (BRANDED FASHION) CRICOS course code NSW 069278M Duration (hours) 1152 hours of classroom study Duration (years) 3 years full-time (including breaks), 6 semesters Campus location North Sydney Course description Do you have a passion for fashion? If so, how would you like to work for a major brand fashion company like Levis, Oroton or French Connection? Unlike any other fashion qualification in Australia, this course prepares you for a fun and fashionable career as a branded fashion designer, buyer, merchandiser or product developer. Learn how to build a brand and manage the production of clothing designs, budgets and timelines. Enjoy discovering the latest brand trends and have fun experimenting with ideas and working with real clients. Admission requirements • Minimum 18 years of age prior to course commencement with completion of Senior High School Certificate (year 12) or equivalent or • Mature age entry with relevant work experience and • Submission of a design portfolio (6–10 pieces of original creative work) and • IELTS 6.0 (Academic) overall with a minimum of 5.5 in each skill. Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 5.

Career prospects This exciting qualification equips you with the skills to work in any leading fashion house as: • Brand Fashion Designer • Buyer • Merchandiser • Product Developer • Self-employed (launching your own garments). Subjects you will study First year - Level 100 Semester 1 AD101 Design Culture and Theory AD102 Ideas Generation in Visual Communication FA101 Drawing for Fashion Design AD104 Introduction to Design Practice Semester 2 AD105 Frameworks of Design FA102 Fashion versus Clothing FA103 Introduction to Shape and Form AD107 Studio Practice

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Second year - Level 200 Semester 3 AD201 Introduction to Design Research FA201 International Fashion Systems FA202 Theory and Application of Print Design and Colour FA203 Applying Surface Design Semester 4 FA204 Enterprise Management Systems FA205 Branded Fashion Industry Engagement FA206 Design Development and Costing FA207 Shape and Form Development Third year - Level 300 Semester 5 AD301 Culture of Change and Innovation FA301 Fashion Marketing and Brand Development FA302 Professional Folio Production FA303 Collection Design Semester 6 FA304 Material Technology and Fabrics (Major Work) FA305 Portfolio Range (Major Work) FA306 Technical Portfolio Production (Major Work) FA307 Branded Fashion Production (Major Work)


Vocational Programs Design/Printing and Graphic Arts

Duration (weeks) 18 weeks full-time (including breaks) Campus location North Sydney Course description Do you want to enrol into a design program but don’t have a portfolio? Gain the knowledge, skills and experience to advance to tertiary study in visual arts and design. The course is entirely focused on real commercial projects to ensure you have a quality and professional portfolio when you finish. On successful completion, you have the chance to gain entry into Year 1 of our Bachelor of Applied Design courses. Admission requirements • Minimum 17 years of age prior to course commencement with completion of High School (Year 11 or 12) or equivalent and • IELTS 5.5 (Academic) overall, with a minimum of 5.0 in each skill.

Hand skills BSBDES301A Explore the use of colour (c) BSBDES303A Explore and apply the creative Design Process to 3D Forms (c) CUVCOR08B Produce drawings to represent and communicate the concept (core) CUVDES04B Integrate colour theory and design processes in response to a brief (c) Computer skills CUVVSP11B Apply techniques to produce digital images (e) CUVVSP13B Research and experiment with techniques for digital image enhancement and manipulation (e) CUVVSP12B Produce digital images (e) Portfolio skills CUVCOR03B Develop, refine and communicate concept for own work (c) BSBDES403A Develop and extend design skills and practice (e) CUVDSP07B Research and apply techniques for graphic design (e)

Think: CLASS deliver the English component of this course at Billy Blue College of Design, over two days (on Tuesdays and Wednesdays). Study time for the English component is approximately 11 hours per week. This is a requirement for all students that have a starting level of IELTS 5.5. Additionally, this program is recommended for all those who seek to improve their study skills. The course is a preparatory education program that enables students to develop and master English and academic skills required for tertiary study in Australia. It covers skills such as reading, listening, genre writing and presentation, research, referencing and critical analysis, placing a strong emphasis on Australian culture.

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Duration (hours) 400 hours of classroom study

English language and academic skills International students that are IELTS 5.5 academic band, are required to successfully complete the English component of this course. It is essential for students to move from IELTS 5.5 to IELTS 6.0 in the 18 week period (including holiday breaks) in order to qualify for the entry requirements to the BBCD Bachelor courses. Students not achieving IELTS 6.0 academic band are not able to progress to their higher education course at Billy Blue.

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CRICOS course code NSW 056812A

Design thinking BSBOHS201A Participate in OHS processes (c) BSBDES304A Source and apply design industry knowledge (c) BSBDES305A Source and apply information on the history and theory of design (c) BSBDES302A Explore and apply the creative design process to 2D forms (c)

ACNT

CUV30303 CERTIFICATE III IN DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS

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GRAPHIC DESIGN

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Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 5. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 5.

How to Apply

Units of competency To complete this course you must achieve competency in all 14 units. This incorporates 9 core (c) and 5 electives (e) across these areas of expertise:

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Frequently Asked Questions

What if I am unable to meet the entry criteria for the Bachelor of Applied Design?

Am I able to defer my studies? Yes. You may apply to defer for up to a year at any point during your studies.

Billy Blue College of Design has recognised pathways to help you gain entry into the Bachelor of Applied Design based on the criteria you are able to meet.

I don’t have a portfolio to qualify for entry into the Bachelor of Applied Design. How can I meet the entry criteria? If you do not have a portfolio that qualifies for entry, we recommend that you undertake the Certificate III in Design Fundamentals. This course is designed specifically to provide you with the skills to prepare a quality portfolio upon completion of the course. In fact, the entire course is focused on real-life commercial projects, which lead to the completion of portfolio material. After completing the course you will be ready to show off your exciting portfolio and enrol into the Bachelor of Applied Design.

The CATC pathway provides you with the opportunity to apply for direct entry into the third semester of the Bachelor of Applied Design (Communication) upon completion of the CATC Design School 30675QLD Diploma of Commercial Arts (Graphic Design). The Diploma is a 1 year full-time program that provides you with a greater design awareness and encourages you to develop your own individual style. It also provides you with the opportunity to gain work experience to improve your understanding of the industry and professional standards required for employment. The Diploma is also a perfect launching pad for the other Bachelor of Applied Design streams. It will provide you with the skills and confidence necessary to assist you in gaining entry to any of the Bachelor of Applied Design degrees. For more information on the CATC Design School pathway please contact a Course and Careers Advisor.

How to Apply

Commercial interior, residential interior and brand fashion students will use stateof-the-art documentation and visualisation software. For more information please visit www.billyblue.edu.au.

If you have an exciting portfolio but have not completed a High School Certificate or equivalent, we have created a pathway with one of our other colleges - CATC Design School. CATC was established in 1982, and has developed into a successful, award-winning design school where students graduate as qualified designers with excellent handson, industry relevant skills. Their high-tech curriculum provides graduates are equipped with the right skills in order to become highly professional designers.

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Digital media and branded environment design students will learn how to use Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Fireworks, Dreamweaver, Flash, Maya, Final Cut Pro and After Effects.

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Assessment is through design projects, research projects, group work and presentations.

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Communication design students will learn how to use InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Flash and Dreamweaver.

I have a portfolio but I haven’t completed a High School Certificate or equivalent. How can I gain entry into the Bachelor of Applied Design?

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The worlds of design and photography are constantly evolving which means new opportunities turn up all the time. They’re dynamic and exciting professions and we very much look forward to helping you realise your dreams.

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Whilst we’re committed to helping you develop your own set of skills, we also recognise the importance of finding a job when you graduate. Because of this, not only are our teachers from industry, we also maintain strong industry connections. Added to this is an impressive list of students who over the years have won significant prestigious industry competitions and awards.

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Our focus is on helping our students become the very best designers and photographers they can be. By this we mean we’re committed to helping you develop your skills as an individual. An important part of this culture are our campuses which are structured around having studio spaces and low student/teacher ratios.

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Nine Great Reasons to Study with us

“I absolutely love my job as a Graphic Designer and I will always be proud and confident to call myself a CATC student” Nikki Alexander, Graphic Design | Diploma Graphic Designer, The Book Company

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CATC was first established in 1982 and is now one of Australia’s largest private vocational design schools with campuses in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and the Gold Coast.

Award-winning graduates Our graduates are highly-regarded and very sought-after designers. They regularly win prizes in prestigious design competitions including the DIA Australasian Student Design Competition, GOTYA (Graduate of the Year Awards), Dulux Colour Awards and Desktop Create Awards. Very recently, CATC won with the Interior Decoration and the Colour Award and were runners up in the Graphic Design category.

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Excellent employment outcomes With excellent industry recognition, our talented graduates work for leading companies like IKEA, Walt Disney and Saatchi. Many graduates have set up their own design agencies, or work in art studios, interior design companies, advertising agencies and production houses.

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We receive advertisements for design jobs throughout the year, which is why we consistently achieve a high employment success rate for graduating students. A major focus in your studies is your portfolio, which is instrumental to your creative career.

Relevant industry approved courses Our courses are nationally recognised and were created by graphic design, multimedia, interior design and creative experts. We find out what skills industry demand and develop our courses accordingly. We also have three intakes a year so you can choose when you would like to start studying.

Learn from industry professionals Our lecturers have extensive industry experience and keep up-to-date with their professional development requirements. They can’t wait to teach you how to think creatively and bring out your maximum potential.

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Build your design network You’ll have the opportunity to establish strong industry networks and set up lifelong relationships with fellow designers. Many students start freelancing while studying and set up their own companies.

Creative learning environment You’ll work with students in large, open design studios where music, colour and interaction inspire creativity.

Melting pot of cultures CATC Design School has over 1000 students with the majority of those being Australian. The obvious benefit to international students is the opportunity to improve English skills and truly experience Australian culture first-hand. Our vibrant mix of international students stem from all corners of the globe such as Asia, South America, Europe, the subcontinent, Africa and the Middle East.


Graduate Spotlight “Working in the magazine industry was a given from the time I had my sixteenth birthday. How I was going to get there however, was not so certain. After four years studying media and journalism at University it was time to pursue my true passion - design.”

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“On completion of the course I was immediately offered several job opportunities, including two magazine titles in New Zealand!”

The design industry is one I am so proud to be a part of, there is not one day where I really feel like I’m ever working because quite simply, I am following my passion and I love what I do. There is so much room for growth in this environment and I am so excited about my future!”

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On completion of the course I was immediately offered several job opportunities (including two in NZ). After extensive decision-making I took up the position as a junior designer at Text Pacific Danielle Gladden Publishing, part of Junior Designer, TextPacific Publishing the Channel 7 and Graphic Design | Diploma Pacific Magazines Group. It has been the most amazing journey thus far, Some of the projects I have worked on to date involving some huge include logo design for a small design company, learning curves along writing beauty features for Girlfriend magazine, the way. The highlight laying out pages for New Idea magazine and of studying at CATC beauty shoot styling (this was all whilst studying was the freedom of at CATC). More recently however, through Text creativity offered, our Pacific, I have been involved in press checks, preparation for the attending food shoots, designing recipe cards, real world and the designing trade event invitations, working in vocational placement a team environment to create potential client opportunities pitches, designing advertorials, attending model available to all castings and dealing with modelling agencies, students. photo shoot site scouting, designing 10 issues My career goals for of Weight Watchers, organising and attending the future include photo shoots with Melinda Gainsford Taylor progression up the monthly and writing up photo shoot call sheets. industry hierarchy My journey has not come without its own little ie. moving from my challenges. Firstly, the move away from my home current role as a junior and family in New Zealand and having to make designer position new friends. Followed by the smaller challenges to art director and specific to graphic design and advertising eventually creative such as balancing life, study and work commitments, deadlines, picture director. Simultaneously, I am juggling additional outside projects such searching, maintaining professionalism and being accommodating at as book illustrations and book cover designs for some of the amazing all times, dealing with stress well, liaising with clients/advertising teams journalists I have met on my career path to date. I would also like to who can be very vague about briefs, constant changes (it’s important to be experience working in the media industry overseas and perhaps extend flexible in this kind of industry) and, most importantly to learn to manage my media experience into more of an event management role or perhaps time efficiently and multitask!! branch out into television/broadcast design/journalism.

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CATC offered the perfect solution to additional study - a one-year diploma of graphic design and advertising. Without the extensive support, flexibility, confidence, inspiration and enthusiasm the teachers and the community provided there I would not be anywhere near where I am today.

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English Language Programs Direct Entry DIRECT ENTRY DESIGN DIRECT ENTRY PROGRAM (INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED)

CRICOS course code NSW 070566D Duration (hours) 15 weeks - 375 hours of classroom study 10 weeks - 250 hours of classroom study Duration (weeks) IELTS 4.5 – 15 weeks (including breaks) IELTS 5.0 – 10 weeks (including breaks) Campus location North Sydney Course description This unique program will help you to improve your English skills and build your knowledge and vocabulary to succeed in your chosen design program. • Improve your English and academic skills while learning language used in the design industry • Opportunity to achieve your required English level in only 10-15 weeks, depending on IELTS entry level • Progress without completing an IELTS/ TOEFL test • Study with like-minded students who love design • Study for 25 hours per week. Admission requirements • IELTS 4.5 or IELTS 5.0 • minimum 16 years of age prior to course commencement Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 6. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 6. Career prospects This program will help build your academic and English skills to succeed in the design program of your choice.

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English is a West Germanic language that originated from the Anglo-Frisian dialects brought to Britain by Germanic invaders from various parts of what is now northwest Germany and the Netherlands. There is a seven letter word in the English language that contains ten words without rearranging any of its letters, “therein”: the, there, he, in, rein, her, here, here, ere, therein, herein.

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Vocational Programs

Campus location The Rocks, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Melbourne Course description This highly practical course advances your design skills in typography, layout and design, computer graphics, marker concepts, advanced advertising, packaging design, promotional design and commercial illustration. It provides you with greater design awareness and teaches you the skills to be a unique designer with a strong portfolio.

Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 6. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 6. Career prospects As a graduate, you will skilled to work as a graphic artist, designer or illustrator for an agency, art studio or publishing house in any of these areas: • graphic design • web design • brand design and development • magazine design • packaging design • environmental design • motion graphics - film & television • typography • animation • illustration

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Duration 1 year full-time

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CRICOS course code NSW 066806E, QLD 070325K, VIC 072947G

Subjects you will study BSBWOR204A Use business technology C3001A Produce Commercial Sketches for Graphic Design C3002A Analyse Colour for Design C3003A Apply Typography & Layout for Design C3004A Create 2D Design (Basic) C3005A Produce Finished Art (Basic) C3006A Research Printing Processes (Theory) C3007A Produce Finished Art (Intermediate) C3008A Apply Professional Practice C3009A Prepare a Portfolio C3010A Produce Electronic Design (Fundamentals) C3011A Produce Electronic Imaging (Basic) C4015A Illustrate for Design (Black and White) C4016A Apply Fundamental Advertising Principles C4017A Create 2D Design (Intermediate) C4018A Produce Commercial Illustrations C4019A Produce Finished Art (Advanced) C4020A Produce Electronic Imaging (Intermediate) C4021A Produce Electronic Design (Advanced) C4022A Research Copyright (Theory) C4023A Illustrate for Design (Colour) DP025A Produce Fashion Illustrations DP026A Create 2D Design (Advanced) DP027A Apply Advanced Advertising Principles DP028A Produce Book Illustrations DP029A Create a Package Design DP030A Writing for Advertising DP031A Produce a Corporate Design DP032A Produce Electronic Imaging (Advanced) DP033A Photography for Graphic Design ICPM263B Access and use the Internet

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30675QLD DIPLOMA OF COMMERCIAL ARTS (GRAPHIC DESIGN)

Admission requirements • Minimum 16 years of age prior to course commencement with completion of High School (Year 10, 11 or 12) or equivalent or • Mature age entry with relevant work experience and • Submission of a design portfolio (6-10 pieces of original creative work) and • IELTS 5.5 (Academic) overall, with a minimum of 5.0 in each skill.

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Graphic Design/Interior Design/Photography INTERIOR DESIGN 30700QLD DIPLOMA OF COMMERCIAL ARTS (INTERIOR DECORATION AND DESIGN) CRICOS course code NSW 066807D, QLD 070329F, VIC 072945K Duration 1 year full-time Campus location The Rocks, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Melbourne Course description The aim of this course is to develop your own unique style of design. You’ll learn how to analyse design problems, visualise concepts, and prepare the output of digital presentation boards and design. It teaches you about building theory, problem-solving design, presentation sketches, construction technology, working drawings and drafting and building practices relating to residential, industrial and commercial buildings. Admission requirements • Minimum 16 years of age prior to course commencement with completion of High School (Year 10, 11 or 12) or equivalent or • Mature age entry with relevant work experience and • Submission of a design portfolio (6-10 pieces of original creative work) and • IELTS 5.5 (Academic) overall, with a minimum of 5.0 in each skill.

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Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 6. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 6. Career prospects As a graduate you could start your own design agency – or work in an architectural or interior design firm, consultancy, wholesale or retail outlet in these areas: • interior design • industrial design • interior decoration • textile design • visual merchandising • set/exhibit design • colour consultancy • residential interior design • retail store design • commercial interior design. Subjects you will study BSBITU101A Operate a personal computer BSBCUS201A Deliver a service to customers BSBCMM401A Make a presentation C3ID001B Apply Foundational Colour Theory C3ID002B Develop Manual Drafting Skills C3ID003B Apply Design Processes to a ResidentialProject C3ID004B Apply Design Principles C3ID005B Research and Apply Natural and Man-made Materials C3ID006B Research Decorative Styles C3ID007B Develop Basic Graphic Communication Skills C3ID008B Apply Intermediate Colour Theory C3ID009B Analyse and Apply Relevant Building Regulations and Requirements

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Apply Design Processes to Kitchen Design C3ID011B Research and apply soft furnishing C3ID012B Design Furniture C3ID013B Research and Apply Product Knowledge C3ID014B Calculate and apply lighting design C3ID016B Produce identity standards for a freelance interior design business C3ID017B Design and Present a Visual Merchandising Display DPID021B Select Artworks for Interiors DPID022B Develop Intermediate Drafting Skills DPID023B Identify Architectural Styles DPID024B Apply Design Processes to a Commercial Project DPID025B Develop Basic CADD Skills DPID026B Extend Basic CADD Skills DPID027B Develop Intermediate CADD Skills DPID028B Extend Intermediate CADD Skills DPID029B Integrate Practical Building Services Application with Creative Design Solutions DPID030B Make a Model DPID032B Extend Graphic Communication Skills and Practice DPID033B Communicate Concepts Graphically DPID034B Research for a Complex Design Brief DPID035B Design an Original Concept for a Complex Design Brief DPID036B Document all Aspects of a Complex Design Brief


PHOTOGRAPHY CUV50407 DIPLOMA OF PHOTOIMAGING CRICOS course code NSW 070750D

Admission requirements • Minimum 16 years of age prior to course commencement with completion of High School (Year 10, 11 or 12) or equivalent or • Mature age entry with relevant work experience and • Submission of a photography portfolio or • IELTS 5.5 (Academic) overall, with a minimum of 5.0 in each skill. Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 6. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 6.

Employ colour management in a digital imaging workplace BSBCRT501A Originate and develop concepts BSBMKG514A Implement and monitor marketing activities BSBREL401A Establish networks BSBRSK501B Manage Risk CUFCMP501A Manage and exploit copyright arrangements CUFIND401A Provide services on a freelance basis CUFPOS402A Manage media assets CUVPHI503A Explore the descriptive and emotive nature of photo lighting CUVPHI504A Investigate and exploit innovative imaging options CUVPHI505A Produce an innovative presentation of professional work CUVPHI506A Produce commercial photoimages CUVPHI510A Plan, capture and exploit art photoimages CUVPHI512A Make illustrative images for publication and display CUVPHI507A Provide domestic portrait services CUVPHI508A Provide media photoimages CUVPHI502B Develop self for photoimaging industry

Subjects you will study CUVCRS14B Prepare, store and maintain finished work CUVDES04B Integrate colour theory and design processes in response to a brief CUVPH101B Source and apply photoimaging industry knowledge CUVPH103B Research and apply information on the traditions which inform photoimaging practice CUVPH104B Apply Photoimaging lighting techniques CUVPH106B Plan and carry out image capture in response to a brief CUVPH107B Process photoimages to work print/file stage CUVPH108B Enhance, manipulate and output photoimages CUVPH105B Use a 35mm SLR camera or digital equivalent CUFDIG303A Produce and prepare photo images CUFDIG304A Create visual design components CUVPHI501A Research role and use of the photoimage in visual communication CUVPHI502A Research and exploit photoimaging trends

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Course description This course prepares you for an exciting career as a photographer – and shows you how to communicate conceptual and creative visions through photography. You gain the practical skills to carry out a range of photoimaging services and explore the basis of photoimaging; shooting styles, lighting set-up, image capture, colour, digital SLR cameras, digital software enhancement, preparation of digital images and medium format.

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Campus location The Rocks

Career prospects This qualification will give you the skills and experience to work as a successful Photographer in the following areas: • Professional Photography • Commercial Photography • Fashion Photography • Sports Photography • Photojournalism.

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Duration (years) 1 year full-time (including breaks)

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Duration (hours) 900 hours of classroom study

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Study Pathways Year 1 CATC Design School

Course options

CUV50407

Diploma of Photoimaging

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Bachelor of Applied Design (Communication)

Take your diploma to the next level

Bachelor of Applied Design

This pathway provides you with an opportunity to gain course recognition into one of these cutting edge degrees

Bachelor of Applied Design

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This exclusive pathway provides you with direct entry into the second year of this industry leading degree

(Commercial Interior)

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(Residential Interior)

Going on to study at Billy Blue College of Design If you want to study at CATC but you’re also thinking of going on to study one of the Degree programs at Billy Blue College of Design, you’ll need to successfully complete the relevant CATC Diploma and meet the Billy Blue entry requirements (www.billyblue.edu.au/enrolment/entry-requirements). Successfully meeting these criteria will provide you with automatic entry into the 2nd Year of Billy Blue’s three year Degree

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Take your diploma to the next level

programs. Through the RPL ‘Recognition of Prior Learning’ process CATC Diploma graduates can also gain entry into the Billy Blue Bachelor of Applied Design Branded Environment and Branded Fashion courses. CATC Design School and Billy Blue College of Design are both part of Think: Colleges Pty Ltd (refer to page 132)

*For more information about Billy Blue College of Design or the Billy Blue pathways please visit www.billyblue.edu.au

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How to Apply

Advance your credentials

Higher Education Billy Blue College of Design*


FAQ’s Are the courses approved by industry?

I don’t have a portfolio, can I still apply?

Yes they are. All of the nationally-recognised courses offered by CATC have been put together with extensive input from industry. We’ve had input from different sectors of the Graphic Design, Multimedia and Interior Design industries in the form of a Curriculum Development Advisory Committee (CDAC). The CDAC provides us with feedback on the relevance of what is being taught at CATC for such things as technological changes and trends within the sector of industry. All teaching staff at CATC also have extensive industry experience and currently work within their industry to keep up-to-date with their professional development requirements.

All applicants are considered for CATC courses. A portfolio helps us see how creative you are and gives the Course and Careers Advisors an insight to your skills and ability so they can give you the best advice on CATC courses and your career in design. Please refer to entry requirements on individual course pages.

Yes they are.

How will my course progress be assessed? Assessment is through design projects, research projects, group work, and presentations.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Are the courses accredited? Yes. CATC has a range of career courses and training programs recognised by the Training Recognition Council of Australia. Accreditation is the official recognition by the Training Recognition Council that: • The content and standards of a course are appropriate to the certification to which it may lead • The course and methods adopted in delivering it are likely to achieve the purpose for which it was introduced • The curriculum, including assessment methods, will enable the achievement of the required competencies. All courses offered to international students have the necessary CRICOS code.

I have previously studied and/or worked in the design field - can Yes. I receive credits for things that I Is it hard to have done? get in? Yes. If you can demonstrate competency in any of our learning outcomes, you can apply for Course Credit. Please see Course Credit process on page 125 for further information.

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The application process is not a competition. Applicants are considered on an individual basis to ensure that the course is suitable to their particular needs and skills.


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“The past is of no importance. The present is of no importance. It is with the future we have to deal. The past is what man should not have been. The present is what man ought not to be. The future is what artists are.�

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Welcome A Modern Take on Hospitality Graduate Spotlight Nine great reasons to study at William Blue Student Success stories/Study Pathways University associations/Strategic partners Industry Partners Higher Education vs Vocational Education English Language Programs Higher Education Programs Vocational Education Programs Frequently Asked Questions

William Blue

You can’t learn about the hospitality and tourism industry from a college alone – and you can’t teach hospitality and tourism unless you’re working in it. Otherwise it would be purely academic. Our industry is rapidly changing, and you need to be part of it to know what’s really happening. That’s why our lecturers don’t just teach – they’re also employed in senior roles in the hospitality industry. Through our connections with the hospitality, tourism and events worlds, our courses have been designed by industry and are taught by industry.

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Creating the next generation of creative and passionate leaders in hospitality, tourism and event management.

HOSPITALITY + TOURISM + EVENTS + MANAGEMENT = WILLIAM BLUE

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Welcome

I am proud to say that William Blue College of Hospitality Management provides a professional, vibrant and fun environment where you can learn about all aspects of management for the hospitality industry. Industry demand led to the development of the William Blue International Hotel Management School in 1990 and today, the William Blue College of Hospitality Management offers programs in both the vocational and higher education sectors. William Blue has always focused on the needs of its students and the requirements of the industry for which they are being educated. The college has also developed exceptional industry relationships over the past 20 years. Every William Blue student is required to spend time working in industry. To facilitate this industry “partnership” we invest heavily in providing state-of-the-art facilities and recognise industry experts as part of our teaching team.

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An essential ingredient of William Blue is its world class training restaurant, William Blue Dining. This restaurant is open to the public daily and provides students with access to both a simulated and a realistic service environment. William Blue Dining was recently again awarded the title of “Best Restaurant in a Training Institution” by the Restaurant and Catering Association of NSW. The College also partners with prominent hotel groups to provide work experience in the housekeeping area within the hotel environment.

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Today, William Blue College of Hospitality Management enjoys an excellent reputation within the hospitality and tourism industry for delivering quality courses and producing exceptional graduates who are work ready. William Blue has significant experience in higher education. In 2004, we established a partnership to deliver the final year of the La Trobe Bachelor of Business (Tourism and Hospitality) awarded by La Trobe University. William Blue also offers its own Bachelor of Business degrees with specialisations in Hospitality Management, Tourism Management and Event Management.

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Here at William Blue we are always investigating new ways of delivering a memorable student experience. Come and study with us and we will work together to help your dreams come true.

Andrew Ugarte Head of College How to Apply

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A Modern Take on Hospitality

“William Blue is one of Australia’s leading hotel colleges, offering its students a high quality education experience that connects academic theory with applied industry knowledge.” DR. J.S. PERRY HOBSON Director, International Centre of Excellence in Tourism and Hospitality Education Independent Member, Academic Board of Think: Education Group

For the last 20 years William Blue College of Hospitality Management has been creating the future generation of successful leaders in hospitality, tourism and event management. William Blue was the first international hotel management college established in Sydney and offers a modern approach to hospitality education.

Paid industry placement at the highest level is a key component of the courses offered at William Blue. Vocational Hotel Management and Event Management students undertake 800 hours of paid work as part of their course. Commercial Cookery students undertake 900 hours of paid industry placement whilst completing their course. This is an advantage few colleges offer.

By integrating paid industry training into our courses, you graduate with an internationallyrecognised qualification, along with valuable industry experience. Our college provides a modern, interactive, fun and inspiring place to learn about the aspects of management for the hospitality industry, alongside students from all corners of the globe.

“I now know that William Blue is indeed one of the finest hotel schools in the country. As it turns out another key point is also the personality that you bring along to the workforce and the right atitude, as I have seen makes all the difference. I am presently still on the learning curve and hope in due time my goals and ambitions are met. My education with William Blue and the dedicated lecturers that I had have been the very reason for the pinnacle of my growth.” NAMGYAL TSERING 2010 Graduate Bachelor of Business Tourism and Hospitality Management

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Graduate Spotlight

EMILY WHITE IGrad at the Crowne Plaza Canberra with IHG 2008 Graduate Bachelor Degree Tourism and Hospitality Management

After completing the Bachelor of Business degree specialising in Hospitality and Tourism Management at William Blue, I was selected from approximately 400 applicants to be a part of the InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) much sought after IGrad program for 2009. I am currently in the final stages of the IGrad program - a 12 month leadership program - and am based at Crowne Plaza Canberra.

At the end of my IGrad year I hope to be placed in a department head role such as Executive Housekeeper. For the long term I am aiming towards General Manager at one of IHG’s 4500 hotels anywhere in the world!

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The business degree specialising in hospitality and tourism management is a broad course offering a wide variety of subjects that are transferable to other industries. Thanks to William Blue I was able to achieve my IGrad position and now have an excellent foundation to build my career.

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My advice to students would be to combine study with work in the industry from the very start. The more experience you have, the more you benefit from learning the theory. An important piece of advice I have learnt from working within IHG is that the road to success is through the experiences we undertake.

Being selected from around 400 applicants to be one of 8 IHG IGrads for 2009 was a real achievement as this leadership program is very well regarded within the industry and much sought after.

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IHG gives me the room to grow. Once I have completed the 12 month program I will have the opportunity to be relocated to a different IHG property in Australia or New Zealand in a management position.

I love the fast pace and ever changing atmosphere of the hospitality industry and the opportunity to relocate around the world. The absolute highlight of the hospitality industry is the people. So far in my career I have been very fortunate to have worked with amazing, passionate people from whom I have been able to grow and learn.

“The absolute highlight of the hospitality industry is the people. So far in my career I have been very fortunate to have worked with amazing, passionate people from whom I have been able to grow and learn.”

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Reporting directly to the General Manager, the program enables me to work in different hotel departments, gaining incredible insight into not only the workings of the hotel, but also a global company, like IHG.

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Nine Great Reasons to Study with us Every William Blue student is required to spend time working in industry. To facilitate this industry “partnership” we invest heavily in providing state-of-the-art facilities and recognised industry experts as part of our teaching team. 20 YEARS OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE William Blue was the first hotel management college established in Sydney. RECOGNITION BY INDUSTRY All of William Blue courses have been designed by the hospitality industry and are taught by the hospitality industry. EMPLOYABILITY IS THE NAME OF THE GAME According to our graduate surveys, since 1996 100% of our graduates have found employment in the industry within three months of graduating from William Blue. PAID INDUSTRY TRAINING The career management team at William Blue arranges up to 900 hours paid industry training while you study. Industry placement is a compulsory part of every course offered. This is an advantage few colleges offer. As an international student, you can also work up to 20 hours per week in a part-time job. WILLIAM BLUE DINING The Restaurant and Catering Association in NSW recently crowned William Blue Dining as the ‘Best Restaurant in a Training Institution’. As a William Blue student you will either serve or prepare food for customers at William Blue Dining (depending on your course) as part of your practical training.

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SMALL CLASS SIZES You receive all the one-on-one time, attention and support needed from lecturers. INDUSTRY EXPERTS All courses are taught by practicing industry professionals – that means our courses are always up to date with industry trends. WILLIAM BLUE STUDENTS GET A TASTE OF SYDNEY Each year, William Blue students have the option to get involved in the famous event “Taste of Sydney”. In 2010, William Blue was the only college providing students to help and there were 15 top-ranking restaurants participating, with many famous Sydney chefs. This exposure to the industry and the public is priceless in terms of experience and networking opportunities for up-and-coming hospitality stars! LIVELY STUDENT MIX We have a student cohort of around 700 students with the majority of those students being international. The result is a supportive environment for international students with the added benefit of studying alongside Australian students. Our eclectic mix of students originate from diverse parts of the world, such as Korea, Indonesia, Vietnam, China and Hong Kong, to Japan, Macao, India, Malaysia, Philippines, Peru, Nepal, Canada and Russia.

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Student Success Stories

MEGHA VERMA 2008 Graduate Bachelor of Business Tourism and Hospitality Management Award winning, ‘Graduate of the Year’ Dean’s Commendation from La Trobe University

WILLIAM BLUE STUDENT SHINES ON INDUSTRY PLACEMENT Here it is, straight from our blog:

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Megha is currently working at the Sheraton on the Park. Megha uses the skill and knowledge gained from her studies at William Blue.

Mohammed A. Suleman says: Good morning my fellow industry people! I’m currently doing my industry placement at the restaurant “Spice Temple” as a Commis Waiter (food runner) at one of Neil Perry’s four restaurants. The restaurant is very exotic and low-lit and is just below the famous Rockpool Restaurant. All of the staff are highly motivated and service oriented, with extremely qualified and experienced chefs and managers running the show. We have food and wine training every week and get to try wines from all around the world! My experience at Spice Temple has taught me the value of teamwork and almost every module I studied has been used.

Study pathway 2 years

3rd Year (12 subjects)

SIT60307 Advanced Diploma of Hospitality (Hotel Management Pathway), (Event Management Pathway), (Commercial Cookery Pathway)

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3 years (a fast track option is also available which allows students to complete the degree over 2 years)

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How to Apply

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University associations/ Strategic partners William Blue has formed partnerships with prestigious universities and associations to provide you with additional opportunities to expand your career horizons.

American Hotel and Lodging Association Based in Washington DC, the American Hotel and Lodging Association (AHLA) represents all sectors and stakeholders of the hotel industry in the USA and provides members with advocacy to the US Government, public relations, education and research information. With 11,000 hospitality executives as members it is the only national organisation dedicated to serving the interests of US hoteliers. The American Hotel and Lodging Association’s Educational Institute (EI) has been the premier source of industry-tested, research-driven hospitality training resources worldwide for over 50 years. When you study an Advanced Diploma at William Blue, you have the option of also completing the Hospitality Management Diploma awarded by the Educational Institute, which is an international qualification recognised in 160 countries. Additional subjects and costs may be required. See course pages for details. William Blue is the only Australian management college partnering with the AHLA and EI, and is proud to provide such innovative programs for some of Australia’s future leaders. By completing the combined Australian and international diplomas and a William Blue bachelor degree, you will have the necessary academic rigour and practical skills to succeed in the industry anywhere in the world. Employers will appreciate this because the diploma is designed to help graduates develop an independence of thought, a general business management grounding and specific hospitality experience. Combine your worldclass qualifications with your practical skills to reach the very top of your chosen field and become part of the next generation of leaders in hospitality management.

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Aim higher When you graduate with a William Blue degree, you open the door to an exciting career in the global hospitality industry. However, your opportunity for further study does not have to stop there. William Blue is also proud to partner with an internationally recognised university who delivers Master’s programs. La Trobe University La Trobe University is an internationally recognised leader in higher education. La Trobe’s MBA was ranked among the Top 10 in Australia, and as ‘most loved by its alumni’, in the AFR BOSS 2009 Survey. The University is committed to providing teaching of the highest quality and is supported by an outstanding research profile. William Blue and La Trobe University have been strategic partners since 2004. As a graduate of the Advanced Diploma of Hospitality at William Blue you can articulate into the La Trobe University Bachelor of Business (Tourism and Hospitality). La Trobe University endorses the Advanced Diploma and Bachelor of Business degrees delivered by William Blue. La Trobe University also offers Bachelor of Business (Tourism and Hospitality) students an articulation pathway into the La Trobe Master of Tourism* which is among the first in a suite of new initiatives designed to meet the rapidly changing needs of the world’s biggest industry. The course has been designed to equip you with advanced skills in tourism analysis and marketing, which meet the expectations for managing the growing challenges in this dynamic industry. * Please contact William Blue for more information.

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Industry partners Your career starts on day one with William Blue.

Paid industry training The career management team at William Blue will help you to get paid part-time work and paid industry training while you study. Our Career Management Consultants will assist you with personal presentation skills, resume preparation, interview skills, and support you in arranging job interviews for you with leading employers.

Club Med

Voyages Hotels & Resorts

Shangri-La Hotel Sydney

Pullman Hotels and Resorts

Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

Four Points by Sheraton Darling Harbour Sydney

Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide Inc.

Star City

Merivale

360 Bar and Dining

Radisson

Citigate Central Sydney

The Menzies - Sydney

Accor Hospitality

Mecure - Sydney Airport

Sheraton On the Park Hotel

Sydney Tower Restaurant

Intercontinental Hotels Group

North Sydney Harbour View Hotel

Medina

Restaurant Balzac

Travelodge Hotels

Taste of Sydney

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Industry relevance is at the core of everything we do at William Blue. We think that industry experience is so important that the industry placement program is a compulsory part of every course offered. No-one gets the practical experience they need by sitting in a classroom all day. That’s why we partner with the best in the business for the William Blue industry placement program.

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William Blue was the first international hotel management college established in Sydney and we are proud of our record. Since we started the College in 1989, we have helped thousands of students to become industry professionals.

How to Apply

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At William Blue, you start working in the industry from the very beginning. We don’t just train you to do the job, we train you to get the job.

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Higher Education vs Vocational Education

William Blue College of Hospitality Management offers a wide range of qualifications that have been specifically designed to produce work ready graduates. There are important differences between the William Blue courses – we can help you decide which qualification is best suited to your chosen career path and requirements. HIGHER EDUCATION The Bachelor degrees offered by William Blue are university recognised higher education courses. Work placement and career development are major components of your course meaning the emphasis is on a knowledge and skill-based approach to learning. All lecturers are industry experts as well as experienced educators. To be eligible for a bachelor degree, you should have completed Year 12 with an ATAR of 63.40 or UAI of 60.00 or above (or equivalent). Entry to the degree courses requires an interview with our Head of College (where possible).

BACHELOR DEGREES (ON CAMPUS FULL-TIME STUDY) William Blue gives you the chance to obtain a bachelor degree in just 2 years. Offering 3 trimesters per year and 4 subjects per trimester, this timetable allows you to complete your study program in as little as 2 years. There is also the standard 3 year program available to students. As a full-time student, you will enjoy a comprehensive study load that consists of face-toface lectures and tutorials throughout the week. Prioritisation, planning and allocation of time are critical in order to be accelerated through such a rigorous qualification in 2 years. If applicable William Blue will assess your eligibility for course credit based on previous studies.

“Studying at William Blue has helped me to step outside of my comfort zone. The lecturers have a lot of industry experience, and I’m constantly learning from them in the kitchen as well as in the classroom. The fact that I can combine a management qualification with culinary arts is a real advantage for me.” Curtis Ray De Agrella Current Student Advanced Diploma Commercial Cookery

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VOCATIONAL EDUCATION William Blue also offers vocational Advanced Diploma of Hospitality qualifications. These programs focus on developing your skills in the early stages of the course and equip you with the necessary operational skills crucial to getting a job in the industry. You might enjoy this more active style of learning before you focus on the higher level hospitality, business and management subjects later in the course. If applicable William Blue will assess your eligibility for course credit based on previous studies or informal learning. As a graduate of the vocational Advanced Diploma of Hospitality, you can articulate into the third year of the William Blue Bachelor of Business or the La Trobe University Bachelor of Business (Tourism & Hospitality), subject to meeting minimum grade requirements.


English Language Programs Direct Entry DIRECT ENTRY HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT DIRECT ENTRY PROGRAM (INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED)

BUSINESS DIRECT ENTRY PROGRAM (INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED)

CRICOS course code NSW 070568B

CRICOS course code NSW 070927F

Duration (hours) 15 weeks - 375 hours of classroom study 10 weeks - 250 hours of classroom study

Duration (hours) 15 weeks - 375 hours of classroom study 10 weeks - 250 hours of classroom study

Duration (weeks) IELTS 4.5 – 15 weeks (including breaks) IELTS 5.0 – 10 weeks (including breaks)

Duration (weeks) IELTS 5.0 – 15 weeks (including breaks) IELTS 5.5 – 10 weeks (including breaks)

Campus location North Sydney

Campus location North Sydney

Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 7. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 7. Career prospects This program will help build your academic and English skills to succeed in the hospitality management program of your choice.

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Admission requirements • IELTS 5.0 or IELTS 5.5 • minimum 16 years of age

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Admission requirements • IELTS 4.5 or IELTS 5.0 • minimum 16 years of age

Course description This program is one of a kind in Australia. You not only improve your English in the subject area you are interested in – you build a foundation of knowledge and a vocabulary to help you succeed in the higher education business program of your choice. • Improve your English and academic skills while learning language used in the business industry • Opportunity to achieve your required English level in only 10-15 weeks, depending on IELTS entry level • Progress without completing an IELTS/ TOEFL test • Study with like-minded students who love hospitality and business • Study for 25 hours per week.

Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 7. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 7.

How to Apply

Course description This unique program will help you improve your English skills and build your knowledge and vocabulary to succeed in your chosen hospitality management program. • Improve your English and academic skills while learning language used in the hospitality industry • Opportunity to achieve your required English level in only 10-15 weeks, depending on IELTS entry level • Progress without completing an IELTS/ TOEFL test • Study with like-minded students who love hospitality • Study for 25 hours per week.

Career prospects This program will help build your academic and English skills to succeed in the business program of your choice.

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Higher Education Programs Hospitality Management/Tourism Management/Event Management HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT BACHELOR OF BUSINESS (HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT) CRICOS course code NSW 064817G/NSW 071676A (accelerated) Duration (hours) 1152 hours of classroom study Duration (years) 3 years full-time (including breaks)/ 2 years full-time (accelerated, including breaks) Campus location North Sydney Course description This qualification prepares you for a management role in hotel management, entrepreneurship, service management, business management, travel or transport management. Not only will you learn about hospitality concepts and operations – you’ll gain invaluable practical experience in industry and the training restaurant to help you achieve a successful career. Admission requirements • Minimum 18 years of age prior to course commencement with completion of Senior High School Certificate (Year 12) or equivalent or • Mature age entry with relevant work experience and • IELTS 6.0 (Academic) overall with a minimum of 5.5 in each skill. Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 7. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 7.

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Career prospects Graduates have many exciting opportunities in the global hospitality industry such as: • Hotel Manager • Resort Manager • Restaurant and Food and Beverage Manager • Hospitality Entrepreneur • Operations Manager • Service Manager. • Business Analyst and Consultant • Accommodation Manager. Subjects you will study 100 level ACC101 Fundamentals of Management Accounting and Business Finance ECO101 Economics in a Business Environment MGT101 Management Principles and Practices 1 MKT101 Understanding Marketing MGT102 Introduction to Hospitality, Tourism and Events MGT103 Service Industry Theory HOS101 Introduction to Accommodation Management IND101 Industry Practices 200 level ACC201 Introduction to Applied Finance STAT201 Introduction to Quantitative Methods LAW201 Introduction to Business Law IND201 Industry Engagement MGT201 Human Resource Management MGT202 Project Management HOS201 Asset Management 2 additional level 200 electives. 300 level MGT301 Corporate Social Responsibility MGT302 Strategic Management IND301 Industry Placement MGT303 Business Information Analysis MGT304 OH&S and Risk Management HOS302 Quality and Control 1 additional level 300 elective. Please note that selection of electives may be subject to availability.

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Duration (hours) 1152 hours of classroom study Duration (years) 3 years full-time (including breaks)/ 2 years full-time (accelerated, including breaks) Campus location North Sydney Course description This theory-based course prepares you for an exciting role in tourism by teaching you about management principles, corporate social responsibility, economics, the tourist experience and tour operations. A real benefit of the course is that you develop your understanding of the tourism industry by applying your learning through work experience in the tourism industry. Admission requirements • Minimum 18 years of age prior to course commencement with completion of Senior High School Certificate (Year 12) or equivalent or • Mature age entry with relevant work experience and • IELTS 6.0 (Academic) overall with a minimum of 5.5 in each skill. Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 7.

100 level ACC101 Fundamentals of Management Accounting and Business Finance ECO101 Economics in a Business Environment MGT101 Management Principles and Practices 1 MKT101 Understanding Marketing MGT102 Introduction to Hospitality, Tourism and Events MGT103 Service Industry Theory TOU101 Tourism Theory and Practice IND101 Industry Practices 200 level ACC201 Introduction to Applied Finance STAT201 Introduction to Quantitative Methods LAW201 Introduction to Business Law IND201 Industry Engagement MGT201 Human Resource Management MGT202 Project Management TOU201 The Tourist Experience TOU202 Tour Operations 1 additional level 200 elective. 300 level MGT301 Corporate Social Responsibility MGT302 Strategic Management IND301 Industry Placement MGT303 Business Information Analysis MGT304 OH&S and Risk Management TOU301 Tourism Policy and Strategy TOU302 Destination Development and Marketing Please note that selection of electives may be subject to availability. How to Apply

Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 7.

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CRICOS course code NSW 064819E/NSW 071679J (accelerated)

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BACHELOR OF BUSINESS (TOURISM MANAGEMENT)

Career prospects Tourism is the fastest growing industry in the world – and as a graduate you could work as: • Destination Marketing Manager • Destination Development Manager • Destination Marketing Manager • Regional Tourism Development Manager • Tourism Consultant • Tourism Entrepreneurship • Tourism Policy Advisor.

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Higher Education Programs Event Management/Business/Tourism and Hospitality EVENT MANAGEMENT BACHELOR OF BUSINESS (EVENT MANAGEMENT) CRICOS course code NSW 064818F/NSW 071675B (accelerated) Duration (hours) 1152 hours of classroom study Duration (years) 3 years full-time (including breaks)/ 2 years full-time (accelerated, including breaks) Campus location North Sydney Course description This course teaches you how to plan and manage events from conferences and conventions to music festivals, product launches and weddings. Organising an event requires planning so you learn in detail how to manage and operate events from start to finish. With guided industry experience throughout you’ll gain the skills and knowledge to succeed in the events industry. Admission requirements • Minimum 18 years of age prior to course commencement with completion of Senior High School Certificate (Year 12) or equivalent or • Mature age entry with relevant work experience and • IELTS 6.0 (Academic) overall with a minimum of 5.5 in each skill. Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 7. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 7. Career prospects Events is a big growth area of the hospitality industry – so as a graduate you could work in one of these roles: • Event Manager • Venue Manager • Meeting and Conferences Manager • Exhibitions Manager • Event Coordinator • Functions Manager.

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Subjects you will study 100 level ACC101 Fundamentals of Management Accounting and Business Finance ECO101 Economics in a Business Environment MGT101 Management Principles and Practices 1 MKT101 Understanding Marketing MGT102 Introduction to Hospitality, Tourism and Events PRN101 Understanding Public Relations MKT102 Introduction to Consumer Behaviour IND101 Industry Practices 200 level ACC201 Introduction to Applied Finance STAT201 Introduction to Quantitative Methods LAW201 Introduction to Business Law IND201 Industry Engagement MGT201 Human Resource Management MGT202 Project Management EVT201 Event Management EVT202 Creative Thinking and Innovation 1 additional level 200 elective. 300 level MGT301 Corporate Social Responsibility MGT302 Strategic Management IND301 Industry Placement MGT303 Business Information Analysis EVT301 Events Policy and Strategy EVT302 Event Logistics and Risk EVT303 Commercial Modelling for Events Please note that selection of electives may be subject to availability.

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BUSINESS BACHELOR OF BUSINESS CRICOS course code NSW 066184G/NSW 071673D (accelerated) Duration (hours) 1152 hours of classroom study Duration (years) 3 years full-time (including breaks)/ 2 years full-time (accelerated, including breaks) Campus location North Sydney Course description This course gives you a broad understanding of the Australian and international business environment. It combines business knowledge and skills with a range of electives to provide numerous business career options. You’ll learn to identify strategic opportunities for organisations, develop business and marketing plans, and research, analyse and interpret the business environment. Admission requirements • Minimum 18 years of age prior to course commencement with completion of Senior High School Certificate (Year 12) or equivalent or • Mature age entry with relevant work experience and • IELTS 6.0 (Academic) overall with a minimum of 5.5 in each skill. Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 7.


Admission requirements • Completion of the William Blue Advanced Diploma with a grade point average of 70% or higher and • IELTS 6.0 (Academic) overall, with no individual band score less than 6.0. Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 7. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 7.

200 level ACC201 Introduction to Applied Finance STAT201 Introduction to Quantitative Methods LAW201 Introduction to Business Law IND201 Industry Engagement MGT201 Human Resource Management MGT202 Project Management 3 additional level 200 electives. 300 level MGT301 Corporate Social Responsibility MGT302 Strategic Management IND301 Industry Placement MGT303 Business Information Analysis 3 additional level 300 elective. Please note that selection of electives may be subject to availability.

CRICOS provider code 02218K (conferred by La Trobe University)

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Duration (hours) 520 hours of classroom study Duration (years) 1 year full-time in addition to the William Blue SIT60307 Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Campus location North Sydney Course description This course builds on your practical, operational, management and business knowledge already gained in the William Blue Advanced Diploma of Hospitality. It introduces you to higher level thinking and critical analysis skills and shows you how to successfully and strategically develop and manage a modern hospitality business.

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100 level ACC101 Fundamentals of Management Accounting and Business Finance ECO101 Economics in a Business Environment MGT101 Management Principles and Practices 1 MKT101 Understanding Marketing MKT102 Introduction to Consumer Behaviour 3 additional level 100 electives.

CRICOS course code 049997A

Summer School – January to February • Introduction to Leisure and Tourism Analysis • Special Topics in Tourism and Hospitality – Risk Management. Semester 1 – February to June (as per the LTU academic calendar) • Entrepreneurship in the Leisure Sector • Economics for the Tourism and Leisure Industry • Tourism Venture Planning • Strategic Management. Semester 2 - July to November (as per the LTU academic calendar) • Government Business Relations • Hospitality Service Delivery Strategies • Destination Marketing and Management • Tourism and Leisure Psychology and Consumer Behaviour. Please see page 70 for more information.

*The European Foundation for Management Development accredited program The European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) has awarded La Trobe University’s Bachelor of Business - Tourism and Hospitality EPAS (EFMD Programme Accreditation System) accreditation. This prestigious accreditation makes La Trobe one of only 43 faculties or business schools globally with EPAS accreditation.

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BACHELOR OF BUSINESS (TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY)

Career prospects As a graduate of this course you could be employed in any of these roles: • Hotel/Resort Manager • Event Manager • Restaurant and Food and Beverage Manager • Operations Manager • Business Analyst and Consultant • Accommodation Manager.

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Career prospects As a graduate you could work as: • Customer Service Supervisor • Marketing or Event Coordinator • Administration Coordinator or Supervisor • Management roles within SMEs.

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How to Apply

Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 7.


Vocational Programs Culinary Arts/Event Management CULINARY ARTS SIT60307 ADVANCED DIPLOMA OF HOSPITALITY (COMMERCIAL COOKERY PATHWAY) CRICOS course code NSW 066929E Duration (hours) 2042 hours of classroom study Duration (years) 2 years full-time (including breaks) Campus location North Sydney Course description This course combines the necessary technical culinary skills with hospitality business knowledge to become a chef or successful manager in the hospitality industry. Culinary skills are developed through practical experience at William Blue Dining by preparing, cooking and serving food for guests. You‘ll participate in a valuable 900-hour paid work placement program as part of your course. Admission requirements • Minimum 18 years of age prior to course commencement with completion of Senior High School Certificate (Year 12) or equivalent or • Mature age entry with relevant work experience and • IELTS 5.5 (Academic) overall with a minimum of 5.0 in each skill. Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 7. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 7.

Career prospects As a graduate of this course you could work as a: • Food and Beverage Manager • Executive Chef • Chef de Partie • Cafe Owner or Manager. Subjects you will study Year 1 Term 1 Introduction to Hospitality Studies Kitchen Operations 1 Kitchen Studies 1 Food and Beverage Operations 1 Food and Beverage Studies 1 OH&S and Hygiene for Hospitality Operations Career Management First Aid Term 2 Introduction to Business Communication and Management Hospitality Information Technology* Room Division Operations* Introduction to Sales and Marketing Introduction to Human Resources Management* Kitchen Operations 2 Kitchen Studies 2

Term 3 Hospitality operations and risk management Food and beverage management* Leadership* Hospitality law Introduction to hospitality accounting* Kitchen operations 3 Kitchen studies 3 Holistic service periods Year 2 Term 4 Advanced human resource management* Accommodation management* Hospitality accounting 2* Strategic marketing management* Event management* Business statistics Kitchen operations 4 Kitchen studies 4* Term 5 Industry placement (450 hours) Term 6 Industry placement (450 hours) Please refer to www.williamblue.edu.au for the list of units of competency.

*William Blue Educational Institute American & Hotel Lodging Association Diploma Students who achieve over 69% in subjects marked with an asterix are eligible to receive an international diploma awarded by the American and Hotel Lodging Association in addition to your William Blue qualification (See page 66 for more information).

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EVENT MANAGEMENT SIT60307 ADVANCED DIPLOMA OF HOSPITALITY (EVENT MANAGEMENT PATHWAY) CRICOS course code NSW 066929E Duration (hours) 1922 hours of classroom study Duration (years) 2 years full-time (including breaks) Campus location North Sydney

Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 7. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 7.

Year 1 Term 1 Introduction to hospitality studies Introduction to events management Food and beverage operations 1 Food and beverage studies 1 Risk management for events OH&S and hygiene for hospitality operations Career management Term 2 Introduction to business communication and management Manage event IT systems and meetings Introduction to sales and marketing Introduction to human resources Management* Event planning and compliance Holistic Service Periods

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Year 2 Term 4 Advanced human resource management* Accommodation management* Hospitality accounting 2* Strategic marketing management* Business statistics Hospitality information technology* Food and beverage management* Event proposal and bids*

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Term 3 Hospitality operations risk management Event implementation and evaluation Leadership* Hospitality law Introduction to hospitality accounting* Hospitality environmental sustainability

Term 5 Industry Placement (400 hours) Term 6 Industry Placement (400 hours) Please refer to www.williamblue.edu.au for the list of units of competency.

*William Blue Educational Institute American & Hotel Lodging Association Diploma Students will need to undertake the subjects Room division operations and Kitchen studies 4 in addition to the subjects marked with an asterix and achieve a passing grade of over 69% to be eligible to receive an international diploma awarded by the American and Hotel Lodging Association in addition to your William Blue qualification. The two additional subjects will incur an additional course fee. (See page 70 for more information).

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Admission requirements • Minimum 18 years of age prior to course commencement with completion of Senior High School Certificate (Year 12) or equivalent or • Mature age entry with relevant work experience and • IELTS 5.5 (Academic) overall with a minimum of 5.0 in each skill.

Career prospects As a graduate of this course you could work as: • Event Manager • Functions Coordinator • Venue Manager • Wedding planner • Conference Coordinator.

How to Apply

Course description This qualification teaches you how to plan, implement and evaluate a range of events from conferences and conventions to music festivals, wedding planning and product launches. You learn about key areas of hospitality management like human resources, marketing and risk management and the real highlight of this course is participating in an 800-hour paid work placement program.

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Vocational Programs Hotel Management HOTEL MANAGEMENT SIT60307 ADVANCED DIPLOMA OF HOSPITALITY (HOTEL MANAGEMENT PATHWAY) CRICOS course code NSW 066929E Duration (hours) 1910 hours of classroom study Duration (years) 2 years full-time (including breaks) Campus location North Sydney Course description This course equips you with the skills required to succeed as a manger in the hospitality industry. It combines practical skills with business and management knowledge related to hospitality management. The biggest benefit of this course is the participation in an 800-hour paid work placement as part of your course. Admission requirements • Minimum 18 years of age prior to course commencement with completion of Senior High School Certificate (Year 12) or equivalent or • Mature age entry with relevant work experience and • IELTS 5.5 (Academic) overall with a minimum of 5.0 in each skill. Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 7. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 7. Career prospects As a graduate you will be prepared for a prosperous career in the hospitality industry working as: • Food and Beverage Manager • Operations Manager • Rooms Division Manager • Restaurant Manager • Executive Housekeeper.

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Subjects you will study Year 1 Term 1 Introduction to Hospitality Studies Kitchen Operations 1 Kitchen Studies 1 Food and Beverage Operations 1 Food and Beverage Studies 1 OH&S and Hygiene for Hospitality Operations Career Management Term 2 Introduction to Business Communication and Management Hospitality Information Technology* Room Division Operations* Introduction to Sales and Marketing Introduction to Human Resources Management* Food and Beverage Operations 2 Food and Beverage Studies 2 Holistic Service Periods

Term 3 Hospitality Operations and Risk Management Food and Beverage Management* Leadership* Hospitality law Introduction to hospitality accounting* Advanced wine studies Hospitality environmental sustainability Year 2 Term 4 Advanced human resource management* Accommodation management* Hospitality accounting 2* Strategic marketing management* Event management* Business Statistics Term 5 Industry placement (400 hours) Term 6 Industry placement (400 hours) Please refer to www.williamblue.edu.au for the list of units of competency.

William Blue Educational Institute American & Hotel Lodging Association Diploma

Students will need to undertake the subject Kitchen studies 4 in addition to the subjects marked with an asterix and achieve a passing grade of over 69% to be eligible to receive an international diploma awarded by the American and Hotel Lodging Association in addition to your William Blue qualification. Kitchen Studies 4 will cost an additional course fee. (See page 70 for more information)

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Frequently Asked Questions

How does the William Blue industry placement program work? It’s a mandatory and highly useful part of the Vocational Education Advanced Diploma courses. You will need to provide a signed timesheet, weekly industry placement activity log and a supervisor evaluation report to verify that you have successfully achieved the industry placement hours required. A qualified workplace supervisor and work placement assessor from William Blue College of Hospitality Management must sign off the forms. You are also required to produce a written report on the industry placement which covers the following units of competency: • SITXMPR005A Develop and manage marketing strategies (IP Report) • SITXFIN008A Manage financial operations (IP Report) • SITXHRM002A Recruit, select

Whilst in the United Kingdom he operated a beverage production business where he was charged with stealing sugar that was to be used to make rum. Branded a sugar thief, William Blue was sent to Australia, courtesy of the Crown and the convict ship Minorca. Upon his release from prison and having befriended Governor Lachlan Macquarie, William was granted the opportunity to develop Sydney’s first harbour taxi and tour company. He ferried settlers across Sydney Harbour from the current location of the Park Hyatt Hotel at Millers Point to what is now known as Blues Point, on the North Shore. One boat soon became a fleet, and William became known as “The Commodore”. William then built his own pub called The Commodore Hotel, which to this day can still be found at its original location on Blues Point Road. It is rather fitting that his name lives on – not only through the landmarks and streets named after him in North Sydney - but also through the William Blue College of Hospitality Management, which aims to produce the hospitality and tourism entrepreneurs of the future. How will my course progress be assessed? Assessment is via written examinations, case studies, tutorial participation, group work, observation, and presentations.

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Why is the College named William Blue? The college was named after William Blue, who was one of Australia’s first tourism and hospitality entrepreneurs. William Blue’s interest in travel and tourism was evident early in his life, when he travelled from his native Jamaica to the USA and Canada then on to the United Kingdom in the late 1700s.

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Am I able to defer my studies? Yes. You may apply to defer for up to a year at any point in your studies, subject to approval by the Head of College and other conditions. Please refer to the Deferral Policy and Procedure for details www.think.edu.au/policiesandforms.

What if I can’t handle a type of food? In our courses, alcohol as well as meat and egg products must be handled, cooked and tasted by students. In order to comply with the accreditation of this course, no variations can be made to the registered curriculum. If you refuse to participate in any subject because of the content you will not be able to successfully complete the subject and will not be eligible for the course qualification.

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Am I required to wear a uniform? Yes, all students will be fitted with a William Blue uniform during orientation, and the uniform is required to be worn at all times while students are on campus or representing William Blue at external functions. There is a corporate uniform for theory classes, a service uniform for William Blue Dining service and a chef’s uniform when in the kitchen.

and induct staff (IP Report).

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Why should I choose a hospitality career? • The hospitality and tourism industry is the largest and fastest-growing industry in the world • The global hospitality and tourism industry employs approximately 240 million people worldwide • 10 million hospitality and tourism jobs will be created this year alone • The hospitality and tourism industry is worth more than AUD$10 trillion to the world economy.


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Welcome Seven great reasons to study at APM College of Business and Communication Student Spotlight Connected to Industry English Language Programs Higher Education Programs Vocational Education Programs Frequently Asked Questions

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For over 20 years, APM College of Business and Communication has been offering more than just an education. Our qualifications provide a competitive advantage when entering or advancing your career in marketing, advertising, communications, public relations, event management, entertainment, sports marketing and journalism. As a student you will learn from industry experts and gain valuable practical work experience in a supportive environment. You will enjoy the company of both local Australian students who make up the majority of our classes, as well as other students from a diverse range of countries from around the world.

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WELCOME

Our Industry and Careers team manages our internship program and work placement opportunities which incorporates over 300 industry companies and industry organisations in Sydney and Brisbane. These companies have undertaken to host APM interns. The team provides you with training and support in writing your resume, selecting a group of prospective internship hosts, setting up an interview and managing the internship itself. Of course the internship is an integral and accredited part of our higher education course offerings and you will be reporting to an experienced academic member of staff throughout. Where industry associations exist that are directly related to your course of study at Bachelor level, your course fees will include two year’s membership of that Association. As an APM graduate you will be entitled to a reduced membership fee for the subsequent two years.

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APM offers a highly flexible range of study options. Our full-time Bachelor program is delivered through three Trimesters per year, with intakes each Trimester. This means that you can complete your fully accredited degree in two years of study. The APM vocational Marketing Diploma is offered on a full time basis over two Terms of 10 weeks (a total of 20 weeks of study). Our full time vocational Advanced Diploma is also run over a two Term (20 week) duration. As APM also offers its courses through a flexible online mode to Australian students, it may be possible for international students to undertake some subjects through this option alongside their on-campus studies (restrictions apply). As a leading specialised education institution, APM fully understands the need to provide a highly relevant and personalised education experience for its students. We look forward seeing you at our campus, either in Sydney or Brisbane, and welcoming you into the wider APM community.

How to Apply

Jeff Laurie Head of College

A warm welcome to the APM College of Business and Communication, one of Australia’s leading private providers of post-secondary education in the specialised disciplines of Marketing, Event Management, Public Relations, Advertising and Journalism. APM has, for more than 20 years, delivered specialist Diplomas and Degrees in these disciplines to create ‘work ready’ professionals who have moved directly into professional practice. It is this close proximity to our chosen industry sectors that separates APM from other tertiary education providers in this space. We place great emphasis on remaining ‘industry contemporary’ through continual updating of curricula, engaging academic staff who are still industry practicing professionals, providing you with a workplace experience as an integral part of your course of study, and a range of other forms of assistance that will contribute directly to your career prospects.

Jeff Laurie Head of College

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SEVEN GREAT REASONS TO STUDY WITH US

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GET A UNIVERSITY-EQUIVALENT DEGREE FASTER

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INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION

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INDUSTRY PLACEMENT AND OPTIONAL INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

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INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNISED QUALIFICATIONS

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DIVERSE RANGE OF COURSES

Our fast-track programs makes it possible for you to gain a university-equivalent degree in just 2 years. This can save you time and money.

At APM you will enjoy smaller class sizes, allowing greater one-on-one interaction with academic faculty and doing group work and networking with fellow students. You will not find lecture theatres with hundreds of students as is the case in many universities .

Get work-ready with our breakthrough 200-hour Industry Placement Program for Bachelor Degree students or our optional Internship Placement for vocational students. We have hundreds of Australian companies ready to give you practical experience and you participate in a project specifically related to your studies.

Secure your dream career with our innovative, internationally recognised and industry-endorsed qualifications that have been developed and designed in consultation with industry professionals.

We offer a range of qualifications specifically designed to help you become a work-ready graduate in your chosen career path and you can choose when to start, with up to four intakes a year.

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A MELTING POT OF CULTURES

APM has campuses in both Sydney and Brisbane. These two cities have diverse multicultural populations and lifestyles. Similarly you will enjoy a classroom environment at APM that reflects this cultural diversity and will provide you with an excellent opportunity to form collegiate networks that can last well beyond your days at APM.

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GRADUATE SUCCESS

Our graduate surveys consistently confirm that almost all of our graduates find work within a very short time after graduation. This outcome again underlines the value of APM’s connectedness to industry and our reputation as a provider of ‘work ready’ professionals.

“I find that students with a degree in marketing are more attractive to potential employers and move forward much quicker in their careers. We need smart, dynamic recruits with practical, hands-on education who are able to hit the ground running. APM certainly delivers those recruits time and time again.” Emma Snowden, NSW Marketing Roadshow Films

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STUDENT SPOTLIGHT LUCIE DA GRAÇA

Lucie Da Graça 2011 Graduate Bachelor of Business (Marketing) I came to APM through my French school, for one-year study abroad. I chose APM, because of their small classes, and the low level of international students. I wanted to live an Aussi adventure, learn about a new culture, and not being only with international students. Well, when I arrived, I was not disappointed… I was really impressed by this beautiful campus and the welcome. However, initially I was a little worried because I just speak English for few years. So during my first semester, I worked hard to Pass, and what a surprise… I did really well actually! Thanks to APM environment, with wellexperienced lecturers, who create privileged relationships with their students, always available to help and advice us; plus the teachers from the academic and learning support who assist me during each stages of my studies in APM; and the administration who accompanied me and was attentive to my needs.

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Moreover, during my second semester, APM gave me the opportunity of an industry placement. Contrarily to others schools, the Internship Service was very supportive, and help me to find an internship based on my interests and my own career plan. Now I work part-time as a Marketing Assistant in a small Australian company while finishing my Bachelor, which allow the development of additional skills that cannot be learnt in a classroom and complete my education perfectly.

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CONNECTED TO INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE THAT MAKES YOU EMPLOYABLE

We’re not interested in you just finding some office job for a few days a week. That’s not what you’re training for. Our industry placement (for degree students) and internship program (optional for advanced diploma students) are unique – and we have hundreds of companies eager to give you practical work experience in your area of study. We have a strict monitoring process to make sure you get the experience you need while at these companies. You don’t have to find the companies – we have already done that. Together, with you, we choose the one that is best suited to your needs, interests and skills. Then, we prepare you for the interview with that company, where you have the chance of “marketing” yourself. It’s no surprise that our graduates are often snapped up by their companies prior to graduation. That’s a real testament to the calibre of APM students. Here are some of the many of companies that have taken APM students as interns or employees over recent years: AFL NSW/ACT Aloha Australian Poker League Australian Rugby Union Avant-Garde Events Biennale Festival Blacksheep Productions Bliss Models & Management Bluejuice Events Brave New World Brisbane EKKA Brisbane Festival Brisbane International Film Festival Brisbane Lions Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre Business Chicks Chugg Entertainment Cricket NSW Cronulla Sharks Dendy Films Divine Events Dreamcoat PR Drift d-Rush Promotions Edge Custom Media

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Elite Sports Estee Lauder Football Federation Australia Frontier Touring Company Funktionality Gabba Stadium Gordon Rugby Club Great Big Events Home Night Club Impact Communications Inertia ISmart (e-Marketing Business) JK Entertainment Laneway Festival Let’s Launch Promotions and Marketing Liberation Make A Wish Foundation MapSports Model Co Modular Records Music Network NSW Tennis OzTag Sports PIM Creative Marketing Special Events

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Popcorn Events QSport (Sports Federation of QLD) Queensland Academy of Sport Queensland Cricket Redark Marketing Roadshow Films Sandstorm Beach Volleyball Centre Seatem Pty Ltd Sieders V8 Smart Sound Alliance Suncorp Stadium Supre Swimming NSW Sydney Entertainment Centre Sydney Festival Sydney Hilton theBrandshop The Music Network The Logoers Universal Music VAS Entertainment Warner Bros West Tigers World Masters.


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CHRIS CHRISTOFI

LIAM O’BRIEN

DIRECTOR / BLINC INTERNATIONAL

MANAGING PARTNER / IKON C2

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER, SYDNEY CBD

(A DIVISION OF IKON COMMUNICATIONS)

NUDIE JUICES

“APM offers the ideal learning environment for its students. Industry professionals are on hand to deliver a unique mix of theory and on-the-job experience, case studies and career advice. APM is producing very capable people, passionate and skilled to take on roles in industry. They definitely have the confidence and edge to excel.”

APM 2009 marketing graduate, Liam O’Brien, used his work-ready skills to ‘wow’ a potential employer, securing a position with Australian fruit juice brand, nudie.

"APM's option to complete a full Bachelor degree in 2 just two years was very appealing to me. With unique industry links and smaller classes, my learning environment is more potent than other learning institutions."

“The practical experience and networking opportunities I received during my course’s internship were just invaluable. It’s one thing to study, but if you apply it to the industry you want to work in, nothing can hold you back.” O’Brien says APM’s course and internship program allowed him to develop his people and business skills to fit seamlessly into his role at nudie.

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“One of the first things I was asked to do as part of my application was to develop and present a marketing plan for a hypothetical product launch. It gave me the opportunity to demonstrate my skills and I was confident in my abilities to deliver this to a high standard. And, I landed the job,” says O’Brien.

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“APM courses are intensive and taught by real industry professionals. In the fast-paced and ever-changing marketing and event management landscape, APM offers its students a great hands-on way of learning. The APM internship program allows the student to experience working conditions first hand and lays a solid foundation for students allowing them to experience the various roles available and gauge where they would like their career to head. Some of Blinc’s most talented rookies have been graduates of APM.”

LARA BRETT How to Apply

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE DIRECT ENTRY

DIRECT ENTRY BUSINESS DIRECT ENTRY PROGRAM (INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED) CRICOS course code NSW 070927F Duration (hours) 15 weeks - 375 hours of classroom study 10 weeks - 250 hours of classroom study Duration (weeks) IELTS 5.0 – 15 weeks (including breaks) IELTS 5.5 – 10 weeks (including breaks) Campus location North Sydney Course description This program is one of a kind in Australia. You not only improve your English of the subject area you are interested in – you build a foundation of knowledge and vocabulary to help succeed in the vocational and higher education business program of your choice. • Improve your English and academic skills while learning language used in the business and communication industries • Opportunity to achieve your required English level in only 10-15 weeks, depending on IELTS entry level • Progress without completing an IELTS/ TOEFL test • Study with like-minded students who have a passion for business and communication • Study for 25 hours per week. Admission requirements IELTS 4.5 or IELTS 5.0. Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8. Career prospects This program will help build your academic and English skills to succeed in the business or communication program of your choice.

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HIGHER EDUCATION PROGRAMS MARKETING

Duration (hours) 1152 hours of classroom study Duration (years) 3 years full-time (including breaks)/ 2 years full-time (accelerated, including breaks) Campus location North Sydney, Brisbane Course description This course provides you with the necessary knowledge to pursue a career in marketing, from fast mover consumer goods (FMCG) to sports and entertainment. You’ll learn the importance of the marketing role in a modern business environment and discover ways to engage and influence target audiences by applying marketing theories and practices. Admission requirements • Minimum 18 years of age prior to course commencement with completion of Senior High School Certificate (year 12) or equivalent or • Be 21 years or over at course commencement and • IELTS 6.0 (Academic) overall, with a minimum of 5.5 in each skill. Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8.

Subjects you will study Level 100 MGT101 Management Principles and Practices ACC101 Fundamentals of Management Accounting and Business Finance ECO101 Economics in a Business Environment MKT101 Understanding Marketing ADV101 Understanding Advertising PRN101 Understanding Public Relations MKT102 Introduction to Consumer Behaviour MKT103 Marketing Communications Level 200 ACC201 Introduction to Applied Finance STAT201 Introduction to Quantitative Methods LAW201 Introduction to Business Law IND201 Industry Engagement ADV201 Brand Building MKT201 Marketing and Audience Research MKT202 Marketing Strategy MKT203 Business-2-Business Marketing MKT204 Service Marketing Level 300 MGT301 Corporate Social Responsibility MGT302 Strategic Management IND301 Industry Placement MKT301 International Marketing MKT302 Digital Marketing Elective 1 Level 300 Approved Study Elective 2 Level 300 Approved Study Elective subjects MGT305 Small Business Management MGT306 Learning and Development MGT307 Sales and Promotion Please note that selection of electives may be subject to availability.

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CRICOS course code NSW 062178E, QLD 070811G (Accelerated) NSW 071677M (Accelerated)

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BACHELOR OF BUSINESS (MARKETING)

Career prospects As a graduate you could be employed in any of these roles: • Marketing Assistant/Coordinator • Assistant Product Manager • Channel Manager • Brand Manager • Sponsorship Coordinator • Market Research Assistant • Marketing and Strategy Consultant • Media Planner.

How to Apply

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HIGHER EDUCATION PROGRAMS EVENT MANAGEMENT / PUBLIC RELATIONS / ADVERTISING

EVENT MANAGEMENT BACHELOR OF BUSINESS (EVENT MANAGEMENT) CRICOS course code NSW 064818F, QLD 070814D (Accelerated) NSW 071675B (Accelerated) Duration (hours) 1152 hours of classroom study Duration (years) 3 years full-time (including breaks)/ 2 years full-time (accelerated, including breaks) Campus location North Sydney, Brisbane Course description This qualification gives you the operational skills and knowledge needed to develop and implement a variety of successful events. You’ll learn how to engage clients, create event themes and brainstorm projects. There is also a wide range of electives to choose from including hospitality, tourism, marketing, public relations and advertising. Admission requirements • Minimum 18 years of age prior to course commencement with completion of Senior High School Certificate (year 12) or equivalent or • Be 21 years or over at course commencement and • IELTS 6.0 (Academic) overall, with a minimum of 5.5 in each skill. Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8.

Career prospects As a graduate you will have the skills to work as a: • Event Assistant • Events Coordinator • Event Manager • Sponsorship Assistant • Sponsorship Coordinator • Meeting and Conferences Assistant/Manager. Subjects you will study Level 100 MGT101 Management Principles and Practices ACC101 Fundamentals of Management Accounting and Business Finance ECO101 Economics in a Business Environment MKT101 Understanding Marketing MGT102 Introduction to Hospitality, Tourism and Events PRN101 Understanding Public Relations MKT102 Introduction to Consumer Behaviour IND101 Industry Practices Level 200 ACC201 Introduction to Applied Finance STAT201 Introduction to Quantitative Methods LAW201 Introduction to Business Law IND201 Industry Engagement MGT201 Human Resource Management MGT202 Project Management EVT201 Event Management EVT202 Creative Thinking and Innovation Elective Level 200 Approved Study Level 300 MGT301 Corporate Social Responsibility MGT302 Strategic Management IND301 Industry Placement MGT303 Business Information Analysis EVT301 Events Policy and Strategy EVT302 Event Logistics and Risk EVT303 Commercial Modelling for Events Elective subjects HOS203 Resort and Spa Management HOS204 Entertainment and Leisure Management HOS205 Gastronomy Please note that selection of electives may be subject to availability.

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PUBLIC RELATIONS BACHELOR OF BUSINESS (PUBLIC RELATIONS) CRICOS course code NSW 062179D, QLD 070813E (Accelerated) NSW 071678K (Accelerated)

Career prospects As a graduate you could find employment in these roles: • PR Assistant/Manager • PR and Communications Officer/Manager • Senior Management • General Management roles.

ADVERTISING BACHELOR OF BUSINESS (ADVERTISING) CRICOS course code NSW 062177F, QLD 070812F (Accelerated) NSW 071674C (Accelerated)

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Course description This course gives you the tools to pursue a career as a successful public relations practitioner. You’ll learn to engage, communicate and influence audiences through a combination of communications strategies. It also teaches you how to act ethically and sensitively to the needs and requirements of the target audience. Admission requirements • Minimum 18 years of age prior to course commencement with completion of Senior High School Certificate (year 12) or equivalent or • Be 21 years or over at course commencement and • IELTS 6.0 (Academic) overall, with a minimum of 5.5 in each skill. Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8.

Level 200 ACC201 Introduction to Applied Finance STAT201 Introduction to Quantitative Methods LAW201 Introduction to Business Law IND201 Industry Engagement ADV201 Brand Building MKT201 Marketing and Audience Research PRN201 Public Relations Strategy PRN202 Introduction to Public Relations Writing PRN203 Issues Management Level 300 MGT301 Corporate Social Responsibility MGT302 Strategic Management IND301 Industry Placement PRN301 International Public Relations PRN302 Advanced Public Relations Writing Elective 1 Level 300 Approved Study Elective 2 Level 300 Approved Study Elective subjects MGT305 Small Business Management MGT306 Learning and Development MGT307 Sales and Promotion

Duration (years) 3 years full-time (including breaks)/ 2 years full-time (accelerated, including breaks) Campus location North Sydney, Brisbane Course description This course teaches the relevance of advertising in a business environment and prepares you for an exciting career in the advertising world. It provides an introduction to marketing, public relations and international advertising. It also shows you how, with the help of writers and art directors, you can develop memorable advertising campaigns that persuade people to buy a product. Admission requirements • Minimum 18 years of age prior to course commencement with completion of Senior High School Certificate (year 12) or equivalent or • Be 21 years or over at course commencement and • IELTS 6.0 (Academic) overall, with a minimum of 5.5 in each skill.

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Campus location North Sydney, Brisbane

Duration (hours) 1152 hours of classroom study

Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 5.

Please note that selection of electives may be subject to availability.

Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 5.

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Duration (years) 3 years full-time (including breaks)/ 2 years full-time (accelerated, including breaks)

Level 100 MGT101 Management Principles and Practices ACC101 Fundamentals of Management Accounting and Business Finance ECO101 Economics in a Business Environment MKT101 Understanding Marketing ADV101 Understanding Advertising PRN101 Understanding Public Relations MKT102 Introduction to Consumer Behaviour MKT103 Marketing Communications

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Duration (hours) 1152 hours of classroom study


HIGHER EDUCATION PROGRAMS ADVERTISING / BUSINESS / JOURNALISM

Career prospects As a graduate you will be well prepared for a career as a: • Account Assistant • Account Executive • Media Buying Assistant/Manager • Advertising Sales Assistant/Manager • Senior Account Manager • Agency Director. Subjects you will study Level 100 MGT101 Management Principles and Practices ACC101 Fundamentals of Management Accounting and Business Finance ECO101 Economics in a Business Environment MKT101 Understanding Marketing ADV101 Understanding Advertising PRN101 Understanding Public Relations MKT102 Introduction to Consumer Behaviour MKT103 Marketing Communications Level 200 ACC201 Introduction to Applied Finance STAT201 Introduction to Quantitative Methods LAW201 Introduction to Business Law IND201 Industry Engagement ADV201 Brand Building MKT201 Marketing and Audience Research ADV202 Implementing Advertising Strategy ADV203 Advertising Copywriting ADV204 Visual Communications Level 300 MGT301 Corporate Social Responsibility MGT302 Strategic Management IND301 Industry Placement ADV301 International Advertising ADV302 Media Planning and Buying Elective 1 Level 300 Approved Study Elective 2 Level 300 Approved Study Elective subjects MGT305 Small Business Management MGT306 Learning and Development MGT307 Sales and Promotion Please note that selection of electives may be subject to availability.

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BUSINESS BACHELOR OF BUSINESS CRICOS course code NSW 066184G, QLD 070816B (Accelerated) NSW 071673D (Accelerated) Duration (hours) 1152 hours of classroom study Duration (years) 3 years full-time (including breaks)/ 2 years full-time (accelerated, including breaks) Campus location North Sydney, Brisbane Course description This course gives you a broad understanding of the Australian and international business environment. It combines business knowledge and skills with a range of electives to provide numerous business career options. You’ll learn to identify strategic opportunities for organisations, develop business and marketing plans, and research, analyse and interpret the business environment. Admission requirements • Minimum 18 years of age prior to course commencement with completion of Senior High School Certificate (year 12) or equivalent or • Be 21 years or over at course commencement and • IELTS 6.0 (Academic) overall, with a minimum of 5.5 in each skill. Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8.

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Career prospects As a graduate you could work as: • Customer Service Supervisor • Marketing or Event Coordinator • Administration Coordinator or Supervisor • Management roles within SMEs. Subjects you will study Level 100 MGT101 Management Principles and Practices ACC101 Fundamentals of Management Accounting and Business Finance ECO101 Economics in a Business Environment MKT101 Understanding Marketing MKT102 Introduction to Consumer Behaviour Elective 1 Level 100 Approved Study Elective 2 Level 100 Approved Study Elective 3 Level 100 Approved Study Level 200 ACC201 Introduction to Applied Finance STAT201 Introduction to Quantitative Methods LAW201 Introduction to Business Law IND201 Industry Engagement MGT201 Human Resource Management MGT202 Project Management Elective 1 Level 200 Approved Study Elective 2 Level 200 Approved Study Elective 3 Level 200 Approved Study Level 300 MGT301 Corporate Social Responsibility MGT302 Strategic Management IND301 Industry Placement MGT303 Business Information Analysis Elective 1 Level 300 Approved Study Elective 2 Level 300 Approved Study Elective 3 Level 300 Approved Study Please note that selection of electives may be subject to availability.


Career prospects As a graduate you could work in any of these roles: • Trainee Journalist • News Reporter/Reader • TV Journalist/Researcher/ Producer/Presenter • Radio Presenter/Journalist/ Announcer/DJ/Producer • Feature Writer • Magazine/Newspaper Editor.

Duration (hours) 1152 hours of classroom study Duration (years) 2 years full-time (including breaks) Campus location North Sydney Course description This qualification teaches the importance of the media and communications sector to help prepare you for a rewarding career as a journalist. You’ll refine your writing skills and practical experience while learning how to manage media production projects, carry out research, conduct interviews and write journalistic content. Admission requirements • Minimum 18 years of age prior to course commencement with completion of Senior High School Certificate (year 12) or equivalent or • Be 21 years or over at course commencement and • IELTS 7.0 (Academic) overall, with a minimum of 6.5 in (writing). Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8.

Subjects you will study Level 100 COM101 Comparative Media Spheres COM102 Media Research and Interviewing COM103 Writing and Thinking about News COM104 Sound, Vision and News COM105 Online Media COM106 Media Studies Elective 1 Level 100 Approved Study Elective 2 Level 100 Approved Study Level 200 COM201 Audio Feature Production COM202 Audiovisual Feature Production PRN202 Introduction to Public Relations Writing COM203 Feature Writing COM204 Editing and Design IND201 Industry Engagement Elective 1 Level 200 Approved Study Elective 2 Level 200 Approved Study Level 300 COM301 Legal and Ethical Issues in Media COM302 Media Project COM303 Media Futures IND301 Industry Placement Elective 1 Level 300 Approved Study Elective 2 Level 300 Approved Study

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CRICOS course code NSW 071680E (Accelerated)

Elective subjects PRN101 Understanding Public Relations IND101 Industry Practices PRN201 Public Relations Strategy PRN202 Introduction to Public Relations Writing PRN203 Issues Management PRN301 International Public Relations PRN302 Advanced Public Relations Writing Please note that selection of electives may be subject to availability.

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VOCATIONAL PROGRAMS MARKETING

MARKETING BSB51207 DIPLOMA OF MARKETING CRICOS course code NSW 067435G, QLD 070321C Duration (hours) 430 hours of classroom study Duration (weeks) 26 weeks full‑time (including breaks) Campus location North Sydney Course description This course introduces you to the area of marketing and provides you with foundation knowledge of marketing activities, consumer behaviour, advertising and industry trends. You explore in detail the responsibilities of marketing in a modern business environment and have the chance to build industry skills and apply your knowledge. Admission requirements • Successful completion of Senior High School Certificate (year 12) or equivalent and • IELTS 5.5 (Academic) overall with a minimum of 5.0 in each skill. • qualified applicants under 18 years of age are welcome to apply. Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8. Career prospects As a graduate you could be employed in either of these roles: • Marketing Manager in a shared marketing management role • Public Relations Manager.

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Units of competency Core marketing units BSBMKG502B Establish and adjust the marketing mix BSBMKG501B Identify and evaluate marketing opportunities BSBMKG515A Conduct a marketing audit BSBMKG507A Interpret market trends and developments BSBMKG514A Implement and monitor marketing activities Elective units BSBMKG402B Analyse consumer behaviour for specific markets BSBMKG510A Plan electronic marketing communications BSBADV511A Advertising Fundamentals BSB60507 ADVANCED DIPLOMA OF MARKETING CRICOS course code NSW 067436G, QLD 070322B Duration (hours) 470 hours of classroom study Duration (weeks) 24 weeks full‑time (including breaks) after the successful completion of the BSB51207 Diploma of Marketing Campus location North Sydney, Brisbane Course description This qualification builds on your leadership and strategic marketing skills already gained in the Diploma of Marketing. In preparation for your marketing career you’ll learn how to engage and influence target audiences, apply marketing theories and practices, and make strategic decisions in the corporate world. You’ll have the unique chance to join an internship program where you apply your learning through practical experience.

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Admission requirements • Successful completion of Senior High School Certificate (year 12) or equivalent and • IELTS 5.5 (Academic) overall with a minimum of 5.0 in each skill. Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8. Career prospects This well-respected course prepares you for career as: • Marketing Director • Marketing Strategist • National or Regional Marketing Manager. Units of competency Core marketing units BSBMKG608A Develop organisational marketing objectives BSBMKG609A Develop a marketing plan BSBMKG607B Manage market research BSBMKG603B Manage the marketing process Elective units BSBFIM601A Manage finances BSBPMG510A Manage projects BSBMGT605B Provide leadership across the organisation BSBMKG605B Evaluate international marketing opportunities


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How will my course progress be assessed? Assessment is conducted through a range of methods including written examinations, case studies, projects, reports, group work, and presentations.

Do I need to know anything about Business and Communications? No, we teach the basics and most of our student come from different backgrounds. While any previous experience may put you in higher standing in your studies, it is not required that you know anything before coming to APM. Will I get help securing my Industry placement/optional Internship? Absolutely. You won’t be left to look after this on your own. We have a team to help you get your resume ready, pick the best companies for you, help you set up your interviews and help if anything goes wrong. We are there to help you get the most out of your work placement or internship.

What sort of job will I get when I graduate? Depending on your area of study and previous experience, your first job when you are finished with APM can range between marketing coordinator positions all the way up to management. There is a great range of job options available to you as an APM graduate. What is the age range of the students at APM? There isn’t a typical APM student. We have some students straight from high school but we also have many students that have been working in their fields for a long time and are either looking up-skill or change their career direction. The mix of students gives a range of experiences and examples to draw from. In the same sense that a work environment would be, everyone has something different to offer. Am I able to talk to the lecturers outside of class hours? You are absolutely able to contact your lecturers outside of your formal lectures. Unlike many universities, you will not find yourself in large lecture classes with hundreds of other students. You will, instead, find yourself in much smaller groups where you will be encouraged to ask questions and explore your own ideas with the lecturer and fellow students, both in and out of class.

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Why should I choose APM? APM offers a highly competitive education and learning experience. We are located in a hub of activity and APM actively assists our students to provide them with every chance to be successful. You’ll graduate with the type of experience that employers are looking for. Because of our industry placement and optional internship program and our real world application of theory, APM isn’t just a place to get a degree, it’s a place where you can jump start your working life.

Can I work while I study? Your student visa allows you to work 20 hours per week during study periods, and full-time in the college holiday breaks.

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Are the courses aligned with employers’ needs? Yes! APM’s courses are designed to go the extra mile for you to give you the experience you need and the skills your employer is looking for. We help you along the way with real workplace examples while drawing on the industry knowledge of the lecturers to help get you ready for the workplace.

How does APM deliver a high employment rate of graduates? Our graduates are successful in the market place. We have an internship program that is optional for vocational education students and is a compulsory and integral part of our Bachelors degree programs. We have substantial databases of organisations in Sydney and Brisbane with whom APM has arrangements in place to host APM student interns. You are both mentored in the work place and managed by an academic member of staff throughout the Internship. This element of APM’s coursework has proven extremely popular with students and employers alike. So much so that a pleasing number of interns are successful in extending their internship into full time employment.

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How big will the classes be? At APM we keep the class numbers low to ensure that you will get the best learning experience possible. Most of your classes will have about 25 students in them.


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Welcome to ACNT Eight great reasons to study at ACNT Industry Recognition Connected to Industry Graduate Spotlights English Language Programs Vocational Education Programs Frequently Asked Questions

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“I wanted the opportunity to heal others through insight and wisdom.”

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Kylie Seaton ACNT Graduate

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Welcome

ACNT was the first college in NSW to gain VETAB Accreditation for a natural therapies course, and has been a leading provider of health, wellness and beauty education since 1982. The need for developing a solid complementary health college was largely due to the increase in public awareness, with more than 25% of the population seeking natural therapies as a source of wellness. The term ‘health and wellness’ incorporates modalities such as manual therapies (Massage:- Aromatic, Remedial, Swedish and Sport), and Natural Therapies (Naturopathy, Homoeopathy, as well as Western Herbal medicine, Nutritional medicine and Aromatic medicine). Recently ACNT has branched out into an exciting new area of vocational courses in Sport and Fitness. The college has established relationships with all major industry associations and professional groups. This provides us with up to date and relevant industry trends and information, which ensures all our courses are current and in line with industry needs. All our courses involve a ‘hands on’ practical industry focus. We ensure students graduating from ACNT have the opportunity to develop skills relevant to their chosen profession. The energy dedicated by ACNT staff high level of student support provides a dynamic learning experience for all students. We welcome students from many countries around the world and this brings a unique international and multicultural experience to all studying at ACNT.

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The college fosters an exceptional passion for being associated with exciting industry trained lecturers, latest delivery methods, and quality material.

How to Apply

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Eight Great Reasons to Study with us

The high standard of education and delivery methodology, coupled with industryleading facilities and friendly staff, are just a few reasons why students from all parts of the world choose ACNT for their education.

1. HISTORY

Established in 1982, ACNT has been offering high standards of education for over 28 years.

2. INDUSTRY EDUCATORS

Our comprehensive range of professional courses are taught by experienced industry practitioners.

3. PRACTICAL FOCUS

We place a high emphasis on practical training. Extensive hands-on experience is gained through clinical practice at our student clinic, dispensary and spa facilities. You’ll practice your skills on actual patients and real cases to gain confidence and professional experience.

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4. PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION

ACNT courses are recognised by a wide range of national and international bodies, we offer qualifications and courses accredited by VETAB and we also offer IFA and ITEC qualifications.

5. IMPRESSIVE RANGE OF COURSES

You’ll have access to a wide range of courses in all disciplines of natural medicine, manual therapies and fitness.

6. SMALL CLASSES

This allows more one-on-one contact with your lecturer.

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7. BOOMING WELLNESS INDUSTRY

With health problems on the rise the health and wellness industry is very promising with rapidly expanding career options.

8. MELTING POT OF CULTURES

At ACNT you learn alongside students from all around the world, which makes for a truly inspiring, multicultural environment. We have approximately 1,000 students on-campus, with around 35% of those being international students predominantly from Europe, South America and Asia.


Industry Recognition Get the Most Out of ACNT

In 1993 ACNT was the first college in New South Wales to gain government accreditation for the full-time Advanced Diploma of Naturopathy course. This accreditation was a major breakthrough for the natural therapies profession. In 2003 ACNT became the first natural therapies college in the world to become a CIDESCO International School in beauty therapy. ACNT has since gained accreditation for many of its professional courses. ACNT programs are also recognised by Australian and international associations such as ITEC and IFA.

INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS Australian Traditional-Medicine Society (ATMS) – www.atms.com.au The Australian Traditional-Medicine Society (ATMS) is Australia's largest professional association of complementary medicine practitioners, representing about 65 of the total complementary medicine profession. Australian Natural Therapists Association (ANTA) – www.anta.com.au For over 50 years ANTA has been committed to quality assurance and public safety by maintaining the highest qualification and ethical standards in their members.

Please note:

Industry recognition may be subject to change. It is therefore recommended that prospective students check with the relevent industry body regarding current recognition details. Industry and Health Fund recognition may be dependent on the delivery mode chosen.

International Therapists Examination Council (ITEC) – www.itecworld.co.uk ITEC is the largest international examination board offering a variety of qualifications worldwide. ITEC qualifications are supported by industry and are easily transportable nationally and internationally. International Federation of Aromatherapists (IFA) – www.ifaroma.org The International Federation of Aromatherapists (IFA) is the longest established organisation for professional aromatherapists in the world.

How to Apply

MAIN PRACTITIONER ASSOCIATIONS • Association of Professional Aestheticians of Australia (APAA) • Australian Association of Massage Therapists (AAMT) • Australian Remedial Masseurs • Australasian Spa Association (ASPA).

National Herbalists Association of Australia (NHAA) – www.nhaa.org.au Founded in 1920, the NHAA is the oldest natural therapies association in Australia, and the only national professional body of medical herbalists.

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Connected to industry

AN INTERVIEW WITH PAM STONE Director of Education, Blackmores Ltd

What can ACNT graduates expect when starting work with Blackmores? ACNT graduates can expect to work with like minded people who are committed to promoting and applying the principles of naturopathy. Where can they work? Qualified naturopaths are employed in several departments within the company, including Education and Advisory, Professional, New Product Development, Technical, Sales and Scientific Affairs. What is the quality of ACNT graduates? ACNT graduates working at Blackmores display a professional approach and demonstrate a high standard of knowledge of natural therapies. What are the career prospects for graduates? ACNT graduates who take up a role within Blackmores can find excellent career opportunities in different areas of the company. Our Naturopathic Advisory Service employs qualified naturopaths in either full-time or

AN INTERVIEW WITH JANINE LEAGH Recruitment Manager Australasia Steiner Leisure part-time roles, our Training Department offers opportunities to develop a career in training people at all levels, from healthcare professionals such as GPs, pharmacists, naturopaths, to trade and consumer training. Naturopaths are employed in our professional department, in product development and technical areas as medical writers and in sales roles. Additional qualifications in business or marketing would also place a graduate in an excellent position to take on roles in other areas of the company. Blackmores employs more naturopaths than any other company in the world. Is there anything else that you would like to add? Blackmores places the highest importance on education, as we strive to motivate people to take control of their own health and wellbeing. We applaud the emphasis of ACNT in providing quality educational programs, to equip graduates with skills and direction that will allow them to lead fulfilling professional lives, to make a positive difference to the health of others, and to assist in establishing natural healthcare solutions as the first choice for all Australians.

What can ACNT graduates expect when starting work with Steiner? Hard work! We put all our staff through an intensive three to six week training program in London, England prior to joining our five star spa teams. On joining a vessel staff can expect to work a five day week plus continuous training onboard. Our Spas run at the highest possible standard and our staff can expect to be part of the finest spa teams whilst travelling the world and getting paid for it! Where can they work? All over the world. What is the quality of ACNT graduates? ACNT graduates are of a high quality and work well within our five star environment. What are the career prospects for graduates? We have an excellent Management Training Program as well as many career opportunities such as operations, land based resort spas worldwide, trainers, sales etc. Is there anything else that you would like to add? Ensure you sign up today to become part of the best industry in the world!

BY APPOINTMENT TO QUEEN ELIZABETH II HAIRDRESSES STEINER GROUP LONDON

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Graduate spotlight

Studying a number of different disciplines over his two years at ACNT, Donald graduated in 2006/07, ready to unleash his skills and passion as a professional massage therapist. Impressively, he has already set up his own business where he is both a massage therapist and Company Director.

Kylie Seaton always looks forward to a rewarding day’s work. “It’s humbling and inspiring, and I’m blessed on a daily basis to be given the opportunity to work in this way”, she says. Kylie has her own practice based in a beautiful old terrace up on Challis Avenue, Potts Point. There, she works as both a naturopath and homoeopath, alongside an osteopath and acupuncturist. What inspired Kylie to study at ACNT was her passion to help others. “I wanted the opportunity to heal those diagnosed with terminal illness, and help heal through insight and wisdom.” KYLIE SEATON Private Clinical Practice (Naturopathy and Homoeopathy) Part-time Distance Education Tutor Australasian College of Natural Therapies ACNT Graduate

Two years on from graduating, Kylie believes that the naturopathic and homoeopathy professions provide an excellent grounding in the healing arts. And thanks to this solid foundation, she believes, “my clinical practice is free to evolve and develop in a dynamic and organic way”.

For now, Donald is more than happy building up the business and enjoying the Australian way of life. However, he hasn’t ruled out further study at ACNT in the future to expand his qualifications. In the meantime, Donald is keen to offer advice and encouragement to those embarking on an ACNT course. “Study hard, enjoy the journey and really listen to the insight and knowledge the teachers at ACNT offer. They are amazingly supportive and are there to help you every step of the way. Most importantly, be passionate about this exciting and rewarding industry!” Indeed, Donald is definitely someone who is passionate about his new direction in life, and is a shining example of how far an ACNT qualification can take you.

Having graduated with a handful of ACNT qualifications, Kylie is keen to grow her business even further. “Ideally, I’d like to build my clinical practice from three days a week to four days a week.” When she’s not at the clinic, you’ll find her teaching part-time on campus. ACNT was her education provider of choice for many reasons. “It offered the degree upgrade, the program was more professional than what other colleges were offering, and the student services team were very supportive.” Kylie offers encouraging words of advice for prospective students, “immerse yourself 100% in learning, have an inquisitive mind, listen, and absorb. But most of all, start work on yourself – then you can truly become a healer.”

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DONALD CAMPBELL Massage Therapist and Company Director Zenith Wellbeing ACNT Graduate

Donald chose to embark on his new career direction at the Australasian College of Natural Therapies. He explains, “the college has a very good reputation, both for the curriculum and the high calibre of teachers. I quickly found that the staff support network was outstanding, and the training I received was perfectly aligned to ‘real world’ application.”

“I run the company with two friends and there are three parts to the business - art, interiors and well being. The latter is the part that I look after, offering professional clinic based or mobile massage services,” he enthuses.

How to Apply

After working in the IT industry for 15 years, Donald Campbell decided to leave his UK home and head for the sunny shores of Australia. His goal was to work in the natural therapies field and to live a more holistic and less stressful life. “The quality of life in Australia really appealed to me, as did the opportunity to start a fresh career in natural therapies. Basically, I wanted to love what I did for a living and have more time to enjoy life.”


English Language Direct Entry DIRECT ENTRY ACNT DIRECT ENTRY PROGRAM (INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED) CRICOS course code NSW 070570G Duration (hours) 15 weeks - 375 hours of classroom study 10 weeks - 250 hours of classroom study Duration (weeks) Direct entry for Certificate to Diploma IELTS 4.5 – 15 weeks (including breaks) IELTS 5.0 – 10 weeks (including breaks) Direct entry for Advanced Diploma IELTS 5.0 – 15 weeks (including breaks) IELTS 5.5 – 10 weeks (including breaks)

Admission requirements Direct entry for Certificate to Diploma IELTS 4.5 or IELTS 5.0 Direct entry for Advanced Diploma IELTS 5.0 or IELTS 5.5 Minimum 16 years of age Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8/9. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8/9. Career prospects This program will help build your academic and English skills to succeed in the health and wellness program of your choice.

Campus location Surry Hills Course description This unique program will help you to improve your English skills and build your knowledge and vocabulary to succeed in your chosen health and wellness program. • Improve your English and academic skills while learning language used in the health and wellness industry • Opportunity to achieve your required English level in only 10-15 weeks, depending on IELTS entry level • Progress without completing an IELTS/ TOEFL test • Study with like-minded students who love hospitality • Study for 25 hours per week.

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Vocational Programs

HLT60507 ADVANCED DIPLOMA OF NATUROPATHY CRICOS course code NSW 064192B, QLD 068474D Duration (hours) 2900 hours of classroom study Duration (weeks) 3 years full-time (including breaks) Campus location Surry Hills, Brisbane Course description This course introduces you to the key areas of naturopathy – nutrition, homoeopathy, herbal medicine and iridology – and offers a solid grounding in chemistry, biochemistry, pathology, symptomatology, diagnosis and pharmacology. The highlight of this course is the application of practical skills in our student clinic which gives you the confidence to engage with clients in a safe and supervised environment. Admission requirements • Completed Senior High School Certificate (year 12) or equivalent (if you are under the age of 18 years at course commencement you may be required to participate in an interview to assess your suitability for the course) or • Be 21 years or over at course commencement and • IELTS 6.0 (Academic) overall, with a minimum of 5.5 in each skill. Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8/9. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8/9.

Units of competency HLTAP401A Confirm physical health status HLTFA301B Apply first aid HLTOHS300A Contribute to OH&S processes BSBFLM303C Contribute to effective workplace relationships HLTHIR501A Maintain an eff ective health work environment CHCORG428A Reflect on and improve own professional practice HLTNAT609B Work within a naturopathic framework HLTAP501A Analyse health information HLTCOM404B Communicate eff ectively with clients HLTNAT607B Manage work within a naturopathic framework HLTNAT602B Provide western herbal medicine treatment HLTIN504B Manage the control of infection HLTNAT606B Perform naturopathic health assessment HLTNAT603B Provide naturopathic nutritional treatment HLTHER603B Operate a western herbal dispensary HLTNUT602B Provide specialised nutritional care HLTCOM503B Manage a practice HLTNUT601B Apply literature research findings to clinical practice HLTHER608B Provide specialised western herbal medicine treatment HLTCOM502B Develop professional expertise HLTCOM406B Make referrals to other health care professionals when appropriate HLTNAT608B Apply naturopathic diagnostic framework HLTHOM612B Work within a homoeopathic framework HLTNAT605B Plan naturopathic treatment strategy HLTNAT604B Provide acute homoeopathic treatment HLTNAT601B Provide naturopathic treatment

ITEC Students can also gain an ITEC international certification by completing an additional exam

How to Apply

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Vocational Programs Natural Medicine NUTRITIONAL MEDICINE HLT61007 ADVANCED DIPLOMA OF NUTRITIONAL MEDICINE CRICOS course code NSW 061975F, QLD 068 475C Duration (hours) 2000 hours of classroom study Duration (weeks) 2 years full-time (including breaks) Campus location Surry Hills, Brisbane Course description This qualification explains how nutrients, diet and vitamins, and mineral and amino acid supplements can be used to prevent disease and achieve optimal health. You’ll learn to apply nutrition management in a range of areas - renal, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, endocrine and immune disorders, palliative care and pregnancy and paediatrics, diagnostic laboratory techniques, symptomatology and diagnosis, and counselling. A major component of this course is the ability to apply theory in the student clinic and engage with clients under close supervision. Admission requirements • Completed Senior High School Certificate (year 12) or equivalent (if you are under the age of 18 years at course commencement you may be required to participate in an interview to assess your suitability for the course) or • Be 21 years or over at course commencement and • IELTS 6.0 (Academic) overall, with a minimum of 5.5 in each skill. Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8/9.

Career prospects As a graduate you can work in an exciting career as a: • Nutritional Medicine Practitioner • Nutritional Therapist. Units of competency HLTAP401A Confirm physical health status HLTFA301B Apply first aid HLTOHS300A Contribute to OH&S processes BSBFLM303C Contribute to effective workplace relationships HLTHIR501A Maintain an effective health work environment CHCORG28A Reflect and improve upon professional practice HLTNUT610A Provide basic dietary advice HLTAP501A Analyse health information HLTCOM404B Communicate effectively with clients HLTNUT604A Manage work within a clinical nutritional framework HLTNAT607B Manage work within a naturopathic framework HLTNUT606A Plan the nutritional treatment strategy HLTIN504B Manage the control of infection HLTNUT603A Apply a nutritional medicine diagnostic framework HLTNUT605A Perform nutritional medicine health assessment HLTNUT607A Provide nutritional medicine treatment HLTNUT609A Prepare and dispense nutritional and dietary supplements HLTNUT602B Provide specialised nutritional care HLTCOM503B Manage a practice HLTNUT601B Apply literature research findings to clinical practice HLTNUT608A Provide specialised nutritional medicine treatment HLTCOM502B Develop professional expertise HLTCOM406B Make referrals to other health care professionals when appropriate

ITEC Students can also gain an ITEC international certification by completing an additional exam

Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8/9.

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WESTERN HERBAL MEDICINE HLT60107 ADVANCED DIPLOMA OF WESTERN HERBAL MEDICINE CRICOS course code NSW 070171A, QLD 068478M Duration (hours) 2000 hours of classroom study Duration (weeks) 2 years full-time (including breaks) Campus location Surry Hills, Brisbane

Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8/9. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8/9.

Units of competency HLTAP401A Confi rm physical health status HLTFA301B Apply first aid HLTOHS300A Contribute to OH&S processes BSBFLM303C Contribute to effective workplace relationships HLTHIR501A Maintain an effective health work environment CHCORG428A Reflect on and improve own professional practice HLTHER607B Provide dietary advice HLTAP501A Analyse health information HLTCOM404B Communicate effectively with clients HLTHER602B Manage work within the western herbal medicine framework HLTHER606B Prepare and dispense western herbal medicine HLTIN504B Manage the control of infection HLTHER604B Perform western herbal medicine health assessment HLTHER601B Apply western herbal medicine diagnostic framework

HLTHER603B Operate a western herbal medicine

dispensary HLTHER605B Plan the western herbal medicine

treatment strategy HLTHER609B Provide western herbal medicine

treatment Manage a practice HLTHER608B Provide specialised western herbal medicine treatment HLTCOM502B Develop professional expertise HLTCOM406B Make referrals to other health care professionals when appropriate HLTCOM503B

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Admission requirements • Completed Senior High School Certificate (year 12) or equivalent (if you are under the age of 18 years at course commencement you may be required to participate in an interview to assess your suitability for the course) or • Be 21 years or over at course commencement and • IELTS 6.0 (Academic) overall, with a minimum of 5.5 in each skill.

Career prospects As a graduate you can pursue a career as an: • Aromatherapist • Clinical Aromatherapist • Independent practitioner (herbal medicine remedies and essential oils) • Specialist in palliative care, aged care, women and children.

How to Apply

Course description Western herbal medicine’s roots date back to Greek and Roman times and beyond to Ancient Egypt. Within this comrehensive course you will discover the principles of plant identifi cation, actions, indications and prescriptions of hundreds of herbs, and learn how to manufacture a range of herbal preparations. Th e course consists of a combination of lectures, clinics, tutorials, practical demonstrations, and case studies.

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Vocational Programs Fitness FITNESS SRF30206 CERTIFICATE III IN FITNESS CRICOS course code NSW 072871A Duration (hours) 240 hours of classroom study Duration (weeks) 16 weeks full-time (including breaks) Campus location Surry Hills Course description This course is the first step towards a successful fitness career. Discover how physical activities help maintain good health and how targeted fitness training can treat health disorders like diabetes. An integral part of the course is practical experience which can be obtained through clinical practice and ACNT’s partner gyms. Admission requirements • Completed Senior High School Certificate (year 12) or equivalent (if you are under the age of 18 years at course commencement you may be required to participate in an interview to assess your suitability for the course) or • Be 21 years or over at course commencement and • IELTS 5.5 (Academic) overall, with a minimum of 5.0 in each skill. Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8/9. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8/9. Career prospects As a graduate you could work as a: • Gym/Fitness Instructor.

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Units of competency Operate computing packages Undertake risk analysis of activities SRXOHS001B Follow defined occupational health and safety policies and procedures HLTFA301B Apply first aid SRFFIT001B Provide orientation to clients prior to undertaking a fitness program SRXGCSO04A Meet client needs and expectations SRFFIT003B Undertake client induction and screening SRFFIT004B Develop basic fitness programs SRFFIT006B Use and maintain core fitness industry equipment SRFGYM001B Instruct fitness activity skills to a client using fitness equipment SRFGYM002B Customise gym instructional skills to include specific areas of expertise current in the fitness industry SRFFIT005B Apply basic exercise science to exercise instruction SRFFIT014A Provide advice to clients on the application of basic anatomy and physiology to fitness programs SRFFIT015A Provide nutrition advice to clients in accordance with recommended guidelines SRXGCST03A Process client complaints SRXGRO003A Provide leadership to groups SRFGEX001A Plan and instruct a group exercise class SRFGEX002A Customise gym instructional skills to include specific group fitness activities current in the fitness industry BSBFLM303C Contribute to effective workplace relationships SRXINU002A Apply sport and recreation law BSBWOR301A Organise personal work priorities and development BSBINN201A Contribute to workplace innovation SRFSPP002A Develop and apply an awareness of specific populations to exercise delivery SRXFAD002A Provide advanced first aid response

SRF40206 CERTIFICATE IV IN FITNESS

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CRICOS course code NSW 072872M Duration (hours) 240 hours of classroom study Duration (weeks) 16 weeks full-time (including breaks) Campus location Surry Hills Course description Successful completion of this course qualifies you to become a personal trainer, either running your own personal training business or as a team member in a gym or fitness centre. Learn how specific training needs can achieve personal fitness goals and gain leadership skills to work with small groups. Explore sports psychology, business administration, symptomatology and diagnosis for sports injuries and then carry out practical experience in an actual gym. Admission requirements • To enter this course you will need to have completed SRF30206 Certificate III in Fitness and • IELTS 5.5 (Academic) overall, with a minimum of 5.0 in each skill. Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8/9. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8/9. Career prospects As a graduate you could work as a: • Personal Trainer.


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Units of competency ICAU2006B Operate computing packages SRXRIK001A Undertake risk analysis of activities SRXINU004A Promote compliance with laws and legal principles BSBWOR404A Develop work priorities SRXOGN001A Conduct projects SRFFIT007B Undertake relevant exercise planning and programming SRFFIT010B Utilise a broad range of fitness equipment SRXOHS002B Implement and monitor the organisation’s Occupational Health and Safety policies, procedures, and programs SRFPTI001B Plan and deliver personal training SRFFIT008B Utilise a broad knowledge of exercise science in exercise planning and programming and instruction SRFFIT009B Undertake postural appraisal of low risk clients SRFFIT012B Utilise an understanding of motivational psychology with fitness clients SRFFIT013B Provide information and exercise related to nutrition and body composition SRFFIT011B Provide exercise for fitness industry clients with special requirements SRFOLD001B Plan and deliver exercise for older adults SRSSTC001A Teach or develop basic skills of strength and conditioning SRSSTC002A Plan and prepare a strength and conditioning program for a competitive athlete SRSSTC003A Operate in accord with accepted strength and conditioning industry health and safety practices SRSSTC004A Operate and maintain strength and conditioning facilities and equipment SRFETP001A Plan and instruct an endurance training program SRXGCSO06A Address client needs SRXINU003A Analyse participation patterns in specific markets of the leisure and recreation industry SRXGCST05A Coordinate client service activities ITEC Students can also gain an ITEC international certification by completing an additional exam

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Vocational Programs Fitness

SRF50206 DIPLOMA OF FITNESS CRICOS course code NSW 072873K Duration (hours) 400 hours of classroom study Duration (weeks) 16 weeks full-time (including breaks) Campus location Surry Hills Course description This course combines fitness and massage and provides the leadership skills to help clients with a wide range of physical and psychological problems and disorders. It explains how each part of the body interacts with a fitness program and teaches you how to plan, develop and initiate programs and injury prevention regimes. Admission requirements • To enter this course you will need to have completed SRF40206 Certificate IV in Fitness and • IELTS 5.5 (Academic) overall, with a minimum of 5.0 in each skill. Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8/9. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8/9. Career prospects As a graduate you can specialise in fitness instruction for rehabilitation, the elderly, injured persons and those with cardiac/ respiratory conditions in one of these roles: • Fitness Specialist • Gym Operations Manager • Fitness/Gym Program Manager. Units of competency SRXINU004A Promote compliance with laws and legal principles BSBADM502B Manage meetings BSBWOR402A Promote team effectiveness ICAU3126B Use advanced features of computer applications

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Establish, maintain and evaluate the organisation’s occupational health and safety system SRXGCSS07A Determine needs of client populations SRXRIK002A Manage an organisation’s risk SRXOGN002A Manage projects SRFAHN002A Receive and respond to rehabilitation referrals from allied health professionals SRFAHN001A Make referrals and work collaboratively with allied health professionals where appropriate SRFFIT018A Apply anatomy and physiology to fitness programs for moderate risk clients SRFFIT016A Apply information from postural appraisals to fitness programs for moderate risk clients SRFFSP002A Provide information about injury prevention and management to fitness clients SRFFSP003A Plan and deliver exercise to promote physical and psychological well being in low to moderate risk clients SRXINU005A Manage culture and education to expand participation in a leisure and

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Provide nutrition information to clients with specific requirements in accordance with recommended guidelines SRFFSP001A Provide body composition management programming for moderate risk clients HLTCOM406B Make referrals to other health care professionals when appropriate

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Use specific health terminology to communicate effectively SRFCHA001A Plan and deliver exercise for children and young adolescents SRFFSP006A Plan and deliver exercise strategies for musculoskeletal rehabilitation SRFFSP005A Plan and deliver exercise for people with a disability SRFFSP004A Plan and deliver exercise for moderate risk children and young adolescents SRFFSP007A Plan and deliver exercise for moderate risk clients with cardio respiratory considerations SRFFSP008A Plan and deliver exercise for clients with moderate risk of metabolic syndrome SRFFSP009A Plan and deliver exercise for moderate risk clients with musculoskeletal needs SRFFSP010A Plan and deliver exercise for low to moderate risk clients with neurological impairment SRSSTC005A Teach or develop advanced skills of strength and conditioning SRSSTC006A Plan and prepare a strength and conditioning programs for a high performance athlete HLTCOM406B Make referrals to other health care professionals when appropriate HLTCOM408B Use specific health terminology to communicate effectively

ITEC Students can also gain an ITEC international certification by completing an additional exam


Vocational Programs Manual Therapies

CRICOS course code NSW 072868G, QLD 075141M Duration (hours) 450 hours of classroom study Duration (weeks) 16 weeks full-time (including breaks) Campus location Surry Hills, Brisbane Course description This course equips you with the necessary knowledge to become a massage therapist. You’ll learn how to move muscle tissue to increase blood flow, reduce muscular tension, and increase the general sense of wellbeing. You are taught specific massage techniques like Swedish massage and deep tissue therapeutic massage which are applied through practical demonstrations in clinical practice. Admission requirements • Completed Senior High School Certificate (year 12) or equivalent (if you are under the age of 18 years at course commencement you may be required to participate in an interview to assess your suitability for the course) or • Be 21 years or over at course commencement and • IELTS 5.5 (Academic) overall, with a minimum of 5.0 in each skill. Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8/9. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8/9. Career prospects As a graduate you could work as a: • Massage therapist – in the spa industry or in a health team, under the guidance of a physiotherapist or osteopath.

ITEC Students can also gain an ITEC international certification by completing an additional exam

HLT50307 DIPLOMA OF REMEDIAL MASSAGE CRICOS course code NSW 072869F, QLD 075142K Duration (hours) 560 hours of classroom study Duration (weeks) 36 weeks full-time (including breaks) Campus location Surry Hills, Brisbane Course description This course equips you with advanced massage techniques that are applied through practical experience in clinical practice. It investigates basic and advanced remedial massage by way of trigger points, myofascial release and lymphatic drainage techniques and shows you how to create a treatment plan to heal various ailments related to the musculoskeletal system.

Admission requirements • To enter this course you will need to have completed HLT40307 Certificate IV in Massage Therapy Practice and • IELTS 5.5 (Academic) overall, with a minimum of 5.0 in each skill. Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8/9. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8/9. Career prospects As a graduate you can work in any of these rewarding roles: • Remedial Massage Practitioner • Remedial Massage Therapist • Remedial Therapist. Units of competency HLTCOM502B Develop professional expertise HLTCOM503B Manage a practice HLTHIR506B Implement and monitor compliance with legal and ethical requirements CHCORG428A Reflect on and improve own professional practice HLTAP501A Analyse health information HLTREM502B Provide remedial massage treatment HLTREM504B Apply remedial massage assessment framework HLTREM505B Perform remedial massage health assessment HLTREM510A Provide specialised remedial massage treatments HLTREM503B Plan remedial massage treatment strategy HLTREM513A Provide remedial massage treatment to athletes CHCAC318A Work effectively with older people HLTREF501A Work within a reflexology framework HLTHIR501A Maintain an effective health work environment ITEC Students can also gain an ITEC international certification by completing an additional exam

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HLT40307 CERTIFICATE IV IN MASSAGE THERAPY PRACTICE

Units of competency BSBWOR203A Work effectively with others HLTCOM404B Communicate effectively with clients HLTHIR301A Communicate and work effectively in health HLTREM408B Apply massage assessment framework HLTREM409B Perform massage health assessment HLTCOM405B Administer a practice HLTOHS300A Contribute to OH&S processes HLTIN301B Comply with infection control policies and procedures HLTAP401A Confirm physical health status HLTFA301B Apply first aid HLTCOM406B Make referrals to other health care professionals when appropriate HLTCOM408B Use specific health terminology to communicate effectively HLTREM407B Plan massage treatment HLTREM401B Work within a massage framework HLTREM406B Provide massage treatment

How to Apply

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Vocational Programs Manual Therapies AROMATHERAPY HLT42707 CERTIFICATE IV IN AROMATHERAPY CRICOS course code NSW 061977D, QLD 068462G Duration (hours) 560 hours of classroom study Duration (weeks) 36 weeks full-time (including breaks) Campus location Surry Hills, Brisbane Course description This is an entry qualification for a career in aromatherapy that covers the principles and application of aromatherapy. You’ll learn the chemistry and pharmacology of essential oils, their actions, indications and contraindications, as well as aromatherapy massage, anatomy and physiology, basic pathology and symptomatology. You will treat clients as part of your clinical practice in a safe and supervised environment.

Units of competency HLTAP401A Confirm physical health status HLTARO401A Work within the aromatherapy framework HLTARO403A Provide aromatherapy treatment HLTARO402A Plan aromatherapy treatment HLTOHS300A Contribute to OH&S process HLTIN301B Comply with infection control policies and procedures HLTCOM405B Administer a practice HLTARO405A Apply aromatherapy assessment framework HLTARO406A Perform Aromatherapy Health Assessment HLTCOM404B Communicate effectively with clients BSBWOR203A Work effectively with others HLTHIR301A Communicate and work effectively in health HLTFA301B Apply first aid HLTCOM408B Use specific health terminology to communicate effectively HLTCOM406B Make referrals to other health care professionals when appropriate CHCAC318A Work effectively with older people HLTARO408A Provide aromatherapy massage treatment ITEC

Admission requirements • Completed Senior High School Certificate (year 12) or equivalent (if you are under the age of 18 years at course commencement you may be required to participate in an interview to assess your suitability for the course) or • Be 21 years or over at course commencement and • IELTS 5.5 (Academic) overall, with a minimum of 5.0 in each skill.

Students can also gain an ITEC and IFA international certification by completing an additional exam

HLT51407 DIPLOMA OF AROMATHERAPY CRICOS course code NSW 072870B, QLD 075143J Duration (hours) 400 hours of classroom study Duration (weeks) 16 weeks full-time (including breaks)

Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8/9. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8/9. Career prospects As a graduate, you will be able to work in a team or be self-employed as an: • Aromatherapist.

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Campus location Surry Hills, Brisbane Course description This course furthers your knowledge of aromatherapy by teaching you how oils extracted from plants can be used to improve wellbeing and treat disease. You’ll advance your training in specific areas; aromatherapy for the aged,

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pregnancy, labour, infancy and reflexology and gain advanced prescribing and application techniques that are applied through practical demonstrations and supervised clinical practice. Admission requirements • To enter this course you will need to have completed HLT42707 Certificate IV in Aromatherapy and • IELTS 5.5 (Academic) overall, with a minimum of 5.0 in each skill. Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8/9. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 8/9. Career prospects As a graduate of this course, you can expect a career as an: • Aromatherapist • Clinical Aromatherapist. Units of competency HLTCOM502B Develop professional expertise HLTCOM503B Manage a practice HLTHIR506B Implement and monitor compliance with legal and ethical requirements CHCORG428A Reflect on and improve own professional practice HLTAP501A Analyse health information HLTNUT610A Provide basic dietary advice HLTARO509A Plan a specialised aromatherapy treatment HLTARO510A Monitor and evaluate aromatherapy treatments HLTARO511A Provide specific aromatherapy assessment and care CHCPOL403B Undertake research activities HLTARO507A Analyse and compare different complementary health modalities HLTSHU509B Maintain personal health and awareness as a professional responsibility ITEC Students can also gain an ITEC international certification by completing an additional exam


Frequently asked questions

Why Should I choose ACNT? We place a high emphasis on practical training. That’s why we have a student clinic, a dispensary, and even spa facilities at our Sydney campus that are on par with the industry. You will practice your skills on real patients and work on real cases to help boost your professional experience. Can I earn International diplomas? Yes, ACNT courses are recognised by many prestigious industry organisations worldwide including IFA and ITEC and you will be able to earn international diplomas while studying an eligible course. We offer preparation classes and international exams on campus. The International Federation of Aromatherapists (IFA) is the longest established organisation for professional aromatherapists in the world. ITEC is the largest international examination board offering a variety of qualifications worldwide. ITEC qualifications are supported by industry and are easily transportable nationally and internationally.

Will I be ready to practice after I finish my course? Yes, definitely! You will gain thorough knowledge and great hands on skills. Our comprehensive course curriculum includes clinical training or work experience with real clients, which enables you to practice your skills on real patients working on real cases to enhance your professional experience. Do I need to have backgrounds in the area to study at ACNT? No, we teach from the basics and most of our student come from different backgrounds. How will my course progress be assessed? Courses are assessed through a range of methods – from written assignments to practical demonstration. You will be assessed against each unit of competency within your course. Typically, you will have between two and four assessments for each unit of competence. Demonstrating competency in completing key tasks and activities is a key element of your course.

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Are the courses practical? Yes! We place a high emphasis on practical training and we think it’s crucial that you gain thorough clinical training in preparation for a successful professional life ahead. That’s why we make clinical hours or internship a compulsory component of our courses, which you carry out at the ACNT student clinic or fitness centre. It’s the best way to put theory into practice and provides you with the necessary skills and confidence to work in the real world.

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From herbal spa treatments, through to high fashion make-up artistry, your approach to beauty therapy can be as individual as you are. For those who have aspirations of one day owning their own business, beauty therapy is one of the most enjoyable trades you can master. The environment at ANCB will help you reach your full potential whilst having lots of fun! Through a variety of modern interactive teaching aids, you will receive all the hands-on training, knowledge and support needed to be a success.

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Welcome Eight great reasons to study at ANCB Graduate Spotlight English Language Programs Beauty Therapy Vocational Education Programs CIDESCO and ITEC - International Certifications Frequently asked questions

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Welcome

The beauty faculty of Australian National College of Beauty (ANCB) is recognised by international bodies such as ITEC, and CIDESCO and strives to uphold an outstanding student outcome from these important links to international associations.

The energy dedicated by ANCB’s staff from program directors, student services through to the lecturering staff ensures a high standard of student experience. A quality educational standard and attention to ‘hands on’, practical training to help students graduate with exceptional skill sets and gain a competitive edge when applying for their chosen vocational positions in the workplace. I sincerely believe that ANCB is moving into an era of incrementally measurable excellence. I am excited and proud of their accomplishments so far, and look forward to sharing the ACNB experience with all enrolling and continuing students.

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MALCOLM KINNS General Manager of Health and Wellness, Think: Education Group

ANCB fosters an exceptional passion for being associated with exciting industry trained lecturers, novel delivery, and quality material. On-campus and distance learners may access the learning portal to access discussion forums and gain guidance from trained and qualified industry tutors.

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Eight Great Reasons to Study with us

MELTING POT OF CULTURES At ANCB you learn alongside students from all around the world, which makes for a truly inspiring, multicultural environment. We have approximately 1000 students on campus, with around 35% of those being international students from Asia, Europe and South America. VALUABLE SKILLS FOR A PRACTICAL CAREER Employers within the beauty therapy industry can come straight to us when they are looking for new staff. What employers love about ANCB students, is that their studies include loads of hands on training and highly developed product knowledge and interpersonal skills. In the student clinic you will acquire valuable skills and an understanding of the salon environment to help make you employable.

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STUDY WITH LIKE-MINDED PEOPLE Not only do you get to have fun working with beauty products, as a graduate, you will work alongside other people who enjoy the same things that you do and you can achieve lasting job satisfaction. REWARDING CAREER OPPORTUNITIES There is so much joy to be had in a career that is based on making people look and feel beautiful. Your clients will be glad to see you and will leave your care feeling amazing... not everyone can say that about their job! UNIQUE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT You’ll be comfortable and stimulated within the specialised facilities at ANCB. Everything from the course content and lesson plans to the college layout and the atmosphere is designed to ensure you have a thorough working knowledge of the beauty industry.

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ONE-ON-ONE LEARNING ASSISTANCE You will be supported to work hard and achieve your career goals with one-onone learning assistance if required. GAIN EXPERIENCE IN A REAL CLINIC As an ANCB student you will also practice your skills on real clients in a real clinic. EXPERIENCED TRAINERS On-campus you will be guided and supported by experienced trainers who are very approachable and full of up-to-date knowledge about the latest techniques and therapies.


Graduate spotlight

When I chose professional beauty and spa therapies as my future career, I did detailed research and learnt that ANCB has an excellent reputation in all areas of beauty and spa studies. ANCB is also the largest CIDESCO international school in Australia and provides training and examinations for all CIDESCO International certifications. This was exactly what I wanted!

LYDIA HUI LAN, TSAI WRB50105 Diploma of Beauty Therapy, ANCB Graduate

What I like the most about studying at ANCB are the lecturers. They all have extensive experience in the industry and I enjoyed very much learning from them day to day. They are very professional in their areas of expertise but also helpful in giving career advice and help build job seeking skills.

Why did you choose ANCB? I believe the best way to judge a college is to actually visit the premises. From the very beginning I felt that ANCB had the best facilities and equipment needed for my course and after speaking to a few of the lecturers I felt confident that I would be receiving the best education. What attracted you to the industry? I have always had an interest in beauty therapy, but at this point in my life I felt it was time to learn more about it. I wanted to learn more about the skin, about the body and about general wellbeing.

My advice to future students is to study very hard and remember all of the details you learn during practical training and clinical hours at ANCB. During my studies at ANCB, it gives me opportunity to put theory into practice and provides me with the necessary skills and confidence to work in the real world.

I have also been given me the opportunity to go to the World CIDESCO Congress held in Kyoto as my CIDESCO thesis was chosen for Australia. I can’t believe how far I have come! What are your career goals? I am currently working at a fat reduction and anti-ageing clinic working with machinery. I look forward to taking another course at ANCB in IPL, laser and micro-dermabrasion. I find that working with machinery is what really interests me and of course, I always want to keep learning!

What were the highlights of your course? What I loved the most about my course was the variety and diversity it offered. I learned something new every single day and I never got bored! From facials to reflexology, from stone therapy massage to aromatherapy, not a day went by that I wasn’t deloghted with my decision to come here.

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ELENA MAVROS WRB50105 Diploma of Beauty Therapy, ANCB Graduate

I am currently working as a spa therapist in Chi Spa – Shangri-la Hotel Sydney (one of the most luxurious spas in Sydney). I conduct various treatments, including facial, body massage, and scrubs. When looking for a job, I always looked on the ANCB job finder webpage, as there are always many job vacancies!

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English Language Direct Entry DIRECT ENTRY ACNT DIRECT ENTRY PROGRAM (INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED) CRICOS course code NSW 070570G Duration (hours) 15 weeks - 375 hours of classroom study 10 weeks - 250 hours of classroom study Duration (weeks) IELTS 4.5 – 15 weeks (including breaks) IELTS 5.0 – 10 weeks (including breaks) Campus location Surry Hills Course description This unique program will help you to improve your English skills and build your knowledge and vocabulary to succeed in your chosen beauty program. • Improve your English and academic skills while learning language used in the beauty industry • Opportunity to achieve your required English level in only 10-15 weeks, depending on IELTS entry level • Progress without completing an IELTS/ TOEFL test • Study with like-minded students who love beauty therapy • Study for 25 hours per week. Admission requirements IELTS 4.5 or IELTS 5.0. Minimum 16 years of age Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 9. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 9. Career prospects This program will help build your academic and English skills to succeed in the beauty program of your choice.

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Vocational Programs Beauty Therapy BEAUTY THERAPY WRB40105 CERTIFICATE IV IN BEAUTY THERAPY

Career prospects As a graduate you can gain employment in the exciting beauty industry as a: • Beautician. Units of competency

CRICOS course code NSW 061979B, QLD 068463G Duration (hours) 1044 hours of classroom study Duration (weeks) 44 weeks full-time (including breaks) Campus location Surry Hills, Brisbane Course description This course equips you with the knowledge and skills to enter the beauty industry. You’ll learn to perform common beauty therapy treatments like manicures, pedicures, facials, epilation, tinting, skin analysis and make-up. You’ll explore anatomy and physiology, histology of skin and nutrition, and practice what you have learnt through clinical practice in the Student Clinic. Admission requirements • This course is direct entry. (If you are under the age of 18 years at course commencement you may be required to participate in an interview to assess your suitability for the course) and • IELTS 5.5 (Academic) overall, with a minimum of 5.0 in each skill. Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 9.

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Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 9.

Core marketing units WRBCS204A Apply knowledge of nail science to nail services WRBCS305A Apply knowledge of skin biology to beauty treatments WRBFS305B Provide lash and brow treatments SIRXOHS001A Apply safe working practices SIRXSLS001A Sell products and services WRBCS410A Apply knowledge of electricity to beauty therapy treatments WRBCS411A Apply knowledge of nutrition to beauty therapy treatments WRBBS201B Provide manicure and pedicure services WRBCS201B Conduct financial transactions WRBCS203B Provide service to clients WRBCS306B Advise on beauty services WRBCS407A Develop a treatment plan for beauty therapy treatments WRBCS412A Apply knowledge of cosmetic chemistry to beauty therapy treatments WRBFS202B Design and apply make-up SIRXIND001A Work effectively in a retail environment WRBCS409A Apply knowledge of skin science to beauty therapy treatments SIRXCOM001A Communicate in the workplace WRBCS408A Apply knowledge of anatomy and physiology to beauty therapy treatments WRBSS302B Provide temporary epilation and bleaching treatments WRBFS407B Provide advanced facial treatments WRBFS406B Provide facial treatments SIRXCLM001A Organise and maintain work areas SIRXMER001A Merchandise products WRBBS408B Provide aesthetic aromatic massage WRBBS407B Provide body treatments

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WRB50105 DIPLOMA OF BEAUTY THERAPY CRICOS course code NSW 070162B, QLD 068471G Duration (hours) 1356 hours of classroom study Duration (weeks) 52 weeks full-time (including breaks) Campus location Surry Hills, Brisbane Course description This qualification advances your skills in beauty toward a successful career as a beauty therapist. It builds on your knowledge of skin science, make-up artistry, nail science, epilation, massage, advanced facial and spa treatments and offers business management and interpersonal skills to further enhance your job prospects. The Spa therapies pathway has been emerging in popularity over many years, and are now an essential part of the treatment repertoire. Most beauty therapy businesses provide relaxation and regenerative services. It is one of the fastest growing industries in the world today. Admission requirements • This course is direct entry. (If you are under the age of 18 years at course commencement you may be required to participate in an interview to assess your suitability for the course) and • IELTS 5.5 (Academic) overall, with a minimum of 5.0 in each skill. Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 9. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Dates on page 9.

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Career prospects As a graduate you will be immediately employable to work in a various beauty therapy environments as a: • Beauty Therapist. Units of competency Core marketing units WRBCS204A Apply knowledge of nail science to nail services WRBCS305A Apply knowledge of skin biology to beauty treatments WRBFS305B Provide lash and brow treatments SIRXOHS001A Apply safe working practices SIRXSLS001A Sell products and services WRBCS410A Apply knowledge of electricity to beauty therapy treatments WRBCS411A Apply knowledge of nutrition to beauty therapy treatments WRBBS201B Provide manicure and pedicure services WRBCS201B Conduct financial transactions WRBCS203B Provide service to clients WRBCS306B Advise on beauty services WRBCS407A Develop a treatment plan for beauty therapy treatments WRBCS412A Apply knowledge of cosmetic chemistry to beauty therapy treatments

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WRBFS202B Design and apply make-up SIRXIND001A

Work effectively in a retail environment WRBCS409A Apply knowledge of skin science to beauty therapy treatments WRBCS513B Investigate new products and services SIRXCOM001A Communicate in the workplace WRBCS408A Apply knowledge of anatomy and physiology to beauty therapy treatments WRBSS302B Provide temporary epilation and bleaching treatments WRBBS407B Provide body treatments WRBFS407B Provide advanced facial treatments WRBFS406B Provide facial treatments WRBBS511A Apply aromatic plant oil chemistry to beauty treatments WRBBS509A Plan the spa program WRBBS513A Use reflexology relaxation techniques in beauty treatments WRBFS203B Design and apply make-up for photography WRBFS204B Design and apply remedial camouflage WRBBS512A Blend a range of aromatic plant oils for beauty treatments WRBBS408B Provide aesthetic aromatic massage WRBBS514A Provide superficial lymph drainage massage WRBBS510A Provide the spa program (2 units)


CIDESCO and ITEC International certifications

THE BENEFITS OF CIDESCO CERTIFICATION • CIDESCO International Schools are overseen by CIDESCO – this means that they follow rigorous standards of education, assessment and facilities and graduates are of a high calibre. • CIDESCO international qualifications are supported by industry and are easily transportable, nationally and internationally. Opportunities and advancement possibilities are greater for CIDESCO Diploma holders and for those who are serious about building a career in beauty. • As a student of ANCB, you work towards an Australian nationally recognised training qualification – as well as an international CIDESCO qualification. • Diploma of Beauty Therapy students can sit the CIDESCO examination through our international certification packages. Please note: CIDESCO accreditation is not recognised within the Australian Qualifications Framework.

THE BENEFITS OF ITEC CERTIFICATION ITEC is the UK based examination board offering a wide range of certifications which are recognised worldwide. Currently, ITEC provides over 35 certifications accredited by the UK government and registered on the National Qualifications Framework in the UK. These certifications are accepted by industry in the UK and internationally providing an “international passport” for graduates easily recognised by employers worldwide. ANCB is a recognised ITEC examination centre offering examinations in the area of beauty therapy. Please note: CIDESCO accreditation is not recognised within the Australian Qualifications Framework.

BEAUTY THERAPY INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATION IN BEAUTY AND SPA (includes Spa Specialisation) Duration (hours): 456 hours in addition to the hours for the WRB50105 Diploma of Beauty Therapy Duration (hours): 54 weeks full-time (including breaks) undertaken whilst studying the WRB50105 Diploma of Beauty Therapy Campus location Surry Hills, Brisbane Why study the International Certification in Beauty and Spa? ANCB offers a range of international certification packages as an optional add-on for students currently enrolled in the WRB50105 Diploma of Beauty Therapy course. These include: • CIDESCO Diploma of Beauty • CIDESCO Spa Diploma • ITEC Level 2 Diploma for Beauty Specialists • ITEC Level 3 Diploma in Microdermabrasion Treatments • ITEC Level 3 Diploma in Spa Treatments • ITEC Level 3 Diploma in Laser and IPL Treatments. Course description This course covers all the theoretical and practical knowledge required to successfully pass the various practical and theoretical examinations conducted by CIDESCO and ITEC. Admission requirements • Must be studied concurrently with the WRB50105 Diploma of Beauty Therapy. Course fees and dates Please refer to the Schedule of Fees & Dates on page 9. Equipment and course notes/materials Please refer to the Schedule of Fees & Dates on page 9. Career prospects Work opportunities within beauty are vast with this qualification.

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Think: is proud to have been the first natural therapies provider in Australia to become a CIDESCO International School. This prestigious relationship is now managed by ANCB. Based in Switzerland, CIDESCO is represented in over 33 countries and issues prestigious qualifications in beauty therapy.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I earn International certifications? Yes, In addition to Australian accreditation, ANCB courses are recognised by prestigious industry organisations worldwide. With CIDESCO and ITEC you will be able to earn international certification while studying an eligible course. We offer preparation classes and international exams on campus in Surry Hills and Brisbane . CIDESCO was founded in 1946 with its head office in Switzerland, CIDESCO is represented in over 33 countries and issues a prestigious certification in the field of aesthetics and beauty therapy. ITEC is the largest international examination board offering a variety of certifications worldwide. ITEC certifications are supported by industry and are easily transportable nationally and internationally. Where can I work after my course? Graduates have a wide range of opportunities after their studies with ANCB. You can work in retail, a multi-disciplinary clinic, your own clinic, health manufacturing companies, resorts, 5 star hotels, day spas and wellbeing retreats. Do I need to have backgrounds in the area to study at ANCB? No! We provide all the training you require. Most

of our students come from backgrounds entirely removed from beauty therapy. Will I wear a uniform at ANCB? Yes, this is to help prepare you for the high standards held in the top beauty therapy environments around the world. What kind of treatments will I perform at the student clinic? Depending on the course you choose, you will be required to perform treatments such as facials, manicures, pedicure, body wraps, IPL treatments, spa treatments and basic massage. What facilities do you have for beauty students? ANCB’s glamorous state-of-the-art facilities were designed to operate in the same manner as found in the world’s most exclusive resorts and spas. Our spa training facilities are unique for the spa industry in Australia, a day spa within a classroom. The spa training room is outfitted with the latest equipment, premium fittings, Italian floor and wall tiles and is enclosed in floor to ceiling glass. By gaining expertise in the use of various spa treatments, ANCB’s graduates have a leading edge in practical spa skills which will open doors in both the spa and body therapy industries. How will my course progress be assessed? Courses are assessed through a range of methods – from written assignments to practical demonstration. You will be assessed against each unit of competency within your course. Typically, you will have between two and four assessments for each unit of competence. Demonstrating competency in completing key tasks and activities is a key element of your course.

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Why should I choose ANCB? Our cutting edge training, quality facilities and internationally recognised diplomas will provide you with the expertise and experience that will help you stand out.


How to Apply A Step-By-Step Guide

HOW DO I APPLY? 1. Submit your documents to your Agent or to our Admissions Department: • Enrolment Form • Photocopy of your passport • Authenticated* academic records (higher school certificate or higher level qualifications) • Proof of English language ability. Please see page 126 for details. • Any additional documentation to support your application (e.g. your resume, references and/or Course Credit Application form) • Any additional documents required for your course (e.g. portfolios for Design related courses) *Authenticated documents must be either original documents or copies of original documents that have been notarised by a Justice of the Peace (or equivalent) or verified as being true and correct copy of the original document by an approved Representative. 2. Successful applicants will be issued a Letter of Offer, Written Agreement and Tax Invoice. 3. Sign the Acceptance of Offer and Written Agreement and return to your Agent or our Admissions Department. 4. The Australian Department of Immigration and Citizenship considers each student visa application on their individual merits. Speak with your Agent or our admissions team to see if you need to start your visa application before or after paying a deposit for your course. You can also find information online at www.immi.gov.au/students/. 5. Pay the deposit written on your tax invoice. 6. The College will secure your place in the course and issue an Electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCOE).

WHERE DO I SEND MY COMPLETED DOCUMENTS? Please send your completed documents to: Think Education Group College Admissions Team PO Box 728 North Sydney NSW 2059 Australia Fax: 61 2 9957 1811 Email: international@think.edu.au QUALITY AND AUSTRALIAN REGULATIONS Before entering a contract with us, you should read about the ESOS framework. A simple explanation of the framework is the Easy Guide to ESOS available online at: www.aei.gov.au/ AEI/ESOS/EasyGuide_ESOS.htm. We also have links to videos, checklists and information in other languages available at www.think.edu.au/ about-think/think-quality/esos-framework-foroverseas-students. The Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations regulates the education and training sector’s involvement with international students studying in Australia on student visas. It does this through the Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) legislative framework. This protects Australia’s reputation for delivering quality education services and the interests of international students, by setting minimum standards and providing tuition and financial assurance. The legislation mandates a nationally-consistent approach to registering education providers so that the quality of the tuition, and care of students, remains high. The professionalism and integrity of the industry is further strengthened by the ESOS legislation’s interface with immigration law. This imposes visa related reporting requirements on both students and providers.

7. Submit your student visa application to your nearest Australian Embassy, Mission or Consulate (see http://www.immi.gov.au/ contacts/offices.htm).

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Depending on your accommodation preferences, you may want to arrive earlier. For students planning to rent an apartment or house on their own or with others wesuggest you arrive at least 2 months in advance. SCHOOL-AGED DEPENDENTS If you have a school-aged dependent you will be required to pay full fees if enrolled in either a government or non-government school. INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS UNDER 18 GUARDIANSHIP AND WELFARE International students under 18 years’ old studying in Australia must live with a homestay, parent or relative. Please see page 18 for more information. WORKING IN AUSTRALIA As an international student, you will need to refer to your visa requirements for information on working conditions and eligibility. ENGLISH LANGUAGE Please see individual course pages for English language requirements or page 19 for information on our English language direct entry programs. RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING OR CREDIT TRANSFER Recognition of related academic achievements and informal learning for course credits are available. Certified testamurs and transcripts are required from recognised institutions. Contact your Course and Careers Advisor or Agent for an application form and details on the process.

OUR POLICIES Think: policies and procedures We publish many of our policies and procedures online at www.think.edu.au/policiesandforms. This includes policies on refunds, deferrals, withdrawals, suspension and expulsion, grievances and other policies. We encourage you to become familiar with these and contact us with any questions. Refund policy and procedure You may decide to change, defer, or withdraw your enrolment in a course or in individual units of study at any time. Students seeking a refund apply to Think: Student Services, including a completed Change/Defer/Withdraw form and any supporting documents. Your application will be reviewed and you may be interviewed before your application is approved, rejected, or a payment is processed. Full or partial refunds are granted based on your status (domestic or overseas), your payment plan, the timing of the request, and other criteria, according to the guidelines outlined in the current Refund Policy and Procedure. If approved, we cancel your enrolment and refund tuition fees in accordance with this policy. If you transfer to another course offered by a Think: Education Group College or partner institution you may have the refund transferred to the new course, after your written authorisation is received. All other refund payments will be issued to the person or organisation that initially paid the fees. Any fees received from education agents will be returned directly to the student. If the student refund application is rejected you may appeal the decision within 20 working days after notification. (Refer to appeal section under the Non Academic Grievance Policy and Procedure). Where the College needs to cancel a course, each student affected will be notified in writing and may decide to transfer to another course or receive a refund. See the current Refund Policy and Procedure at: www.think.edu.au/policiesandforms

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PREPARING FOR ARRIVAL IN AUSTRALIA Once you have received your Student Visa, you can prepare for your arrival in Australia. You are expected to arrive in time for Enrolment and Orientation, which occurs the week prior to the commencement of classes.


International Entry Requirements Vocational and Higher Education programs The following tables have been developed to assist you in comparing your educational qualifications with Think: admissions requirements for entry into your chosen course. For countries not listed or year 10 requirements please consult our Course and Career Advisors or your education agent. Where courses require year 11 or 12 for entry, the following table provides a guideline for comparable qualifications. COUNTRY

HIGHER EDUCATION

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION (YEAR 12)

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION (YEAR 11)

All/Australia

Completion of Australian High School, or International Baccalaureate with aggregate mark of 25 or above, or equivalent or be 21 years of age or over with evidence of work experience or further study and IELTS 6.0 (academic) with no band under 5.5 if English is not your first language. Some courses may require higher IELTS and/or have other requirements, see course pages for

Completion of Australian Senior High School Certificate, or International Baccalaureate or equivalent; OR mature age entry with relevant work experience and IELTS 5.5 (academic) with no band under 5.0 if English is not your first language. Some courses may require higher IELTS and/or have other requirements, see course pages for specific details.

Completion of Australian Senior High School Year 11 or equivalent; OR mature age entry with relevant work experience and IELTS 5.5 (academic) with no band under 5.0 if English is not your first language. Some courses may require higher IELTS and/or have other requirements, see course pages for specific details.

specific details. New Zealand

Successful completion of NCEA Level 3

Successful completion of NCEA Level 3

Successful completion of NCEA Level 2

China, People's Republic of

Successful completion of Senior Middle 3 (Senior Secondary School) with a minimum GPA of 70%

Successful completion of Senior Middle 3 (Senior Secondary School Certificate of Graduation)

Successful completion of Senior Middle 3 (Senior Secondary School Certificate of Graduation)

Hong Kong

Successful completion of Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) with minimum level 3 in all 4 core subjects plus 2 electives; or Hong Kong Advanced Level Examination (HKALE minimum 2 A level passes (Grade E or above) and 3 Hong Kong Certificate of Education Examination (HKCEE) passes (Grade E or above).

Successful completion of Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) or Hong Kong Advanced Level Examination (HKALE)

Successful completion of Senior Secondary School Year 2 or Hong Kong Certificate of Education Examination (HKCEE)

Japan

Upper Secondary School Certificate of Graduation (Kotogakko Sotsugyo Shosho) with a minimum GPA of 2.8 or successful completion of a 3 year program at upper secondary level at a special training school

Upper Secondary School Certificate of Graduation (Kotogakko Sotsugyo Shosho) or successful completion of a 3 year of a program at upper secondary level at a special training school

Upper Secondary School successful completion of 2 years (Kotogakko Sotsugyo Shosho) or successful completion of a 2nd year of a program at upper secondary level at a special training school

Korea, Republic of

General Senior High School Certificate with B grade 80% average or above

General Senior High School Certificate of Vocational Senior High School Certificate

General Senior High School Certificate of Vocational Senior High School Certificate

Macau

Successful completion of Year 12 or Form 6 with 70% GPA

Successful completion of Year 12 or Form 6

Successful completion of Senior 2 or GCE O Levels

Indonesia

Successful completion of (SKHUN/STK), successful completion of SMU 3, with an average grade of 6.75 or higher for 4 subjects

Successful completion of SMU 3

Successful completion of SMU 3

Malaysia

Sijil Tinggi Peljaran Malaysia (STPM) 2 passes at minimum D grade

Sijil Tinggi Peljaran Malaysia (STPM)

Successful completion of Sijil Peljaran Malaysia (SPM

Singapore

Successful completion of 2 GCE A levels H2 subjects passes of aggregate of at least 4 points and above

Successful completion of 2 GCE A levels H2 subjects

Successful Completion of GCE O Levels, an aggregate of 20 points and below for 5 GCE O levels passes. English Language and best four principal subjects.

Philippines

Second year college or Foundation

Second year college or Foundation

First year College

Taiwan

Senior High School Diploma or Senior Vocational School Diploma with 70% average

Senior High School Diploma or Senior Vocational School Diploma

Senior High School Diploma or Senior Vocational School Diploma

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COUNTRY

HIGHER EDUCATION

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION (YEAR 12)

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION (YEAR 11)

Thailand

Certificate of Secondary Education with successful completion of matayom 6 with GPA of 2.5 or above

Certificate of Secondary Education with successful completion of matayom 6 with GPA of 2.0 or above; or certificate in Vocational Education (Por Vor Chor)

Certificate of Secondary Education with successful completion of matayom 6 or certificate in Vocational Education

Vietnam

Successful completion of year 12 with GPA 6.0+

Successful completion of Year 12

Successful completion of Year 11

Bangladesh

Higher Secondary Certificate

Higher Secondary Certificate

Higher Secondary Certificate

India

Year 12 Certificate 2nd Division pass or better; OR Successful completion of Year 10 Certificate plus an approved Diploma course

Year 12 Certificate 2nd Division pass or better; OR Successful completion of Year 10 Certificate plus an approved Diploma course

Year 12 Certificate 2nd Division pass or better; OR Successful completion of Year 10 Certificate plus an approved Diploma course

Nepal

Higher Secondary Education Board Examination (HSEB) with 2nd division pass or better

Higher Secondary Education Board Examination (HSEB)

Higher Secondary Education Board Examination (HSEB)

Pakistan

Successful completion of Higher Secondary School Certificate

Successful completion of Higher Secondary School Certificate

Successful completion of Higher Secondary School Certificate

Brazil

Certificado de Ensino Medio with an average of 8.0 in 4 subjects

Certificado de Ensino Medio with an average of 7.0 in 4 subjects or successful completion of Diploma de Tecnico de Nivel Medio

Certificado de Ensino Medio with an average of 6.0 in 4 subjects or Diploma de Tecnico de Nivel Medio

Chile

Licencia de Educación Media or Licencia de Enseñanza Media, average grade of 5.7 minimum

Licencia de Educación Media or Licencia de Enseñanza Media, average grade of 5.6 minimum

Licencia de Educación Media or Licencia de Enseñanza Media, average grade of 5.5 minimum

Columbia

Bachillerato, average of 70% minimum

Bachillerato, average of 65% minimum

Bachillerato, average of 60% minimum

Mexico

Backillerato / Bachillerato Técnico / Professional Técnico Bachillerato, average of 8 or better for academic subjects

Backillerato / Bachillerato Técnico / Professional Técnico Bachillerato, average of 8 or better for academic subjects

Backillerato / Bachillerato Técnico / Professional Técnico Bachillerato, average of 8 or better for academic subjects

Peru

Certificado de Educacion Secundaria Comun Completa, average grade 16 or above

Certificado de Educacion Secundaria Comun Completa, average grade 13 or above

Certificado de Educacion Secundaria Comun Completa, average grade 12 or above

USA

Successful completion of high school with GPA of 2.0 or above on a 4.0 scale

Successful completion of high school

Successful completion of high school

France

Successful completion of the Baccalaureat Générale, Baccalaureat Technologique, Baccalaureat de L’Enseignement du Second Degré, Diplome de Bachelier de L’Enseignement du Second Degré

Successful completion of the Baccalaureat Générale, Baccalaureat Technologique, Baccalaureat de L’Enseignement du Second Degré, Diplome de Bachelier de L’Enseignement du Second Degré, or Baccalaureat de Technicien

Successful completion of the Baccalaureat Générale, Baccalaureat Technologique, Baccalaureat de L’Enseignement du Second Degré, Diplome de Bachelier de L’Enseignement du Second Degré, or Baccalaureat de Technicien

Germany

Successful completion of the Abitur, Zeugnis der Allgemeine Hochschulreife, or Fachhochschulreife

Successful completion of the Abitur, Zeugnis der Allgemeine Hochschulreife, or Fachhochschulreife

Successful completion of the Abitur, Zeugnis der Allgemeine Hochschulreife, Fachhochschulreife, or Mittlerer Schulabschluss

Sweden

Successful completion of the Slutbetyg fran Gymnasieskola with a minimum of grade 3 in at least 3 subjects including English or Intyg for Behorighet till Hogskolestudier

Successful completion of the Slutbetyg fran Gymnasieskola with a minimum of grade 3 in English or Intyg for Behorighet till Hogskolestudier

Successful completion of the Slutbetyg fran Gymnasieskola with a minimum of grade 3 in English or Intyg for Behorighet till Hogskolestudier

UK

GCE with 3 advanced level passes and 3 passes in other subjects including passing grade in English, or Cambridge Pre-U Diploma with 3 principal subjects and completion of an independent research report, or Scottish Qualifications Certificate with 3 or 4 higher passes

GCE with 3 advanced level passes and 3 passes in other subjects including passing grade in English, or Cambridge Pre-U Diploma with 3 principal subjects and completion of an independent research report, or Scottish Qualifications Certificate

Successful completion of GCSE / Vocational GCSE

TOEFL

IELTS 5.0 (with no sub-score below 4.5)

IELTS 5.5 (with no sub-score below 5.0)

IELTS 6.5 (with no sub-score below 6.0)

Paper Computer Internet Based (iBT)

500, 173, 61

525, 195, 69

575, 231, 88

GCE ‘O’ Level English

N/A

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Think: Colleges

Think: Education Group is distinguished by its commitment to providing innovative, industry relevant degree and vocational courses at the highest levels. This not only provides students with a guarantee of quality but also a unique learning experience that sets them apart from other college and university graduates. APM College of Business and Communication, Australian National College of Beauty, Australasian College of Natural Therapies, Billy Blue College of Design, CATC Design School, and William Blue College of Hospitality Management are trading names of Think: Colleges Pty Ltd, a private Higher Education Institution accredited by the New South Wales Department of Education and Training (DET) and a registered training organisation with national qualifications and courses accredited by the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) . Currently Think: Colleges delivers Higher Education courses in Queensland through mutual recognition by DET and delivers in Victoria through mutual recognition by VRQA. The DET is the only accreditation authority in the State of New South Wales listed on the Australian Qualifications Framework Register, authorised via the New South Wales Higher Education Act (2001) to accredit private providers of higher education. AQSA is the only national accreditation authority for the State of New South Wales authorised via the National Vocational Education and Training Act (2011) and related legislation to accredit private providers of vocational education and training. Qualifications for overseas students are awarded by Think: Colleges Pty Ltd (RTO No 0269, CRICOS Provider Code NSW 00246M, QLD 03107J, VIC 03252M). All degrees, diplomas and advanced diplomas and some certificates issued by the College are recognised within the Australian Qualifications Framework. Currently the College is subject to periodic audits by the Australian Universities Quality Agency and AQSA. Workshops, seminars, and short courses offered by the College are not recognised within the Australian Qualifications Framework and they are not accredited by DET or VETAB. These are developed by the College in consultation with industry in order to meet industry needs. From the 1st of January 2012 accreditation and audits for all Higher Education courses will be transferred to the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA), the new national regulator for Higher Education. This change will not have any direct impact on courses at Think: Colleges Pty Ltd or on enrolled students.

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APPLICATION/ENROLMENT FORM 2012/13 OVERSEAS STUDENTS

1. Personal details Title:

Mr

Ms

Miss

Other

Gender:

Family name:

Male

Female

Given names:

Date of birth (DD/MM/YYYY):

Country of citizenship:

Passport number:

Country of birth:

Are you an Australian Permanent Resident:

Yes

How well do you speak English?

Very Well

Year of arrival in Australia (if country of birth not Australia): No

Main language spoken at home: Well

Not Well

Not at all

Where will you be applying for your visa? (embassy or consulate):

2. Contact details*(Compulsory) Permanent overseas address: City:

State:

Postcode:

Country:

Overseas Phone:

Australian address (if applicable): City:

State:

Postcode:

Telephone:

Mobile:

Fax:

Name:

Relationship:

Email (please print clearly): Who can we contact in case of an emergency? Emergency contact details:

3. Education What is your highest completed school level?

Name of secondary school:

Year of completion:

Are you still attending secondary school?

Did you complete year 12 secondary school in Australia:

Yes

No

ATAR/UAI/OP score:

What is your highest educational attainment (complete or incomplete): Year:

Name of institution:

Do you wish to apply for Course Credit (based on previous academic study or informal learning)?

No

Yes

Please include your Course Credit Application form along with supporting documents. Forms are available at www.think.edu.au/policiesandforms.

4. Course selection Which campus would you like to enrol at?*

Melbourne

Brisbane

Gold Coast

Sydney (The Rocks, Surry Hills, North Sydney)

What is the name of the course you would like to study? Please list the CRICOS Course Code:

When would you like to commence?

Main reason for undertaking this course Course fees, dates, delivery options and course codes, including NTIS codes for vocational courses can be found on the Schedule of Fees and Dates form. * Not all courses available at all campuses. Please refer to the appropriate prospectus for details.


5. Employment Current employment status Full-time employee

Part-time employee

Self employed

Employer

Employed - unpaid worker in a family business

Unemployed seeking full-time work

Unemployed seeking part-time work

Not employed and not seeking employment

6. Special conditions Do you have any pre-existing learning difficulties, disabilities or other conditions, which may inhibit your learning or ability to undertake study in your chosen course? No

Yes

If yes, then please indicate the areas (may indicate more than one) Acquired Brain Impairment

Vision

Medical Condition

Hearing/Deaf

Physical

Intellectual

Learning

Mental Illness

Other:

7. Declaration In signing the Think: Colleges application form, I declare that: • The information provided by me in this application form is correct. • I have the financial capacity to meet all my course fees and agree to pay all fees as they become due. • I can view the full, current Policies and Procedures online at www.think.edu.au/policiesandforms including the Refund Policy and Procedure, Student Privacy Policy and Procedure, Deferral Policy and Procedure, Suspension and Expulsion Policy and Procedure and the Terms and Conditions of Enrolment. I can contact my Course & Career Advisor or Agent if I would like a paper copy sent to me. • I will inform the College within  days if my contact details change (including mail, email and/or phone). • If I instruct an agent to complete this application form on my behalf, I do so on the basis that the agent is acting for me and it remains my responsibility to read the terms and conditions of enrolment. • I authorise the College to verify the authenticity of my academic/professional qualifications and my work experience and I understand the College may inform other organisations or regulatory agencies if any of the information in my application is not accurate. Applicant signature (signature of parent/guardian required for applicants under 18 years): Name:

Signature:

Date (DD/MM/YYYY):

8. Acceptance and enrolment Once we receive your application form and supporting documents, you may be asked to undertake an interview. Successful applicants will be issued a Letter of Offer, Written Agreement and Tax Invoice. Your signed Written Agreement is required and payment of a deposit to secure your place in the course and issue of an Electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCOE). Some applicants may be issued a Conditional Letter of Offer if some entry requirements have not yet been met. Applicants with a Conditional Letter of Offer must meet the conditions of the offer before they can finalise their enrolment and enrol in specific units of study. Admissions and enrolment policies and procedures are available at www.think.edu.au/policiesandforms.

9. Fee schedule Tuition and other fees are available on the current Schedule of Fees and Dates. Please contact a Course and Careers Advisor for more information.

9. Where to from here Please complete sections 1 to 7, sign and send it to us along with the following documents in English. Documents in a language other than English should be submitted along with translation from a certified translator. Authenticated* transcripts of relevant academic records (higher school certificate or higher level qualifications) Proof of English language ability (see prospectus for requirements) Any additional documentation to support your application (e.g. your resume**, references and Course Credit Application form) Portfolio of creative work if applicable for design courses (6-10 pieces of original creative work if unable to attend an interview). *Authenticated documents must be: 1) Original documents (i.e. testamur and transcript of results) provided by the candidate to an authorised Think: Colleges representative 2) Copies of the original documents (i.e. testamur and transcript of results) provided by the candidate which have been either: • Notarised by a Justice of the Peace or equivalent authority in the country of origin; • Verifi ed as a true and correct copy of the original documents by an approved Th ink: Colleges representative. **All claimed work experience must be relevant to the qualification being applied for and be within 3 years from date of application. Mature age candidates must provide Statements of Service on official company letterhead providing contact details of the employer. Past employers will be contacted to verify work experience on a case by case basis.

Apply now Send your application to: Admissions Office Think: Education Group PO Box 728 North Sydney, NSW Australia 2059

Fax: +61 2 9957 1811 Email: admissions@think.edu.au

Think: Education Group operates through the following legal entities: Think: Colleges Pty Ltd ABN 93 050 049 299, RTO No 0269, HEP No NSW5028, CRICOS Provider Code: NSW 00246M, QLD 03107J, VIC 03252M. Updated 1st June, 2011.


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Phone: +61 2 9955 1122 Fax: +61 2 9957 1811 Email: international@think.edu.au Web: www.billyblue.edu.au www.catc.edu.au www.williamblue.edua.u www.apm.edu.au www.acnt.edu.au www.ancb.edu.au Think: Education Group operates through the following legal entity: Think: Colleges Pty Ltd, ABN 93 050 049 299, RTO No. 0269, HEP No. NSW5028, CRICOS Provider Code NSW 00246M, QLD 03107J, VIC 03252M Information provided in this brochure is current at the date of publication, and may be subject to change. Date of Print: October 2011

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