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WHY STUDY AT SARINA RUSSO INSTITUTE? ABOUT SARINA RUSSO INSTITUTE For 34 years, Sarina Russo Institute has led the way in launching and enhancing the careers of thousands of individuals around the globe. As a leader in the provision of courses in English Language, Vocational skills and University Pathways to Australian and International students, our students have been successful in gaining the skills and experience required to further their study at University or to gain that all important career outcome. Our purpose is to ensure you gain the skills you need for the workplace of today and the future. Our close links with employers is the result of many years of close consultation and engagement with industry. We understand the workplace because on a daily basis we are supporting the recruitment and training requirements of employers. Our students include current high school students, first time job seekers, career changers and up-skillers . What they all have in common is a desire to better themselves though a positive learning experience. Our professional staff are constantly reviewing our product and services to ensure they meet the needs of our students. Whether a classroom based experience, on the job training or an online solution is required we can provide the best program at the right time. At the heart of our business is a belief that learning and up skilling must be linked to an outcome. Our work does not finish with the issuing of a qualification. We also support our students with work experience, job placement or university acceptance if that is their goal. Employers know and trust Sarina Russo Institute. We work with companies from around Australia to support their recruitment and training needs. We have become an essential partner for businesses driving peak performance and productivity through the development of the right people in the right jobs with the right skills.
REASONS TO CHOOSE SARINA RUSSO INSTITUTE •
athway to University with up to 1 year credit P On successful completion of a Double Diploma: Diploma of Management and Diploma of Business (with Cert IV in Business), students will gain up to 1 year credit at James Cook University Brisbane and other key universities. E mployment & Careers Service Free assistance with: interview opportunities, interview preparation, individual resume assistance, access to job search resources, “Job Ready” workshops, job vacancy searching, advice on career planning and more. S ingle Visa Application for Entire Study Programs Sarina Russo Institute can provide you with a packaged offer for all programs, including English Language, Certificate, Diploma and related undergraduate and postgraduate studies.
ighly Qualified and Experienced Teachers and Trainers H Sarina Russo Institute teaching staff are well qualified and have extensive up to date industry experience. This enables the teaching staff to bring real life examples into the classroom to provide a relevant, engaging experience.
I ndustry Designed Professionally Recognised Programs Programs are designed for students to enter into industry with current industry knowledge.
n Campus Facilities include: O Computer access with free internet, e-library, student recreation rooms with drinks/snacks/microwaves/refrigerator facilities, library and more.
Quality Programs All accredited courses are registered and we offer a variety of accredited and non-accredited training programs. Registering and accredited bodies include:
VET IN SCHOOLS AT SARINA RUSSO INSTITUTE Vocational Education and Training (VET) in Schools is a learning option for school students in the senior phase of their high school education. The VET in Schools programs at Sarina Russo Institute are designed to deliver skills and knowledge in specific industries with a practical and dynamic approach where students can benefit from this learning experience. Some of the benefits for students participating in the VET in schools program at Sarina Russo Institute include: • Provide credit points towards QCE and VET Diplomas/Advanced Diplomas, leading to a degree • Assist student’s transitions from high school to vocational and higher education • Develop employability skills to enhance employment opportunities • Improve interpersonal skills in an adult learning environment VET in Schools at Sarina Russo Institute provides students in years 10, 11 and 12 with the opportunity to gain a nationally recognised VET qualification and units of competency while completing their senior secondary school education. *Credit may vary depending upon programs undertaken and College/University articulations.
The information in this brochure is correct at the time of publication (February 2013), however Sarina Russo Schools | Australia ABN 390 101 29325 (trading as Sarina Russo Institute) constantly looks to upgrade and develop courses, course content and course materials. Sarina Russo Institute reserves the right to change details at any time, this includes course schedules and fees. Please refer to the Sarina Russo Institute website for the most up-to-date information: www.sri.edu.au. Registered Provider Name: Sarina Russo Schools | Australia trading as Sarina Russo Institute.
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STUDY OPTIONS CERTIFICATE COURSES ONLINE / ON CAMPUS / AT YOUR SCHOOL BUSINESS Certificate I in Business
BSB10107 - This qualification allows individuals to develop basic skills and knowledge to prepare for work. They may undertake a range of simple tasks under close supervision. The range of technical skills and knowledge is limited.
Certificate II in Business
BSB20107 - This qualification reflects the role of individuals who perform a range of mainly routine tasks using limited practical skills and fundamental operational knowledge in a defined context, working under direct supervision.
Certificate III in Business
BSB30110 - Upon successful completion of this qualification, individuals will be able to apply a broad range of competencies in a varied work context using some discretion, judgment and relevant theoretical knowledge. They may also provide technical advice and support to a team.
Certificate IV in Business
BSB40207 - This qualification reflects the role of individuals who use well-developed skills and a broad knowledge base in a wide variety of contexts. They apply solutions to a defined range of unpredictable problems, and analyse and evaluate information from a variety of sources. They may provide leadership and guidance to others with some limited responsibility for the output of others
Certificate III in Business Administration
BSB30407 - This qualification reflects the role of individuals who apply a broad range of administrative competencies in varied work contexts, using some discretion and judgment. They may provide technical advice and support to a team.
Certificate IV in Business Sales
BSB40610 - This qualification reflects the role of individuals who aspire to be leaders or supervisors within a business environment. This qualification will allow students to apply solutions to a defined range of unpredictable problems, and analyse and evaluate information from a variety of sources. They may provide leadership and guidance to others and have limited responsibility for the output of others, however they typically report to a more senior business sales practitioner.
FINANCIAL SERVICES Certificate II in Financial Services
FNS20111 - This qualification is intended to meet the financial literacy and basic financial skill needs for new entrants wishing to build potential pathways into the industry.
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STUDY OPTIONS CERTIFICATE COURSES ONLINE / ON CAMPUS / AT YOUR SCHOOL RETAIL Certificate II in Retail
SIR20207 - This qualification provides the skill and knowledge for an individual to be competent in a range of activities and functions requiring basic retail operational knowledge and limited practical skills in a defined context. Work would be undertaken in various retail store settings, such as specialty stores, supermarkets, department stores and retail fast food outlets.
Certificate III in Retail
SIR30207 - This qualification provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to be competent in retail operations and/or supervision with the need to apply discretion and judgement. Work would be undertaken in various retail store settings, such as specialty stores, supermarkets, department stores and retail fast food outlets.
HOSPITALITY Certificate II in Hospitality
SIT20207 - This qualification provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to be competent in a range of activities and functions requiring basic operational knowledge and limited practical skills in a defined context. Work would be undertaken in various hospitality settings, such as restaurants, hotels, motels, catering operations, clubs, pubs, cafes and coffee shops.
Certificate II in Hospitality (Kitchen Operations)
SIT20307 - This qualification provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to be competent in a range of kitchen functions and activities that require the application of a limited range of practical skills in a defined context. Work would be undertaken in various hospitality enterprises where food is prepared and served, inc. restaurants, hotels, coffee shops etc. (School delivery only)
Certificate III in Hospitality
SIT30707 - This qualification provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to be competent in skilled operations with the need to apply discretion and judgement. Work would be undertaken in various hospitality settings, such as restaurants, hotels, motels, clubs, pubs, cafes and coffee shops. Individuals may have some responsibility for others and provide technical advice and support to a team.
WAREHOUSING Certificate II in Warehousing Operations
TLI21610 - This qualification is designed for new entrants interested in gaining skills associated with the warehousing and transport & logistics industry.
Certificate III in Warehousing Operations
TLI31610 - This is a general qualification for individuals entering the Warehousing and Storage Industry. This qualification provides the participant with the knowledge and skills to perform a defined range of skilled operations, usually within a range of broader related activities involving known routines, methods and procedures, where some discretion and judgement is required in the selection of equipment, services or contingency measures and within known time constraints.
Certificate II in Tourism
SIT20107 - This qualification provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to be competent in a defined range of basic tourism technical skills. Work would be undertaken in an office environment where the planning of tourism products and services takes place, in the field where tourism products are delivered or a combination of both. The field includes any destination, local or regional area, tourist precinct, site, attraction or onboard form of transportation.
Certificate III in Tourism
SIT30107 - This qualification provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to be competent in a range of well-developed tourism sales, operational and tour delivery skills. Work would be undertaken in an office environment where the planning of tourism products and services takes place, in the field where tourism products are delivered or a combination of both. The field includes any destination, local or regional area, tourist precinct, site, attraction or onboard form of transportation.
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SCHOOL BASED TRAINEESHIPS TRAINEESHIP OPTIONS School-based apprenticeships and traineeships (SATs) allow high school students to work for an employer one day per week and train towards a recognised qualification, while completing their secondary schooling and studying for their Queensland Certificate of Education and/or Overall Position (OP) score. A School Based Traineeship will: • Allow students to obtain a pathway from school to work • Assist students to achieve valuable work skills and experience to kick start their career whilst still at school • Earn an income while they learn • Complete a nationally recognised qualification
School Based Traineeship are available through Sarina Russo Institute in the following industries: • Hospitality • Retail • Business • Warehousing • Tourism
SCHOOL BASED TRAINEESHIPS • Cert II in Business
• Cert II in Retail
• Cert II in Hospitality (Kitchen Operations)
• Cert III in Business
• Cert III in Retail
• Cert III in Hospitality
• Cert III Business Administration
• Cert II in Hospitality
• Cert III Warehousing Operations
ADDITIONAL TRAINING SHORT COURSES ON CAMPUS / AT YOUR SCHOOL (Subject to facilities) HOSPITALITY Introduction to Hospitality & Coffee Skills
This course covers the fundamental skills required for a person to work in a food preparation environment or hospitality setting. It focuses on the areas of hygiene and non-alcoholic beverages, including the preparation and service of espresso coffees. • Develop and update hospitality industry knowledge SITHIND001B • Follow work place hygiene procedures SITXOHS002A • Prepare and serve espresso coffee SITHFAB012B
This course includes: • Provide Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) SITHFAB009A • Provide Responsible Gambling Services (RGS) SITHGAM006A • Bar Operations
OTHER COURSES ON OFFER INCLUDE Provide Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA)
SITHFAB009A - This course covers the legal requirements for a person to work in an enviornment where alcohol is served. It focuses on the areas of identifying intoxicated customers, customer service with attention to refusal of service to patrons, compliance with legal issues and assisting customers to drink sensibly.
Provide Responsible Gambling Service (RGS)
SITHGAM006A - This course covers the legal requirements for a person to work in a gaming room. It focuses on the areas of identifying problem gamblers, customer service with attention to exclusion of patrons, compliance with legal issues and assisting customers to undertake gaming sensibly. This is an industry requirement for working in gaming venues.
COMPUTER PROGRAMS ONLINE / ON CAMPUS / AT YOUR SCHOOL Computer Skills (140 hrs - 6 months duration)
This program includes: • Computer Basics - BSBITU101A • Keyboarding - BSBITU102A • Microsoft Word (Intro/Intermediate) - BSBITU201A • Microsoft Word (Advanced) - BSBITU303A • Microsoft Excel (Intro/Intermediate/Advanced) - BSBITU304A • Microsoft Access (Intro/Intermediate) - BSBITU301A • Microsoft Powerpoint - BSBITU302B
INDIVIDUAL COMPUTER SHORT COURSES • Keyboarding - BSBITU102A • Speed & Accuracy - BSBITU307A • Typing Test*
• Computer Basics - BSBITU101A • Microsoft Word - BSBITU201A • Microsoft Excel - BSBITU304A
• Microsoft Access - BSBITU301A • Microsoft Powerpoint - BSBITU302B
SCHOOL HOLIDAY PROGRAMS Are your students looking to earn $ in the school holidays or in their spare time?
Sarina Russo Institute offers short practical courses than can make students Job Ready! These include: • Cafe Operations • Retail Operations
• Kitchen Hand Programs • Food Safety Supervisor
• Interview Techniques • Resume Building
*This is a non-accredited program providing a statement showing current Speed & Accuracy results which meets Australian Standards.
NVR RTO 0427 CRICOS POVIDER CODE: 00607B
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ADDITIONAL TRAINING SHORT COURSES ON CAMPUS
FINANCE PROGRAMS MYOB (24 hrs)
Setup and operate a computerised accounting system - FNSACC406A A practical activity in using an electronic bookeeping program in the maintenance of daily accounting.
(Tourism Computerised Reservation System)
Control Reservations or Operations using a Computerised system - SITTTSL010B This course covers the fundamental basics of operating the Computer Reservations System – Galileo. It is highly recommended for anyone looking to progress to Airline Reservations.
(Hospitality Computerised Reservation System)
Control Reservations or Operations using a Computerised system - SITTTSL010B Opera is the central reservation and management computer system used by international hotels throughout the world. This training program will give you a true understanding of the hotel reservation system and booking operations.
ON CAMPUS / AT YOUR SCHOOL
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Reception Telephone Techniques* (8 hrs)
This one day course covers the skills for a person to work in a Reception area. It focuses on the areas of customer service, communication, telephone techniques and time management.
ON CAMPUS / AT YOUR SCHOOL
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Work Safely In The Construction Industry - CPCCOHS1001A This unit of competency specifies the outcomes required to undertake Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) induction training within the construction industry.
STUDENT WORKSHOPS Why not run a Professional Development Day for your students. We have a dynamic team that can focus on Employability Skills and maximising student's success. Topics include: • Business Etiquette • Time Management • Customer Service
• Presentation Skills and Dress for Success • Business Writing • and more
Sarina Russo Institute can tailor programs to suit your school and student's needs. Whether we deliver on campus or at your school, the focus is on personal growth and success. Contact us today for further information regarding any of our programs.
*This is a non-accredited course. On successful completion of non-accredited courses, participant will receive a Statement of Participation. All courses are subject to minimum numbers.
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GUEST LECTURE PROGRAM & CAREER EVENT BOOKING SHEET 2013 Sarina Russo Institute is pleased to be enthusiastically involved in your schools career and employment education for 2013. If you would like a representative to come to you, free of charge and speak to your students directly, or to let us know about your Annual Career Event, please complete your details below and either email or fax this form back to Sarina Russo Institute at your earliest convenience.
LECTURE TOPICS: o Courses and career options
o Letters of Application, Resume Preparation and Interview Techniques o Personal Presentation
YOUR DETAILS School: Contact:
No. of Students:
Lecture Topic: Date:
Our School has planned a careers event this year, here are the details:
Should you have any queries or alternative topics you would like us to cover, please do not hesitate to contact:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 1800 078 776
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UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS Sarina Russo Institute students can choose from a wide range of direct entry pathways leading into Australian universities, upon successful completion of their studies.
SARINA RUSSO INSTITUTE PATHWAY PROGRAMS
UNIVERSITY UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM
CERTIFICATE II YEAR 10 or equivalent CERTIFICATE III YEAR 11 or equivalent CERTIFICATE IV YEAR 12 or equivalent
SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2
SEMESTER 3 SEMESTER 4 SEMESTER 5
CRICOS Provider Code : 00117J
CRICOS Provider Code : 00219C
CRICOS Provider Code : 00017B
CRICOS Provider Code : 03135E
CRICOS Provider Code : 00233E
Certain pathway programs may not gain direct entry into second year university Bachelor Programs. Credits may apply to second or third year subjects and are subject to university scheduling. Fast track mode is available at some universities.
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Sarina Russo Institute Conditions of Enrolment (Domestic Students) Fees 1. All fees are payable to Sarina Russo Institute (SRI) at time of enrolment or as per agreed payment plan 2. Accredited training is GST exempt 3. Fees are correct at time of publishing and may vary at any time without prior notice. 4. Students’ total fees include course materials, which may incur GST. 5. Failure to pay fees may result in the student’s enrolment being cancelled
Deferral, Suspension or Cancellation 1. If a student wishes to defer their enrolment or take leave of absence until a later date, SRI will hold the fees paid for a maximum of 6 months as at the date advised in writing without levying a penalty. If the student subsequently cancels or exceeds this agreed holding period, all fees paid will be automatically surrendered to and become the absolute property of SRI 2. Courses offered by SRI may be subject to student enrolment numbers. 3. Relevant SRI delegate must give approval to proceed with a deferral, suspension or transfer (internal). Refer to Refund Information below. 4. A student may transfer (internal) to another course at SRI and pay any cost difference if the new course is more expensive. 5. SRI will not transfer (internal) fees to another Registered Training Provider, or to another currently enrolled student, unless arranged at time of enrolment. 6. Where a student is referred and sponsored by a Job Search Agency provider or a Disability Employment Service provider, the following applies: • Cancellations will only be accepted in writing. • Cancellations of students must be notified to SRI no less than 2 business days prior to the commencement of a course. • Cancellations of students that are advised less than 2 business days prior to the commencement of a course will incur a service fee of 75% of the course fee. SRI will take reasonable steps to confirm attendance for course commencement with students. Non-attendance for course commencement by a student will be regarded as a cancellation without sufficient notice. *Compassionate or Compelling Circumstances are defined as circumstances that are beyond the control of a student and which have an impact upon the student’s course progress or wellbeing. These could include, but are not limited to: • serious illness or injury, where a medical certificate states that the student was unable to attend classes • bereavement of close family members such as parents or grandparents (where a death certificate should be provided) • major political upheaval or natural disaster, or • a traumatic experience, which has impacted the student (these cases should be supported by police or psychologists’ reports), which could include an involvement in, or witnessing of an accident, or witnessing or being the victim of crime Students will need to provide appropriate evidence supporting their request. 7. SRI reserves the right to suspend or cancel a student’s enrolment at any time due to breach of the Code of Conduct or non-payment of fees. In the event where the suspension or cancellation is initiated by SRI, we will issue an Intention to Suspend or Cancel, and the student has 20 working days in which to access our Grievance and Appeals procedure, unless extenuating circumstances relating to the welfare of the student apply. 8. Refer to refund information below.
Refund Information When an applicant accepts a place offered by virtue of enrolment, Sarina Russo Schools Australia Pty Ltd ABN 390 101 29325, trading as Sarina Russo Institute, a binding Student Written Agreement between the person/s who entered the agreement and SRI comes into effect subject to the conditions below. 1. This agreement is subject to the laws of the Commonwealth of Australia and the State of Queensland. 2. All refund requests, notifications of cancellations, deferrals or suspensions of enrolment must be submitted using the Student Request for Refund form along with any relevant supporting information.. 3. A course commencement date will be taken as the original course commencement date as shown on the student’s first Student Written Agreement. Where a student defers and subsequently cancels, refund eligibility will be based on original student agreement 4. Any approved refund provision will be paid by SRI in the same currency in which the fees were paid, to the person/s who has entered into a Student Written Agreement with SRI unless another person has been nominated as the recipient as per the Refund Request Form 5. Where a person who has entered into a contract with SRI does not start the course or cancels their course at any time, SRI will retain the cancellation amounts indicated below. All other funds held by SRI will be refunded within 28 working days of receipt of a written refund request from the person who has entered into a Student Written Agreement with SRI when a Student Request for Refund form is submitted for consideration. 6. An enrolment fee that has been charged as part of a University Access program is not refundable. 7. No refund is given if a person who has entered into a Student Written Agreement with SRI is expelled by SRI. 8. This agreement in conjunction with the SRI Grievance and Appeals Policy does not remove the right of the student to investigate legal remedies or take action under Australia’s Consumer Laws.
Refunds The below statements do not apply where students have been referred and sponsored by a Job Service Agency or Disability Employment Service provider or if they are a Registered Trainee or Apprentice. STUDENT CANCELLATION PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT - notification of cancellation more than 2 business days prior to commencement date will receive a refund – of the total course cost less 10% as administration fee STUDENT CANCELLATION AFTER COMMENCEMENT DATE – notification less than 2 business days prior to commencement date will receive a partial refund being a maximum of 25% of full course fees paid. OTHER – Including compassionate/compelling circumstance/s (refer point 2) will receive a refund less an administrative fee equal to 10% of the total tuition value of the remaining units of study. Sarina Russo Institute Conditions of Enrolment are available on the website and are provided to students during orientation and on request. For international Students other conditions apply.
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DOMESTIC APPLICATION FORM (Australian Citizens & Permanent Residents) Please print clearly in BLOCK letters
COMPANY / REFERRING AGENT / SCHOOL / REFERRING JSA DETAILS Company Name: Billing Contact: Approving Manager (if applicable): Postal Address:
Email: How well do you speak English?
STUDENT’S PERSONAL DETAILS Mr
STUDENT’S CONTACT DETAILS
Date of Birth:
Country of Birth:
Job Seeker ID (if applicable):
Are you a citizen or permanent resident of Australia?
(MUST be completed if student is under 18yrs)
Name of Parent/Guardian:
Are you of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Origin? Yes, Aboriginal
Yes, Torres Strait Islander
What language do you speak at home?
Not at all
Postcode: Phone (mobile):
How well do you read English? Very Well
Street No/Name: Suburb/Town:
How well do you write English? Very Well
Not at all
Not at all
Delivery Mode*: On Campus Online Another Location
I wish to apply for enrolment in the following program (s): 1.
VET in Schools program
Traineeship / Apprenticeship (must be employed under traineeship / apprenticeship contract)
Individual referred by JSA / Agency / Employer
School-based Traineeship (must be employed under traineeship / apprenticeship contract)
CREDIT TRANSFER | RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING (RPL) Do you wish to apply for a credit transfer or RPL? Yes No (If yes, please attach supporting documents including transcripts of previous study, evidence of work experience etc)
EDUCATION HISTORY Are you still at school?
What is your highest COMPLETED school level?
Year 9 or lower
Year completed: If you have left school have you completed in any tertiary qualifications?
If YES, please indicate:
Cert I Cert II Cert III Cert IV Diploma
If "Yes", school name:
Adv Diploma or Associate Degree Bachelor Degree or Higher
Student LUI Number:
Other (Please specify):
*Please check website for available delivery modes as not all courses have delivery mode options available.
Please visit www.sri.edu.au for full Conditions of Enrolment.
Are you currently employed? Full-time employee Employer
Unemployed - seeking part-time work
I understand that information on this form is collected for enrolment and administrative purposes. Information provided may be made available to Australian Government agencies. The applicable law for this agreement shall be the law of Queensland, Australia. I understand that timetables may vary between morning, afternoon and evening.
Unemployed - seeking full-time work Not employed - not seeking employment Employed - unpaid in family business Self employed – not employing others
I have read and understood the Conditions of Enrolment as stated on the Sarina Russo Insititute website: www.sri.edu.au
CONFIDENTIALITY The Australian Vocational Education and Training Management Information StatisticalHOW Standard (AVETMISS) is a nationally consistent standard for DID YOU FIND OUT ABOUT SARINA RUSSO INSTITUTE? the collection, analysis and reporting of vocational education and Agent (Please specify): For personal interest orDo self-development Overseas To get aStudent job Health Cover (OSHC)? you require us to organize training information throughout Australia. The national data collection Expo Centre School/College Friend/Relative Internet(NCVER). Yes agency is National for Vocational Education Research To gain credit into further study No To train towards a different career AVETMISSreporting to NCVER isrequired from all training organisations. If YES, please indicate: Single Couple Family Newspaper/Magazine Provider Employer Job Service As a requirement of my job To gain extra skills for my job Under national statistical reporting protocol, NCVER will not release any Other (Please specify): SPONSORED STUDENTS ONLY (Please attach sponsorship letter if available) information that identifies or could be used to identify individual clients, or To get a better job or promotion To start my own business training organisations. Name of organisation sponsoring you: TERMS & CONDITIONS OF ENROLMENT To develop my existing business Other reasons: Please AGREEMENT visit www.sri.edu.au for full Terms & Conditions. CREDIT TRANSFER | RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING (RPL)
Of the following, which describes your main reason for undertaking studies at Sarina RussoSTUDENT Institute? (Please select one) OVERSEAS HEALTH COVER
Do you wish to apply for a credit transfer or RPL?
DECLARATION • I have read and understood the Conditions of Enrolment of the Institution
as specified on thethat website. I understand information on this form is collected for enrolment and Do you have any medical,physical disabilities, addictions, Yes restrictions, No administrative purposes. Information provided may be made available impairments or long term conditions? (If yes, please attach supporting documents including transcripts to Australian Government agencies and the Fund Manager of the ESOS • I have attached certified copies of academic qualifications, if applicable. of previous study, evidence of work experience etc) Assurance Fund, pursuant to obligations under the ESOS Act 2000 and If yes, then tick ANY applicable boxes: the National Code (2007). The applicable law for this agreementifshall be • I have provided relevant work experience documentation, applicable.
EDUCATION Physical Intellectual HISTORY Medical Condition
Are you still at school? Yes Hearing Impairment/Deaf Mental Illness
the law of Queensland, Australia. I understand that, if I have indicated
on this form that I to wish to applywith for entry a James Cook • I have read and agree comply the to Conditions ofUniversity Enrolment.
(JCU) program, copies of this form and all supporting documents will be forwarded to JCU for consideration. I understand that timetables may vary between morning, afternoon and evening. SIGNATURE
If "Yes", school name:
Acquired Brain Impairment Vision Learning Student LUI Number (If applicable):
Other (Please provide details):
What is your highest COMPLETED school level?
Year 12 11 Year 10 Year 9 or lower HOW DID YOU FIND OUT ABOUTYear SARINA RUSSO INSTITUTE?
as stated on the website: www.sri.edu.au
CONFIDENTIALITY The Australian Vocational Education and Training Management Expo School/College Friend/Relative Internet If you have left school have you completed any tertiary qualifications? Information Statistical Standard (AVETMISS) is a nationally consistent For students under the age of 18, a parent/guardian signature is standard for the collection, analysis and reporting of vocational education Cert I Cert II required. Newspaper/Magazine Yes Job Service Employer No IfProvider YES, please indicate: and training information throughout Australia. The national data Cert III Cert IV Diploma collection agency is National Centre for Vocational Education Research Agent (Please specify): (NCVER). AVETMISS reporting to NCVER is required from all training Adv Diploma or Associate Degree Bachelor Degree or Higher organisations. Under national statistical reporting protocol, NCVER will Other (Please specify): Parent/Guardian Signature: not release any information that identifies or could be used to identify Other (Please specify): individual clients, or training organisations.
I have read and understood the Conditions of Enrolment and Policies & Applicant’s Signature: Procedures as stipulated in the Sarina Russo Insititute handbook and/or
Are you currently employed? If your application is successful, payments should be made to Sarina Full-time Part-time employee Russo Institute by bank draft, credit card or bank transferemployee to the Employer Unemployed - seeking part-time work following account:
• I have provided relevant work experience documentation, if applicable. • I have read and agree to comply with the terms and conditions.
Card Holder Name: Expiry Date: Amount: AU$
stipulated in the student handbook.
• I have attached certified copies of academic qualifications, if applicable. • I have provided evidence of English language ability if required.
If paying by bank transfer, please provide proof of payment. On Of the following, which describes your main reason for receipt of payment yourundertaking place willstudies be confirmed. at Sarina Russo Institute? (Please select one) Card Number:
• I have read and understood the Policies and Procedures, and Conditions
of Enrolment of theStamp: Institution as specified on the website or as Representative/Agent
Unemployed Account Name: Sarina Russo Institute- seeking full-time work Not employed - not seeking employment Bank: The National Australia Bank Street, Bank Address: 223 Queen Brisbane, 4000 Employed - unpaid inQLD family business Branch Number: 084-009 Self employed – not employing others Account Number: 52540-0103
For personal Credit Card: Mastercard Visainterest or self-development
Applicant’s Signature: Date:
To get a job
To gain credit into further study
To train towards a different career
As a requirement of my job
To gain extra skills for my job
To get a better job or promotion To start my own business /To developCredit Code: Other reasons: my existing Cardbusiness Security
Signature of Card Holder:Do you have any medical, physical restrictions, disabilities, addictions,
For students under the age of 18, a parent/guardian signature is required. Parent/Guardian Signature: Date:
impairments or long term conditions? Please invoice as Ifper details provided yes,company then tick ANY applicable boxes: on page 1 of
OR this application.
Hearing Impairment/Deaf Purchase Order # (If applicable):
Medical Condition Mental Illness
Acquired Brain Impairment Vision Learning
Otherwise, please contact Sarina Russo Institute to make alternative payment arrangements.
Other (Please provide details):
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CRICOS PROVIDER CODE: 00607B NVR RTO 0427
CRICOS PROVIDER CODE: 00607B NVR RTO 0427