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Course Guide 2012 / 13 CRICOS Provider Code: 02233M; National Provider Number 7030 I Sheila Baxter Training Centre Pty. Ltd. trading as Baxter Institute


Table of Contents Welcome to Baxter Institute Principal Profile The Baxter Institute Difference Pathway Information

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Dental Technology Certificate III in Dental Laboratory Assisting Diploma of Dental Technology

04 05

Automotive Certificate III in Automotive Mechanical Technology Certificate IV in Automotive Technology Certificate III + Cert IV in Auto + Dip of Business Package

06 06 07

Bakery Certificate III in Food Processing (Retail Baking - Combined) Certificate IV in Food Processing Certificate III + Dip of Business Package

08 08 09

Fabrication Certificate III in Engineering Fabrication Trade Certificate IV in Engineering Certificate III + Dip of Business Package Certificate III in Engineering Fabrication Trade + Certificate IV in Engineering + Diploma of Business

Beauty Certificate II in Nail Technology Certificate II in Make-up Services Certificate III in Beauty Services Certificate IV in Beauty Therapy Diploma of Beauty Therapy

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English Certificate I in ESL (Access) Certificate II in ESL (Access) Certificate III in ESL (Further Study) Certificate IV in ESL (Further Study)

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Hairdressing Certificate II in Hairdressing Certificate III in Hairdressing Certificate IV in Hairdressing Diploma of Hairdressing Salon Management

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Business Certificate III in Business Certificate IV in Business Diploma of Business Certificate IV + Diploma of Business Package Certificate III + Cert IV + Diploma of Business Package

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Accounting Certificate III in Financial Services (Accounts Clerical) Certificate IV in Financial Services (Accounting) Diploma of Accounting Certificate IV in Financial Services + Diploma of Accounting Package Certificate III + Cert IV + Diploma of Accounting Package

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Information Technology Certificate III in Information Technology Certificate IV in Information Technology (General) Diploma of Information Technology (General) Advanced Diploma of Information Technology

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Reasons to study in Melbourne Information for International Students Student Testimonial

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CRICOS Provider Code: 02233M; National Provider Number 7030 I Sheila Baxter Training Centre Pty. Ltd. trading as Baxter Institute


Welcome to Baxter Institute

Baxter Institute is a government - accredited, registered training organisation, located in the heart of Melbourne - just across the road from Flinders Street Station. Baxter Institute is proud of its reputation as a leader in vocational training, with modern facilities, cutting - edge equipment, and professional staff who demonstrate a level of expertise and excellence that few institutes can match and many aspire to. Baxter Institute’s training departments include: Dental Technology, Automotive, Bakery, Fabrication, Business, English, Information Technology, Accounting, Beauty, and Hairdressing. All training at Baxter Institute is focused on getting students work-ready. This is achieved by combining the extensive training experience that Baxter brings to most of its training departments with an impressive array of commercial platforms enabling students to gain valuable industry experience. These facilities include a commercial hair and beauty salon, bakery, cafe, automotive workshop, industry placements and work experience agreements.* Extra-curricular events within Baxter, as well as competitions against other schools and commercial businesses (such as World Skills) give Baxter students exposure to competitive, high pressure environments so

that they can become more confident and ultimately more ready for work. Baxter Institute has domestic Australian students as well as a diverse mix of students from many regions and cultures including Asia, Latin America, Europe and the subcontinent. Baxter Institute’s unique training method is enhanced by its promotion of cultural diversity, mutual understanding, and international friendship within the student population. Baxter Institute’s certificate, diploma and advanced diploma courses are government accredited and CRICOS registered, allowing international and domestic students to study with peace of mind. There are a variety of short courses to take advantage of related to the hair, beauty, bakery and automotive industries. Other short courses for specific purposes including First Aid, IELTS preparation and welding are also available. Students enrolled in short courses can enjoy great flexibility with the opportunity either to follow a set study program or tailor a course to suit their own special needs.

independence through learning an applied trade. We also recognise prior learning and can tailor a course to suit you abilities. To ensure the highest standards in teaching we operate according to a strict code of practice with a comprehensive grievance policy, refund system and governance policies. The excellence and professionalism of Baxter Institute’s training, in conjunction with flexible payment plans, flexible start dates and flexible timetables, will ensure that there is a course suitable for any student with special needs. This will also make it easier to study if students choose to have a part time job. All of these factors are intended to produce the best educational outcomes for our students. As can be seen, Baxter Institute’s curriculum is focused primarily on practical application. The goal of all training is to get students into the workforce as soon as possible. At Baxter Institute we look forward to helping you create the greatest opportunity for a successful career.

Our training method is suited to students who have been dissatisfied with the traditional approaches to education and are looking for a more dynamic style of learning. We encourage students who have been out of learning institutions for some time and are looking for an opportunity to achieve financial 01

CRICOS Provider Code: 02233M; National Provider Number 7030 I Sheila Baxter Training Centre Pty. Ltd. trading as Baxter Institute


The Baxter Institute Difference • We offer special assistance in dealing with issues of language and cultural differences • Our students have regular excursions and events • Flexible course start dates* • Flexible training timetables* • Flexible payment plans • Most of our campuses are located within a 2-minute walk of Flinders Street train station and tram stops in the heart of the city • As a registered training organisation we are members of ASTAS (Australian Student Tuition AssuranceScheme) for Local Students • Overseas students are secure through the Tuition Protection Service (TPS) • Vocational pathway to further Higher Education (refer page 25 for a list of articulated providers).

Principal Profile I like my job. I have been helping students reach their goals for more than 20 years and I still receive great joy from watching a student’s future unfold. I really like people, I think that’s why I still enjoy my job so much.

Les Howard, Principal

Les Howard has been involved in the industry and in education for over 40 years. He has worked both in Australia and around the world, enabling him to gain valuable experience in helping people become successful. Les began his quest in 1971 and it is from then that he began to develop the unique Baxter Institute teaching technique. As the principal of Baxter Institute, Les has been instrumental in the development of our overseas student education program. Les regularly travels overseas to promote Baxter Institute as a premier Australian learning destination, and it is through his experience of meeting students from a variety of different cultures that we have achieved such a strong reputation. His hands - on approach to teaching, along with his genuine involvement with students on an individual level, is what sets him apart from his peers. Through his wealth of knowledge and his solid leadership, Baxter Institute has grown to become a well - respected learning institute. Les is constantly looking for ways to improve and expand Baxter Institute so as to enhance the overall learning experience. Les has implemented an English language learning scheme to assist our overseas students. He has recently created comfortable student lounges to give students a home away from home. Under Les Howard’s experienced guidance the future really is looking bright for Baxter Institute’s students.

“Our training method aims to build confidence and prepare you for life in the work place.” “There are some things you just can’t learn from a book or instructional DVD. To really understand a technique you need to experience it. You need to feel it with your own hands, and that’s what Baxter Institute is all about. Hands - on wins hands down.” “Our students not only come here from all around Australia, they come here from all around the world. They come because they know they are going to walk out of here with the education they deserve.” 02 CRICOS Provider Code: 02233M; National Provider Number 7030 I Sheila Baxter Training Centre Pty. Ltd. trading as Baxter Institute


Course Name

Employment Pathway

Qualification Pathway

Dental Technology Certificate III in Dental Laboratory assisting

Dental Laboratory Assistant

Diploma of Dental Technology / Adv Diploma of Dental Prosthetics

Diploma of Dental Technology

Dental Technician

Adv Diploma of Dental Prosthetics

Certificate III in Automotive Mechanical Technology

Light vehicle motor mechanic

Automotive Management / Automotive Technology Automotive Performance Enhancement

Certificate IV in Automotive Technology

Light vehicle motor mechanic

Diploma of Automotive Management Diploma of Business

Automotive

Bakery Certificate III in Food Processing (Retail Baking - Combined)

Retail Baking Tradesperson/ Baker / Pastry Chef/ Operator

Certificate IV in food processing Diploma of management

Certificate IV in Food Processing

Retail Baking Tradesperson/ Manager/ Owner/ Operator

Diploma of Food Processing

Certificate III in Engineering Fabrication Trade

Welder

Certificate IV in Engineering/ Diploma of Engineering- Advanced Trade/ Diploma of Engineering Technical

Certificate IV in Engineering – Fabrication Trade

Welder

Diploma of Engineering- Advanced Trade/ Diploma of Engineering Technical

Certificate II in Nail Technology

Nail Technician/ Nail Specialist

Certificate III in Beauty Services

Certificate II in Make-up Services

Beauty & Retail consultant/ Make up consultant Skin care demonstration consultant

Diploma of Specialist Make up Certificate III in Beauty Services

Certificate III in Beauty Services

Beauty Therapist working in a salon/ Waxing and Nail technician/ Make up and skin care consultant

Certificate IV in Beauty Therapy/ Diploma of Beauty Therapy

Certificate IV in Beauty Therapy

Beauty Therapist/ Salon manager/ Section manager in a Department Store

Diploma of Beauty Therapy

Diploma of Beauty Therapy

Beauty Therapist/ Salon Owner/Director/ Salon Manager/ Nail Technician/ Makeup Artistry/ Retail Cosmetic Assistant or Cosmetic Consultant

Vocational Graduate Certificate in intense Pulsed Light and Laser Hair Reduction/ Diploma of Salon Management/ Bachelor of Health Science- Dermal Therapies

Certificate II in Hairdressing

Salon assistant

Certificate III in Hairdressing

Certificate III in Hairdressing

Hairdresser

Certificate IV in Hairdressing/ Diploma of Hairdressing Salon Management

Certificate IV in Hairdressing

Highly skilled hairdresser

Diploma of Hairdressing Salon Management

Diploma of Hairdressing Salon Management

Salon supervisor/ Salon manager/ Salon owner

Bachelor of Business

Certificate III in Business

Customer Service Advisor/Data Entry Operator /General Clerk / Payroll Officer/Typist, Word Processing Operator / General Role

Certificate IV in Financial Services (Accounting) Diploma of Accounting

Certificate IV in Business

Customer Service Advisor/Data Entry Operator/ General Clerk/Payroll Officer/ Typist/ Word Processing Operator/ General Role/

Diploma of Accounting Advanced Diploma of Accounting

Diploma of Business

Manager/ Executive Officer / Supervisor

Advanced Diploma of Business/ Bachelor of Business

Certificate III in Financial Services (Accounts Clerical)

Financial Services Employee (entry-level)

Certificate IV in Financial Services (Accounting)/ Diploma of Accounting

Certificate IV in Financial Services (Accounting)

Financial Services Employee

Diploma of Accounting/Advanced Diploma of Accounting

Diploma of Accounting

Financial Manager /Financial Executive Officer/ Financial Supervisor

Advanced Diploma of Accounting/Bachelor of Accounting

Certificate III in Information Technology

Basic personal computer support/ Basic network Role System administration / First level helpdesk

Certificate IV in Information Technology (General) or Certificate IV in Information Technology (Networking)

Certificate IV in Information Technology (General)

ICT ‘Generalist’ role

Diploma of Information Technology (General)

Diploma of Information Technology (General)

ICT Technical support roles

Advanced Diploma of Information Technology

Advanced Diploma of Information Technology

Intelligence Consultant/ Information Architect/Knowledge Manager

Bachelor of Information Technology

Certificate III in ESL (Further Study)

NA

Certificate IV in ESL (Further Study)/ Vocational Certificate or Diploma Course*

Certificate IV in ESL (Further Study)

NA

Higher Education Bachelor Course*

Fabrication

Beauty

Hairdressing

Business

Accounting

Information Technology

English

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Dental Technology

Certificate III in Dental Laboratory Assisting HLT32707

This qualification provides the knowledge and skills required to assist in a dental laboratory, in accordance with state/teritory legislation. It covers workers who will be pouring impressions, production custommade trays, manufacturing occlusal registration rims, transferring oral records and articulating models for a range of prostheses as well as constructing mouthguards.

Location

Melbourne

Intakes

Weekly

Tuition Weeks

10 weeks

CRICOS Duration

12 weeks incl. holidays

Delivery Mode

Face-to-face

Assessment Mode

Combination of practical and written assessments

Fee*

Please refer to our website for latest tuition fees

Material Fees

AUD $600 (not included in tuition fees)

Entry Requirements / Prerequisite

Refer to page 25

Units of Competency: HLTIN301C

Comply with infection control policies and procedures / HLTHIR301B Communicate and work effectively in health / HLTOHS200B Contribute in OHS processes / HLTDT301C Construct models / HLTDT302C Construct custom impression trays / HLTDT303C Construct registration rims / HLTDT304C Articulate models and transfer records / HLTDT315C Construct thermoformed bases and appliances / HLTFA301C Apply first aid

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Diploma of Dental Technology HLT50507

This course provides the knowledge and skills needed to work as a Dental Technician. It covers the construction of dentures, bridges, crowns, and other dental appliances, and the repair and modification of these appliances. This course is designed for international students who are not involved in a traditional traineeship and will be involved in both theory and practical training in a full-time capacity to gain the qualification.

Location

Melbourne

Intakes

Weekly

Tuition Weeks

70 weeks

CRICOS Duration

96 weeks incl. holidays

Delivery Mode

Face-to-face

Assessment Mode

Combination of practical and written assessments

Fee*

Please refer to our website for latest tuition fees

Material Fees

AUD $1,100 (not included in tuition fees)

Entry Requirements / Prerequisite

Refer to page 25

Units of Competency: HLTIN301C Comply with infection control policies and

procedures / HLTOHS200B Contribute to OHS processes / BSBWOR301B Organise personal work priorities and development / BSBINM301A Organise workplace information / HLTDT301C Construct models / HLTDT302C Construct custom impression trays / HLTDT303C Construct registration rims / HLTDT304C Articulate models and transfer records / HLTDT519B Construct simple complete removable acrylic dentures and appliances / HLTDT507C Construct immediate dentures / HLTDT508C Construct removable acrylic partial dentures / HLTDT509C Construct cast metal alloy removable partial denture framework / HLTDT510C Construct crown and bridge structures / HLTDT511C Join alloy structures / HLTDT512C Take tooth shades / HLTDT513C Construct fixed restorations / HLTDT514C Construct orthodontic appliances / HLTDT315C Construct thermoformed bases and appliances / HLTDT517C Construct oral splints / HLTDT518C Repair and modify dentures and appliances / HLTFA301C Apply first aid / HLTHIR501B Maintain An Effective Health Work Environment / HLTHIR403C Work effectively with culturally diverse clients and co-workers / BSBWOR204A Use business technology / BSBADM311A Maintain business resources / BSBADM311A Maintain business resources / BSBCUS301B Deliver and monitor a service to customers

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Automotive

Certificate III in Automotive Mechanical Technology AUR30405

Certificate IV in Automotive Technology AUR40208

This course is for people who want a career as a general motor mechanic. You will learn how to service, repair and diagnose faults in motor vehicles weighing up to 4.5 tonnes. You will learn how to diagnose, service and repair faults with light vehicle engines, transmissions, suspensions, steering, brake and electrical systems and components.

This course is for people working in the automotive industry who want to advance their skills as a general motor mechanics. You will learn how to service, repair and diagnose faults in motor vehicles weighing up to 4.5 tonnes. You will learn how to diagnose complex system faults in light vehicle engines, rebuild and reclaim engine components.

Location

Melbourne

Location

Melbourne

Intakes

Monthly

Intakes

Monthly

Tuition Weeks

48 weeks

Tuition Weeks

17 weeks

CRICOS Duration

52 weeks incl. holidays

CRICOS Duration

18 weeks incl. holidays

Delivery Mode

Face-to-face

Delivery Mode

Face-to-face

Assessment Mode

Combination of practical and written assessments

Assessment Mode

Combination of practical and written assessments

Fee*

Please refer to our website for latest tuition fees

Fee*

Please refer to our website for latest tuition fees

Material Fees

AUD $1,200 (included in tuition fees)

Material Fees

AUD $200 (included in tuition fees)

Entry Requirements / Prerequisite

Refer to page 25

Entry Requirements / Prerequisite

Refer to page 25 / Cert III in Automotive Technology or equivalent

Units of Competency: AURC270103A Apply safe working practices / AURT366108A

Carry out diagnostic procedures / AURT271781A Implement and monitor environmental regulations in the automotive mechanical industry / AURE218676A Test, service and charge batteries / AURT202170B Inspect & service cooling systems / AURE321171A Service and repair electronic spark ignition engine management systems / AURE218708A Carry out repairs to single electrical circuits / AURV327164A Remove and replace supplementary restrain system (SRS) / AURT303166B Repair petrol fuel systems / AURT304666A Repair and replace emission control systems / AURT306170A Inspect, service and/or repair clutch assemblies and associated operating system components / AURT310166A Repair hydraulic braking systems / AURTL301166A Repair engines and associated engine components (light vehicle) / AURE319166B Repair charging system / AURTL312666A Repair final drive assemblies (light vehicle) / AURTL313166A Repair final drive – driveline (light vehicle) / AURTL315166A Repair steering systems (light vehicle) / AURTL316166A Repair suspension systems (light vehicle) / AURT217865A Remove and refit wheel hubs and associated brake components / AURT206670A Inspect & service transmission (manual) / AURT210170A Inspect and service braking systems / AURT207170A Inspect & service transmission (automatic) / AURT201170A Inspect and service engines / AURT203170B Service petrol fuel systems / AURT225667A Use and maintain measuring equipment / AURT270278A Use and maintain workplace tools and equipment / AURT217606A Balance wheels and tyres / AURT217766A Remove, inspect, repair and fit tyres and tubes (light) / AURE319266B Repair starting systems / MEM05004C Perform routine oxy acetylene welding / MEM05050B Perform routine gas metal arc welding process / AURE224008A Carry out soldering of electrical wiring/circuits / AURT205166A Repair exhaust system components / AURC270421A Establish relations with customers / MEM18001C Use hand tools / AURT365130A Inspect vehicle systems and determine

Units of Competency: AURT466208A Carry out diagnosis of complex system faults /

AURT471782A Plan and manage compliance with environmental regulations in the mechanical repair industry / AURE319245A Overhaul starting motors / AURT309166A Repair hydraulic systems / AURT410145AA Overhaul breaking system components (light) / AURT401145A Overhaul engines and associated engine components / AURT570093A Analyse and evaluate light vehicle steering and suspension system faults / BSBOHS407A Monitor a safe work place / BSBINM301A Organise workplace information / BSBWOR301B Organise personal work priorities

preferred repair action

CRICOS Code: 072115D

CRICOS Code: 072116C

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Package: Certificate III in Automotive Mechanical Technology + Certificate IV in Automotive Technology + Diploma of Business AUR30405 + AUR40208 + BSB50207

This package course reflects the role of garage supervisors/managers with substantial experience in a range of settings and who are seeking to further develop their skills across a wide range of business functions. People who complete this course package could advance their study with the Bachelor programs at our affiliated education providers (see page 25 for details). Location

Melbourne

Intakes

Monthly

Tuition Weeks

95 weeks

CRICOS Duration

108 weeks incl. holidays

Delivery Mode

Face-to-face

Assessment Mode

Combination of practical assessments, presentations, written test and projects

Fee*

Please refer to our website for latest tuition fees

Material Fees

AUD $1,600 (included in tuition fees)

Entry Requirements / Prerequisite

Refer to page 25

Units of Competency: See Units of Competency for Certificate III in Automotive

Mechanical Technology & Certificate IV in Automotive Technology on page 6 and Units of Competency for Diploma of Business on page 19.

CRICOS Code: 072115D + 072116C + 069783E 07 CRICOS Provider Code: 02233M; National Provider Number 7030 I Sheila Baxter Training Centre Pty. Ltd. trading as Baxter Institute *Tuition fees and other course related fees are not subject to change once a student has enrolled.


Bakery

Certificate III in Food Processing (Retail Baking - Combined) FDF30703

Certificate IV in Food Processing FDF40103

This course is for people who work, or who want to work, in the retail baking sector of the food processing industry, for example hot bread shops, cake shops, franchises and in-store bakeries. You will learn to make a range of breads, pastries and cakes and how to use baking equipment and machinery. You will also learn to work safely and effectively, and monitor operational processes in the retail baking sector. Employment pathways: baker and pastry cook.

This course is for people who are entering a production management role in the retail baking sector of the food processing industry. This qualification is designed to allow a food processing manager to combine units from a broad range of disciplines according to the work role. The Certificate IV in Food Processing would typically cover middle management functions. This includes but is not limited to production personnel with an emphasis on technical skills, as well as those in people management roles.

Location

Melbourne

Location

Melbourne

Intakes

Monthly

Intakes

Monthly

Tuition Weeks

50 weeks

Tuition Weeks

55 weeks

CRICOS Duration

62 weeks incl. holidays

CRICOS Duration

68 weeks incl. holidays

Delivery Mode

Face-to-face

Delivery Mode

Face-to-face

Assessment Mode

Combination of practical and written assessments

Assessment Mode

Combination of practical and written assessments

Fee*

Please refer to our website for latest tuition fees

Fee*

Please refer to our website for latest tuition fees

Material Fees

AUD $1,400 (included in tuition fees)

Material Fees

AUD $1,600 (included in tuition fees)

Entry Requirements / Prerequisite

Refer to page 25

Entry Requirements / Prerequisite

Refer to page 25 / Cert III in Food Processing (Bakery) or equivalent

Units of Competency: FDFCORHS3A Monitor the implementation of occupational

health and safety policies and procedures / FDFCORQFS3A Monitor the implementation of quality and food safety programs / FDFRBPD2B Produce bread dough / FDFRBSM2B Scale and mould dough for intermediate proof / FDFRBFM2B Conduct final mould and final proof / FDFRBBB2B Bake bread / FDFRBDPB3A Diagnose and respond to product and process faults (bread) / FDFRBPP2B Produce pastry / FDFRBPF2B Prepare fillings / FDFRBFF2B Form and fill pastry products / FDFRBBP2B Bake pastry products / FDFRBCP2B Produce choux pastry / FDFRBPC2B Produce sponge, cake and cookie batter / FDFRBBC2B Bake sponges, cakes and cookies / FDFRBDC2B Decorate cakes and cookies / FDFRBDPC3A Diagnose and respond to product and process faults (pastry, cake and cookies) / FDFRBSP3B Plan and schedule production / FDFZPRW1A Participate effectively in a workplace environment / FDFCORWCM2A Present and apply workplace information / FDFCORBM2A Use basic mathematical concepts

CRICOS Code: 069781G

Units of Competency: FDFCORHS3A Monitor the implementation of occupational

health and safety policies and procedures / FDFCORQFS3A Monitor the implementation of quality and food safety programs / FDFCORWCM2A Present and apply workplace information/ FDFCORBM2A Use basic mathematical concepts / BSBFLM502A Provide Leadership in the workplace / BSBHRM402A Recruit, select and induct staff / FDFPMMPW4A Manage people in the work area / BSBCMN405A Analyse and present research information / BSBFIM501A Manage budgets and financial plans / FDFPLSCP4A Schedule and Manage production / BSBCMN412A Promote innovation and change / BSBFLM507A Manage quality customer service / FDFZPRIPK3A Apply raw materials/ingredients and process knowledge / FDFZPRSYS3A Operate processes in a production system / FDFOPTSM3A Support and mentor individuals and groups / FDFZPRCI2A Operate a process control interface / FDFRBPP2B Produce pastry / FDFRBPC2B Produce sponge, cake and cookie batter / FDFRBDPC3A Diagnose and respond to product and process faults (pastry, cake and cookies) / FDFRBBP2B Bake pastry products / FDFRBBC2B Bake sponges, cakes and cookies.

CRICOS Code: 072113F

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Package: Certificate III in Food Processing (Retail Baking) + Diploma of Business FDF30703 + BSB50207 Package: Certificate III in Food Processing (Retail Baking) + Certificate IV in Food Processing + Diploma of Business* FDF30703 + FDF40103 + BSB50207 CRICOS Code: 069781G + 072113F + 069783E *Please contact our Admissions Department for tuition fees and further information.

This package course reflects the role of bakers with substantial experience in a range of settings, who are seeking to further develop their skills across a wide range of business functions. People who complete this course could advance their study with the Bachelor programs at our affiliated education providers (see page 25 for details)

Location

Melbourne

Intakes

Monthly

Tuition Weeks

80 weeks

CRICOS Duration

100 weeks incl. holidays

Delivery Mode

Face-to-face

Assessment Mode

Combination of practical assessments, presentations, written tests, projects

Fee*

Please refer to our website for latest tuition fees

Material Fees

AUD $1,600 (included in tuition fees)

Entry Requirements / Prerequisite

Refer to page 25

Units of Competency: See Units of Competency for Certificate III in Food Processing on page 8 and Units of Competency for Diploma of Business on page 19.

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Fabrication

Certificate III in Engineering Fabrication Trade MEM30305

Certificate IV in Engineering MEM40105

This course provides vocational training for those who currently work or wish to seek employment in the fabrication industry – specifically in the role of welding. Successful completion of this course will enable you to gain employment as a qualified welder within the fabrication and welding industries.

This course provides vocational training for those who are currently work or wish to seek employment in the fabrication industry – specifically in the role of welding. This qualification covers the skills and knowledge required for employment as a mechanical and fabrication engineer.

Location

Melbourne

Location

Melbourne

Intakes

Monthly

Intakes

Monthly

Tuition Weeks

50 weeks

Tuition Weeks

68 weeks

CRICOS Duration

62 weeks incl. holidays

CRICOS Duration

80 weeks incl. holidays

Delivery Mode

Face-to-face

Delivery Mode

Face-to-face

Assessment Mode

Combination of practical and written assessments

Assessment Mode

Combination of practical and written assessments

Fee*

Please refer to our website for latest tuition fees

Fee*

Please refer to our website for latest tuition fees

Material Fees

AUD $1,400 (included in tuition fees)

Material Fees

AUD $1,600 (included in tuition fees)

Entry Requirements / Prerequisite

Refer to page 25

Entry Requirements / Prerequisite

Refer to page 25

Units of Competency: MEM12023A Perform engineering measurements /

MEM12024A Perform computations / MEM13014A Apply principles of occupational health and Safety in the work environment / MEM14004A Plan to undertake a routine task / MEM14005A Plan a complete activity / MEM15002A Apply quality systems / MEM15024A Apply quality procedures / MEM16006A Organise and communicate information / MEM16007A Work with others in a manufacturing, engineering or related environment / MEM16008A Interact with computing technology / MEM17003A Assist in the provision of on the job training / MSAENV272B Participate in Environmentally Sustainable Work Practices / MEM03003B Perform sheet and plate assembly / MEM05004C Perform routine oxy acetylene welding / MEM05005B Carry out mechanical cutting / MEM 05006B Perform brazing and/or silver soldering / MEM05007C Perform manual heating and thermal cutting / MEM05008C Perform advanced manual thermal cutting, gouging & shaping / MEM05012C Perform routine manual metal arc welding / MEM05013C Perform manual production welding / MEM05014C Monitor quality of production welding/fabrications / MEM05015D Weld using manual metal arc welding process / MEM05016C Perform advanced welding using manual metal arc welding process / MEM05017D Weld using gas metal arc welding process / MEM05018C Perform advanced welding using gas metal arc process / MEM05019C Weld using gas tungsten arc welding / MEM05047B Weld using flux core arc welding process / MEM05048B Perform advanced welding using flux core arc welding process / MEM05049B Perform routine gas tungsten arc welding / MEM05050B Perform routine gas metal arc welding / MEM05051A Select welding processes / MEM05052A Apply safe welding practices / MEM09002B Interpret technical drawings / MEM12007C Mark off/out structural fabrication and shapes / MEM18001C Use hand tools / MEM18002B Use power tools/hand held operations / MEM11011B Under take manual handling / MEM11016B Order materials / MEM24001B Perform basic penetrant testing

CRICOS Code: 069786B

Units of Competency: MEM12023A Perform engineering measurements / MEM12024A

Perform computations / MEM13014A Apply principles of occupational health and safety in the work environment / MEM14004A Plan to undertake a routine task / MEM14005A Plan a complete activity / MEM15002A Apply quality systems / MEM15024A Apply quality procedures / MEM16006A Organise and communicate information / MEM16007A Work with others in a manufacturing, engineering or related environment / MEM16008A Interact with computing technology / MEM17003A Assist in the provision of on the job training / MSAENV272B Participate in Environmentally Sustainable Work Practices / MEM 03003B Perform sheet and plate assembly / MEM05004C Perform routine oxy acetylene welding / MEM05005B Carry out mechanical cutting / MEM05006B Perform brazing and/or silver soldering / MEM05007C Perform manual heating and thermal cutting / MEM05008C Perform advance manual thermal cutting, gouging & shaping / MEM05012C Perform routine manual metal arc welding / MEM05013C Perform manual production welding / MEM05014C Monitor quality of production welding/fabrications / MEM05015D Weld using manual metal arc welding process / MEM05016C Perform advanced welding using manual metal arc welding process / MEM05017D Weld using gas metal arc welding process / MEM05018C Perform advanced welding using gas metal arc process / MEM05019C Weld using gas tungsten arc welding process / MEM05047B Weld using flux core welding process / MEM05048B Perform advanced welding using flux core welding process / MEM05049B Perform routine gas tungsten arc welding / MEM05050B Perform routine gas metal arc welding / MEM05051A Select welding processes / MEM05052A Apply safe welding practices / MEM09002B Interpret technical drawing / MEM12007C Mark off/out structural fabrications and shapes / MEM18001C Use hand tools / MEM18002B Use power tools/hand held operations / MEM11011B Under take manual handling / MEM11016B Order materials / MEM24001B Perform basic penetrant testing / MEM05040B Perform advanced geometric development – transitions / MEM05037B Perform geometric development / MEM05026B Apply welding principles / MEM05020C Perform advanced welding using gas tungsten arc welding process / MEM09010C Create 3D models using computer aided design system / MEM09009C Create 2D drawings using computer aided design system / MEM16012A Interpret technical specifications and manuals / MEM05043B Perform welds to code standards using gas metal arc welding process / MEM05037C Perform geometric development

CRICOS Code: 072114E

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Package: Certificate III in Engineering Fabrication Trade + Diploma of Business MEM30305 + BSB50207

This package course reflects the role of welders with substantial experience in a range of settings and who are seeking to further develop their skills across a wide range of business functions. People who complete this course could advance their study with the Bachelor programs at our affiliated education providers (see page 25 for details)

Package: Certificate III in Engineering Fabrication Trade + Certificate IV in Engineering + Diploma of Business MEM30305 + MEM40105 + BSB50207

This package course reflects the role of welders with substantial experience in a range of settings and to gain skills and knowledge required for employment as a mechanical and fabrication engineer. Students will further develop their skills across a wide range of business functions. People who complete this course could advance their study with the Bachelor programs at our affiliated education providers (see page 25 for details)

Location

Melbourne

Location

Melbourne

Intakes

Monthly

Intakes

Monthly

Tuition Weeks

80 weeks

Tuition Weeks

98 weeks

CRICOS Duration

100 weeks incl. holidays

CRICOS Duration

118 weeks incl. holidays

Delivery Mode

Face-to-face

Delivery Mode

Face-to-face

Assessment Mode

Combination of practical assessments, presentations, written tests, projects

Assessment Mode

Combination of practical assessments, presentations, written tests, projects

Fee*

Please refer to our website for latest tuition fees

Fee*

Please refer to our website for latest tuition fees

Material Fees

AUD $1,600 (included in tuition fees)

Material Fees

AUD $1,600 (included in tuition fees)

Entry Requirements / Prerequisite

Refer to page 25

Entry Requirements / Prerequisite

Refer to page 25

Units of Competency: See Units of Competency for Certificate III in Engineering

Units of Competency: See Units of Competency for Certificate III in Engineering

CRICOS Code: 069786B + 069783E

CRICOS Code: 069786B + 072114E + 069783E

Fabrication Trade on page 10 and Units of Competency for Diploma of Business on page 19.

Fabrication Trade and Certificate IV in Engineering on page 10. For Units of Competency for Diploma of Business see page 19.

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Beauty

Certificate II in Nail Technology WRB20104 Certificate II in Make-up Services WRB20204

Certificate III in Beauty Services WRB30104

Certificate II in nail technology applies to those wishing to work in the beauty industry as nail technicians who provide manicures and pedicure, apply gel and acrylic nail enhancements and nail art. Certificate III: Certificate III in beauty services applies to those wishing to work in a salon environment. You will provide core beauty treatments including manicures, pedicures nail enhancements, waxing, basic make up application and general salon duties. You will learn to develop thee skills through practical training in a fully equipped simulated salon environment. Supporting you through your studies will be with our highly educated and qualified industry instructors..

Certificate III in Beauty Services applies to those wishing to work in a salon environment. You will provide core beauty treatments including manicures, pedicures, nail enhancements and waxing. General salon duties are inclusive of reception work, housekeeping duties, merchandising and selling products. You will learn and develop these skills and knowledge through practical training in a fully equipped simulated salon environment. Supporting you through your studies will be with our highly educated and qualified industry instructors.

Location

Melbourne

Location

Melbourne

Intakes

Monthly

Intakes

Monthly

Tuition Weeks for each course

12 weeks

Tuition Weeks

31 weeks

CRICOS Duration for each course

12 weeks

CRICOS Duration

40 weeks incl. holidays

Delivery Mode

Face-to-face

Delivery Mode

Face-to-face

Assessment Mode

Combination of practical and written assessments

Assessment Mode

Combination of practical and written assessments

Fee for each course*

Please refer to our website for latest tuition fees

Fee*

Please refer to our website for latest tuition fees

Material Fees

AUD $200 (included in tuition fees)

Material Fees

AUD $200 (included in tuition fees)

Entry Requirements / Prerequisite

Refer to page 25

Entry Requirements / Prerequisite

Refer to page 25

WBR20104 Units of Competency: WRBBS201B Provide manicure and pedicure

services / WRBCS201B Conduct financial transactions / WRBCS202A Apply techniques to update beauty industry knowledge / WRBCS203B Provide service to clients / WRBCS204A Apply knowledge of nail science to nail services / WRRCS1B Communicate in the workplace / WRRER1B Work effectively in a retail environment / WRRLP1B Apply safe working practices / WRRM1B Merchandise products / WRRM2B Perform routine housekeeping duties / WRRS1B Sell products and services / WRBBS202A Apply gel nail enhancement / WRBBS203A Apply acrylic nail enhancement

WBR20204 Units of Competency: WRBCS201B Conduct financial transactions /

WRBCS202A Apply techniques to update beauty industry knowledge / WRBCS203B Provide service to clients / WRBFS201B Demonstrate retail skin care products / WRBFS202B Design and apply make up / WRBFS203B Design and apply make up for photography / WRBFS204B Design and apply remedial camouflage / WRRCS1B Communicate in the workplace / WRRER1B Work effectively in a retail environment / WRRLP1B Apply safe work practices / WRRM1B Merchandise products / WRRM2B Perform routine housekeeping duties / WRRS1B Sell products and services / WRBBS201B Provide manicure and pedicure services / WRBCS204A Apply knowledge of nail science to nail services

CRICOS Code: Nail Technoogy - 069791E; Make-up Services - 069792D

Units of Competency: WRRCS1B Communicate in the workplace / WRRER1B Work

effectively in a retail environment / WRRLP1B Apply safe working practices / WRRM2B Perform routine housekeeping duties / WRRM1B Merchandise products / WRRS1B Sell products & services / WRBCS201B Conduct financial transactions / WRBCS203B Provide service to clients / WRBCS306B Advise on beauty services / WRBSS201B Pierce ears / WRBFS305B Provide lash & brow treatments / WRBSS302B Provide temporary epilation & bleaching treatments / WRBBS201B Provide manicure & pedicure services / WRBBS202A Apply gel nail enhancement / WRBBS203A Apply acrylic nail enhancement / WRBBS204B Apply nail art / WRBFS202B Design & apply make-up / WRBFS204B Design & apply remedial camouflage / WRBCS204A Apply knowledge of nail science to nail service / WRBCS305A Apply knowledge of skin biology to beauty treatments / WRBCS202A Apply techniques to update beauty industry knowledge

CRICOS Code: 056662K

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Certificate IV in Beauty Therapy WRB40105

Diploma of Beauty Therapy WRB50105

Develop the skills and techniques to become a professional Beauty Therapist. This Certificate IV course applies to those wishing to work in salon or manage a section in a larger business. You will provide general and specialist beauty services and treatments. You will learn all the fundamentals of Beauty Therapy; Make up, Manicure and Pedicure, Artificial Nail Enhancements, Waxing, Massage and Facials. Students enjoy practical training with highly educated and qualified industry instructors in a fully equipped simulated salon environment.

This course allows you the time to develop your skills and master the finer points of Beauty Therapy. It is suitable for a person wanting to open their own salon or work as a Senior Beauty Therapist in a day advance beauty or luxury resort. This course will teach you a variety of spa and body treatments, massage. You will also study communication, sales and management and management of staff. You will enjoy practical training with highly educated qualified industry instructors in a fully equipped and simulated salon environment as your classroom.

Location

Melbourne

Location

Melbourne

Intakes

Monthly

Intakes

Monthly

Tuition Weeks

45 weeks

Tuition Weeks

56 weeks

CRICOS Duration

50 weeks incl. holidays

CRICOS Duration

56 weeks

Delivery Mode

Face-to-face

Delivery Mode

Face-to-face

Assessment Mode

Combination of practical and written assessments

Assessment Mode

Combination of written tests, presentations, projects and research

Fee*

Please refer to our website for latest tuition fees

Fee*

Please refer to our website for latest tuition fees

Material Fees

AUD $200 (included in tuition fees)

Material Fees

AUD $500 (included in tuition fees)

Entry Requirements / Prerequisite

Refer to page 25

Entry Requirements / Prerequisite

Refer to page 25

Units of Competency: WRBBS201B Provide manicure & pedicure services /

Units of Competency: WRBBS201B Provide manicure and pedicure services /

WRBCS201B Conduct financial transactions / WRBCS203B Provide service to clients / WRBCS204A Apply knowledge of nail science to nail services / WRBCS305A Apply knowledge of skin biology to beauty treatments / WRBCS306B Advise on beauty services / WRBCS407A Develop a treatment plan for beauty therapy treatments / WRBCS408A Apply knowledge of anatomy and physiology to beauty therapy treatments / WRBCS409A Apply knowledge of skin science to beauty therapy treatments / WRBCS410A Apply knowledge of electricity to beauty therapy treatments / WRBCS411A Apply knowledge of nutrition to beauty therapy treatments / WRBCS412A Apply knowledge of cosmetic chemistry to beauty therapy treatments / WRBFS202B Design & apply make-up / WRBFS305B Provide lash & brow treatments / WRBFS406B Provide facial treatments / WRBFS407B Provide advanced facial treatments / WRBSS302B Provide temporary epilation & bleaching treatments / WRRLP1B Apply safe working practices / WRRER1B Work effectively in a retail environment / WRRCS1B Communicate in the workplace / WRRS1B Sell products & services / WRBBS202A Apply gel nail enhancement / WRBBS203A Apply acrylic nail enhancement / WRBBS204B Apply nail art / WRBBS408B Provide aesthetic aromatic massage / WRBSS201B Pierce ears

WRBBS407B Provide body treatments / WRBCS201B Conduct financial transactions / WRBCS203B Provide service to clients / WRBCS204A Apply knowledge of nail science to nail services / WRBCS306B Advise on beauty services / WRBCS305A Apply knowledge of skin biology to beauty treatments / WRBCS408A Apply knowledge of anatomy and physiology to beauty therapy treatments / WRBCS409A Apply knowledge of skin science to beauty therapy treatments / WRBCS410A Apply knowledge of electricity to beauty therapy treatments / WRBCS411A Apply knowledge of nutrition to beauty therapy treatments / WRBCS412A Apply knowledge of cosmetic chemistry to beauty therapy treatments / WRBB5512A Blend a range of aromatic plant oils for beauty treatments / WRBCS513B Investigate new products and services / WRBCS407A Develop a treatment plan for beauty therapy treatments / WRBFS202B Design and apply make-up / WRBFS305B Provide lash and brow treatments / WRBFS406B Provide facial treatments / WRBFS407B Provide advanced facial treatments / WRBSS302B Provide temporary epilation and bleaching treatments / WRRCS1B Communicate in the workplace / WRRER1B Work effectively in a retail environment / WRRLP1B Apply safe working practices / WRRS1B Sell products and services / WRBFS204B Design and apply remedial camouflage / WRBSS201B Pierce ears / WRBBS408B Provide aesthetic aromatic massage / WRBBS513A Use reflexology relaxation techniques in beauty treatments / WRBBS514A Provide superficial lymph drainage massage / WRBSS503B Provide permanent epilation / WRBBS511A Apply aromatic plant oil chemistry to beauty therapy treatments

CRICOS Code: 056774B

CRICOS Code: 056775A 13

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English

Certificate I in ESL (Access) 21936VIC

Certificate II in ESL (Access) 21932VIC

This course is for students who have limited English, and are seeking to improve their communication skills both verbally and in writing at elementary level. Doing this course will help when you are talking to local Melbourne people and will also help you to get around Melbourne and Australia more easily.

This course is for students who have more developed English, and are seeking to improve their written and spoken English, as well as improve their grammar at pre-intermediate level. Doing this course will help when you want to participate more in the local Melbourne community and will also help you if you want to explore Melbourne and Australia.

Location

Melbourne

Location

Melbourne

Intakes

Monthly

Intakes

Monthly

Tuition Weeks

20 weeks

Tuition Weeks

20 weeks

CRICOS Duration

28 weeks incl. holidays

CRICOS Duration

28 weeks incl. holidays

Delivery Mode

Face-to-face

Delivery Mode

Face-to-face

Assessment Mode

Combination of written tests, presentations, projects and research

Assessment Mode

Combination of written tests, presentations, projects and research

Fee*

Please refer to our website for latest tuition fees

Fee*

Please refer to our website for latest tuition fees

Material Fees

AUD $100 (not included in tuition fees)

Material Fees

AUD $100 (not included in tuition fees)

Prerequisite

Refer to page 25

Prerequisite

Refer to page 25

Units of Competency: VPAU501 Plan language learning with support / VPAU493

Units of Competency: VBQU117 Develop and document a learning plan and portfolio

Participate in short simple exchanges / VPAU494 Give and respond to simple verbal information and information / VPAU495 Read and write short simple messages and formatted texts / VPAU496 Read and write short simple informational and instructional texts / BSBITU101A Operate a personal computer / BSBITU102A Develop keyboard skills / BSBCMM101A Apply basic communication skills

with guidance / VPAU497 Participate in simple conversations and transactions / VPAU498 Give and respond to simple verbal information and directions / VPAU499 Read and write simple personal letters and formatted texts / VPAU500 Read and write simple routine informational and instructional texts / VPAM545 Australian Law / VPAM543 Australian Environment / BSBITU201A Produce simple word processed documents

CRICOS Code: 069787A

CRICOS Code: 069788M

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Certificate III in ESL (Further Study) 21939VIC

Certificate IV in ESL (Further Study) 21940VIC

This course reflects the skills and abilities of people looking to participate in further education within an English speaking RTO or TAFE. This course is for students who have already mastered the basics of English and are seeking to improve their knowledge of academic English (EAP); this includes doing presentations, research, essay writing and class discussions at an intermediate to upper-intermediate level. Students completing this course are expected to have gained an English ability equivalent to IELTS 5.5. This course is one of the pre-requisites for many RTO or TAFE trade courses.

This course reflects the skills and abilities of people looking to participate in further education within an English speaking university. This course is for students who want to develop a more sophisticated English ability at an upper intermediate to advanced level. In this course you will read complex academic journals, prepare researched reports, conduct interviews, plan and participate in debates and regularly prepare and do presentations in class. Students completing this course are expected to have gained an English ability equivalent to IELTS 6.5. This course is also one of the pre-requisites for entry into a number of Australian Universities.

Location

Melbourne

Location

Melbourne

Intakes

Monthly

Intakes

Monthly

Tuition Weeks

20 weeks

Tuition Weeks

20 weeks

CRICOS Duration

28 weeks incl. holidays

CRICOS Duration

28 weeks incl. holidays

Delivery Mode

Face-to-face

Delivery Mode

Face-to-face

Assessment Mode

Combination of written tests, presentations, projects and research

Assessment Mode

Combination of written tests, presentations, projects and research

Fee*

Please refer to our website for latest tuition fees

Fee*

Please refer to our website for latest tuition fees

Material Fees

AUD $100 (not included in tuition fees)

Material Fees

AUD $100 (not included in tuition fees)

Prerequisite

Refer to page 25

Prerequisite

Refer to page 25

Units of Competency: VBQU130 Develop and document a learning plan and portfolio

Units of Competency: VBQU142 Research pathways and produce a learning plan and

CRICOS Code: 069789K

CRICOS Code: 069790F

/ VPAU523 Give oral presentations for further study / VPAU524 Participate in a range of interactions for further study / VPAU525 Read and write straight forward texts for research purposes / VPAU526 Analyse and produce a range of straight-forward texts relevant to further study / VPAU527 Listen and take notes for research / VPAU528 Use language learning strategies and study skills / VPAU557 Use services in the local community / VPAU558 Locate information on driving and buying a car

portfolio / VPAU529 Give complex presentations for further study / VPAU530 Analyse and participate in complex spoken discourse for further study / VPAU531 Read and write complex texts for research purposes / VPAU532 Read and write a range of complex texts for further study / VPAU533 Use a range of critical reading and writing skills for further study / VPAU534 Use language analysis skills to review own texts / VPAU517 Take notes from complex aural texts for further study / VPAM546 Education in Australia

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Hairdressing

Certificate II in Hairdressing WRH20106

Certificate III in Hairdressing WRH30106

The certificate II in Hairdressing has been designed for those who wish to provide general assistance in a hairdressing salon. Likely functions in the hairdressing industry for those who achieve this qualification include working within clearly defined context and under supervision and providing assistance to other operators. Functions at this level include performing a limited range of hairdressing tasks, interacting with customers and providing customer service, following workplace safety procedures, demonstrating hairdressing environment practices, and providing assistance to colleagues.

This certificate course provides the skills and knowledge needed to work as a highly skilled hairdresser in any regarded salon, providing technical leadership and/or training to other hairdressers and performing specialised, complex services/treatments on clients. Functions at this level include applying skills and knowledge to sell products and services, client consultation and advice, hair and scalp treatments, haircutting, hair design, colour and lightening and chemical relaxation services on male and female clients.

Location

Melbourne

Location

Melbourne

Intakes

Monthly

Intakes

Monthly

Tuition Weeks

8 weeks

Tuition Weeks

50 weeks

CRICOS Duration

8 weeks

CRICOS Duration

60 weeks incl. holidays

Delivery Mode

Face-to-face

Delivery Mode

Face-to-face

Assessment Mode

Combination of practical and written assessments

Assessment Mode

Combination of practical and written assessments

Fee*

Please refer to our website for latest tuition fees

Fee*

Please refer to our website for latest tuition fees

Material Fees

AUD $100 (included in tuition fees)

Material Fees

AUD $1,000 (included in tuition fees)

Entry Requirements / Prerequisite

Refer to page 25

Entry Requirements / Prerequisite

Refer to page 25

Units of Competency: WRHCS201A Prepare clients for salon services / WRHCS202B

Units of Competency: WRBCS201B Conduct financial transactions / WRBCS203B

CRICOS Code: 063794F

CRICOS Code: 063795E

Maintain tools and equipment / WRHCS204A Maintain and organise work areas / WRHCS205A Follow personal health and safety routines at work / WRHCS206A Perform head, neck and shoulder massage / WRHCS207A Develop hairdressing industry knowledge / WRHHD201A Dry hair to shape / SIRXCOM001A Communicate in the workplace / SIRXIND001A Work effectively in a retail environment / SIRXOHS001A Apply safe working practices / SIRXMER001A Merchandise products / WRHCL201A Apply temporary hair colour and remove residual colour products / WRHWP201A Assist colleagues providing multiple salon services as a team member

Provide service to clients / WRHCL302B Colour and lighten hair / WRHCL303B Design and perform full and partial highlighting techniques / WRHCL304A Perform colour correction / WRHCR302B Perform chemical curling and volumising services / WRHCR303B Perform chemical straightening and relaxing services / WRHCS201A Prepare clients for salon services / WRHCS202B Maintain tools and equipment / WRHCS204A Maintain and organise work areas / WRHCS205A Follow personal health and safety routines at work / WRHHC301A Design haircut structures / WRHHC302A Apply one length solid haircut structures / WRHHC303A Apply graduated haircut structures / WRHHC304A Apply layered haircut structures / WRHHC305A Apply over-comb techniques / WRHHD303A Design and apply short to medium-length hair design finishes / WRHHS301A Apply the principles of hairdressing science / WRHHS302A Consult with clients and treat hair and scalp conditions / SIRXCOM001A Communicate in the workplace / SIRXIND001A Work effectively in a retail environment / SIRXOHS001A Apply safe working practices / SIRXSLS001A Sell products and services / WRHCL305B Perform on scalp full head and re-touch bleach services / WRHHC306B Combine haircut structures on women / WRHWP302A Operate effectively as a hairdresser in a salon work team / WRHHD202A Apply single, two and three strand braiding techniques / SIRXMER001A Merchandise products / SIRXSLS002A Advise on products and services

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Certificate IV in Hairdressing WRH40106

Diploma of Hairdressing Salon Management WRH50106

The certificate IV in Hairdressing has been designed to enhance the expertise of a fully qualified hairdresser by refining technical skills, hairdressing knowledge and enhancing creativity. Functions at this level include the self-directed application of a broad range of knowledge and skills and the provision of technical leadership and training and support to colleagues. A hairdresser at this level may provide specialist services, including haircutting, hair design, hair colouring, complex colour correction, hair extensions, chemical relaxation and make-up application.

The Diploma of Hairdressing Salon Management has been designed for salon owners or managers who wish to develop their skills and knowledge in relation to the service and sales delivery of a functioning hairdressing salon. Likely functions in the hairdressing industry for those who achieve this qualification may involve managing a salon and employing staff. Duties may include working as part of a salon team and coordinating salon teams.

Location

Melbourne

Location

Melbourne

Intakes

Monthly

Intakes

Monthly

Tuition Weeks

16 weeks

Tuition Weeks

22 weeks

CRICOS Duration

18 weeks incl. holidays

CRICOS Duration

26 weeks incl. holidays

Delivery Mode

Face-to-face

Delivery Mode

Face-to-face

Assessment Mode

Combination of written tests, presentations, projects and research

Assessment Mode

Combination of written tests, presentations, projects and research

Fee*

Please refer to our website for latest tuition fees

Fee*

Please refer to our website for latest tuition fees

Material Fees

AUD $200 (included in tuition fees)

Material Fees

AUD $1,400 (included in tuition fees)

Entry Requirements / Prerequisite

Refer to page 25 / Certificate III in Hairdressing or equivalent

Entry Requirements / Prerequisite

Refer to page 25

Units of Competency: WRHCL305B Perform on scalp full head and re-touch bleach

Units of Competency: WRHSM501A Manage hairdressing services and sales

CRICOS Code: 060760G

CRICOS Code: 063796D

services / WRHCL406B Solve complex colour problems / WRHHC410B Design and perform creative haircuts / WRHHD304A Design and apply long hair design finishes / WRHHD406B Work as a session stylist / SIRXMGT001A Coordinate work teams / SIRXOHS002A Maintain store safety / SIRXMER005A Create a display / WRBCS513B Investigate new products and services / WRBFS202B Design and apply make up / WRBFS203B Design and apply make-up for photography

delivery / WRHSM502B Promote hairdressing business / BSBSBM406A Manage finances / SIRXOHS003A Provide a safe working environment / SIRXHRM002A Recruit and select personnel / SIRXMGT003A Lead and manage people / BSBCUS501A Manage quality customer service / BSBSBM404A Undertake business planning / BSBMKG502A Establish and adjust marketing mix / BSBWOR402A Promote team effectiveness

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Business

Certificate III in Business BSB30107

Certificate IV in Business BSB40207

This qualification reflects the role of individuals who want to apply a broad range of competencies in a varied work context using some discretion, judgement and relevant theoretical knowledge. They may provide technical advice and support to a team. Participants will be involved in both theory and practical training in a part time capacity to gain the qualification. All Participants will already be employed in a suitable business role, as this training is offered ‘on-thejob’ only. Clients are both local and international students not involved in a traditional traineeship. Possible job titles relevant to this qualification include customer service adviser, data entry operator, general clerk.

This qualification reflects the role of individuals who use well-developed skills and a broad range 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. This qualification reflects the role of individuals whose job titles could include administrator and project officer.

Location

Melbourne

Location

Melbourne

Intakes

Monthly

Intakes

Monthly

Tuition Weeks

15 weeks

Tuition Weeks

20 weeks

CRICOS Duration

18 weeks incl. holidays

CRICOS Duration

28 weeks incl. holidays

Delivery Mode

Face-to-face; Computer Aided

Delivery Mode

Face-to-face; Computer Aided

Assessment Mode

Combination of written tests, presentations, projects and research

Assessment Mode

Combination of written tests, presentations, projects and research

Fee*

Please refer to our website for latest tuition fees

Fee*

Please refer to our website for latest tuition fees

Material Fees

AUD $200 (included in tuition fees)

Material Fees

AUD $200 (included in tuition fees)

Entry Requirements / Prerequisite

Refer to page 25

Entry Requirements / Prerequisite

Refer to page 25

Units of Competency: BSBOHS201A Participate in OHS processes / BSBWOR301A

Units of Competency: BSBOHS407A Monitor a safe workplace / BSBADM405B

CRICOS Code: 072112G

CRICOS Code: 069782F

Organise personal work priorities and development / BSBINM301A Organise workplace information / BSBCMM401A Make a presentation / BSBADM311A Maintain business resources / FNSICGEN305A Maintain daily financial/business record / BSBADM405B Organise meetings / BSBWRT301A Write simple documents / BSBDIV301A Work effectively with diversity / BSBCUS301A Deliver and monitor a service to customers / BSBPRO301A Recommend product and services / BSBCMM301A Process customer complaints

Organise Meetings / BSBCMM401A Make a presentation / BSBLED401A Develop teams and individuals / BSBRES401A Analyse and present research information / BSBWRT401A Write complex documents / BSBHRM402A Recruit, select and induct staff / BSBSMB404A Undertake small business planning / BSBSMB402A Plan small business finances / BSBMKG401B Profile the market

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Diploma of Business BSB50207 Certificate IV + Diploma of Business* (Fast track/ Normal mode) BSB40207 + BSB50207 Certificate III + Cert IV + Diploma of Business* BSB30107 + BSB40207 + BSB50207 *Please contact our Admissions Department for tuition fees and further information.

This qualification reflects the role of individuals with substantial experience in a range of settings and who are seeking to further develop their skills across a wide range of business functions. This qualification is also suited to the needs of individuals with little or no vocational experience, but who possess sound theoretical business skills and knowledge that they would like to further develop in order to create further educational and employment opportunities. Job roles and titles vary across different industry sectors. Employment pathways relevant to this qualification include: program or project administrator.

Location

Melbourne

Intakes

Monthly

Tuition Weeks

30 weeks

CRICOS Duration

38 weeks incl. holidays

Delivery Mode

Face-to-face; Computer Aided

Assessment Mode

Combination of written tests, presentations, projects and research

Fee*

Please refer to our website for latest tuition fees

Material Fees

AUD $200 (included in tuition fees)

Entry Requirements / Prerequisite

Refer to page 25

Units of Competency: BSBADM502B Manage meetings / BSBADM506B Manage

business document design and development / BSBADV512A Develop and advertising strategy and brief / BSBHRM506A Manage recruitment, selection and induction processes / BSBWOR501A Manage personal work priorities and professional development / BSBRSK501A Manage risk / BSBADV509A Create mass print media advertisements / BSBADV507B Develop a media plan

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Accounting

Certificate III in Financial Services (Accounts Clerical) FNS30304

Certificate IV in Financial Services (Accounting) FNS40604

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. This qualification is designed to reflect the role of entry-level positions such as accounting data entry operator.

This course is designed for local and international students who are not involved in a traditional traineeship and will be involved in both theory and practical training in a full time capacity to gain the qualification. This qualification is designed to reflect the employment pathways such as an Accounts clerk.

Location

Melbourne

Location

Melbourne

Intakes

Monthly

Intakes

Monthly

Tuition Weeks

22 weeks

Tuition Weeks

30 weeks

CRICOS Duration

26 weeks incl. holidays

CRICOS Duration

36 weeks incl. holidays

Delivery Mode

Face-to-face; Computer Aided

Delivery Mode

Face-to-face; Computer Aided

Assessment Mode

Combination of written tests, presentations, projects and research

Assessment Mode

Combination of written tests, presentations, projects and research

Fee*

Please refer to our website for latest tuition fees

Fee*

Please refer to our website for latest tuition fees

Material Fees

AUD $200 (included in tuition fees)

Material Fees

AUD $200 (included in tuition fees)

Entry Requirements / Prerequisite

Refer to page 25

Entry Requirements / Prerequisite

Refer to page 25 / Certificate III in Financial Services (Accounts Clerical)

Units of Competency: FNSICIND301B Work in the financial services industry

Units of Competency: FNSICIND401B Apply principles of professional practice to

CRICOS Code: 072105F

CRICOS Code: 072106E

/ FNSICGEN301B Communicate in the workplace / FNSICGEN302B Use technology in the workplace / FNSICGEN304B Apply health & safety practices in the workplace / FNSICACC304B Prepare & bank receipts / FNSICACC306B Process journal entries / FNSICGEN305B Maintain daily financial / business records / BSBCMN308A Maintain financial records / BSBADM408A Prepare financial reports / FNSICACC303B Prepare, match & process receipts / FNSICACC305B Process payment documentation / FNSICACC307B Reconcile & monitor accounts receivable / FNSICGEN303B Work with others.

work in the financial services industry / FNSICGEN301B Communicate in the workplace / FNSICGEN302B Use technology in the workplace / FNSICGEN304B Apply health & safety practices in the workplace / FNSACCT401B Process business tax requirements / FNSACCT402B Produce job costing information / FNSACCT403B Prepare operational budgets / FNSACCT404B Make decisions within a legal context / FNSACCT405B Prepare financial statements / FNSACCT406B Maintain asset & inventory records / FNSICACC301B Administer accounts payable / FNSICORG517B Prepare financial forecasts & projections / BSBADM408A Prepare financial reports.

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Diploma of Accounting FNS50204 Certificate IV in Financial Services + Diploma of Accounting* FNS40604 + FNS50204 Certificate III + Cert IV Financial Services + Diploma of Business* FNS30304 + FNS40604 + BSB50207 Certificate III + Cert IV Financial Services + Diploma of Accounting* FNS30304 + FNS40604 + FNS50204 This course aims to provide basic financial management, costing, taxation law and business law. Students will also learn to produce and analyse financial reports, and develop management techniques for a small team. This course is designed for international students who are not involved in a traditional traineeship and will be involved in both theory and practical training in a full time capacity to gain the qualification. This qualification is designed to reflect the role of employees already working in accounting in positions such as a general accountant.

Location

Melbourne

Intakes

Monthly

Tuition Weeks

40 weeks

CRICOS Duration

48 weeks incl. holidays

Delivery Mode

Face-to-face; Computer Aided

Assessment Mode

Combination of written tests, presentations, projects and research

Fee*

Please refer to our website for latest tuition fees

Material Fees

AUD $600 (included in tuition fees)

Entry Requirements / Prerequisite

Refer to page 25/ Certificate IV in Financial Services (Accounting)

*Please contact our Admissions Department for tuition fees and further information.

Units of Competency: FNSICIND401B Apply principles of professional practice to

work in the financial services industry / FNSICGEN301B Communicate in the workplace / FNSICGEN302B Use technology in the workplace / FNSICGEN304B Apply health & safety practices in the workplace / FNSICACC304B Prepare & bank receipts / FNSICACC306B Process journal entries / FNSACCT407B Set up & operate a computerised accounting system / BSBADM408A Prepare financial reports / BSBCMN308A Maintain financial records / FNSACCT502B Prepare income tax returns / FNSACCT503B Manage budgets & forecasts / FNSACCT504B Prepare financial reports for a reporting entity / FNSACCT506B Implement & maintain internal control procedures / FNSACCT507B Provide management accounting information / FNSACCT501B Provide financial & business performance information / FNSACCT607B Evaluate business performance / FNSICORG516B Prepare financial reports to meet statutory requirements.

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Information Technology

Certificate III in Information Technology ICA30105

Certificate IV in Information Technology (General) ICA40105

Depending on the stream selected, graduates from this qualification could work in basic personal computer (PC) support, basic network/ system administration or in first level help desk roles. Additionally, using a selection of retail or sales units from other Training Packages, employment pathways include ICT retailing or vendor product support. Small to medium enterprises (SMEs) will find the outcomes of this qualification useful at advanced ICT user or introductory technical support levels.Possible job title include basic ICT support technician and computing support technician role.

This qualification provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to be competent in a range of ICT fields at Certificate IV level. The qualification has a strong core ICT base sharing the same core competencies as several other IT qualifications of the same level. Depending on the stream chosen, this qualification offers pathways into a number of IT qualifications at Diploma level. Graduates exiting this qualification will be likely to secure employment in an ICT support technician NEC role with useful skills and knowledge across several of the specialist streams.

Location

Melbourne

Location

Melbourne

Intakes

Monthly

Intakes

Monthly

Tuition Weeks

17 weeks

Tuition Weeks

40 weeks

CRICOS Duration

18 weeks incl. holidays

CRICOS Duration

52 weeks incl. holidays

Delivery Mode

Face-to-face

Delivery Mode

Face-to-face

Assessment Mode

Combination of written tests, presentations, projects and research

Assessment Mode

Combination of written tests, presentations, projects and research

Fee*

Please refer to our website for latest tuition fees

Fee*

Please refer to our website for latest tuition fees

Material Fees

AUD $200 (included in tuition fees)

Material Fees

AUD $200 (included in tuition fees)

Entry Requirements / Prerequisite

Refer to page 25 & pre-requisite units * below or demonstrated equivalence are required for entry into this qualification

Entry Requirements / Prerequisite

Refer to page 25 & pre-requisite units* below or demonstrated equivalence are required for entry into this qualification

Units of Competency: ICAD3218B Create user documentation / ICAI3020B Install

& optimise operating system software / ICAS3031B Provide advice to clients / ICAS3234B Care for computer hardware / ICAT3025B Run standard diagnostic tests / ICAU3004B Apply occupational health & safety procedures / ICAI3101B Install & manage network protocols / ICAS3024B Provide basic system administration / ICAS3032B Provide network systems administration / ICAS3034B Determine & action network problems / ICAS3120C Configure & administer a network operating system / ICAS3121B Administer network peripherals / ICAI4029B Install network hardware to a network / ICAI4030B Install software to networked computers / SBITU303A Design & produce text documents / BSBITU306A Design & produce business documents.

Units of Competency: ICPPP225B Produce graphics using a graphics application /

BSBWOR301A Organise personal work priorities and development / ICAA4041C Determine & confirm client business expectations & needs / ICAB4225B Automate processes / ICAD4043B Develop & present a feasibility report / ICAD4217B Create technical documentation / ICAT4221B Locate equipment, system & software faults / ICAW4214B Maintain ethical conduct / PSPPM402B Manage simple projects / ICAB4135B Create a simple mark-up language document to specification / ICAB4137B Produce basic client side script for dynamic web pages / ICAI4189B Ensure website content meets technical protocols & standards / ICAD4198B Develop guidelin

*Pre-requisite Units : BSBOHS201A Participate in OHS Processes / ICAD2012B

Design organisational documents using computing packages / ICAU1128B Operate a personal computer / ICAU2005B Operate computer hardware / ICAU2006B Operate computing packages / ICAU2013B Integrate commercial computing packages / ICAU2231B Use computer operating system / ICAW2001B Work effectively in an IT environment / ICAW2002B Communicate in the workplace

CRICOS Code: 072108C

CRICOS Code: 072109B

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Diploma of Information Technology (General) ICA50105

Advanced Diploma of Information Technology ICA60105

This qualification provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to be competent in a range of ICT fields at Diploma level. The qualification has a strong core ICT base sharing the same core competencies as several other ICT qualifications of the same level. Depending on the stream chosen, this qualification offers pathways into a number of ICT qualifications at Advanced Diploma level. It is intended that the qualification provides those skills and knowledge required by an individual to operate effectively in high level ICT technical support roles within organisations.

This qualification provides high level ICT, process improvement and business skills and knowledge to enable an individual to be effective in senior ICT roles within organisations. The qualification builds on a core management base with streaming and electives choice to suit particular ICT and business needs. Employment pathways include ICT support technician and computing professionals.

Location

Melbourne

Location

Melbourne

Intakes

Monthly

Intakes

Monthly

Tuition Weeks

40 weeks

Tuition Weeks

40 weeks

CRICOS Duration

52 weeks incl. holidays

CRICOS Duration

52 weeks incl. holidays

Delivery Mode

Face-to-face

Delivery Mode

Face-to-face

Assessment Mode

Combination of written tests, presentations, projects and research

Assessment Mode

Combination of written tests, presentations, projects and research

Fee*

Please refer to our website for latest tuition fees

Fee*

Please refer to our website for latest tuition fees

Material Fees

AUD $200 (included in tuition fees)

Material Fees

AUD $200 (included in tuition fees)

Entry Requirements / Prerequisite

Refer to page 25 & pre-requisite units* page 22 or demonstrated equivalence are required for entry into this qualification

Entry Requirements

Refer to page 25 & pre-requisite units* page 22 or demonstrated equivalence are required for entry into this qualification

Units of Competency: ICAA4041C Determine & confirm client business expectations &

Units of Competency: BSBEBUS605A Identify and implement e-business innovation /

CRICOS Code: 072110J

CRICOS Code: 072111G

needs / ICAA4233B Determine & apply appropriate development methodologies / ICPPP225B Produce graphics using a graphics application / BSBPMG505A Manage project quality / ICAA5056B Prepare disaster recovery & contingency plans / ICAA5158B Translate business needs into technical requirements / ICAP5039B Match IT needs with the strategic direction of the enterprise / ICAS5202B Ensure privacy for users / PSPPM502B Manage complex projects / ICAA5148B Select new technology models for business / ICAA5151B Gather data to identify business requirements / ICAA5138B Determine acceptable developers for projects / CUFRAD01A Originate & develop the concept / CAB5165B Create dynamic web pages / ICAS5203B Evaluate & select a web hosting service / ICAB5062B Perform data conversion / ICAT4242B Perform unit test for a class / ICAT5079B Perform integration test / ICAS4116B Undertake capacity planning (Communication & Documentation stream) / ICAA5139B Design a database (Database stream) / ICAB4170B Build a database (Database stream) / ICPPP325B Create graphics using a graphics application (Chosen from any of the core or electives sources) / ICAD5092B Update & document operational procedures (Communication & Documentation stream) / ICAD5210B Analyse information & assign meta-tags (Communication & Documentation stream).

ICAI6187B Implement change management processes / PSPPM601B Direct complex project activities / BSBEBUS511A Implement a knowledge management strategy for an e-business / BSBEBUS609A Develop a knowledge management strategy for an e-business / ICAI5216B Monitor and improve knowledge management system / ICAA5150C Evaluate vendor products and equipment / ICAA5138B Determine acceptable developers for projects / CUFWRT601A Write scripts (was CUFWRT02A – Write the script) / TAAENV501B Maintain and enhance professional practice / BSBEBUS503A Design an e-business / ICAA5146B Develop website information architecture / ICAB5180C Integrate database with a website / ICAS5118C Manage system security / ICAA5035C Research and review hardware technology options for organisations / ICAA5148B Select new technology models for business.

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Reasons to study in Melbourne Melbourne is the capital city of Victoria. It is located by the Yarra River and surrounds Port Phillip Bay with its beautiful beaches and water sporting facilities. It is a beautiful city with many attractive parks, gardens, sporting venues and scenic surroundings. Melbourne is a world- renowned cultural, artistic, financial and communications centre served by an international airport, a cargo and passenger seaport, and rail links to neighbouring states. Melbourne is often voted the world’s ‘most livable city’ and offers clean, fresh air and an abundance of amazing parks and gardens. Melbourne is considered to be the shopping capital of Australia and offers some of Australia’s biggest shopping complexes as well as sophisticated, exclusive boutiques and a host of lively and popular markets. Melbourne has a population of over 4 million people, one quarter of which were born overseas making it one of the world’s most multicultural cities. There are now people from 140 nations living harmoniously together. This broad ethnic mix has brought many benefits to the city including a wide range of cuisines and over 2,300 elegant restaurants, bistros and cafes. Sometimes called the culinary capital of Australia, Melbourne has a vast array of restaurants, offering a variety of international cuisine. Bustling Chinatown in the heart of the city, serves up the finest of Asian cuisine and culture. Several other Melbourne streets are dedicated to Vietnamese, Italian and Greek food - cuisine to suit every palate and many to suit a student’s budget. Melbourne has an excellent public transport system with trams, trains and buses providing an extensive network throughout the city and suburbs. Melbourne is a sprawling city with suburbs extending up to 50km from the centre of the city. The city centre is on the banks of the Yarra River, 5km from Port Phillip Bay. The city centre features world class department stores, historical architecture, theatres, galleries and arts centres. Melbourne is only a short distance from many beautiful beaches as well as the Victorian mountain regions which are extremely popular for skiing in winter.

Climate Melbourne enjoys a temperate climate with four distinct seasons in the year – summer, autumn, winter and spring. Temperatures range from 40˚C in summer to as low as 5˚C in the winter. Sports and other outdoor activities are possible at all times of the year. Melbourne boasts one of the biggest covered sporting areas in the world.

Language In Australia not only is there the opportunity to improve your English through specialist study in an Englishspeaking environment but all sectors of Australian education and training provide tuition in many other languages as well. English as it is spoken in Australia is easily understood by all other English-speaking nations. While there are some minor differences in accent between the cities and country areas the difference is much less than you will find in America, Britain and Canada. As you improve your English in Australia you will learn some of our slang, and have a lot of fun explaining the meanings to your friends and relatives at home.

Clean, safe, cosmopolitan Students from all over the world come to Melbourne to take advantage of our world-class education and enjoy our friendly hospitality and cultural diversity. Melbourne has low crime rates and strict gun control laws providing a safe environment in which to learn and travel. With one of the highest standards of living in the world, Australia offers modern transport systems, convenient telecommunications, cosmopolitan shopping complexes and excellent health services.

Cost of Living In addition to paying the full cost of their courses, full-fee students must meet all their own travel and living expenses, plus administrative charges made by the institution. A single person studying in Melbourne will need about $18,610 each year in addition to the tuition fees. This amount also depends on the type of accommodation a student chooses. For a person with a dependent, an additional A$6,515 per dependent per year is required. (Refer to Department of Immigration and Citizenship www.immi.gov.au website for further details and updates.)

Accommodation The following types of accommodation are available for International students: - Homestay A$110–270 a week - Hostels and guest houses A$80-135 a week - Shared accommodation A$70-250 a week Rental accommodation A$100-400 a week

Other costs - Mobile phone bill – A$50 per month (on average) - Cinema tickets – A$12 – A$20 per session - Newspaper - A$1.50 to A$3.00 each *prices include GST and are based on figures from www.studyinaustralia.gov.au and are accurate at the time of print and are subject to change. For more information and latest figures, please refer to above website. The above mentioned accommodation can be booked prior to arrival. Two weeks advance notice is required before you depart for Australia. Further details can be obtained from our student support staff.

More great reasons There are more than 470,000 overseas students studying in Australia and each year approximately 15,000 students from the Asia Pacific region arrive in Australia to continue their education. They have chosen Australia for several reasons: • Australia has a high quality, world class education system • Australia offers modern education in reputable schools, colleges and universities • Awards from Australian institutions of higher education are recognised internationally • Australian universities, colleges and schools have established networks of support to help overseas students • The Australian education system includes informality and accessibility of teaching staff, the availability of computers, small classes and close supervision • Living costs and tuition costs compare well with other countries and most overseas students are permitted to work part-time. • Australia is a safe, stable country with a pleasant climate.

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Information for International Students Studying at Baxter Institute

National Recognition, Credit transfer and Recognition of prior learning (RPL)

Entry Requirements Certificate II to Certificate IV - IELTS 5.5 or equivalent (see below) - Completion of Year 11 (Aus) or equivalent* Diploma - IELTS 5.5 or equivalent - Completion of Year 11 (Aus) or equivalent* Advanced Diploma - IELTS 5.5 or equivalent - Study to Year 12 (Aus) or equivalent - Relevant Diploma and/or equivalent experience See Individual information page for qualification for any specific requirements.

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each

English Proficiency Entry Requirements: 1. Having arrived at an admission decision, the English language skills (language and literacy) will be assessed. If the student has a satisfactory IELTS score of 5.5 or equivalent the applicant will be admitted to his/her chosen course. 2. If an applicant cannot produce a satisfactory IELTS score or equivalent, and there are doubts about English language skills to cope in an academic environment, the applicant is advised to enrol in an ESL (English as a Second Language) course at Baxter Institute for an appropriate duration until the student achieves an IELTS score of 5.5 or equivalent (Certificate III ESL). • Mature age entry for applicants who can demonstrate an ability to undertake the course through interv

Note for international students: *For student visa requirements, please visit www.immi.gov.au for details and updates as assessment levels vary from country to country.

Department of Immigration and Citizenship

National Recognition applies, where a student has completed and been issued with units issued by another RTO, that are identical to those with in a qualification that they are enrolled in at another RTO . Credit will be granted in accordance with the Credit Transfer procedure. Credit transfer assesses the initial course or subject that an individual is using to claim access to, or the award of credit in, a destination course. The assessment determines the extent to which the client’s initial course or subject is equivalent to the required learning outcomes, competency outcomes, or standards in a qualification. This may include credit transfer based on formal learning that is outside the AQF. Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is an assessment process that assesses and identifies individual’s previous formal or informal learning, work and life experiences that the student may have had to the extent that they are relevant to the course outcomes. To apply for National recognition, credit transfer or RPL students must complete the relevant application form and attach copies of verified documents to support the application. Please refer to the website for details or speak to our support staff for assistance.

Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) Overseas student health cover (OSHC) is insurance that provides cover for the costs for medical and hospital care which international students may need while in Australia. If you are an international student studying in Australia, you must purchase an approved OSHC policy from a registered health benefits organization – commonly referred to as a health fund before applying for your visa.

your time on a student visa in Australia. OSHC can be arranged through Baxter Institute on request via BUPA. Prior to making an application for BUPA’s OSHC students must read a copy of the rules. Please visit their website for policy and procedures and further details: http://www.bupa.com.au/ health-insurance/cover/oshc.

Student recruitment, selection and enrolment process Applications for admission for international students must be made using the student application form. You may contact the admissions department for application processing at admissions@baxter.vic. edu.au (application form can be downloaded from www.baxter.vic.edu.au). Students must complete the student application form and send the completed form to the Institute together with the following certified copies of: • Photocopy of passport • Highest education qualification and relevant academic documents • IELTS or equivalent for Assessment Level 3 and 4 countries. For assessment level 1 and 2 countries, an English placement test may be required to determine the English proficiency. Students required to complete the English placement test will do so at orientation. (For further information on Assessment Level, please visit www.immi.gov.au) Completed student application forms will be processed by the Institute and the application assessed on the basis of the information supplied. The participants for each program offered by the Institute will be selected in a manner that reflects access and equity principles. Students will receive a letter of offer (LOF), if the student accepts the offer. The student will need to pay the tution fee deposit, after payment is made the student will receive a electronic confirmation of enrolment (eCOE), letter of acceptance and a student agreement. You may speak to our staff or visit our website for more details.

You will need to buy OSHC before you come to Australia to cover you from the time you arrive. The Department of Immigration and Citizenship requires you to maintain OSHC for the duration of

According to the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) you must provide evidence that satisfies the assessment factors applicable to you to be granted a student visa. Assessment factors include your financial ability, English proficiency, likely compliance with the conditions of your visa and any other matters considered relevant to assessing your application. Students must notify the institute of changes of address, telephone number, email address and fax number within 7 days of the change which is a requirement of visa conditions. Additional information on student visas is available from: www. immi.gov.au

Pathway to Higher Education Baxter Institute has articulation agreements with many institutions such as Holmes Institute, Carrick Education, NMIT, Stott’s College and Kaplan Business School, to allow students who have completed diploma courses to advance their study to a Bachelor program. These students may be eligible for up to one year credit towards their bachelor course. This translates as a reduction in the duration of study and hence a significant saving on the overall cost of the degree. It’s that simple.

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Fees and Refund arrangements 1. Refund applications must be made by completing Refund Application form FN108 to the Institute. The student Refund Application Form is available from the Institute/website. Refund application form must be submitted by email to administration@sheilabaxter.com. au or fax (03)9654 1049, attention “Finance Department”. Refunds will be made within 28 days of receipt of application and will include a statement explaining how the refund was calculated. $300 of the course fee is an application fee and will be deducted from any refund. Student refused an Australian Student Visa (refusal letter required & provided student has not commenced)

100% refund of tuition fees*

Course cancelled or rescheduled by Baxter Institute

100% refund of tuition fees

Withdrawal notified in writing and received by the Institute 28 days or more prior to semester commencement

70% refund of tuition fees*

Withdrawal notified in writing and received by the Institute less than 28 days prior to semester commencement

50% refund of tuition fees*

Withdrawals notified in writing and received by the Institute on the commencement date or after the semester commence (student default)

No refund of current semester tuition fees

Student breach of visa conditions, suspension or cancellation of enrolment by the Institute, Visa extension is not granted or student withdraws from course

No refund of current fees semester tuition fees

tuition fee* indicates an application fee of $300 has been deducted 2. Where an application is withdrawn or cancelled. Notification by submitting Cancellation Form SS115 must be provided and the refund is based on the date of the first CoE for that particular visa application OR the commencement date of the CoE for which visa is granted (This does not refer to the deferred or subsequent COEs) 3. In the unlikely event that the Institute is unable to deliver your course in full or defaults in any circumstance, you will be offered a refund of any unspent pre paid fees received. You will be notified of the default in writing. The refund will be paid to you within 7 days of the day on which the course ceased being provided. Alternatively, you may be offered enrolment in an alternative course by the Institute at no extra cost to you. You have the right to choose whether you would prefer a refund of unspent pre paid fees, or to accept a place in another course. If you choose placement in another course, we will ask you to sign a document to indicate that you accept the placement. If the Institute is unable to provide a refund or place you in an alternative course, the Tuition Protection Service (TPS) will contact you and place you in a suitable alternative course at no extra cost to you. If there are no suitable alternative courses or offers, you may apply for a refund of the amount of any unspent pre-paid tuition fees you have paid. For further information please visit the following link: https://tps.gov.au/Content/Downloads/ TPSStudentBrochure03.pdf

4. Fees not listed in this refund section are not refundable. Prior to a student enrolling, fees may be altered without notice. Once a student has completed enrolment, fees will not be subject to change for the normal duration of the course. If a course length is extended by the student, then any fee increment will be required to be paid for the extended component of the course. 5. All fees and charges must be paid in full prior to course commencement unless an “ INSTALMENT PAYMENT PLAN “ is arranged with the Institute. Students may be excluded from class and subject to Institute’s cancellation process for non-payment of tuition fees. Student tuition fees are safeguarded through the use of insurance and assurance schemes mandated by Australian Legislation. 6. Tuition fees are incurred when course commences. Baxter Institute offers installment payments on the basis that the payments will be made on the scheduled dates. If a student is in breach of the payment arrangement, the Institute has the right to cancel the payment plan and invoice the entire amount owed, also, the Institute’s cancellation process will be commenced as this is a breach of the Written Agreement and the Institute’s Code of Conduct for students. 7. The Institute has the right under ESOS Act to refuse to provide a course to the student who fails to pay an amount he or she is liable to the provider, directly or indirectly, in order to undertake the course. 8. If an enrolled students obtains permission to transfer to another course within Baxter Institute, all unearned fees paid will be credited to the new course.

Working while Studying in Australia Immigration laws allow students to work for a limited number of hours, currently 40 hours per fortnight during school terms. However, work is not easy to find and under no circumstances can students rely on income earned in Australia to pay tuition fees. For further information on how to apply refer to the DIAC website www.immi.gov.au on income earned in Australia to pay tuition fees. For further information on how to apply refer to the DIAC website www.immi.gov.au

Student Support Services Baxter Institute provides support services to students to assists them to settle into Australia life and their studies. Support services include: • Accommodation Arrangements • Airport pick up • Career and Course Selection Support • Homework and Academic Support • English as a Second Language Training • Fully Fitted Library & Learning Resourse Centre • Resume writing and Interview skills development • English language difficulties • Pathway to Higher Education • Work Experience* • Job Placement* • Orientation & Welfare Services • Special assistance in dealing with issues of language and cultural differences • Multicultural Support Staff • Home-stay and Guardianship arrangements • Graduation Ceremony • Student Ambassadorship Program

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Facilities Student Support Hub (SSH) / BUSINESS, IT & ACCOUNTING COURSES 228 Flinders Street Melbourne VIC 3000 Ph: +61 3 9650 0367 The SSH available for student support across six days per week/ Computer Labs/ Printing Facilities/ Fully fitted Library/ Learning resource centre/ Student self-study areas/ Theory classes/ Lecture rooms/ Over-head Projectors/ Microsoft Certification/ Student lounges/ Student Kitchens/ Restaurants and coffee shops in arcade/ Business, IT & Accounting Trainers Faculty Room/ Easy access to public transport Student Contact Officer(s): Sophia Ng, Lan Nguyen DENTAL TECHNOLOGY COURSES 134 Flinders Street Melbourne VIC 3000 Ph: +61 3 9654 5541 Dental Laboratory/ Theory Classrooms/ Over-head Projectors/ Access to fully fitted Library/ Learning resource centre at SSH/ Student Lounge/ Student Kitchen/ Dental Trainers Faculty Room/ Easy access to public transport Student Contact Officer(s): Kevin Rafferty, Logan Arthanary HAIRDRESSING & BEAUTY COURSES 100 Flinders Street Melbourne VIC 3000 Ph: +61 3 9650 0369 Commercial Salon/ Practical and Theory Classrooms/ Over-head Projectors/ Access to fully fitted Library/ Learning resource centre at SSH/ Student equipment & product store room/ Student Lounge/ Student Kitchen/ Hairdressing and Beauty Trainers Faculty Room/ Easy access to public transport Student Contact Officer(s): Janice Grzybowski, Evelin Cruz BAKERY & AUTOMOTIVE COURSES 93 Queensbridge Street Southbank VIC 3006 Ph: +61 3 9699 2625 Commercial Bakery & Café/ Automotive Workshop/ Commercial Garage/ Fully fitted Kitchen/ Computer Lab/ Theory Classrooms/ Over head Projectors/ Access to fully fitted Library/ Learning resource centre at SSH/ Student Lounge Bakery and Automotive Trainers Faculty Room/ Easy access to public transport Student Contact Officer(s): Nagwa Mikhail, Donald Isaiah FABRICATION COURSES 201 Arden Street North Melbourne VIC 3051 Ph: +61 3 9077 4411 Fabrication workshop/ Computer Lab/ Theory Classrooms/ Over head Projectors/ Access to fully fitted Library/ Learning resource center at SSH/ Student Kitchen/ Student Lounge/ Fabrication Trainers Faculty Room/ Easy access to public transport Student Contact Officer(s): Brian Snell, Anil Baber

ESL COURSES Level 1, 228 Flinders Street Melbourne VIC 3000 Ph: +61 3 9650 0367 Computer Labs/ Classrooms/ Over head Projectors/ Access to fully fitted Library/ Learning resource centre at SSH/ Student Kitchen/ Student Lounge/ Extracurricular activities/ Mini Library/ ESL Trainers Faculty Room/ Easy access to public transport Student Contact Officer(s): Leigh Dwyer, Andrew Waddell, Mathew Thomas

Education of accompanying dependents If you come to Australia as an overseas student on a student visa, you should be aware that your school-aged dependants who accompany you will be required to be enrolled in either a government or nongovernment school. You are required to pay full fees for their education throughout the duration of their visas in Australia

Student Orientation Orientation is conducted on the first day of commencement. Its purpose is to inform new students of most of the aspects of life at Baxter Institute and provide an introduction to studying, Melbourne’s cost of living, transportation, facilities and accommodation. Relevant policies and procedures are addressed during orientation and students are further advised to view our website for latest updates. New students will have a chance to ask any question they may have during the orientation. In addition Baxter Institute staff will be introduced and a tour of the facilities will take place

• The right to study in a safe, clean, orderly and cooperative environment • The right to have personal property (including computer files and student work) and the Registered Training Organisation property protected from damage or other misuse • The right to have any disputes settled in a fair and rational manner (this is accomplished by the Complaints and Appeals Procedure) • The right to work and learn in a supportive environment without interference from others • The right to express and share ideas and to ask questions • The right to be treated with politeness and courteously at all times • The expectation that students will not engage in cheating or plagiarism • The expectation that students will submit work when required • The expectation that students will be punctual for classes • The expectation that students will treat institute staff, trainers and fellow students with respect and without discrimination • The expectation that students will maintain consistent attendance by attending all required classes and assessments. The minimum required level of attendance is 70% of scheduled sessions (ESL students minimum required attendance is 80%). Attendance will be reviewed at the end of each study period. This requirement is a student behaviour requirement and not a requirement under standard 11 of the National Code. • The expectation that all fees will be paid by the due date Please refer to website or speak to our support staff for assistance for more details in regards to the Student Code of Behaviour.

Student code of behaviour The code of behaviour is designed to give every student a clear view of what they can expect from Baxter Institute and other students so that all members of our community can benefit from a collaborative supportive environment. In this environment students can then benefit from the training and teaching and support that Baxter Institute provides. The Institute has a Complaints and Appeals procedure to provide students with a fair and equitable process for resolving any disputes or complaints they may have. There are consequences for non-compliance with the Student code of Behaviour including immediate suspension in the case of severe breaches and or behaviour that may be construed as threatening to the safety of the student, other students or any person on the Baxter Institute premises. The Student Code of Behaviour requires the following rights and expectations to be respected and adhered to at all times: • The right to be treated with respect from others, to be treated fairly and without discrimination regardless of religion, racial and cultural differences, sexual preference, age, disability and socio-economic status • The right to be free from all forms of intimidation

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Course assessment and Course delivery A number of approaches to course assessments are used by Institute staff. Assessment approaches may include: observation of performance in class, workshops or practical tests; case studies; projects; assignments; presentations; role plays; written tests and exams; work experience or work placement. A number of approaches to course delivery are used by Institute staff. Course delivery approaches may include teacher led classroom delivery; workshops; seminars; tutorials, supervised study and computer aided learning. During class time students will be expected to participate by, for example, answering questions, giving opinions, demonstrating tasks, working with others in groups, making presentations and role playing situations.

Satisfactory progress

Protection for overseas students The Institute does this through the written notice of intention to report the student for unsatisfactory progress. In the notice Baxter must inform the student that he or she is able to access the registered provider’s complaints and appeals process under Standard 8 and that the student has 20 working days in which to do so. Where the student has chosen not to access the complaints and appeals processes within the 20 working day period, the student withdraws from the process, or the process is completed and results in a decision supporting the Institute (i.e. the student’s appeal was unsuccessful) the Institute must notify the Secretary of DEEWR through PRISMS as soon as practicable of the student not achieving satisfactory course progress. If the student’s Appeal is successful or there are compassionate or compelling reasons for the lack of progress, ongoing support must be provided to the student through the Institute’s intervention strategy, and the Institute does not report the student.

At Baxter Institute we have chosen to monitor our International students based on Academic Progress Requirements under Standard 10 of the National Code. If a student does not have satisfactory academic progress, he or she will be reported to DIAC via PRISMS which may lead to the cancellation of the student visa. Unsatisfactory progress is defined as not successfully completing or demonstrating competency in at least 50% of the course requirements in that study period.

Please visit: https://www.aei.gov.au/RegulatoryInformation/Education-Services-for-OverseasS t u d e n t s - E S O S - L e g i s l a t i v e - Fr a m e w o r k / National-Code/nationalcodepartd/Documents/ DEEWR-DIAC%20Course%20Progress%20Policy. pdf to view DEEWR – DIAC Course Progress Policy and Procedures for CRICOS Providers of VET Courses.

A Study period means one term equivalent to 10 training weeks starting from the student’s actual commencement date. For courses of less than 15 weeks, then the study period will be the whole length of the course. For the Institute, unsatisfactory academic performance is defined as being assessed as “Not Yet Competent” for more than 50% of units/modules/blocks of Competency in a study period. When not all units are weighted equally, Baxter Institute has chosen training delivery hours to determine the percentage. Baxter Institute monitors international students for all study periods that students are enrolled for, including compulsory study periods and non-compulsory periods. A compulsory study period is one in which the student must enrol unless granted a deferment or suspension from enrolment or leave of absence under standard 13 of the National Code.

Students may initiate a request to defer commencement of studies or suspend their studies on the ground of compassionate or compelling circumstances. Students wishing to defer the commencement of studies or suspend their studies must apply to do so in writing to the Institute by completing the form and submitting supporting documents. The Institute may decide to suspend or cancel a student’s enrolment on its own initiative as a response to misbehaviour or poor academic record by the student. Deferral of commencement, suspension of enrolment and cancellation of enrolment has to be reported to DIAC via PRISMS and may affect the status of a student visa.

Students who are in danger of being unable to complete a course within the expected duration of study as recorded on the CRICOS register can be considered “at risk” of not meeting satisfactory course progress requirements. Students will be interviewed, counseled and will be placed on a course intervention strategy which may include, but is not limited to academic skills support, additional English support, additional tutoring, placement in a more appropriate class to get back on the right track of having satisfactory Academic Progress requirements. The course intervention strategy may be activated at any time by the Institute during the study period to support students if required. A warning letter can only be sent to a Student “at risk” at the end of a study period. If a student is identified as not making satisfactory course progress in a second consecutive compulsory study period in a course, the Institute must notify the student of its intention to report the student to DIAC for unsatisfactory progress.

As an overseas student on a student visa, you must study with an education provider and in a course that can be found on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS) at http:// cricos.dest.gov.au CRICOS registration guarantees that the course and the education provider at which you study meet the high standards necessary for overseas students. Recent changes to the Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act have further strengthened protections for international students through the introduction of the Tuition Protection Service (TPS).

Deferring, suspending or cancelling the student’s enrolment

The ESOS Framework – Providing quality education and protecting your rights The Australian Government wants overseas students in Australia to have a safe, enjoyable and rewarding place to study. Australia’s laws promote quality of service and consumer protection for overseas students. These laws are known as the ESOS framework and they include the Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act 2000 and the National Code 2007. Please visit https://aei.gov.au/Regulatory-Information/ Education-Services-for-Overseas-Students-ESOSLegislative-Framework/ESOSQuickInformation/ Documents/ESOS%20Factsheets/Other%20 Factsheets/The%20ESOS%20framework.pdf for details.

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Activities What to do in Melbourne? www.thatsmelbourne.com.au

Banks Commonwealth Bank www.commbank.com.au ANZ www.anz.com West Pac www.westpac.com.au Bendigo Bank www.bendigobank.com.au NAB www.nab.com.au (and many more)

Public Libraries State Library of Victoria 328 Swanston Street, Melbourne www.slv.vic.gov.au Melbourne City Library 253 Flinders Lane, Melbourne www.citylibrary.org.au

Travel and Transport There are many travel agents to gain great deals on flights such as: Student Flights www.studentflights.com.au Trains and Trams www.metlinkmelbourne.com.au Information correct at the time of printing in September 2012. Baxter Institute reserves the right to change information in this Course Guide without prior notification.

Events and Activities To find out more information about Baxter Institute and its latest news, events and activities, please visit the following links Facebook:

www.facebook.com/BaxterInstitute.Melbourne

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Student Testimonials

David Fernando - Colombia What I like from Baxter, is that I could meet lots people from different places, and also Baxter Institute is very near to Flinders Station; it is good for people who have to use the tram or train. A good thing that you can find in Baxter is the teachers are very friendly with the students.They are like friends to us. In the breaks time they are always joking with everyone.

Seola - South Korea I have been in Baxter for seven months. I like the diversity of cultures that are in the classroom. You get to know people from everywhere. I also like that there are always people to help me whenever I need it.

Cheliosa - Albania This school has very good and simple program. Teachers are nice and come in to class on time. I do not have complaints about the courses, because they have covered all my expectations.They are the most prepare trainers that I have ever knew! They are really caring with the students and know everyone needs. I am very satisfy with the school and with my course!

Daniel - Italy I like the location , it is in the heart of the city and it’s easy to get here. My teachers are great, they help me to practice , and if I need to improve any area of my English they are always willing to help me and to do special activities for all students. My new friends are amazing here. I got to know people from all around the world and learn from different cultures, Here I feel like a have a big and great family!

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ESL Course Coordinator Testimonial

My name is Leigh Dwyer, and I coordinate our fantastic team of English trainers here at Baxter Institute. I taught English to all levels from kids to adults whilst living in Japan for eight years. Since coming back to Australia, I have been working with students from many different countries, and I have learnt how to help students achieve great success in their studies. I am a native English speaker, but I also speak Japanese in my home – to my wife! So I understand some of the difficulties facing students who are studying a new language, as well as how they can learn a new language quickly. I love teaching students about Australian culture, and living in Melbourne city, as well as teaching all levels of English for further studies and communication. We have a beautiful new English campus so that our students can study comfortably, and we provide very modern and professional facilities. I have seen the Baxter method lead to success for many of our students, and I hope to meet more new students at Baxter in the future...

Leigh Dwyer - Australia

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Baxter Institute Head Office/Enrolments is located at: Level 2, 228-236 Flinders Street Melbourne Victoria Australia 3000

Printed October 2012

Courses are offered at these locations: 228-236 Flinders Street Melbourne VIC Australia 3000 100 Flinders Street, Melbourne, VIC Australia 3000 63 Exhibition Street, Melbourne, VIC Australia 3000 134-136 Flinders Street, Melbourne, VIC Australia 3000 93 Queensbridge Street, Southbank, VIC Australia 3006 201 Arden Street, North Melbourne, VIC Australia 3051

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