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Diverse people, diverse learning
                            and diverse delivery will
                             ensure your success.

2020/2021
Course Guide
(International Students)

            COMMUNITY    HEALTH      PROJECT    INFORMATION
  ENGLISH
            SERCVICES   SERVICES   MANAGEMENT   TECHNOLOGY
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To deliver education by using innovative approaches in a
supportive environment, to equip our students with knowledge
and practical skills, enabling them to be an active member of the
wider community and future leaders in their chosen field.
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CONTENTS
                        NATIONAL
 CRICOS CODE                       COURSE TITLE                                                 PAGE NO.   COURSE TYPE
                        CODE
                                   ENGLISH
 086131M                           General English - Elementary                                 6          AT - NON AQF AWARD
 086132K                           General English - Pre-Intermediate                           7          AT - NON AQF AWARD
 086133J                           General English - Intermediate                               8          AT - NON AQF AWARD
 086134G                           General English - Upper Intermediate                         9          AT - NON AQF AWARD

                                   COMMUNITY, EARLY EDUCATION AND SOCIAL SERVICES
 082212J                CHC30113   Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care        11         NRT
 090551A                CHC33015   Certificate III in Individual Support                        12         NRT
 090552M                CHC43015   Certificate IV in Ageing Support                             13         NRT
 090557F                CHC43115   Certificate IV in Disability                                 14         NRT
 082213G                CHC50113   Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care                15         NRT
 090553K                CHC52015   Diploma of Community Services                                16         NRT
 090595M                CHC62015   Advanced Diploma of Community Sector Management              17         NRT

                                   HEALTH
 090550B                HLT37215   Certificate III in Pathology Collection                      19         NRT
 090556G                HLT52015   Diploma of Remedial Massage                                  20         NRT
 092297E                HLT54115   Diploma of Nursing                                           21         NRT

                                   PROJECT / PROGRAM MANAGEMENT
 088817J                BSB51415   Diploma of Project Management                                23         NRT
 099619B                BSB61218   Advanced Diploma of Program Management                       24         NRT

                                   INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
 0101579                ICT50118   Diploma of Information Technology                            26         NRT
 086730K                ICT60115   Advanced Diploma of Information Technology                   27         NRT

NRT : Nationally Recognised Training
AT Non - AQF Award: Accredited Training non AQF award

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WELCOME

WELCOME
Welcome to Southern Cross Education Institute. Our          SCEI Melbourne Campus
mission is to provide quality education programs,
                                                            SCEI currently has three campuses in Melbourne. The main campus is
premium student services and to equip all students with     conveniently located at 155-161 Boundary Road, North Melbourne.
the necessary skills that will enable them to effectively   The campus has 15 large class rooms (60-80 square metres) and
meet and surpass the challenges of the future.              is located centrally within the suburb, providing students with
                                                            a range of public transport options including bus, tram and train.
Teaching staff at Southern Cross Education Institute        Students may drive their own car as there is plenty of free street
                                                            parking available in the area. SCEI encourages students and staff
provide students with quality training in accredited and    to use bicycles to and from the Institute. Onsite bike securement
non-accredited courses; both staff and management           is available.
at SCEI are committed in helping students achieve
                                                            All classrooms are fitted with tables and chairs, whiteboard, data
their chosen qualification. Friendly administration and     projector and WiFi to aid student learning. Students are supplied
student support staff, provide students with the best       with training materials that will vary from ebooks to print books
possible environment to ensure that their learning          or printed handouts in class. Reception is on level one of the
experience is both practical and enjoyable.                 building where students can obtain information. There are four
                                                            computer rooms specifically designed to facilitate independent
                                                            study and research. Students are invited to relax between classes
                                                            in either of the two recreational areas, where they have access to a
                                                            kitchenette. A student library is available to students and staff which
                                                            is administered by reception.

                                                            Melbourne’s second multi level campus at 41 Boundary Road, North
                                                            Melbourne is a five minute walk from the main campus. Free onsite
                                                            and street parking is available. It comprises ten large classrooms,
                                                            one computer room, student kitchen and meals area.

                                                            Our third Melbourne campus was opened in June 2017. The building
                                                            is located within 9 minute walk from Flagstaff station, and 2 minute
                                Azeezur Rahaman             walk from tram stop Route 57. It is located in 52-58 Chetwynd St,
                                (Director)                  West Melbourne, VIC 3003.

       WELCOME FROM THE DIRECTOR                            SCEI Adelaide Campus

       Southern Cross Education Institute combines a fun    SCEI Adelaide campus is conveniently located at 14 - 16 Grote
       and interactive atmosphere with an energetic and     Street (entrance off Morialta Street) with access to public transport
       creative method of teaching.                         (bus and tram). The Adelaide campus occupies a 5 level building.
                                                            Each level is dedicated to specific sector with 3 plus classrooms as
       We pride ourselves in providing you, our students,   well a computer lab for students use. Students are supplied with
       with a high level of customer service, open          training materials that will vary from ebooks to textbooks printed
       communication and academic excellence. Our           handouts in class. Reception is on level two where students can
       training incorporates a one-on-one individual        obtain information. On level 5 you will find the student common
       approach to meet your needs and skill level.         room where you can relax, converse with other students and have
                                                            meal breaks. The Welfare Office is situated on level 4
       At Southern Cross Education Institute you will
       experience a relaxed learning environment with
       fellow students from all parts of the globe.

       I wish you the best of luck with your studies and
       look forward to meeting you.

       Warmest Regards
       Azeezur Rahaman (Director)

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                                                                                                 ENGLISH

                      ENGLISH
                       086131M         General English - Elementary
                       086132K         General English - Pre-Intermediate
                       086133J         General English - Intermediate
                       086134G         General English - Upper Intermediate

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GENERAL ENGLISH - ELEMENTARY

GENERAL ENGLISH
ELEMENTARY
CRICOS Code: 086131M

The aim of the General English Program,    Duration
which is student-centred and outcome-      Full time - 12 weeks
based, is to equip the students with
the skills and knowledge required to       Pathways
perform competently in their further       Upon completion of General English –
studies and to develop their confidence    Elementary the student may progress to
in communicating in English in an          General English - Pre-Intermediate.
English-speaking country.
                                           Mode of Study
The Program is structured in a planned     On Campus
and sequential manner that builds on
English levels of individuals throughout   Assessment
each of the program levels. The SCEI       Assessment is both formative and
General English Program has five           summative and includes a combination
program levels:                            of:
                                           •   Weekly mini tests
•     Beginner                             •   Mid program exam
•     Elementary                           •   Final program exam
•     Pre-Intermediate
•     Intermediate                         Entry Requirements
•     Upper Intermediate                   •    Minimum English level of an IELTS
                                                test score of 3.5 or equivalent
Each of the program levels has been             (Level 3 countries only)
designed as a stand-alone program          •    Completion of SCEI English
with clear entry and exit points.               Placement Test with a score
Students will be assessed upon                  between 20 - 39
application to determine their existing    •    18 years of age or a successful
English language proficiency. This will         completion of GE Beginner level
determine which program level they              course
will be enrolled in. Upon successful
completion of the program level they       Please Note
are enrolled in the student may exit at    •    All new students MUST complete
that point or continue their General            the SCEI English Placement Test
English studies by enrolling in the next   •    Entry into the course is
program level.                                  determined by the student’s
                                                score of the English Placement Test

                                           Campus Available
                                           Melbourne

Topics Covered
•     People                               •    Journeys
•     Possessions                          •    Appearance
•     Places                               •    Films & The Arts
•     Free Time                            •    Science
•     Food                                 •    Tourism
•     Money                                •    The Earth

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                                                                                        GENERAL ENGLISH - PRE-INTERMEDIATE
                                                                                                              COURSE NAME

GENERAL ENGLISH
PRE-INTERMEDIATE
CRICOS Code: 086132K

The aim of the General English             Duration
Program, which is student-centred          Full time - 12 weeks
and outcome-based, is to equip the
students with the skills and knowledge     Pathways
required to perform competently in         Upon completion of General English - Pre-
their further studies and to develop       Intermediate the student may progress to
their confidence in communicating in       General English - Intermediate.
English in an English-speaking country.
                                           Mode of Study
The Program is structured in a planned     On Campus
and sequential manner that builds on
English levels of individuals throughout   Assessment
each of the program levels. The SCEI       Assessment is both formative and
General English Program has five           summative and includes a combination
program levels:                            of:
                                           •    Weekly mini tests
•     Beginner                             •    Mid program exam
•     Elementary                           •    Final program exam
•     Pre-Intermediate
•     Intermediate                         Entry Requirements
•     Upper Intermediate                   •    Minimum English level of IELTS
                                                4.0 or equivalent (Level 3
Each of the program levels has been             countries only)
designed as a stand-alone program          •    Completion of SCEI English
with clear entry and exit points.               Placement Test with a score
Students will be assessed upon                  between 40 – 59
application to determine their existing    •    18 years of age or a successful
English language proficiency. This will         completion of GE Elementary
determine which program level they              level course
will be enrolled in. Upon successful
completion of the program level they       Please Note
are enrolled in the student may exit at    •    All new students MUST complete
that point or continue their General            the SCEI English Placement Test
English studies by enrolling in the next   •    Entry into the course is
program level.                                  determined by the student’s
                                                score of the English Placement Test

                                           Campus Available
                                           Melbourne

Topics Covered
•     Health                               •    Work
•     Competitions                         •    Technology
•     Transport                            •    Language & Learning
•     Adventure                            •    Travel & Holidays
•     Environment                          •    History
•     Stages in Life                       •    Nature

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GENERAL ENGLISH - INTERMEDIATE

GENERAL ENGLISH
INTERMEDIATE
CRICOS Code: 086133J

The aim of the General English             Duration
Program, which is student-centred          Full time - 12 weeks
and outcome-based, is to equip the
students with the skills and knowledge     Pathways
required to perform competently in         Upon completion of General English
their further studies and to develop       - Intermediate the student may
their confidence in communicating in       progress to General English - Upper
English in an English-speaking country.    Intermediate.

The Program is structured in a planned     Mode of Study
and sequential manner that builds on       On Campus
English levels of individuals throughout
each of the program levels. The SCEI       Assessment
General English Program has five           Assessment is both formative and
program levels:                            summative and includes a combination
                                           of:
•     Beginner                             •   Weekly mini tests
•     Elementary                           •   Mid program exam
•     Pre-Intermediate                     •   Final program exam
•     Intermediate
•     Upper Intermediate                   Entry Requirements
                                           •    Minimum English level of IELTS 4.5
Each of the program levels has been             or equivalent (Level 3 countries
designed as a stand-alone program               only)
with clear entry and exit points.          •    Completion of SCEI English
Students will be assessed upon                  Placement Test with a score
application to determine their existing         between 60 – 79
English language proficiency. This will    •    18 years of age or a successful
determine which program level they              completion of GE Pre-intermediate
will be enrolled in. Upon successful            level course
completion of the program level they       Please Note
are enrolled in the student may exit at    •    All new students MUST complete
that point or continue their General            the SCEI English Placement Test
English studies by enrolling in the next   •    Entry into the course is
program level.                                  determined by the student’s
                                                score of the English Placement Test

                                           Campus Available
                                           Melbourne

Topics Covered
•     Colour                               •    Living Space
•     Performance                          •    Weird News
•     Water                                •    Trade
•     Opportunities                        •    No Limits
•     Travel                               •    Connections
•     Wellbeing                            •    Experts

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                                                                                   GENERAL ENGLISH - UPPER COURSE
                                                                                                           INTERMEDIATE
                                                                                                                  NAME

GENERAL ENGLISH
UPPER INTERMEDIATE
CRICOS Code: 086134G

The aim of the General English             Duration
Program, which is student-centred          Full time - 12 weeks
and outcome-based, is to equip the         Pathways
students with the skills and knowledge     Upon completion of General English -
required to perform competently in         Upper Intermediate the student may
their further studies and to develop       progress to a Nationally Recognised
their confidence in communicating in       Training course at Certificate III or
English in an English-speaking country.    Certificate IV level.

The Program is structured in a planned     Mode of Study
and sequential manner that builds on       On Campus
English levels of individuals throughout   Assessment
each of the program levels. The SCEI       Assessment is both formative and
General English Program has five           summative and includes a combination
program levels:                            of:
                                           •   Weekly mini tests
•     Beginner                             •   Mid program exam
•     Elementary                           •   Final program exam
•     Pre-Intermediate                     Entry Requirements
•     Intermediate                         •    Minimum English level of IELTS
•     Upper Intermediate                        5.0 or equivalent (Level 3
                                                countries only)
Each of the program levels has been        •    Completion of SCEI English
designed as a stand-alone program               Placement Test with a score
with clear entry and exit points.               between 80 – 100
Students will be assessed upon             •    18 years of age or a successful
application to determine their existing         completion of GE Intermediate
English language proficiency. This will         level course
determine which program level they
                                           Please Note
will be enrolled in. Upon successful
                                           •   All students MUST complete the
completion of the program level they
                                               SCEI English Placement Test
are enrolled in the student may exit at
                                           •   Entry into the course is
that point or continue their General
                                               determined by the student’s
English studies by enrolling in the next
                                               score of the English Placement
program level.
                                               Test
                                           Campus Available
                                           Melbourne

Topics Covered
•     Relationships                        •   Natural Resources
•     Storytelling                         •   The News
•     Science & Technology                 •   Talented People
•     Art & Creativity                     •   Customs & Behaviour
•     Development                          •   Knowledge & Learning
•     Alternative Travel                   •   The Economy

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            COMMUNITY, EARLY
            EDUCATION AND SOCIAL
            SERVICES
             082212J       CHC30113        Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care
             090551A       CHC33015        Certificate III in Individual Support
             090552M       CHC43015        Certificate IV in Ageing Support
             090557F       CHC43115        Certificate IV in Disability
             082213G       CHC50113        Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care
             090553K       CHC52015        Diploma of Community Services
             090595M       CHC62015        Advanced Diploma of Community Sector Management

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                                                                               CHC30113 CERTIFICATE III IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CARE

CHC30113 CERTIFICATE III
IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CARE
CRICOS Code: 082212J

This qualification reflects the role of                Assessment
workers in a range of early childhood                  Assessment is both formative and
education settings who work within                     summative and may include a
the requirements of the Education and                  combination of questioning, projects,
Care Services National Regulations                     case scenarios, research, observation
and the National Quality Standard.                     in the workplace.
They support the implementation of
an approved learning framework, and                    Entry Requirements
support children’s wellbeing, learning                 •    Successful completion of Year 11
and development. Depending on the                           or the equivalent level of study
setting, educators may work under                      •    Minimum English level of IELTS
direct supervision or autonomously.                         5.5 or equivalent. Candidates
                                                            originating from student visa
Duration                                                    assessment levels 1 and 2 without
Full time - 46 weeks                                        the required IELTS score can
                                                            undertake Language, Literacy
Work Placement Hours                                        and Numeracy Indicator Test.
160 Hours                                                   For information on student
                                                            visa assessment levels, refer to
Mode of Study                                               Department of Home Affairs
On Campus                                                   (https://www.homeaffairs.gov.
                                                            au/)
Further Study Pathways                                 •    Applicants must also be aged 18
After achieving this Certificate III                        or above
qualification, individuals may continue
their studies in CHC50113 Diploma of                   Additional Requirements
Early Childhood Education and Care.                    •   National Police Record Check and/
                                                           or Police clearance from country
Employment Opportunities                                   of residence (home country)
This course may provide employment                     •   Working with Children Check
opportunities in centre-based care,                    •   Moderate level of computer
occasional care, out of school hour’s                      literacy required
care and family day care.
Job roles include:                                     Campus Available
•    Early childhood educator                         Melbourne
•     Playgroup supervisor
•     Family day care worker
•     Nanny
•     Childhood education assistant

Units of Competency
CHCLEG001             Work legally and ethically                                        HLTAID004   Provide an emergency first aid response in an education and
CHCECE001             Develop cultural competence                                                   care setting
CHCECE002             Ensure the health and safety of children                          HLTWHS001   Participate in workplace health and safety
CHCECE003             Provide care for children                                         CHCDIV002   Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety
CHCECE004             Promote and provide healthy food and drinks                       CHCECE021   Implement strategies for the inclusion of all children
CHCECE005             Provide care for babies and toddlers                              CHCDIV001   Work with diverse people
CHCECE007             Develop positive and respectful relationships with children       CHCECE006   Support behaviour of children and young people
CHCECE009             Use an approved learning framework to guide practice
CHCECE010             Support the holistic development of children in early childhood
CHCECE011             Provide experiences to support children’s play and learning
CHCECE013             Use information about children to inform practice
CHCPRT001             Identify and respond to children and young people at risk

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CHC33015 CERTIFICATE III IN INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT

CHC33015 CERTIFICATE III
IN INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT
CRICOS Code: 090551A

This qualification reflects the role             Assessment
of workers in the community and/                 Assessment is both formative and
or residential setting who follow an             summative and may include a
individualised plan to provide person-           combination of questioning, projects,
centred support to people who may                case scenarios, research, observation in
require support due to ageing, disability        the workplace.
or some other reason. Work involves
using discretion and judgement in                Entry Requirements
relation to individual support as well as        To ensure an appropriate learning
taking responsibility for own outputs.           opportunity, candidates need to
Workers have a range of factual,                 demonstrate a capacity to undertake
technical and procedural knowledge, as           study at Certificate III level, this can
well as some theoretical knowledge of            be demonstrated via the following:
the concepts and practices required to           •    Successful completion of Year 11 or
provide person-centred support.                       the equivalent level of study
                                                 •    Minimum English level of IELTS
Duration                                              5.5 or equivalent. Candidates
Full time - 44 weeks                                  originating from student visa
                                                      assessment levels 1 and 2 without
Work Placement Hours                                  the required IELTS score can
160 Hours                                             undertake Language, Literacy
                                                      and Numeracy Indicator Test.
Mode of Study                                         For information on student
On Campus                                             visa assessment levels, refer to
                                                      Department of Home Affairs
Further Study Pathways                                (https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/)
Completion of CHC33015 Certificate               •    Applicants must be aged 18 or
III in Individual Support, students may               above
continue their studies by enrolling in the
following course at a:                           Additional Requirements
•       CHC43015 Certificate IV in Ageing        •    National Police Record Check and/
        Support                                       or Police clearance from country of
•       CHC43115 Certificate IV in Disability         residence (home country)
•       HLT54115 Diploma of Nursing              •    Aged care sector screening
                                                      clearance
Employment Opportunities                         •    Moderate level of computer literacy
The following employment opportunities                required
are available to students who complete           Campus Available
this qualification:                              Melbourne
•     Aged care worker

Units of Competency
CHCCCS015          Provide individualised support
CHCCCS023          Support Independence and well being
CHCCOM005          Communicate and work in health or community services
CHCDIV001          Work with diverse people
CHCLEG001          Work legally and ethically
HLTAAP001          Recognise healthy body systems
HLTWHS002          Follow safe work practices for direct client care
CHCAGE002          Implement falls prevention strategies
HLTAID003          Provide First Aid
CHCAGE001          Facilitate the empowerment of older people
CHCAGE005          Provide support to people living with dementia
CHCCCS011          Meet personal support needs
CHCCCS025          Support relationships with carers and families

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CHC43015 CERTIFICATE IV
IN AGEING SUPPORT
CRICOS Code: 090552M

This qualification reflects the role                  Assessment
of support workers who complete                       Assessment is both formative
specialised tasks and functions in aged               and summative and may include
services; either in residential, home                 a combination of Questioning,
or community based environments.                      Skills Assessment, Industry Work
Workers will take responsibility for their            Placement, Scenario, Case Study,
own outputs within defined organisation               Project and Research.
guidelines and maintain quality service
delivery through the development,                     Entry Requirements
facilitation and review of individualised             To ensure an appropriate learning
service planning and delivery.                        opportunity, candidates need to
                                                      demonstrate a capacity to undertake
Duration                                              study at Certificate IV level, this can be
Full time - 60 weeks                                  demonstrated via the following:
                                                      •    Successful completion of Year 11 or
Work Placement Hours                                       the equivalent level of study
160 Hours                                             •    Minimum English level of IELTS
                                                           5.5 or equivalent. Candidates
Mode of Study                                              originating from student visa
On Campus                                                  assessment levels 1 and 2 without
                                                           the required IELTS score can
Further Study Pathways                                     undertake Language, Literacy
After achieving CHC43015 Certificate                       and Numeracy Indicator Test.
IV in Ageing Support, students may                         For information on student
continue their studies by enrolling in the                 visa assessment levels, refer to
following course:                                          Department of Home Affairs
•     HLT54115 Diploma of Nursing                          (https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/)
                                                      •    Applicants must also be aged 18 or
                                                           above
Employment Opportunities                              Additional Requirements
The following employment opportunities                •    National Police Record Check and/
are available to students who complete                     or Police clearance from country of
this qualification:                                        residence (home country)
•     Aged Care Activity Worker                       •    Aged care sector screening
•     Care Service Team Leader                             clearance
•     Care Supervisor (Aged Care)                     •    Moderate level of computer literacy
                                                           required

                                                      Campus Available
                                                      Melbourne, Adelaide

Units of Competency
CHCADV001             Facilitate the interests and rights of clients                 HLTAAP001      Recognise healthy body systems
CHCAGE001             Facilitate the empowerment of older people                     HLTWHS002      Follow safe work practices for direct client care
CHCAGE003             Coordinate services for older people                           HLTAID003      Provide First Aid
CHCAGE004             Implement interventions with older people at risk              CHCAGE002      Implement falls prevention strategies
CHCAGE005             Provide support to people living with dementia                 CHCCOM005      Communicate and work in health or community services
CHCCCS006             Facilitate individual service planning and delivery
CHCCCS011             Meet personal support needs
CHCCCS023             Support independence and wellbeing
CHCCCS025             Support relationships with carers and families
CHCDIV001             Work with diverse people
CHCLEG003             Manage legal and ethical compliance
CHCPAL001             Deliver care services using a palliative approach
CHCPRP001             Develop and maintain networks and collaborative partnerships

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CHC43115 CERTIFICATE IV IN DISABILITY

CHC43115 CERTIFICATE IV
IN DISABILITY
CRICOS Code: 090557F

This qualification reflects the role               Assessment
of workers in a range of community                 Assessment is both formative and
settings and clients’ homes, who                   summative and may include a
provide training and support in a                  combination of questioning, case
manner that empowers people with                   scenarios, projects, skills assessment
disabilities to achieve greater levels of          and observation in the workplace.
independence, selfreliance, community
participation and wellbeing. Workers               Entry Requirements
promote a person-centred approach,                 To ensure an appropriate learning
work without direct supervision and                opportunity, candidates need to
may be required to supervise and/or                demonstrate a capacity to undertake
coordinate a small team.                           study at Certificate IV level, this can be
                                                   demonstrated via the following:
Duration                                           •    Successful completion of Year 11
Full time - 56 weeks                                     or above.
                                                   •     Minimum English level of IELTS
Work Placement Hours                                      5.5 or equivalent. Candidates
160 Hours                                                 originating from student visa
                                                          assessment levels 1 and 2 without
Mode of Study                                             the required IELTS score can
On Campus                                                 undertake Language, Literacy
                                                          and Numeracy Indicator Test.
Further Study Pathways                                    For information on student
After achieving this Certificate IV                       visa assessment levels, refer to
qualification, individuals may continue                   Department of Home Affairs
their studies in HLT54115 Diploma of                      (https://www.homeaffairs.gov.
Nursing                                                   au/)
                                                   •      Applicants must also be aged 18
Employment Opportunities                                  or above
This course may provide you with
employment opportunities in                        Additional Requirements
residential or community settings with             •   National Police Record Check and/
people with disabilities in a direct care              or Police clearance from country
role.                                                  of residence (home country)
Job roles may include:                             •   Disability services / vulnerably
•     Disability officer - day support                 people related screening
•     Disability support officer / worker          •   Moderate level of computer
•     Senior personal care assistant                   literacy required

                                                   Campus Available
                                                   Melbourne, Adelaide

Units of Competency
CHCCCS015         Provide individualised support                                   HLTAID003    Provide first aid
CHCDIS002         Follow established person-centred behaviour supports             CHCCCS006    Facilitate individual service planning and delivery
CHCDIS005         Develop and provide person-centred service responses             CHCDIS004    Communicate using augmentative and alternative
CHCDIS007         Facilitate the empowerment of people with disability                          communication strategies
CHCDIS008         Facilitate community participation and social inclusion
CHCDIS009         Facilitate ongoing skills development using a person-centred
                  approach
CHCDIS010         Provide person-centred services to people with disability with
                  complex needs
CHCDIV001         Work with diverse people
CHCLEG003         Manage legal and ethical compliance
HLTAAP001         Recognise healthy body systems
HLTWHS002         Follow safe work practices for direct client care

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                                                                                                                                                COURSE
                                                                                                                                                    AND NAME
                                                                                                                                                        CARE

CHC50113 DIPLOMA OF
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CARE
CRICOS Code: 082213G

This qualification reflects the role of early                  Assessment
childhood educators who are responsible                        Assessment is both formative and
for designing and implementing                                 summative and may include a
curriculum in early childhood education                        combination of Questioning, Skills
and care services. In doing so they work                       Assessment, Industry Work Placement,
to implement an approved learning                              Scenario, Case Study, Role Play, Project,
framework within the requirements                              Research and Report.
of the Education and Care Services
National Regulations and the National                          Entry Requirements
Quality Standard. They may have                                •    Successful completion of Year 12 or
responsibility for supervision of                                   the equivalent level of study
volunteers or other staff.                                     •    Minimum English level of IELTS
                                                                    5.5 or equivalent. Candidates
Duration                                                            originating from student visa
Full time - 104 weeks                                               assessment levels 1 and 2 without
                                                                    the required IELTS score can
Work Placement Hours                                                undertake Language, Literacy
360 Hours                                                           and Numeracy Indicator Test.
                                                                    For information on student
Mode of Study                                                       visa assessment levels, refer to
On Campus                                                           Department of Home Affairs
                                                                    (https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/)
Further Study Pathways                                         •    Applicants must also be aged 18 or
After achieving this Diploma qualification,                         above
individuals may continue their studies in
an early childhood education degree at                         Additional Requirements
higher education. Credits and articulation                     •    National Police Record Check and/
pathways may apply.                                                 or Police clearance from country of
                                                                    residence (home country)
Employment Opportunities                                       •    Working with Children Check
This course may provide employment                             •    Moderate level of computer literacy
opportunities in long day care, occasional                          required
care, family day care, pre-schools and
kindergartens. Job roles include:                              Campus Available
•     Children’s services coordinator                          Melbourne, Adelaide
•     Centre manager (children’s services)
•      Childhood educator
•      Group/team coordinator/leader
       (children’s services)
•      Children’s adviser
•      Program leader (children’s services)

Units of Competency
CHCLEG001             Work legally and ethically                                                          CHCECE024   Design and implement the curriculum to foster children’s learning and
CHCECE001             Develop cultural competence                                                                     development
CHCECE002             Ensure the health and safety of children                                            CHCECE025   Embed sustainable practices in service operations
CHCECE003             Provide care for children                                                           CHCECE026   Work in partnership with families to provide appropriate education and care
CHCECE004             Promote and provide healthy food and drinks                                                     for children
CHCECE005             Provide care for babies and toddlers                                                CHCPRT001   Identify and respond to children and young people at risk
CHCECE007             Develop positive and respectful relationships with children                         HLTAID004   Provide an emergency first aid response in an education and care setting
CHCECE009             Use an approved learning framework to guide practice                                CHCPRP003   Reflect on and improve own professional practice
CHCECE016             Establish and maintain a safe and healthy environment for children                  HLTWHS003   Maintain work health and safety
CHCECE017             Foster the holistic development and wellbeing of the child in early childhood       CHCDIV001   Work with diverse people
CHCECE018             Nurture creativity in children                                                      CHCDIV002   Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety
CHCECE019             Facilitate compliance in an education and care service                              CHCPOL003   Research and apply evidence to practice
CHCECE020             Establish and implement plans for developing cooperative behaviour                  CHCPOL002   Develop an implement policy
CHCECE021             Implement strategies for the inclusion of all children                              BSBLED401   Develop teams and individuals
CHCECE022             Promote children’s agency
CHCECE023             Analyse information to inform learning

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CHC52015 DIPLOMA OF
COMMUNITY SERVICES
CRICOS Code: 090553K

This qualification reflects the roles of          Entry Requirements                           •      Applicants must also be aged 18 or
community services, case management               To ensure an appropriate learning                   above
and social housing workers involved               opportunity, candidates need to
in the managing, co-ordinating and/or             demonstrate a capacity to undertake          Additional Requirements
delivering of person-centred services             study at Diploma level, this can be          •   National Police Record Check and/
to individuals, groups and communities            demonstrated via the following:                  or Police clearance from country of
                                                  •    Successful completion of Year 12           residence (home country)
Duration                                                or the equivalent level of study       •   Child - related and/or disability
Full time – 104 weeks                             •     Minimum English level of IELTS             services and/or aged care services
                                                        5.5 or equivalent. Candidates              and /or vulnerably person related
Work Placement Hours                                    originating from student visa              screening
400 Hours                                               assessment levels 1 and 2 without      •   Moderate level of computer literacy
                                                        the required IELTS score can               required
Mode of Study                                           undertake Language, Literacy
On Campus                                               and Numeracy Indicator Test.           Campus Available
                                                        For information on student             Melbourne, Adelaide
Further Study Pathways                                  visa assessment levels, refer to
After achieving this Diploma course,                    Department of Home Affairs
students may continue their studies                     (https://www.homeaffairs.gov.
by enrolling in the: CHC62015                           au/)
Advanced Diploma of Community
Sector Management.

Employment Opportunities
The following employment
opportunities are available to students
who complete this qualification:
•    Welfare support worker
•    Community service case worker
•    Community service case manager

Assessment
Assessment is both formative and
summative and may include a
combination of Questioning, Skills
Assessment, Industry Work Placement,
Scenario, Case Study, Role Play,
Project, Research and Report.

Units of Competency
CHCCCS007        Develop and implement services programs                           CHCCSL001       Establish and confirm the counselling relationship
CHCCOM003        Develop workplace communication strategies                        CHCCDE007       Develop and provide community projects
CHCDEV002        Analyse impacts of sociological factors on clients in community   CHCADV002       Provide advocacy and representation services
                 work and services                                                 CHCCCS019       Recognise and respond to crisis situations
CHCDIV003        Manage and promote diversity
CHCLEG003        Manage legal and ethical compliance
CHCMGT005        Facilitate workplace debriefing and support processes
CHCPRP003        Reflect on and improve own professional practice
HLTWHS004        Manage work health and safety
CHCDEV001        Confirm client developmental status
CHCCSM005        Develop, facilitate and review all aspects of case management
CHCCCS004        Assess co-existing needs
CHCCDE011        Implement community development strategies

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CHC62015 ADVANCED DIPLOMA OF
COMMUNITY SECTOR MANAGEMENT
CRICOS Code: 090595M

This qualification reflects the role of                        Bachelor Degrees:                             undertake Language, Literacy,
workers who are middle managers or                             •   Bachelor of Community Services            and Numeracy Indicator Test.
managers across a range of community                           •   Bachelor of Social Science                For more information on student
sector organisations. These people work                        •   Bachelor of Community Welfare             visa assessment levels, refer to
independently and report to executive                                                                        the Department of Home Affairs
management, directors or boards of                             Employment Opportunities                      (https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/)
management. They undertake a range                             Graduates of this course will have        •   Completion of Diploma of Nursing,
of functions requiring the application of                      employment opportunities in a range           Diploma of Community Services,
knowledge and skills to achieve results                        of community sector organisations e.g.        Diploma of Counselling, Diploma of
in line with the organisation’s goals and                      aged care, early childhood services,          Early Childhood, Diploma of Project
strategic directions.                                          disability services. Roles may include:       Management or Diploma of Mental
                                                               •    Centre manager                           Health before commencing this
At this level, workers have responsibility                     •    Community care manager                   Advanced Diploma program, OR
for planning and monitoring service                            •    Community services manager           •   Current work experience in a
delivery, recruitment and performance                          •    Program area manager                     related industry supported by
management of other paid or unpaid                             •    Manager                                  evidence of employment and
workers, managing risk and contributing                        •    Coordinator                              position description
to continuous improvement within
the scope of their specific role. This                         Assessment                                Additional Requirements
may include management of a specific                           Assessment is both formative and          •   National Police Record Check
programs or project, or broader                                summative and may include a               •   Child - related and/or disability
management of a community-based                                combination of Questioning, Project,          services and/or aged care services
organisation, early childhood education                        Third Party Report, Scenario, Work            and /or vulnerably person related
service, not-for-profit organisation or                        Placement Activities, Portfolio and           screening
community centre.                                              Report.                                   •   Moderate level of computer
                                                                                                             literacy required
Duration                                                       Entry Requirements
Full time - 66 weeks                                           To ensure an appropriate learning         Campus Available
                                                               opportunity, candidates need to           Melbourne, Adelaide
Work Placement Hours                                           demonstrate a capacity to undertake
200 Hours                                                      study at Advanced Diploma level, this
                                                               can be demonstrated via the following:
Mode of Study                                                  •    Applicants must be aged 18 or
On Campus                                                           above
                                                               •    Minimum English level of IELTS
Further Study Pathways                                              5.5 or equivalent. Candidates
Completion of this course provides a                                originating from student visa
pathway for further study into a relevant                           assessment levels 1 and 2 without
Bachelor Degree. Examples of relevant                               the required IELTS score can

Units of Competency
CHCDIV003             Manage and promote diversity
CHCLEG003             Manage legal and ethical compliance
CHCMGT001             Develop, implement and review quality framework
CHCMGT003             Lead the work team
BSBFIM601             Manage finances
BSBINN601             Lead and manage organisational change
BSBMGT608             Manage innovation and continuous improvement
BSBRSK501             Manage risk
CHCPOL003             Research and apply evidence to practice
CHCPRP003             Reflect on and improve own professional practice
CHCMGT005             Facilitate workplace debriefing and support processes
CHCPOL002             Develop and implement policy
CHCPRP004             Promote and present the service

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             HEALTH
             090550B         HLT37215   Certificate III in Pathology Collection
             090556G         HLT52015   Diploma of Remedial Massage
             092297E         HLT54115   Diploma of Nursing

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HLT37215 CERTIFICATE III
IN PATHOLOGY COLLECTION
CRICOS Code: 090550B

This qualification reflects the role of                      Entry Requirements
pathology collectors. Workers in this role                   To ensure an appropriate learning
follow known routines and procedures,                        opportunity, candidates need to
taking responsibility for their own                          demonstrate a capacity to undertake
work under general supervision. They                         study at Certificate III level, this can be
combine communication, customer                              demonstrated via the following:
service and technical skills, and use                        •    Successful completion of Year 11
discretion and judgment to adapt and                               or the equivalent level of study
transfer their skills to different situations.               •     Minimum English level of IELTS
                                                                    5.5 or equivalent. Candidates
Duration                                                            originating from student visa
Full time - 32 weeks                                                assessment levels 1 and 2 without
                                                                    the required IELTS score can
Work Placement Hours                                                undertake Language, Literacy
35 Hours                                                            and Numeracy Indicator Test.
                                                                    For more information on student
Mode of Study                                                       visa assessment levels, refer to
On Campus                                                           Department of Home Affairs
                                                                    (https://www.homeaffairs.gov.
Further Study Pathways                                              au/)
Completion of HLT37215 Certificate III                       •      Applicants must also be aged 18
in Pathology Collection, students may                               or above
continue their studies by enrolling in the
following course:                                            Additional Requirements
•    HLT54115 Diploma of Nursing                             •   National Police Record Check and/
                                                                 or Police clearance from country
Employment Opportunities                                         of residence (home country)
The following employment opportunities                       •   Working with Children Check
are available to students who complete                       •   Immunisation records
this qualification:                                          •   Moderate level of computer
•     Pathology collector                                        literacy required
                                                             •   Record of vaccinations (from
Assessment                                                       home country)
Assessment is both formative
and summative and may include                                Campus Available
a combination of Questioning,                                Melbourne
Skills Assessment, Industry Work
Placement, Scenario, Report,
Project and Role Play.

Units of Competency
CHCCOM005             Communicate and work in health or community services
CHCDIV001             Work with diverse people
HLTINF001             Comply with infection prevention and control policies and procedures
HLTPAT001             Identify and respond to clinical risks in pathology collection
HLTPAT002             Perform venous blood collections
HLTPAT004             Collect pathology specimens other than blood
HLTWHS001             Participate in work health and safety
BSBCUS201             Deliver a service to customers
BSBMED301             Interpret and apply medical terminology appropriately
HLTPAT003             Perform capillary collection
HLTAID003             Provide first aid
HLTCAR001             Perform electrocardiology (ECG)
HLTPAT006             Receive, prepare and dispatch pathology specimens
HLTAAP001             Recognise healthy body systems

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HLT52015NAME
         DIPLOMA OFREMEDIAL MASSAGE

HLT52015 DIPLOMA OF
REMEDIAL MASSAGE
CRICOS Code: 090556G

This qualification reflects the role of                   To ensure an appropriate learning
remedial massage therapists who work                      opportunity, candidates need to
with clients presenting with soft tissue                  demonstrate a capacity to undertake
dysfunction, musculoskeletal imbalance                    study at Diploma level, this can be
or restrictions in range of motion (ROM).                 demonstrated via the following:
Practitioners may be self-employed or                     •    Successful completion of Year 12
work within a larger health service.                           or the equivalent level of study
                                                          •    Minimum English level of IELTS
Duration                                                        5.5 or equivalent. Candidates
Full time - 77 weeks                                            originating from student visa
                                                                assessment levels 1 and 2 without
Clinical Practice                                               the required IELTS score can
200 Hours                                                       undertake Language, Literacy
                                                                and Numeracy Indicator Test.
Mode of Study                                                   For more information on student
On Campus                                                       visa assessment levels, refer to
                                                                Department of Home Affairs
Further Study Pathways                                          (https://www.homeaffairs.gov.
After achieving HLT52015 Diploma                                au/)
of Remedial Massage, students may                         •     Applicants must also be aged 18
continue their studies by enrolling in the                      or above
following course:
•    HLT54115 Diploma of Nursing                          Additional Requirements
•    Bachelor of Health Science (Clinical                •   National Police Record Check and/
      Myotherapy)                                             or Police clearance from country
                                                              of residence (home country)
Employment Opportunities                                  •   Working with Children Check
The following employment opportunities                    •   Moderate level of computer
are available to students who complete                        literacy required
this qualification:
•     Remedial Massage Therapist                          Campus Available
                                                          Melbourne
Assessment
Assessment is both formative and
summative and may include a
combination of Questioning, Skills
Assessment, Industry Work Placement,
Scenario, Role Play, Project and Report.
Entry Requirements

Units of Competency
CHCCOM006           Establish and manage client relationships                          HLTMSG008    Monitor and evaluate remedial massage treatments
CHCDIV001           Work with diverse people                                           HLTWHS004    Manage work health and safety
CHCLEG003           Manage legal and ethical compliance                                BSBSMB404    Undertake small business planning
CHCPRP003           Reflect on and improve own professional practice                   HLTAAP002    Confirm physical health status
CHCPRP005           Engage with health professionals and the health system             CHCCCS001    Adress the needs of people with chronic disease
HLTAAP003           Analyse and respond to client health information                   HLTMSG007    Adapt remedial massage practice for athletes
HLTAID003           Provide first aid                                                  HLTHPS010    Interpret and use information about nutrition and diet
HLTINF004           Manage the prevention and control of infection
HLTMSG001           Develop massage practice
HLTMSG002           Assess client massage needs
HLTMSG003           Perform remedial massage musculoskeletal assessments
HLTMSG004           Provide massage treatments
HLTMSG005           Provide remedial massage treatments
HLTMSG006           Adapt remedial massage practice to meet specific

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                                                                                                                                              COURSE
                                                                                                                                                OF NURSING
                                                                                                                                                     NAME

HLT54115
DIPLOMA OF NURSING
CRICOS Code: 092297E

This qualification reflects the role of an                            Entry Requirements
enrolled nurse working under supervision of a                         To ensure an appropriate learning opportunity, prospective students would need to
registered nurse. This qualification covers the                       demonstrate a capacity to undertake study at Diploma level. This can be demonstrated via the
application of skills and knowledge required                          following:
to provide nursing care for people across the                         •    Aged 18 years or above
health sector. A lifespan approach should                             •    Successful completion of Year 12 or the equivalent level of study OR
underpin this qualification with relevant                             •    Completion of a relevant Australian Certificate III or IV qualification e.g. Aged Care, Health
competencies that relate to the different stages                           Services Assistance
of life identified within the units.                                  •    Meet the entry criteria set by the Australian Nursing an Midwifery Accreditation Council
                                                                           which states that all All students entering this course must demonstrate they have
Duration                                                                   achieved the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) a specified level of English
Full time - 80 weeks                                                       language skills, prior to commencing the course. For more information please refer to
                                                                           https://www.nursingmidwiferyboard.gov.au/registration-standards/english-language-skills.
Work Placement Hours                                                       aspx
400 Hours
                                                                      English Language Requirements:
Mode of Study                                                         •    English is the students primary language: supported by evidence of completion of at least
On Campus                                                                  six (6) years of primary and secondary education taught and assessed in English in one of
                                                                           the recognised countries*, OR
Further Study Pathways                                                •    The student has achieve the required minimum scores in one of the following
After achieving HLT54115 Diploma of Nursing,                               English language tests:
students may continue their studies by                                      •    IELTS (academic module) with a minimum overall score of 7 and a minimum score of
enrolling in the following course:                                               7 in each of the four components (listening, reading, writing and speaking), OR
•    HLT64115 Advanced Diploma of Nursing                                   •    Evidence of OET with a minimum score of B in each of the four components
•    Bachelor of Nursing (at a higher education                                  (listening, reading, writing and speaking), OR
     provider or University)                                                •    Evidence of PTE Academic with a minimum overall score of 65 and a minimum
                                                                                 score of 65 in each of the four communicative skills (listening, reading, writing and
Employment Opportunities                                                         speaking), OR
The following employment opportunities                                      •    TOEFL iBT with a minimum total score of 94 and the following minimum score in
are available to students who complete this                                      each section of the test: 24 for listening, 24 for reading, 27 for writing, and 23 for
qualification:                                                                   speaking.
•    Registered Enrolled Nurse
                                                                      Additional Requirements
Assessment                                                            •    National Police Record Check and/or Police clearance from country of residence (home country)
Assessment is both formative and                                      •    Working with Children Check
summative may include a combination                                   •    Immunisation record
of: Questioning, Scenarios, Role Exams, Case                          •    Undertake SCEI approved Numeracy Test to Identify level of support (on arrival in Australia, prior
studies, Projects, Practical Skills Classes and                            to commencing semester 2)
Workshops and Observation in the workplace.                           •    Attend an interview with the Nursing Course Coordinator and nursing trainer (on arrival in
                                                                           Australia)
Campus Available
Melbourne, Adelaide                                                   *Recognised country means one of the following: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Republic of Ireland,
                                                                      South Africa, United Kingdom, United States of America

Units of Competency
CHCDIV001             Work with diverse people                                                  HLTENN011          Implement and monitor care for a person with acute health problems
CHCDIV002             Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety          HLTENN012          Implement and monitor care for a person with chronic health problems
CHCPRP003             Reflect on and improve own professional practice                          HLTENN013          Implement and monitor care of the older person
HLTAAP002             Confirm physical health status                                            HLTENN015          Apply nursing practice in the primary health care setting
HLTAAP003             Analyse and respond to client health information                          HLTINF001          Comply with infection prevention and control policies and procedures
HLTENN001             Practise nursing within the Australian health care system                 HLTWHS002          Follow safe work practices for direct client care
HLTENN002             Apply communication skills in nursing practice                            HLTENN025          Implement and monitor care for a person with diabetes
HLTENN003             Perform clinical assessment and contribute to planning nursing care       HLTENN010          Apply a palliative approach in nursing practice
HLTENN004             Implement, monitor and evaluate nursing care plans                        CHCPOL003          Research and apply evidence to practice
HLTENN005             Contribute to nursing care of a person with complex needs                 BSBWOR404          Develop work priorities
HLTENN006             Apply principles of wound management in the clinical environment          HLTAID003          Provide First Aid
HLTENN007             Administer and monitor medicines and intravenous therapy
HLTENN008             Apply legal and ethical parameters to nursing practice
HLTENN009             Implement and monitor care for a person with mental health conditions

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            PROJECT / PROGRAM
            MANAGEMENT
             088817J        BSB51415   Diploma of Project Management
             099619B        BSB61218   Advanced Diploma of Program
                                       Management

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BSB51415 DIPLOMA OF
PROJECT MANAGEMENT
CRICOS Code: 088817J

This qualification reflects the role                        •      Project leadership
of individuals who apply project                            •      Project manager
management skills and knowledge.                            •      Project coordinator
They may manage projects in a
variety of contexts, across a number
                                                            Assessment
of industry sectors. They have project
                                                            Assessment is both formative and
leadership and management roles and
                                                            summative and may include a
are responsible for achieving project
                                                            combination of projects, assignments,
objectives. They possess a sound
                                                            written assessments, role plays, case
theoretical knowledge base and use
                                                            studies and activities.
a range of specialised, technical and
managerial competencies to initiate,
                                                            Entry Requirements
plan, execute and evaluate their own
                                                            To ensure an appropriate learning opportunity,
work and/or the work of others.
                                                            candidates need to demonstrate a capacity to
                                                            undertake study at Diploma level, this can be
Duration
                                                            demonstrated via the following:
Full time - 52 weeks
                                                            •     Successful completion of Certificate
                                                                  IV in Business or equivalent
Mode of Study
                                                            •     Minimum English level of IELTS
On Campus
                                                                   5.5 or equivalent. Candidates
                                                                   originating from student visa
Further Study Pathways
                                                                   assessment levels 1 and 2 without
Completion of BSB51415 Diploma
                                                                   the required IELTS score can
of Project Management provides
                                                                   undertake Language, Literacy
a pathway for further study into
                                                                   and Numeracy Indicator Test. For
a relevant Advanced Diploma or
                                                                   more information on student
Bachelor Degree. Examples of relevant
                                                                   visa assessment levels, refer
Advanced Diploma’s or Bachelor
                                                                   to Department of Home Affairs
Degree’s include:
                                                                   (https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/)
•    BSB61218 Advanced Diploma of
                                                            •      Participants must also be aged 18
     Program Management
                                                                   or above
•    Bachelor of Applied Science
      Project Management (Honours)
                                                            Additional Requirements
•     Bachelor of Management
                                                            •   Moderate level of computer literacy
                                                                required
Employment Opportunities
Graduates of this course will have employment
                                                            Campus Available
opportunities in across a number of industry
                                                            Melbourne, Adelaide
sectors. Roles may include:

Units of Competency
BSBPMG511             Manage project scope
BSBPMG512             Manage project time
BSBPMG513             Manage project quality
BSBPMG514             Manage project cost
BSBPMG515             Manage project human resources
BSBPMG516             Manage project information and communication
BSBPMG517             Manage project risk
BSBPMG521             Manage project integration
BSBHRM513             Manage workforce planning
BSBMGT516             Facilitate continuous improvement
BSBWOR502             Lead and manage team effectiveness
BSBWOR501             Manage personal work priorities and professional development

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SOUTHERN CROSS EDUCATION INSTITUTE                                                           2020/2021 International Course Guide
BSB61218 ADVANCED DIPLOMA OF PROGRAM MANAGEMENT

BSB61218 ADVANCED DIPLOMA OF
PROGRAM MANAGEMENT
CRICOS Code: 099619B

This qualification reflects the role            Assessment is both formative and
of individuals who apply specialised            summative and may include a
knowledge and skills, together with             combination of projects, assignments,
experience in program management                written assessments, role plays, case
across a range of enterprise and                studies and activities.
industry contexts. It applies to
individuals who are program managers,           Entry Requirements
managing or directing a suite of projects       Entry to this qualification is limited to
(a program) to achieve organisational           those who:
objectives.                                     •    Have completed a Diploma of
                                                     Project Management qualification,
Duration                                             or
Full time - 52 weeks                            •    Have completed two years
                                                     equivalent full-time relevant
Mode of Study                                        workplace experience at a
On Campus                                            significant level within a project or
                                                     program environment within an
Further Study Pathways                               enterprise.
Completion of BSB61218 Advanced                 •    Participants must also be aged 18
Diploma of Program Management                        or above
provides a pathway for further study            •    Minimum English level of IELTS
into a relevant Bachelor Degree.                     5.5 or equivalent. Candidates
Examples of relevant Advanced                        originating from student visa
Diploma’s or Bachelor Degree’s include:              assessment levels 1 and 2 without
•    Bachelor of applied science Project             the required IELTS score can
     Management (Honours)                            undertake Language, Literacy
•    Bachelor of Management                          and Numeracy Indicator Test.
                                                     For information on student
Employment Opportunities                             visa assessment levels, refer
Graduates of this course will have                   to Department of Home Affairs
employment opportunities in across a                 (https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/)
number of industry sectors. Roles may
include:                                        Additional Requirements
•    Project leadership                         •   Moderate level of computer literacy
•    Project manager                                required
•    Project coordinator
                                                Campus Available
                                                Melbourne, Adelaide
Assessment

Units of Competency
BSBPMG610         Enable program execution
BSBPMG621         Facilitate stakeholder engagement
BSBPMG622         Implement program governance
BSBPMG623         Manage benefits
BSBFIM601         Manage finances
BSBHRM602         Manage humanresources strategic planning
BSBINN601         Lead and manage organisational change
BSBPMG615         Manage program delivery
BSBPMG616         Manage program risk
BSBPMG617         Provide leadership for the program
BSBMGT520         Plan and manage the flexible workforce
BSBMGT615         Contribute to organisation development

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                                                                                                              RTO Provider Number: 121952
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