Course Guide 2020 International Student - Vocational Education & Training (VET) Programs - ATMC Vocational Education Training

 
Course Guide 2020 International Student - Vocational Education & Training (VET) Programs - ATMC Vocational Education Training
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             Course Guide 2020
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Course Guide 2020 International Student - Vocational Education & Training (VET) Programs - ATMC Vocational Education Training
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Course Guide 2020 International Student - Vocational Education & Training (VET) Programs - ATMC Vocational Education Training
Contents
 Welcome ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 4
 Introduction ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
 English Courses ..................................................................................................................................................................................... ...6
 VET Programs ......................................................................................................................................................................................... ...8
                BSB50215 Diploma of Business .............................................................................................................................................8
                BSB60215 Advanced Diploma of Business...........................................................................................................................9
                BSB51918 Diploma of Leadership and Management.......................................................................................................10
                SIT50416 Diploma of Hospitality Management...............................................................................................................11
                CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care ...................................................................................12
                CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care ..........................................................................................13
                ICT40118 Certificate IV in Information Technology ..........................................................................................................14
                ICT50118 Diploma of Information Technology .................................................................................................................15
 Preparing for your departure ................................................................................................................................................................17
                Pre-departure Information / Visa Requirements / Overseas Students Health Cover / School-Aged Dependents...17
 Your Time at ATMC...................................................................................................................................................................................18
                Student Orientation / Change of Address / Campuses & Training Facilities...............................................................18
                Student Support Services / Third Party Arrangement / Access and Equity Policy / Credit Transfer / Student Transfer....19
                Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) / Pathways / Course Delivery / Course Assessment / Full Time Study and
                 Participation / Attendance Requirements / Satisfactory Progress................................................................................20
                Qualifications to be Issued / Fees & Refund Policy...........................................................................................................11
                Student Cancellation of Enrolment / Student Initiated Deferment or Suspension of Enrolment / College
                Initiated Suspension or Cancellation of Enrolment / College Deferment of Commencement...............................22
                Complaints and Appeals / Student Code of Conduct / Use of Personal Information / Department of Home Affairs..23
 Your Time in Australia............................................................................................................................................................................. 26
                Australia Welcomes Overseas Students / Living in Melbourne & Sydney ...................................................................27
                Climate / Clean, Safe, Cosmopolitan / Food / Transport / Electricity...........................................................................28
                Health Care / Communications / Multiculturalism / Language / Religion / Arts / Festivals ....................................29
                Entertainments / Sports & Recreation / Travel / Setting up a Bank Account / Accommodation / Cost of Living /
                Other Costs / Working in Australia / Study Methods ......................................................................................................30
 The ESOS Framework ...........................................................................................................................................................................32
                Australian Laws Protect International Students..............................................................................................................32
                Before You Begin Your Studies : Choosing a Course to Study / Using an Education Agents / Written Agreements
                or Contracts Between the Students and Institution.......................................................................................................32
                Your Rights Before You Enrol / Paying Your Tuition Fees................................................................................................32
         Your Responsibility as an International Student in Australia.........................................................................................32
 How to apply ...........................................................................................................................................................................................34
                Pre-Training Review................................................................................................................................................................34

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Welcome
    Young people face many challenges in the
    21st century and having the right skill sets is
    the key to success.

    At ATMC, our team is dedicated to a wide
    range of courses that prepare our students
    with a course in a highly sought after area
    of the global economy.
                                                                                 Dr. Manish Malhotra
                                                                                 CEO/Managing Director
    Staff are dedicated to enhancing our                                         Australian Technical and
    student’s skills through the provision of                                    Management College
                                                                                 Welcome to the Australian Technical
    practical assignments in our facilities                                      and Management College (ATMC), an
                                                                                 education provider for students seeking
    which are based on actual workplace                                          an industry relevant curriculum. ATMC
                                                                                 offers a range of Vocational Education
    environments.                                                                and Training (VET) programs in the fields
                                                                                 of Business, Information Technology,
                                                                                 Early Childhood Education and Care
    During their studies, students will receive                                  as well as ELICOS (English Language
                                                                                 Intensive Courses for Overseas Students)
    a number of other opportunities to                                           courses. Generally, vocational education
                                                                                 and English courses at ATMC are a
    enhance their prospects to gain meaningful                                   pathway into Higher Education.

    employment, such as job hunting and                                          ATMC also offers a range of
                                                                                 undergraduate and postgraduate
    communication skills development.                                            programs in Business and Information
                                                                                 Technology at its Melbourne, and Sydney
                                                                                 campuses, in association with the
    Consider ATMC and you will be making the                                     Federation University Australia. ATMC
                                                                                 also offers programs in association
    right decision.                                                              with University of the Sunshine Coast in
                                                                                 Melbourne.
                                                                                 ATMC is working in partnership with these
                                                                                 two universities with the aim of providing
                                                                                 students with relevant and high quality
                                                                                 education. Our programs are delivered in
                                                                                 a personalised learning environment with
                                                                                 a student focused approach.
                                                                                 I wish you all the best in your studies, and
                                                                                 look forward to getting to know you at
                                                                                 ATMC.

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Introduction
The Australian Technical and Management College (ATMC)                      ATMC Student Support services ensure that student welfare
is dedicated to providing a range of education options to                   is seen as crucial to the success of the individual student.
international students in the Vocational Education sector.                  We also have a well-developed peer support network,
To ensure that our students have complete confidence in                     focus groups and student mentors that assist students in
the quality of our programs, ATMC is a Registered Training                  achieving their educational goals.
Organisation providing vocational education and training
                                                                            In addition, our student services staff deliver career and job
(VET) and ELICOS courses. ATMC meets the Standards for
                                                                            assistance workshops. The program includes workshops
Registered Training Organisations 2015, ESOS National Code
                                                                            that can assist with identifying career opportunities, resume
2018 and ELICOS National Standards 2018.
                                                                            development and preparing for interviews. These services
ATMC aim to ensure that our students enjoy a welcoming                      are free to all enrolled ATMC students.
learning environment, from our easy admissions, through to
                                                                            ATMC also works in association with the Federation
our high quality academic programs as well as access to our
                                                                            University Australia and University of the Sunshine Coast
professional student support.
                                                                            and delivers higher education programs in the fields of
The learning environment is supportive and encourages                       Information Technology and Business from campuses
independent learning. Our programs are delivered in a                       based in Melbourne and Sydney. Towards the end of their
personalised learning environment with a student focused                    programs, students are invited to consider further academic
approach. Our classrooms are spacious, fully air-conditioned                programs with our education providers should they wish to
and inviting as they are equipped with technologically up                   consider further study.
to date learning resources. ATMC has a strong focus on
engaging teaching staff (facilitators) who possess extensive
industry experience. Our students particularly enjoy how the
facilitators use their real life examples to illustrate the key
messages throughout their course of study.

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ENGLISH (EAP)
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    English for Academic Purposes (EAP 1 & 2)
    English for Academic Purposes (EAP 1 & 2) Course focuses
    instruction on academic skills required to perform in Higher
    Education in an English-speaking context. This course focuses
    on core subject areas generally encountered in a university
    setting. These include, academic language, critical analysis,
    academic orientation and spoken and written genres.
    EAP 1 & 2 also teaches important academic vocabulary and an
    understanding of grammar, as well as key English skills required
    for academic study.
    • Reading and Research Skills
    • Writing Skills for producing reports, essays and presentations
    • Speaking and Pronunciation Skills for giving public
    presentations and
      participating in group discussions in English
    • Listening to improve understanding of lectures and tutorials
    • Critical Thinking Skills to ensure academic and career
    success

    Location                           • 601 Bourke St, Melbourne, VIC 3000
    Subject to variance depending on
    the time of enrolment              • Level 9, 540 George Street, Sydney, NSW, 2000
    Delivery & Assessment              Face-to-face, combination of theory, practical
    Mode                               and/or project assessments
                                       • IELTS 5.0 (with no band less than 5.0) or
                                         equivalent (EAP 1: 15 - 20 weeks) or
                                       • IELTS 5.5 (with no band less than 5.5) or
                                         equivalent (EAP 2: 10 weeks) or
    Entry Requirements                 • IELTS 6.0 (with no band less than5.5) or
    & Duration                           equivalent (EAP 2: 10 or 5 weeks)
                                       • Alternative entry can be gained after
                                         successful completion of the Upper
                                         Intermediate level of ATMC’s General English
                                         Course
    Fees & Charges*                    Please refer to our website
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GENERAL ENGLISH
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General English
General English provides core English language skills to
students who need to develop or improve their English
language ability for communicating in daily life in Australia or
before commencing VET studies or part-time employment.
General English program is built around the four core skills of
listening, speaking, reading and writing. The course focuses on:
• Building fluency and accuracy in spoken English
• Expanding vocabulary
• Understanding native and non-native English speakers
• Developing skills and confidence to use English outside the
classroom.
Each level is designed to address these areas and progressively
increase in English Language ability across the four core skills.

The Course is structured as follows:
Stage 1: Elementary Level
Stage 2: Pre-Intermediate Level
Stage 3: Intermediate Level
Stage 4: Upper-Intermediate Level
Location                           • 601 Bourke St, Melbourne, VIC 3000
Subject to variance depending on
the time of enrolment              • L9, 540 George Street, Sydney, NSW, 2000
Delivery & Assessment              Face-to-face, combination of theory, practical
Mode                               and/or project assessments

                                   Individuals can enter the course at their current
                                   level of English proficiency and progress through
Entry Requirements                 the course as their proficiency develops.
& Duration
                                   Each level requires 10 weeks of study,
                                   20 hours per week.

Fees & Charges*                    Please refer to our website
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BUSINESS                                                                                                                Stronger, Simpler, Smarter ESOS - Protecting International Students

BSB50215 | Diploma of Business                                                                  Units of Competency
CRICOS Code: 087228E
                                                                                                CORE:
This qualification would apply to individuals with various job                                  This qualification has no core units
titles including executive officers, program consultants and
program coordinators.                                                                           ELECTIVE:
Individuals in these roles may possess substantial experience in a                              BSBADM502 Manage meetings
range of settings, but seek to further develop their skills across a                            BSBWOR501 Manage personal work priorities and professional
wide range of business functions.                                                                         development
Conversely, it may also apply to those with little or no vocational                             BSBADV507 Develop a media plan
experience, but who possess sound theoretical business skills                                   BSBADM506 Manage business document design and
and knowledge that they would like to develop in order to create                                          development
further educational and employment opportunities.                                               BSBHRM506 Manage recruitment, selection and induction
                                                                                                          processes
No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this
                                                                                                BSBHRM501 Manage human resources services
qualification at the time of publication.
                                                                                                BSBPMG522 Undertake project work
                                                                                                BSBRSK501 Manage risk

Location
Subject to change at the time of   601 Bourke Street, Melbourne , VIC 3000
enrolment

Duration                           52 weeks including holidays
Tution Weeks                       36 weeks
Delivery and                       Face-to-face; combination of theory, practical
Assessment mode                    and/or project assessments
                                   • Completion of year 11 or equivalent. (Subject to the
                                     assessment and approval of ATMC Admission team.)
                                   • English requirements: IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL PB
Prerequisite /                       534-537, TOEFL IBT 73-75, PTE Academic 50,
Entry requirements                   CAE & CPE (from 2015) 169
                                   • Applicants must be 18 years of age and above
                                   • Successful completion of Pre-training review (PTR)
                                   • LLN Level 5
Work-based training /
                                   NIL
Work placement
                                   • BSB60215 Advanced Diploma of Business,
Possible pathways for              • or a range of other Advanced Diploma
further study                      qualifications.(Qualification not offered at ATMC)
                                   • Bachelor of Business (Qualification not offered at ATMC)
Possible occupational              Executive Officer, Program Consultant,
outcomes                           Program Coordinator
Fees & Charges*                    Please refer to our website
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BUSINESS                                                                                                                Stronger, Simpler, Smarter ESOS - Protecting International Students

BSB60215 | Advanced Diploma of                                                                 Units of Competency
Business                                                                                       CORE:
CRICOS Code: 087502C                                                                           This qualification has no core units
This qualification reflects the role of individuals with significant
experience in a senior administrative role who are seeking to                                  ELECTIVE:
develop expertise across a wider range of business functions.                                  SBADV602        Develop an advertising campaign
The qualification is suited to individuals who possess                                         BSBFIM601       Manage Finances
significant theoretical business skills and knowledge and wish                                 BSBMGT615       Contribute to organisation development
to consolidate and build pathways to further educational or                                    BSBMKG603       Manage the marketing process
employment opportunities.                                                                      BSBMKG608       Develop organisational marketing objectives
                                                                                               BSBMKG609       Develop a marketing plan
No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this
                                                                                               BSBINM601       Manage knowledge and information
qualification at the time of publication.
                                                                                               BSBHRM602       Manage human resources strategic planning

Location
Subject to change at the time of   601 Bourke Street, Melbourne , VIC 3000
enrolment

Duration                           52 weeks including holidays
Tution Weeks                       36 weeks
Delivery and                       Face-to-face; combination of theory, practical
Assessment mode                    and/or project assessments
                                   • Completion of year 11 or equivalent. (Subject to the
                                     assessment and approval of ATMC Admission team.)
                                   • English requirements: IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL PB
Prerequisite /                       534-537, TOEFL IBT 73-75, PTE Academic 50,
Entry requirements                   CAE & CPE (from 2015) 169
                                   • Applicants must be 18 years of age and above
                                   • Successful completion of Pre-training review(PTR)
                                   • LLN Level 6
Work-based training /
                                   NIL
Work placement
Possible pathways for
                                   Bachelor of Business (Qualification not offered at ATMC)
further study
                                   Business Analyst, Quarry Business Manager,
Possible occupational
                                   Administrator, Senior Executive, Business
outcomes
                                   Development Director
Fees & Charges*                    Please refer to our website
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DIPLOMA OF LEADERSHIP
AND MANAGEMENT
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BSB51918 | Diploma of Leadership and                                                               Units of Competency
Management                                                                                         CORE:
CRICOS Code: 0101608                                                                               BSBLDR502         Lead and manage effective workplace
This qualification reflects the role of individuals who apply                                                        relationships
knowledge, practical skills and experience in leadership and                                       BSBLDR511         Develop and use emotional intelligence
management across a range of enterprise and industry contexts.                                     BSBMGT517         Manage operational plan
                                                                                                   BSBWOR502         Lead and manage team effectiveness
Individuals at this level display initiative and judgement in
planning, organising, implementing and monitoring their own                                        ELECTIVE:
workload and the workload of others. They use communication                                        BSBCUS501 Manage quality customer service
skills to support individuals and teams to meet organisational or                                  BSBFIM501 Manage budgets and financial plans
enterprise requirements.                                                                           BSBHRM405 Support the recruitment, selection and induction
They plan, design, apply and evaluate solutions to unpredictable                                             of staff
problems, and identify, analyse and synthesise information from                                    BSBMGT502 Manage people performance
a variety of sources.                                                                              BSBMGT518 Develop organisation policy
                                                                                                   BSBRSK501 Manage risk
No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this
                                                                                                   BSBADM502 Manage meetings
qualification at the time of publication.
                                                                                                   BSBWOR501 Manage personal work priorities and professional
                                                                                                             development
Location
Subject to change at the time of   601 Bourke Street, Melbourne , VIC 3000
enrolment

Duration                           52 weeks including holidays
Tution Weeks                       42 weeks
Delivery and                       Face-to-face; combination of theory, practical
Assessment mode                    and/or project assessments
                                   • Completion of year 11 or equivalent. (Subject to the
                                     assessment and approval of ATMC Admission team.)
                                   • English requirements: IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL PB
Prerequisite /                       534-537, TOEFL IBT 73-75, PTE Academic 50,
Entry requirements                   CAE & CPE (from 2015) 169
                                   • Applicants must be 18 years of age and above
                                   • Successful completion of Pre-training review (PTR)
                                   • LLN Level 5
Third-party
                                   NIL
arrangement
Work-based training /
                                   NIL
Work placement
                                   • A range of Advanced Diploma qualifications
Possible pathways for
                                    (Qualification not offered at ATMC)
further study
                                   • Bachelor of Business (Qualification not offered at ATMC)
Possible occupational              Managers across a range of enterprise and
outcomes                           industry contexts
Fees & Charges*                    Please refer to our website
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HOSPITALITY                                                                                                               Stronger, Simpler, Smarter ESOS - Protecting International Students

SIT50416 | Diploma of Hospitality                                                                Units of Competency
Management
CRICOS code: 094445D                                                                             CORE:
This qualification reflects the role of highly skilled senior                                    BSBDIV501 Manage diversity in the workplace
operators who use a broad range of hospitality skills combined                                   BSBMGT517 Manage operational plan
with managerial skills and sound knowledge of industry to                                        SITXCCS007 Enhance customer service experiences
coordinate hospitality operations. They operate independently,                                   SITXCCS008 Develop and manage quality customer service
have responsibility for others and make a range of operational                                              practices
business decisions.                                                                              SITXCOM005 Manage conflict
This qualification provides a pathway to work in any hospitality                                 SITXFIN003 Manage finances within a budget
industry sector as a departmental or small business manager.                                     SITXFIN004 Prepare and monitor budgets
The diversity of employers includes restaurants, hotels, motels,                                 SITXGLC001 Research and comply with regulatory
catering operations, clubs, pubs, cafés, and coffee shops. This                                             requirements
qualification allows for multiskilling and for specialisation in                                 SITXHRM002 Roster staff
accommodation services, cookery, food and beverage and                                           SITXHRM003 Lead and manage people
gaming.                                                                                          SITXMGT001 Monitor work operations
                                                                                                 SITXMGT002 Establish and conduct business relationships
No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this                            SITXWHS003 Implement and monitor work health and safety
qualification at the time of publication.                                                        practices

Location                                                                                         ELECTIVE:
Subject to change at the time of   601 Bourke Street, Melbourne , VIC 3000                       SITHIND001       Use hygienic practices for hospitality service
enrolment
                                                                                                 SITHIND004       Work effectively in hospitality service
Duration                           52 weeks including holidays                                   SITHACS008       Provide accommodation reception services
Tution Weeks                       42 weeks                                                      SITTTSL002       Access and interpret product information
Delivery and                       Face-to-face; combination of theory, practical                SITTTSL010       Use computerised reservations or operations
Assessment mode                    and/or project assessments                                                      systems
                                   • Completion of year 11 or equivalent. (Subject to the
                                                                                                 BSBADM502        Manage meetings
                                     assessment and approval of ATMC Admission team.)            SITXCCS005       Provide club reception services
                                   • English requirements: IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL PB 534-537,        SITXCRI001       Respond to a customer in crisis
Prerequisite /                       TOEFL IBT 73-75, PTE Academic 50, CAE & CPE
                                                                                                 BSBITU306        Design and produce business documents
Entry requirements                   (from 2015) 169
                                   • Applicants must be 18 years of age and above                BSBCMM401        Make a presentation
                                   • Successful completion of Pre-training review (PTR)          SITXHRM004       Recruit, select and induct staff
                                   • LLN Level 5                                                 SITXINV003       Purchase goods
Work-based training /                                                                            SITXINV004       Control stock
                                   NIL
Work placement                                                                                   SITHKOP007        Design and cost menus
Possible pathways for              Advanced Diplomas in SIT training package                     SITXFSA004        Develop and implement a food safety program
further study                      (Qualification not offered at ATMC)
                                   Accommodation and Hospitality Managers
                                   including Banquet or Function Manager,
                                   Bar Manager, Café Manager, Club Manager,
Possible occupational
                                   Executive Housekeeper, Front Office Manager,
outcomes
                                   Gaming Manager, Kitchen Manager, Motel
                                   Manager, Restaurant Manager, Unit Manager
                                   Cater in Operations.
Fees & Charges*                    Please refer to our website
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EARLY CHILDHOOD
EDUCATION&CARE
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CHC30113 | Certificate III in                                                                   Units of Competency
Early Childhood Education & Care                                                                CORE:
CRICOS Code: 093516B                                                                            CHCDIV002 Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander
This qualification reflects the role of workers in a range of early                                       cultural safety
childhood education settings who work within the requirements                                   CHCECE001 Develop cultural competence ***
of the Education and Care Services National Regulations and the                                 CHCECE002 Ensure the health and safety of children ***
National Quality Standard. They support the implementation                                      CHCECE003 Provide care for children ***
of an approved learning framework, and support children’s                                       CHCECE004 Promote and provide healthy food and drinks ***
wellbeing, learning and development. Depending on the setting,                                  CHCECE005 Provide care for babies and toddlers ***
educators may work under direct supervision or autonomously.                                    CHCECE007 Develop positive and respectful relationships with
                                                                                                          children***
Under the Education and Care Services National Law (2011)                                       CHCECE009 Use an approved learning framework to guide
the Australian Children’s Education and Care Quality Authority                                            practice***
(ACECQA) publishes lists of approved early childhood education                                  CHCECE010 Support the holistic development of children in early
and care qualifications and information regarding regulatory                                              childhood ***
requirements here: www.acecqa.gov.au                                                            CHCECE011 Provide experiences to support children’s play and
                                                                                                          learning***
                                                                                                CHCECE013 Use information about children to inform practice ***
                                   • Theory training: 601 Bourke St, Melbourne,
Location                                                                                        CHCLEG001 Work legally and ethically
                                     VIC 3000
Subject to change at the time of
                                   • Practical training: Relevant work placement                CHCPRT001 Identify and respond to children and young people at
enrolment
                                     providers that have agreements with ATMC                             risk ***
                                                                                                HLTAID004 Provide an emergency first aid response in an education
Duration                           55 weeks including holidays
                                                                                                          and care setting
Tution Weeks                       45 weeks                                                     HLTWHS001 Participate in workplace health and safety
Delivery and                       Face-to-face; computer aided, combination of
                                   theory, practical and/or project assessments                 ELECTIVE:
Assessment mode
                                                                                                CHCDIV001 Work with diverse people
                                   • Completion of year 11 or equivalent (Subject to the
                                    assessment and approval of ATMC Admission team.)            CHCECE006 Support behaviour of children and young people ***
                                   • English requirements: IELTS 5.5 or TOEFL PB 506,           CHCECE012 Support children to connect with their world ***
Prerequisite /                       TOEFL IBT 62, PTE Academic 46, CAE & CPE
Entry requirements                   (from 2015) 162                                            *** units that require work placement/work-based training
                                   • Applicants must be 18 years of age and above
                                   • Successful completion of Pre-training review (PTR)
                                   • LLN Level 3
Third party                        Relevant work placement providers that have
arrangement                        agreements with ATMC
Work-based training /
                                   120 hours work placement required
Work placement
Possible pathways for              CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education
further study                      and Care
Possible occupational
                                   Early Childhood Educators
outcomes
Fees & Charges*                    Please refer to our website
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EARLY CHILDHOOD
EDUCATION&CARE
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CHC50113 | Diploma of                                                                              Units of Competency
Early Childhood Education & Care                                                                   CORE:
CRICOS Code: 093517A                                                                               CHCDIV002 Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander
                                                                                                             cultural safety
This qualification reflects the role of early childhood educators                                  CHCECE001 Develop cultural competence ***
who are responsible for designing and implementing curriculum                                      CHCECE002 Ensure the health and safety of children ***
in early childhood education and care services. In doing so they                                   CHCECE003 Provide care for children ***
work to implement an approved learning framework within                                            CHCECE004 Promote and provide healthy food and drinks ***
the requirements of the Education and Care Services National                                       CHCECE005 Provide care for babies and toddlers ***
Regulations and the National Quality Standard.                                                     CHCECE007 Develop positive and respectful relationships with
They may have responsibility for supervision of volunteers or                                                children ***
other staff.                                                                                       CHCECE009 Use an approved learning framework to guide
Under the Education and Care Services National Law (2011)                                                    practice ***
the Australian Children’s Education and Care Quality Authority                                     CHCECE016 Establish and maintain a safe and healthy
(ACECQA) publishes lists of approved early childhood education                                               environment for children ***
and care qualifications and information regarding regulatory                                       CHCECE017 Foster the holistic development and wellbeing of the
requirements here: www.acecqa.gov.au.                                                                        child in early childhood ***
                                                                                                   CHCECE018 Nurture creativity in children ***
                                      • Theory training: 601 Bourke St, Melbourne ,
                                                                                                   CHCECE019 Facilitate compliance in an education and care
Location                                VIC 3000                                                             services ***
Subject to change at the time of
enrolment                             • Practical training: Relevant work placement                CHCECE020 Establish and implement plans for developing
                                        providers that have agreements with ATMC                             cooperative behaviour ***
Duration                              104 weeks including holidays                                 CHCECE021 Implement strategies for the inclusion of all children ***
                                                                                                   CHCECE022 Promote children’s agency ***
Tution Weeks                          84 weeks
                                                                                                   CHCECE023 Analyse information to inform learning ***
Delivery and                          Face-to-face; computer aided, combination of                 CHCECE024 Design and implement the curriculum to foster
Assessment mode                       theory, practical and/or project assessments
                                                                                                             children's learning and development ***
                                      • English requirements: IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL PB                CHCECE025 Embed sustainable practices in service operations ***
                                        534-537, TOEFL IBT 73-75, PTE Academic 50,
                                                                                                   CHCECE026 Work in partnership with families to provide
                                        CAE & CPE (from 2015) 169
Prerequisite /                        • Completion of year 11 or equivalent (Subject to the                  appropriate education and care for children ***
Entry requirements                     assessment and approval of ATMC Admission team.)            CHCLEG001 Work legally and ethically
                                      • Applicants must be 18 years of age and above               CHCPRT001 Identify and respond to children and young people at
                                      • Successful completion of Pre-training review (PTR)                   risk ***
                                      • LLN Level 5
                                                                                                   HLTAID004 Provide an emergency first aid response in an
Third party                           Relevant work placement providers that have                            education and care setting
arrangement                           agreements with ATMC
                                                                                                   HLTWHS003 Maintain work health and safety ***
Work-based training /
                                      240 hours work placement required                            ELECTIVE:
Work placement
                                                                                                   BSBLED401        Develop teams and individuals
Possible pathways for
further study                         Bachelor of Early Childhood Education                        BSBWOR404        Develop work priorities
(Qualification not offered at ATMC)                                                                CHCDIV001        Work with diverse people
Possible occupational                                                                              CHCMGT003        Lead the work team
                                      Early Childhood Educators                                    CHCPRP003        Reflect on and improve own professional practice
outcomes
Fees & Charges*                       Please refer to our website
                                      vet.atmc.edu.au for latest information                       *** units that require work placement/work-based training

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INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY
                                                                                                                           Stronger, Simpler, Smarter ESOS - Protecting International Students

ICT40118 | Certificate IV in Information                                                          Units of Competency
Technology                                                                                        CORE:
CRICOS Code: 0101911                                                                              ICTICT401      Determine and confirm client business
This qualification provides the skills and knowledge for an                                                      requirements
individual to be competent in a wide range of general information                                 ICTICT418      Contribute to copyright, ethics and privacy in an
and communications technology (ICT) technologies and                                                             ICT environment
practices in different organisational contexts.                                                   ICTICT424      Address cyber security requirements
                                                                                                  ICTICT425      Implement WHS, environmental sustainability and
Persons working at this level apply a wide range of knowledge
                                                                                                                 anti-discrimination practices in an ICT workplace
and skills in basic networking, ICT support, testing, systems
                                                                                                  ICTICT426      Identify and evaluate emerging technologies and
analysis and design, database development, programming and
                                                                                                                  practices
web development support.
No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this                             ELECTIVE:
qualification at the time of publication.                                                         ICTWEB421 Ensure website content meets technical protocols
                                                                                                            and standards
                                                                                                  ICTWEB419 Develop guidelines for uploading information to a
Location                                                                                                    website
Subject to change at the time of   601 Bourke Street, Melbourne , VIC 3000
enrolment                                                                                         ICTWEB406 Create website testing procedures
Duration                           52 weeks including holidays                                    ICTWEB404 Maintain website performance
Tution Weeks                       42 weeks
                                                                                                  ICTICT415 Provide one-to-one instruction
                                                                                                  ICTICT408 Create technical documentation
Delivery and                       Face-to-face; combination of theory, practical                 ICTSAD401 Develop and present feasibility reports
Assessment mode                    and/or project assessments
                                                                                                  ICTICT403 Apply software development methodologies
                                   • Completion of year 11 or equivalent. (Subject to the         ICTTEN410 Locate, diagnose and rectify faults
                                     assessment and approval of ATMC Admission team.)
                                   • English requirements: IELTS 5.5 or TOEFL PB 506,             ICTPRG405 Automate processes
Prerequisite /                       TOEFL IBT 62, PTE Academic 46, CAE & CPE                     ICTICT505 Determine acceptable developers for projects
Entry requirements                   (from 2015) 162                                              ICTDBS501 Monitor and improve knowledge management
                                   • Applicants must be 18 years of age and above
                                                                                                            system
                                   • Successful completion of Pre-training review (PTR)
                                   • LLN Level 4                                                  BSBWOR301 Organise personal work priorities and development
                                                                                                  ICTSAS304 Provide basic system administration
Work-based training /
                                   NIL                                                            ICTICT202 Work and communicate effectively in an ICT
Work placement
                                                                                                             environment
Possible pathways for
                                   ICT50118 Diploma of Information Technology
further study
                                   Computer Technician, Customer Support, Customer
Possible occupational              Support Professional, Infomation Systems Operator,
outcomes                           Network Support Technician, PC Support, Technical
                                   support, User Support Technician
Fees & Charges*                    Please refer to our website
                                   vet.atmc.edu.au for latest information

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INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY
                                                                                                                          Stronger, Simpler, Smarter ESOS - Protecting International Students

ICT50118 | Diploma of Information                                                                  Units of Competency
Technology                                                                                         CORE:
CRICOS Code: 099803B                                                                               BSBSUS501 Develop workplace policy and procedures for
This qualification provides the skills and knowledge for                                                     sustainability
an individual to administer and manage information and                                             BSBWHS501 Ensure a safe workplace
communications technology (ICT) support in small-to-
                                                                                                   ICTICT509 Gather data to identify business requirements
medium enterprises (SMEs) using a wide range of general ICT
technologies.                                                                                      ICTICT517 Match ICT needs with the strategic direction of
                                                                                                             the organisation
Persons working at this level provide a broader rather than
specialised ICT support function, applying a wide range of higher                                  ELECTIVE:
level technical skills in ICT areas such as networking, IT support,                                ICTWEB411 Produce basic client-side script for dynamic
database development, programming and web development.                                                       web pages
No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this                              ICTWEB429 Create a markup language document to
qualification at the time of publication.                                                                    specification
Location                                                                                           ICTWEB501 Build a dynamic website
Subject to change at the time of   601 Bourke Street, Melbourne , VIC 3000                         ICTWEB502 Create dynamic web pages
enrolment

Duration                           52 weeks including holidays                                     ICTWEB503 Create web-based programs
Tution Weeks                       42 weeks                                                        ICTICT507 Select new technology models for business
Delivery and                       Face-to-face; combination of theory, practical                  ICTSAS505 Review and update disaster recovery and
Assessment mode                    and/or project assessments                                                contingency plans
                                   • Completion of year 11 or equivalent. (Subject to the          ICTSAS506 Update ICT system operational procedures
                                     assessment and approval of ATMC Admission team.)
                                   • English requirements: IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL PB
                                                                                                   ICTSAS511 Prioritise ICT change requests
Prerequisite /                       534-537, TOEFL IBT 73-75, PTE Academic 50,                    BSBWOR501 Manage personal work priorities and
Entry requirements                   CAE & CPE (from 2015) 169                                               professional development
                                   • Applicants must be 18 years of age and above
                                   • Successful completion of Pre-training review (PTR)            ICTPMG501 Manage ICT Project
                                   • LLN Level 5                                                   BSBCRT501 Originate and develop concepts
Work-based training /                                                                              ICTPRG528 Perform ICT data conversion
                                   NIL
Work placement
                                                                                                   ICTSAS521 Perform integration tests
                                   ICT60115 Advanced Diploma of Information
Possible pathways for              Technology, other ICT Advanded Diploma                          ICTICT501 Research and review hardware technology
further study                      qualifications or Higher Education in ICT.                                options for organisations
                                   (Qualification not offered at ATMC)                             ICTPRG425 Use structured query language
                                   ICT Office Manager, ICT Systems Administrator,
Possible occupational
                                   Infomation System Office Manager, Office
outcomes
                                   System Administrator
Fees & Charges*                    Please refer to our website
                                   vet.atmc.edu.au for latest information

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Preparing for your departure
PRE-DEPARTURE INFORMATION VISA REQUIREMENTS                                                     SCHOOL-AGED DEPENDENTS
The following list is not exhaustive;       The Department of Home Affairs                      There are requirements for compulsory
however, these are some of the items        publishes a full list of mandatory and              school attendance for children or
you will need to prepare before your        discretionary student visa requirements             dependents of international students.
departure to Australia:                     on their web site. Follow the https://www.          In Victoria and New South Wales it is
                                            homeaffairs.gov.au/Trav/Stud/More link              compulsory for children aged from 6 to
•   A valid passport
                                            for details.                                        17 years to attend school. The choice of
•   A valid student visa                                                                        schools includes public schools, private
                                                                                                schools and religious schools. People
•   All your ATMC enrolment                 OVERSEAS STUDENT HEALTH                             over the age of 17 can continue to attend
    documentation including:                                                                    school until they have completed year 12.
                                            COVER
        o Confirmation of Enrolment                                                             Dependents of persons holding a student
                                            Overseas student health cover (OSHC)                visa may be required to pay full fees in
          (CoE, or eCoE)
                                            is insurance that provides cover for                any school, college or university that
        o Letter of Offer & Acceptance      any medical and hospital care costs                 they enrol in whilst in Australia, otherwise
          Agreement                         which international students may                    specified in their visa conditions.
                                            incur while in Australia. OSHC will also
        o Receipts of payments
                                            pay for most prescription drugs and
•   Appropriate immunisations and           emergency ambulance transport. If you
    medications from your doctor.           are an international student studying
                                            in Australia, you must purchase an
•   Sufficient funds                        approved OSHC policy from a registered
•   Overseas access to your funds.          health benefits organisation (commonly
                                            referred to as health funds) before
•   Appropriate Overseas Student            applying for your visa, and the OSHC
    Healthcare Cover (OSHC).                policy must be in place before you arrive.
•   A travel itinerary                      You will also need to maintain OSHC
                                            throughout your stay in Australia.
•   Arrangements for airport pick up (if
    necessary).
•   Safe and secure accommodation
    in Australia. You may also request
    assistance from the Admission and
    Marketing Officer if needed.
•   The contact details of ATMC Student
    Support Administration.
•   Academic transcripts and
    qualifications and reference letters.
•   Personal identification documents.
•   Medical records and prescriptions if
    necessary.
Remember to keep all your documents
secure.
To view Pre Departure Information, please
visit our website on vet.atmc.edu.au

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     ATMC commits to providing you with a quality education
     and protecting your rights in accordance with the Education
     Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) framework
     (for more information, see page 28-29 of this Course Guide).

     STUDENT ORIENTATION                             601 Bourke Street, Melbourne, VIC 3000.                •   Student lounge
                                                     It is easily accessed by train services to             •   Printing facilities
     Orientation is conducted during the first       Southern Cross Station which is a short
     week of your course. Its purpose is to                                                                 •   Library
                                                     walk from the College. The College can
     fully inform new students of most aspects       also be accessed by bus and tram. In                   •   Learning Management
     of life at the College and to provide an                                                                   System (LMS)
                                                     Sydney, ATMC has a campus that is
     introduction to studying, Australia’s           located at Level 9, 540 George Street,                 •   Student self-study areas
     costs of living, transportation, facilities,    Sydney NSW 2000. This location is easily               •   Classrooms
     banking and accommodation. In addition          accessed by train services to Town Hall                •   Projectors
     ATMC staff will be introduced, a tour           Station which is a short two-minute walk               •   Staff room
     of the College and the local area will          from the College.
     take place and an opportunity to ask                                                                   •   Easy access to public
     questions will be given. It is essential that   Our classrooms are spacious and fully                      transport
     you attend the orientation program to           air-conditioned. They are equipped with                •   Confidential Consulting
     obtain information that affects your study,     technologically up to date learning and                    room
     your visa or your enjoyment of your stay        teaching equipment and resources.
     in Australia. The International Student         Students can also access learning                      KNOW YOUR RIGHTS
     Handbook can be downloaded from the             resources from our library.
                                                                                                            In the unlikely event that AMTC closes or
     ATMC website on vet.atmc.edu.au.                MELBOURNE CAMPUS                                       ceases to deliver any part of the training
                                                                                                            product that you are enrolled in, you are
     CHANGE OF ADDRESS                               601 Bourke Street, Melbourne,
                                                     VIC 3000                                               entitled to receive a refund in accordance
     Upon arriving in Australia you are                                                                     with ATMC Fee and Refund policy. ATMC
                                                     •      Student Support Hub (available 6
     required to advise the College of your                                                                 will support you with your request to
                                                            days per week)
     residential address, email address and                                                                 transfer to another institution as specified
                                                     •      Computer lab
     telephone number. It is important that                                                                 in Student Support Services policy.
                                                     •      Student lounge
     you also advise us of any subsequent                                                                   Please see the policies on ATMC website:
                                                     •      Printing facilities
     changes to your residential address as                                                                 https://vet.atmc.edu.au/policies/
                                                     •      Library/Resource Centre
     we need to be able to communicate with
                                                     •      Student self-study areas
     you for matters related to your study with
                                                     •      Classrooms
                                                                                                            STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES
     us. The College may also send warning
                                                     •      Projectors                                      The Student Support Manager, ELICOS
     letters to you which are aimed at helping
                                                     •      Teacher staffrooms                              Course Coordinator, Student Support
     prevent breaches of your visa conditions.
                                                     •      Management Office                               Officers, trainers and administrative staff
     It is your responsibility and in your own
                                                     •      Confidential Counselling Office                 of the College are available to provide
     interests to ensure that you always
                                                     •      Storage area                                    general advice and assistance with
     update your address details with the
                                                     •      Easy access to public transport                 matter such as studying, homework,
     College to ensure you receive important
                                                                                                            accommodation, English language
     information about your course, fees and         SYDNEY CAMPUS
                                                                                                            problems and counselling. Students
     possible breaches of your student visa.         Level 9, 540 George Street,                            requiring special or intensive assistance
                                                     Sydney, New South Wales 3000,
     CAMPUSES AND TRAINING                           Australia
                                                                                                            must contact the VET/ ELICOS
                                                                                                            Coordinator / Administration Staff or
     FACILITIES                                      •   Student Support Hub                                the Student Support Officers who may
     ATMC has two campuses for VET                       (available 6 days per week)                        refer them to external support services
     programs as its training facilities in          •   Computer lab                                       if required. The College will not charge
     Melbourne and Sydney. In Melbourne,                                                                    for support services it supplies when
     ATMC’s campus is located on level 1-4,

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referring students to external support       ACCESS AND EQUITY POLICY                            principal course. Your principal course
services. Students will have to pay any                                                          is usually the final course of study you
fees charged by external support services    ATMC has an access and equity policy.               will undertake. For example, if you are
that they use.                               This ensures the equitable and fair                 studying ELICOS followed by a Diploma
                                             selection, admission, and enrolment of all          program, the Diploma program is your
We deliver careers and job assistance        potential students, including those with            principal course. If you are considering
workshops through our student services       special needs. This may include special             requesting a transfer before completing 6
staff. These services are free to all        educational needs, learning difficulties,           months of your principal course of study,
enrolled ATMC students. The program          medical conditions/ disability, or a                please contact the College administration
includes workshops that can assist           requirement for further skill development           for a copy of the Transferred Between
with identifying career opportunities,       in language, literacy and numeracy skills.          Registered Provider procedure and the
resume development and preparing for         The College will provide resources to help          application form.
interviews.                                  students with special needs take part in
                                             an education program on the same basis              Students do not need a letter of release if:
We also provide English Language
support classes for all students seeking     as other students.                                  • they have completed more than 6
to improve and enhance specific or                                                               months of their principal course
                                             CREDIT TRANSFER
general language skills in the four skills
                                                                                                 • they are a government sponsored
areas of Listening, Reading, Writing and     Credit transfer applies to situations where
                                                                                                 student, and their sponsor supports a
Speaking.                                    students have completed nationally
                                                                                                 transfer
                                             recognised units with another provider.
At ATMC, we recognise that students          Credit will be granted in accordance                • their current education provider or
might need additional academic and           with the Credit Transfer Policy and                 course has ceased to be registered or a
non-academic support services, and we        Procedures. To apply for Credit Transfer            sanction has been imposed that prevents
assign mentors to help students. This        students must complete the Credit                   that provider from continuing to deliver
service is available to all ATMC students,   Transfer Application Form and attach                your principal course
free of charge, and they are able to         copies of verified documents to support
work with high-performing, more senior       the application. There may be no                    RECOGNITION OF PRIOR
students, who serve voluntarily as their
mentors.
                                             reduction in tuition fees if the Credit             LEARNING (RPL)
                                             Transfer application is granted. Please             Students who believe they already have
THIRD PARTY ARRANGEMENT                      refer to our website http://vet.atmc.edu.           some of the competencies in the course
                                             au/resources/policies-procedures/atmc               may apply for Recognition of Prior
From time to time ATMC may enter into        for details or speak to our support staff           Learning (RPL). Recognition of Prior
arrangements with third-party service        for assistance.                                     Learning (RPL) is a process designed
providers (“third party”), to provide                                                            to recognise previous formal or informal
services on behalf of ATMC. The current      STUDENT TRANSFER                                    learning, work and life experiences that
arrangements are as follow:                  Under the ESOS Framework, the                       the student may have had and that they
• Recognised educational agents to           College cannot enrol students seeking               are relevant to the course outcomes. The
recruit prospective students.                to transfer from another college before             RPL process allows students to receive
                                             that student has completed 6 months of              recognition under these circumstances
• Registered child care centres that         their principal course of study except in           and therefore enable them to focus
provide work placement/work-based            some special circumstances. If you want             on areas where they need to achieve
training for students taking courses         to transfer before completing 6 months              competencies to gain their qualifications.
in Certificate III in Early Childhood        of your principal course, you need to               An essential requirement of RPL is that
Education and Care and Diploma of            ask the College for a letter of release.            you can prove that you currently have the
Early Childhood Education and Care.          The six months is calculated as six                 required competencies. Application of
Work placement/work-based training           calendar month from the first day of your           RPL may only be made after enrolment
is arranged with partners which are
registered child care centres. This
arrangement is based on an agreement
between ATMC, the specific childcare
centre and the student at the time of
work placement/work-based training.
To ensure the effectiveness of the
student experience and to promote
student learning outcomes, ATMC has
sufficient strategies and resources to
systematically select and monitor the
providers and the services that are
delivered on behalf of ATMC.

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     and payment of fees and must be made        demonstrating tasks, working with others            load. A full-time study load is normally
     using the RPL Application Form that         in groups, making presentations and role            a minimum of 20 hours per week for 40
     can be accessed from the College’s VET      play situations.                                    weeks each calendar year or continuous
     Student Support staff. Students must                                                            12 month period.
     attach verified copies of all relevant      COURSE ASSESSMENT
     documents to the RPL Application                                                                ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS
                                                 A number of approaches to course
     Form. It is recommended that students       assessment are used by the ATMC                     ATMC expects that students will maintain
     seek advice from the College before         trainers. Assessment approaches may                 full attendance by attending all required
     commencing an RPL application. Please       include: observation, projects; research,           classes and assessments. For further
     refer to our website http://vet.atmc.edu    oral tests, written tests, presentations            information, please refer to our policy on
     for details or speak to our support staff   and role plays.                                     student code of conduct on the website
     for assistance.                                                                                 at vet.atmc.edu.au
                                                 Students will be given advance notice
     PATHWAYS                                    of the time and form of any assessment              SATISFACTORY PROGRESS
                                                 and will not be expected to sit an
     The College has a pathway agreement                                                             ATMC follows course progess to monitor
                                                 assessment they have not prepared for.
     with Federation University Australia,                                                           international students undertaking all
                                                 VET students will be entitled to three
     and University of the Sunshine Coast,                                                           vocational courses under Standard 8 of
                                                 assessment attempts for each unit. If you
     but there is no guaranteed entry into                                                           the National Code 2018. If you do not
                                                 are unsuccessful after three assessment
     their University programs. For detailed                                                         achieve satisfactory academic progress
                                                 attempts you will be required to repeat
     information, please visit the ATMC                                                              you will be reported to the Department
                                                 the unit and pay the repeat unit fee. If you
     website.                                                                                        of Home Affairs which may lead to
                                                 are found to have cheated or plagiarised
                                                                                                     cancellation of your visa. Unsatisfactory
     COURSE DELIVERY                             work, you will not be entitled to the re-
                                                                                                     academic progress is defined as
                                                 sit assessment but will be required to
     A number of approaches to course            repeat and pay the repeat unit fee. VET             not completing or demonstrating
     delivery are used by the ATMC               students may be required to undertake               competency in at least 50% of units
     trainers. Course delivery approaches        assessments in a simulated working                  or course requirements in any two
     may include trainer led classroom           environment or real work place.                     consecutive terms.
     delivery, workshops, seminars, tutorials
                                                                                                     Students who study English Language
     and practical activities in simulated       FULL TIME STUDY AND                                 Intensive Courses for Overseas
     environments including work placement,      PARTICIPATION                                       Students (ELICOS) courses must meet
     and supervised study. During class time
                                                 Australian law requires international               requirements for achieving satisfactory
     students will be expected to participate
                                                 students to study at a full time study              attendance in accordance with Standard
     by answering questions, giving opinions,
                                                                                                     8 of the National Code 2018, which at
                                                                                                     a minimum, requires overseas students

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to attend at least 80 per cent of the         Home Affairs for unsatisfactory progress.          strategy, and the College will not report
scheduled course contact hours. You           The College does this through the written          the student.
will be reported to the Department            notice of intention to report the student          Please visit: www.internationaleducation.
of Home Affairs if your attendance is         for unsatisfactory progress.                       gov.au
unsatisfactory.
                                              In the notice ATMC must inform the                 QUALIFICATIONS TO BE ISSUED
Students who are in danger of being           student that he or she is able to access
unable to complete a course within            the registered provider’s complaints and           VET students completing all assessment
the expected duration of study, as            appeals process under Standard 10 and              requirements for a qualification will
recorded on the CRICOS register,              that the student has 20 working days,              be awarded a qualification certificate
can be considered “at risk” of not            plus two days for postal handling from             corresponding to the completed course.
meeting satisfactory course progress          the date of issue in which to do so.               VET students completing assessment
requirements.                                                                                    requirements for part of a qualification will
                                              Where the student has chosen not to                be awarded a Statement of Attainment
Students will be interviewed and placed       access the complaints and appeals                  indicating which units of competency they
on a course intervention strategy             processes within the 22 working day                have completed.
which may include, but is not limited         period, the student withdraws from the             All students need a verified USI in
to academic skills support, additional        process, or the process is completed               order to receive their AQF certification
English language support, additional          and results in a decision supporting the           documentation unless an exemption
tutoring, or placement in a more              College (i.e. the student’s appeal was             applies under the Student Identifiers
appropriate class to get back on the right    unsuccessful) the College must notify              Act 2014. Further information on USI
track of meeting satisfactory academic        the Department of Home Affairs through
progress requirements. The course             PRISMS as soon as practicable of the
intervention strategy may be activated at     student not achieving satisfactory course
any time by the College during a term to      progress.
support students if required. A warning
                                              If the student’s appeal is successful or
letter can only be sent to a student
                                              there are compassionate or compelling
“at risk” after that term has ended. If
                                              reasons for the lack of progress, ongoing
a student is identified as not making
                                              support must be provided to the student
satisfactory course progress in a second
                                              through the College’s intervention
consecutive term in a course, the College
must notify the student of its intention to
report the student to the Department of

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