INTERNATIONAL STUDENT BROCHURE 2019 - Stanley College

 
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT BROCHURE 2019 - Stanley College
INTERNATIONAL
                             STUDENT
                             BROCHURE 2019
Version: 3: June 2019

                                                   BUSINESS AND        COMMERCIAL COOKERY                                   EARLY CHILDHOOD
                        LANGUAGE                                                                         HEALTH                                        SHORT COURSES
                                                   MANAGEMENT                                                                  EDUCATION
                                                                             HOSPITALITY

                        Stanley International College Pty Ltd   RTO Code: 51973       171 James Street               T: +61 8 9227 1797   info@stanleycollege.edu.au
                        CRICOS Provider Code: 03047E            ABN: 16 130 977 221   Perth Western Australia 6003   F: +61 8 9227 1238   www.stanleycollege.edu.au
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CONTENTS
Welcome to Stanley College                                1    EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION COURSES                                29
Why study in Perth?                                       2    CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care   30
Why choose Stanley College?                               3    CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care           31
Our Campuses                                              4    Work-Based Training Venue for Early Childhood Education and      32
                                                               Care Courses
LANGUAGE COURSES
                                                               BUSINESS, LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT COURSES                      34
GENERAL ENGLISH                                           8
                                                               BSB20115 Certificate II in Business                              35
TRANSLATION AND INTERPRETING COURSES                      12
                                                               BSB30115 Certificate III in Business                             35
PSP50916 Diploma of Interpreting (Lote-English)           13
                                                               BSB30415 Certificate III in Business Administration              35
PSP60816 Advanced Diploma of Translating                  13
                                                               BSB50215 Diploma of Business                                     36
COMMERCIAL COOKERY COURSES                                14   BSB60215 Advanced Diploma of Business                            36
COMMERCIAL COOKERY PATHWAY                                     BSB51918 Diploma of Leadership and Management                    36
SIT30816 Certificate III in Commercial Cookery            15   BSB61015 Advanced Diploma of Leadership and Management           37
SIT40516 Certificate IV Commercial Cookery                15
                                                               ACCOUNTING PROFESSIONAL YEAR PROGRAM                             38
SIT50416 Diploma of Hospitality Management                16
SIT60316 Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management       16   SHORT COURSES                                                    41
PATISSERIE PATHWAY                                             Award Courses
SIT31016 Certificate III in Patisserie                    17   HLTAID003 Provide First Aid                                      42
SIT40716 Certificate IV in Patisserie                     17
SIT50416 Diploma of Hospitality Management                18   Workshops
SIT60316 Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management       18   Barista Workshop                                                 42
HOSPITALITY COURSES                                       19
FOOD AND BEVERAGE PATHWAY
                                                               ENTRY REQUIREMENTS FOR VET COURSES                               43

SIT20316 Certificate II in Hospitality                    20
                                                               FEES AND INTAKE DATES                                            44

SIT30616 Certificate III in Hospitality                   20   GENERAL INFORMATION                                              50

SIT40416 Certificate IV in Hospitality                    21   Student Application Process                                      51

SIT50416 Diploma of Hospitality Management                21   Airport Reception and Accommodation                              52

SIT60316 Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management       22   Student Visa and Employment Information                          53

Practical and Work-Based Training Venues for Commercial   23   Social Activities                                                54
Cookery and Hospitality Courses                                Higher Education Pathways                                        56

HEALTH COURSES                                            25   Stanley College Campus Locations                                 57

CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support            26
CHC43015 Certificate IV in Ageing Support                 26
Work-Based Training Venues for Health Courses             27

STANLEY COLLEGE IS A MEMBER OF THE FOLLOWING ASSOCIATIONS:
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A personal message from our President
The decision to pursue an international education is an important one, yet choosing
the most suitable study destination and school is not easy when there are so many
options available.
Australia is the world’s second largest international student destination, offering you
the advantage of experiencing education in a truly culturally diverse environment.
You will meet people from all over the world and you will forge lasting friendships.
Stanley College is one of the largest and most awarded registered training
organisations in Western Australia. We are an independent college offering a
wide range of vocational courses and English Language courses to Australian and
International Students.
Our vision is to be recognised as an education provider that transforms lives and
creates opportunity. As a nationally Registered Training Organisation, you can expect
high quality training and assessments in an environment where you are at the centre
of our operation.
We are a young and dynamic team of experts, providing you with face-to-face learning
and work-based training experiences that help you to gain the skills and knowledge
required by today’s employers.
It would be a privilege to have you join us here amidst Perth’s clean and safe
environment and allow us to help shape your future.
Discover, Learn and Enjoy!

Alberto Tassone
President
Stanley College

WEST PERTH CAMPUS

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Why Study in Perth?

                                                                               DIRECT
           ONE OF THE MOST LIVEABLE                                           FLIGHTS
                                                                       from Guangzhou, Hong Kong,
           CITIES IN THE WORLD                                         Kuala Lumpur, Singapore,
                                                                       Bangkok, Jakarta and London

                                                                          CONNECTING
          265 SUNNY DAYS EVERY YEAR                                         FLIGHTS
          Longest coastal shore lines and beautiful beaches
                                                                       You can come to Perth from any
                                                                       part of the world via Singapore,
                                                                       Bangkok, Dubai, Kuala Lumpur,
                                                                       Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide or
                                                                       Brisbane

                                                                        FREE PUBLIC
                                                                        TRANSPORT
          MULTICULTURAL DIVERSI TY                                           within the city
          Culinary delights from all over the world!

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Why choose Stanley College?

              REPUTATION                   QUALIFICATIONS
     Highly recognised and          23 nationally
     award winning registered       recognised qualifications
     training organisation

               LOCATION                    FLEXIBLE CLASSES
     Conveniently located           Weekday and weekend
     campuses near                  class options available
     public transport               for most courses

      WORK-BASED TRAINING                       PATHWAYS

     Work-based training and        University pathways for
     internships for some courses   Diploma and Advanced
                                    Diploma courses

          SOCIAL ACTIVITIES         HIGHLY QUALIFIED TRAINERS
     Weekly social, sporting        Highly qualified trainers
     and cultural activities        and support staff

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Our Campuses

                        JAMES STREET CAMPUS                                            WEST PERTH CAMPUS                                          MIRRABOOKA CAMPUS
                        171 James Street,                                              69 Outram Street,                                          9 Chesterfield Road,
                        Northbridge                                                    West Perth                                                 Mirrabooka

    Facilities
     JAMES STREET CAMPUS                                               WEST PERTH CAMPUS                                           MIRRABOOKA CAMPUS

    8 Classrooms      Computer Lab     Student Lounge                  18 Classrooms     Computer Lab    Student Lounge           10 Classrooms     Computer Lab   Student Lounge
                       and WiFi*                                                          and WiFi*                                                  and WiFi*

     Restaurant       Alfresco Area        Prayer Room                     Café          Alfresco Area    Prayer Room             Prayer Room          Creche

    Commercial
     Kitchens                                                             Library        Business hub

     *Stanley College provides free WiFi access and laptops for on-campus use. We strongly recommend students to bring their own laptop and to organise their own WiFi access
     for off-campus access to study material.

     Courses offered in our campuses
     JAMES STREET CAMPUS                                               WEST PERTH CAMPUS                                           MIRRABOOKA CAMPUS

     •     Business                                                •       General English                                    •       Early Childhood Education
     •     Leadership and Management                               •       Business                                           •       Health
     •     Hospitality                                             •       Leadership and Management
     •     Commercial Cookery                                      •       Hospitality
                                                                   •       Health
                                                                   •       Translation and Interpreting

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JAMES STREET CAMPUS

WEST PERTH CAMPUS: CLASSROOM   JAMES STREET CAMPUS: TRAINING

MIRRABOOKA CAMPUS: RECEPTION   MIRRABOOKA CAMPUS: CRECHE

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COURSE SECTION

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LANGUAGE

COMMERCIAL COOKERY

HOSPITALITY

HEALTH

EARLY CHILDHOOD
EDUCATION AND CARE

BUSINESS,
LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT

ACCOUNTING
PROFESSIONAL YEAR PROGRAM

SHORT COURSES
(AWARD AND NON AWARD)
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GENERAL ENGLISH
    CRICOS Course Code 097701B

    If you wish to improve your English language skills, our General English course is your best choice.
    It is also the perfect way to interact with other English speakers for work, travel or to get a better job.

                Campus: West Perth

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GENERAL ENGLISH
CRICOS COURSE CODE: 097701B
Improving your English is easy with our General English course. It is the best way to learn to use English for work, travel, or to get a better job.
At Stanley College, you will learn with experienced teachers in small classes - you will build the confidence you need to speak, read and write
in English.
Whether for personal growth or your professional career, our course will quickly improve your English in the following areas:

    Communication and conversation skills                                  Ab   Vocabulary
    Speaking and listening                                                      Pronunciation
    Grammar                                                                     Reading and writing

COURSE LEVELS                                                              GUIDED INDIVIDUAL LEARNING SESSIONS
To make sure you are in the correct class for your English level, all      These free personalised sessions help you to gain a better
students must complete a simple test before enrolment.                     understanding of the English language.
There are five levels of English classes:                                  CONVERSATION CLUB
1. General English - Beginner                                              Practice formal and informal speaking on different subjects with
2. General English - Elementary                                            students from all over the world. You will develop your confidence,
3. General English - Pre-intermediate                                      communication and interpersonal skills.
4. General English - Intermediate
5. General English - Upper Intermediate.                                   TEST PREPARATION
                                                                           We help you get ready for further studies with special classes to help
Each level takes up to 15 weeks. But, if you do well, you can move up      you prepare for IELTS, Cambridge FCE and Pearson tests.
to a higher level faster.                                                  STAN TALKS
After finishing your General English course, you can continue to study     These presentations help spread ideas and knowledge through short,
a range of courses at Stanley College, or go to other education            powerful talks by a wide range of experienced speakers.
providers.
                                                                           ADDITIONAL STUDENT ACTIVITIES
The Stanley College General English qualification will help you with
                                                                           SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
your future because you can use it to find a better job in Australia or
                                                                           Go hiking, camping, fruit picking, surfing and more by joining our
overseas more easily.
                                                                           fun-filled, weekly social activities. All activities are planned around
Please refer to www.stanleycollege.edu.au and visit the General            student interests, with new activities organised every season.
English course page for a listing of the learning outcomes for each
                                                                           TOASTMASTERS CLUB
course level.
                                                                           Toastmasters Club helps you become a better public speaking by
COURSE DURATION                                                            building your speaking skills and confidence in front of a group.
The course duration is flexible, ranging from four weeks to 75 weeks,
depending on your level of English.                                         For entry requirements, please refer to page                  43
Minimum course enrolment is four weeks.                                     For fees and intake dates for 2019, please refer to page 44

STUDY MODES
The study modes for this course include:
•   Classroom based learning                                                 FULL TIME STUDIES
•   Group-work                                                               Full-time studies requires students to attend 20 hours face-to-face
•   Oral Presentations                                                       scheduled course contact per week.
•   Discussion groups
•   Vocabulary building exercises
•   Excursions.

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Stan Talks

     SAMPLE TIMETABLE
     CLASS DAY AND TIME (20 hours per week)

                       Beginners
                                                                                                                            Elementary
                      Elementary
                                                                        Upper Intermediate                               Pre-intermediate
                   Pre-intermediate
                                                                                                                           Intermediate
                     Intermediate

            Monday to Friday 8am – 12pm                       Monday to Friday 12:30pm - 4:30pm            Monday to Thursday 4:30pm - 9:30pm

     Evening and weekend classes are available.

     GENERAL ENGLISH PRE-INTERMEDIATE EXAMPLE SESSION PLAN
           Time                Monday                         Tuesday                 Wednesday               Thursday                   Friday
                        Main topic                   Reading and Writing       Speaking and            Reading and Writing       Tests, revision and
                        introduction                 skills                    Listening                                         class activities
                                                                                                       Skills (E.g. Casual
       8am -10am        Speaking and                 Vocabulary                Pronunciation           Conversation etc.)
                        Listening skills

                        Grammar
                        Students to prepare          Reading and note          Interview questions     English composition-   Completing one
                        small group                  taking. Analysing and     and answers.            writing narratives and on one teacher
                        presentations, on the        studying a variety of     Complete practice       poems.                 review meetings with
                        subject of their choice.     English texts.            interviews.                                    students. Completing
      10.15am -12pm                                                                                                           outstanding tasks and
                        Trainer will instigate Visit to the library.                                                          checking homework.
                        small group
                        discussions centred on
                        the main topic.
                                                                              Lunch
                                                          Optional Program - Guided Learning Classes
                        ‘Stan Talks’ lecture   IELTS, PTE, Cambridge           Social Activities       Conversation club         Games, activities and
                        series                 Test preparation class          (Gourmet tours,                                   student
                        Sample topics include:                                 adventure activities)                             Graduation
        1pm -3pm
                        • Marketing for
                             beginners
                        • Public speaking

        3pm - 6pm       Students have free access to our computer resources and library during regular class times.

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I came to Australia to study English at Stanley College. I appreciate
My experience while studying at Stanley College was fantastic
                                                                        the fact that the school was able to provide flexible timetables.
with fabulous teachers. It was for this reason that I chose to
                                                                        I made lots of friends from different countries. There were many
continue my educational journey in this school. After completing
                                                                        Brazilians in my share house and they taught me Portuguese! Perth
my English certificate, I started the commercial cookery course.
                                                                        is a friendly place, rich in nature. I went to various sightseeing
This new course is really interesting. I still have a while to go but
                                                                        places and enjoyed the beautiful beaches and seeing cute animals.
I am sure that Stanley College will take me to the highest level of
                                                                        I would recommend studying at Stanley College and coming to
preparation for my career!
                                                                        Perth.
Oriana De Palmis, Italy                                                 Maho Tanaka, Japan

 I had a great time studying at Stanley College in Perth. I was
 worried at first, but the school and my teachers were very
                                                                        I really enjoyed my cultural exchange at Stanley College. There
 welcoming and friendly. I studied English and I was able to learn
                                                                        are students from many different countries at Stanley College. It
 about a lot of culture as my class had many people from different
                                                                        was very interesting to learn about different cultures. Matt, my
 nationalities. I was able to make a lot of friends during my stay
                                                                        teacher is so funny and I enjoyed his lessons. I never felt exhausted
 here. If I have the opportunity, I would like to come back again. I
                                                                        or overwhelmed.
 really like Perth and Stanley College. Thank you for the kindness
 Stanley College!
                                                                        Patrizia Beatrice, Switzerland
 Yumi Sugawara, Japan

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TRANSLATION AND INTERPRETING
     You can become a qualified translator or interpreter equipped with professional
     knowledge, skills and experience valued by leading organisations with our NAATI
     endorsed translation and interpretation courses.

                Campus: West Perth                                                        This is a NAATI
                                                                                       Endorsed Qualification.

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PSP50916                                                                                      PSP60816
DIPLOMA OF INTERPRETING                                                                       ADVANCED DIPLOMA OF
(LOTE-ENGLISH)                                                                                TRANSLATING
CRICOS COURSE CODE: 095310M                                                                   CRICOS COURSE CODE: 095311K
As an interpreter, your job is to translate conversation between people                       A translating career is very useful as it can take you all over the world.
who speak different languages. This course enables you to take the                            This course offers advanced skills for translating in specialised settings,
first step towards professional practice as an interpreter - while gaining                    including the ability to undertake extensive research and translate
the necessary skills for interpreting in general conversational settings.                     complex language and concepts. It is designed for those translating in
                                                                                              highly professional sectors such as law, health, medicine, technology,
It also helps improve language proficiency and covers important areas
                                                                                              and science. To qualify for enrolment, candidates need a strong
such as professional ethics. To qualify for enrolment, candidates need
                                                                                              background in written and spoken English and Mandarin Chinese.
a strong background in written and spoken English and Mandarin
Chinese.
                                                                                              CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
                                                                                              This qualification suits students seeking a career in the following job
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES                                                                          roles:
This qualification suits students seeking a career in the following job                       • Translator
roles:                                                                                       • Communication Officer
• Interpreter                                                                                 • Office Assistant
• Communication Officer
• Office Assistant                                                                            DURATION
                                                                                              This course is delivered over 20 weeks, plus six weeks of holidays.
DURATION                                                                                      Weekday and weekend classes are also available, plus a self-study
This course is delivered over 20 weeks, plus six weeks of holidays.                           component.
Weekday and weekend classes are available, plus a self-study
component.                                                                                    STUDY MODES
                                                                                              The delivery methods for this course include:
STUDY MODES                                                                                   • Classroom based learning
The delivery methods for this course include:                                                 • Parts of this course are delivered and assessed in Mandarin.
• Classroom based learning
• Some parts of this course are delivered and assessed in Mandarin.                           FURTHER STUDIES
                                                                                              On completion of the PSP60816 Advanced Diploma of Translating
FURTHER STUDIES                                                                               students may pursue selected Bachelor courses at Universities.
On completion of the PSP50916 Diploma of Interpreting (LOTE-English),
students may pursue the PSP60816 Advanced Diploma of Translating
at Stanley College or selected Bachelor courses at Universities.
                                                                                                         Completion of PSP60816 Advanced Diploma of Translating
       Completion of PSP50916 Diploma of Interpreting (LOTE – English)
                                                                                                 Applicable Tests
    Applicable Tests                                                                                                                  Student Pathway
                                        Student Pathway                                             Available
       Available
                                                                                               NAATI
                            -NAATI expects that individuals that pass the NAATI                                         - NAATI Certified Professional Translator
                                                                                               Certification Test
 CCL Test                   CCL test will be able to claim CCL points (referred
                                                                                              *Note: Students can complete the CCL test independently, without completing the PSP50916 or
 -Credentialed              to as the ‘five bonus points’).                                   PSP60816 qualifications*
 Community                  -An individual who has passed a CCL test is not
 Language Test              NAATI Certified to work as an interpreter or
                            translator.
 NAATI Certification                                                                           For entry requirements, please refer to page                                     43
                            -NAATI Certified Provisional Interpreter
 Test
                                                                                               For fees and intake dates for 2019, please refer to page                         44
*Note: Students can complete the CCL test independently, without completing the PSP50916 or
PSP60816 qualifications*

   QUALIFICATION RULES                                                                        RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING (RPL)OR WORK EXPERIENCE
   Please refer to our website www.stanleycollege.edu.au and visit                            Recognition is available (on application) to students with prior skills,
   the course page for a listing of the units delivered in this course                        experience, knowledge or qualifications obtained from formal
   at Stanley College.                                                                        studies or training, in a related area. Recognition may reduce the
                                                                                              duration of your studies.
   FULL TIME STUDIES
   All full time studies requires students to attend a minimum of 20
   scheduled course contact hours per week.

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COMMERCIAL COOKERY COURSES

     Whether you want to be the head chef at a top restaurant, open your own restaurant, organise events, or produce
     fresh baked goods, you can achieve your career goals in cookery with our courses.

                Campus: James Street

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COMMERCIAL COOKERY PATHWAY
SIT30816                                                                                  SIT40516

CERTIFICATE III IN                                                                        CERTIFICATE IV IN
COMMERCIAL COOKERY                                                                        COMMERCIAL COOKERY
CRICOS COURSE CODE: 094890E                                                               CRICOS COURSE CODE: 094891D

Cookery is a rewarding career offering a host of exciting opportunities,                  This course enables you to develop the necessary competency and
both in Australia and internationally. In this course, you will learn all                 knowledge in cookery to lead a team. You will also learn to implement
the necessary skills to become a qualified cook in a commercial                           operational plans and food safety programs - and acquire skills in
kitchen. Students learn all about the organisation, preparation and                       people management, inventory control and budgeting.
presentation of food, and are trained in many different methods of
cookery.                                                                                  CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
                                                                                          This qualification suits students seeking a career in the following job
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES                                                                      roles:
This qualification suits students seeking a career in the following job                   • Chef
role:                                                                                    • Chef de partie
• Cook
                                                                                          DURATION
DURATION                                                                                  For students who have completed the Stanley College SIT30816
This course is delivered over 40 weeks, plus 12 weeks of holidays.                        Certificate III in Commercial Cookery, the course duration is 20
Classes are rostered for two-and-a-half days per week, plus a self-                       weeks, plus six weeks of holidays. Classes are rostered for two-and-
study component.                                                                          a-half days per week, plus a self-study component.

STUDY MODES                                                                               STUDY MODES
The delivery methods for this course include:                                             The delivery methods for this course include:
• Classroom based learning                                                                • Classroom based learning
• Practical training and assessment in commercial kitchens - including                    • Practical training and assessment is completed in commercial
   Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre (PCEC) and Stanley                                 kitchens, including Stanley College’s own The Culinary Workshop.
   College’s own The Culinary Workshop
• Work-based training.                                                                    FURTHER STUDIES
                                                                                          On completion of the SIT40516 Certificate IV in Commercial
WORK-BASED TRAINING                                                                       Cookery, students may pursue the SIT50416 Diploma of Hospitality
The course comprises work-based training of 200 scheduled contact                         Management at Stanley College or other CRICOS registered
hours over 10 weeks. This enables students to practice their skills and                   training organisations.
knowledge in real workplace settings – making them job-ready# at
graduation. To facilitate this, Stanley College has work-based training
agreements with a number of employers.                                                     Please refer for information about The Culinary Workshop page   23
All work-based training placements are organised by Stanley College’s                      For entry requirements, please refer to page                    43
Employment Liaison Team in consultation with students. To view a list of                   For fees and intake dates for 2019, please refer to page        44
approved work-based training Employers, visit our website for more
information. Note, the list is subject to updates and may vary from time
to time.

# completing a course at Stanley College, does not guarantee a migration outcome. If
you decide you want to undertake further study or work in Australia, on graduation, you
will need to check whether your visa allows this or whether you need to apply for a new
visa by referring to www.homeaffairs.gov.au for more information.

FURTHER STUDIES
On completion of the SIT30816 Certificate III in Commercial Cookery,
students may pursue the SIT40516 Certificate IV in Commercial
Cookery at Stanley College or other CRICOS registered training
organisations.

   QUALIFICATION RULES                                                                    RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING (RPL)OR WORK EXPERIENCE
   Please refer to our website www.stanleycollege.edu.au and visit                        Recognition is available (on application) to students with prior skills,
   the course page for a listing of the units delivered in this course                    experience, knowledge or qualifications obtained from formal
   at Stanley College.                                                                    studies or training, in a related area. Recognition may reduce the
                                                                                          duration of your studies.
   FULL TIME STUDIES
   All full time studies requires students to attend a minimum of 20
   scheduled course contact hours per week.
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COMMERCIAL COOKERY PATHWAY
     SIT50416                                                                  SIT60316

     DIPLOMA OF                                                                ADVANCED DIPLOMA OF
     HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT                                                    HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
     CRICOS COURSE CODE: 091051B                                               CRICOS COURSE CODE: 091123B

     Students will enhance their skills and knowledge to become competent      Managing people is one of the most rewarding jobs a person can
     chefs – while also developing excellent communication and leadership      do. This course gives you the skills and experience to become a senior
     skills. Focus areas include budgeting, customer service, financial        manager in any hospitality functional area. You will learn how to make
     management, inventory control and operational planning.                   decisions across a wide-range of technical, creative and managerial
                                                                               areas. The course will also enable you to work across a wide range of
     CAREER OPPORTUNITIES                                                      hospitality settings, including restaurants, hotels, catering operations,
     This qualification suits students seeking a career in the following job   motels, clubs, pubs and coffee shops.
     roles:
     • Chef de Cuisine                                                         CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
     • Sous Chef                                                               This qualification suits students seeking a career in the following job
     • Kitchen Manager                                                         roles:
                                                                               • Executive Chef
     DURATION                                                                  • Executive Sous Chef
     For students who have completed the Stanley College SIT30816              • Head Chef
     Certificate III in Commercial Cookery and SIT40516 Certificate IV in
     Commercial Cookery the course duration is 20 weeks, plus six weeks        DURATION
     of holidays. Classes are rostered for two-and-a-half days per week,       For students who have completed the Stanley College SIT50416
     plus a self-study component.                                              Diploma of Hospitality Management, the course duration is 40
                                                                               weeks, plus 12 weeks of holidays. Classes are rostered for two-and-
     STUDY MODES                                                               a-half days per week, plus a self-study component.
     The delivery methods for this course include:
     • Classroom based learning                                                STUDY MODES
     • Practical training and assessment at The Culinary Workshop.             The delivery methods for this course include:
                                                                               • Classroom based learning.
     FURTHER STUDIES
     On completion of the SIT50416 Diploma of Hospitality Management,          FURTHER STUDIES
     students may pursue the SIT60316 Advanced Diploma of Hospitality          On completion of the SIT60316 Advanced Diploma of Hospitality
     Management at Stanley College or selected Bachelor courses at             Management, students may pursue selected Bachelor courses at
     Universities.                                                             Universities.

                                                                                Please refer for information about The Culinary Workshop page   23
                                                                                For entry requirements, please refer to page                    43
                                                                                For fees and intake dates for 2019, please refer to page        44

       QUALIFICATION RULES                                                     RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING (RPL)OR WORK EXPERIENCE
       Please refer to our website www.stanleycollege.edu.au and visit         Recognition is available (on application) to students with prior skills,
       the course page for a listing of the units delivered in this course     experience, knowledge or qualifications obtained from formal
       at Stanley College.                                                     studies or training, in a related area. Recognition may reduce the
                                                                               duration of your studies.
       FULL TIME STUDIES
       All full time studies requires students to attend a minimum of 20
       scheduled course contact hours per week.

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PATISSERIE PATHWAY
SIT31016                                                                                SIT40716

CERTIFICATE III IN PATISSERIE                                                           CERTIFICATE IV IN PATISSERIE
CRICOS COURSE CODE: 096368G                                                             CRICOS COURSE CODE: 096369F

Learn how to become a competent Pastry chef (Pâtissier) in a commercial                 Students develop competency in Patisserie - while also learning to
kitchen. You will be taught about the organisation, preparation and                     lead a team. You also acquire the skills to implement operational
presentation of food - and also gain a sound knowledge of kitchen                       plans and food safety programs, while attaining expertise in people
operations to produce patisserie products.                                              management, inventory control and budgeting.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES                                                                    CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
This qualification suits students seeking a career in the following job                 This qualification suits students seeking a career in the following job
roles:                                                                                 roles:
• Pastry chef                                                                           • Chef de Partie
• Pâtissier                                                                             • Chef Patissier

DURATION                                                                                DURATION
This course is delivered over 38 weeks, plus 14 weeks of holidays.                      For students who have completed the Stanley College SIT31016
Classes are rostered for two-and-a-half days per week, plus a self-                     Certificate III in Patisserie, the course duration is 20 weeks, plus six
study component.                                                                        weeks of holidays. Classes are rostered for two-and-a-half days per
                                                                                        week, plus a self-study component.
STUDY MODES
The delivery methods for this course include:                                           STUDY MODES
• Classroom based learning                                                              The delivery methods for this course include:
• Practical training and assessment is completed in commercial kitchens,                • Classroom based learning
   including Stanley College’s own The Culinary Workshop                                • Practical training and assessment is completed in commercial kitchens,
• Work-based training.                                                                     including Stanley College’s own The Culinary Workshop
                                                                                        • Work-based training.
WORK-BASED TRAINING
This course contains work-based training of 160 scheduled course                        WORK-BASED TRAINING
contact hours over eight weeks. During work-based training, students                    This course comprises 60 scheduled course contact hours over three
can practice their skills and knowledge in real workplace settings                      weeks. During work-based training, students can practice their skills
– greatly assisting them to be job-ready# at graduation. Stanley                        and knowledge in real workplace settings – thus enabling them to be
College also has work-based training agreements with a number of                        job-ready# at graduation. To facilitate this, Stanley College has work-
employers.                                                                              based training agreements with a number of employers.

All work-based training placements are organised by Stanley College’s                   All work-based training placements are organised by Stanley College’s
Employment Liaison Team in consultation with students. To view a list of                Employment Liaison Team in consultation with students. To view a list of
approved Work-based training Employers, visit our website for more                      approved Work-based training Employers, visit our website for more
information. Note, the list is subject to updates and may vary from time                information. Note, the list is subject to updates and may vary from time
to time.                                                                                to time.

# completing a course at Stanley College, does not guarantee a migration outcome. If    # completing a course at Stanley College, does not guarantee a migration outcome. If
you decide you want to undertake further study or work in Australia, on graduation,     you decide you want to undertake further study or work in Australia, on graduation,
you will need to check whether your visa allows this or whether you need to apply for   you will need to check whether your visa allows this or whether you need to apply for
a new visa by referring to www.homeaffairs.gov.au for more information.                 a new visa by referring to www.homeaffairs.gov.au for more information.

FURTHER STUDIES                                                                         FURTHER STUDIES
On completion of the SIT31016 Certificate III in Patisserie, students may               On completion of the SIT40716 Certificate IV in Patisserie, students
pursue the SIT40716 Certificate IV in Patisserie at Stanley College or                  may pursue the SIT50416 Diploma of Hospitality Management at
other CRICOS registered training organisations.                                         Stanley College or other CRICOS registered training organisations.

                                                                                         Please refer for information about The Culinary Workshop page            23
                                                                                         For entry requirements, please refer to page                             43
                                                                                         For fees and intake dates for 2019, please refer to page                 44

   QUALIFICATION RULES                                                                  RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING (RPL)OR WORK EXPERIENCE
   Please refer to our website www.stanleycollege.edu.au and visit                      Recognition is available (on application) to students with prior skills,
   the course page for a listing of the units delivered in this course                  experience, knowledge or qualifications obtained from formal
   at Stanley College.                                                                  studies or training, in a related area. Recognition may reduce the
                                                                                        duration of your studies.
   FULL TIME STUDIES
   All full time studies requires students to attend a minimum of 20
   scheduled course contact hours per week.                                                                                                                                     17
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PATISSERIE PATHWAY
     SIT50416                                                                   SIT60316

     DIPLOMA OF                                                                 ADVANCED DIPLOMA OF
     HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT                                                     HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
     CRICOS COURSE CODE: 091051B                                                CRICOS COURSE CODE: 091123B

     To work as a chef is one of the most satisfying jobs you can do.           This course provides you with the competency to become a senior
     While providing all of the necessary skills to become a competent          manager in any hospitality functional area. You will learn how to make
     chef, this course also teaches budgeting, customer service, financial      decisions across a wide-range of technical, creative and managerial
     management, inventory control and operational planning. It also            areas. It will also equip you with the skills needed to work in various
     develops your communication and leadership skills.                         hospitality settings, such as restaurants, hotels, catering operations,
                                                                                motels, clubs, pubs and coffee shops.
     CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
     This qualification suits students seeking a career in the following job    CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
     roles:                                                                    This qualification suits students seeking a career in the following job
     • Chef de Cuisine                                                          roles:
     • Chef Patissie                                                            • Executive Chef
     • Sous Chef                                                                • Executive Sous Chef
                                                                                • Head Chef
     DURATION
     For students who have completed the Stanley College SIT31016               DURATION
     Certificate III in Patisserie and SIT40716 Certificate IV in Patisserie,   For students who have completed the Stanley College SIT50416
     the course duration is 20 weeks, plus six weeks of holidays. Classes       Diploma of Hospitality Management, the course duration is 40
     are rostered for two-and-a-half days per week, plus a self-study           weeks, plus 12 weeks of holidays. Classes are rostered for two-and-
     component.                                                                 a-half days per week, plus a self-study component.

     STUDY MODES                                                                STUDY MODES
     The delivery methods for this course include:                              The delivery methods for this course include:
     • Classroom based learning                                                 • Classroom based learning.
     • Practical training and assessment at The Culinary Workshop.
                                                                                FURTHER STUDIES
     FURTHER STUDIES                                                            On completion of the SIT60316 Advanced Diploma of Hospitality
     On completion of the SIT50416 Diploma of Hospitality Management,           Management, students may pursue selected Bachelor courses at
     students may pursue the SIT60316 Advanced Diploma of Hospitality           Universities.
     Management at Stanley College or selected Bachelor courses at
     Universities.
                                                                                 Please refer for information about The Culinary Workshop page   23
                                                                                 For entry requirements, please refer to page                    43
                                                                                 For fees and intake dates for 2019, please refer to page        44

       QUALIFICATION RULES                                                      RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING (RPL)OR WORK EXPERIENCE
       Please refer to our website www.stanleycollege.edu.au and visit          Recognition is available (on application) to students with prior skills,
       the course page for a listing of the units delivered in this course      experience, knowledge or qualifications obtained from formal
       at Stanley College.                                                      studies or training, in a related area. Recognition may reduce the
                                                                                duration of your studies.
       FULL TIME STUDIES
       All full time studies requires students to attend a minimum of 20
       scheduled course contact hours per week.

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HOSPITALITY COURSES

Learn the fine art of service and improving customer experience - while enhancing your skillsets to become an expert
food and beverage specialist.

          Campus: James Street            Campus: West Perth

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FOOD AND BEVERAGE PATHWAY
     SIT20316                                                                                  SIT30616

     CERTIFICATE II IN HOSPITALITY                                                             CERTIFICATE III IN HOSPITALITY
     CRICOS COURSE CODE: 097582D                                                               CRICOS COURSE CODE: 097583C
     Kick start your career in our fast growing and diverse hospitality                        This course equips you with the skills and knowledge to work in a
     industry by learning how to become a bar attendant, cafe attendant,                       variety of positions - including food and beverage attendant, function
     catering assistant, or food and beverage attendant. You will acquire                      host, restaurant host, senior bar attendant, waiter and espresso coffee
     a range of core skills and knowledge to work in various hospitality                       machine operator. It also teaches you well-developed hospitality
     settings - such as restaurants, hotels, motels, catering operations,                      service, sales or operational skills, and provides a sound knowledge
     clubs, pubs and coffee shops.                                                             of industry operations. You will learn to work independently or with
                                                                                               limited supervision.
     CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
     This qualification suits students seeking a career in the following job                   CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
     roles:                                                                                    This qualification suits students seeking a         career in the following job
     • Bar Attendant                • Catering Assistant                                       roles:
     • Café Attendant               • Food and Beverage Attendant                              • Espresso Coffee Machine Operator                   • Waiter
                                                                                               • Food and Beverage Attendant                        • Restaurant Host
     DURATION                                                                                  • Function Attendant                                 • Senior Bar Attendant
     This course is delivered over 13 weeks, plus two weeks of holidays.                       • Function Host
     Classes are rostered for two-and-a-half days per week, plus a self-
     study component.                                                                          DURATION
                                                                                               This course is delivered over 20 weeks, plus six weeks of holidays.
     STUDY MODES                                                                               Classes are rostered for two-and-a-half days per week, plus a self-
     The delivery methods for this course include:                                             study component.
     • Classroom based learning
     • Practical training and assessment in commercial restaurant,                             STUDY MODES
        including Stanley College’s own The Culinary Workshop                                  The delivery methods for this course include:
     • Work-based training.                                                                    • Classroom based learning
                                                                                               • Practical training and assessment in commercial restaurant,
     WORK-BASED TRAINING                                                                          including Stanley College’s own The Culinary Workshop
     This course contains work-based training of 60 scheduled course contact                   • Work-based training.
     hours over three weeks. During work-based training, you will be able
     to practice your skills and knowledge in real workplace settings - thus                   WORK-BASED TRAINING
     greatly assisting you to be job-ready# at graduation. To facilitate this,                 Students must complete work-based training of 120 scheduled course
     Stanley College has agreements with a number of employers.                                contact hours over six weeks. During work-based training, you will be
                                                                                               able to practice your skills and knowledge in real workplace settings,
     All work-based training placements are organised by Stanley College’s                     helping you to be job-ready# at graduation. Stanley College also has
     Employment Liaison Team in consultation with students. To view a list of                  work-based training agreements with a number of employers.
     approved work-based training Employers, visit our website for more
     information. Note, the list is subject to updates and may vary from time                  All work-based training placements are organised by Stanley College’s
     to time.                                                                                  Employment Liaison Team in consultation with students. To view a list of
     # completing a course at Stanley College, does not guarantee a migration outcome. If
                                                                                               approved Work-based training Employers, visit our website for more
     you decide you want to undertake further study or work in Australia, on graduation, you   information. Note, the list is subject to updates and may vary from time
     will need to check whether your visa allows this or whether you need to apply for a new   to time.
     visa by referring to www.homeaffairs.gov.au for more information.
                                                                                               # completing a course at Stanley College, does not guarantee a migration outcome. If
     FURTHER STUDIES                                                                           you decide you want to undertake further study or work in Australia, on graduation, you
                                                                                               will need to check whether your visa allows this or whether you need to apply for a new
     On completion of the SIT20316 Certificate III in Hospitality, students                    visa by referring to www.homeaffairs.gov.au for more information
     may pursue the SIT30616 Certificate III in Hospitality at Stanley College
     or other CRICOS registered training organisations.                                        FURTHER STUDIES
                                                                                               On completion of SIT30616 Certificate III in Hospitality, students may
                                                                                               pursue the SIT40416 Certificate IV in Hospitality at Stanley College or
          QUALIFICATION RULES                                                                  other CRICOS registered training organisations.
          Please refer to our website www.stanleycollege.edu.au and
          visit the course page for a listing of the units delivered in this
          course at Stanley College.
          FULL TIME STUDIES                                                                     Please refer for information about The Culinary Workshop page              23
          All full time studies requires students to attend a minimum of                        For entry requirements, please refer to page                               43
          20 scheduled course contact hours per week.
                                                                                                For fees and intake dates for 2019, please refer to page                   44
          RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING (RPL)OR WORK
          EXPERIENCE
          Recognition is available (on application) to students with
          prior skills, experience, knowledge or qualifications obtained
20        from formal studies or training, in a related area. Recognition
          may reduce the duration of your studies.
FOOD AND BEVERAGE PATHWAY
SIT40416                                                                  SIT50416

CERTIFICATE IV IN HOSPITALITY                                             DIPLOMA OF
CRICOS COURSE CODE: 097584B                                               HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
Students gain the skills and knowledge to work in a variety of            CRICOS COURSE CODE: 091051B
positions - including bar supervisor/team leader, food and beverage
supervisor/team leader, shift manager or duty manager. They also          Being a Restaurant or Function Manager is one of the most exciting
learn a broad range of hospitality service, sales or operational skills   jobs in the Hospitality industry. Learn how to plan, organise and
- combined with supervisory skills and a sound knowledge of industry      coordinate events, projects and functions - while also acquiring
operations. Lastly, students learn to operate independently, and how      the skills to maintain smooth hospitality operations and effectively
to work with limited guidance from others.                                manage a team.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES                                                      CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
This qualification suits students seeking a career in the following job   This qualification suits students seeking a career in the following job
roles:                                                                    roles:
                                                                          • Restaurant Manager
• Bar Supervisor or Team Leader
                                                                          • Banquet or Function Manager
• Duty Manager
                                                                          • Bar and Cafe Manager
• Food and Beverage Supervisor or Team Leader
• Shift Manager
                                                                          DURATION
                                                                          This course has two study options:
DURATION
                                                                          Option 1 (Advanced Standing) - This course is delivered over 18
This course is delivered over 20 weeks, plus six weeks of holidays.
Classes are rostered for two-and-a-half days per week, plus a self-       weeks, plus eight weeks of holidays*
study component.                                                          Option 2 (Direct Entry) - This course is delivered over 40 weeks, plus
                                                                          12 weeks of holidays.*
STUDY MODES                                                               *Classes are rostered for two-and-a-half days per week, plus a self-study
The delivery methods for this course include:                             component.
• Classroom based learning
                                                                          STUDY MODES
• Practical training and assessment is completed in commercial
                                                                          The delivery methods for this course include:
   restaurant, including Stanley College’s own The Culinary Workshop.     • Classroom based learning
                                                                          • Practical training and assessment at The Culinary Workshop
FURTHER STUDIES                                                           • Work-based training.
On completion of the SIT40416 Certificate IV in Hospitality, students
may pursue the SIT50416 Diploma of Hospitality Management at              WORK-BASED TRAINING - Option 2 (Direct Entry) only
Stanley College or other CRICOS registered training organisations.        This course contains work-based training of 108 scheduled course
                                                                          contact hours over a period of five weeks. Work-based training enables
                                                                          you to practice their skills and knowledge in real workplace settings -
                                                                          thus assisting you to be job-ready# at graduation. Stanley College also
                                                                          has work-based training agreements with several employers.

                                                                          All work-based training placements are organised by Stanley College’s
    QUALIFICATION RULES                                                   Employment Liaison Team in consultation with students. To view a list of
    Please refer to our website www.stanleycollege.edu.au and             approved work-based training Employers, visit our website for more
    visit the course page for a listing of the units delivered in this    information. Note, the list is subject to updates and may vary from time
                                                                          to time.
    course at Stanley College.
    FULL TIME STUDIES                                                     # completing a course at Stanley College, does not guarantee a migration outcome. If
                                                                          you decide you want to undertake further study or work in Australia, on graduation, you
                                                                          will need to check whether your visa allows this or whether you need to apply for a new
    All full time studies requires students to attend a minimum of        visa by referring to www.homeaffairs.gov.au for more information
    20 scheduled course contact hours per week.
    RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING (RPL)OR WORK                           FURTHER STUDIES
    EXPERIENCE                                                            On completion of the SIT50416 Diploma of Hospitality Management,
                                                                          students may pursue the SIT60316 Advanced Diploma of Hospitality
    Recognition is available (on application) to students with            Management at Stanley College or selected Bachelor courses at
    prior skills, experience, knowledge or qualifications obtained        Universities.
    from formal studies or training, in a related area. Recognition
    may reduce the duration of your studies.                               Please refer for information about The Culinary Workshop page              23
                                                                           For entry requirements, please refer to page                               43
                                                                           For fees and intake dates for 2019, please refer to page                   44

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FOOD AND BEVERAGE PATHWAY
     SIT60316

     ADVANCED DIPLOMA OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
     CRICOS COURSE CODE: 091123B
     A career in Hospitality Management is both rewarding and satisfying.       DURATION
     As a senior manager in the hospitality area you will work across all       For students who have completed the Stanley College SIT50416
     functional areas, except for the kitchen. Successful completion of this    Diploma of Hospitality Management, the course duration is 40
     course will teach you a wide range of skills - and enable you to work in   weeks, plus 12 weeks of holidays. Classes are rostered for two-and-
     restaurants, hotels, catering operations, motels, clubs, pubs and coffee   a-half days per week, plus a self-study component.
     shops.
                                                                                STUDY MODES
     CAREER OPPORTUNITIES                                                       The delivery methods for this course include:
     This qualification suits students seeking a career in the following job    • Classroom based learning.
     roles:
     • Area Manager or Operations Manager                                       FURTHER STUDIES
     • Cafe Owner or Manager                                                    On completion of the SIT60316 Advanced Diploma of Hospitality
     • Food and Beverage Manager
                                                                                Management, students may pursue selected Bachelor courses at
                                                                                Universities.
         QUALIFICATION RULES
         Please refer to our website www.stanleycollege.edu.au and               Please refer for information about The Culinary Workshop page   23
         visit the course page for a listing of the units delivered in this      For entry requirements, please refer to page                    43
         course at Stanley College.
                                                                                 For fees and intake dates for 2019, please refer to page        44
         FULL TIME STUDIES
         All full time studies requires students to attend a minimum of
         20 scheduled course contact hours per week.
         RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING (RPL)OR WORK
         EXPERIENCE
         Recognition is available (on application) to students with
         prior skills, experience, knowledge or qualifications obtained
         from formal studies or training, in a related area. Recognition
         may reduce the duration of your studies.

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PRACTICAL VENUES FOR COMMERCIAL COOKERY AND HOSPITALITY COURSES
                                THE CULINARY WORKSHOP
                                As the official training venue for Stanley College hospitality courses, The Culinary Workshop has two commercial
                                kitchens and a restaurant on campus. This provides students with a distinct advantage as they can develop and improve
                                their cookery, management, customer service and other skills in a real work environment.
                                SIT30816 Certificate III in Commercial Cookery students spend 20 weeks (Term Two and Three) in the kitchen learning
                                practical skills before going to work-based training for 10 weeks (Term Four) at our partner clubs/hotels.

WORK-BASED TRAINING VENUES FOR
COMMERCIAL COOKERY AND HOSPITALITY COURSES
THE RENDEZVOUS HOTEL PERTH                                       PAGODA RESORT AND SPA
SCARBOROUGH                                                      The Pagoda Resort and Spa provides our students with the opportunity to be trained
Stanley College is partnered with                                professionally in the hospitality industry. The 4.5 star International Pagoda Resort and Spa
Rendezvous Hotel Perth Scarborough                               is situated in the heart of the vibrant city of South Perth, just minutes from the Perth CBD
to provide state-of-the-art, work-based                          and nestled on the banks of the Swan River - providing a central and convenient location
student training. The Rendezvous Hotel is                        for the business or leisure traveller.
an iconic beachfront hotel overlooking the                       With more than 100 highly qualified and well-trained professional staff to help guide
magnificent white sand of Scarborough                            you through your work experience, you can be assured your introduction to the world of
Beach. The hotel’s signature restaurant,                         hospitality will be both exciting and productive.
Straits Café, boasts a modern Australian
menu with a focus on regionally sourced                          MERCURE HOTEL
produce. The team of award-winning chefs                         Stanley College is a proud partner of yet another successful and world-renowned
will help enhance your culinary skills and                       establishment- the Mercure Hotel Perth. The Mercure Hotel is part of the collective brand
professionalism - enabling you to enter the                      Accor, which boasts 4100 hotels across 95 countries.
industry with invaluable experience.
                                                                 Their Beccaria Restaurant is open every day from breakfast to dinner, and students can
                                                                 learn cooking from a wide-range of contemporary European menus, with an Australian
                                                                 focus. Mercure Hotel is committed to helping our students succeed in the hospitality industry,
                                                                 and encourages a practical and ‘hands-on’ learning experience.

At Stanley College, we believe in long-lasting partnerships with employers that share our beliefs of quality education and excellence in customer service. Work-based training is
organised by Stanley College’s Employment Liaison Officers, into workplaces approved by Stanley College that assist in the provision of educational or support services for its
students.
As a Registered Training Organisation, Stanley College holds agreements with all approved Work-based training Employers. For a full list of registered employers for each
department,
visit www.stanleycollege.edu.au

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This course was very helpful for me in getting a job. I learnt many   One of the best parts of my course was gaining real work
      things at Rendezvous Hotel during my work-based training. When        experience through the work-based training. I was very keen
      I got the job offer from them I was so glad to have the job           and open to learning new things during my work placement. My
      opportunity so quickly. I am now working for Rendezvous Hotels        supervising manager gave me different tasks, which I performed to
      as a Level-Two cook.                                                  the level required. I was provided with training and some important
                                                                            feedback from the manager, who helped me to develop more
                                                                            skills to deliver my job efficiently.
      Amarjot Singh, India
                                                                            Kirtee Darshinee Taurah, Mauritus

      I have learnt a vast amount of information from Stanley College.      I have enjoyed studying at Stanley College as it has a great
      During my work-based training, I showed them what I have learnt       learning environment. While studying, I gained my work
      from Stanley College. Upon completion, I could find a job easily. I   experience at Travelodge Hotel Perth. I enjoyed working there
      was employed as a chef and I have been working there for 3            and was offered a job there after. Completing my study at Stanley
      months.                                                               College has helped me achieve my dream and aspiration to stay
                                                                            in Australia.

      Tae Hwan Lee, Korea                                                   Mustafa Kamali Sicuro, Italy

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HEALTH COURSES

Our Health Care courses put you on the path to a rewarding career in supporting and motivating people along their
journey towards dignity and improving their self-esteem.

          Campus: Mirrabooka             Campus: West Perth

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CHC33015                                                                                CHC43015

     CERTIFICATE III IN INDIVIDUAL                                                           CERTIFICATE IV IN
     SUPPORT (AGEING)                                                                        AGEING SUPPORT
     CRICOS COURSE CODE: 091309C                                                             CRICOS COURSE CODE: 091310K

     Caring for the aged and disabled is a rewarding and fulfilling career.                  Further your career in Aged Service, and assist the elderly - whether
     This course teaches students all of the necessary skills and knowledge                  in residential, home or community-based environments - by learning
     to work in community and/or residential aged care facilities. You will                  how to put in place individualised plans to support their needs. You
     learn how to provide personal care and support - and also be trained                    will also gain the necessary experience to cater for older people
     in safety procedures and the legal and ethical framework of this sector.                with complex needs, and learn how to work effectively with culturally
                                                                                             diverse clients and co-workers.
     CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
     This qualification suits students seeking a career in the following job                 CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
     roles:                                                                                 This qualification suits students seeking a career in the following job
     • Accommodation Support Worker               • Respite Care Worker                      roles:
     • Personal Care Giver                                                                   • Aged Care Activity Worker               • Care Service Team Leader
                                                                                             • Care Supervisor (Aged Care)
     DURATION
     This course is delivered over 22 weeks, plus four weeks of holidays.                    DURATION
     Classes are rostered for three days per week, plus a self-study                         This course is delivered over 20 weeks, plus six weeks of holidays.
     component.                                                                              Classes are rostered for three days per week, plus a self-study
                                                                                             component.
     STUDY MODES
     The study modes for this course include:                                                STUDY MODES
     • Classroom based learning                                                              The study modes for this course include:
     • Work-based training.                                                                  • Classroom based learning
                                                                                             • Work-based training.
     WORK-BASED TRAINING
     This course comprises 200 scheduled course contact hours over a                         WORK-BASED TRAINING
     period of 10 weeks. Work-based training allows you to practice your                     This consists of 125 scheduled course contact hours over a period
     skills and knowledge in real workplace settings - thus assisting you to                 of five weeks - enabling you to practice your skills and knowledge
     be job-ready# at graduation. To facilitate this, Stanley College also                   in real workplace settings. This also assists you to be job-ready# at
     has work-based training agreements with several employers.                              graduation. Stanley College has work-based training agreements
                                                                                             with a number of employers.
     All work-based training placements are organised by Stanley College’s
     Employment Liaison Team in consultation with students. To view a list of                All work-based training placements are organised by Stanley College’s
     approved work-based training Employers, visit our website for more                      Employment Liaison Team in consultation with students. To view a list of
     information. Note, the list is subject to updates and may vary from time                approved work-based training Employers, visit our website for more
     to time.                                                                                information. Note, the list is subject to updates and may vary from time
                                                                                             to time.
     Before commencement of work-based training, students are also
     required to provide:                                                                    Before commencement of work-based training, students are also
     • National Police Clearanceˆ                                                            required to provide:
     • Medical Clearance may also be requiredˆ                                               • National Police Clearanceˆ
                                                                                             • Medical Clearance may also be requiredˆ
     ˆRequired to complete the work-based training component of the course.
     # completing a course at Stanley College, does not guarantee a migration outcome. If    ˆRequired to complete the work-based training component of the course.
     you decide you want to undertake further study or work in Australia, on graduation,     # completing a course at Stanley College, does not guarantee a migration outcome. If
     you will need to check whether your visa allows this or whether you need to apply for   you decide you want to undertake further study or work in Australia, on graduation,
     a new visa by referring to www.homeaffairs.gov.au for more information                  you will need to check whether your visa allows this or whether you need to apply for
     .                                                                                       a new visa by referring to www.homeaffairs.gov.au for more information
     FURTHER STUDIES
     Students may elect to pursue the Home and Community Care or                             FURTHER STUDIES
     Disability specialisation by successfully completing four extra units at an             Successful completion of the CHC43015 Certificate IV in Ageing
     additional cost of $840. On completion of the CHC33015 Certificate                      Support will be considered for entry into the Bachelor of Nursing
     III in Individual Support, students may also pursue the CHC43015                        at CQUniversity pending the student meeting the program’s English
     Certificate IV in Ageing Support at Stanley College or other CRICOS                     language requirements. The English language requirement for the
     registered training organisations.                                                      Bachelor of Nursing is an IELTS equivalent of 6.5 with no individual
                                                                                             band less than 6.5.
     ADD-ON OPTIONS: Home and Community or Disability
                                                                                              For entry requirements, please refer to page                             43
     Additional Cost: $840 each
                                                                                              For fees and intake dates for 2019, please refer to page                 44

       QUALIFICATION RULES                                                                     RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING (RPL)OR WORK
       Please refer to our website www.stanleycollege.edu.au and visit                         EXPERIENCE
       the course page for a listing of the units delivered in this course at                  Recognition is available (on application) to students with prior
       Stanley College.                                                                        skills, experience, knowledge or qualifications obtained from
                                                                                               formal studies or training, in a related area. Recognition may
       FULL TIME STUDIES
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       All full time studies requires students to attend a minimum of 20
       scheduled course contact hours per week.
WORK-BASED TRAINING VENUES FOR HEALTH COURSES
AMANA LIVING AGED CARE FACILITY                                        MYVISTA AGED CARE FACILITY
Amana Living is one of Western Australia’s largest not-for-profit      MYVISTA is a not-for-profit aged care facility based in Balcatta,
providers of care and services for the over-55s. It aims to help       providing high quality residential aged care, home care and
people live a fulfilled and meaningful life - and to stay as healthy   retirement living options to older people in the community.
and active as possible.
                                                                       MYVISTA staff and residents have enjoyed a long-standing
At Amana Living Duncraig (Lady McCusker Home), Stanley                 relationship with Stanley College and the facility offers boundless
College students experience up to 10 weeks of practical training,      opportunities for students to gain experience and knowledge.
working alongside care staff. The facility offers residential care     As a student, you will be buddied with an experienced staff
and respite, including dementia care. The student experience is        member and receive an excellent overview of what it means
very hands on, as they use the equipment, attend to activities of      to be a carer: along with all the knowledge and personal
daily living, and get involved with residents’ families.               attributes that entails.
Amana staff really value the extra help, and enjoy the chance          MYVISTA’s Director of Nursing, Dr Mya Daw Sein, has a strong
to be role models and share knowledge. Amana Living has                reputation for excellent teaching - conducting regular training
received very positive responses from students, many of whom           sessions for care staff and Stanley College students. The staff
say their English has improved and they would like to work with        members’ dedication and attention to detail in performing their
the organization again in the future.                                  duties is highly regarded. Mya and the MYVISTA clinical team
                                                                       also act as positive role models to help students develop and
HALL AND PRIOR HEALTH AND AGED CARE GROUP                              grow as good carers, while displaying fairness, compassion,
For the past 20 years, Hall and Prior Health and Aged Care             empathy and kindness.
Group has grown from a single family-owned nursing home to a
leading Australian aged care provider. They are driven by a firm       At Stanley College, we believe in long-lasting partnerships with employers that
commitment to ensuring that quality aged care is accessible for        share our beliefs of quality education and excellence in customer service. Work-
                                                                       based training is organised by Stanley College’s Employment Liaison Officers,
everyone - no matter what their background and circumstances.
                                                                       into workplaces approved by Stanley College that assist in the provision of
Hall and Prior have 14 homes in Western Australia and 10 in            educational or support services for its students.

New South Wales. At Hamersley Aged Care Subiaco, students’             As a Registered Training Organisation, Stanley College holds agreements
                                                                       with all approved work-based training Employers. For a full list of registered
work alongside experienced care staff to gain hands-on                 employers for each department,
knowledge - and connect with residents, their families, and other      visit www.stanleycollege.edu.au
staff members. Hall and Prior homes’ look after residents with
high care needs, and also offer respite care, dementia support
and palliative care.

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