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Pre-enrolment Assessment

Selection for enrolment in our courses will be approved for applicants who meet the qualification admission criteria via Pre-enrolment surveyand a brief interview prior to the confirmation of enrolment at Veritas Institute Australia. This is to ensure that the student has relevant skills required to undertake and successfully complete the qualification within the time-frame specified on electronic confirmation of enrolment (eCoE).

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

International Students are to meet the following admission requirements.

Age Requirements

All students must be aged 18 years of age or over at the time of applying for admission in the College.

Minimum Academic Requirements

Satisfactory completion of Australian Year 12 equivalent education is required for entry into this course.

Minimum English requirements

  • IELTS (Academic): minimum overall band of 5.5 (with no individual band below 5.0)
  • Pearson Test of English (Academic): minimum score of 46 (with no band less than 42)
  • Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) score of 47
  • Certificate in Advanced English (CAE) of 47 or equivalent
  • Occupational English Test (OET) score of PASS
  • TOEFL Internet Based Test (IBT) score of 62

If the student meets Minimum English requirements, language and literacy and numeracy requirements for this course are met.

English exemption

This is generally applicable for onshore international students who have already completed an Australian qualification. If a student has completed an AQF Certificate III level or above qualification (i.e., qualification delivered in English), English requirements are satisfied for the student.

Computer literacy requirements

All learners enrolling in our programs must have basic computer skills.

Students who do not possess basic computer skills will be referred to take a basic computer skills course before the enrolment is finalised. Our course is designed in a manner requiring students to have a working understanding of the following:

  • Computer/laptop
  • The Internet
  • Word processing, spreadsheet and presentation software such as MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint
  • Software to view online videos and images such as Adobe reader, Windows Media Player, Windows Photo Viewer
  • Digital video recording device and/or digital camera and associated software to save and upload video and image files. Many mobile phone and smart phones include this technology
  • Office equipment and resources such as telephone, photocopier, scanner and printer (e.g., Office equipment is used by students in a simulated environment whereby students will undertake role plays tapping business meetings, conferences, online conference, board room meetings)

Students will be completing a pre-enrolment survey that will allow the College to know about your computer skills in advance.

Visa Requirements

International Students must meet the requirements for the Student Visa (i.e., Sub-class 500) and:

  • Be of good character with a genuine interest to undertake the qualification.
  • Are of sound health
  • Must be able to undertake a minimum of 20-hours of classroom training per week.
  • Have acceptable health insurance through the Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) for self and any family members accompanying student to Australia.
  • Demonstrate the capacity to meet basic living costs requirements set by the Australian Government
  • Have a genuine intent of studying


Note: More information about studying in Australia and student visa requirements can be found at the department of home affairs (www. homeaffairs.gov.au).

Unique Student Identifier (USI)

Students will need to provide Veritas Institute Australia their Unique Student Identifier number. A Unique Student Identifier (USI) is a reference number made up of numbers and letters unique to each student. This USI allows students to link their previous and future VET qualifications into a single authenticated transcript (is accessed online). USI will allow students to see completed training results from all previous providers. A USI Number will stay with the student for life. Although, USI is required prior to the issuance of qualifications to students, to avoid any delays the College requests all students to provide their USI during enrolment.


Note: USI is easy to complete, hence, students can create their USI online. Please refer to the website: https://www.usi.gov.au/students/how-do-i-create-usi

Possible study pathways

After completing BSB42015 – Certificate IV in Leadership and Management, Veritas Institute Australia students may pursue BSB51918 – Diploma of Leadership and Management (i.e., AQF Level 5) within the college, or at another college. The College does not guarantee any placement into any pathway program (s) at another institute as it is entirely a responsibility of the student. Also, the College does not guarantee any migration or employment outcomes after the course is complete

Why Choose Veritas Institute Australia?

Veritas Institute Australia offers face-to-face classroom training in relaxed surroundings in Geelong(Regional Victoria). Our face-to-face training effectively engages International students, facilitating learning. The Campus has classrooms fitted with required aids (e.g., internet, white-board, lap-tops, furniture) to optimise your study engagement. We believe that classroom contact is essential as our trainers / assessors are available on campus to assist you in your journey with Veritas Institute Australia.

Students may refer to our student handbook that contains detailed information about our actual facilities.

STUDENT SUPPORT

Veritas Institute Australia has a range of student support services for each phase of your journey with us. The institute’s Staff will support you in all 5 phases of student journey. Our available support examples are provided under each phase of your journey with us. For detailed information, please see our Student Handbook available on the website.

Phase 1

During the first Phase, we will endeavour to provide you with accurate information about our courses & services in a timely manner. Since this is a crucial stage as students choose their education providers, we are here to answer your questions (via phone, email, in person if onshore). Students will receive our Student Handbook containing important information including, but not limited to policies, procedures and your obligations. After reading Marketing Flyer, Student Handbook is the important document that will inform you about most things you need to know about the College and our services. Collectively, marketing information will allow you to make an informed decision whether this course and our services are suitable to your needs.

Phase 2

Phase 2 involves student’s enrolment experience with Veritas Institute Australia. Before finalising enrolment, the College ensures that potential students meet Admission criteria (English language, literacy & numeracy skills, age, academic & visa requirements, computer literacy). Upon completing enrolment application form, students will complete a pre-enrolment survey and will sit a brief oral interview answering a range of questions. Our enrolment staff will help students in case of any questions relating to pre-enrolment & enrolment phases. Information gathered along with documentary evidence during the Enrolment phase will allow the College to know whether students meet admission requirements for course (s) and services meet your individual needs. This phase is students’ chance to provide information relating to any course (s) completed before, so the College can assess and provide course credits. During this phase, we will support you by providing information about our course (s) & services, classes, assessment, fees, refunds & fees protection, complaints & appeals, deferment, course progress requirements, College obligations towards students and student obligations. Our main aim is that you understand our course structure, requirements and your own obligations and commitments.

Enrolment Steps Fee (s) Payable Student Task Purpose College Response
Step 1 Not Applicable at this stage Student will read marketing information from Course Flyer (s) and the college staff. The student will assess the marketing materials whether the course, college and country are suitable for the student. This is a critical step and students are advised to discuss marketing information with their superiors, college staff and / or parent/guardians.
Student will also read Student Handbook that contains comprehensive information for students. The College staff will individual email Student Handbook to the potential student during recruitment ensuring that it is read and understood.
The College will provide further information (in addition to student handbook, marketing flyer, if the agent is involved) if required by the student.
Step 2 Student will also fill Enrolment Form. College will assess whether all documents are submitted by student as per Enrolment Form Document Checklist. Documents submitted (mistakes, errors by student on Enrolment Form) if further clarity is required.
Step 3 Pre-enrolment survey AND Oral Interview (in person, or SKYPE) It is a pre-enrolment assessment that will allow the college to know more information about the student (i.e., course credits, English level, student expectations,course suitability tostudents, students’ prior experience, student support requirements, computer literacy etc. The College will assess students’ responses to Enrolment Form, Pre-enrolment survey and Oral Interview to ascertain whether: The College and its courses are suitable for students, the student has required prior skills and knowledge to undertake and complete the course within COE timeframe, support needs, English levels, computer literacy, student expectations and obligations.
Step 4 No fees are acceptable prior to the student agreeing to the College Offer and conditions byway of signing. The College either provides the student the Student offer & Written Agreement Or Offer Rejection Letter. If the student meets all admission requirements, the College will send a formal student offer with written Contract outlining detailed conditions, policies and procedures, fees and refunds. A student will be Entering into a FORMAL Agreement with the College at this stage.
Alternatively, if the Student did not meet the admission requirements the College will send an Offer Rejection Letter outlining reasons.
The College will check whether the student has signed Course Acceptance appropriately and every page of the document. College may seek further clarification whether the student understood the conditions.
Step 5 Student pays 1″ Fees instalment required for eCoE. Electronic Confirmation of enrolment (eCOE) is issued and the College asks whether the student needs any more information. The student receives the eCoE outlining course, fees paid and payable) from college. The student checks information on the eCoE for accuracy. The College ascertains whether the student has paid and received the eCoE.
Step 6 Further fees are only payable if the student needs additional service from the college (e.g., airport pick up, accommodation arrangement etc.) Applies for ASustralian Student Visa The College responds to the student with fees and invoice if the student has requested additional services (e.g., airport pick up, accommodation arrangement etc.) The College helps the in in any inftudentorm provid g ation about studying in Australia.
Step 7(This step applies) only if the Student Visa is Refused) Refund of pre-paid (e.g., 1″Fees instalment) as per the Student Written Agreement is the visa is refused Student fills the Refund application form The College responds to the student with refund details as per the written contract. The College refunds the money as per its refund policy outlined in the Student offer & Course Acceptance Agreement.
Step 8 Student ar rives in Australia and attends the College Orientation The College takes the Add’ Orientation l Program services are provded to the student the student has requested any. The College orientation is a great way in getting to know the College staff and facilities and course curriculum and information about buses, time tables, trains etc.

Phase 3(Support and progression)

We will support you by providing you with access to sufficient support as identified during the enrolment phase. Our purpose here is to maximise the study outcomes for the student. We will make use of information provided by you to systematically assess whether you need any support. This support for example, may include helping you with English if you have problems understanding Australian English. The College has the provision of free extra classes and students will be informed regularly on how and when to access classes. The institute will support you by promptly responding to your complaints and appeals. Furthermore, we will conduct a comprehensive orientation session informing you about important milestones relevant to Course Progress that you need to know to complete your studies with us.

Phase 4(Training and assessment)

Our qualified trainers and assessors will be able to support you throughout your studies by using available means possible as per our Support Policy. The support will include extra classes, extended trainer contact, helping you with appeals, Skype support, email support, answering your questions within classes, providing reasonable adjustments during assessment if the need arises, allowing you 2 free attempts for assessment completions. Students will be able to access our facilities (i.e., simulated learning, computer lab, extra classes). Our course length is determined so that you absorb the required skills and knowledge. We will endeavour to provide you with valid & well-explained assessment activities reflecting fairness. Learning and assessment time table will be provided to you during the orientation, specifically guiding you to important milestones. Students will be given helpful feedback for their completed assessments, allowing positive outcomes.

Phase 5(Completion)

We will ensure that students receive AQF Certification in a timely manner. All Qualifications or Statement of attainments will be given to students within 30 Calendar days. All staff that is in immediate contact will support you for Certification-related requests.

For detailed information, please see our Student Handbook available on our website or contact our staff.

OUR COMMITMENT TO YOU

Guided by our five (5) CORE values: Attend, Learn, Sustain, Lead & Succeed, we are committed to supporting you in all phases of your journey with us. Our aim is to influence and touch your life positively. As an institution of vocational learning, we will provide you with quality & industry relevant education.