September 26, 2012

IEAA glad to announce that IEAA and UPC will provide sponsorship for 18 months paid traineeship and they might be eligible as a Childcare Centre Manager. With this program trains childcare diploma graduates to be qualified as Childcare Centre Managers.
On completion of the Diploma, finding employment is essential so that you can enrol into the occupational training program (OTP). For the next 18 months, you will work full-time earning an annual income between $AU35,000 to $AU42,000.
 
On completion of the OTP, you are qualified as a childcare centre manager and eligible for temporary or permanent work in Australia. The critical point of the occupational training program is employment and to gain employment, you should

  • have good results in the Certificate III and Diploma courses,
  • have a good track record on work placement and extra paid jobs during your study,
  • achieve good English proficiency (No set English level is required),as well as attain good communication skills,
  • have a positive attitude to work and gaining experience on the job.

There is a high demand for childcare professionals in Australia, a trend which is set to continue for many years ahead, but nobody can guarantee you a job. It is your future and your responsibility.
On completion of your Diploma of Children’s Services, the Australian Government allows you to advance in your childcare profession by working and training in the early childhood sector using the Occupational Trainee Visa (OTV).
Three conditions for the Occupational Trainee Visa:

  • a full-time job offer
  • a customised training program and
  • an approved sponsor to monitor the training program.

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September 10, 2012

 

IEA-A glad to announce that TAFE NSW offers international students an opportunity to undertake Diplomas in Hospitality and Events at the same time with “guaranteed” paid work. In addition to that students can directly start to final year of the Bachelor of Business Degree Program. In total three years, three internationally recognised qualification:

–          Diploma of Hospitality

–          Diploma of Events

–          Bachelor of Business

–          and 3 years work experience

During “guaranteed” paid employment placements (minimum “guaranteed” 10 hours per week with $23 hourly rate). Students can start the work after completing first 3 months of the Hospitality diploma program. Students legally can work 20 hours per week during school weeks and full time during the holidays.

 

English Entry requirements:

  • IELTS 5.5 or equivalent

–          $6325 per semester ( total 4 semester in 2 year programs).

Fee covers tuition, uniforms, texts and registration with Work Solutions for paid employment.

Advantages

  • Two               Diplomas in 2 years or
  • Two diplomas + Bachelor of Business Degree in 3 years
    • Complete a Bachelor of Business with one more year of study in the Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School
    • 2 years paid work experience at Australian Turf Club (ATC), Rosehill Gardens (2008 Restaurant and Catering NSW/ACT Award for Excellence’ and finalist in the ‘Venue Caterer’ category).

Intake

TAFETR English Course Oct 2012, Feb 2013

TAFENSW SWSI Diploma February, April, June, Sep 2013

Students need to start Diploma of Hospitality course (C18115) first and then Diploma of Events course (C18075). The Hospitality course starts on Feb, Apr, Jul, Sep in 2013 and offered at Campbelltown campus. You can find both courses details at the following link

http://www.detinternational.nsw.edu.au/tafe/courses/certificate_diploma_courses/cC18115.html

http://www.detinternational.nsw.edu.au/tafe/courses/certificate_diploma_courses/cC18075.html

Number of hours work placement

Students              gain a minimum               of 10 hours paid work a week (after a training period of 3 months without pay) during the course. They also have the opportunity for further work at major events in Sydney such as ANZ Stadium and the Easter show. The minimum hourly wage is $23/hour.

 

Career Opportunities

•     Cafe/Coffee Shop Operator

•     Hotel Service Supervisor

•     Hotel/Motel Manager

•     Event managers

•     Resort management

•     Event Coordinator

•     Venue coordinator

•     Conference coordinator

•     Exhibition coordinator

•     Event manager

•     Venue manager

•     Conference manager

•     Exhibition manager

 

Degree pathway

Diploma  graduates can gain credit of up to two years in either the Bachelor of Business (International Hotel and Resort Management) or Bachelor of Business (International Hotel Management) with our tertiary partner Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School, ranked No: 1 InAustralasia*.

 

* by the Hotel and Tourism industry-conducted by Taylor Nelson Sofres (TNS) PLC in the United Kingdom, the world’s largest provider of custom research and analysis.

 

There are very limited number of places are available, so please make required announcement to your student base now to not miss this great opportunity.

 

For further information about the course, college locations and how to apply visit our website

www.mystudyinaustralia.com www.tafetr.net www.tafensw.edu.au

sydney@inteducation.com / info@tafetr.com

August 25, 2012

 

USQ Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) student Clare Anthony took advantage of the Tafe pathway by completing a diploma before beginning her degree.

AN initiative developed between the University of Southern Queensland and Tafe Queensland to encourage more students to take up tertiary education has returned promising results.

More than 740 students have already joined USQ after studying at Tafe’s throughout Australia.

It is a 121 percent increase in 2011 and early results indicate an even stronger result for 2012.

The Queensland Tertiary Education Network, established in 2011 is the second initiative of the university, designed to strengthen the connection between industry, the higher education sector and the vocational education and training sector.

QTEPNet project manager Di Paez said the increase in numbers indicated students were taking advantage of new seamless pathways into a university degree from Tafe programs.

“There have been a number of opportunities opened up for prospective students,” Ms Paez said.

“Many Tafe’s now offer dual awards with USQ with the benefit of being able to jointly market courses that give seamless transition into degree programs and expand on the number of articulation pathways that are already in place.”

Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) student Clare Anthony took advantage of the Tafe pathway by completing a Diploma of Events Management at the Bremer Institute of Tafe before beginning her degree.

“On completion, I was able to gain direct entry into a USQ business degree without having to reapply and it took one year off my three year degree,” Ms Anthony said.

“I decided to take this route as I wasn’t certain my OP would make the cut off to go directly into university.

“This way I still only had to complete a three year program, but I have a diploma as well as my degree.

“The Tafe to uni option really suited my situation and worked for me. USQ were extremely supportive and I think it is one of the best pathways to university I know of.

“There is no time wasting and you receive the credit you deserve for the hard work you already put in. If I can do it, than anyone can.”

Now in her final year of study, Ms Anthony said she planned to work as an accountant and continue studying to become a Chartered Accountant.

Source: The Chronicle 23rd August 2012

March 20, 2012
March 20, 2012

NORTH Coast TAFE has welcomed a Federal Government proposal that would give TAFE students the chance to defer their course fees interest-free in a HECS-style system.

Under the Skills Plan proposal the government would abolish upfront fees for students in vocational education and training (VET) and provide a National Training Entitlement that would give every Australian a guaranteed place in training up to their first Certificate III.

The reforms are expected to cost the government $1.75 billion.

Federal MP Justine Elliot has applauded the announcement saying it will give Tweed residents without a post-school qualification the chance to up-skill and earn more money.

“No longer will local people be locked out of a higher qualification simply because they can’t pay the fees upfront,” Mrs Elliot said.

“Opening up a HECS-style system will put those wanting to undertake vocational education and training on a level footing with university students for the first time.”

The offer is particularly appealing to rural and regional North Coast TAFE students who rely on completing a TAFE course before moving to metropolitan universities or starting distance education.

Institute director Elizabeth McGregor is looking forward to more discussion of the proposal at a meeting of the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) next month.

“COAG has previously set a target of doubling by 2020 the number of people completing higher level VET qualifications,” Ms McGregor said.

“We in North Coast TAFE welcome the thrust of these proposals as they recognise that the capabilities developed through undertaking TAFE diplomas or advanced diploma are equally important to our nation’s productivity as university qualifications, and that students studying them are equally deserving of financial assistance.

“Apart from providing industry recognised, job-ready skills, a higher level TAFE course also gives a significant head start towards a university degree.

“Workers with a TAFE certificate or diploma could earn up to $10,000 a year extra or $400,000 more over their working lifetime.”

The Skills Plan will also see the release of a new My Skills website later this year which will allow students to compare courses, fees, providers and the quality of training on offer.

 

Source: mydailynews.com.au Rebecca Masters | 20th March 2012

July 6, 2011
The College has an excellent Information Technology pathway to  Bachelor of IT. Dependant on the pathway chosen, students will be eligible for up to 12 subjects credit on completion of their studies at  College. This could allow your students to complete their undergraduate studies in as little as 1 ½ years.

CSU offer four majors within the Bachelor of IT and the credit granted for their College IT studies will depend on the major chosen at CSU. In order to be able to properly counsel your students and to be able to offer them the best pathway for their desired outcome, it is important to be aware of the following credit information:

College Qualification

CSU Degree & Major

Subject Credits Granted

Diploma of Information Technology  –

Uni Pathway Package (50 weeks)

[Cert IV + Diploma]

BIT (Systems Administration)

12

BIT (Network Engineering)

11

BIT (Online Systems)

11

BIT (Systems Analysis)

10

BIT (Software Design and Development)

10

Diploma of Information Technology (40 weeks)

BIT (Systems Administration)

8

BIT (Network Engineering)

8

BIT (Online Systems)

8

BIT (Systems Analysis)

8

BIT (Software Design and Development)

8

Please review the table above and if anything is unclear or if you have any queries relating to  College in general, please feel free to contact us.

Tel:+90 212 244 16 19  info@tafetr.com

Tel:+90 312 419 82 00 ankara@tafetr.com

Tel:+ 61(2) 9232 7055 sydney@tafetr.com

July 4, 2011

We are pleased to confirm that IEAA are now offering a combined MBA and Internship Program over 2 years andcombined Master degree and internship that will have up 6 months of industrial internship (through Australian Internship) and hopefully this will set international students up for a really successful career in the following areas that we cover:

Business Management Graduate Programs:

MBA (Project and Program Management)

  • Master of Business Management (MBM)
  • Graduate Diploma in Business Management
  • Graduate Certificate in Business Management
  • Project Management Graduate Programs:

  • Master of Business and Project Management
  • Graduate Diploma in Project Management
  • Graduate Certificate in Project Management
  • Industry and Executive Programs

  • Executive Diploma in Project Management
  • Executive Diploma in Business Management
  • Individual (tailored) programs in Business and Project Management
  • Project Management Majors:

  • Strategic Management
  • Quantitative management
  • Business Management Majors:

  • General management
  • Leadership and change management
  • Supply chain management
  • Business planning and finance
  • Business systems
  • Sustainability management
  • Project-based enterprise management
  • Enterprise-based asset management
  • Governance and risk management
  • Industry Streams covered:

  • Construction and Infrastructure
  • IT and Services
  • Mining, Energy and Processing
  • Manufacturing and Production

    As you would note we aim to make a real difference to the career development and success of international students. We aim to be a student friendly and supportive institution.

    Please feel free to call us on

  • July 30, 2010
    July 30, 2010

    Martin College are putting a special offer into the market for programs commencing 16th August and 20th September 2010.  This special offer is only available to any NEW bookings made for these 2 intakes to any of the MC Campuses in Australia – Sydney, Gold Coast or Brisbane (see below details of special offers).

    Martin College Special Offers:

    August 16th 2010:

    • Advanced Diploma of Management (50 weeks) – WAS $13,795 NOW ONLY $13,090*
    • Diploma of Marketing (20 weeks) – comprises of 5 core subjects + 3 elective subjects WAS $5,955 NOW ONLY $4,760*
    • Diploma of Business (20 weeks) – WAS $5,955 NOW ONLY $4,760*
    • Certificate IV in Business (15 weeks) – WAS $4,465 NOW ONLY $3,570*
    • Certificate IV & Diploma of Business (30 weeks) – WAS $10,420 NOW ONLY $8,330*
    • Certificate IV in Business & Diploma of Marketing (30 weeks) – WAS $10,420 NOW ONLY $8,330*
    • Diploma of Information Technology (45 weeks)
    • Diploma of Event Management (45 weeks)
    • Certificate III in Event Management (15 weeks) – WAS $4,465 NOW ONLY $3,570*
    • Diploma of Tourism (45 weeks)
    • Certificate III in Tourism (25 weeks)

    September 20th 2010:

    • Advanced Diploma of Management (50 weeks) – WAS $13,795 NOW ONLY $13,090*
    • Diploma of Marketing (20 weeks) – comprises of 5 core subjects + 3 elective subjects WAS $5,955 NOW ONLY $4,760*
    • Diploma of Business (20 weeks) – WAS $5,955 NOW ONLY $4,760*
    • Certificate IV in Business (15 weeks) – WAS $4,465 NOW ONLY $3,570*
    • Certificate IV & Diploma of Business (30 weeks) – WAS $10,420 NOW ONLY $8,330*
    • Certificate IV in Business & Diploma of Marketing (30 weeks) – WAS $10,420 NOW ONLY $8,330*
    • Diploma of Event Management (45 weeks)
    • Certificate III in Event Management (15 weeks) – WAS $4,465 NOW ONLY $3,570*
    • Diploma of Tourism (45 weeks)
    • Certificate III in Tourism (25 weeks)
    • Diploma of Graphic Design (50 weeks)
    • Certificate IV in Design (25 weeks)

    October 25th 2010:

    • Advanced Diploma of Management (50 weeks)
    • Diploma of Marketing (20 weeks) – comprises of 5 core subjects + 3 elective subjects
    • Diploma of Business (20 weeks)
    • Certificate IV in Business (15 weeks)
    • Certificate IV & Diploma of Business (30 weeks)
    • Certificate IV in Business & Diploma of Marketing (30 weeks)

    November 29th 2010:

    • Advanced Diploma of Management (50 weeks)
    • Diploma of Marketing (20 weeks) – comprises of 5 core subjects + 3 elective subjects
    • Diploma of Business (20 weeks)
    • Certificate IV in Business (15 weeks)
    • Certificate IV & Diploma of Business (30 weeks)
    • Certificate IV in Business & Diploma of Marketing (30 weeks)
    • Diploma of Information Technology (45 weeks)

    Nationality Mix (July)

    Please find attached the latest Nationality Mix for July 2010.  Brisbane is showing a great diversity in its nationalities especially with the introduction of more Australian students (Now at 25%)at Martin College through the implementation of VET Fee-Help (Government assistance for Australian Citizens ONLY) these numbers should continue to grow over the coming months.

    For further information, please contact me.

    July 13, 2010

    IT Information TechnologyTAFENSW announced a massive promotion on Information technology courses. Students with sufficient Information Technology background and knowledge may reduce their study time 1 full semester, in other terms they can graduate in 3 semesters (1.5 years) instead of 4 semesters (2 years) which that means saving over 5000 AUD and 1 full semester. TAFENSW IT diploma graduates, receive 1 year exemption from most of the Australian Universities towards IT Degrees.

    May 24, 2010

    TAFENSW announced a massive promotion on Information technology courses. Students with sufficient Information Technology background and knowledge may reduce their study time 1 full semester, in other terms they can graduate in 3 semesters (1.5 years) instead of 4 semesters (2 years) which that means saving over 5000 AUD and 1 full semester.

     

    TAFENSW IT diploma graduates, receive 1 year exemption from most of the Australian Universities towards IT Degrees.