Orientation is conducted as per the date mentioned in the offer letter which falls within the first week of your course.
Its purpose is to fully inform new students of most aspects of student life at the College and to provide an introduction to studying, Melbourne’s costs of living, transportation, facilities, banking and accommodation.
In addition, the College’s staff will be introduced, a tour of the College and the local area will take place and an opportunity to ask questions will be given.
It is essential that you attend the orientation program otherwise you may miss out on information that affects your study, your visa or your enjoyment of your stay in Australia.
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A number of approaches to course delivery are used by college’s staff. Course delivery approaches may include, teacher led classroom delivery; self divided study and supervised study.
During class time students will be expected to participate by answering questions, giving opinions, demonstrating tasks, working with others in groups, making presentations, role playing situations etc.
A number of approaches to course assessment are used by college staff. Assessment approaches may include: observation of performance in class; case studies; projects; assignments; presentations; role plays; written tests and exams.
Students will be given information of the time and form of any assessment, and will not be expected to sit an assessment they have not prepared for.
Credit Transfer applies to situation where students have completed units identical to those they are currently enrolled for at another provider.
Credit will be granted in accordance with the Credit Transfer Procedure.
To apply for Credit Transfer students must complete the Credit Transfer application form and attach copies of verified documents to support the application.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is a process designed to recognise previous formal or informal learning, work and life experiences that the student may have had to the extent that they are relevant to the course outcomes.
The RPL process allows students to receive recognition under these circumstances and therefore enable them to focus more on areas they need to achieve competencies in order to gain their qualifications.
Students who believe they already have some of the competencies in the course may apply for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).