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The Education Destination : Australia The Education Destination 2011
the AustrAliAn institute oF technology And educAtion, VictoriA Courses at AITE offer training in key industry areas that are targeted for growth and will provide a range of employment and further study options. Call (03) 9329 3475 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.aite.vic.edu.au AITE General Advert | Last updated: 26 Jan 2011 © Australian Institute of Technology and Education Pty Ltd Provider No: 21495 | CRICOS Code: 02592K | ABN: 91 109 264 799 Telephone: (+61 3) 9329 3475 | Facsimile: (+61 3) 9329 3485 DISCOVER OPPORTUNITY ELICOS Courses: » General English » IELTS Preparation » English for Academic Purposes » Business English Vocational Courses: » Business » Trades » Community Services Work SOAR TO GREAT HEIGHTS AT AITE 26 Australia – The Education Destination Governments globally have been focusing on creating a skilled and diverse workforce to meet the ongoing demands of fast-moving economies. However, from Asia to USA, from Europe and across the Middle East, employers have difficulty filling jobs that require workers equipped with practical skills and vocational qualifications. For instance, the city- state of Singapore welcomes foreign workers to solve its skills shortages. By contrast, Australia is famous for its vocational education and training (VET) and has more than 100 years of experience in the VET sector. Australia has invested consistently and seriously to address the problems of skills shortages of its own, as well as that of neighbouring countries. Vocational education and training provides skills and knowledge for work, enhances employability and assists learning throughout life. With a worldwide reputation for delivering quality education and training, a key strength of VET in Australia is its integration with industry voices so that demands for skills and knowledge can be directly met for the individual and the community. The long history of VET in Australia has ensured that the learning pathways between school, university and industrial apprenticeship, traineeship and employment remain seamlessly established. In Australia, vocational education and training is mostly post-secondary and provided through the VET system by registered training organisations (RTO). RTOs offer a wide scope of courses, all of which are strictly regulated by different government bodies to ensure that students receive the highest quality in teaching and curriculum. Aite: A leader in vocational education The Australian Institute of Technology and Education (AITE) is a Victorian-based RTO established in 2004 to provide training for international and domestic students studying in Australia. AITE is committed to excellence and relevance in the Australian community, and the delivery of education and training that meets industry requirements. AITE understands that industry requirements, community needs and, thus, real employment opportunities, must be the foundation for VET in Australia. Vocational courses offered by AITE include: business; trades; and community services work. English language courses include: General English; IELTS Preparation; English for Academic Purposes; and Business English. For those who wish to pursue higher education on completion of an AITE vocational qualification, there are a number of degree pathway and direct entry options available with reputable institutions and universities. AITE has earned its place as a leader in the field through dedicated staff and teachers to provide student-centred learning environments and a variety of teaching resources, all aimed at ensuring the highest quality of education today and into the future. As such, adaptability to changing circumstances, in addition to high quality and consistent teaching, is integral to ensuring that students of AITE are afforded the best opportunities to succeed. ■ innoVAtiVe And nurturing The Australian Institute of Technology and Education has recently been acquired by Mark Smith (CEO). Mark is a successful entrepreneur and venture capitalist with years of experience in the information technology and telecommunications field. Throughout the years, he has initiated start-ups and successfully developed and funded various businesses. Mark is an innovative leader who builds value in business through nurturing team values and developing a shared organisational vision. Mark says: ‘With students from many different language, heritage and cultural backgrounds, we foster a community focused atmosphere at AITE, bringing diverse global perspectives and experiences together. ‘Whether you want to build your skills, broaden your career, increase your study opportunities or improve your English language skills, we have a course to suit your needs.’ Find out more: Web: www.aite.vic.edu.au email: email@example.com tel: +61 3 9329 3475 ‘High quality teaching and the ability to adapt to changing trends means AITE students are given the best opportunities to succeed.’ gain practical skills for real employment opportunities the Australian institute of technology & education has a strong commitment to excellence in vocational education and training, and english language teaching. invest in your future by gaining practical skills for real employment opportunities.
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