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The Education Destination : Australia The Education Destination 2013
australia: the education destination 27 26 australia: the education destination Queensland Australia ...the smart choice English Accounting Aged care Animal Science Business Telephone: +61 7 3259 9221 Facsimile: +61 7 3259 9238 Email: email@example.com Website: www.bn.tafe.qld.gov.au 3822:Oct2012 Brisbane North Institute of TAFE (BNIT) is a government-owned vocational education and training provider helping students to gain real educational outcomes combined with memorable life experiences. We also offer customised Study Tour programs for groups of students from high schools, delegates from companies or government officials. Programs offered include: 3822 .edu.a Children’s Services Community Services Cookery and Hospitality Events Fitness Graphic Design Horticulture Information Technology Tourism Visual Arts ur so au og r programs r programs or government 3822238223822382238223822382238238383833 gy Vocational Education and Training CRICOS 02444M 3823 The courses are designed in consultation with industry experts and include current trends and best practice. ‘ ’ Australia’s vocational education and training sector is recognised across the world for its ability to prepare graduates for today’s workplace. It has strong industry links and supports students to reach their career goals. Vocational courses are popular with international students, especially from china, India and Thailand. Australia’s vocational institutes are renowned worldwide and they are often invited to deliver training in other countries for governments or design training systems for other institutions and organisations. Your vocational study can help you enter a profession, update your career skills or progress into a university degree. Australia has over 4900 registered training organisations providing nationally recognised training and qualifications. Institutions have to meet national standards and they are regularly audited for quality. trAining For current trends The great benefit of the vocational system is its links with industry. You will learn from experienced teachers in real-life work environments. Programs are developed by industry experts, ensuring that the curriculum is relevant and up to date with the necessary job requirements and current trends. Some courses also include work experience in real companies. Industry and government work together to develop training outcomes, which are then implemented according to nationally endorsed training packages. Vocational courses provide students with skills, called national industry competency standards, that employers have identified as critical to their work needs. All courses come under the Australian Qualifications Framework, which means the same course has a comparable curriculum and is of a similar high standard, wherever you study in Australia. Gain WorkPlacE skills With A VocAtionAl course Australia’s vocational education and training gives you hands-on training, along with theoretical knowledge, ensuring you have the skills for today’s workplace. vocAtionAl QuAliFicAtions By studying a vocational course, you can graduate with the following qualifications. • certificate i – 4 to 6 months (competent operator) • certificate ii – 6 to 8 months (advanced operator) • certificate iii – 12 months (qualified tradesperson or technician) • certificate iV – 12 to 18 months (supervisor) • diploma – 18 to 24 months (para-professional) • advanced diploma – 2 to 3 years (junior manager) • Vocational Graduate certificate • Vocational Graduate diploma thousAnds oF courses Vocational institutes offer a wide range of courses across many discipline areas including in: • business and management • communications, marketing and advertising • community service and health • design and arts • engineering and building • horticulture and land management • information technology • nursing and welfare • personal services (hairdressing, massage, beauty services, aromatherapy etc) • science and technology • sport and recreation • tourism and hospitality. > You will learn on equipment that is used in your profession. vocAtionAleducAtionAndtrAining
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