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1300 687 287 (OUR ATQ)

Australian Students

Courses

Entitlement Apprenticeships and Traineeships Program
BSB20115 Certificate II in Business
BSB40215Certificate IV in Business
BSB50215Diploma of Business
BSB51915Diploma of Leadership and Management
CHC30213Certificate III in Education Support
CHC40213Certificate IV in Education Support
SHB20116Certificate II in Retail Cosmetics
SHB30215Certificate III in Make-Up
SHB40115Certificate IV in Beauty Therapy
Entitlement Full Qualifications Program
BSB20115Certificate II in Business
SHB20116Certificate II in Retail Cosmetics
SHB30115Certificate III in Beauty Services
BSB30115Certificate III in Business
SHB30215Certificate III in Make-Up
Targeted Priorities Full Qualifications Program
BSB61015Advanced Diploma of Leadership and Management
FNS40615Certificate IV in Accounting
BSB40215Certificate IV in Business
CHC40213Certificate IV in Education Support
BSB42015Certificate IV in Leadership and Management
FNS50215Diploma of Accounting
SHBS0115 Diploma of Beauty Therapy
BSBS0215Diploma of Business
CHCSO113Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care
BSB51915Diploma of Leadership and Management

Concession fees

 

 

Fee exemptions

    Students who qualify for a fee exemption are:

  • Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
  • People with a disability (that is people who meet the disability fee exemption criteria, including the dependent child, spouse or partner of a recipient of a Disability Support Pension). (If you feel this applies to you please contact your training coordinator) (Disability explanatory Fact Sheet)
  • Refugees and asylum seekers (that is people who meet the refugee and asylum seeker eligibility and exemption criteria)
  • recipients of Fee-Free Scholarships

Upon enrolment, student must provide evidence of the eligibility for concession by proving documentation such as, Centrelink statements/letters or any other supporting documents.

Expected Fees

Undertaking training can help rebuild someone’s life and get them back into the workforce. People who have experienced domestic and family violence and/or their dependant(s) may be eligible for free training that is funded by the NSW government under the Smart and Skilled initiative.
Please visit https://smartandskilled.nsw.gov.au/are-you-eligible or contact us on 1300 687 287 to find out more.

You can check your eligibility and obtain an estimate of your student contribution via the Smart and Skilled eligibility checker at https://smartandskilled.nsw.gov.au/are-you-eligible. Alternatively, ATQ College will also provide you with a fee estimate and payment options on application for a Smart and Skilled place. Please find the fee administration policy here. (Smart and Skilled fee admin policy https://www.training.nsw.gov.au/forms_documents/smartandskilled/contract/fee_administration_policy.pdf

If you are a student, and would like to register your interest to study a qualification under Smart and Skilled, or enquire about start dates, please call us on 1300 687 287 or email admin@webchemistry.studio

Complaints and Appeals Policy and Process

ATQ College must have a consumer protection and complaints-handling system in place, as required by the NSW Quality Framework and the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA).

 

Credit Transfer / RPL

Credit Transfer (CT)

Australian Training & Qualifications College recognises the training you have successfully completed with other RTO’s (or previously by us) and can apply the credit to units on the provision of Certificates or Statements of Attainment.

 

    1. Our Credit Transfer Process is as follows:
  1. Any student is entitled to apply for credit transfer in a course or qualification in which they are currently enrolled.
  2. You will be required to complete the Credit Transfer Application Form and present it to us with your Statement(s) of Attainment or Certificate. You will be asked submit originals for copying and endorsement by our staff or copies which are certified as true copies of the original by a Justice of the Peace (or equivalent).
  3. You can apply for Credit Transfer at any time but we encourage you to apply before commencing a training program. This will reduce unnecessary training and ensure a reduction in your student fee if Credit Transfer is awarded.
  4. Credit transfer can only be awarded for whole units of competence that meet the packaging rules of the Qualification you are enrolled in. Where only a partial credit is awarded, this will not be considered for credit transfer and you will be advised to seek RPL.
  5. You cannot enrol in a training program only for credit transfer.

Further Information

NSW Department of Communities and Industry’s Candidate Guide to Skills Recognition is a good source of further information regarding Recognition and how it applies to your training and assessment.

 

Refund Policy

The details of this policy can be located in the ATQ College Participant Handbook .

    1. To obtain a credit transfer(s) or recognition of prior learning:
  1. Contact your Training Coordinator to facilitate your credit transfer(s) or recognition of prior learning
  2. The administration fee will be re-calculated based on the new number of units
  3. You will be notified of your new student fee and if applicable a refund of the difference will be made
      1. To obtain the refund:
    1. Contact your training coordinator requesting the refund
    2. The calculation of any fees paid in advance will be performed
    3. A refund and a statement showing how the amount was calculated will be provided

Note: Refunds of Student fees will be made via the payment method. If you have paid your student fee using the VET Student Loan program please follow the withdrawal process for VET Student loans.

USI Fact – https://www.usi.gov.au/documents/students-and-usi-factsheet-students

RPL

Australian Training & Qualification College recognises the Australian Quality Framework (AQF) Qualifications and Statements of Attainment issued by other Registered Training Organisations (RTO’s) within Australia, and competencies currently held regardless of how, when or where the learning occurred.
Students who have completed appropriate training or through prior learning and experience, have gained the required skills and competencies required for the modules of the course, may be granted credit upon proof of that claim. If you think this applies to you, send your enquiry through to admin@webchemistry.studio. One of our friendly team will talk you through the process and discuss what you require to do to apply for an RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning)

Further Information –

Transport Link https://apps.transport.nsw.gov.au/cec