Australian College of Applied Education

Introduction

The Australian College of Applied Education (ACAE) previously the Australian School of Tourism and Hotel Management (ASTHM), Australia's first private Hotel School, is a highly respected Registered Training Organisation (RTO) established and owner operated since 1989 in Perth WA. Today ACAE is proud to offer a comprehensive choice of accredited courses to students ranging from; hospitality, cookery, business, management and accounting. ACAE was awarded the International Training Provider of the Year 2012 at the WA Training Awards and was also a finalist for the WA Small Training Provider of the Year 2012 in addition to being a finalist in the Australian International Training Provider of the Year award in Melbourne.

Location

In the heart of Perth's CBD

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Diploma

Diploma of Business

Campus Full time Part time 6 months January 2017 Australia Perth + 1 more

The Diploma of Business is a well balanced program incorporating theoretical knowledge and practical business skills that allows students to develop for a wide range of business functions and enterprises. This qualification is suited to students with some prior levels of business experience who would like to further develop their careers and employment opportunities in a management capacity. [+]

6 Months Full Time; Part time courses also available This comprehensive program provides broad-based business knowledge and skills, particularly in the areas of business operations, e-marketing, human resource management and project and risk management. The Diploma of Business is a well balanced program incorporating theoretical knowledge and practical business skills that allows students to develop for a wide range of business functions and enterprises. This qualification is suited to students with some prior levels of business experience who would like to further develop their careers and employment opportunities in a management capacity. A key component of the Diploma of Business is that all students will undertake 12 industry work placement shifts in a business enterprise as part of this course. Pathways to a Higher Degree Successful completion of the four subjects in the Diploma of Business will result in a four unit credit for the Bachelor of Business at the Australian School of Management, if completed in conjuction with the Certificate IV in Business. Course Subjects BSB50215 DIP0040: Management Principles BSBMGT517 Manage operational plan BSBMGT403 Implement continuous improvement DIP0041: Human Resource Management BSBHRM501 Manage human resources services BSBHRM506 Manage recruitment, selection and induction processes DIP0042: Project & Risk Management BSBRSK501 Manage risk BSBSUS501 Develop workplace policy and procedures for sustainability DIP0043: Electronic Marketing BSBEBU501 Investigate and design e-business solutions BSBMKG510 Plan e-marketing communications Award Rules Award Requirements To be eligible for the Diploma in Business, a candidate shall complete all of the four (4) course subjects listed above. Credit Transfer Students who wish to have their AQF qualification and/or Statement of Attainment recognised must submit the documentary evidence before enrolment to the Admissions Department. Once the enrolment has been accepted, no further exemptions will be granted. Further details are available from the Admissions Department. Course Assessments It is important to note that ACAE adopts a number of assessments items or tools that are designed to best suit your course and the knowledge and skills that is required to be demonstrated by each participant. All assessments are identified clearly in our subject guides which are provided to students upon enrolment. The subject guide provides a great amount of detail on the timing and style of assessment. It is important to note that participants need to demonstrate competency through each of the prescribed assessment items throughout your time enrolled in the course. In general the following assessment items apply for this course. Projects Practical Demonstrations Knowledge Based Tests Case Studies Industry Placement Portfolios Check points Intakes February and July (see fee schedule for yearly dates) Entry Requirements All students are required to have completed the equivalent of Australian School Year 11. More information is available at Admission Requirements for Local Students and Admission Requirements for International Students. Notes Subjects must be taken in the order that they are offered and at the discretion of the Management Committee. The information above is correct at the time of publishing. However, all programs may be subject to ongoing review by the Management Committee. [-]

Diploma of Events

Campus Full time Part time 1 year January 2017 Australia Perth + 1 more

This diploma has been developed with industry and academic leaders in convention and event management. The program offers a balanced integration of theoretical study and practical training. Through our integrated work experience program, students also become familiar with the practicalities of working in the conventions and event industry in areas such as events management and convention, meetings and exhibitions management. [+]

1 Year Full Time; this course is also available Part time Australia’s convention and event industry has been one of the fastest growing and contributes more than $8 billion to the national economy every year. Australia is developing a reputation as a destination that can bid for, manage and produce conventions and events of all shapes and sizes like the 2000 Olympics and the Rugby World Cup. This diploma has been developed with industry and academic leaders in convention and event management. The program offers a balanced integration of theoretical study and practical training. Through our integrated work experience program, students also become familiar with the practicalities of working in the conventions and event industry in areas such as events management and convention, meetings and exhibitions management. Students also undertake 36 industry work placement shifts as part of this course. Pathways to a Higher Degree Successful graduates of the Diploma of Events may receive up to four (4) units of credit into the Bachelor of Business in Hotel Management at the Australian School of Management. Course Subjects SIT50212 SIT12DIP201: Planning In-House Events SITXEVT301 Access information on event operations SITXEVT401 Plan in-house events or functions SIT12DIP202: Processing and Managing Event Registration SITXEVT302 Process and monitor event registrations SITXEVT303 Coordinate on-site event registrations SITXCCS401 Enhance the customer service experience SIT12DIP002: Leadership and Motivation SITXHRM402 Lead and manage people SITXMGT401 Monitor work operations SITXMGT502 Manage projects SIT12DIP204: Event Staging and Logistics SITXWHS301 Identify hazards, assess and control safety risks SITXEVT503 Managing event staging components SIT12DIP205: Planning and Managing Event Sites and Infrastructure SITXEVT502 Select event venues and sites SITXEVT504 Organise event infrastructure SIT12DIP008: Financial Information for Decision Making SITXFIN501 Prepare and monitor budgets SITXFIN402 Manage finances within a budget SITXFIN401 Interpret financial information SIT12DIP203: Conferences Management SITXEVT501 Develop conference programs SIT12DIP006: Marketing Principles and Practices SITXMGT501 Establish and conduct business relationships SITXGLC501 Research and comply with regulatory requirements BSBWRT401 Write complex documents SITXMPR404 Coordinate marketing activities Award Rules Award Requirements To be eligible for the Diploma of Events, a candidate shall complete all of the eight (8) course subjects listed. Credit Transfer Students who wish to have their AQF qualification and/or Statement of Attainment recognised must submit the documentary evidence before enrolment to the Admissions Department. Once the enrolment has been accepted, no further exemptions will be granted. Further details are available from the Admissions Department. Course Assessments It is important to note that ACAE adopts a number of assessments items or tools that are designed to best suit your course and the knowledge and skills that is required to be demonstrated by each participant. All assessments are identified clearly in our subject guides which are provided to students upon enrolment. The subject guide provides a great amount of detail on the timing and style of assessment. It is important to note that participants need to demonstrate competency through each of the prescribed assessment items throughout your time enrolled in the course. In general the following assessment items apply for this course. Projects Practical Demonstrations Knowledge Based Tests Case Studies Industry Placement Portfolios Check points Intakes February and July (see fee schedule for yearly dates) Entry Requirements All students are required to have completed the equivalent of Australian School Year 11. More information is available at Admission Requirements for Local Students and Admission Requirements for International Students. Notes Subjects must be taken in the order that they are offered and at the discretion of the Management Committee. The information above is correct at the time of publishing. However, all programs may be subject to ongoing review by the Management Committee. [-]

Diploma of Hospitality

Campus Full time Part time 1 year January 2017 Australia Perth + 1 more

Throughout the Diploma of Hospitality you will find yourself in various learning environments including our fully equipped training bar and restaurant, 'real life' work placement and our training hotel front. The Diploma of Hospitality integrates study with nationally registered vocational units providing you with the skills and knowledge to prosper in the Hospitality Industry. [+]

1 Year Full Time; this course is also available Part time Planning and execution are paramount and this program has a strong focus on management skills with a services oriented approach as this applies directly to the broad business operations of international hotels and resorts. The Hospitality Industry is fast-faced and fast growing. With a skills shortage across the Industry this is the perfect time to study and gain the skills required to start a prosperous career. Throughout the Diploma of Hospitality you will find yourself in various learning environments including our fully equipped training bar and restaurant, 'real life' work placement and our training hotel front. The Diploma of Hospitality integrates study with nationally registered vocational units providing you with the skills and knowledge to prosper in the Hospitality Industry. Through our Industry Work Placement program students undertake 36 industry work placement shifts as part of their hospitality training. This helps you transfer your knowledge from College to the workplace. Pathways to a Higher Degree The Diploma of Hospitality graduatesmay receive up to 8 units of credit toward the Bachelor of Business in Hotel Management at the Australian School of Management. Course Subjects SIT50313 SIT12DIP001: Hospitality and Tourism Services Management SITHIND301 Work effectively in hospitality service SITXCCS501 Manage quality customer service SITXWHS401 Implement and monitor work health and safety practices SITXCCS401 Enhance the customer service experience SIT12DIP003: Food and Beverage Operations SITXFSA101 Use hygienic practices for food safety SITHFAB201 Provide responsible service of alcohol SITHFAB202 Operate a bar SITHFAB204 Prepare and serve espresso coffee SITHFAB307 Provide table service of food and beverage SIT12DIP002: Leadership and Motivation SITXHRM402 Lead and manage people SITXMGT401 Monitor work operations SITXMGT502 Manage projects SIT12DIP004: Human Resource Management BSBDIV501 Manage diversity in the workplace SITXCOM401 Manage conflict SITXHRM401 Roster staff SIT12DIP301: Accommodation Services Management SITHACS303 Provide accommodation reception services SITHACS302 Conduct night audit SITTTSL305 Process reservations SIT12DIP008: Financial Information for Decision Making SITXFIN501 Prepare and monitor budgets SITXFIN402 Manage finances within a budget SITXFIN401 Interpret financial information SIT12DIP005: eBusiness for Hospitality and Tourism BSBMGT517 Manage operational plan BSBEBU501 Investigate and design e-business solutions BSBEBU502 Implement ebusiness solution SIT12DIP006: Marketing Principles and Practices SITXMGT501 Establish and conduct business relationships SITXGLC501 Research and comply with regulatory requirements BSBWRT401 Write complex documents SITXMPR404 Coordinate marketing activities Award Rules Award Requirements To be eligible for the Diploma of Hospitality, a candidate shall complete all of the eight (8) course subjects listed. Credit Transfer Students who wish to have their AQF qualification and/or Statement of Attainment recognised must submit the documentary evidence before enrolment to the Admissions Department. Once the enrolment has been accepted, no further exemptions will be granted. Further details are available from the Admissions Department. Course Assessments It is important to note that ACAE adopts a number of assessments items or tools that are designed to best suit your course and the knowledge and skills that is required to be demonstrated by each participant. All assessments are identified clearly in our subject guides which are provided to students upon enrolment. The subject guide provides a great amount of detail on the timing and style of assessment. It is important to note that participants need to demonstrate competency through each of the prescribed assessment items throughout your time enrolled in the course. In general the following assessment items apply for this course. Projects Practical Demonstrations Knowledge Based Tests Case Studies Industry Placement Portfolios Check points Intakes February and July (see fee schedule for yearly dates) Entry Requirements All students are required to have completed the equivalent of Australian School Year 11. More information is available at Admission Requirements for Local Students and Admission Requirements for International Students. Notes Subjects must be taken in the order that they are offered and at the discretion of the Management Committee. The information above is correct at the time of publishing. However, all programs may be subject to ongoing review by the Management Committee. [-]

Diploma of Travel and Tourism

Campus Full time Part time 1 year January 2017 Australia Perth + 1 more

The Diploma of Travel and Tourism offers students a balanced integration of theoretical study and practical training including a variety of core units that provide a range of essential industry skills. Through our Industry Work Placement program students undertake 36 industry work placement shifts as part of their training. This helps students transfer their knowledge from College to the workplace. [+]

1 Year Full Time; this course is also available Part time Graduates of the Diploma of Travel and Tourism can expect to be successfully employed by airlines, tourist attractions, government agencies, tourism venues and other micro or macro tourism operations. Travelling is a passion shared by many, why not make a career of it? The Tourism Industry in Australia is booming and it is forecast to grow a further 43% to 74% by 2020. Accounting for more than half of service exports and 8% of national employment, Tourism is a fantastic industry to start a career in that encourages staff to travel and experience new cultures. The Diploma of Travel and Tourism offers students a balanced integration of theoretical study and practical training including a variety of core units that provide a range of essential industry skills. Through our Industry Work Placement program students undertake 36 industry work placement shifts as part of their training. This helps students transfer their knowledge from College to the workplace. Pathways to a Higher Degree Successful graduates of the Diploma of Travel and Tourism may receive up to six (6) units of credit into the Bachelor of Business in Hotel Management at the Australian School of Management. Course Subjects SIT50112 SIT12DIP001: Hospitality and Tourism Services Management SITXCCS501 Manage quality customer service SITXWHS401 Implement and monitor work health and safety practices SITXCCS401 Enhance the customer service experience SIT12DIP101: Travel and Tourism Product Development SITTPPD401 Package tourism products SIT12DIP002: Leadership and Motivation SITXHRM402 Lead and manage people SITXMGT401 Monitor work operations SITXMGT502 Manage projects SIT12DIP004: Human Resource Management BSBDIV501 Manage diversity in the workplace SITXCOM401 Manage conflict SITXHRM401 Roster staff SIT12DIP102: Domestic Fares and Ticketing SITTTSL309 Source airfares for domestic flights SIT12DIP008: Financial Information for Decision Making SITXFIN501 Prepare and monitor budgets SITXFIN402 Manage finances within a budget SITXFIN401 Interpret financial information SIT12DIP007: International Fares and Ticketing SITTTSL310 Construct normal international airfares SIT12DIP006: Marketing Principles and Practices SITXMGT501 Establish and conduct business relationships SITXGLC501 Research and comply with regulatory requirements BSBWRT401 Write complex documents COMPLIMENTARY SUBJECT: The following subject is an Elective Subject (Awarded on accompanying Statement of Attainment) SIT12DIP006: Marketing Principles and Practices SITXMPR404 Coordinate marketing activities Award Rules Award Requirements To be eligible for the Diploma of Travel and Tourism, a candidate shall complete all of the eight (8) course subjects listed. Credit Transfer Students who wish to have their AQF qualification and/or Statement of Attainment recognised must submit the documentary evidence before enrolment to the Admissions Department. Once the enrolment has been accepted, no further exemptions will be granted. Further details are available from the Admissions Department. Course Assessments It is important to note that ACAE adopts a number of assessments items or tools that are designed to best suit your course and the knowledge and skills that is required to be demonstrated by each participant. All assessments are identified clearly in our subject guides which are provided to students upon enrolment. The subject guide provides a great amount of detail on the timing and style of assessment. It is important to note that participants need to demonstrate competency through each of the prescribed assessment items throughout your time enrolled in the course. In general the following assessment items apply for this course. Projects Practical Demonstrations Knowledge Based Tests Case Studies Industry Placement Portfolios Check points Intakes February and July (see fee schedule for yearly dates) Entry Requirements All students are required to have completed the equivalent of Australian School Year 11. More information is available at Admission Requirements for Local Students and Admission Requirements for International Students. Notes Subjects must be taken in the order that they are offered and at the discretion of the Management Committee. The information above is correct at the time of publishing. However, all programs may be subject to ongoing review by the Management Committee. [-]

Certificate

Certificate III in Patisserie

Campus Full time Part time 1 year January 2017 Australia Perth + 1 more

The Certificate III in Patisserie is equivalent to the off-the-job training of the Chef Patissier apprenticeship. The course includes industry internships providing you the necessary on-the-job experience in a pastry kitchen. [+]

1 Year Full Time; Part time is also available Qualifying as a Pastry Chef is new and innovative in Western Australia. This new trade qualification was approved by the Department of Training and Workplace Development in March 2010. This certificate provides you with the Chef Patissier qualification including a practical industry placement, students are also required to complete a minimum of 250 hours of industry work placement. Benefits The Certificate III in Patisserie is equivalent to the off-the-job training of the Chef Patissier apprenticeship. The course includes industry internships providing you the necessary on-the-job experience in a pastry kitchen. The process of qualifying with trade equivalence may take up to 3 years, however students are employed throughout this time in the industry gaining substantial and relevant experience. The placements are organised by ASCA. Course Subjects SIT31113 SIT12C2001: Food Safety and Kitchen Hygiene SITXFSA101 Use hygienic practices for food safety SITXWHS101 Participate in safe work practices SITHKOP101 Clean kitchen premises and equipment SITXFSA201 Participate in safe food handling practices SIT12C2002: Principles and Methods of Cookery SITHCCC201 Produce dishes using basic methods of cookery SITHCCC203 Produce stocks, sauces and soups SITHCCC207 Use cookery skills effectively SITHCCC101 Use food preparation equipment SITXINV202 Maintain the quality of perishable items SIT12C3003: Specialist Dietary Foods and Menu Costing SITHCCC307 Prepare food to meet special dietary requirements SITHKOP302 Plan and cost basic menus SITXHRM301 Coach others in job skills HLTAID003 Provide first aid SIT12C2004: Cold Larder and Deserts SITHPAT306 Produce desserts SITHCCC103 Prepare sandwiches SIT12P3001: Pastries, Cakes and Baked Products SITHPAT301 Produce cakes SITHPAT303 Produce pastries SITHPAT304 Produce yeast based bakery products SIT12P3002: Classical and European based Tortes and Gateaux SITHPAT302 Produce gateaux, torten and cakes SITHPAT305 Produce petit fours SIT12C2003: Kitchen Work Practices BSBWOR203 Work effectively with others BSBSUS201 Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices COMPLIMENTARY SUBJECT: The following subject is an Elective Subject (Awarded on accompanying Statement of Attainment) SIT12P3003: Chocolate, Sugar Work and Showpieces SITHPAT401 Prepare and model marzipan SITHPAT402 Produce chocolate confectionary SITHPAT403 Model sugar based decorations SITHPAT404 Design and produce sweet buffet showpieces SIT12C2004: Cold Larder and Deserts SITHCCC202 Produce appetisers and salads SITHCCC308 Produce cakes, pastries and breads Course Requirements In order to successfully complete the course applicants must complete all of the subjects / units listed above. Note The course is not suitable for persons unable to handle meat, seafood, poultry or dairy products. Please be aware that the uniform requirements for the kitchen are compulsory and no concessions can be made. Course Assessments It is important to note that ACAE adopts a number of assessments items or tools that are designed to best suit your course and the knowledge and skills that is required to be demonstrated by each participant. All assessments are identified clearly in our subject guides which are provided to students upon enrolment. The subject guide provides a great amount of detail on the timing and style of assessment. It is important to note that participants need to demonstrate competency through each of the prescribed assessment items throughout your time enrolled in the course. In general the following assessment items apply for this course. Projects Practical Demonstrations Knowledge Based Tests Case Studies Industry Placement Portfolios Check points Entry Requirements All students are required to have completed the equivalent of Australian School Year 11. More information is available at Admission Requirements for Local Students and Admission Requirements for International Students. [-]

Certificate IV in Business

Campus Full time Part time 6 months January 2017 Australia Perth + 1 more

The Certificate IV in Business is designed for those who have little to no business experience and seek a career in business or who intend to study at the diploma or degree level in the future. [+]

6 Months Full Time; Part time courses also available The program will prepare graduates with a range of business skills necessary to be successful in a number of business environments. These include customer service, marketing activities, business communication and occupational health and safety. The Certificate IV in Business is designed for those who have little to no business experience and seek a career in business or who intend to study at the diploma or degree level in the future. A key component of ASBM is that all students will undertake 12 industry work placement shifts in a business enterprise as part of this course. Pathways to a Higher Degree Successful completion of the four subjects in the Certificate IV in Business will result in a four unit credit for the Bachelor of Business at the Australian School of Management, if completed in conjunction with the Diploma of Business. Course Subjects BSB40215 CIV0030: Business Communication BSBADM405 Organise meetings BSBADM406 Organise business travel CIV0031: Services Management BSBCUS401 Coordinate implementation of customer service strategies BSBCUS402 Address customer needs BSBCUS403 Implement customer service standards CIV0032: Marketing Principles BSBMKG413 Promote products and services BSBMKG414 Undertake marketing activities CIV0033: Management Information Systems BSBEBU401 Review and maintain a website BSBITS401 Maintain business technology BSBWHS401 Implement and monitor WHS policies, procedures and programs to meet legislative requirements Award Rules Award Requirements To be eligible for the Certificate IV in Business, a candidate shall complete all of the four (4) course subjects listed above. Credit Transfer Students who wish to have their AQF qualification and/or Statement of Attainment recognised must submit the documentary evidence before enrolment to the Admissions Department. Once the enrolment has been accepted, no further exemptions will be granted. Further details are available from the Admissions Department. Course Assessments It is important to note that ACAE adopts a number of assessments items or tools that are designed to best suit your course and the knowledge and skills that is required to be demonstrated by each participant. All assessments are identified clearly in our subject guides which are provided to students upon enrolment. The subject guide provides a great amount of detail on the timing and style of assessment. It is important to note that participants need to demonstrate competency through each of the prescribed assessment items throughout your time enrolled in the course. In general the following assessment items apply for this course. Projects Practical Demonstrations Knowledge Based Tests Case Studies Industry Placement Portfolios Check points Intakes February and July (see fee schedule for yearly dates) Entry Requirements All students are required to have completed the equivalent of Australian School Year 11. More information is available at Admission Requirements for Local Students and Admission Requirements for International Students. Notes Subjects must be taken in the order that they are offered and at the discretion of the Management Committee. The information above is correct at the time of publishing. However, all programs may be subject to ongoing review by the Management Committee. [-]

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641 Wellington Street
Perth 6000
Western Australia

Perth, Western Australia, 6000 AU