Harvest Education Technical College (HETC)

Introduction

Harvest Education Technical College (HETC) is a registered training organisation offering nationally recognised qualifications in English language, on-campus and online business, management and advanced management, marketing, and interpreting.

Students from around the world now study at HETC’s two campuses (one in the heart of Brisbane’s CBD, the other in bustling, multicultural Garden City), learning from staff who come from countries as diverse as the students themselves.

Students based in Australia have the opportunity to complete online diploma courses in a range of subjects. Study for a Diploma of Management, Diploma of Business or Advanced Diploma of Management online or Graduate Certificate in TESOL and at your own pace. This is a fantastic opportunity for people outside of the Brisbane region, or people wanting a tertiary qualification that fits to their schedule. With our range of courses always growing, HETC has something for everyone wanting to gain new skills and qualifications, including a Diploma in Beauty Therapy and industry required courses such as the RG146 for the finance sector, and other vocational courses.

HETC aims to do more than train our students for their future careers: In addition to increasing students’ technical knowledge and practical skills, our trainers aim to build up students’ inner confidence, impart their qualities to students, and help them to embrace the fruits of knowledge and wisdom. Today, HETC’s mission is to “Impart the Spirit of Excellence”. Our trainers and other staff strive daily to instill this spirit in their students, and to make excellence a habit in their own lives.

HETC’s combination of modern teaching facilities, great campus locations, experienced and passionate trainers, and small but diverse classes make it an ideal choice for students seeking an excellent education and training experience.

VET FEE-HELP is available for local students, so whether you are studying on campus in the CBD or Garden City, or doing online diploma courses, you have the chance to study now and pay later. Our online diploma courses are the perfect way to improve your skills and get the job you want while already working. Choose from a range of options including Diploma in Business, Diploma in Management, and Advanced Diploma in Management, each designed to give your career and future a lift.

Contact HETC today and take the next step in your future career. Ask about our courses including business and advanced management diplomas available to study remotely. HETC gives students everywhere the opportunity to upskill and improve their employment prospects in a supportive environment. We can help organise financial assistance for VET fees, helping students to study now and pay later.

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Diploma

Diploma of Business

Campus or Online Full time Part time 24 - 52 weeks January 2017 Australia Brisbane + 1 more

This qualification reflects the role of individuals with substantial experience in a range of settings who are seeking to further develop their skills across a wide range of business functions. [+]

This qualification reflects the role of individuals with substantial experience in a range of settings who are seeking to further develop their skills across a wide range of business functions. This qualification is also suited to the needs of individuals with little or no vocational experience, but who possess sound theoretical business skills and knowledge that they would like to develop in order to create further educational and employment opportunities. Potential Job Roles executive officer program consultant program coordinator Learning Outcome Course graduates will be well-equipped to forge exciting careers in fields such as accounting, banking and commerce, human resources and marketing. The skills you acquire will empower you to establish and manage your own business or make a valuable contribution to any business organisation. Prerequisite Requirements Beginners computing skills such as research online through accessing Internet browsers, typing, creating and saving word related documents such as notepad, Microsoft Word, accessing PDF, PowerPoint and web video documents, downloading and uploading documents etc. Please feel free to contact us if you are unsure of whether you meet the requirements. Required Resources You will need access to a computer, web camera and internet to complete this course. Qualification Requirements Total number of units: 8 On campus students (Garden City): BSBWOR501Manage personal work priorities and professional development (Elective) BSBADM502Manage meetings (Elective) BSBINM501Manage an information or knowledge management system (Elective) BSBMKG502Establish and adjust the marketing mix (Elective) BSBWRT501Write persuasive copy (Elective) BSBRSK501Manage risk (Elective) BSBMGT502Manage people performance (Elective) BSBWHS501Ensure a safe workplace (Elective) On campus students (City): BSBSUS501Develop Workplace Policy and Procedures for Sustainability (Elective) BSBHRM506Manage Recruitment, Selection and Induction Processes (Elective) BSBMKG502Establish and Adjust the Marketing Mix (Elective) BSBHRM513Manage Workforce Planning (Elective) BSBHRM505Manage Remuneration and Employee Benefits (Elective) BSBRSK501Manage Risk (Elective) BSBHRM512Develop and Manage Performance-Management Processes (Elective) BSBMKG501Identify and Evaluate Marketing Opportunities (Elective) Online/ distance education students: BSBWOR501Manage personal work priorities and professional development (Elective) BSBMKG502Establish and adjust the marketing mix (Elective) BSBRSK501Manage risk (Elective) BSBADM502Manage Meetings (Elective) BSBPMG522Undertake project work (Elective) BSBHRM505Manage remuneration and employee benefits (Elective) BSBCUS501Manage quality customer service (Elective) BSBMGT502Manage people performance (Elective) Delivery mode 1 Online/ through distance education (domestic students only) Duration: 52 weeks Location: Online Intake dates: Every Monday Assessment methods: Short answer questions, case study, presentation, simulated workplace assessment and report Delivery mode 2 On campus Duration: 24 weeks (include 4 weeks holiday) Location: Garden City and City campus Intake dates: Please contact our friendly students services team for on campus intake dates. One line courses have intake dates every Monday. Assessment methods: Short answer questions, case study, presentation, role play and report Entry requirements You will need access to a computer, web camera and internet to complete this course. Domestic Students (VET FEE-HELP) - 18 years old or above - Attaining a Senior Secondary Certificate of Education that has been awarded by an agency or authority of a State or Territory for the completion of Year 12; OR - Displaying competence at or above Exit Level 3 in the Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF) in both Reading and Numeracy (via an approved testing tool from the government, on application). Domestic Students (Self-Funded) - Achieving a minimum level of academic qualification equivalent to an Australian Year 11 high school certificate; OR - Passing HETC’s internal academic entry test International Students - Minimum age: 18 years old or above AND - Achieving a minimum level of academic qualification equivalent to an Australian Year 11 high school certificate; OR passing HETC’s internal academic entry test AND - IELTS (or accepted equivalent) score of 5.0, with no component lower than 4.5 obtained within the past two years; OR passing HETC’s English entry test; OR (if you do not have evidence for any of the above) - Completed a minimum of an Australia Diploma level qualification [-]

Diploma of Human Resources Management

Campus or Online Full time Part time 24 - 52 weeks January 2017 Australia Brisbane + 1 more

Managing human resources is probably one of the most challenging tasks in an organisation; however, if it is managed effectively, it can bring great success as human capital is the most important asset in an organisation. Managers need to be aware of the many relevant legislations and human rights to ensure that managing procedures are effective and fair. [+]

Managing human resources is probably one of the most challenging tasks in an organisation; however, if it is managed effectively, it can bring great success as human capital is the most important asset in an organisation. Managers need to be aware of the many relevant legislations and human rights to ensure that managing procedures are effective and fair. This course aims to teach a variety of human resource management functions and focuses on developing skills and knowledge in attracting and preserving high caliber people. Potential Job Roles Human Resources Advisor Human Resources and Change Manager Human Resources Manager Human Resources Consultant Senior Human Resources Officer Learning Outcome Course graduates will develop a wide range of human resources related skills and knowledge and be able to understand and develop HR systems. Prerequisite Requirements Beginners computing skills such as research online through accessing Internet browsers, typing, creating and saving word related documents such as notepad, Microsoft Word, accessing PDF, PowerPoint and web video documents, downloading and uploading documents etc. Please feel free to contact us if you are unsure of whether you meet the requirements. Required Resources You will need access to a computer, web camera and internet to complete this course. Qualification Requirements Total number of units: 9 (6 Core Units plus 3 Elective Units) BSBHRM506 Manage Recruitment Selection and Induction Processes BSBSUS501 Develop Workplace Policy and Procedures for Sustainability BSBHRM513 Manage Workforce Planning BSBMGT616 Develop and Implement Strategic Plans BSBHRM501 Manage Human Resources Services BSBHRM505 Manage Remuneration and Employee Benefits BSBHRM512 Develop and Manage Performance-Management Processes BSBWHS401 Implement and Monitor WHS Policies, Procedures and Programs to Meet Legislative Requirements BSBWRK510 Manage Employee Relations Delivery mode 1 Online/ through distance education (domestic students only) Duration: 52 weeks Location: Online Intake dates: Every Monday Delivery mode 2 On campus Duration: 24 weeks (include 4 weeks holiday) Location: City campus Intake dates: Please contact our friendly students services team for on campus intake dates. Assessment methods: Short answer questions, case study, role play, simulated workplace assessment and report Entry requirements Domestic Students (VET FEE-HELP) - 18 years old or above AND - Attaining a Senior Secondary Certificate of Education that has been awarded by an agency or authority of a State or Territory for the completion of Year 12; OR - Displaying competence at or above Exit Level 3 in the Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF) in both Reading and Numeracy (via an approved testing tool from the government, on application). Domestic Students (Self-Funded) - Achieving a minimum level of academic qualification equivalent to an Australian Year 11 high school certificate; OR - Passing HETC’s internal academic entry test International Students - Minimum age: 18 years old or above AND - Achieving a minimum level of academic qualification equivalent to an Australian Year 11 high school certificate; OR passing HETC’s internal academic entry test AND - IELTS (or accepted equivalent) score of 5.0, with no component lower than 4.5 obtained within the past two years; OR passing HETC’s English entry test; OR (if you do not have evidence for any of the above) - Completed a minimum of an Australia Diploma level qualification [-]

Diploma of Information Technology

Campus Full time 52 weeks January 2017 Australia Brisbane

This qualification provides the skills required for competence in remedial massage practice and practitioners at this level may be self employed as independent practitioners or may work within a larger health service. [+]

This qualification provides the skills required for competence in remedial massage practice and practitioners at this level may be self employed as independent practitioners or may work within a larger health service. It covers the provision of remedial massage treatment to clients with specific needs such as injury management, rehabilitation, palliative care, aged care, women and children. Practitioners at this level may supervise other massage therapists. Please note that this qualification is taught and assessed holistically. This means that there is no exit point until the completion of the course and Statement of Attainment can not be issued until all assessments have been submitted and deemed competent. Potential Job Roles Massage Therapist Massage Therapy Practitioner Practice/Clinic Supervisor Delivery mode On campus Duration 52 weeks (including 4 weeks of holiday) Location City campus Intake dates 29/02/2016 30/05/2016 12/09/2016 5/12/2016 13/03/2017 19/06/2017 25/09/2017 Assessment methods Short answer questions, case study, portfolio, observation/simulated workplace assessment, student clinic and report Entry Requirements International students and Self-Funded Domestic Students: - Minimum age: 18 years old or above - Achieving a minimum level of academic qualification equivalent to an Australian Year 11 high school certificate; OR - Passing HETC’s internal academic entry test - IELTS (or accepted equivalent) score of 5.0, with no component lower than 4.5 obtained within the past two years; OR - Passing HETC’s English entry test; OR - Completed a minimum of an Australia Diploma level qualification Qualification Requirements There are 21 units (16 core units, 4 elective units and 1 business management elective) in this qualification. CHCCOM006 Establish and manage client relationships HLTAID003 Provide first aid HLTWHS004 Manage work health and safety HLTINF004 Manage the prevention and control of infection HLTMSG004 Provide massage treatments CHCPRP005 Engage with health professionals and the health system CHCDIV001 Work with diverse people HLTMSG002 Assess client massage needs HLTMSG001 Develop massage practice BSBSMB404 Undertake small business planning CHCLEG003 Manage legal and ethical compliance HLTAAP003 Analyse and respond to client health information CHCCCS001 Address the needs of people with chronic disease CHCAGE001 Facilitate the empowerment of older people HLTMSG007 Adapt remedial massage practice for athletes HLTMSG006 Adapt remedial massage practice to meet specific needs HLTMSG003 Perform remedial massage musculoskeletal assessments CHCPOL003 Research and apply evidence to practice HLTMSG005 Provide remedial massage treatments HLTMSG008 Monitor and evaluate remedial massage treatments CHCPRP003 Reflect on and improve own professional practice [-]

Diploma of Interpreting

Campus Full time 24 weeks January 2017 Australia Brisbane

The Diploma of Interpreting is the first step on the way to professional practice. Through the diploma, you will gain basic oral transfer skills in general settings, and professional and contextual aspects in various interpreting settings, including elective units in legal and medical knowledge and terminology. [+]

The Diploma of Interpreting is the first step on the way to professional practice. Through the diploma, you will gain basic oral transfer skills in general settings, and professional and contextual aspects in various interpreting settings, including elective units in legal and medical knowledge and terminology. Most teaching/learning activities and assessment tasks are practical. The focus is on developing the necessary basic interpreting skills to work as an interpreter in general settings. This is a NAATI approved course. Available languages: Mandarin Chinese; Korean Program Structure Students will be introduced to the profession of interpreting and led to explore various contextual areas that interpreters work in. You will be trained to analyse, recall and reproduce source language message in the target language in general settings, applying effective linguistic transfer skills and discourse management strategies. Through classes, workshops and various guided group and individual learning activities, you will practise your interpreting skills, whilst also gaining an appreciation of professional ethics and industry knowledge that is essential to your future career. Delivery mode On campus Duration 24 weeks (including 1 week of holiday) Location Garden City campus Assessment MethodShort answer questions and written essay, simulated workplace assessment, role play and oral questioning. Intake dates Mandarin class 07/03/2016 06/06/2016 05/09/2016 21/11/2016 Korean class 07/03/2016 29/08/2016 Specific Training Package requirements including entry requirements International students: 1. Mandarin & English – NAATI Approved - Minimum age: 18 years old or above - Achieving a minimum level of academic qualification equivalent to an Australian Year 11 high school certificate; OR - Passing HETC’s internal academic entry test - Achieving an IELTS (or accepted equivalent) score of 6.0 with no component lower than 5.5 and Listening and Speaking components no lower than 6.0 within the past two years; OR - Passing HETC’s English entry test 2. Korean & English – NAATI Approved - Minimum age: 18 years old or above - Achieving a minimum level of academic qualification equivalent to an Australian Year 11 high school certificate; OR - Passing HETC’s internal academic entry test - Achieving as IELTS (or accepted equivalent) score of 7.0 with Listening and Speaking components no lower than 6.5, Reading and Writing components no lower than 6.0 within the past two year; OR - Passing HETC’s English entry test Domestic students (Korean & English; Mandarin & English – NAATI Approved – Self Funded): - Basic computer skills, including searching internet, using digital devices and Microsoft applications, managing files, installing programs, updating software and protecting your computer - Advanced Language Other Than English (LOTE) skills (Korean or Mandarin) - Achieving a minimum level of academic qualification equivalent to an Australian Year 12 high school certificate; OR - Passing HETC’s internal academic entry test Domestic Students (VET FEE-HELP) - 18 years old or above AND - Attaining a Senior Secondary Certificate of Education that has been awarded by an agency or authority of a State or Territory for the completion of Year 12; OR - Displaying competence at or above Exit Level 3 in the Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF) in both Reading and Numeracy (via an approved testing tool from the government, on application). AND - Advanced Language Other Than English (LOTE) skills (Korean or Mandarin) AND - Basic computer skills, including searching internet, using digital devices and Microsoft applications, managing files, installing programs, updating software and protecting your computer Qualification Requirements Total number of units: 10 (6 Core Units plus 4 Elective Units) PSPTIS511A Demonstrate language proficiency in different subjects and cultural contexts PSPTIS503A Apply codes and standards to ethical practice PSPTIS506A Interpret in general dialogue settings (LOTE) PSPTIS510A Analyse, recall, and reproduce source messages PSPTIS501A Negotiate translating and interpreting assignments PSPTIS502A Prepare to translate and interpret PSPTIS504A Maintain and enhance professional practice PSPTIS507A Manage discourses in general settings N/A Business elective N/A Business elective [-]

Diploma of Leadership and Management

Campus or Online Full time Part time 24 - 52 weeks January 2017 Australia Brisbane + 1 more

This qualification will train learners on how to be an effective and efficient manager. Learners will gain knowledge on how to liaise with stakeholders and ensure team effectiveness. Learners will also gain the skills to address the multiple challenges faced by managers in today’s rapidly changing business environment and provides solutions and strategies to work under various business conditions. [+]

This qualification will train learners on how to be an effective and efficient manager. Learners will gain knowledge on how to liaise with stakeholders and ensure team effectiveness. Learners will also gain the skills to address the multiple challenges faced by managers in today’s rapidly changing business environment and provides solutions and strategies to work under various business conditions. Potential Job Roles Coordinator Team Leader Leading Hand Supervisor Manager Learning Outcome Course graduates will be well-equipped to forge exciting careers in fields such as leading and managing. The skills you acquire will empower you to manage and lead teams or make a valuable contribution to any business organisation. Prerequisite Requirements Beginners computing skills such as research online through accessing Internet browsers, typing, creating and saving word related documents such as notepad, Microsoft Word, accessing PDF, PowerPoint and web video documents, downloading and uploading documents etc. Please feel free to contact us if you are unsure of whether you meet the requirements. Required Resources You will need access to a computer, web camera and internet to complete this course. Qualification Requirements Total number of units: 12 Please note: Exact unit offerings subject to change and may differ based on campus and study mode – please contact HETC for exact unit offerings. On campus students: BSBWOR501Manage personal work priorities and professional development BSBADM502Manage meetings BSBCUS501Manage quality customer service BSBINM501Manage an information or knowledge management system BSBMKG502Establish and adjust the marketing mix BSBLDR501Develop and use emotional intelligence BSBWRT501Write persuasive copy BSBRSK501Manage risk BSBMGT517Manage operational plan BSBWOR502Lead and manage team effectiveness BSBWHS501Ensure a safe workplace BSBLDR502Lead and manage effective workplace relationships Online/ distance education (VET FEE-HELP students): BSBWOR501Manage personal work priorities and professional development BSBLDR501Develop and use emotional intelligence BSBLDR502Lead and manage effective workplace relationships BSBMKG502Establish and adjust the marketing mix BSBWOR502Lead and manage team effectiveness BSBWRT501Write persuasive copy BSBRSK501Manage risk BSBADM502Manage meetings BSBWHS501Ensure a safe workplace BSBCUS501Manage quality customer service BSBINM501Manage an information or knowledge management system BSBMGT517Manage operational plan Delivery mode 1 Online/ through distance education (domestic students only) Duration: 52 weeks Location: Online Intake dates: Every Monday Assessment methods: Short answer questions, case study, role play and report Delivery mode 2 On campus Duration: 24 weeks (include 4 weeks holiday) Location: Garden City and City campus Intake dates: Please contact our friendly students services team for on campus intake dates. Assessment methods: Short answer questions, case study, role play, simulated workplace assessment and report Entry requirements Domestic Students (VET FEE-HELP) - 18 years old or above AND - Attaining a Senior Secondary Certificate of Education that has been awarded by an agency or authority of a State or Territory for the completion of Year 12; OR - Displaying competence at or above Exit Level 3 in the Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF) in both Reading and Numeracy (via an approved testing tool from the government, on application). Domestic Students (Self-Funded) - Achieving a minimum level of academic qualification equivalent to an Australian Year 11 high school certificate; OR - Passing HETC’s internal academic entry test International Students - Minimum age: 18 years old or above AND - Achieving a minimum level of academic qualification equivalent to an Australian Year 11 high school certificate; OR passing HETC’s internal academic entry test AND - IELTS (or accepted equivalent) score of 5.0, with no component lower than 4.5 obtained within the past two years; OR passing HETC’s English entry test; OR (if you do not have evidence for any of the above) - Completed a minimum of an Australia Diploma level qualification [-]

Diploma of Marketing

Campus Full time 24 weeks January 2017 Australia Brisbane

This qualification allows individuals to possess a sound theoretical knowledge base in marketing management. Upon the completion of the qualification, the individual should be able to demonstrate a range of managerial skills to ensure that marketing functions are effectively conducted in an organisation or business area. [+]

This qualification allows individuals to possess a sound theoretical knowledge base in marketing management. Upon the completion of the qualification, the individual should be able to demonstrate a range of managerial skills to ensure that marketing functions are effectively conducted in an organisation or business area. For example, the graduate would be able to take on responsibilities such as leading and conducting marketing campaigns. Potential Job Roles Marketing Manager Marketing Team Leader Product Manager Public Relations Manager Delivery mode On Campus Duration 24 weeks (including 4 weeks of holiday) Location City Campus Intake dates 4/01/2016 – 19/06/2016 8/02/2016 – 24/07/2016 21/03/2016 – 4/09/2016 2/05/2016 – 16/10/2016 13/06/2016 – 27/11/2016 25/07/2016 – 8/01/2017 5/09/2016 – 19/02/2017 17/10/2016 – 2/04/2017 21/11/2016 – 7/05/2017 9/01/2017 – 25/06/2017 20/02/2017 – 6/08/2017 3/04/2017 – 17/09/2017 15/05/2017 – 29/10/2017 26/06/2017 – 10/12/2017 7/08/2017 – 21/01/2018 18/09/2017 – 4/03/2018 30/10/2017 – 15/04/2018 4/12/2017 – 20/05/2018 Specific Training Package requirements including entry requirements: On Campus Students International students: - Minimum age: 18 years old or above - Achieving a minimum level of academic qualification equivalent to an Australian Year 11 high school certificate; OR - Passing HETC’s internal academic entry test - IELTS (or accepted equivalent) score of 5.0, with no component lower than 4.5 obtained within the past two years; OR - Passing HETC’s English entry test; OR - Completed a minimum of an Australia Diploma level qualification Self-Funded Domestic students: - Basic computer skills, including searching internet, using digital devices and Microsoft applications, managing files, installing programs, updating software and protecting your computer - Passing HETC’s internal academic entry test Qualification Requirements There are 8 units to complete in order to graduate. BSBMKG506Plan Market Research BSBSUS501Develop Workplace Policy and Procedures for Sustainability BSBMKG502Establish and Adjust the Marketing Mix BSBMKG507Interpret Market Trends and Developments BSBRSK501Manage Risk BSBMKG514Implement and Monitor Marketing Activities BSBWRT501Write Persuasive Copy BSBMKG501Identify and Evaluate Marketing Opportunities [-]

Diploma of Remedial Massage

Campus Full time 52 weeks January 2017 Australia Brisbane

This qualification provides the skills required for competence in remedial massage practice and practitioners at this level may be self employed as independent practitioners or may work within a larger health service. It covers the provision of remedial massage treatment to clients with specific needs such as injury management, rehabilitation, palliative care, aged care, women and children. [+]

This qualification provides the skills required for competence in remedial massage practice and practitioners at this level may be self employed as independent practitioners or may work within a larger health service. It covers the provision of remedial massage treatment to clients with specific needs such as injury management, rehabilitation, palliative care, aged care, women and children. Practitioners at this level may supervise other massage therapists. Please note that this qualification is taught and assessed holistically. This means that there is no exit point until the completion of the course and Statement of Attainment can not be issued until all assessments have been submitted and deemed competent. Potential Job Roles Massage Therapist Massage Therapy Practitioner Practice/Clinic Supervisor Delivery mode On campus Duration 52 weeks (including 4 weeks of holiday) Location City campus Intake dates 29/02/2016 30/05/2016 12/09/2016 5/12/2016 13/03/2017 19/06/2017 25/09/2017 Assessment methods Short answer questions, case study, portfolio, observation/simulated workplace assessment, student clinic and report Entry Requirements International students and Self-Funded Domestic Students: - Minimum age: 18 years old or above - Achieving a minimum level of academic qualification equivalent to an Australian Year 11 high school certificate; OR - Passing HETC’s internal academic entry test - IELTS (or accepted equivalent) score of 5.0, with no component lower than 4.5 obtained within the past two years; OR - Passing HETC’s English entry test; OR - Completed a minimum of an Australia Diploma level qualification Qualification Requirements There are 21 units (16 core units, 4 elective units and 1 business management elective) in this qualification. CHCCOM006 Establish and manage client relationships HLTAID003 Provide first aid HLTWHS004 Manage work health and safety HLTINF004 Manage the prevention and control of infection HLTMSG004 Provide massage treatments CHCPRP005 Engage with health professionals and the health system CHCDIV001 Work with diverse people HLTMSG002 Assess client massage needs HLTMSG001 Develop massage practice BSBSMB404 Undertake small business planning CHCLEG003 Manage legal and ethical compliance HLTAAP003 Analyse and respond to client health information CHCCCS001 Address the needs of people with chronic disease CHCAGE001 Facilitate the empowerment of older people HLTMSG007 Adapt remedial massage practice for athletes HLTMSG006 Adapt remedial massage practice to meet specific needs HLTMSG003 Perform remedial massage musculoskeletal assessments CHCPOL003 Research and apply evidence to practice HLTMSG005 Provide remedial massage treatments HLTMSG008 Monitor and evaluate remedial massage treatments CHCPRP003 Reflect on and improve own professional practice [-]

Advanced Diploma

Advanced Diploma of Leadership and Management

Campus or Online Full time Part time 24 - 52 weeks January 2017 Australia Brisbane + 1 more

This course aims to provide skills, knowledge and attitudes appropriate for people working as leaders and managers. It is designed to develop leadership qualities and enhance managerial capabilities. [+]

This course aims to provide skills, knowledge and attitudes appropriate for people working as leaders and managers. It is designed to develop leadership qualities and enhance managerial capabilities. Potential Job Roles Area Manager Department Manage Regional Manager Learning Outcome Course graduates will develop a wide range of extensive leadership and management skills and be able to lead and manage small to large teams. Prerequisite Requirements Beginners computing skills such as research online through accessing Internet browsers, typing, creating and saving word related documents such as notepad, Microsoft Word, accessing PDF, PowerPoint and web video documents, downloading and uploading documents etc. Please feel free to contact us if you are unsure of whether you meet the requirements. Required Resources You will need access to a computer, web camera and internet to complete this course. Qualification Requirements Total number of units: 12 BSBINN601Lead and Manage Organisational Change BSBSUS501Develop Workplace Policy and Procedures for Sustainability BSBMGT615Contribute to Organisation Development BSBMGT616Develop and Implement Strategic Plans BSBMGT617Develop and Implement A Business Plan BSBINM601Manage Knowledge and Information BSBRSK501Manage Risk BSBMGT605Provide Leadership Across the Organisation BSBFIM601Manage Finances BSBMGT608Manage Innovation and Continuous Improvement BSBMKG609Develop a Marketing Plan BSBHRM602Manage Human Resources Strategic Planning Delivery mode 1 Online/ through distance education (domestic students only) Duration: 52 weeks Location: Online Intake dates: Every Monday Assessment methods: Short answer questions, case study, role play and report Delivery mode 2 On campus Duration: 24weeks (include 4 weeks holiday) Location: City campus Intake dates: Please contact our friendly students services team for on campus intake dates. Assessment methods: Short answer questions, case study, role play, simulated workplace assessment and report Entry requirements Domestic Students (VET FEE-HELP) - Please note that this course is temporarily not available for VET FEE-HELP students. Domestic Students (VET FEE-HELP) - 18 years old or above AND - Attaining a Senior Secondary Certificate of Education that has been awarded by an agency or authority of a State or Territory for the completion of Year 12; OR - Displaying competence at or above Exit Level 3 in the Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF) in both Reading and Numeracy (via an approved testing tool from the government, on application). AND - Basic computer skills, including searching internet, using digital devices and Microsoft applications, managing files, installing programs, updating software and protecting your computer Domestic Students (Self-Funded) - Holding a BSB51915 DIPLOMA OF LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT (former name: BSB51107 DIPLOMA OF MANAGEMENT) or other relevant qualification/s OR with substantial vocational experience, in management but without a formal qualification. - Passing HETC’s internal academic entry test, OR; - Achieving a minimum level of academic qualification equivalent to an Australian Year 12 high school certificate (If you have not obtained a qualification within the past three years, you will need to provide evidence of assessment-based continuous learning) - Basic computer skills, including searching internet, using digital devices and Microsoft applications, managing files, installing programs, updating software and protecting your computer International Students - Minimum age: 18 years old or above AND - Achieving a minimum level of academic qualification equivalent to an Australian Year 11 high school certificate; OR passing HETC’s internal academic entry test AND - IELTS (or accepted equivalent) score of 5.0, with no component lower than 4.5 obtained within the past two years; OR passing HETC’s English entry test; OR (if you do not have evidence for any of the above) - Completed a minimum of an Australia Diploma level qualification [-]

Certificate

Certificate III in Business Administration

Campus or Online Full time Part time 24 - 52 weeks January 2017 Australia Brisbane + 1 more

This qualification reflects the role of individuals who apply a broad range of administrative competencies in varied work contexts, using some discretion and judgement. They may provide technical advice and support to a team. [+]

This qualification reflects the role of individuals who apply a broad range of administrative competencies in varied work contexts, using some discretion and judgement. They may provide technical advice and support to a team. Potential Job Roles Accounts Receivable Clerk Accounts Payable Clerk Management-level positions in industry or government Clerk Data Entry Operator Junior Personal Assistant Receptionist Office Administration Assistant Office Administrator Word Processing Operator Delivery mode 1 Online/ through distance education (Queensland Government Funding, not available to international students) Duration: 24 weeks Location: Online Intake dates: Every Monday Delivery mode 2 On campus Duration: 52 weeks (including 4 weeks of holiday) Location: Garden City campus Intake dates: To be informed Specific Training Package requirements including entry requirements International students: Academic Entry Requirements: - 18 years old or above - Achieving a minimum level of academic qualification equivalent to an Australian Year 10 high school certificate; OR - Passing HETC’s internal academic entry test English Entry Requirements: - IELTS score of 3.0 (overall) Domestic students (Guarantee program): - Be 15 years of age or older. - Have finished secondary school or no longer at school. - Be an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident, or a New Zealand citizen. - Be a Queensland resident (i.e. living permanently in Queensland). - Not hold, or currently be enrolled in, a certificate III level or higher qualification (excluding qualifications completed at school, and foundation skills training). Qualification Requirements There are 13 units (2 core units and 11 electives) to complete in order to graduate. BSBWRT301 Write Simple Documents BSBCUS301 Deliver and Monitor a Service to customers BSBPRO301 Recommend Products and Services BSBADM307 Organise Schedules BSBADM311 Maintain Business Resources BSBPUR301 Purchase Goods and Services BSBITU307 Develop Keyboarding Speed and Accuracy BSBITU302 Create Electronic Presentations BSBITU303 Design and Produce Text Documents BSBITU306 Design and Produce Business Documents BSBFIA302 Process Payroll BSBITU309 Produce desktop published documents BSBWHS201 Contribute to Health and Safety of Self and Others Learning Modes In-Class at GardenCity Campus Online Assessment MethodsRole play, short answer questions, reports, simulated workplace assessment. [-]

Certificate III in Spoken and Written English

Campus or Online Full time Part time 24 weeks January 2017 Australia Brisbane + 1 more

The Certificate III in Spoken and Written English (10364NAT) focuses on general English language skills for day-to-day life, for work and for further study. It develops skills for learners to satisfy basic social needs, routine situations for everyday commerce, recreation and linguistically undemanding vocational fields. [+]

The Certificate III in Spoken and Written English (10364NAT) focuses on general English language skills for day-to-day life, for work and for further study. It develops skills for learners to satisfy basic social needs, routine situations for everyday commerce, recreation and linguistically undemanding vocational fields. The certificate is designed to develop speaking, pronunciation, listening, reading and writing skills at an intermediate English level. This qualification is suitable for modest learners who have partial command of the language, coping with overall understanding in most situations, though are likely to make mistakes. Accreditation Accredited Qualification from AMES NSW Learning Outcomes Participate in complex exchanges such as negotiation at work Initiate informal and formal discussions Write complex documents, such as formal writing, essays, emails, letters and reports Fluent in selected discussion topics Understand the news and current affairs through listening Prerequisite Requirements There are no prerequisite requirements for individual units of competency. Course Quick Guide Duration: 24 weeks (including 4 weeks of holiday) Delivery mode: On campus (Garden City and City Campus) Qualification Requirements Total number of units: 9 (1 Core Unit plus 8 Elective Units) 1 Core Units: SWELRN301A Advanced learning strategies 8 Electives: SWEEXC303A Comprehending and negotiating complex exchanges SWEPRE305A Comprehending and conducting presentations SWEDIS306A Comprehending and participating in discussions SWECOR307A Composing formal correspondence and completing formatted texts SWEINF308A Comprehending and composing complex information texts SWEDSN310A Comprehending and composing discussions SWEINS314A Comprehending and giving complex instructions SWEJOB315A Language skills for jobseeking Certification Participants can choose to complete either individual units or the full certification. If students complete any of the individual units, then they can be awarded statements of attainment; and if all required units are completed, students will be awarded with a full qualification in Certificate III in Spoken and Written English. These credentials are nationally recognised and accredited. Assessment methods: short answer questions, written essays, oral discussions/presentations. Learning Modes Full-time or part-time classes, including low-level bilingual classes Distance education for local students or students who are located overseas. Entry Requirements IELTS score of 4.5 (or accepted equivalent) OR completed Certificate II in Spoken and Written English 16 years old or over [-]

Certificate II in Spoken and Written English

Campus or Online Full time Part time 24 weeks January 2017 Australia Brisbane + 1 more

The Certificate II in Spoken and Written English (10363NAT) develops skills for learners to meet their everyday simple transactional and limited social needs. This qualification is designed to teach English to learners at a post-beginner’s level. [+]

The Certificate II in Spoken and Written English (10363NAT) develops skills for learners to meet their everyday simple transactional and limited social needs. This qualification is designed to teach English to learners at a post-beginner’s level. Accreditation Accredited Qualification from AMES NSW Learning Outcomes Be able to participate in transactional exchanges, such as arranging a service, purchasing a product, joining a library, etc. Be able to follow spoken instructions, such as following directions, paying a bill, safe lifting, etc. Be able to build your speaking, listening, reading and writing skills using simple sentences. Learn new vocabulary and improve your grammar Improve your pronunciation Learn to write information and informal texts, such as reports, stories and opinion texts. Prerequisite Requirements There are no prerequisite requirements for individual units of competency. Course Quick Guide Duration: 24 weeks (including 4 weeks of holiday) Delivery mode: On campus (Garden City and City Campus) Qualification Requirements Total number of units: 7 (1 Core Unit plus 6 Elective Units) 1 Core Units: SWELRN201A Intermediate learning strategies 6 Electives: SWECAS202A Comprehending and participating in routine casual conversations SWEEXC203A Comprehending and participating in transactional exchanges SWEINF204A Comprehending and giving spoken information SWESTO209A Comprehending and composing story texts SWETXT210A Comprehending and composing informal texts SWEOPI203A Comprehending and composing option texts Certification Participants can choose to complete either individual units or the full certification. If students complete any of the individual units, then they can be awarded statements of attainment; and if all required units are completed, students will be awarded with a full qualification in Certificate II in Spoken and Written English. These credentials are nationally recognised and accredited. Assessment methods: short answer questions, written essays, oral discussions/presentations. Learning Modes Full-time or part-time classes, including low-level bilingual classes Distance education for local students or students who are located overseas. Entry Requirements IELTS (or accepted equivalent) score of 3 OR Completed Certificate I in Spoken and Written English 15 years old or above [-]

Certificate I in Spoken and Written English

Campus or Online Full time Part time 24 weeks January 2017 Australia Brisbane + 1 more

The Certificate I in Spoken and Written English (10362 NAT) develops skills for learners who have just started learning English and have had minimal exposure to English. The certificate is designed to develop speaking, pronunciation, listening, reading and writing skills at a beginner’s level. [+]

The Certificate I in Spoken and Written English (10362 NAT) develops skills for learners who have just started learning English and have had minimal exposure to English. The certificate is designed to develop speaking, pronunciation, listening, reading and writing skills at a beginner’s level. The qualification is designed for learners who convey and understand only limited English and have difficulties in communication. Accreditation Accredited Qualification from AMES NSW Learning Outcomes Develop confidence in your ability to understand and use English Build your speaking, listening, reading and writing skills Learn new vocabulary and improve your grammar Improve your pronunciation Attain a vocabulary between 500 and 800 words Learn to interact effectively and with confidence across a range of common social situations Prerequisite Requirements There are no prerequisite requirements for individual units of competency. Course Quick Guide Duration: 24 weeks (including 4 weeks of holiday) Delivery mode: On campus (Garden City and City Campus) Qualification Requirements Total number of units: 7 (1 Core Unit plus 6 Elective Units) 1 Core Units: SWELRN101A Basic learning strategies 6 Electives: SWEPER102A Giving personal information SWETRA103A Comprehending and participating in short transactional exchanges SWECON105A Comprehending and participating in short conversation SWMSG107A Comprehending and leaving telephone messages SWEDES109A Comprehending and composing written descriptions SWEREC110A Comprehending and composing written recounts Certification Participants can choose to complete either individual units or the full certification. If students complete any of the individual units, then they can be awarded statements of attainment; and if all required units are completed, students will be awarded with a full qualification in Certificate I in Spoken and Written English. These credentials are nationally recognised and accredited. Assessment methods: short answer questions, written essays, oral discussions/presentations. Learning Modes Full-time or part-time classes, including low-level bilingual classes Distance education for local students or students who are located overseas. Entry Requirements English skills not required 15 years old or over [-]

Certificate IV in Spoken and Written English - Further Studies

Campus or Online Full time Part time 24 weeks January 2017 Australia Brisbane + 1 more

The qualification aims to develop competence in the analysis and communicative use of English for academic purposes. It does this by providing input and practice in aspects of teaching, learning and assessment common to university study in Australia. [+]

The qualification aims to develop competence in the analysis and communicative use of English for academic purposes. It does this by providing input and practice in aspects of teaching, learning and assessment common to university study in Australia. Particular attention is paid to developing the language and skills necessary to write assignments, take part in discussions, listen to lectures and read academic texts. Accreditation Accredited Qualification from AMES NSW Learning Outcomes By completing modules of the CSWE IV – Further Studies specialisation you learn to: Participate effectively in lectures and tutorials Prepare and deliver an effective academic presentation Understand the structure and development of academic talks Produce an appropriate, coherent and cohesive academic text Integrate source material into writing with the appropriate academic conventions Take effective notes from written and spoken texts Read with greater efficiency and effectiveness Prerequisite Requirements There are no prerequisite requirements for individual units of competency. Course Quick Guide Duration: 24 weeks (including 4 weeks of holiday) Delivery mode: On campus (Garden City) Qualification Requirements Total number of units: 7 (1 Core Unit plus 6 Elective Units) 1 Core Units: SWELRN401A Learning strategies for further studies 6 Electives: SWEKNO402A Language knowledge SWEUND403A Understanding academic culture SWEREA404A Reading and note-taking skills for future studies SWEANA406A Writing skills for analytical or scientific reports SWELIS407A Listening and taking notes in presentations SWESPE408A Speaking and writing skills for presentations Certification Participants can choose to complete either individual units or the full certification. If students complete any of the individual units, then they can be awarded statements of attainment; and if all required units are completed, students will be awarded with a full qualification in Certificate IV in Spoken and Written English – Further Studies. These credentials are nationally recognised and accredited. Assessment methods: short answer questions, written essays, oral discussions/presentations. Learning Modes Full-time or part-time classes, including low-level bilingual classes Distance education for local students or students who are located overseas. Entry Requirements IELTS score of 5 (or accepted equivalent) OR completed Certificate III in Spoken and Written English 17 years old or above [-]