Pacific College of Technology

Introduction

Pacific College of Technology is an award-winning registered provider of vocational education and training, offering courses in Accounting, Business, Management and Information Technology. By completing a diploma/ advanced diploma with us, students open up a pathway to enter into most universities in Australia and are well prepared for real-life work.

Top 10 reasons to choose Pacific College of Technology

  1. The college is ASQA approved and CRICOS registered.
  2. All our courses follow the Australian Qualifications Framework and meet AQTF standards.
  3. We have highly qualified and supportive staff to help you smoothly transition to studying in Sydney.
  4. We offer a very competitive pricing structure.
  5. You can transfer credit earned at Pacific College of Technology to university.
  6. The college has flexible class timings (evenings and weekends are available).
  7. Courses at Pacific College of Technology provide you with the right skills and knowledge to succeed in a dynamic work environment.
  8. Our teaching staff provides hands-on, practical training in a high-tech and innovative environment.
  9. There is a good range of selected courses to suit your needs.
  10. The college is conveniently located right next to Auburn Train Station in the heart of Sydney, Australia.

Hands-on, practical training

We focus on the practical skills you need to be able to perform in your chosen career. We give you a solid grounding in theory, then teach you how to apply it to real-world business situation.

Recognised by Australian universities

All our courses are government approved, so they are recognised by Australian universities and colleges. By taking a diploma (or above) with Pacific College of Technology, you may receive credit towards a Bachelor's degree program.

Prepare for university

We'll help you prepare for further education at an Australian university by teaching you vital academic skills like essay, report and assignment writing, researching, referencing and critical analysis.

An enjoyable learning experience

You'll enjoy your time in Australia with our relaxed and friendly campus atmosphere. Plus, we'll help you have fun by sponsoring activities like trips to Sydney attractions, barbeques and sports tournaments.

About Sydney

The College is located in Auburn, which is approximately 20 km from Sydney’s CBD. The college is situated 2 minutes walk from the Auburn Railway Station, which allows students the opportunity to enjoy convenient transport facilities, nearby shopping centres, markets, restaurants and entertainment. Sydney provides one of the best environments for unique learning and social experiences.

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Programs

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Diploma

Diploma of Accounting

Campus Full time 18 months January 2017 Australia Sydney

This qualification is intended for people who are working and/or wishing to work in the professional accounting job roles in financial services and other industries. [+]

This qualification is intended for people who are working and/or wishing to work in the professional accounting job roles in financial services and other industries. Entry Requirements The requirements for entry into this qualification are: The students must be over 18 years of age, The students must have a successful completion of Australian Year 12 or equivalent. Completion of FNS40611 Certificate IV in Accounting is the preferred pathway for entry into this qualification. English Language Proficiency Requirements Primary evidence: In order to be offered a place at Pacific College, the overseas student must demonstrate the evidence of one of the following tests: IELTS 5.5* TOEFL iBT 46 PTE Academic 42 Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) 47 OET Pass TOEFL PBT 527 Alternative evidence: The overseas student who has scored below the minimum required score in the tests mentioned above, he/she must have undertaken or agree in undertaking of English Language program (ELICOS) of at least 10 weeks. or The overseas student who has studied in Australia for as at least 6 months will be deemed to have required level of language proficiency provided the application is accompanied by a proof that he/she has duly completed Certificate IV or above qualification and the medium of instructions was English. or The on-shore student not having IELTS/TOEFL/ PTE Academic/Cambridge or ELICOS certificate may also satisfy the language requirement, if they can demonstrate ALTE Level 3 or above score in the test conducted by the College. Entry Pathways The admission to this program can be gained through following pathways: Qualification pathway This includes any qualification completed, as listed in the academic qualifications requirements below. Applicants with appropriate prior tertiary studies that satisfy part of the academic requirements of the course may be granted 'credit' and/or entry to the course with 'advanced standing'. Refer to Student Handbook for the details on Advanced Standing. Work Experience/Employment This includes any employment or workplace experience that applicant have had in the business administration sector or closely related sector. Note: applicant must provide copies of either a reference, pay slip or group certificate/summary. CVs and phone references are not accepted. Refer to Student Handbook for the details on RPL procedures. Course Outcomes This course aims to provide students with the knowledge, skills and attitude in Accounting accompanied by a broad range of relevant generic business and financial skills. This qualification is designed to reflect the role of employees who perform duties such as: Introducing and maintaining accounting systems Maintaining internal control systems Preparing financial statements for a reporting entity Preparing tax returns Reporting on business performance Managing small teams Developing business plans Preparing management accounting reports Course Units The FNS50210 Diploma of Accounting at Pacific College of Technology involves completion of total 18 units in two stages: Complete 9 core units from the FNS40611 Certificate IV in Accounting as entry requirements. And then progress onto second stage to study 9 Diploma Units comprising of 6 Core and 3 Electives. (Note: If a student has previously attained a completed FNS40611 Certificate IV in Accounting qualification, he/she can undertake this qualification directly from the second stage. Teaching and Assessment Method The teaching method includes theoretical concepts and classroom discussion with cases from different organisations. Students will be facilitated to develop skills and knowledge to fulfil the requirements for each competency units and their elements. All assessment of units of competence will be conducted in accordance with the assessment guidelines and competency standards of the officially endorsed Training Package for this qualification. The assessment, procedures and the criteria for judging performance will be made clear to, all participants enrolled in this course. Assessments will be conducted for each part of the training program, and the processes will be valid, reliable, fair and flexible. Assessment processes will cover the broad range of skills and knowledge needed to demonstrate competency and will integrate knowledge and skills with their practical application. Assessment processes will provide for the recognition of competencies no matter how, where or when they have been acquired. In general during this course, assessment involves students’ performance on range of criteria including class performance and presentation, oral and written test, demonstrations and other class works. Students will receive feedback upon the completion of the assessment process from relevant assessor. If students are not satisfied with the assessment result, they can appeal for reassessment according to the College reassessment policy and procedure (refer to the Student Handbook). Campus Location The campus is conveniently located in Auburn, which is approximately 20 km from Sydney CBD and is just 3 minutes walk from the Auburn Train Station. The street address is Level 1, 91-95 Rawson Street, Auburn NSW 2144. Local Environment and Facilities Australia is a multicultural country. A large number of international students come to Australia to pursue their study annually. Our campus is situated in Sydney, one of the beautiful cities in the world. Sydney has renowned places to visits including beautiful Opera House, Harbour Bridge, and Bondi Beach. Our class consists of students from different countries of Asia, Africa and Europe. Classrooms are equipped with modern computers with latest equipments and high-speed Internet search facility. Other facilities include library with resource books and reference books, kitchen, etc. Our classes are small in size and our friendly lecturers focus on individual students needs during the learning process. Many lecturers use multimedia projectors or overhead projectors for visual aids during their classes. Computers are available in computer-labs for student use. Students can use these computers during their class hours to complete their assignments, or for Internet research. Assignments can be printed for a nominal charge or can be submitted to lecturers through e-mail. Cost associated to study in Australia The cost of receiving an education in Australia is fairly high, taking into account tuition fees, living costs, and international travel. Living cost always depends on individual students however, the Department of Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs advises students to have AU$18,610 per year. Therefore you have to make arrangements to ensure payment of costs incurred in Australia before making the move. Other Fees Course Application Fee: AU$150 Accommodation Placement Fee: AU$200 Airport Transfer Fee: AU$200 [-]

Diploma of Business Administration

Campus Full time 12 months January 2017 Australia Sydney

This course is designed for students wishing to develop skills and knowledge in planning, management, administration, payroll, maintaining a workgroup network, organisational and business records, [+]

This course is designed for students wishing to develop skills and knowledge in planning, management, administration, payroll, maintaining a workgroup network, organisational and business records, document design and development, managing human resources and coordinating teams or middle management in small, medium and large organisations. Entry Requirements Students seeking admission to this course must complete schooling of Year 12 or equivalent Australian degree. Mature age students (21 years and over) may be admitted into the Diploma and Certificate programs without formal academic qualifications. Students who have previously completed a Certificate III, Certificate IV or Diploma qualification in Australia do not need to provide school certificates. English Language Proficiency Requirements Primary evidence: In order to be offered a place at Pacific College, the overseas student must demonstrate the evidence of one of the following tests: IELTS 5.5* TOEFL iBT 46 PTE Academic 42 Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) 47 OET Pass TOEFL PBT 527 Alternative evidence: The overseas student who has scored below the minimum required score in the tests mentioned above, he/she must have undertaken or agree in undertaking of English Language program (ELICOS) of at least 10 weeks. or The overseas student who has studied in Australia for as at least 6 months will be deemed to have required level of language proficiency provided the application is accompanied by a proof that he/she has duly completed Certificate IV or above qualification and the medium of instructions was English. or The on-shore student not having IELTS/TOEFL/ PTE Academic/Cambridge or ELICOS certificate may also satisfy the language requirement, if they can demonstrate ALTE Level 3 or above score in the test conducted by the College. Entry Pathways The admission to this program can be gained through following pathways: Qualification pathway This includes any qualification completed, as listed in the academic qualifications requirements below. Applicants with appropriate prior tertiary studies that satisfy part of the academic requirements of the course may be granted 'credit' and/or entry to the course with 'advanced standing'. Refer to Student Handbook for the details on Advanced Standing. Work Experience/Employment This includes any employment or workplace experience that applicant have had in the business administration sector or closely related sector. Note: applicant must provide copies of either a reference, pay slip or group certificate/summary. CVs and phone references are not accepted. Refer to Student Handbook for the details on RPL procedures. Course Outcomes Upon successful completion of all units in this course, students are eligible for the Diploma of Business Administration. After completion of the Diploma, students may choose further studies in Management and Human Resource areas in other Colleges and Universities. Teaching and Assessment Method The teaching method includes theoretical concepts and classroom discussion with cases from different organisations. Students will be facilitated to develop skills and knowledge to fulfil the requirements for each competency units and their elements. All assessment of units of competence will be conducted in accordance with the assessment guidelines and competency standards of the officially endorsed Training Package for this qualification. The assessment, procedures and the criteria for judging performance will be made clear to, all participants enrolled in this course. Assessments will be conducted for each part of the training program, and the processes will be valid, reliable, fair and flexible. Assessment processes will cover the broad range of skills and knowledge needed to demonstrate competency and will integrate knowledge and skills with their practical application. Assessment processes will provide for the recognition of competencies no matter how, where or when they have been acquired. In general during this course, assessment involves students’ performance on range of criteria including class performance and presentation, oral and written test, demonstrations and other class works. Students will receive feedback upon the completion of the assessment process from relevant assessor. If students are not satisfied with the assessment result, they can appeal for reassessment according to the College reassessment policy and procedure (refer to the Student Handbook). Campus Location The campus is conveniently located in Auburn, which is approximately 20 km from Sydney CBD and is just 3 minutes walk from the Auburn Train Station. The street address is Level 1, 91-95 Rawson Street, Auburn NSW 2144. Local Environment and Facilities Australia is a multicultural country. A large number of international students come to Australia to pursue their study annually. Our campus is situated in Sydney, one of the beautiful cities in the world. Sydney has renowned places to visits including beautiful Opera House, Harbour Bridge, and Bondi Beach. Our class consists of students from different countries of Asia, Africa and Europe. Classrooms are equipped with modern computers with latest equipments and high-speed Internet search facility. Other facilities include library with resource books and reference books, kitchen, etc. Our classes are small in size and our friendly lecturers focus on individual students needs during the learning process. Many lecturers use multimedia projectors or overhead projectors for visual aids during their classes. Computers are available in computer-labs for student use. Students can use these computers during their class hours to complete their assignments, or for Internet research. Assignments can be printed for a nominal charge or can be submitted to lecturers through e-mail. Cost associated to study in Australia The cost of receiving an education in Australia is fairly high, taking into account tuition fees, living costs, and international travel. Living cost always depends on individual students however, the Department of Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs advises students to have AU$18,610 per year. Therefore you have to make arrangements to ensure payment of costs incurred in Australia before making the move. Other Fees Course Application Fee: AU$150 Accommodation Placement Fee: AU$200 Airport Transfer Fee: AU$200 [-]

Diploma of Information Technology Networking

Campus Full time 52 weeks January 2017 Australia Sydney

This qualification provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to manage, as an independent ICT specialist or as part of a team, the installation of a range of networks, including internetworking, security and e-business integration. [+]

This qualification provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to manage, as an independent ICT specialist or as part of a team, the installation of a range of networks, including internetworking, security and e-business integration. Upon successful completion of all units in this course, students are eligible for the Diploma of Information Technology Networking-ICT50415. Possible job titles relevant to this qualification include: network administrator IT administrator IT operations administrator network services administrator network support coordinator network operations analyst network security coordinator network e-business coordinator Pathways from the qualification: ICT60215 Advanced Diploma of Network Security, or a range of other ICT Advanced Diploma or Vocational Graduate Certificate qualifications, or other relevant higher education sector qualifications. Major study areas: Install & manage networks Internet infrastructure Project management Network design Business needs & technical requirements Entry Requirements Requirements for entry into this qualification are as follows: The students must be over 18 years of age, The students must have a successful completion of Australian Year 12 or equivalent. Preferred pathways for candidates considering this qualification include: After achieving ICT40415 Certificate IV in Information Technology Networking, or other relevant qualifications or units equivalent to the core of ICT40415 Or with demonstrated vocational experience in a range of work environments in senior network support roles, including administrator, operations analyst, technician, operations or support coordinator/technician English Language Proficiency Requirements Primary evidence: In order to be offered a place at Pacific College, the overseas student must demonstrate the evidence of one of the following tests: IELTS 5.5* TOEFL iBT 46 PTE Academic 42 Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) 47 OET Pass TOEFL PBT 527 Alternative evidence: The overseas student who has scored below the minimum required score in the tests mentioned above, he/she must have undertaken or agree in undertaking of English Language program (ELICOS) of at least 10 weeks. or The overseas student who has studied in Australia for as at least 6 months will be deemed to have required level of language proficiency provided the application is accompanied by a proof that he/she has duly completed Certificate IV or above qualification and the medium of instructions was English. or The on-shore student not having IELTS/TOEFL/ PTE Academic/Cambridge or ELICOS certificate may also satisfy the language requirement, if they can demonstrate ALTE Level 3 or above score in the test conducted by the College. Course Structure and Competency Units To attain ICT50415 Diploma of Information Technology Networking, the ICT Training Package requires students to complete 16 units of competency, comprising of five (5) core units and eleven (11) elective units as set out in packaging rules of ICT50415 Diploma of Information Technology Networking. There are no specified pre-requisite or entry requirements as set out by the training package. Teaching and Assessment Method The teaching method includes theoretical concepts and classroom discussion with cases from different organisations. Students will be facilitated to develop skills and knowledge to fulfil the requirements for each competency units and their elements. All assessment of units of competence will be conducted in accordance with the assessment guidelines and competency standards of the officially endorsed Training Package for this qualification. The assessment, procedures and the criteria for judging performance will be made clear to, all participants enrolled in this course. Assessments will be conducted for each part of the training program, and the processes will be valid, reliable, fair and flexible. Assessment processes will cover the broad range of skills and knowledge needed to demonstrate competency and will integrate knowledge and skills with their practical application. Assessment processes will provide for the recognition of competencies no matter how, where or when they have been acquired. In general during this course, assessment involves students’ performance on range of criteria including class performance and presentation, oral and written test, demonstrations and other class works. Students will receive feedback upon the completion of the assessment process from relevant assessor. If students are not satisfied with the assessment result, they can appeal for reassessment according to the College reassessment policy and procedure (refer to the Student Handbook). Campus Location The campus is conveniently located in Auburn, which is approximately 20 km from Sydney CBD and is just 3 minutes walk from the Auburn Train Station. The street address is Level 1, 91-95 Rawson Street, Auburn NSW 2144. Local Environment and Facilities Australia is a multicultural country. A large number of international students come to Australia to pursue their study annually. Our campus is situated in Sydney, one of the beautiful cities in the world. Sydney has renowned places to visits including beautiful Opera House, Harbour Bridge, and Bondi Beach. Our class consists of students from different countries of Asia, Africa and Europe. Classrooms are equipped with modern computers with latest equipments and high-speed Internet search facility. Other facilities include library with resource books and reference books, kitchen, etc. Our classes are small in size and our friendly lecturers focus on individual students needs during the learning process. Many lecturers use multimedia projectors or overhead projectors for visual aids during their classes. Computers are available in computer-labs for student use. Students can use these computers during their class hours to complete their assignments, or for Internet research. Assignments can be printed for a nominal charge or can be submitted to lecturers through e-mail. Cost associated to study in Australia The cost of receiving an education in Australia is fairly high, taking into account tuition fees, living costs, and international travel. Living cost always depends on individual students however, the Department of Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs advises students to have AU$18,610 per year. Therefore you have to make arrangements to ensure payment of costs incurred in Australia before making the move. Other Fees Course Application Fee: AU$150 Accommodation Placement Fee: AU$200 Airport Transfer Fee: AU$200 [-]

Advanced Diploma

Advanced Diploma of Accounting

Campus Full time 24 months January 2017 Australia Sydney

This course is intended for people who are working and/or wishing to work in the professional accounting job roles in financial services and other industries. [+]

This course is intended for people who are working and/or wishing to work in the professional accounting job roles in financial services and other industries. Students will learn to assist senior accountants and undertake duties in a wide range of manual and computer-based accounting functions, including tax planning, financial modeling, internal and external auditing, fi­nancial planning management, personal ­ financial planning and management of a team or department. The course also teaches you the communication and people skills necessary to present reports, to be aware of the rights and responsibilities of employers and employees and to manage a team effectively. Entry Requirements The requirements for entry into this course are: The students must be over 18 years of age, The students must have a successful completion of Australian Year 12 or equivalent. Completion of FNS50210 Diploma of Accounting is the preferred pathway for entry into this qualification. English Language Proficiency Requirements Primary evidence: In order to be offered a place at Pacific College, the overseas student must demonstrate the evidence of one of the following tests: IELTS 5.5* TOEFL iBT 46 PTE Academic 42 Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) 47 OET Pass TOEFL PBT 527 Alternative evidence: The overseas student who has scored below the minimum required score in the tests mentioned above, he/she must have undertaken or agree in undertaking of English Language program (ELICOS) of at least 10 weeks. or The overseas student who has studied in Australia for as at least 6 months will be deemed to have required level of language proficiency provided the application is accompanied by a proof that he/she has duly completed Certificate IV or above qualification and the medium of instructions was English. or The on-shore student not having IELTS/TOEFL/ PTE Academic/Cambridge or ELICOS certificate may also satisfy the language requirement, if they can demonstrate ALTE Level 3 or above score in the test conducted by the College. Course Outcomes This course aims to provide students with the knowledge, skills and attitude in Accounting accompanied by a broad range of relevant generic business and financial skills. This qualification is designed to reflect the role of employees who perform duties such as: Introducing and maintaining accounting systems Maintaining internal control systems Preparing financial statements for a reporting entity Preparing tax returns Reporting on business performance Managing small teams Developing business plans Preparing management accounting reports Upon successful completion of all units in this course, students are eligible for the Advanced Diploma of Accounting. After completion of the Advanced Diploma, students may choose further studies in Accounting at higher education level. Course Unit The FNS60210 Advanced Diploma of Accounting at the Pacific College of Technology involves completion of total 23 units in 2 stages: Complete 15 units as entry requirements which are core units from the FNS40611 Certificate IV in Accounting & FNS50210 Diploma of Accounting. And then progress onto second stage to study 8 Advanced Diploma Units comprising of 3 Core and 5 elective units. (Note: If a student has previously attained a completed FNS50210 Diploma of Accounting qualification, he/she can undertake this qualification directly from the second stage. Teaching and Assessment Method The teaching method includes theoretical concepts and classroom discussion with cases from different organisations. Students will be facilitated to develop skills and knowledge to fulfil the requirements for each competency units and their elements. All assessment of units of competence will be conducted in accordance with the assessment guidelines and competency standards of the officially endorsed Training Package for this qualification. The assessment, procedures and the criteria for judging performance will be made clear to, all participants enrolled in this course. Assessments will be conducted for each part of the training program, and the processes will be valid, reliable, fair and flexible. Assessment processes will cover the broad range of skills and knowledge needed to demonstrate competency and will integrate knowledge and skills with their practical application. Assessment processes will provide for the recognition of competencies no matter how, where or when they have been acquired. In general during this course, assessment involves students’ performance on range of criteria including class performance and presentation, oral and written test, demonstrations and other class works. Students will receive feedback upon the completion of the assessment process from relevant assessor. If students are not satisfied with the assessment result, they can appeal for reassessment according to the College reassessment policy and procedure (refer to the Student Handbook). Campus Location The campus is conveniently located in Auburn, which is approximately 20 km from Sydney CBD and is just 3 minutes walk from the Auburn Train Station. The street address is Level 1, 91-95 Rawson Street, Auburn NSW 2144. Local Environment and Facilities Australia is a multicultural country. A large number of international students come to Australia to pursue their study annually. Our campus is situated in Sydney, one of the beautiful cities in the world. Sydney has renowned places to visits including beautiful Opera House, Harbour Bridge, and Bondi Beach. Our class consists of students from different countries of Asia, Africa and Europe. Classrooms are equipped with modern computers with latest equipments and high-speed Internet search facility. Other facilities include library with resource books and reference books, kitchen, etc. Our classes are small in size and our friendly lecturers focus on individual students needs during the learning process. Many lecturers use multimedia projectors or overhead projectors for visual aids during their classes. Computers are available in computer-labs for student use. Students can use these computers during their class hours to complete their assignments, or for Internet research. Assignments can be printed for a nominal charge or can be submitted to lecturers through e-mail. Cost associated to study in Australia The cost of receiving an education in Australia is fairly high, taking into account tuition fees, living costs, and international travel. Living cost always depends on individual students however, the Department of Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs advises students to have AU$18,610 per year. Therefore you have to make arrangements to ensure payment of costs incurred in Australia before making the move. Other Fees Course Application Fee: AU$150 Accommodation Placement Fee: AU$200 Airport Transfer Fee: AU$200 [-]

Advanced Diploma of Management

Campus Full time 12 months January 2017 Australia Sydney

This course is designed for students wishing to develop skills and knowledge in planning, management, administration, payroll, maintaining a workgroup network, organizational and business records, [+]

This course is designed for students wishing to develop skills and knowledge in planning, management, administration, payroll, maintaining a workgroup network, organizational and business records, document design and development, managing human resources and coordinating teams or middle management in small, medium and large organisations. Entry Pathways The admission to this program can be gained through following pathways: Qualification pathway This includes any qualification completed, as listed in the academic qualifications requirements below. Applicants with appropriate prior tertiary studies that satisfy part of the academic requirements of the course may be granted 'credit' and/or entry to the course with 'advanced standing'. Refer to Student Handbook for the details on Advanced Standing. Work Experience/Employment This includes any employment or workplace experience that applicant have had in the business administration sector or closely related sector. Note: applicant must provide copies of either a reference, pay slip or group certificate/summary. CVs and phone references are not accepted. Refer to Student Handbook for the details on RPL procedures. Entry Requirements Local students must have a completed Year 12 or the interstate equivalent.[1] International students must have a successful completion of 12 years of schooling or equivalent to the Australia Higher School Certificate. [1] Mature age students (21 years and over) may be admitted into this program without formal academic qualifications provided that they have sufficient literacy and numeracy requirements. Students who have previously completed a Certificate IV or higher qualification in Australia do not need to provide school certificates. English Language Proficiency Requirements Primary evidence: In order to be offered a place at Pacific College, the overseas student must demonstrate the evidence of one of the following tests: IELTS 5.5* TOEFL iBT 46 PTE Academic 42 Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) 47 OET Pass TOEFL PBT 527 Alternative evidence: The overseas student who has scored below the minimum required score in the tests mentioned above, he/she must have undertaken or agree in undertaking of English Language program (ELICOS) of at least 10 weeks. or The overseas student who has studied in Australia for as at least 6 months will be deemed to have required level of language proficiency provided the application is accompanied by a proof that he/she has duly completed Certificate IV or above qualification and the medium of instructions was English. or The on-shore student not having IELTS/TOEFL/ PTE Academic/Cambridge or ELICOS certificate may also satisfy the language requirement, if they can demonstrate ALTE Level 3 or above score in the test conducted by the College. Course Outcomes Upon successful completion of all units in this course, students are eligible for the Advanced Diploma of Management. After completion of the Advanced Diploma, students may choose further studies in Management and Human Resource at higher education level. Teaching and Assessment Method The teaching method includes theoretical concepts and classroom discussion with cases from different organisations. Students will be facilitated to develop skills and knowledge to fulfil the requirements for each competency units and their elements. All assessment of units of competence will be conducted in accordance with the assessment guidelines and competency standards of the officially endorsed Training Package for this qualification. The assessment, procedures and the criteria for judging performance will be made clear to, all participants enrolled in this course. Assessments will be conducted for each part of the training program, and the processes will be valid, reliable, fair and flexible. Assessment processes will cover the broad range of skills and knowledge needed to demonstrate competency and will integrate knowledge and skills with their practical application. Assessment processes will provide for the recognition of competencies no matter how, where or when they have been acquired. In general during this course, assessment involves students’ performance on range of criteria including class performance and presentation, oral and written test, demonstrations and other class works. Students will receive feedback upon the completion of the assessment process from relevant assessor. If students are not satisfied with the assessment result, they can appeal for reassessment according to the College reassessment policy and procedure (refer to the Student Handbook). Campus Location The campus is conveniently located in Auburn, which is approximately 20 km from Sydney CBD and is just 3 minutes walk from the Auburn Train Station. The street address is Level 1, 91-95 Rawson Street, Auburn NSW 2144. Local Environment and Facilities Australia is a multicultural country. A large number of international students come to Australia to pursue their study annually. Our campus is situated in Sydney, one of the beautiful cities in the world. Sydney has renowned places to visits including beautiful Opera House, Harbour Bridge, and Bondi Beach. Our class consists of students from different countries of Asia, Africa and Europe. Classrooms are equipped with modern computers with latest equipments and high-speed Internet search facility. Other facilities include library with resource books and reference books, kitchen, etc. Our classes are small in size and our friendly lecturers focus on individual students needs during the learning process. Many lecturers use multimedia projectors or overhead projectors for visual aids during their classes. Computers are available in computer-labs for student use. Students can use these computers during their class hours to complete their assignments, or for Internet research. Assignments can be printed for a nominal charge or can be submitted to lecturers through e-mail. Cost associated to study in Australia The cost of receiving an education in Australia is fairly high, taking into account tuition fees, living costs, and international travel. Living cost always depends on individual students however, the Department of Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs advises students to have AU$18,610 per year. Therefore you have to make arrangements to ensure payment of costs incurred in Australia before making the move. Other Fees Course Application Fee: AU$150 Accommodation Placement Fee: AU$200 Airport Transfer Fee: AU$200 [-]

Advanced Diploma of Network Security

Campus Full time 52 weeks January 2017 Australia Sydney

This qualification provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to plan, design, manage and monitor an enterprise information and communications technology (ICT) network as an independent ICT specialist or as part of a team responsible for advanced ICT network security systems. [+]

This qualification provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to plan, design, manage and monitor an enterprise information and communications technology (ICT) network as an independent ICT specialist or as part of a team responsible for advanced ICT network security systems. The qualification has a high-level ICT technical base with appropriate security units and the ability to specialise in a number of areas, including voice, wireless, network infrastructure and sustainability. Upon successful completion of all units in this course, students are eligible for the Advanced Diploma of Network Security-ICT60215. Possible job titles relevant to this qualification include: e-security specialist ICT security specialist IT security administrator IT security analyst IT security specialist systems/network administrator network security analyst network security specialist network security administrator senior network administrator systems security analyst Pathways from the qualification: ICT Vocational Graduate Certificate qualifications or other higher education sector qualifications. Advanced standing will be offered but will vary from university to university. Major study areas: Install & manage networks Internet infrastructure Project management Network design Business needs & technical requirements Entry Requirements Requirements for entry into this qualification are as follows: The students must be over 18 years of age, The students must have a successful completion of Australian Year 12 or equivalent. Preferred pathways for candidates considering this qualification include: After achieving ICT50415 Diploma of Information Technology Networking, or other relevant qualifications or units equivalent to the core of ICT50415 Or With documented vocational experience in a range of work environments in senior network support roles, including administrator, operations analyst, technician, operations or support coordinator/technician. English Language Proficiency Requirements Primary evidence: In order to be offered a place at Pacific College, the overseas student must demonstrate the evidence of one of the following tests: IELTS 5.5* TOEFL iBT 46 PTE Academic 42 Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) 47 OET Pass TOEFL PBT 527 Alternative evidence: The overseas student who has scored below the minimum required score in the tests mentioned above, he/she must have undertaken or agree in undertaking of English Language program (ELICOS) of at least 10 weeks. or The overseas student who has studied in Australia for as at least 6 months will be deemed to have required level of language proficiency provided the application is accompanied by a proof that he/she has duly completed Certificate IV or above qualification and the medium of instructions was English. or The on-shore student not having IELTS/TOEFL/ PTE Academic/Cambridge or ELICOS certificate may also satisfy the language requirement, if they can demonstrate ALTE Level 3 or above score in the test conducted by the College. Course Structure and Competency Units To attain the ICT60215 Advanced Diploma of Network Security, the ICT Training Package requires students to complete 12 units comprising of five (5) core units and seven (7) elective units as set out in the packaging rules of ICT60215 Advanced Diploma of Network Security. There are no specified pre-requisite or entry requirements as set out by the training package. However, in order to achieve the intended course outcome and to align with direct enrolment practices into the qualification, Pacific College of Technology recommends that student with limited understanding of Information Technology, may wish to consider following the above mentioned “Preferred pathway” into this course. Teaching and Assessment Method The teaching method includes theoretical concepts and classroom discussion with cases from different organisations. Students will be facilitated to develop skills and knowledge to fulfil the requirements for each competency units and their elements. All assessment of units of competence will be conducted in accordance with the assessment guidelines and competency standards of the officially endorsed Training Package for this qualification. The assessment, procedures and the criteria for judging performance will be made clear to, all participants enrolled in this course. Assessments will be conducted for each part of the training program, and the processes will be valid, reliable, fair and flexible. Assessment processes will cover the broad range of skills and knowledge needed to demonstrate competency and will integrate knowledge and skills with their practical application. Assessment processes will provide for the recognition of competencies no matter how, where or when they have been acquired. In general during this course, assessment involves students’ performance on range of criteria including class performance and presentation, oral and written test, demonstrations and other class works. Students will receive feedback upon the completion of the assessment process from relevant assessor. If students are not satisfied with the assessment result, they can appeal for reassessment according to the College reassessment policy and procedure (refer to the Student Handbook). Campus Location The campus is conveniently located in Auburn, which is approximately 20 km from Sydney CBD and is just 3 minutes walk from the Auburn Train Station. The street address is Level 1, 91-95 Rawson Street, Auburn NSW 2144. Local Environment and Facilities Australia is a multicultural country. A large number of international students come to Australia to pursue their study annually. Our campus is situated in Sydney, one of the beautiful cities in the world. Sydney has renowned places to visits including beautiful Opera House, Harbour Bridge, and Bondi Beach. Our class consists of students from different countries of Asia, Africa and Europe. Classrooms are equipped with modern computers with latest equipments and high-speed Internet search facility. Other facilities include library with resource books and reference books, kitchen, etc. Our classes are small in size and our friendly lecturers focus on individual students needs during the learning process. Many lecturers use multimedia projectors or overhead projectors for visual aids during their classes. Computers are available in computer-labs for student use. Students can use these computers during their class hours to complete their assignments, or for Internet research. Assignments can be printed for a nominal charge or can be submitted to lecturers through e-mail. Cost associated to study in Australia The cost of receiving an education in Australia is fairly high, taking into account tuition fees, living costs, and international travel. Living cost always depends on individual students however, the Department of Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs advises students to have AU$18,610 per year. Therefore you have to make arrangements to ensure payment of costs incurred in Australia before making the move. Other Fees Course Application Fee: AU$150 Accommodation Placement Fee: AU$200 Airport Transfer Fee: AU$200 [-]

Certificate

Certificate in Accounting

Campus Full time 12 months January 2017 Australia Sydney

This qualification reflects accounting job roles in financial services and other industries requiring accounting support functions. [+]

This qualification reflects accounting job roles in financial services and other industries requiring accounting support functions. The target groups for this qualification are people who require knowledge and skills to work in the financial services and accounting field. This group may include: local and international students, employees who require skills in financial services. The primary pathway from this qualification is employment in accounting job roles. A further learning pathway utilizing qualifications such as Diploma of Accounting would support career progression. Entry Requirements The requirements for entry into this qualification are: The students must be over 18 years of age, The students must have a successful completion of Australian Year 12 or equivalent. English Language Proficiency Requirements Primary evidence: In order to be offered a place at Pacific College, the overseas student must demonstrate the evidence of one of the following tests: IELTS 5.5* TOEFL iBT 46 PTE Academic 42 Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) 47 OET Pass TOEFL PBT 527 Alternative evidence: The overseas student who has scored below the minimum required score in the tests mentioned above, he/she must have undertaken or agree in undertaking of English Language program (ELICOS) of at least 10 weeks. or The overseas student who has studied in Australia for as at least 6 months will be deemed to have required level of language proficiency provided the application is accompanied by a proof that he/she has duly completed Certificate IV or above qualification and the medium of instructions was English. or The on-shore student not having IELTS/TOEFL/ PTE Academic/Cambridge or ELICOS certificate may also satisfy the language requirement, if they can demonstrate ALTE Level 3 or above score in the test conducted by the College. Course Outcomes This course aims to provide students with the knowledge, skills and attitude in Accounting accompanied by a broad range of relevant generic business and financial skills. This qualification is designed to reflect the role of employees who perform duties such as: Introducing and maintaining accounting systems Maintaining internal control systems Preparing financial statements for a reporting entity Preparing BAS statements Reporting on business performance Preparing management accounting reports Upon successful completion of all units in this course, students are eligible for the Certificate IV in Accounting. After completion of this course, students may choose further studies in Accounting. Course Units Certificate IV in Accounting involves completion of 13 units of competency comprising 9 ‘core units’ and 4 ‘elective’ units. Teaching and Assessment Method The teaching method includes theoretical concepts and classroom discussion with cases from different organisations. Students will be facilitated to develop skills and knowledge to fulfil the requirements for each competency units and their elements. All assessment of units of competence will be conducted in accordance with the assessment guidelines and competency standards of the officially endorsed Training Package for this qualification. The assessment, procedures and the criteria for judging performance will be made clear to, all participants enrolled in this course. Assessments will be conducted for each part of the training program, and the processes will be valid, reliable, fair and flexible. Assessment processes will cover the broad range of skills and knowledge needed to demonstrate competency and will integrate knowledge and skills with their practical application. Assessment processes will provide for the recognition of competencies no matter how, where or when they have been acquired. In general during this course, assessment involves students’ performance on range of criteria including class performance and presentation, oral and written test, demonstrations and other class works. Students will receive feedback upon the completion of the assessment process from relevant assessor. If students are not satisfied with the assessment result, they can appeal for reassessment according to the College reassessment policy and procedure (refer to the Student Handbook). Campus Location The campus is conveniently located in Auburn, which is approximately 20 km from Sydney CBD and is just 3 minutes walk from the Auburn Train Station. The street address is Level 1, 91-95 Rawson Street, Auburn NSW 2144. Local Environment and Facilities Australia is a multicultural country. A large number of international students come to Australia to pursue their study annually. Our campus is situated in Sydney, one of the beautiful cities in the world. Sydney has renowned places to visits including beautiful Opera House, Harbour Bridge, and Bondi Beach. Our class consists of students from different countries of Asia, Africa and Europe. Classrooms are equipped with modern computers with latest equipments and high-speed Internet search facility. Other facilities include library with resource books and reference books, kitchen, etc. Our classes are small in size and our friendly lecturers focus on individual students needs during the learning process. Many lecturers use multimedia projectors or overhead projectors for visual aids during their classes. Computers are available in computer-labs for student use. Students can use these computers during their class hours to complete their assignments, or for Internet research. Assignments can be printed for a nominal charge or can be submitted to lecturers through e-mail. Cost associated to study in Australia The cost of receiving an education in Australia is fairly high, taking into account tuition fees, living costs, and international travel. Living cost always depends on individual students however, the Department of Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs advises students to have AU$18,610 per year. Therefore you have to make arrangements to ensure payment of costs incurred in Australia before making the move. Other Fees Course Application Fee: AU$150 Accommodation Placement Fee: AU$200 Airport Transfer Fee: AU$200 [-]

Certificate in Business Administration

Campus Full time 6 months January 2017 Australia Sydney

This course aims to provide students with the knowledge, skills and attitude in business administration accompanied by a broad range of relevant generic business skills to undertake the following roles: [+]

Course Outcomes This course aims to provide students with the knowledge, skills and attitude in business administration accompanied by a broad range of relevant generic business skills to undertake the following roles: Executive Personal Assistant Office Administrator Project Assistant Entry Requirements Students seeking admission to this course must complete schooling of Year 12 or equivalent Australian degree. Mature age students (21 years and over) may be admitted into the Diploma and Certificate programs without formal academic qualifications. Students who have previously completed a Certificate III, Certificate IV or Diploma qualification in Australia do not need to provide school certificates. English Language Proficiency Requirements Primary evidence: In order to be offered a place at Pacific College, the overseas student must demonstrate the evidence of one of the following tests: IELTS 5.5* TOEFL iBT 46 PTE Academic 42 Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) 47 OET Pass TOEFL PBT 527 Alternative evidence: The overseas student who has scored below the minimum required score in the tests mentioned above, he/she must have undertaken or agree in undertaking of English Language program (ELICOS) of at least 10 weeks. or The overseas student who has studied in Australia for as at least 6 months will be deemed to have required level of language proficiency provided the application is accompanied by a proof that he/she has duly completed Certificate IV or above qualification and the medium of instructions was English. or The on-shore student not having IELTS/TOEFL/ PTE Academic/Cambridge or ELICOS certificate may also satisfy the language requirement, if they can demonstrate ALTE Level 3 or above score in the test conducted by the College. Teaching and Assessment Method The teaching method includes theoretical concepts and classroom discussion with cases from different organisations. Students will be facilitated to develop skills and knowledge to fulfil the requirements for each competency units and their elements. All assessment of units of competence will be conducted in accordance with the assessment guidelines and competency standards of the officially endorsed Training Package for this qualification. The assessment, procedures and the criteria for judging performance will be made clear to, all participants enrolled in this course. Assessments will be conducted for each part of the training program, and the processes will be valid, reliable, fair and flexible. Assessment processes will cover the broad range of skills and knowledge needed to demonstrate competency and will integrate knowledge and skills with their practical application. Assessment processes will provide for the recognition of competencies no matter how, where or when they have been acquired. In general during this course, assessment involves students’ performance on range of criteria including class performance and presentation, oral and written test, demonstrations and other class works. Students will receive feedback upon the completion of the assessment process from relevant assessor. If students are not satisfied with the assessment result, they can appeal for reassessment according to the College reassessment policy and procedure (refer to the Student Handbook). Campus Location The campus is conveniently located in Auburn, which is approximately 20 km from Sydney CBD and is just 3 minutes walk from the Auburn Train Station. The street address is Level 1, 91-95 Rawson Street, Auburn NSW 2144. Local Environment and Facilities Australia is a multicultural country. A large number of international students come to Australia to pursue their study annually. Our campus is situated in Sydney, one of the beautiful cities in the world. Sydney has renowned places to visits including beautiful Opera House, Harbour Bridge, and Bondi Beach. Our class consists of students from different countries of Asia, Africa and Europe. Classrooms are equipped with modern computers with latest equipments and high-speed Internet search facility. Other facilities include library with resource books and reference books, kitchen, etc. Our classes are small in size and our friendly lecturers focus on individual students needs during the learning process. Many lecturers use multimedia projectors or overhead projectors for visual aids during their classes. Computers are available in computer-labs for student use. Students can use these computers during their class hours to complete their assignments, or for Internet research. Assignments can be printed for a nominal charge or can be submitted to lecturers through e-mail. Cost associated to study in Australia The cost of receiving an education in Australia is fairly high, taking into account tuition fees, living costs, and international travel. Living cost always depends on individual students however, the Department of Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs advises students to have AU$18,610 per year. Therefore you have to make arrangements to ensure payment of costs incurred in Australia before making the move. Other Fees Course Application Fee: AU$150 Accommodation Placement Fee: AU$200 Airport Transfer Fee: AU$200 [-]

Certificate in Information Technology Networking

Campus Full time 52 weeks January 2017 Australia Sydney

This qualification provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to install and manage small scale networks, either as an independent network support technician or as part of a team. [+]

This qualification provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to install and manage small scale networks, either as an independent network support technician or as part of a team. Upon successful completion of all units in this course, students are eligible for the Certificate IV in Information Technology Networking-ICT40415. Possible job titles relevant to this qualification include: network support network operations support network operations technician network technician network support technician Pathways from the qualification: ICT50415 Diploma of Information Technology Networking or a range of other ICT Diploma qualifications. Major study areas: Install & manage networks and servers Internet infrastructure Project management Network design Business needs & technical requirements Entry Requirements Requirements for entry into this qualification are as follows: The students must be over 18 years of age, The students must have a successful completion of Australian Year 12 or equivalent. Preferred pathways for candidates considering this qualification include: After achieving ICT30115 Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology, or other relevant qualifications or units equivalent to the core of ICT30115 OR With demonstrated vocational experience in a range of work environments in a network support role, including administrator, manager, operations analyst, operations, engineer/technician, or technician. English Language Proficiency Requirements Primary evidence: In order to be offered a place at Pacific College, the overseas student must demonstrate the evidence of one of the following tests: IELTS 5.5* TOEFL iBT 46 PTE Academic 42 Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) 47 OET Pass TOEFL PBT 527 Alternative evidence: The overseas student who has scored below the minimum required score in the tests mentioned above, he/she must have undertaken or agree in undertaking of English Language program (ELICOS) of at least 10 weeks. or The overseas student who has studied in Australia for as at least 6 months will be deemed to have required level of language proficiency provided the application is accompanied by a proof that he/she has duly completed Certificate IV or above qualification and the medium of instructions was English. or The on-shore student not having IELTS/TOEFL/ PTE Academic/Cambridge or ELICOS certificate may also satisfy the language requirement, if they can demonstrate ALTE Level 3 or above score in the test conducted by the College. Course Structure and Competency Units To attain the ICT40415 Certificate IV in Information Technology Networking, the packaging rules require students to complete 17 units comprising eight (8) core units and nine (9) elective units. According to the packaging rules, there are no specified entry requirements or pre-requisites for this course. Teaching and Assessment Method The teaching method includes theoretical concepts and classroom discussion with cases from different organisations. Students will be facilitated to develop skills and knowledge to fulfil the requirements for each competency units and their elements. All assessment of units of competence will be conducted in accordance with the assessment guidelines and competency standards of the officially endorsed Training Package for this qualification. The assessment, procedures and the criteria for judging performance will be made clear to, all participants enrolled in this course. Assessments will be conducted for each part of the training program, and the processes will be valid, reliable, fair and flexible. Assessment processes will cover the broad range of skills and knowledge needed to demonstrate competency and will integrate knowledge and skills with their practical application. Assessment processes will provide for the recognition of competencies no matter how, where or when they have been acquired. In general during this course, assessment involves students’ performance on range of criteria including class performance and presentation, oral and written test, demonstrations and other class works. Students will receive feedback upon the completion of the assessment process from relevant assessor. If students are not satisfied with the assessment result, they can appeal for reassessment according to the College reassessment policy and procedure (refer to the Student Handbook). Campus Location The campus is conveniently located in Auburn, which is approximately 20 km from Sydney CBD and is just 3 minutes walk from the Auburn Train Station. The street address is Level 1, 91-95 Rawson Street, Auburn NSW 2144. Local Environment and Facilities Australia is a multicultural country. A large number of international students come to Australia to pursue their study annually. Our campus is situated in Sydney, one of the beautiful cities in the world. Sydney has renowned places to visits including beautiful Opera House, Harbour Bridge, and Bondi Beach. Our class consists of students from different countries of Asia, Africa and Europe. Classrooms are equipped with modern computers with latest equipments and high-speed Internet search facility. Other facilities include library with resource books and reference books, kitchen, etc. Our classes are small in size and our friendly lecturers focus on individual students needs during the learning process. Many lecturers use multimedia projectors or overhead projectors for visual aids during their classes. Computers are available in computer-labs for student use. Students can use these computers during their class hours to complete their assignments, or for Internet research. Assignments can be printed for a nominal charge or can be submitted to lecturers through e-mail. Cost associated to study in Australia The cost of receiving an education in Australia is fairly high, taking into account tuition fees, living costs, and international travel. Living cost always depends on individual students however, the Department of Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs advises students to have AU$18,610 per year. Therefore you have to make arrangements to ensure payment of costs incurred in Australia before making the move. Other Fees Course Application Fee: AU$150 Accommodation Placement Fee: AU$200 Airport Transfer Fee: AU$200 [-]