Practical and industry-focused
Our trainers always ensure that their syllabus is created with up-to-date, relevant knowledge of their industry. They are well-versed in current developments and updates and are always revising and enhancing their curriculum to ensure they are delivering a fresh and applicable programme. They continually work alongside industry specialists and consult with them to ensure their subject is totally up to date business courses in Melbourne .
Along with this, any core units or electives are also geared towards business and are industry-specific. They will always include not just theoretical, but practical elements, so that students can feel empowered through experiential learning. Our business courses in Melbourne are specifically developed towards your finish line. We keep things relevant for your future industry, your career ambitions, or future education opportunities.
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How we teach
Trainers at Australian Academy are always chosen for their wealth of experience in their specialist industry. They are approachable, encouraging and supportive to all our students. Each trainer ensures that their course content is fully updated and fresh, so that student learning is fully relevant in real-life scenarios. Every trainer will also use only the best quality resources, both physical and digital, to make sure that every learner can fully connect with their learning experience.
How you’ll learn
Our campus in central Melbourne is home to all of our courses. With 20 students per class, classrooms are the beating heart of our college. Theoretical lectures and practical classes are delivered for at least 15 hours face to face and 5 hours online per week. Student participation is warmly encouraged, and we pride ourselves on creating a classroom environment that actively welcomes questions and queries, as well as the sharing of opinions. We offer opportunities for students to show their knowledge through practical activities, to take part in presentations as well as working with others to feel part of a team.
We believe in assessment that mimics the real scenario that students will face when they enter their chosen career. Therefore we ensure our assessment process is not only practical and interactive, but that they meet with their trainer for face-to-face assessment. They will be appraised on their individual research and reading tasks, simulated activities (based on real-work scenarios), interpersonal interactions as well as their Learner Resource Workbooks. A formative and summative assessment task will be the final check to measure learning and success.
Unique student identifier (USI)
Before a student first enrols at Australian Academy, they must have a USI (Unique Student Identifier). This will allow Certificates, Statements of Attainment, or Transcripts to be awarded upon completion of the course. If more information or support is required, contact Student Administration on +61 3 9642 1667 or visit www.usi.gov.au
Plagiarism is not tolerated in any form. If any work is submitted that demonstrated evidence of collusion, cheating or plagiarism, a written warning will be issued to the student. The unit will have to be repeated and charges may also be incurred as a result of this. If a second instance of plagiarism is discovered, the student may be given a suspension or expulsion from Australian Academy, as stated in the college plagiarism policy.
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The Australian Qualification Framework
What is the AQF?
|AQF LEVEL||SUMMARY||QUALIFICATION TYPE|
|Senior Secondary Certificate of Education||Graduates of a Senior Secondary Certificate of Education qualifies individuals with knowledge, skills and values for diverse pathways to further learning, work and effective participation in civic life.||Senior Secondary Certificate of Education|
|level 1||Graduates at this level will have knowledge and skills for initial work, community involvement and/or further learning||Certificate I|
|level 2||Graduates at this level will have knowledge and skills for work in a defined context and/or further learning||Certificate II|
|level 3||Graduates at this level will have theoretical and practical knowledge and skills for work and/or further learning||Certificate III|
|level 4||Graduates at this level will have theoretical and practical knowledge and skills for specialised and/or skilled work and/or further learning||Certificate IV|
|level 5||Graduates at this level will have specialised knowledge and skills for skilled and/or paraprofessional work and/or further learning||Diploma|
|level 6||Graduates at this level will have broad knowledge and skills for paraprofessional and/or highly skilled work and/or further learning||Advanced Diploma
|level 7||Graduates at this level will have broad and coherent knowledge and skills for professional work and/or further learning||Bachelor Degree|
|level 8||Graduates at this level will have advanced knowledge and skills for professional highly skilled work and/or further learning||Bachelor Honours Degree
|level 9||Graduates at this level will have specialised knowledge and skills for research, and/or professional practice and/or further learning||Masters Degree (Research)
Masters Degree (Extended)
|level 10||Graduates at this level will have systematic and critical understanding of a complex field of learning and specialised research skills for the advancement of learning and/or for professional practice||Doctoral Degree|