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Whether you are just starting, looking to change or furthering your career in early childhood education, aged care, disability or community services, Albury Wodonga Community College has a course to suit. The College also offers courses in English to those who have recently arrived in Australia or anyone interested in improving their written and spoken English skills.
If you are contemplating further study you are bound to have questions. Albury Wodonga Community College has a trained Customer Service Team that would love to help.
Phone: (02) 6043 8200
Complete the Student Application available located at the back of the Course Information Booklet.
Pre Training Interview
Contact Reception on 02 6043 8200 to arrange a pre-training review with the Department Coordinator. At the interview, you'll be assessed in relation to competencies, career goals and preferred learning strategies. You may also be required to undertake a supervised Language Literacy Numeracy (LLN) skill level assessment to help determine the training program most suitable.
You will then be required to attend a pre-training review, where you will receive a Statement of Fees outlining costs. This will be based on your eligibility category (Fee for Service, Skills First [Vic] or Smart and Skilled [NSW] or Concession). Training is delivered with Victorian or New South Wales and Commonwealth Government funding to eligible individuals.
Upon receiving an acceptance letter from the Department Coordinator, your enrolment will be finalised by paying the deposit as outlined in both the Course Information Booklet and the college's Terms and Conditions.
To claim funding, you must first meet the applicable eligibility criteria. View the link below to check your eligibility for New South Wales or Victorian funding.
How can I enrol into a nationally accredited course at AWCC?
Albury Wodonga Community College offers pre-enrolment information sessions for all nationally recognised training courses. These sessions are a great way to ask questions and meet with Department Coordinators and fellow students.
Information sessions for Albury Wodonga Community College Semester 1, 2018 are detailed in Course Information and Application booklets.
To book your place at an Information Session, or if you are unable to attend and want to arrange an appointment with the Department Co-ordinator, contact College Reception.
Phone: (02) 6043 8200
In the first instance, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 02 6043 8200. Our reception staff will direct your enquiry to the Enrolments Officer or the appropriate Department Coordinator.
You may need basic computer skills to complete some of our courses. You will need basic computer skills (use a mouse and keyboard and have basic typing skills).
If you have any problems with reading and writing, we can support you with language, literacy and numeracy issues during your course.
All resources are included in the course costs as per the Fee Schedule available via the VET Student Information tab on our website.
If you are a new or continuing student undertaking nationally recognised training, you need a USI in order to receive your qualification or statement of attainment. If you don’t have a USI you will not receive your qualification or statement of attainment.
Your USI will give you access to an online record of the training you have done since 1 January 2015. You will also be able to produce a comprehensive transcript of your training. This can be used when applying for a job, seeking a credit transfer or demonstrating pre-requisites when undertaking further training.
Click the link to access USI.GOV.AU to create a new USI or to retrieve your forgotten USI.
Each College course has a Coordinator who will support you throughout your entire course and learning experience. Each course also has various Trainers/Assessors delivering your course. AWCC works to engage the best possible educators to enhance your learning experience. All our staff are highly qualified and meet the legislative requirements for Registered Training Organisations. During your pre-enrolment interview the Coordinator will outline what support is available. There is further information relating more specifically to your selected course at orientation
The full cost of our accredited courses is detailed on our Schedule of Fees.
Students may pay their fees and charges in person by cash, cheque, electronic fund transfer, debit card or credit card by attending any of Albury Wodonga Community College’s campus locations during business hours. Albury Wodonga Community College only accepts payment by credit card using VISA or MasterCard.
Alternatively, students may make payment over the phone using a credit card by calling during business hours on 02 6043 8200
Each course has a mandatory deposit which must be paid prior to orientation day. However, if a student is unable to pay their full fees upfront prior to course commencement, they must enter into a deferred payment arrangement during the enrolment process. Please discuss this with our reception staff.
The Victorian ‘Skills First’ and New South Wales ‘Smart and Skilled’ programs provide respective government subsidised training in vocational training course to eligible individuals.
As outlined within the relevant Training Package, students are issued* with a certificate for a full qualification once all units of competency have been achieved. If all units have not been achieved, a Statement of Attainment is issued to recognised those units attained. Certificates are issued within 30 days of successful course completion.
* Certificates will not be issued until all course fees and charges are paid
Our Student Handbook contains important pre-enrolment information including College policies and procedures and the rights and responsibilities of students who are considering enrolment in a nationally recognised training course offered by Albury Wodonga Community College RTO ID 3732.
Are you eligible for a government subsidised training place? The Victorian 'Skills First' and New South Wales 'Smart and Skilled' programs provide respective government subsidised training in vocational training courses to eligible individuals.
You may check your eligibility status by accessing the state funding eligibility estimators below. However, it should be noted that these online eligibility checks provide a general outcome based on minimum information input.
The full criteria provided by you at the time of your pre-enrolment interview will accurately determine if you are eligible for either Victorian or New South Wales funding.