How to Apply for a Vocational Course
Thank you for your interest in studying with Eva Burrows College, the national learning centre for The Salvation Army Australia and a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) for over 25 years. You will find all the relevant course information, including enrolment intake dates, entry requirements, course delivery and fees in the Course Information Brochure available for each course offered here.
Follow the steps below, once you are ready to apply;
1. Contact Us
If you are interested in applying for a vocational course email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will email you the Online Enrolment Application during the enrolment intake period.
2. Complete the Online Enrolment Application
An Online Enrolment Application will then be sent to you during the next enrolment intake period for the course of interest. Complete the Online Enrolment Application and upload the requested information including;
- A Unique Student Identifier (USI). Applying for a USI is cost free. It is a requirement of the federal government that when you enrol in a nationally accredited vocational training program a USI is recorded on your application. Apply for a USI at usi.gov.au.
- To ensure that you are enrolled in the most suitable and appropriate course a pre-enrolment evaluation will be completed during the Online Enrolment Application.
3. We'll be in Contact
Your enrolment application will be reviewed, and you will be advised of the outcome via email which will include an invoice for Course Fees.
4. Finalise Your Application
Confirm you wish to proceed with your enrolment. For payment options, refer to the invoice forwarded to you via email or contact the Course Coordinator to discuss payment options. Note that enrolment is not confirmed until course fees have been paid.
5. Begin Your Study
When the enrolment process is complete, a final confirmation of your enrolment will be emailed to you and we will:
- Advise you of the Trainer/Assessor who will support you through your studies and answer any queries regarding the course content or assessments.
- Provide you with a login to the Booth Online Portal via a separate email with instructions on how to access the portal.
- Start your learning journey with access to the interactive online orientation, available via Student Central.
What else might you consider during the enrolment process?
Competency is the consistent application of knowledge and skill to the standard of performance required in the workplace. As this is a competency-based course, the assessments will involve the demonstration of skill, knowledge and the ability to work consistently to the standards required. The assessment tasks may include questioning, case studies, third party feedback or workplace projects.
Course Fees and Subsidies
Course Fees and subsidies available vary across courses with some of our courses subsidised by either State or Federal Governments. Please refer to Course Fees and Subsidies to learn more about the current course fees and subsidies available.
All vocational courses require a number of units to be successfully completed. To learn more about specific learning requirements and the delivery of these units refer to the specific course information.
In addition to the completion of units, some of our courses require a certain number of hours of work placement, work experience or pastoral supervision. Please refer to the specific course to learn if any additional prerequisites are required.
A credit transfer provides automatic credit for units you have already completed in an accredited course with another training provider. There is no charge for credit transfers, and your course fees will be reduced if you are eligible. Please discuss this with the Course Coordinator when you enrol.
For many of our courses there are no entry requirements however it is important you refer to the specific course information for entry requirements. Also, to ensure you are enrolled in the most suitable and appropriate course of study all applicants will be required to complete a pre-enrolment evaluation, as part of the Online Enrolment Application.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
If you believe you have the skills and knowledge in some or all of the units, or you already hold a similar qualification and are looking to upgrade, then you may wish to consider Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).
Recognition for modules/units may be granted based on previous learning, studies, work and/or life experiences. RPL is available to all learners and the RPL application process should start upon application, and preferably be completed before you begin your studies. RPL information and fees are available on application. Please discuss this with the Course Coordinator when you enrol.
Our courses are open to anyone living in Australia. They are not available to any residents living outside of Australia. The eligibility of students will be confirmed during the enrolment process.
Thanks for choosing our college for your vocational training and we look forward to assisting you with your application and your studies here at the national learning centre of The Salvation Army Australia, Eva Burrows College.
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Eva Burrows College Vocational Training is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO Code 0328). The College is registered with the Australian Skills Quality Authority ASQA as a Registered Training Organisation under the National Vocational Education and Training Regulator Act 2011 delivering accredited vocational courses. Visit VET Quality Framework Audit Information for more information.