The Enrolment Process (VET – Local Students)
Outlined below is each step of the enrolment process so that you can check what you'll need and what to do next:
Select from hundreds of courses online or sit with an Education and Career Advisor who will work with you to craft your own unique learning and career journey. Have a question? Click the Enquire Now button on the course page and book a one-on-one appointment or provide your details and we’ll get in touch.
Click the Apply Now button on the course page or contact us via phone (03 9269 8400) or email ua.ud1505899040e.cin1505899040hcety1505899040lopen1505899040ruobl1505899040em@se1505899040sruoc1505899040 to get your e-Form application started. Once you complete and submit your e-Form online, you’ll need to attend one of our seven campus enrolment centres, an Information & Enrolment Session or a Skills & Jobs Centre to complete your enrolment in person, online booking system. In most cases, this is an informal discussion around your creative practice, technical skills, what you hope to gain from study and includes presentation of a folio of work, demonstrating your ideas, skill or ability.
Place in Course Offered
For those courses that require an interview or audition, teaching staff will contact you afterwards with either an offer of a place in the course or advise that your application was unsuccessful. If unsuccessful, further guidance or alternative course options will be provided.
You’ll need to meet certain Government requirements, such as undertaking a Literacy & Numeracy Assessment and registering a Unique Student Identifier (USI). Find out more about USIs at www.usi.gov.au.
We do a final confirmation of your study plan, and book your place in the course (pending payment).
Here’s where we review and record your ID, Citizenship/Residency and if applicable, Concession status. Find out more about Concession cards at www.humanservices.gov.au/customer/services/centrelink/health-care-card
Fees & Payment
We’ll run through course fees, payment options, Government VET Student Loan eligibility and finalise enrolment by completing fee payment. Get an indication of your eligibility for a VET Student Loan through the Victorian Government website
What To Bring (VET – Local Students)
Do you have everything you need to enrol? Don't miss out on securing your spot in a course because of missing documents! Use the list below to make sure you've got all your paperwork on hand:
– See your reference number and course name. Make sure you complete this before booking in to finalise your enrolment.
Proof of Citizenship/Residency
– Green Medicare card or current Australian Passport or Australian Birth Certificate or Naturalisation Certificate
Proof of Age
– Current Driver Licence or Passport or KeyPass ID
Concession Card (if applicable)
– Current Centrelink Health Care or Disability or Pension Card. Find out more about Concession cards
Tax File Number and Year 12 Certificate of Completion or Certificate of Completion for Certificate IV or Above (if applicable)
– If applying for a VET Student Loan (formerly VET FEE-HELP)
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) Documentation (if applicable)
– Transcripts from other study
Depending on your study option there may be other requirements that need to be met prior to enrolment. Attend an Information & Enrolment Session or book an appointment at one of our Skills & Jobs Centres ) to get a full list of what you'll need to do or documents you'll need to provide.
Where To Enrol (VET – Local Students)
Information & Enrolment Sessions
Meet the teachers, talk with one of our Education and Career Advisors or (at some sessions) enrol on the spot. Find out about course outcomes, study pathways and Industry contacts that can lead to your dream career.
Register to attend using our online registration form – there are usually multiple times and venues available depending on your field of study.
Book a One-On-One Appointment
Make a booking online for a one-on-one appointment with an Education and Career Advisor at key retail centres across Melbourne. Appointments are available during and after business hours throughout the week, and we’re open on weekends too.
We’ll discuss course options with you, help you meet any government requirements, see if you’re eligible for funding, then finalise your enrolment so that you’re all set for study.
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Last Modified: 16th May 2017