Booroongen Djugun Limited College is a registered training organisation and have a range of courses on offer.
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To ensure an appropriate learning experience, students may be required to demonstrate previous qualification attainment and/or workplace experience. Some qualifications may also require:
- Successful completion of a Foundation Skills assessment
- Moderate level of computer literacy
- National Police Check, Working with Children Check
LANGUAGE, LITERACY AND NUMERACY (LLN) REQUIREMENTS
Booroongen Djugun College (BDC) recognises how important your LLN skills are when it comes to effectively participating in any course of study. In accordance with the Standards for RTOs 2015, BDC will assess your level of LLN skills before you start your course, using an online LLN test – LLN Robot. Your LLN test results will be measured against the LLN requirements of the course or courses you propose to study with BDC.
We realise that not all students have the skills to complete their course without help. BDC is committed to identifying any gaps in LLN and offer assistance in areas where students need it.
Our LLN strategy takes into account reasonable adjustment to our processes.
About the online LLN tests
With some qualifications you will need to successfully complete the online LLN test. On completion of your Expression of Interest, you will be sent an invitation to complete the LLN quiz. You only need to complete the LLN test once but if you’re returning to studies at BDC after a long break, you may need to complete the LLN test again.
The LLN test will evaluate your level of ability in five core skills as per the Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF).
4. Oral communication
Test questions will range from drag and drop, re-ordering items, point and click, multiple choice, text entry and basic calculations.
The purpose of the LLN test is to ensure that you have the basic skills required to complete your studies and succeed in the workplace. The test will also give BDC a clear picture of your current level of language, literacy and numeracy skills so we can support you in your studies.
If you need help initiating your online LLN test, please contact the College on 02 6560 2000.
A student may be entitled to gain unit of competency credits or recognition of prior learning if what they have learnt from other qualifications, life experience or training on-the-job, is relevant to the course. Booroongen Djugun College recognises the AQF qualifications and statements of attainment issued by other registered training organisations.
Please contact the College for further information.
Course costs and Payment options vary and will be discussed with the applicant at enrolment. Booroongen Djugun College accepts credit card, direct debit and/or payment plan options.
On enrolment, there is a non refundable fee of $300 and should you withdraw from the course an administration fee of $150 is payable. This fee is not relevant to VET Student Loans students.
At this time, there are no fees for course materials and other incidentals.
Payment can be made by Electronic Funds Transfer, in person or over the phone via credit or debit card at our College – phone 02 6560 2000.
Smart and Skilled is a New South Wales (NSW) government funding incentive for those trying to gain new skills needed to find a job or advance their careers.
As a prospective student, course costs are an important factor when deciding what to study and where. Smart and Skilled provides eligible students with an entitlement to government subsidised training on qualifications up to and including Certificate III level. There is also government funding available on higher level qualifications in areas of priority including Aeroskills, Sustainability, Government studies, Advertising and more. There are hundreds of eligible qualifications!
Choosing to study through the Smart & Skilled program also means you are guaranteed to receive quality training under the Smart & Skilled guidelines.
For students, this is assuring because your chosen provider is obliged to deliver the course accordingly and at a very high level of quality and compliance.
For further information go to: Smart and Skilled NSW
Government Funding to support you during your study
Booroongen Djugun College is an approved course provider for VET Student Loans. This means we offer students important support in financing their studies. Booroongen Djugun College students can access the VET Student Loans loan scheme for approved courses, provided they satisfy all eligibility criteria.
Booroongen Djugun College courses approved for VET Student Loans:
- BSB50420 Diploma of Leadership and Management
- CHC52015 Diploma of Community Services
Eligibility is determined upon set criteria, determined by the Commonwealth Government. To be an eligible, students must meet ALL of these criteria as outlined in the VET Student Loan Student Information Booklet as follows:
- be an Australian citizen, or a New Zealand Special Category Visa (SCV) holder who meets the long-term residency requirements, or a permanent humanitarian visa holder.
- not have exceeded the FEE HELP limit.
- be enrolled with an approved course provider in an approved qualification.
- be studying the approved qualification primarily at a campus in Australia.
- meet the Tax File Number (TFN) requirements.
- have a Unique Student Identifier (USI) or are otherwise exempt.
- have read the VET Student Loans information booklet.
- have provided the required documents to Booroongen Djugun College and submitted the loan application form by the first census day no less than two business days after enrolling.
Before a student can access a VET Student Loan, Booroongen Djugun College must also determine if they have the ability to undertake the qualification. To be assessed as academically suitable, students must either:
- provide a Australian Year 12 Certificate, or
- provide evidence of successful completion of an Australian Qualifications Framework Certificate IV or higher qualification (where the language of instruction is English), or
- display competence at Exit Level 3 in the Australian Core Skills Framework in both reading and numeracy through an approved Language, Literacy and Numeracy indicator.
In addition, Booroongen Djugun College must reasonably believe the student will be able to successfully complete the qualification.
Please note: VET student loans will not be approved for students who do not meet eligibility requirement.
For further information, documents and policies for VET Student Loans, please click here
Course List and Information
|AHC CONSERVATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT|
|AHC21020- Certificate II in Conservation and Ecosystem Management||Certificate II in Conservation and Ecosystem Management||$4,000|
|BSB BUSINESS SERVICES|
|BSB20120- Certificate II in Workplace Skills||Certificate II in Workplace Skills||$3,300|
|BSB30120- Certificate III in Business||Certificate III in Business||$4,000|
|BSB40320- Certificate IV in Entrepreneurship and New Business||Certificate IV in Entrepreneurship and New Business||$4,600|
|CHC COMMUNITY SERVICES|
|CHC32015- Certificate III in Community Services||Certificate III in Community Services||$4,500|
|CHC43315- Certificate IV in Mental Health||Certificate IV in Mental Health ||$6,000|