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Pre Enrolment Information

To help make an informed enrolment decision, students are required to attend a pre-enrolment consultation session provided by either a Reach-authorised Education Agent and/or a Reach staff representative from the College to gain a comprehensive understanding of their intended course of study before completing a Student Enrolment Application Form.

Step 1 - Pre-Enrolment Information

To help prospective students make an informed enrolment decision before enrolling in a qualification with Reach Community College, students are required to attend a pre-enrolment consultation session provided by either an authorised Reach Education Agent and/or a Reach staff representative from the college.

During this Pre-Enrolment Consultation session, students will receive comprehensive, transparent, accurate, and complete information relevant to their desired course of study. This information is provided prior to completing and signing the Enrolment Application form and is designed to assist students in making a formal decision that aligns with their existing skills and competencies, as well as their individual needs.

Before signing any documents, students will receive a Pre-Enrolment Consultation Checklist along with supporting marketing materials, such as the student handbook, pre-enrolment information slides, and course outlines. This checklist ensures that students understand their intended course of study, the college’s support services, and their obligations as international students. They must acknowledge that they have a clear understanding of their intended course of study before proceeding. This information includes, but is not limited to:

  • Intake dates
  • The VET and CRICOS information of the college
  • Entry requirements on training.gov.au and our website (i.e., academic requirements, language proficiency requirements, employment requirements, financial requirements, etc.)
  • Course information on training.gov.au and our website (i.e., fees, duration, delivery mode, location, equipment, unpaid work placement, practical training locations if applicable, and other arrangements related to your application)
  • Information about training and assessment
  • Policies and procedures on course progress/attendance, assessment, and student conduct rules, etc. (including complaints and appeals)
  • Information about the support services available to students in the college
  • Visa conditions

 

A Pre-Enrolment Consultation session is provided to a prospective student one or more times to give the student additional time and/or information to make an informed decision. In addition, the communication channels used for conducting Pre-Enrolment Consultation sessions can be various, such as face-to-face, video conference, telephone call, or email.

The college will only confirm the intake of a qualification when it meets the minimum number of applications. Students will receive a Letter of Offer in the proposed intake when the minimum number of applications is met. If the minimum number of applications is not met, a student will be advised of the following proposed intake.

International students must ensure that they have read the Pre-Enrolment Consultation Checklist available here to help them prepare for the Pre-enrolment consultation session.

Step 2 - Complete the Enrolment Application

Students will be required to complete and submit their Enrolment Application Form with supporting documents to the Reach Enrolment Team or their Education Agent, who will forward on to our Enrolment Team.