Enrolments

Enrolments

To enquire about enrolment, simply call the Academy on: (08) 9321 0168 or E-mail to: admin@ahea.wa.edu.au

Entry Requirements

  • You must have completed year 10 or equivalent or be considered a mature aged student.
  • Students usually must be 18 years or older to enrol in courses at AHEA. However, in some circumstances, exceptions can be made for students enrolling in early childhood courses following a pre-enrolment interview and assessment. Contact the academy to discuss this.
  • All applicants must also complete a literacy and numeracy assessment at AHEA.

 

Enrolment Information

Enrolment ProcedureAttend the pre study orientation / enrolment meeting that the Australian Higher Education Academy will schedule prior to commencement of studies. Students will be provided with information that will assist them in determining the suitability of the chosen course and ability to successfully compete their studies to achieve competency.
Course ContentThe Australian Higher Education Academy will provide training and assessment that leads to the achievement of competency in the qualification enrolled in.
The course duration and timing will be discussed during the pre-enrolment interview.
Fees and Refund PolicyThe Australian Higher Education Academy will only enrol students who have paid the required course fees in accordance with the agreed plan.
In the case of early withdrawal from the course prior to the census date, a 100% refund less administration fees will apply. Where withdrawal from the course is after the census date no refund will apply.
Language Literacy and NumeracyAll students who advise the Australian Higher Education Academy’s staff of their special learning needs will be provided with the appropriate support and guidance with the aim of assisting the student to obtain competency in the course undertaken. This assistance provided by The Australian Higher Education Academy Staff will be within the principles of fairness and flexibility of workplace assessment and will be offered in a discrete manner.
Welfare and GuidanceAll students experiencing any difficulty or concerns about their training experience should make contact with the lecturer or the Australian Higher Education Academy’s Management where a range of solutions may be confidentially discussed and provided.
Complaints and Appeals The complaints and appeals policy of the Australian Higher Education Academy provide an avenue for students to address their complaints and appeals to the Australian Higher Education Academy’s Management and have them dealt with in a constructive and timely manner. The appeals process is outlined on notice boards in the office and kitchen areas and is also provided on the student laboratory computers.
Disciplinary ProceduresStudents who are unruly, offensive or conduct themselves in a disrespectful manner toward the Australian Higher Education Academy’s staff or fellow students will be offered one warning to desist their behaviour, after which continued behavior will result in their enrolment being cancelled. Plagiarism will not be tolerated and if identified may result in revocation of certification following the award of any qualification issuance.
Access and EquityThe Australian Higher Education Academy is committed to providing training and assessment services to all clients regardless of race religion sex socio-economic status, disability, language, literacy or numeracy.
Student RecordsAll students have timely access to current and accurate records of their participation. Students seeking advice concerning their course participation should in the first instance contact the Australian Higher Education Academy’s reception.
Legislative ComplianceThe Australian Higher Education Academy’s Management and staff conducts periodic reviews to ensure that it is compliant with all state and federal legislative requirements for Australian Higher Education Academy’s including but not limited to OH&S, Harassment, Discrimination, Equal Opportunity and Vocational Education and training legislation. Enrolled students may request access to Legislation via their designated Trainer / Assessor.
National Recognition The Australian Higher Education Academy recognises qualifications and statements of attainment issued by other Registered Training Organisation under the Australian Qualifications Framework.
Please note that the Australian Higher Education Academy will verify with issuing bodies any documents presented to it for recognition.
Recognition of Prior LearningRecognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is offered to all students enrolling in the Australian Higher Education Academy. Where sufficient documentation is provided the Australian Higher Education Academy will also provide credit transfer to enrolling students. The Australian Higher Education Academy recognises all current competencies held by students regardless of how, where or when these competencies were learned. If a student would like to pursue RPL they can apply at enrolment.
Please note that the Australian Higher Education Academy will verify with issuing bodies any documents presented to it for recognition.