Student Handbook Schedule of Fees
Who can I contact for course information?
In the first instance, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 02 6043 8200. Our reception staff will direct your enquiry to the the Enrolments Officer or the appropriate Department Coordinator.
You will need basic to moderate computer skills to complete our courses. You will need basic computer skills (use a mouse and keyboard and have basic typing skills). You must also have the ability and knowledge to email documents with attachments, complete word documents and use the internet to research/locate information.
If you have any problems with reading and writing, we can support you with language, literacy and numeracy issues during your course.
You will need secure computer access with internet connection to complete your course. If you don't have one at home there are public computers available in libraries and there is computer access available on-site at AWCC for student use. All resources are included in the course costs as per the Fee Schedule available via the VET Student Information tab on our website.
Do I need a Unique Student Identifier (USI)?
If you are a new or continuing student undertaking nationally recognised training, you need a USI in order to receive your qualification or statement of attainment. If you don't have a USI you will not receive your qualification or statement of attainment.
Your USI will give you access to an online record of the training you have done since 1 January 2015. You will also be able to produce a comprehensive transcript of your training. This can be used when applying for a job, seeking a credit transfer or demonstrating pre-requisites when undertaking further training.
Access to government site to create a new USI or to retrieve your forgotten USI.
What if I need additional support?
Each course has a Department Coordinator who will support you throughout your entire course and learning experience. Each course also has various Trainers/Assessors delivering your course. AWCC works to engage the best possible educators to enhance your learning experience. All our staff are highly qualified and meet the legislative requirements for Registered Training Organisations. During your pre-enrolment interview the Department Coordinator will outline what support is available. There is further information relating more specifically to your selected course at orientation
How do I pay for the course?
The full cost of our accredited courses is detailed on our Schedule of Fees (see yellow button above).
Students may pay their fees and charges in person by cash, cheque, electronic fund transfer, debit card or credit card by attending any of Albury Wodonga Community College’s campus locations during business hours. Albury Wodonga Community College only accepts payment by credit card using VISA or MasterCard.
Alternatively, students may make payment over the phone using a credit card by calling during business hours on 02 6043 8200
Each course has a mandatory deposit which must be paid prior to orientation day. However, if a student is unable to pay their full fees upfront prior to course commencement, they must enter into a deferred payment arrangement during the enrolment process. Please discuss this with our reception staff.
Am I eligible for a government subsidised training place?
The Victorian 'Skills First' and New South Wales ' Smart and Skilled' programs provide respective government subsidised training in vocational training course to eligible individuals.
Access to Eligibility Checks
Do I get a Certificate?
As outlined within the relevant Training Package, students are issued* with a certificate for a full qualification once all units of competency have been achieved. If all units have not been achieved, a Statement of Attainment is issued to recognised those units attained. Certificates are issued within 30 days of successful course completion.
* Ceritificates will not be issued until all course fees and charges are paid