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Workshop Programs 

Our workshops are run from our training room located at 4/84 William Street, Melbourne, VIC 3000.

Please contact our office on 1300 400 346 or info@integrity.edu.au - places are limited so enrol NOW to secure a place!

Worksop applications are accepted up to 2 weeks prior to workshop commencement. Applications received after this date may be considered, however it is important to note that students are expected to prepare for each class and 2 weeks allows for all administration and recommended pre-reading to be completed. Please call our office if you would like to discuss your specific situation further.

Workshops are subject to changed and be cancelled if minimum numbers are not met.

August (VIC) -  Saturday Workshop 

                               Practice of Self-Managed Superannuation Funds (SMSF)  -  DAY 1 4th August
                               Practice of Self-Managed Superannuation Funds (SMSF)  -  DAY 2 18th August
 

 

 

Course Entry Requirements

Minimum requirements

  • At least 18 years of age at the time of enrolment.
  • Access to a computer and internet connection.
  • Computer skills, as detailed below.
  • Meet the required levels in Language, Literacy & numeracy, as explained below.
     

Language, Literacy & Numeracy Requirements

This course requires you to read comprehensive learner guides, complete a range of written assessments, undertake independent research activities and at times engage in online forums and discussions.

All learners will undertake a language, literacy and numeracy skills assessment prior to the course commencement. This assessment will highlight if you require any additional support in these areas.

 

Skill requirements

To successfully complete this course, learners will require basic computing skills. This may include:

  • saving and editing Microsoft Office documents
  • researching, accessing and searching the internet
  • downloading and saving documents from websites
  • uploading documents through websites

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) / Credit Transfers (CT)

Credit Transfer (CT)

Integrity Education recognises all previously attained current qualifications and/or statements of attainment issued by another RTO or University.  If you have previously studied and successfully obtained a unit of competency that is contained in one of Integrity Educations courses you will be awarded with a credit transfer.

How do I apply?

To apply for Credit transfer please complete the relevant credit transfer form and attach a certified copy of your transcript/s. Please submit to info@integrity.edu.au. All applications for credit transfer are processed within 5 working days.

Fees

Integrity Education does not charge any fee for credit transfers.

 

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

Through the RPL process, Integrity will recognise the skills and knowledge of learners that have been gained through relevant work experience and past study.   With learners’ diverse backgrounds, sufficient experience and expertise attained in the industry, this may exempt learners from completing the standard course requirements. 

 

Applicants for RPL must provide evidence that demonstrates current industry knowledge and skills gained through work experience, current and past study against each unit of competency embedded in the qualification.

 

How do I apply?

Integrity have developed a seamless approach to the RPL process, this process puts the learner at the forefront of the process and you will be provided with direction and support throughout.

 

Step 1

To apply for RPL, complete the Self-Assessment tool for your chosen qualification provided to your via email from one of our Course Advisors. Once you have completed this, scan and email to us at info@integrity.edu.au.

Step 2

An informal conversation is held between you and an Integrity Assessor, this conversation will help determine if you are a suitable candidate for RPL and will briefly outline the process. Once completed, the next step is to enrol via the website and continue with the RPL process.

Step 3

Once you have enrolled, The RPL Assessment Kit for your chosen qualification will be made available to you.   Read through the RPL Kit and make notes for discussion with your allocated Integrity Assessor. Your Assessor will discuss the RPL process, evidence requirements, set timelines for the Competency Conversation and answer any questions you may have. 

Step 4

At this step you will be gathering your paper/online based evidence and complete the relevant sections of the Kit.  Once completed, the Kit and required evidence can be uploaded into your student portal.

Step 5

Your Assessor will then contact you to conduct a telephone / skype interview – also known as a Competency Conversation, to discuss your evidence and to ask questions that will be used to fill any identified gaps.  This conversation will take place at a time that is agreeable to you and the Assessor.

Step 6

The assessment decision is made, with the following possible outcomes.

I.             RPL - Competent – will be recorded for each unit you successfully achieve through the RPL process, if you meet all the units in the qualification then your Certificate and unit transcript will be issued within 10 working days to your nominated address.

II.            RPL – Not Yet Competent – GAP Training or Assessment Only Pathways will be offered to help you fill the identified gaps in your skills and knowledge, depending on availability of places, this can be achieved by workshop attendance for Victorian residents or online.

 

Fees

The fee for RPL are included in our statement of fees.  Please click here