FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is the minimum score to validate a unit?
There are no specific scores to achieve you will be competent or not yet competent. You will then be able to retake the assesment if you are Not Yet Competent.
What are the prerequisites to study at Ausinet?
To enrol in our course you will need to have Australian Year 11 or equivalent and IELTS overall score of 5.5.
How does Ausinet compare with other training schools?
Our courses have been developed by industry experts with more than 20 years experience in the field. We are a highly specialised training organisation and we only provide Electro technology courses. We also put an emphasis on professional experience and practical training so you can be ready when you are in the field. Our trainers are regularly going on site to stay updated with the latest industry requirements.
Can I pay by installments?
Yes you can, please contact us so we can work out a payment plan for you.
How much work is required to be done from home?
You can do the theory from home.
When should I attend classes?
You should attend classes at least 2 days a week.
What percentage is done online and what percentage of the course is required to be done in class?
You can do the theory from home which is about 50% of the course.
What happens if I cannot finish the course? Will I get my certificate?
If you don’t pass all the units, you will get a statement of attainment for the units you have completed but you won’t get a certificate.
What are the student visa conditions?
You must continue to meet the requirements for your visa. This includes :
- staying enrolled in a registered course
- comply with mandatory attendance requirements throughout the course
- continue to have financial capacity to support yourself and your study
- maintain health insurance (OSHC) for the duration of your stay
- comply with work regulations
What is the application process?
- Take our Free online maths test to see if you are eligible for the course
- Submit your application : Fill and sign International student application form Fill and sign Application assessment form GTEDocuments to provide : Passport (photo ID page) Evidence of English language level (IELTS 5.5 or equivalent) PTE 42, Cambridge 162, TOEFL 46 or school can decide if they are exempt or provide their own english test Relevant education transcripts, certificates/testamurs or professional qualifications Resume/Curriculum Vitae Evidence of financial capacity – offshore applicant Copy of current Australian Visa – onshore applicant Proof of OSHC – onshore applicant (copy of insurance card or receipt of payment)
- Get your letter of offer : Once your application has been processed by our admission team, you will receive notice of the outcome. If you are accepted into the course the following document, will be made to you: Letter of Enrolment Offer and Student Acceptance Agreement will be sent to you and will include the following information : Name, course, commencement date and duration of the course for which you are offered a place Tuition fees and other costs Invoice for tuition fees and other costs The Letter of Offer will note any conditions of enrolment that need to be met prior to commencing your course of study.
- Accept letter of offer and send payment receipt Fill and sign Letter of Enrolment Offer and Student Acceptance Agreement Send a copy of receipt of payment of fees
- Get your Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) When you have accepted your letter of offer, paid your initial invoice and arranged your OSHC you will receive a Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE). With your Confirmation of Enrolment you can proceed to apply for your Australian Student Visa.
- Apply for your visa Once approved send a copy of your Australian Visa grant letter to us. We will confirm the date of your orientation and training timetable. Once your student visa has been granted, you can arrange travel to Australia to commence your course of study.
- Start your course!