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Shafston International College

국     가 : 호주 지     역 : Queensland
전화번호 : +61 (7) 3249 4111 팩스번호 :
주     소 : 46 Thorn Street Kangaroo Point Brisbane, Queensland 4169 Australia
홈페이지 : http://shafston.edu/courses/english

학교정보 | Introduce

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학교설명 HISTORY

Completed in 1851, Shafston House is one of the earliest surviving houses in Brisbane and a landmark to the people of the city. It is the third oldest house in Queensland, after Newstead House built in 1846 and Bulimba House built between 1849 and 1850.

The story of Shafston begins when construction started on a single story cottage known as Ravenscott, built by a clergyman, the Reverend Robert Creyke. In 1852 Henry Stuart Russell, a prominent grazier and Member of Parliament, purchased the property as a home for his family. Russell made significant changes to the building and renamed it Shafston House after the birthplace of his wife who was from Shafston, Jamaica in the West Indies.

Queensland is famous for being the most liveable state in Australia. It is also home to Shafston's three unique campuses.
For over sixty years Shafston House continued as a family home and during that time further alterations were made including the porch, bay windows, verandas and the attic. Many prominent citizens of Brisbane lived at Shafston House. These included the Hon. Louise Hope who introduced the growing of sugar cane to Australia, the Hon. Gilbert Elliot the first Speaker of the Queensland Parliament and a number of other solicitors and doctors.

In 1915 the property was leased to the Creche and Kindergarten Association as a teacher training centre and this is when Shafston House first began use as an educational institution. The first Kindergarten Training College in Queensland operated there until 1918.



Following the end of World War I, there was a shortage of hospitals to accommodate totally and permanently incapacitated servicemen. The Australian Government acquired the property and several outbuildings associated with the repatriation hospital were constructed, including an open-air ward in 1919 (now a Library) and the orderlies’ quarters in 1928 (now a Student Activity Centre). The Property was renamed ANZAC Hostel and is well known for this development and application during both the 1st and 2nd World Wars. Anzac Hostel received its first patients on 19 July 1920 and functioned as a repatriation hospital until 1969. In 1937 the East Brisbane Postal Depot was constructed for the Postmaster General’s Department in the southwest corner of the property (now Classrooms).

In 1969 ANZAC Hostel was closed and the Royal Australian Air Force used Shafston House as their Brisbane City Headquarters until 1987. The main house was used as an administrative headquarters and mess and as offices for the RAAF police. A Movement Control Centre was established in the ward block (now Library); the headquarters of the Queensland Air Training Corps was located in the former kitchen block (now teachers resource and copy room); the RAAF Public Relations and Photographic Section was accommodated in the former postal depot (now classrooms); and the former orderlies building (Student Activity Centre) had been converted into a tavern.

In 1978 the cultural heritage significance of Shafston House was recognised by its inclusion in the Commonwealth Register of the National Estate and in the 1980s conservation work was carried out on the main house.

Shafston House returned to its former use as an educational campus and was restored to its former glory and grandeur in 1995 with the establishment of Shafston International College. Overseas students enrolled to take advantage of this unique and picturesque campus and since that time over 60,000 students have walked the halls of Shafston studying English, Business, Information Technology, Hospitality and more. Students continue to enrol at Shafston from more than 40 countries and this has offered considerable benefits to the local community both economically and culturally. Still to this day, the property Shafston House plays an important role in the society and culture of Brisbane and Queensland.
학교특징 WHY CHOOSE SHAFSTON

Where else in Australia (or the world) can you study in a truly unique riverfront campus, with the lifestyle and 5 star facilities you would expect at a major university? Only at Shafston!

The Shafston Top 10

Unique riverfront location based in the heart of Brisbane city
A proven academic system that breeds successful students
Supportive, highly qualified and experienced teachers
Vibrant, cosmopolitan, college lifestyle
On-campus, 5 star student accommodation
Full time on-campus student travel centre
Two great restaurants
Excellent facilities including several computer labs with on-site IT support staff
100% face-to-face Teaching and Assessment (no "self study" in scheduled class time)
Shafston offers one of the widest range of programs in Australia including preparation classes for all the major English exam systems and a range of highly sought-after Diploma programs
Watch Video: 10 Reasons to Study At Shafston

For Higher Education/Diploma Students
Professional Development
Shafston is committed to the Professional development of our teaching team. We regularly hold in-house professional development sessions. In addition we regularly invite leading educators in the field to "teach the teacher" new and innovative teaching methodologies.

Shafston's Alumni Group
All graduating students from Shafston, are eligible to register for membership. By staying in touch with Shafston we will keep you informed about professional development, networking opportunities and other student achievements within your faculty. Shafston's Alumni Group allows for greater opportunity for networking and one-to-one contact with graduates from your area.

For English Language Students
In addition to the above...

Multilingual Staff and Teachers
Here at Shafston we have many staff members who speak several languages including Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Thai, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Italian, Albanian, Dutch, Hungarian, German, Danish, Arabic, Yoruba (Africa) and of course, English! Our Team members can help in just about any language.

Shafston's Teachers
The quality of the teacher is very important. All teachers at Shafston have a post-graduate qualification in English teaching AND lengthy experience in the classroom. Shafston teachers are committed to providing quality instruction and are dedicated to making sure each student reaches his or her true potential. Student feedback is taken very seriously and ensures high teaching standards are maintained. Two teachers are assigned to any one class. This ensures a continuity of teaching and also allows students to experience different teaching styles. Students can request a "one on one" student/teacher conference to get private practical advice on their learning experience.

English Proficiency Testing - On the first day and prior to arrival
Prior to your arrival at Shafston we can send you a test that will accurately assess your current level of English. This is a good way of determining how long you should aim to study. It is also useful for students planning to take exam preparation programs such as the Cambridge Certificates. Please ask us to send a pre-entry test to you.

On your first day at Shafston you will undertake orientation followed by testing in all core skills to ensure you are placed in the class that matches your level of English.

Graduation
At the completion of your course you will be awarded with an English Studies Certificate outlining the course/s you undertook and the level of proficiency you have reached. This is time for celebration. We make sure your last day is fun and rewarding!
도시설명 브리즈번은 퀸즐랜드 주의 주도이며 호주에서 3번째로 큰 도시이다. 원주민어로 미안진(Mian-Jin)이라고도 하며 뿔 모양의 뾰족한 장소라는 의미로 불렸다. 브리즈번이라는 이름은 뉴사우스웨일즈의 주지사였던 토마스 브리즈번이 이름을 따서 지었졌다.

18세기 유럽인들의 탐험으로 세상에 알려졌으며, 호주 내 다른 지역에 비해 기후가 따뜻하고 특히 브리즈번 강 주변의 토양이 비옥하여 농업이 발달하였고, 19세기부터 대량 이주가 시작되었다. 19세기 뉴사우스웨일스 주의 인구급증으로 분리, 독립하면서 상공업도시로 발전을 거듭하였다. 제2차 세계 대전 당시 전략적 요충지였으며, 현재는 호주의 새로운 성장동력으로 입지를 굳혀가고 있다.
학교시설 BRISBANE CAMPUS

Brisbane, with a population approaching two million people, is the state capital and is the heart of Queensland’s commerce and industry. It is Australia’s third largest city and is well known for its clean streets, parks and waterways. It is a safe city which welcomes visitors. It is multicultural and many ethnic communities have made Brisbane their home.

As the state capital, Brisbane is the heart of south-east Queensland. People from throughout Australia and the rest of the world have identified the opportunities provided by the city in relation to education, business, recreation and lifestyle. In a fast growing city there are readily available opportunities to get a job and work to support oneself while studying.

The expansive riverside campus is located in the exclusive riverside suburb of Kangaroo Point. It has beautifully landscaped and maintained lawns and gardens and provides a peaceful inner-city environment for learning.


At the centre is the magnificent heritage listed Shafston House which was built in 1851. This true campus environment is a distinctive feature of the College and provides students with an opportunity to relax outside the classrooms in the sunshine, enjoying the great Queensland weather.
Also located at this campus are Shafston University Mansions, a twelve-storey tower where visitors will find Cafe Renoir, main lobby and reception areas, three levels of classrooms, offices and other academic facilities. There are also nine levels of on-campus accommodation for up to 352 students in either private, twin share or dormitory style rooms.

Other facilities available to students and staff at this campus include a library and student resource centre, as well as multiple computer labs with free internet. Free wireless internet is available to students throughout the campus.

The Shafston Fitness Centre is located on the 4th floor and includes a range of cardio equipment, resistance machines and free weights.
기후조건 브리즈번은 쾨펜의 기후 구분에서 온난 습윤 기후(Cfa)에 속하며, 여름은 습도가 높고 더우며 겨울은 건조하고 온화한 기후이다. 11월부터 3 월까지는 비가 많고 때때로 폭우와 바람이 동반되기도 한다. 브리즈번에서 기록된 최고 기온은 1940년 1월 26일 43.2 °C이다. 또한 2007년 7월 19일 브리즈번 공항에서 처음으로 영하로 내려가고 -0.1 °C를 기록했다. 2009년 8월 24일, 겨울은 가장 기온이 높은 35.4 °C를 기록했다. 가장 많은 강수를 기록한 날은 1887년 1월 21일, 465mm를 기록했고, 이 기록은 호주의 수도에서도 최대 기록이다.

프로그램 | PROGRAM

General English
General English prepares students for the kind of English they will need in everyday situations. Class programs are designed to effectively develop communication skills and fluency in speaking, listening, reading, writing and grammar (core skills). Our teaching styles encourage interactive language use so you will have many opportunities to practise the skills you are learning.

In the morning, classes intensively focus on core skills.

In the afternoon classes at Beginner to Pre-Intermediate levels focus on Speaking, Listening and Pronunciation. Students at these levels are given extra help to improve their spoken English and comprehension quickly and effectively. Afternoon classes for Intermediate to Advanced level students consist of a range of afternoon electives which allow students to concentrate on a particular area of need. We offer only focused intensive electives, not unproductive 'activities', 'self access' or 'videos'. We include activities such as these for free, after class in our Clubs program.

Afternoon electives are only available at the Brisbane Campus.

Sample Homework
Are you a risk-taker? (from text book)
Language summary in text book
Project: Prepare interviews for Friday
Prepare writing exercise from text book for next Tuesday
Language summary in text book; Grammar check up
Afternoon Clubs
Cooking Club
Music Club
Pronunciation Club
Sports Club
Film Club
IELTS Preparation
The Academic English program is a full-time IELTS test preparation course for students at intermediate level or above. This program thoroughly prepares the student for all aspects of the IELTS examination – reading, writing, listening and speaking.

A specific IELTS (International English Language Testing System) score is now required by many Australian and British universities and colleges as a qualification for entry into a formal program. It is a comprehensive test of English language proficiency designed to assess the ability of non-native speakers. It is highly recommended for those who need to use English in an Academic or Professional context.

The College has IELTS preparation classes ranging from a foundation IELTS course, at Intermediate level, through to and including Advanced level IELTS examination classes.

The program consists of sixteen modules of work, each with a particular functional grammar and topic area focus. The purpose of this is to expose students to a wide range of language, which is logically and cohesively organised. Within this format the following skills are taught and practised:

Academic speaking skills (social and transactional conversation, discussion, giving oral reports, interview skills);
Academic listening skills (understanding lectures, social and transactional conversations, news broadcasts, TV and movies; note-taking);
Academic reading skills (e.g. scanning and skimming; identifying main ideas and details; summarising; identifying writer’s opinions); and
Academic writing skills (e.g. constructing cohesive paragraphs; writing essays; writing summaries; describing tables and graphs; using academic writing functions such as explaining causes and effects, describing processes, comparing and contrasting).
Skills covered include:

Listening and Note Taking;
Academic Reading and Writing;
Vocabulary Extension;
Study Skills;
Report and Essay Writing;
Library and Research Skills.
IELTS exams are held every four weeks in Brisbane, and Shafston can assist you to register for the exam. Each module of the exam is graded separately as a ‘Band Score’. The module scores are added together to provide an overall Band Score. Band scores range from 1 (non user) to 9 (expert user). Most universities and institutions of higher education will ask for an overall Band Score (generally between 5.5 for undergraduate programs to 6.5 for post-graduate programs).

Students have regular exam practice sessions using past IELTS papers. They learn IELTS exam techniques and strategies for achieving the best possible result. Students can join this program on any Monday. All students are tested before joining this program.
Private Tuition
English Courses Only

Start Dates : Every Monday

Minimum Booking 5 Hours
TOEIC Preparation
Shafston provides full-time 6-week TOEIC (Test of English for International Communication) preparation for students at Intermediate, Upper-Intermediate and Advanced levels of English. The TOEIC test score shows how well people communicate in English with others in the workplace. This full time course prepares students in TOEIC test-taking skills and English for workplace purposes.
The course focusses on the main thematic areas covered in the TOEIC test – General Business themes such as: Marketing, Shipping, Finance, Management, Product Development, Travel, Technology, Corporate Development, Personnel, Entertainment, Health, Offices, Technical Areas.

Included in the course are regular practise tests. A thorough understanding of the curriculum will allow students to:

Understand the test structure;
have confidence in taking the test;
develop test strategies;
improve student test outcome;
improve students’ Business English and General English proficiency;
reach the TOEIC score they are aiming for.
The TOEIC test is a two-part, seven-section multiple-choice test which consists of 200 questions. The results are available within one week of the exam. There is no pass or fail. Students receive a TOEIC score that is the sum of the Listening and Reading scores. The TOEIC Score Report shows the overall score, reading score and listening score. The maximum score is 990.

Shafston is a TOEIC Testing Centre and students can sit for the TOEIC exam at Shafston.
Cambridge Exam Preparation
CAMBRIDGE EXAM PREPARATION

PET, FCE, CAE and CPE
Shafston is one of Australia’s largest providers of preparation programs for the University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations. Cambridge exams are highly valued by employers in many countries, especially Europe. Shafston offers a very wide range of Cambridge preparation programs including all levels of the main suite exam preparation programs (PET, FCE, CAE and CPE) as well as the main suite of Cambridge Business Certificate (BEC Vantage and Higher) exam preparation programs.

We guarantee to offer every Cambridge program that we advertise, and pride ourselves on delivering a first-class exam preparation program delivered by well-respected Cambridge specialists..

Exam Success
Shafston students consistently score highly on Cambridge examinations. Preparation is rigorous. Included in every program is a full day of mock practice exams once every month for all papers.

There are three classes of passing grade available for the main-suite exams: A, B and C. If a candidate scores below a C but achieves good marks they may receive a certificate indicating language level. All candidates are provided with a Statement of Results which includes a graphical display of the candidate’s performance in each paper. These are shown against the scale Exceptional – Good – Borderline – Weak and indicate the candidate’s relative performance in each paper. Passing candidates are awarded a certificate.

New Computer-Based Cambridge Exams
Shafston students studying in a Cambridge exam course will sit the cutting-edge, computer-based exam at Shafston Cambridge Exam Centre right here on the premises.

Course books and learning materials
All students are supplied with the latest exam preparation course books and other supplementary materials for the course. Students are also encouraged to purchase an Advanced Learners Dictionary.

Afternoon Clubs
Cooking Club
Music Club
Pronunciation Club (during Cambridge sessions)
Sports Club
Film Club

Preparation for Cambridge Preliminary English Test (PET)
(CRICOS CODE 046000J)
The Preliminary English Test is an Intermediate level exam. It is ideal for students who need a basic qualification in English. PET graduates can generally communicate satisfactorily in most everyday situations.

The PET exam comprises three papers:

Paper 1 – Reading & Writing
Paper 2 – Listening
Paper 3 – Speaking
Students wishing to take the Shafston PET preparation program must firstly undertake a Cambridge pre-entry test which will indicate a student’s current level of proficiency. We can do this either prior to the student’s arrival (via fax) and/or on their first day.


Preparation for Cambridge First Certificate in English (FCE)
(CRICOS CODE 070043J)
The First Certificate in English is an Upper-Intermediate level exam. It is ideal for students who need to be able to communicate confidently in English in most situations.

FCE is one of the most widely-recognised English language qualifications by employers and educational institutions around the world. By the end of the course students will be able to communicate successfully in day-to-day situations.

The FCE exam comprises 5 parts:

Paper 1 – Reading
Paper 2 – Writing
Paper 3 – Use of English (Grammar)
Paper 4 – Listening
Paper 5 – Speaking
Students wishing to take the Shafston FCE preparation program must firstly undertake a Cambridge pre-entry test which will indicate a student’s current level of proficiency. We can do this either prior to the student’s arrival (via fax) and/or on their first day.

Preparation for Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English (CAE)
(CRICOS CODE 070045G)
The Certificate in Advanced English is an Upper-Intermediate -Advanced level exam. It is a challenging exam preparation course which allows students to prepare for the five papers of the exam. By the end of the course students will be able to operate successfully in professional or academic environments.

It is particularly suitable for students who need to use English at work or for study. CAE is recognised by most British universities for entrance level language requirements.

The CAE exam comprises 5 parts:

Paper 1 – Reading
Paper 2 – Writing
Paper 3 – Use of English (Grammar)
Paper 4 – Listening
Paper 5 – Speaking
Students wishing to take the Shafston CAE preparation program must firstly undertake a Cambridge pre-entry test which will indicate to us their current level of proficiency. We can do this either prior to the student’s arrival (via fax) and/or on their first day. If you would like more information, please contact us for an official Cambridge Exam Preparation Placement Test.

Preparation for Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE)
(CRICOS CODE 038097F)
The Certificate of Proficiency exam is an advanced-level exam for candidates who have a fairly proficient level of English already. The course is challenging and rigorous. Our experienced teachers will help students to understand the intricacies of the CPE exam.

This is the highest Cambridge certification level and indicates full English proficiency in any academic or professional situation. Students who reach this level are approaching the linguistic competence of an educated native speaker. A CPE student’s level of English gives him/her access to the press and other media, and to areas of culture such as film, drama and literature. CPE is also recognised by most British universities for entrance level language requirements.

The CPE exam comprises 5 parts:

Paper 1 – Reading
Paper 2 – Writing
Paper 3 – Use of English (Grammar)
Paper 4 – Listening
Paper 5 – Speaking
Students wishing to take the Shafston CPE preparation program must firstly undertake a Cambridge pre-entry test which will indicate a student’s current level of proficiency. We can do this either prior to the student’s arrival (via fax) and/or on their first day.
Certificate IV in Business
CERTIFICATE IV IN BUSINESS

The Certificate IV in Business course at Shafston provides an opportunity for students to gain the underpinning knowledge needed to commence a successful career in Business.

The course is designed to develop your knowledge and skills and prepare you for entry into the field of Business. Upon successful completion of the BSB40207 Certificate IV in Business (CRICOS Code 01542F) graduates will also have gained a number of key employability skills that provide a platform for launching your career in Business.

Key Fundamentals covered in Shafston's Certificate IV in Business include:

Marketing: skills and knowledge required to plan, implement and manage basic marketing and promotional activities

Small Business Planning: skills and knowledge required to research and develop an integrated business plan for achieving business goals and objectives.

Product Promotion: the 'how-to's' required to coordinate and review the promotion of company’s products and services.

Staff Development: what you need to know too determine Individual and Team development needs and to facilitate the development of the workgroup.

Graduate Outcomes
Employability
Shafston Business programs are focussed on equipping and assisting students to diversify their skills by improving basic business and customer service knowledge. Job seekers who have had quality practical training and can be productive in the workplace from day one in a new job, will have greater choice in a competitive marketplace worldwide. Possible career opportunities on successful completion of the Certificate IV in Business include: administrator, marketing assistant, team leader roles and more.

Key Employability Skills
Communication

communicating with business contacts and team members to promote products and services, give and receive feedback, and negotiate effectively to address conflicts
reading, interpreting, writing and presenting reports
Teamwork

supporting team members in developing skills and knowledge relating to products and services
working within own role to support team activities
Self-management

evaluating own performance and identifying areas for improvement
managing time to independently complete tasks
Technology

using business technology such as the internet and mobile phones to communicate with other people
using business technology to collect, analyse and provide information
Pathway
After achieving this qualification and using the knowledge gained, candidates may undertake the BSB50207 Diploma of Business. The Certificate IV in Business is a great platform into higher level Business qualifications for those wishing to take a 'step by step' approach to learning and development.

Academic Credit
Graduates will be awarded a nationally recognised training certificate and transcript which they may use to apply for Credit towards other Vocational Education and Training courses in the future.



International student pre-requisites for Entry
English
Successful completion of one year full time secondary or tertiary study, where the language of instruction is English, or an overall IELTS score of 5.0, TOEFL 173/500 or any other relevant and equivalent English proficiency score. English proficiency can also be tested through the Shafston Internal Test of Academic English (ITAE) offered free of charge on either Shafston campus.

Academic
For entry to either the Certificate III or IV programs, applicants must have successfully completed year 10 or equivalent overseas qualification, or with vocational experience assisting in a range of environments providing administrative or operational support to individuals and/or teams but without a formal business qualification.

Enrolment in this course is available for both International and Domestic Australian students. This provides the exciting opportunity to compare Business strategies from International and Australian learners in the one class.
Diploma of Business
DIPLOMA OF BUSINESS

The Diploma of Business course at Shafston offer an opportunity for students to gain the knowledge needed for a successful career in Business.

This course is designed to develop your knowledge and skills and prepare you for entry into or to further your career in the field of Business. Upon successful completion of the BSB50207 Diploma of Business [CRICOS CODE 01542F] graduates will also have gained a number of key employability skills that provide a platform for launching your career in Business.

Key Fundamentals covered in Shafstons Diploma of Business include:

Recruitment: skills and knowledge required to manage all aspects of the recruitment selection and induction processes in accordance with organisational policies and procedures.

Workforce Planning: the key elements required to plan workforce strategies to achieve organisational goals and objectives. It includes aligning workforce objectives with business plans, analysing labour market trends and predictions, and designing strategies and succession plans

Marketing: more in depth knowledge and skills required to identify, evaluate and take advantage of marketing opportunities by analysing market data, distinguishing the characteristics of possible markets and assessing the viability of changes to operations. Marketing at a senior management level.

Financial Budgets: knowledge and understanding of budgets, specifically how a budget is structured and how to interpret budget data, techniques related to maximising budget performance by analysing variances and budget terminology relevant to a specific industry context.

The theory and practical applications gained in these business programs are generic across all industries. Whether it is your ambition to manage your own business or use your knowledge to gain a position working in areas such as Business Management, Marketing, Industrial Relations, Human Resources, Accounting or International Business. The Diploma of Business is a great way of expanding your business knowledge and skills

These programs can also be used as a stepping stone to higher-level qualifications in a variety of fields related to Business or Commerce.


Graduate Outcomes
Employability
Shafston Business programs are focussed on equipping and assisting students to diversify their skills by improving specific business and human resource principles. Job seekers who have had quality practical training and can be productive in the workplace from day one in a new job, will have greater choice in a competitive marketplace worldwide. Possible career opportunities on successful completion of a Diploma of Business include: executive officer, program consultant, program coordinator and more.


Key Employability Skills
Communication

conducting research to collect and analyse information in a range of reports
consulting with others to develop a range of plans and reports
liaising with stakeholders and promoting participative workplace arrangements
Problem-solving

applying risk management processes to business operations
assessing financial viability of new opportunities and matching organisational capability with market needs
negotiating solutions to new and emerging issues
Initiative and enterprise

encouraging creative and innovative workplace solutions
identifying new and emerging opportunities for the business and developing strategies to capitalise on them
managing, fostering and facilitating change
Self-management

dealing with contingencies
managing own time and priorities
taking responsibility as required by job role and ensuring organisational policies and procedures are adhered to

Pathway
After achieving this qualification candidates may undertake an Advanced Diploma qualification or progress on to Higher Education courses.



Academic Credit
Graduates will be awarded a nationally recognised training certificate and transcript which they may use to apply for Credit towards other Vocational Education and Training and Higher Education courses in the future.

Graduates will also have upgraded academic standing and can use this qualification to meet entry requirements for entry to higher level Business programs. Students who carry on with their studies at a higher level will have an opportunity to apply for academic credit at University. Academic Credit will save you time and money on your University Degree.

Australian Universities award credit for VET studies completed at Diploma level and higher at an Australian Registered Training Organisation (RTO) which is approved to deliver the AQF Diploma and AQF Advanced Diploma. Credit points will vary depending on your University of choice. If you wish to apply with a packaged programme of study with Shafston and an Australian University you simply apply to the University directly after receiving your Offer of a Place with Shafston for a Diploma level course or higher.



University Articulation
If your ultimate goal is to progress to a Bachelor Degree, Shafston is pleased to confirm that successful graduates of the BSB50207 Diploma of Business will receive up to 8 units of credit (equivalent to one academic year) at most Australian universities.



International student pre-requisites for Entry
English
Successful completion of one year full time secondary or tertiary study, where the language of instruction is English, or an overall IELTS score of 5.5, TOEFL 183/513 or any other relevant and equivalent English proficiency score. English proficiency can also be tested through the Shafston Internal Test of Academic English (ITAE) offered free of charge on either Shafston campus.



Academic
For entry to Diploma programs, applicants must have successfully completed Australian year 12 or an overseas tertiary business related qualification, or with vocational experience in a range of work environments in senior support roles but without a qualification. Students wishing to enrol directly into the Diploma of Business are requested to show they have the underpinning business knowledge for direct entry into this course. Shafstons preferred study pathway is via the Certificate IV in Business.

Enrolment in this course is available for both International and Domestic Australian students. This provides the exciting opportunity to compare Business strategies from International and Australian learners in the one class.
Advanced Diploma of Business
ADVANCED DIPLOMA OF BUSINESS

The Advanced Diploma of Business course at Shafston is designed to further develop your expertise across a range of business functions.

Upon successful completion of the BSB60207 Advanced Diploma of Business [CRICOS CODE 01542F] graduates will also have gained a number of key employability skills that provide a platform for furthering your career in Business.

This course includes up to 25% online e-learning where students are encouraged to improve their ITC skills by accessing and participating in online e-learning. Students face-to-face delivery in the classroom is supported by interactive online content on the password protected Shafston Student Portal.

Key Fundamentals covered in Shafston’s Advanced Diploma of Business include:

Develop and Implement a Business Plan: skills and knowledge required to run a business operation and covers the steps required to develop and implement a business plan. Business plans are critical tools for business growth and development. They will vary depending on the needs of the organisation. This unit covers the typical elements of a business plan and the standard approaches to be used in implementing a business plan.

Develop an Advertising Campaign: skills and knowledge required to determine key objectives and to develop an advertising campaign to optimise product or service market performance in response to an advertising brief. Defining campaign objectives, prepare an advertising budget and develop a schedule for proposed advertising activities are all covered in this unit.

Managing Human Resources Strategic Planning: skills and knowledge required to develop, implement and maintain a strategic approach to managing human resources in an organisation. Relates to the role of human resource managers or policy and planning staff with specific responsibility for ensuring that the organisation has the structure and staff to meet current and foreseeable business and performance objectives.

Managing Finances: skills and knowledge required to undertake budgeting, financial forecasting and reporting requirements, and to allocate and manage resources to achieve the required outputs for the business unit. It includes contributing to financial bids and estimates, allocating funds, managing budgets and reporting on financial activity. Learning includes planning for financial management, establishing budgets and allocating funds, implementing budgets and reporting on finances.

The theory and practical applications gained in this course are generic across all industries. Whether it is your ambition to seek employment in senior managerial marketing roles within an organization, improve your marketing and managerial skills at an executive level, have your current skills formally recognized through recognized prior learning or move on to higher education at University then the Advanced Diploma of Business course may be an excellent option for you.


Graduate Outcomes
Employability
Shafston Advanced Diploma of Business course is focussed on further developing students skills and knowledge in effective advertising, strategic human resources, business finances and plans. Job seekers, who have had quality practical training and can be productive in the workplace from day one in a new job, will have greater choice in a competitive marketplace worldwide. Possible career opportunities on successful completion of an Advanced Diploma of Business include: Senior Administrator, Senior Executive and more.


Key Employability Skills
Communication

conducting research to collect and analyze information in a range of reports
effectively using culturally appropriate communication
consulting with others to develop a range of operational plans
Problem-solving

assessing financial viability of new opportunities and matching organisational capability with market needs
developing and managing risk management and contingency plans
Initiative and enterprise

encouraging creative and innovative workplace solutions
identifying new and emerging opportunities for the business and developing strategies to capitalise on them
managing, fostering and facilitating change
Self-management

dealing with contingencies
managing own time and priorities
taking responsibility as required by job role and ensuring organisational policies and procedures are adhered to

Pathway
After achieving this qualification candidates may undertake another Advanced Diploma qualification or progress on to Higher Education courses.


Academic Credit
Graduates will be awarded a nationally recognised training certificate and transcript which they may use to apply for Credit towards other Vocational Education and Training and Higher Education courses in the future.

Graduates will also have upgraded academic standing and can use this qualification to meet entry requirements for higher education programs. Students who carry on with their studies at a higher level will have an opportunity to apply for academic credit at University. Academic Credit will save you time and money on your University Degree.

Australian Universities award credit for VET studies completed at Diploma level and higher at an Australian Registered Training Organisation (RTO) which is approved to deliver the AQF Diploma and AQF Advanced Diploma. Credit points will vary depending on your University of choice. If you wish to apply for a programme of study with Shafston and an Australian University you simply apply to the University directly after receiving your Offer of a Place with Shafston for a Diploma level course or higher.


University Articulation
If your ultimate goal is to progress to a Bachelor Degree, Shafston is pleased to confirm that successful graduates of the BSB60207 Advanced Diploma of Business will receive up to 10 units of credit at most Australian universities.
International student pre-requisites for Entry
English
An overall IELTS score of 5.5, TOEFL 183/513 or any other relevant and equivalent English proficiency score. Successful completion of one year full time secondary or tertiary study, where the language of instruction is English will also be accepted English proficiency can also be tested through the Shafston Internal Test of Academic English (ITAE) offered free of charge on either Shafston campus.


Academic
For entry to the Advanced Diploma of Business course applicants must have successfully completed a Diploma level qualification or equivalent in a similar field of study

Or relevant vocational work experience in the field. This is defined in the training package as:

substantial vocational experience in a range of environments, acting in a range of senior support or technical roles
Students wishing to enrol directly into the Advanced Diploma of Business are requested to show they have the underpinning business knowledge for direct entry into this course.

Shafston’s recommended study pathway for candidates is first the successful completion of the Diploma of Business at Shafston or any other institution.


Language, Literacy and Numeracy Requirements

The required LL&N level for entry into this course is that of an AQF level 5 graduate. Characteristics of this level of client are the ability to apply knowledge and skills to demonstrate autonomy, judgement and defined responsibility in known or changing contexts and within broad but established parameters. They will have technical and theoretical knowledge and concepts, with depth in some areas within a field of work and learning related to the Marketing and Business fields.
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