Student Entry Procedure


Student Entry Procedure - Entry Requirements and Admission

To apply for entry to the course, prospective students are required to complete the online application form and satisfy the entry requirements.

The following entry requirements apply to all courses offered by Just Careers Training and are in place to ensure students are academically suited to studying their chosen course.

Potential students (applicants) applying to enrol must meet the minimum entry requirements included in the Fair Treatment and Equal Benefits and Opportunity Policy.

There are two pathways through which applicants can satisfy minimum entry requirements:

1.Completion of Year 12 in an Australian Agency or Authority (State or Territory of Australia)

A copy of the Senior Secondary Certificate of Education, which signifies the prospective student’s successful completion of Year 12, is to be supplied.


2. Successful completion at Exit Level 3 or above in the Reading and Numeracy tests of the Core Skills Profile for Adults (CSPA).

The CSPA is an independent test which is completed online and determines the level of language, literacy or numeracy of the prospective student. All prospective students undertaking the CSPA are required to complete the test themselves and participate in the process with honesty and integrity. Results of the testing will be provided to the prospective student on request with individual results being retained by Just Careers Training for 5 years.

Just Careers Training will provide each student’s documentation satisfying the minimum entry requirements to the Secretary of the Department of Education and Training on request.

Once the Application Form has been fully and accurately completed, the potential student’s application is assessed for completeness. Applications are assessed on a first-in basis and offers are made to applicants with fully completed applications that meet the above entry requirements, subject to availability of places in the course.

For accepted applications, an offer to commence is made to the potential student within 3 working days after the offer is made, the student is then invited to select their payment method (either paying their own course fees or, for eligible applicants, choosing to utilise VET FEE-HELP), their preferred mode of study and other options. The Request for VET FEE-HELP Loan form is provided to eligible applicants.

Upon receipt of the course payment selection and fully completed payment information, an Enrolment Pack and initial course material is provided to the student with study beginning from the term commencement date.

The student will also be contacted by one of our managers.


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