How to Enrol

Australian Training and Education College(ATEC) is committed to provide vocational training to students, building a reputation as a provider of high quality training and assessment. The professional staff, smaller and more intimate college environment, results in a friendly college for all our students.
We work for the success of our graduates as they move directly into the workforce or progress to further educational pathways after completing a ATEC course.

Course Dates

 
   Intake Dates 2022  
  31 January Term 1   31 January to 1 April
  25 April Term 2   25 April to 24 June
  25 July Term 3   25 July to 23 September
  17 October Term 4   17 October to 16 December

HOW TO ENROL

Follow the steps below to enrol with us today!

    • Please fill out our application form and provide evidence of your previous academic studies and your proof of English language (if required).
    • Please email these documents to [email protected]
    • If you prefer to post your documents, you can send it to our campus address
    • Once you send us through your application form, an invoice will be raised against the application fee directing the methods of payment available

You are most welcome to come in and see us to discuss your potential application, or email us through your documents for confirmation of your eligibility for a course before you pay the application fee.

 

WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?

If you are successful with your application, you will receive a letter of offer, which includes all our terms and conditions.  You will also receive an invoice outlining the fees required and dates for payment. If you would like to accept our offer, we ask you to sign the Acceptance form and return it to us. Once we have received your signed Acceptance Form your enrolment is confirmed.

Contact Info

Campus
Suite 2, Lvl 2, 224-238 George St. LIVERPOOL NSW 2170

[email protected]
02 5850 0300

Mon – Fri 9:00A.M. – 5:00P.M.

Social Info

Jan 2022 Intake
Admission Open
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Benefits
Self Development
Student Activities

Benefits

The change the world needs sure won’t come from just talking about it. It’ll take going all hands in – and not being afraid to get them dirty in the process. At Australian Training and Education College you get hands-on experience from day one. Because it’s not what we say that makes a difference. It’s what we do.

 

The Australian Training and Education College brand is much more than a logo, it’s an expression of who we are as a College. It’s our voice, identity and reputation. The sum of all the experiences we create and deliver every day at Australian Training and Education College. Our brand proudly tells our story – of a dynamic college full of passionate people creating a world worth living in.

 

We are a college of the land and people of our regions and we aim to develop holistic, far-sighted people who help their communities grow and flourish.

Self Development

We believe the college education is beyond academic benefits. Australian Training and Education College facilitates its students with a chance to develop attitude and skills that give them courage, ability to work with others and a better understanding of themselves and the entire world around them. It is during college years that a person gets to understand his/her identity, role, and dreams. To become what you want to be, you need not only formal education but also real-life experience and opportunities for self-development. If you are willing to develop new skills and techniques that the world is always looking for, Australian Training and Education College is what you need.

Student Activities

Australian Training and Education College strongly believes in organizing student-focused extracurricular clubs and programs offered. These are generally designed to allow our students to become more involved on campus. Often, such activities provide our students with opportunities to develop leadership, social responsibility, citizenship, volunteerism, and employment experience.