4 easy steps to study at Australasian Lawrence Aged Care College
To apply for enrolment with Australasian Lawrence Aged Care College, you need to complete the following steps:
Complete a brief initial discussion with Admin staff. Take the time to read the local student prospectus and further information available in the folder.
2. LLN TEST
Students enrolling in the course with ALACC will be required to untertake the Language, Literacy and Numeracy Test to enable us to identify your needs.
3. FILL IN THE ENROLMENT FORM
Complete an Enrolment Form and an Application for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) form (if applicable), including all required attachments
Lodge the application, together with the required fees and other documents as stated in the enrolment form. Please do contact us for any additional information you may require.
Once you are enrolled, your trainer will work with you to design your individual training plan, to ensure your training is aligned to your vocational outcome.
Payment is to be made in Australian dollars to Australasian Lawrence Aged Care College by cash, efptos, credit, bank cheque or bank draft. When your payment is received, your enrolment at ALACC will be confirmed.
How is my application processed?
Once your application has been received, it will be processed by our office. Applicants who have satisfied the entry conditions for their chosen course will be provided and offer letter.
If your education qualifications do not meet the colleges admission requirements, other factors will be considered.
b. Work experience
c. Attitude and aptitude
d. Previous academic results
e. Ability and skills to function in an academic environment
f. Possibility to succeed in his/her academic endeavours.
Assistance may be made available by other Registered Providers if Language, Literacy or Numeracy help is required. Please talk to the CEO/Director of Studies or delegate for more information or as for list of ELICOS Institutes.
At ALACC we offer English language workshops fridays Free of cost. Take this opportunity to improve your overall English. For advance bookings, please call us on 03 9480 4445
Recognition of prior learning
You may also apply (if applicable) for Recognition of prior learning or direct course credits. Please check with us for further details.
Language literacy and numeracy requirements
Students require language, literacy and numeracy capacity equivalent to the descriptions below
|Certificate III and IV
||Produce and sequence several paragraphs to express a meaningful idea. For example, fill in an incident report form or write a set of procedures for a new work task to be used as reference.
||Use operations and % and fractions to solve problems. For example, calculate and compare costs of similar items/services from two different sources or measure items for work tasks using formal units (millilitres. of hair dye, grams of flour etc).
||Participate in verbal exchanges where listener/speaker is required to vary and/or understand concepts which are simple, but non-routine. For example, provide instructions for a new worker on how to perform a simple workplace task. Or listen to, and respond to a routine customer complaint.
Read and understand texts with some complex ideas and non-routine vocabulary. For example, read a workplace report recommending a change or read a memo providing new instructions on workplace health and safety.
Write texts which convey ideas beyond everyday concepts. For example, write the minutes for a workplace meeting or write a memo to colleagues to inform them of a temporary change to the workplace routine.
Use a range of algebraic formulae and calculating tools to solve work based problems. For example, apply formulae to measure heights, 2- and 3- dimensional spaces or use memory/square root functions on calculator to solve multi-step problems.
Participate in verbal exchanges that require control of non-routine language and structures. For example, deliver a presentation about a new workplace practice to a group of colleagues or listen to a complicated customer complaint, and be able to summarise the customer’s concerns.