The Gold Coast Training College does not charge GST for any of our courses, or fees for enrolment or credit transfer. Please contact the college directly if you have any questions about our fees or payment plans.
Security Courses Pre-requisites for enrolment:
All students enrolling in any security course offered by the Gold Coast Training College must provide evidence of having a current Driver’s License. A copy must be provided to the College upon enrolment and will be used as evidence of a competency based skill during the training.
To enrol online complete the booking sheet which can be found on your course page. Once submitted we will contact you to arrange payment and book you into you course. Alternatively use the enrolment form below.
Enrolling over the phone.
Students can enrol in a particular course over the phone using credit card details. The phone number for the college is 07 5528 3591.
Login details will be provided by email once payment has been received.
Using a Payment Plan
The Gold Coast Training College also has a direct debit option where students can pay for their course over a period of time. Some courses have multiple payment plans listed on the respective courses page. To enrol using a selected Direct Debit method, students can simply use the contact form box and advise the college which payment plan they would like to select. Payment plans must also be documented in writing. We are currently using Integrapay as our direct debit facility. Fees and charges are payable by the student and are as follows:
Please note: If paying by credit card, IPAY COMMERCIAL SRVCS will appear on financial statements to indicate payment to Gold Coast Training College.
- Data Storage and Compliance (once only): $1.10;
- Bank Account Transaction Fee: $1.25;
- Visa/MasterCard Fee: 2.20% (min $1.25);
- AMEX Fee: 4.40%;
- Failed Payment Fee: $5.50 (added to next payment)
View our zipMoney page for more payment options.
Payment Plans will not be offered for all courses provided by the college with only select courses having this option.
There are no current Student Notices
Eligible Job Seekers.
The Gold Coast Training College, accepts payments from Job Search Agencies on behalf of eligible job seekers. If you are considering this option, please ask your job search agency to contact us.
Our Refund policy can be found here Student_fees_and_Refund_Policy-V42017
Email Address Accuracy – Online Training
The Gold Coast Training College will set up online accounts using the information provided by the Student, regardless of any additional email addresses provided. Students who nominate an incorrect email address to be used for their online login (as advised on official Enrolment Form) when online accounts are being established will be charged an additional fee of $500 administration fee to reestablish the account to the correct email address. The Gold Coast Training College accepts no responsibility for student errors relating to incorrect email addresses being supplied. It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that correct details are supplied at all times.
Student Assessment Policy
Inline with our College Assessment Policy, all students will be supplied with due dates for assessments. The policy and associated documents are located in the below links.
All funded students are further advised that in the event that a re-enrolment into any unit is required that must occur within the current financial year of the previous assessment decision.
Our student handbook can be found here STUDENT-HANDBOOK-V3-2017
Our Student Handbook for Smart and Skilled can be found here Smart and Skilled Handbook 2017
Unique student Identifier Information
From 1 January 2015 all students will require a USI. More information is available at the USI website http://www.industry.gov.au/skills/RegulationReformsAndInitiatives/UniqueStudentIdentifierForVET/Pages/Informationforstudentsandparents.aspx
Complaints Policy >>>>
As the national regulator for the vocational education and training (VET) sector, the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) seeks to make sure that the sector’s quality is maintained through the effective regulation of:
- vocational education and training providers
- accredited vocational education and training courses, and
- Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS) providers including those delivering English Language Intensive Courses to Overseas Students (ELICOS).
Australia is fortunate to have a world-leading vocational education and training system. This crucial sector provides training in the skills Australians need for employment, and injects billions of dollars of export income into the economy each year.
ASQA makes sure that the quality and reputation of Australia’s VET system is maintained through effective national regulation.
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