Education is a commitment that requires investment from both yourself as the student and us as your training provider. Our programs are designed to provide our students with the opportunity to develop skills, knowledge and opportunities that occur through personal development.
We believe learning needs to be fun and engaging and we look forward to sharing your learning journey with you.
The student handbook provides you with the information required to assist you in understanding how the training system works, your obligations and what you can expect from us as your training provider. The handbook is an important reference to assist you throughout your learning experience. It covers what you need to know and information that you will find useful, such as:
This year Amy Jarrett, won the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Student of the Year for the North Coast and Mid North Coast Region, after completing her care qualifications at NV College.Read Amy’s Journey
Your USI (Unique Student Identifier) is your individual education number for life. It also creates a Government authenticated record of your vocational education and training (VET) achievements. You need a USI if you are undertaking nationally recognised training, which NV College’s vocational courses are. If you don’t already have one, you can apply for a USI at usi.gov.au
We want you to be fully informed before you decide to enrol. A good starting point is to contact us to have a chat. Depending on the course, we may want to interview you to determine suitability for your chosen course and answer your questions. For detailed information, please refer to the Pre-Course and Enrolment Information section of our Student Handbook and the individual course information on the website.
That depends. Some courses attract a fee, or student contribution, others may be subsidised, subject to eligibility criteria. For further details please visit the fees section of the course you are interested in on our website.
We specialise in courses that prepare people for a career in the care industry, hospitality, or business. To find out which courses are currently being offered, please visit the courses section on our website. To explore to full scope of what NV College can offer, please visit Training.gov.au
Smart & Skilled is an NSW Government program which subsidises training in order to provide quality outcomes for eligible learners that are aligned to industry skill needs. NV College is a Smart & Skilled approved Registered Training Organisation. For more information, please visit the fees section of the course you are interested in on our website. Smart & Skilled information is available at Vocational Education and Training (VET) and Skills NSW. Information presented on these websites should be read in conjunction to be fully informed.
We really want you to succeed and will work directly with you to ensure any additional support you require is provided. It doesn’t matter if you require support because of special learning needs, or a disability, or because you are experience any other form of disadvantage. For more detailed information please refer to the credit transfer section in our student handbook. For more information, please visit the Student Support section of our Student Handbook or contact us to have a chat.
Not if you have previously completed the exact unit. For more detailed information, please refer to the credit transfer section in our student handbook. Course rules are not always easy to understand. You welcome to contact us for advice or visit Training.gov.au to read about the rules behind the courses we offer.
A certificate is achieved when all of the units within a qualification have been successfully completed. A statement of attainment (SoA) is gained when only some of the units have been successfully completed.
A traineeship allows you to predominately learn your skills on the job whilst supported by formal training and assessment through a registered training organisation (RTO). This model allows you to earn while you learn whilst achieving a nationally recognised qualification.
Yes, there is no maximum age limit to undertake a traineeship.
We are keen to hear your feedback, no matter if positive or not, and there are multiple ways to be heard. For more detailed information, please refer to the Feedback and Appeals section in our Student Handbook.