1. How can I apply to study at The Learning Professionals?

If you are an international student, please follow the below steps:

STEP 1: Carefully read the information in the International Course Guide or browse the Courses section to ensure you understand all the course details, entry requirements, other important information relating to living and studying in Australia, payment and refund, terms and conditions of your enrolment.

STEP 2: Choose the program/course that best suits your interests and career goals.

STEP 3: Complete the online application HERE. Remember to attach all relevant supporting documents.

Once you have submitted your completed online Application Form, you will receive an acknowledgement e-mail from the system. If your application is successful, you will receive a Letter of Offer and Written Agreement. If you do not meet our application assessment criteria, you/your agent will be notified in writing.

STEP 4: Follow the instructions to complete the Pre training Review.

STEP 5: Read Letter of Offer/Written Agreement carefully, sign it, make the payment and return the signed written agreement and proof of payment to our Admissions team.

2. What is a Pre-Training Review?

The Pre-training Review (PTR) is conducted for prospective students as part of the enrolment process. The purpose of PTR is to ensure that you are enrolling in the most suitable and appropriate training option which best suits you and your future career plan. This also helps us identify appropriate learning and assessment strategies and any supports you may need to successfully complete the course that you chose.

3. What is LLN test?

LLN means Language Literacy and Numeracy. This test is not a barrier to course entry, it helps us understand how we can support you in your learning with us.

4. What are the certified copies?

A certified copy is a true copy of an original document that has been sighted and verified by an authorised person.

The authorised person will sight the original document and any photocopies to ensure both are identical, and then:

  • write on, or stamp the copy “This is a true copy of the original document.”
  • write their name, signature, qualification, date of signing and affix their business stamp
  • provide an address and a contact telephone number

5. I have completed studies previously at other providers. Can I claim credit for this?

You may be granted credit transfer for the units you have completed previously. When you apply for a course at The Learning Professionals, you can attach your previous Qualification and Record of Results/Statement of Attainment you have achieved and complete the Credit Transfer Application form and send to admissions@thelearningprofessionals.com.au. You can ask our Admissions staff for instructions if you don’t know how to complete the form. 

Your Credit Transfer application will be assessed, and you will be informed of the outcome within 10 working days.

6. How can I accept my offer?

Your Letter of Offer and associated documentation is an agreement between you and the Learning Professionals. To accept your offer and the terms of the agreement, please follow the below steps.

STEP 1: Read all the information contained in your letter of offer and attached documents carefully.

STEP 2: You will need to meet your conditions as outlined in your Letter of Offer (if any) before you can proceed.  If you decide that you want to accept your offer and enter into a written agreement, refer to the ‘How to Acceptance the Offer’ section in your Letter of Offer and follow the instructions.

7. What happen after I accept my offer?

  • After The Learning Professional receives your signed Letter of Offer/Written agreement and requested fees, you will be issued a Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE). You will need the CoE for your Student visa application.
  • You will also receive the information about Orientation and Instruction Guide for Student Portal.
  • You will need to attend Orientation before starting your course.

8. How is a CoE connected to my student visa?

Your CoE will include the date you’re expected to finish your course. The duration of your student visa will be based on this date.

You must complete your course within the time granted by your student visa. Except in extremely limited circumstances, you cannot stay in Australia beyond your visa expiry date.

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