Cambridge International College Melbourne

Cambridge International College Melbourne

 

Why study at Cambridge International College Melbourne
Learn English in Melbourne where people are friendly and the climate is good.

We are committed to providing you with educational opportunities to assist you to achieve success with your studies.

Location
Cambridge International College is located in the centre of Melbourne and is close to universities, shopping, restaurants and public transport.

Study Options / Courses

  • English Courses:
    • General Purposes English
    • Advanced General English
    • Academic English
    • Exam Preparation Program: BEC; FCE; CAE; IELTS; TOEIC
  • Professional Courses:
    • Business
    • Computer Studies
    • Hairdressing
    • Community Welfare

Study in Melbourne - Cambridge International College / Melbourne

CIC is located in the centre of Melbourne and is close to universities, shopping, restaurants and public transport.

Qualified and experienced teachers will work with you to achieve your goals in the area you wish to study.

Learn English in Melbourne where people are friendly and the climate is good.

Prepare for TOEIC, IELTS, FCE, CAE and BEC exams.
Study Multimedia or International Business.

Courses

CIC offers courses in English, International Business and Multimedia.


English


International Business

Gain the knowledge and skills to be technically proficient in a variety of aspects of exporting, importing, shipping, transport and customs. The broad range of business subjects offered are of great value as a general grounding for any student interested in a career in, or further study in Business.


Multimedia

The skills attained are suitable for employment across the industries of multimedia design and productions and across the arts, entertainment, e-commerce and media industries.

Youth Work Diploma Melbourne

Youth Work Diploma

Cambridge International College Australia offers the Diploma of Youth Work

Diploma of Youth Work CRICOS Code 058299G (Melbourne)

 

Description of the Qualification

The Diploma of Youth Work is designed to prepare trainees to work at a professional level in the human services industry, specifically the Youth Services field. This involves working with teenagers in areas such as community organisations, traditional community church organisations, self help organisations, local government and statutory services. During the course trainees will be taught to develop an understanding of Indigenous culture and history, ethnic cultures, community cultures and to work with local communities in the provision of specific youth services.

The course is offered as an addition to the Diploma of Community Welfare Work with a minimum number of subjects to complete due to credits from the Diploma of Community Welfare Work. On successful completion of this program trainees will be qualified to apply for a position as a case manager, early intervention coordinator, program manager, community worker, youth worker and juvenile justice worker.

 

Duration

Trainees who wish to complement their Diploma of Community Welfare Work and increase their employment options have the opportunity to undertake the Diploma of Youth Work. The course includes a number of the same curriculum units as studied in the Diploma of Community Welfare Work; therefore trainees would only have to study for a further 2, nine week terms, (18 weeks total) to complete the Diploma of Youth Work. The study mode is full time. Trainees have the option to study in a daytime or evening schedule subject to availability.

 

Career Opportunities

This course opens opportunities to work as a Youth Worker

 

Entry Requirements

The entry requirements for this course are successful completion of the Diploma of Community Welfare Work. Please see entry requirements of the Diploma of Community Welfare Work.

 

Pathway Programs

Cambridge International College provides pathways into further education with various universities in Melbourne. Trainees who are interested in pursuing the qualification at a university level will gain a minimum 1 year advanced standing in the Bachelor of Social Work (CRICOS 023711A) at Victoria University (VU) if they successfully complete the Diploma of Community Welfare Work and the Diploma of Youth Work.

On completion of the Diploma of Community Welfare Work and Diploma of Youth Work the trainee will be eligible to apply for a second year of advanced standing in the Bachelor of Social Work. Trainees who have completed the Diploma of Community Welfare Work and the Diploma of Youth Work and are interested in furthering their studies with a focus on the business side of the industry may gain advanced standing (4 credits) at Holmesglen Institute of TAFE in their Bachelor of Business (Administration) (CRICOS BXAD06).

 

Application

Apply here - or receive further information about studying in Australia.