Course fees and enrolment

Course fees


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All prices are GST exempt
* Register 8 weeks before course date. Does not apply to self-paced study


2019 DatesLocationTimeRegistration

16, 17, 18 July


9am - 5pm


7, 8, 9 August


9am - 5pm


10, 11, 12 September


9am - 5pm


22, 23, 24 October


9am - 5pm


25, 26, 27 November


9am - 5pm


Self-paced sessions

2019 DatesLocationRegistration




Delivery modes

AIST offers courses by either face-to-face facilitation or self-paced learning. Each method is outlined below:

Facilitated learning

Facilitation involves studying in a structured classroom environment which provides the opportunity to work closely with the training consultant. Training sessions give students the ability to work together through course content in an encouraging learning environment.

Key benefits include:

  • Facilitated courses are often preferable as they give students the opportunity to focus on course content over a set period of time
  • The classroom structure allows students to study in an environment that promotes learning, understanding and discussion of course material
  • Facilitated courses allow students to discuss course content in a way that assists in the learning process

Self-paced learning

For students who cannot attend a facilitated course, or prefer a more flexible study method, self-paced learning provides the opportunity for students to take responsibility for the pace and structure of training. This style of study offers students the opportunity and flexibility to study without limitations such as time or location.

Key benefits include:

  • Ability to manage study according to your own timetable, without interruption to your work schedule
  • Flexibility to start and complete the course according to your needs
  • Ability to set your own pace and structure
  • Access to training consultants for assistance and guidance

Credit transfer (CT)

A Credit Transfer (CT) is formal recognition of the previous studies you have completed for the purpose of reducing the unit/s that you are required to complete in the course you are enrolled in with us.

You can apply for a CT at any time, however it is best you do this prior to the course commencement date so that credits are known upfront and you are not required to do any work that you otherwise may not have needed to do.

Please refer to the AIST Student Handbook for more details and information on how to apply for a CT.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is a process where skills and knowledge that you have gained through work and life experience and other unrecognised training can be formally recognised.

It is best to apply for RPL prior to the course commencement date so that you are not required to do any work that you otherwise may not have needed to do.

Please refer to the AIST Student Handbook for more information on how to determine if RPL is a suitable option for you or to apply for RPL.

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