Applying and Enrolling are two distinct processes. For most courses you don't need to apply, you just need to participate in the Pre-enrolment Information Session and then enrol online or at your TAFE Illawarra Campus. Simply follow the step-by-step guide below:
Interested in studying with TAFE Illawarra in Semester 2, 2013?
Some courses on offer in Semester 2, 2013 require you to register your interest online. For other courses you simply need to complete your enrolment online. Follow the step-by-step guide below:
Step 1: Make sure you meet the course entry requirements
Many TAFE NSW courses have specific entry requirements, such as qualifications, skills, knowledge or experience. Specific requirements for each course are listed when you undertake a course search.
Some courses have additional requirements. All courses have a requirement for you to participate in a pre-enrolment information session. You may also need to sit for a test, attend an interview or audition or submit a portfolio. Undertake a course search, visit your local Campus or Customer Service Centre on 1300 766 123.
Step 2: Apply/register your interest (if required)
Some TAFE NSW courses require you to apply/register your interest online from Saturday 1 June, 2013. You may then be required to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI), portfolio, attend a pre-testing session or show evidence of a previous qualification. This will ensure that you meet the course entry requirements. Following this process you can view the outcome of your registration by:
- loging into e-Services on the TAFE NSW internet site at http://www.tafensw.edu.au/
- select the student logon using your DEC Username and Password
If your status is shown as ‘offered’ you will need to accept your offer and pay the TAFE NSW fee.
To accept your offer, you will need to:
- record your residency status
- provide TAFE NSW Statistical Data
- accept TAFE NSW Terms and Conditions
- pay your TAFE NSW fee
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Note: Your place in the course is not secure until you have paid the TAFE NSW fee. If your status is shown as “Standby” you will be contacted by the teaching section should a place become available. If your status is shown as “Registered (unsuccessful)” your registration has been considered and deemed unsuccessful. TAFE Illawarra offers a variety of courses that do not require an assessment and some of these may be of interest to you.
Information about TAFE Illawarra courses are available from:
- TAFE Illawarra Institute’s website www.illawarra.tafensw.edu.au
- Your local Campus Customer Service Centre
Step 3: Enrol
For some courses on offer in Semester 2, 2013, you can simply enrol online or at a TAFE Illawarra Campus from Saturday 1 June, 2013. At the same time you will need to pay the TAFE NSW fee to finalise your enrolment.
If you are unable to pay the TAFE NSW fee via credit card you will need to present to you a TAFE Illawarra Campus
If you are applying for a Concession or Exemption you will need to present to a TAFE Illawarra Campus.
Prior to enrolling online, you are encouraged to participate in a Pre-enrolment Information Session.
See course search or call Customer Service Centre on 1300 766 123 for more information.
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