All of Lead College 24 qualifications are nationally recognised with CRICOS registration and suitable for international students to study. For example: Cookery & Hospitality, Business & Leadership, Community Services, Early Childhood and Information Technology.
Our commitment to students is to provide the best education we can to you by giving you information, skills and opportunity for your chosen area of study. All students contribute to the success of our courses through feedback which is used to make improvements.
We take our obligations to our students seriously and deliver our courses to the highest quality and in compliance with all relevant standards, including the Standards for Registered Training Organisations and the ESOS National Code. We ensure that certification is only issued to students that have demonstrated the required standards of skills and knowledge.
We are committed to ensuring that you get all the support you need to be successful in your studies. You may not have studied for a while and or you might need help with study skills. You may also need assistance with skills such as reading, writing and mathematics. The enrollment form you complete will help us to identify any support you need and depending on the course you are enrolling in, you may also be required to complete a test that assesses your language, literacy and numeracy skills. Based on the information you provide in your enrollment and/or the results of your language, literacy and numeracy test, we will contact you to discuss your support needs. Your support needs can also be discussed during the induction to your course. Services that we can offer to you include:
- One to one support from our trainers/assessors to assist you with your academic needs.
- One to one support from the Academic Manager relating to any student.
- Referral to relevant external services such as English language support and counselling.
We can also offer you a range of welfare services. These services may include, through direct provision or referral, information/ advice about: accommodation, counselling, crisis services, disabilities and equity issues, financial matters, legal issues, medical issues.