Terms & Conditions



Terms and Conditions


Course structure – First Aid Courses

All training and assessment material will be provided for students enrolled in our courses. The course will constitute a blended mix of interactive and face-to-face learning for the following 3 courses:

  • Diploma & Advanced Diploma of ICT
  • Diploma & Advanced Diploma of Business
  • Diploma & Advanced Diploma of Accounting


Combined Diploma of ICT (ICT50115) & Advanced Diploma of ICT (ICT60115)


February 2018


24 months


Upon successful completion of the combined course, students are awarded 2 qualifications:

      • ICT50115 – Diploma of ICT
      • ICT60115 – Advanced Diploma of ICT


Units of Competencies

BSBSUS501  Develop workplace policy and procedures for sustainability

BSBWHS501  Ensure a safe workplace

ICTICT509     Gather data to identify business requirements

ICTICT511     Match ICT needs with the strategic direction of the enterprise

ICTNWK502   Implement secure encryption technologies

ICTNWK503   Install and maintain valid authentication processes

ICTNWK504   Design and implement an integrated server solution

ICTNWK505   Design, build and test a network server

ICTNWK506   Configure, verify and troubleshoot WAN links and IP services in a medium enterprise                                 network

ICTWEB502   Create dynamic web pages

BSBPMG516  Manage project information and communication

BSBPMG511  Manage project scope

BSBPMG512  Manage project time

BSBPMG513  Manage project quality

BSBPMG514  Manage project cost

ICTWEB429   Create a mark-up language document to specification

ICTPRG501   Apply advanced object-oriented language skills

ICTPRG525   Build Java applets

ICTPRG527   Apply intermediate object-oriented language skills

ICTPRG528   Perform ICT data conversion

BSBWOR502  Lead and manage team effectiveness

ICTICT608     Interact with clients on a business level

ICTICT610     Manage copyright, ethics and privacy in an ICT environment

ICTPMG609   Plan and direct complex ICT projects

ICTSUS601    Integrate sustainability in ICT planning and design projects

BSBINN601   Lead and manage organisational change

ICTICT606     Develop communities of practice

ICTNWK601   Design and implement a security system

ICTNWK616   Manage security, privacy and compliance of cloud service deployment

BSBMGT608  Manage innovation and continuous improvement

ICTNWK602   Plan, configure and test advanced server-based security

ICTDBS501    Monitor and improve knowledge management system

ICTDBS601    Build a data warehouse

ICTDBS602    Develop a knowledge management strategy

ICTICT604     Identify and implement business innovation

ICTICT605     Implement a knowledge management strategy


Diploma of Business (BSB502150) & Advanced Diploma of Business – (BSB60215)


February 2018


16 months


Upon successful completion of the combined course, students are awarded 2 qualifications:

      • BSB50215 – Diploma of Business
      • BSB60215 – Advanced Diploma of Business


Units of Competencies

Unit Code    Unit Name

BSBADM502  Manage meetings

BSBADV507  Develop a media plan

BSBMKG501  Identify and evaluate marketing opportunities

BSBMKG502  Establish and adjust the marketing mix

BSBHRM501  Manage human resources services

BSBHRM506  Manage recruitment, selection and induction processes

BSBRSK501  Manage risk

BSBSUS501  Develop workplace policy and procedures for sustainability

BSBHRM602  Manage human resources strategic planning

BSBINM601   Manage knowledge and information

BSBINN601   Lead and manage organizational change

BSBMKG609  Develop a marketing plan

BSBFIM601   Manage finances

BSBMGT615  Contribute to organization development

BSBCUE601  Optimize customer engagement operations



Combined Diploma of Accounting (FNS50215) & Advanced Diploma of Accounting (FNS60215)



February 2018


18 months


Upon successful completion of the combined course, students are awarded 2 qualifications:

      • FNS50215 – Diploma of Accounting
      • FNS60215 – Advanced Diploma of Accounting


Units of Competencies

FNSACC501   Provide financial and business performance information

FNSACC502   Prepare tax documentation for individuals*

FNSACC503   Manage budgets and forecasts

FNSACC504*  Prepare financial reports for corporate entities

FNSACC506   Implement and maintain internal control procedures

FNSACC507   Provide management accounting information

BSBFIA401     Prepare financial reports

BSBITU402     Develop and use complex spreadsheets

BSBLDR402    Lead effective workplace relationships

FNSACC301   Process financial transaction and extract interim reports

FNSACC505   Establish and maintain accounting information systems

FNSACC604   Monitor corporate governance activities

FNSINC601     Apply economic principles to work in the financial services industry

FNSINC602     Interpret and use financial statistics and tools

FNSACC613*  Prepare and analyses management accounting information

FNSACC602*  Audit and report on financial systems and records

FNSACC605   Implement organizational improvement programs

FNSACC606   Conduct internal audit


On completion of each Unit of Competencies, each student will be assessed and trained according to the ASQA Standards.


On-site visits

APIT courses require the following for on-site visits:

  • Approved workspaces with sufficient floor space for practical activities
  • Portable projector, Class rooms, Labs and Face to face learning.


Issuing of Certificates

On completion of a course of study, students will be assessed against their competencies and will be awarded a Certificate once students have marked competent for each Unit of Competency.


Unique Student Identifier (USI)

A Statement of Attainment should only be issued when a learner successfully completes one or more Units of Competency or an accredited short course. This cannot be issued until the student has supplied a verified USI.



It is recommended to book through our website on www.apit.edu.au for discount prices

Phone bookings will incur an additional charge of $10



You may alter your course date to an alternate date provided you have informed us 48 hours in advance of your original booked date. Any alternate date is subject to availability and must be taken within 1 month of your original    booking date.

No refunds are issued for a booking should you not attend or have not completed your pre course work.


LLN Requirements

Participants are also required to have a minimum level of Literacy & Numeracy to be allowed admittance to this course.


Admission Requirements

Applicants must first have gained the equivalent to an Australian Higher Secondary School Certificate (Year 12), corresponding to FSC (A Level) in Pakistan.

Students will then be required to proceed through a 3 stage enrolment entrance process:

  1. Initial Application for Enrolment to be completed via APIT’s website. This process will require you to also complete the Pre-Training Review including a Language Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) online test.


To pass this stage, you will be required to achieve a 5.0 banding.


  1. All Students will then be required to complete the Oxford Placement Test which will be administered at APIT’s campus. You must achieve a B1 or B2 standing (IELTS equivalence 5.5).


  1. Finally all students are required to pass a Final intensive Entrance Interview.


The only exception is provided if the student fails the Oxford Placement Test with a result no less than B2 (IELTS equivalence 5.0).  Should this be the case, the respective student will be required to undertake our in-house English Enhancement Course for a period of 6 months concurrently with their Diploma studies.



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