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  • The Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT TAFE Canberra - Reid)

    The Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT TAFE Canberra - Reid)

    The Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT) is the leading provider of vocational education and training in Canberra, Australia’s capital city. Vocational education and training is designed to provide students with occupational or work-related skills and knowledge.

    CIT has four campuses and two Flexible Learning Centres located in various suburbs across Canberra. Courses are offered to international students at the two largest CIT campuses in the suburbs of Reid and Bruce.

    The Canberra Institute of Technology has proudly delivered high quality vocational and education training to the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) since 2 May 1928.

    37 Constitution Ave, Reid
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    • CIT-Camberra-Reid-Yala-Cafe

    Snapshot

    Good nationality mix

    library available

    Cerca de 20.000 (nacionais e internacionais) - inclui aqueles que estudam a tempo inteiro, a tempo parcial, a aprendizagem flexível e online. students per month

    computer lab available

    Certifications

    Wifi available

    wheelchair access

    About The Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT TAFE Canberra - Reid)

    The Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT) is the leading provider of vocational education and training in Canberra, Australia’s capital city. Vocational education and training is designed to provide students with occupational or work-related skills and knowledge. CIT has four campuses and two Flexible Learning Centres located in various suburbs across Canberra. Courses are offered to international students at the two largest CIT campuses in the suburbs of Reid and Bruce. The Canberra Institute of Technology has proudly delivered high quality vocational and education training to the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) since 2 May 1928. CIT has an impressive 90 year history providing technical and further education in the ACT and surrounding area. Today, it trains around 20,000 students each year, touching more lives post secondary school than any other tertiary education institution in the ACT. CIT has a strong reputation domestically and internationally with business and industry endorsing CIT’s programs. These partnerships assist with student employment and work experience. CIT’s partnerships allow students a choice of pathways to employment, further study upon graduation or career enhancement. Teachers are in touch with their students and learning is interactive and challenging. CIT staff are industry professionals, with students benefiting from their expertise, support and personal attention. Many of the CIT staff have the ‘inside knowledge’ which gives their students an advantage to make them stand out. CIT is also innovative in the way they deliver their programs - always looking for new ways to do things, to stay ahead in a constantly changing world with ever increasing levels of information." "CIT Reid is situated in the city, close to stylish cafes, restaurants and bars. The city centre boasts endless shopping choices, live music, entertainment, art galleries, national museums, and is within easy walking distance to the beautiful Lake Burley Griffin. Courses taught at CIT Reid: - ELICOS - Art, Design & Multimedia - Business, Accounting & IT - Hairdressing and Beauty - Hospitality, Tourism & Events - Culinary & Patisserie On-campus facilities: Café Yala, Library, Student Services, CIT Student Association (CITSA) Student Support Office, CITSA Bookshop, CITSA Fresh2Go Canteen, CIT Hair and Beauty Salon, CIT Travel Agency, Apprentice Kitchen, CIT Restaurant, Cafe, squash courts (2)" "What's nearby? -Commonwealth Park -Canberra Centre -New Acton precinct Local landmarks: -Lake Burley Griffin -National Gallery -National Library

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    • Hairdressing

      Type of course Vocational Courses

      Name of course Hairdressing

      Timetable Morning classes, Afternoon classes

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      Overview

      https://international.cit.edu.au/courses/fitness_health_beauty/hairdressing


      Certificate III in Hairdressing

      CRICOS: 094149A National ID: SHB30416


      This full-time course leads you to a sensational hairdressing career. Designed to provide you with all the skills and knowledge to become a qualified hairdresser, our focus is to provide students with real life and hands-on hairdressing experience in readiness to enter this exciting industry. You will have access to the latest quality training resources and products. You will learn from our expert teachers; practise in a real-salon environment (with real clients!) and gain all the skills you need to become a successful hairdresser - including very important skills like communication and quality customer service. On graduation you will be skilled in styling, cutting, colouring and selling and ready to take the hairdressing world by storm.


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    • Commercial Cookery

      Type of course Vocational Courses

      Name of course Commercial Cookery

      Timetable Morning classes, Afternoon classes

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      Overview

      https://international.cit.edu.au/courses/hospitality_tourism_events/commercial_cookery


      Certificate III in Commercial Cookery

      CRICOS: 094147C National ID: SIT30816


      Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery

      CRICOS: 094148B National ID: SIT40516


      Diploma of Hospitality Management - culinary stream

      CRICOS: 090978G National ID: SIT50416


      Skilled chefs are currently in demand and sought after by the hospitality industry worldwide, and cooks have the ability to work in a variety of establishments such as hotels, restaurants, cafés, function and conference centres, private catering companies, healthcare environments or tourism and travel venues.


      Our Certificate III of Commercial Cookery gives you a wide range of well-developed cookery skills and sound knowledge of kitchen operations to prepare food and menu items in a modern kitchen environment.


      If you progress to Certificate IV, this qualification reflects the role of a Chef or Chef de Partie with a supervisory or team leading role responsible for coordinating cooking operations, managing people and work operations independently or with limited guidance.


      The Diploma course will further enhance your repertoire of cookery experience, enabling you to manage business and customer relationships at a high level, as well as to deal with cooking regulations.


      This program also includes 720 paid industry hours (400 for Certificate III, 200 for Certificate IV, 120 for Diploma).


      CIT has close industry links with hotels, restaurants, casinos, bars, and nightclubs in the region. CIT also liaises closely with key industry associations including the Australian Hotels Association, Restaurant Catering Association, Australian TAFE Tourism and Hospitality Educators Association, Tourism Training Australia ACT and Region.


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    • IT Software Development

      Type of course Vocational Courses

      Name of course IT Software Development

      Timetable Morning classes, Afternoon classes, Evening classes

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      Overview

      https://international.cit.edu.au/courses/business_accounting_it/it_software_development


      Certificate IV in Programming

      CRICOS: 086572G National ID: ICT40515


      Diploma of Software Development

      CRICOS: 086684M National ID: ICT50715


      The international software industry is worth hundreds of billions of dollars every year. Future-proof your career and join this booming sector with one of CIT’s Software Development qualifications.


      The Certificate IV program provides you with the skills and knowledge to develop basic programming skills in the most commonly used programming languages, while the Diploma builds on these skills and knowledge to develop competency in programming and software development. With this qualification, you would be able to create new software products to meet an initial project brief or customise existing software products to meet customer needs.


      Students work in CIT’s purpose-built laboratories and undertake practical activities to develop, test and debug software in line with client business requirements.


      Industry placement is not a requirement of the training program. However, CIT endeavours to work with local industry and local state government to provide unpaid work placement opportunities up to 72 hours.


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    • Interior Design

      Type of course Vocational Courses

      Name of course Interior Design

      Timetable Morning classes, Afternoon classes, Evening classes

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      Overview

      https://international.cit.edu.au/courses/art_design_multimedia/interior_design


      Advanced Diploma of Interior Design

      CRICOS: 084363M National ID: MSF60113


      If you want a career as a professional interior designer, then CIT’s Interior Design qualifications are a must. Our students graduate job ready with skills and knowledge to work in any Architectural or Design practice.


      Interior design is an exciting and challenging role; we will guide you through the process of transforming residential and commercial spaces, starting small and moving up to complex commercial and institutional design environments at the Advanced Diploma level.


      The first semester classes give students practical skills to provide advice and assistance on the styling of existing interior spaces. You'll learn about researching and analysis of a client brief, planning and arrangement of a given space, selection of colours, specification of finishes and furnishings and sourcing, costing and purchasing of products, lighting, construction and structural elements along with Building codes and regulations. You will learn how to work with clients, architects, builders, retailers and suppliers.


      A series of interactive projects and live briefs will teach you how to provide confident and proficient creative and technical solutions for interior residential, small commercial and institutional design projects. By developing your design and problem-solving skills, you will learn to utilise furnishings, material and the psychology of design, to work within project parameters, exploring the relationship between human activity and interaction, spatial design and sustainability.


      The Advanced Diploma engages students with designing for complex environments including facilities for people with disabilities, the aged, and adaptive re-use projects, managing the changing nature of design trends, the shift to eco-friendly materials and sustainability, as well as encouraging an appreciation of design culture through historical and theoretical perspectives. The option to do work placement in the industry assists students gaining employment.


      The program utilises different techniques of design communication and take advantage of using the latest software programs in our industry to produce computer-aided drawing, 3D modelling, design and documentation. Our teachers are all working in the industry, which along with site visits and industry involvement ensures the students are given up to date practices, knowledge and skills.


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    • ELICOS

      Type of course General English

      Name of course ELICOS

      Timetable Morning classes, Afternoon classes

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      Overview

      https://international.cit.edu.au/courses/english_study_preparation/english_language


      In a friendly educational environment CIT students will learn English they may require for living and studying in Australia.


      All levels include social and conversational English as these skills are important in any professional, educational or social context. In higher course levels, there is a focus on providing the students with the language and study skills they need for further study in Australia. Generally, our students come from a diverse range of countries and language backgrounds. As a result, students have enhanced opportunities to practise their communication skills.


      Students will also develop confidence in using English through experiencing Australian culture.


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    • Hospitality

      Type of course Vocational Courses

      Name of course Hospitality

      Timetable Morning classes, Afternoon classes

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      Overview

      https://international.cit.edu.au/courses/hospitality_tourism_events/hospitality


      Certificate III in Hospitality

      CRICOS: 090935G National ID: SIT30616


      Certificate IV in Hospitality

      CRICOS: 090951G National ID: SIT40416


      Diploma of Hospitality Management

      CRICOS: 090978G National ID: SIT50416


      Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management

      CRICOS: 091136G National ID: SIT60316


      The hospitality sector has changed a lot recently, and the possibilities have never been more exciting. CIT's Certificate III qualification provides the skills and knowledge you need to work almost anywhere in the sector including clubs, restaurants, airlines, cruise ships, bars, hotels worldwide. Students will experience the full range of bar and restaurant duties at CIT's own functioning fine dining restaurant, cafe and bar.


      If you're ready to step up and lead, Certificate IV is for you. Through a combination of practical and theoretical exercises, you will acquire the essential skills to operate independently and use your discretion to resolve emergencies as they arise. You will also learn how to supervise others including planning, monitoring and evaluating their work.


      The Diploma qualification unlocks the skills you need to coordinate a hospitality business soundly, drawing on your understanding of industry operations and management. You will feel comfortable working independently and having responsibility for others while making critical operational decisions around budgeting, marketing and legal issues.


      Those who aim for the upper echelons of the hospitality industry should take the Advanced Diploma program. This qualification will unleash your talents, combining substantial industry knowledge with specialised managerial skills in sales and marketing, human resources, financial management and business operations. Taking responsibility for others you will learn to make strategic business decisions and develop a long-term plan to chart the success of your enterprise.


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    • International Hotel and Resort Management

      Type of course Vocational Courses

      Name of course International Hotel and Resort Management

      Timetable Morning classes, Afternoon classes

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      Overview

      https://international.cit.edu.au/courses/hospitality_tourism_events/international_hotel_and_resort_management


      Advanced Diploma of International Hotel and Resort Management

      CRICOS: 088023K National ID: 10060NAT


      Prepare for a career that gives you the opportunity to travel and see the world. The Advanced Diploma of International Hotel and Resort Management (10060NAT) (CRICOS: 088023K) is a unique and dynamic course that combines theoretical and practical education. Learn transferable business and management skills while you prepare for an exciting career in the booming hotel and resort industry.


      The qualification will explore and analyse tools and strategies to manage each unique department in a hotel and resort operation on an international scale, including:


      food and beverage operations;

      front office;

      reservations and yield management;

      guest relations;

      human resources; and

      sales and marketing.

      EXPERIENCE THE INDUSTRY FIRST-HAND


      *A four month paid industry placement is a valuable aspect of this signature program for our international students at a leading hotel or resort in Australia and is a key feature of this advanced diploma*. During your industry placement, you will reinforce and expand on the knowledge and skills gained at CIT, allowing you to gain real-world skills in a hotel or resort work environment while you study, giving you hands-on experience to complement your studies.


      * This program supports all students in arranging work placements, with the exception of overseas placements.


      Excursions to local and interstate hotels and resorts are also a component of this course. During your study, you will meet many industry experts, and be taught by current industry professionals who are passionate about sharing their knowledge and experience in this thriving industry.


      Note: The work placement (450 hours in total) may be based in Canberra, another location within Australia or overseas. CIT program coordinator will arrange all local and national work placements. Overseas work placements must be arranged by the student. Students are required to complete the following unit before attending placement to meet industry and CIT student placement policy: SITXFSA101 Use hygienic practices for food safety.


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    • Leadership and Management

      Type of course Vocational Courses

      Name of course Leadership and Management

      Timetable Morning classes, Afternoon classes

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      Overview

      https://international.cit.edu.au/courses/business_accounting_it/leadership_and_management


      Certificate III in Business

      CRICOS: 086804G National ID: BSB30115


      Certificate IV in Leadership and Management

      CRICOS: 088152A National ID: BSB42015


      Diploma of Leadership and Management

      CRICOS: 088151B National ID: BSB51915


      Advanced Diploma of Leadership and Management

      CRICOS: 088150C National ID: BSB61015


      Are you ready to take command? The Certificate III program in Leadership and Management will lay the groundwork for your future success, equipping you with the necessary computing and office skills needed to succeed in entry-level administrative and office positions.


      The next step is Certificate IV, where you will gain the skills and knowledge you need as emerging leaders and managers to excel in a range of enterprise and industry contexts. This will include implementing and managing workplace plans, risk assessments and employee relations.


      A Diploma qualification will build on your knowledge, teaching you to implement operational plans, manage risk and identify and evaluate marketing opportunities. The Advanced Diploma will consolidate and enhance your skills and knowledge, applying specialised skills with leadership and management experience across a range of contexts to draw out your maximum potential.


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    • Patisserie

      Type of course Vocational Courses

      Name of course Patisserie

      Timetable Morning classes, Afternoon classes

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      Overview

      https://international.cit.edu.au/courses/hospitality_tourism_events/patisserie


      Certificate III in Patisserie

      CRICOS: 094135G National ID: SIT31016


      Certificate IV in Patisserie

      CRICOS: 094146D National ID: SIT40716


      Diploma of Hospitality Management - culinary stream

      CRICOS: 090978G National ID: SIT50416


      If cooking creative and complex dessert dishes is your dream, the patisserie qualifications are for you. You will be given the skills and experience to succeed in the preparation of pastries, chocolate and sugar work, yeast goods, gateaux, cake, and petit fours. On completion of the course, exciting employment opportunities exist across the hospitality industry including hotels, conference centres, cruise liners, cafes, restaurants and artisan food outlets.


      The Certificate III program will provide you with all the cooking skills needed in a patisserie, while the Certificate IV program will give you the skills and knowledge to lead pastry kitchens on the operational side. The Diploma and Advanced Diploma is for students who want to handle high level business, strategic, financial and personnel functions of the broader Hospitality sector.


      Students enrolled in the Certificate III Patisserie program can enhance their ability to lead a commercial pastry kitchen team by doing further study in with the Culinary Diploma of Hospitality, which will further develop their management and business skills.


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    • IT Networking

      Type of course Vocational Courses

      Name of course IT Networking

      Timetable Morning classes, Afternoon classes, Evening classes

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      https://international.cit.edu.au/courses/business_accounting_it/it_networking


      Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology

      CRICOS: 086487E National ID: ICT30115


      Certificate IV in Information Technology (Networking)

      CRICOS: 086552A National ID: ICT40415


      Diploma of Information Technology (Networking)

      CRICOS: 086633M National ID: ICT50415


      The programs in IT networking provides students with the skills and knowledge to manage, design and build networks to cater for a wide range of scenarios.


      The Certificate III course will teach you how to manage an existing network using a range of industry–relevant network operating systems, and will skill you to provide support and administration using the newest and most highly-used IT systems.


      Certificate IV and Diploma courses will grant you an understanding of network principles and will conclude with a major project to design and build a complex network in CIT’s purpose–built laboratories.


      Industry placement is not a requirement of the training program. However, CIT endeavours to work with local industry and local state government to provide unpaid work placement opportunities up to 72 hours.


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