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Structure of Courses Offered

All programs offered consist of a series of core units (units that must be completed) and /or elective units (units that may be selected from a pre-determined list in order to make up the qualification).

Depending on your requirements you may elect to enrol in a full qualification, one or more units of competency, or a nationally recognised skill set.

Enrolling in a Course

Once you have selected your professional development pathway, it’s as easy as calling (07) 3841 8011 to enrol.  Our friendly staff are waiting for your call and can help you with any queries you may have regarding your program, qualifications availability and cost.  To enrol in a course, an Enrolment Form must be completed, and you must agree to these Conditions of Study. If you are commencing or continuing training in 2015, you will also need to provide IPS Institute with you Unique Student Identifier (see below). Other eligibility requirements may be applicable; please contact IPS Institute for details.

Unique Student Identifier

Students undertaking Nationally Recognised Training from 1 January 2015 must provide to their Registered Training Organisation their Unique Student Identifier (USI). The USI is a reference number made up of numbers and letters that gives students access to their USI account. A USI will allow an individual to see all of their training results from all providers including all completed training units and qualifications. The USI is accessible online and can be created at no cost to the student. Once created, the USI is attached to your record for life which will allow for a comprehensive record of your achievements for units or modules attained in the Nationally Recognised Training system.

IPS Institute cannot issue a qualification or statement of attainment to a student until they have provided their USI and it has been verified. You may apply for a USI at Exceptions may apply for international students; please contact IPS Institute on (07) 3841 8011 for further information.

For more information on the conditions of study. Please download the conditions of study form, or contact us.