Courses for International Students

International Courses

  • Diploma Of Nursing

    Incorporating 5 clinical work placements, this hands-on qualification provides you with the skills and knowledge required to be eligible for registration with AHPRA (Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency) to work as an Enrolled Nurse in Australia.

    This course includes a minimum of 400 hours of mandatory clinical placement.

    Special note: Prior to undertaking clinical placements all students must obtain a National Police Check, a Working With Children Check (WWCC) and prescribed immunisations. A list of required immunisations will be supplied by the Institute.

    It is now a requirement that students who have been a citizen or permanent resident of any country other than Australia or reside in any other single country other than Australia for 12 months or more are required to provide the following:
    - Nation-wide check of criminal history produced by the relevant national authority (certified English translation); or international criminal history check issued by an AHPRA approved supplier.

    Students will be responsible for the costs associated with these requirements.

    If placements are undertaken outside of metropolitan Melbourne any accommodation and travel costs that may be incurred will be the responsibility of the student.

    It is advisable to bring your medical and immunisation records with you for offshore applicants. Test results will be accepted if they were obtained within the two (2) years before the date you apply for enrolment.

    In a typical week, Diploma of Nursing students will usually attend classes three days per week with approximately 60 percent theory and 40 percent coursework practical placement. Classes will be scheduled between 9:00am and 4:00pm Monday to Friday.

    Coursework practical placement is usually shift work, Monday to Friday, typically between the hours of 7am to 3:30pm and 1pm to 9:30pm, but may vary between health providers.

    The teaching methods used include lectures, class discussions, flexible delivery, group work and coursework practical placement. The assessment methods include tests, assignments, class presentations, posters, reports, skills assessment, work sheets and coursework practical placement.

    Our course delivery features a combination of on-campus and remote (online) learning. This flexibility allows our students to continue to study in a safe, guided and supported manner.

    Modes of Study

    This course requires face to face classroom study and compulsory work placement (arranged by Kangan Institute) of 400 hours

    Major study areas

    * Occupational health and safety
    * Infection prevention
    * Cultural diversity
    * Indigenous health
    * Law and ethics
    * Client assessment
    * Wound management
    * Medications
    * Professional nursing
    * Communications skills
    * Critical thinking
    * Mental health
    * Chronic health
    * Older clients
    * Australian healthcare system
    * First aid
    * Acute and complex nursing care
    * Develop work priorities
    * Primary health care
    * Palliative care

     

    Code : HLT54115
    CRICOS Code : 093795A
    Length : 

    2 years 3 months

    Campus : Essendon Campus
  • Certificate IV In Accounting And Bookkeeping

    This course has been designed to give you the skills to undertake the role of a contract bookkeeper within a large organisation. You will learn how to perform duties such as establishing and maintaining accounting systems, assisting with business or business activity statements, processing payroll and developing management systems for organisations.

    Our course delivery features a combination of on-campus and remote (online) learning. This flexibility allows our students to continue to study in a safe, guided and supported manner.

    Code : FNS40217
    CRICOS Code : 099712E
    Length : 

    6 months

    Campus : Broadmeadows Campus, Broadmeadows Campus
  • Diploma Of Accounting

    The course provides training in accounting procedures to assist senior accountants or undertake duties requiring the services of a professional accountant. Students will gain broad-based skills and knowledge in accounting specialisations, including corporate financial accounting, financial management, cost and management accounting, accounting systems and internal controls, and taxation.

    Our course delivery features a combination of on-campus and remote (online) learning. This flexibility allows our students to continue to study in a safe, guided and supported manner.

    Code : FNS50217
    CRICOS Code : 099713D
    Length : 

    6 months

    Campus : Broadmeadows Campus, Broadmeadows Campus
  • Certificate III In Commercial Cookery

    If you’ve got a passion for cooking, this course will get you industry ready with the skills, knowledge and experience you need to start working in a commercial kitchen environment. From practical food production, hygiene and menu costing to OH&S practices and basic nutrition our expert teachers will help you transition from the classroom into real jobs with confidence and flair. You’ll also gain real skills and an industry edge training in our on-campus and fully licensed Richards Restaurant.

    Our course delivery features a combination of on-campus and remote (online) learning. This flexibility allows our students to continue to study in a safe, guided and supported manner.

     

     

    Major Study Areas

    * Leadership
    * Cookery skills
    * Restaurant operations
    * Stock control
    * OHS
    * Menu planning and costing

    Code : SIT30816
    CRICOS Code : 095453G
    Length : 

    1 year

    Campus : Broadmeadows Campus, Broadmeadows Campus
  • Diploma Of Applied Fashion Design And Merchandising

    This course is designed to be both an entry level qualification in fashion design and its related skills as well as a qualification providing skills for employment as an advanced patternmaker and garment technician. Skills involve the use of both manual and digital design tools, and may be applied at various stages of the supply chain.

    Design outcomes build on technical production skills and provide a basis for career progression to design. Students work through industry base collaborative projects that are designed to develop their skills set and market knowledge while enhancing future job prospects. A portfolio is not required to apply for this course.

    Our course delivery features a combination of on-campus and remote (online) learning. This flexibility allows our students to continue to study in a safe, guided and supported manner.

    Major Study Areas

    • Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices
    • Apply design studio processes to meet client brief
    • Assess impact of current fashion industry innovation & practices
    • Produce fashion illustrations to assist product visualisation
    • Interact and network with fashion industry participants
    • Develop and present design concepts within specific guidelines
    • Identify fibres, fabrics and textiles used in the TCF industry
    Code : MST50119
    CRICOS Code : 0100777
    Length : 

    1.5 years

    Campus : Cremorne Campus, Cremorne Campus
  • IELTS Preparation

    The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is a qualification that measures English language proficiency, and is recognised by over 9,000 organisations across the world, including universities, colleges, organisations and immigration authorities. This English language program focuses on exam techniques by developing key English language skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing for the IELTS exam. Prepare for your IELTS test and gain an internationally recognised English qualification with Kangan Institute. Kangan Institute’s experienced English language teachers and IELTS examiners have designed a course to provide you with the English language skills that you need to improve your performance and scoring potential on the IELTS exam and to succeed. Completing your IELTS examination will enable you to gain residency in Australia, improved your employment prospects within Australia and to move into further study within Australia. The IELTS preparation course provides English language students with the assistance they need to understand the structure of the IELTS test and achieve the score required to progress their careers. This English language course is designed by experienced English language teachers and IELTS examiners. The class focuses on test practices, techniques and regular mock examinations.

    Our IELTS course runs in 10 week blocks, each week is charged at $230.

    The course aims to help students in the following ways:

    • Develop English language skills in reading, writing, listening and speaking
    • Improve competencies in pronunciation, grammar and vocabulary
    • Gain knowledge of the test procedures, format and type of questions
    • Learn effective strategies for listening and reading tests
    • Improve speaking capabilities
    • Undertake effective writing tasks
    • Improve through ongoing feedback and support from experienced IELTS teachers

    Our course delivery features a combination of on-campus and remote (online) learning. This flexibility allows our students to continue to study in a safe, guided and supported manner.

     

    Code : IELTS
    CRICOS Code : 073681K
    Length : 

    10 week blocks

    Campus : Docklands (ACE)
  • English For Academic Purposes

    English for Academic Purposes prepares students for further study in either Foundation programs, TAFE courses or University studies. The course will further hone students existing English language skills while focusing on the development of academic English. It allows you to master English language skills needed for academic success through in an environment through discussions, presentations and project work.

    This involves:

    • Preparing students with presentation skills
    • Writing of academic conventions
    • Effective listening and note-taking
    • Effective reading and academic texts
    • Research and independent academic skills
    • Higher-order grammar


    You will learn to:

    • Read academic materials and practice reading techniques
    • Write essays, summaries and reports
    • Present in seminars and presentations using academic conventions
    • Express ideas and facts through academic spoken and written discourse
    • Develop the academic skills and use academic conventions to succeed in an Australian higher-study environment

    Our course delivery features a combination of on-campus and remote (online) learning. This flexibility allows our students to continue to study in a safe, guided and supported manner.

    Code : EAP1
    CRICOS Code : 091820K
    Length : 

    10 weeks

    Campus : Docklands (ACE)
  • General English

    Our General English courses run in 10 week blocks. You may enrol in up to 40 weeks of ELICOS, each week is charged at $230.

    Each week students will complete a unit of the core textbook, Speakout, in addition to supplementary activities including presentations, discussions and formal writing (paragraphs, essays and reports). Classes integrate the macro skills of listening, reading, writing and speaking in addition to introducing key vocabulary and grammatical structures and encourage active participation through the use of communicative activities, games, the latest online resources and use of Smartboards, Smart phones and iPads.

    There are five levels in General English:

    • Elementary
    • Pre-intermediate
    • Intermediate
    • Upper Intermediate
    • Advanced

    Our course delivery features a combination of on-campus and remote (online) learning. This flexibility allows our students to continue to study in a safe, guided and supported manner.

    Code : TIS1
    CRICOS Code : 020685M
    Length : 

    10 week blocks

    Campus : Docklands (ACE)
  • Diploma Of Community Services

    Our Diploma of Community Services (CHC52015) is designed to provide you with knowledge and skills in community development, casework and group work. This community services course prepares you to work as a social welfare worker, and provides you with an understanding of human rights, cultural inclusion, Indigenous culture, issues and strategies for effective service delivery.

    Our Diploma of Community Services is also ACWA (Australian Community Workers Association) Accredited.

    This qualification reflects the roles of community services, case management and social housing workers involved in the managing, co-ordinating and/or delivering of person-centred services to individuals, groups and communities. At this level, workers have specialised skills in community services and work autonomously under broad directions from senior management. Workers are usually providing direct support to individuals or groups of individuals. Workers may also have responsibility for the supervision of other workers and volunteers and/or case management; program coordination or the development of new business opportunities.

    Special note: Prior to undertaking clinical work placement all students must obtain an International Police Check, Victorian Police Check and Working with Children Clearance (WWCC). Students will be responsible for the costs associated with requirements. If placements are taken outside of metropolitan Melbourne any accommodation costs that may be incurred will be the responsibility of the student.

    Our course delivery features a combination of on-campus and remote (online) learning. This flexibility allows our students to continue to study in a safe, guided and supported manner.

    To enroll with Kangan Institute, you are no longer mandated to have evidence of your COVID 19 Vaccination. It is important to note that as a part of your studies, you will be required to complete a placement component. While no longer mandated, individual Placement hosts will be guided by their individual policies and procedures in relation to vaccination requirements for staff and students. Students who are attending a community services organisation for placement purposes will need to comply with the policies and procedures of their host service.

    Modes of Study

    This course requires face to face classroom study and compulsory work placement (arranged by Kangan Institute) of 400 hours

    Major study areas

    • Workplace communication strategies
    • Diversity
    • Legal and ethical compliance
    • Workplace health and safety
    • Advocacy and representation
    • Community development strategies
    • Case management
    Code : CHC52015
    CRICOS Code : 094073E
    Length : 

    1.5 years

    Campus : Broadmeadows Campus
  • Certificate IV In Automotive Mechanical Diagnosis

    The Certificate IV in Automotive Mechanical Diagnosis course provides advanced training for automotive technicians who want to further develop their diagnostic and technical skills. This automotive diagnostics course enables participants to enter employment in a senior, supervisory, or managerial role within the automotive and repair industry.

    Modes of Study

    This course requires face to face classroom study and compulsory work placement (arranged by Kangan Institute) of 200 hours.Classes will be scheduled between 8.00am to 9.00pm Monday to Friday. Timetables will be confirmed at orientation. 

     

    Major Study Areas

    • Mechanical and electrical systems, maintenance, service and repair
    • Diagnosis of complex faults in automotive vehicle systems
    • Reports and technical document development
    • Interpreting and producing technical

     

    Code : AUR40216
    CRICOS Code : 091651M
    Length : 

    6 months

    Campus : Docklands (ACE)
  • Diploma Of Automotive Technology

    This qualification will enable you to diagnose, analyse and evaluate faults in vehicle sub systems. You will develop your skills in researching and presenting technical reports. You will learn in varying environments from lectures, practical demonstrations through to experiencing servicing and repairing vehicles in both a simulated and automotive work placement program.

    Modes of Study

    This course requires face to face classroom study and compulsory work placement (arranged by Kangan Institute) of 200 hours. Classes will be scheduled between 8.00am and 9.00pm Monday to Friday. Timetables will be confirmed at orientation.

     

    Code : AUR50216
    CRICOS Code : 091698G
    Length : 

    6 months

    Campus : Docklands (ACE)
  • Certificate III In Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology

    This course aims to provide you with knowledge and skills in the field of light vehicle mechanics. You will study a range of specialist modules including petrol fuel systems, cooling systems and associated components, transmissions (automatic), final drive assemblies, diagnostic procedures and electronic drive management systems.

    Modes of Study

    This course requires face to face classroom study and compulsory work placement (arranged by Kangan Institute) of 300 hours. Classes will be scheduled between 8.00am and 9.00pm Monday to Friday. Timetables will be confirmed at orientation.

     

    Major Study Areas

    • Mechanical and electrical systems, maintenance, service and repair
    • Diagnosis of complex faults in automotive vehicle systems
    • Reports and technical document development
    • Report and document development
    • Interpreting and producing technical drawings through CAD (Computer Aided Design)

     

    Code : AUR30620
    CRICOS Code : 103615A
    Length : 

    1 year

    Campus : Docklands (ACE)
  • Certificate III In Baking

    Are you passionate about bread? If you are the person who cannot resist the fragrance of hot bread straight from the oven or the taste of hand crafted Pastries or decorated cakes then this program is for you. At Kangan Institute we will inspire you to create the best artisan breads, you also learn commercial bread production, cake decorating and pastry production. You will learn from industry award winning trainers, passing on their expertise in the baking industry. When you study with us, you will be trained in our brand new bakery facilities that include the latest commercial equipment providing you with a real industry experience and preparing you for a real job.

    Our course delivery features a combination of on-campus and remote (online) learning. This flexibility allows our students to continue to study in a safe, guided and supported manner.

    NOTE: This course has a training package upgrade and is expected to change. 

    Major study areas

    • Food Safety
    • OHS
    • Bread dough
    • Pastry
    • Baking bread
    • Sponges
    • Cookies
    • Cakes
    • Fillings & diagnosing faults
    Code : FBP30517
    CRICOS Code : 099717M
    Length : 

    1 year

    Campus : Broadmeadows Campus