How Do I Apply?
There is a four step process for enrolment into Acts2CoME. Please read carefully and follow the steps. The purpose of these steps is to help recommend the most appropriate course, find out the support that you need and achieve success. There are no exemptions for LLN Assessment. If you are enrolling online, please make sure it is the right course. If you are not sure please contact the college.
Four Step Process
STEP 1. Complete Application for Enrolment Form
Applications can be submitted in hardcopy or scanned and emailed. The $55.00 non-refundable application fee should accompany applications, either through bank deposit into the following account or in cash/cheque at the College.
Account name: Acts 2 College of Mission & Evangelisation
BSB Number: 016-412
Account Number: 489571617
Reference: Application/Surname & Initial
Please include a copy of photo ID of yourself with your application.
STEP 2. Learning, literacy and numeracy (LLN) Assessment
In line with the increasing awareness of literacy and numeracy issues in vocational training and government regulation around this concern, applicants are now required to complete an LLN assessment to ensure each student has the appropriate skill level.
Should gaps be identified, options will be investigated to support applicants in reaching the necessary levels. This support may occur either prior to enrolment, if the gap is significant, or if the gap is minor, during normal training in the chosen course at the college. Testing is online through the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) using validated tools which will test your reading and writing skills. LLN levels for our units and courses have been set in reference to the Australian Core Skills Framework.
Please contact the college to obtain a log-in to enable you to complete the testing.
STEP 3. Enrolment Interview
Full time students are invited for an enrolment interview. Online students studying full time can do this online by arrangement with the college, if required.
STEP 4. Apply For a Unique Student Identifier (USI)
Government requirements require anyone who is studying a vocational education to have a USI before Certificates can be issued.
The USI will allow all of an individual’s training records, entered in the national vocational education and training (VET) data collection, to be linked.
To apply for a USI, click here