Our courses are open to everyone. It is not necessary to be a Monash student or staff member.
Age restrictions may apply to some courses. We encourage those with disabilities to enrol.
To enrol select a course via the courses navigation or the icons top right, then click enrol.
If you would like to send an expression of interest to the centre regarding a course you haven’t seen please click here.
How to Enrol into Nationally Recognised Courses (Certificate & Diploma level)
1. Enrolment forms can be downloaded on the course page you are interested in or enquiries can be made through our office who will then send out an enrolment form.
2. Before you come in, make sure you have read and understood all the information in The Student Information Handbook (Downloaded here: Student Information Handbook ) and in the course information booklet and ensure you meet the pre-requisites or other conditions of enrolment.
3. Complete enrolment form at home.
4. Create a USI (Unique Student Identifier) through www.usi.gov.au. Make sure you bring your USi number with you on enrolment.
4. To submit your enrolment, YOU need to bring it into MONASH Training and Professional Development office, Level 1, Room 159, Campus Centre, Monash University Clayton. NO enrolments will be accepted via email or post (This process will take up to 30mins, please allow time for this).
5. When you come into the MONASH Training and Professional Development office, please bring ORIGINALS of the following with you:
– Your completed enrolment form
– Driver License
– Medicare Card or;
– A current passport (Australian or New Zealand) or;
– Birth Certificate or;
– Naturalization certificate or;
– Formal documentation issued by the Australian Department of Immigration and Citizenship confirming permanent residence
– Any enrolment paperwork that is required for the course you wish to enrol into
– Credit card Detail if you wish to make part payments
– Any relevant concession cards, pension cards etc.
6. While your enrolment is being processed you will be required to complete a pre-training review and language, literacy and numeracy assessment. This must be done in person and completed by you, any such assessments not completed in the presence of a staff member will not be accepted.
7. Discuss government funding, concessions or payment plans with staff and make appropriate arrangements for the payment of fees.
Retrenched workers can be exempt from the upskilling requirement of the Government Funding eligibility criteria. you will need to have a training referral letter from a Regional Manager, Industry Engagement, Department of Education and Training as evidence of your retrenchment. You must commence training within 12 months of the date on the letter.