What is an R.T.O?
An R.T.O is a Registered Training Organisation delivering Vocational Education and Training courses in Australia.
The courses offered at RTOs focus towards the skills and knowledge required for specific employment in industry. All the courses are based on practical and hands-on experience according to the Australian government's requirements and standards. Specified in the Australian Qualifications Framework, known as AQF. RTOs can be either privately registered businesses or government owned Technical and Further Education (TAFE) institutions.
You can download the application form from our Website and send it, together with all relevant documentation, to our office in either Melbourne or Colombo, where our Training Manager will assess your application, and advice of the outcome. You can also call into one of our offices and we will be happy to assist you with your enquiry and answer any questions you may have.
- Course fees vary depending on the selected course.
- Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) (This cost is subject to change)
It is compulsory that all students studying in Australia have Health Insurance.
- Course fees vary depending on the selected course (all material fees included in the course fee)
For international students, OSHC fee and first semester course fee must be paid prior to commencement of course. Upon receipt of funds, a COE will be issued for you to lodge with your visa application. Prior to the start of each semester an invoice will be issued and must be paid before that semester starts. Please note that payment plans are available for all courses on offer at CBTC.
At CBTC, students are encouraged as adults to take responsibility for their own learning and to be active in the learning process. CBTC's courses are designed to be interactive and encourage all students to manage their own learning processes under the direction of their teacher.
You are encouraged to further explore this website to gain a better understanding of the CBTC learning environment and the courses offered at the Institute. You are also welcome to phone, email or call into any of our branches for further information.
CBTC has a professional team of educators who are committed to providing quality programs to ensure that the individual learning needs of students are met. Lecturers are available to assist students with any specific learning requirements.
CBTC has an access and equity policy for ensuring that special learning support for people with a disability is provided so that they can achieve the same educational recognition.
When you enroll at CBTC you are committing yourself to a national education and training system of qualifications that are designed for employment and are accepted in any part of Australia. These qualifications receive advanced standing into selected Australian Universities, thus allowing CBTC graduates to further their studies.