Enrolment Policy



This policy outlines the principles for managing applications from students wishing to undertake accredited and non-accredited courses delivered by CEAV Institute.




This policy applies to the following ACCE and CEAV Institute staff:

·        Students applying for positions in accredited and non-accredited courses with CEAV Institute

·        CEAV Institute Training and Assessment Staff

·        CEAV Career Counsellors and Administration staff.




CEAV Institute supports the principle that all members of the community have the right to access accredited and non-accredited courses delivered by CEAV Institute, regardless of gender, age, culture, disability or disadvantage. We aim to provide information and identify the most suitable and appropriate course for clients. CEAV Institute aims to manage enrolments from individual students in the most efficient and effective manner.


CEAV Institute staff will inform students prior to enrolments about CEAV Institute fees and charges, eligibility for government funding, eligibility for Credit Transfer or Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and course content, delivery and assessment – including any pre-requisites, manuals or special requirements.


Information about CEAV Institute Courses and enrolment requirements will be available on CEAV Institute website and in the CEAV Institute Student Handbook.


Related Documents


Accredited Enrolment form

Key stages in the student journey

Recognition of Prior Learning Procedure

RPL Kits – Parts A, B & C

Language Literacy and Numeracy Policy




Related Legislation



·        National Vocational Education and Training Regulator Act 2011, including the July 2020 amendments

·        Commonwealth Privacy Act 1988 and Amendments

·        National Privacy Principles

·        Public Records Act 1973


·        Education and Training Reform Act 2006

·        Victorian Privacy Act 2008

·        Privacy and Data Protection Act 2014 (Vic)


Approved by



The Committee of Management


Signed:  Date:  2nd February 2021


Review Date


Effective from:                 February 2021


Review date:                    February 2023