Established in 1999, Kordon Training Management Systems Pty Ltd (RTO No. 121748) is an Australian nationally recognised Registered Training Organisation dedicated to delivering specialised training solutions to the Vocational Education and Training sector. KIT offers a range of flexible and customisable nationally accredited VET courses (Certificate II, III, IV; Diploma, Advanced Diploma) in Competitive Systems and Practices (CSP), Food Processing, Hospitality, and Commercial Cookery. Additionally, they also offer several non-accredited short courses including: Six Sigma, lean programs, continuous improvement, business leadership and quality management. Courses encompass interactive face-to-face training in the workplace, classroom and online. Their guiding principles, high ethical standards and innovative approach ensure that all their students and clients receive high quality customisable training solutions that best suit their particular needs.
Transfering your previous study credits
Policypar 1. Kordon Institute of Technology (KIT) will not require any student to repeat any unit or module which they have already been assessed as Competent unless there is a license condition or regulatory requirement that requires this.
2. All students will be offered the opportunity to apply for credit for previously completed studies during the enrolment process. Credit can be accessed by a student by completing the Credit Application Form and submitting relevant supporting documents.
3. Where a student can provide certified copies of AQF certification documentation issued by another RTO or authorised issuing organisation, Kordon Institute of Technology (KIT) will provide credit for that unit or module.
4. Where evidence has been provided of previous study being completed at another RTO, university or other authorised issuing organisation, an analysis as to the equivalence of study completed with the relevant units in the student's enrolment with Kordon Institute of Technology (KIT) will be undertaken.
5. All evidence provided as part of an application for Credit will be authenticated by contacting the organisation that issued relevant documents to confirm the content is valid.
6. Credit will not be issued where there is a licensing or regulatory requirement that restricts the issuing of Credit.