Established in 2001, National College of Vocational education is a Registered Training Organisation with offices located in Brisbane, Batemans Bay, Canberra and Wollongong. The training offered is flexible, enabling clients to choose the method/s of delivery. These methods include classroom, on-line,distance or a combination of these methods depending on the needs of the participant. The National college of Vocational Education offer the BSB42615 Certificate IV in new Small Business Management to suitable participants, under the New Enterprise Incentive Scheme (NEIS). The NEIS Program assists eligible unemployed people to start their own businesses. The National College of Vocational Education is flexible in its delivery methods, offering on the job training, online, and classroom based training. The method of delivery will be decided after a discussion with the client (and their employer if needed) and will be varied to suit the clients needs. All courses are designed to meet the student's needs and will be done in consultation with both the client and employer. The elective units chosen would be altered or adjusted to suit the desired job outcome sought, or local industry requirements. The National College of Vocational Education also offers training in Certificate IV in small business management to existing businesses, Certificate IV in Leadership and Management, Diploma of Business and Diploma of Leadership and Management, Certificate III in Retail and Certificate II in Retail Services, Certificate II in Hospitality, and Certificate III in Hospitality, Certificate III in Individual support (Ageing and disability support) and Certificate IV in Ageing support.
Transfering your previous study credits
NCVE acknowledges the requirement as a Registered Training Organisation to recognise the awards issued by other RTO's. This is limited to outcomes that are drawn from the national skills framework being units of competency awarded and accurately identified in statements of attainment and qualifications. If credit transfer is being sought for a unit of competence which has a different title or code, then it is necessary to establish the equivalence between the unit held and the unit being sought. In many cases this information can be found in mapping documents published in the relevant Training Package or by State registering authorities who provide purchasing guidelines or mapping guides. As a general guide, if there is no such mapping available then the College is not obliged to recognise the unit through credit transfer. In these circumstances, the applicant should be referred for recognition in accordance with Recognition policies and procedures.par An applicant will be required to present his or her statement of attainment or qualification for examination by the NCvE. These documents will provide the detail of what units of competence the applicant has been previously issued.