Established in 2015, National Institute of Education and Technology is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO Code: 41422) which provides accredited training and related courses to students in Australia. National Institute of Education and Technology offers 56 courses across 13 study fields. National Institute of Education and Technology courses are offered in 2 locations. You can view their campus locations by clicking on the campus tab. If you would like to learn more about National Institute of Education and Technology you can use the contact form listed on our page or you can visit the National Institute of Education and Technology website directly at https://niet.edu.au/.
Entry requirements for National Institute of Education and Technology
Australian year 11 certificate or equivalent; or Pass NIET Entry test;
Transfering your previous study credits
Learners are able to have their competency from prior learning and work experience recognised in this qualification through the following arrangements:par RPL is the acknowledgement of skills and knowledge obtained through formal Training:par Previous courses run by training providers or in-house trainingpar Work experience: on the job experience, including informal training.par Life experience: community group involvement, family activities, sports, hobbies, leisure activities, unpaid work, organising events, and/or travelpar Applications for RPL will be assessed on an individual basis. Each applicant will need to provide the necessary evidence documentation to demonstrate their competency in accordance with the competency requirement of the relevant qualification for which they are applying for RPL. Documentation of prior learning is the most common form of evidence, however, there are also other forms of evidence including third party observations, self-assessment reviews, verbal questioning, phone interviews and real work samples such as logbooks, lesson plans, meeting minutes etc.par It is up to the student to compile the evidence, in consultation with a trainer once they have enrolled. Evidence documents will be assessed against the rules of evidence namely:par Validitypar Authenticitypar Currencypar Sufficiencypar Students may also apply for a credit transfer upon enrolment. It provides a means for students to gain credit on the basis of completed components of another AQF qualification or other formal learning. The credit transfer process involves:
Mapping, comparing and evaluating the extent to which the learning outcome, discipline content and assessment requirements of the individual components of one qualification are equivalent to the learning outcomes, discipline content and assessment requirements of the individual components of another qualification.par Making a judgement about the credit to be assigned between the matched components of the two qualifications.