Established in 1986, Queensland International Business Academy is a Registered Training Organisation. It provides nationally accredited English and business courses for Australian and international students.
Provider CRICOS: 01515J
Transfering your previous study credits
National Recognition Procedurepar The following procedure is to be applied by QIBA upon receipt of an application for national recognition:par Step 1: We will provide sufficient information to candidates to inform them of opportunities for alternative pathways via national recognition and the national recognition policy. Ideally, this information should be provided to candidates prior to enrolment.
Step 2: To apply for national recognition, the applicant must complete and submit the following documentation to QIBA:par -Credit Transfer Application Form;par -Certified copy of the qualification or statement of attainment; andpar -Enrolment application for the training program applicable to the units of competency for which national recognition is requested.
Step 3: On receipt of the application, we will check the qualification or statement of attainment for authenticity and grant national recognition for the equivalent units of competency that have been completed at any other Registered Training Organisation.
Step 4: Where the units of competency do not align with the units of competency requested, further information is to be sought in the form of the Training Package mapping guide if available.
Step 5: Verified copies of qualifications and statements of attainment used as the basis for granting national recognition must be kept on the learner file.par Step 6: The completed national recognition application form must be signed by the learner and QIBA Principal (or delegate) and retained on the learner's file at QIBA.
Step 7: Students will be notified in writing of the outcome of their application. This may include issuing statements of attainment or qualifications awarded through national recognition in accordance with our Certification policies and procedure.