How To Enrol
Enrolling at LarShar is easier than you think, we do have policy and procedures to follow but you can be starting your learning journey quicker than you think.
Our enrolments can be done face to face you can call in to the college with your paper work, click on the enrolment form link at the bottom of the page and fill out the form or download and email the enrolment form with all of the supporting documents and we can process it once your admin fee has cleared.
To enrol, all you need to do is fill out the enrolment form, pay your admin fee to hold your placement and provide us with the following documents.
Original or Certified Photocopy of the original documents:
Australian Birth Certificate, current Australian or New Zealand Passport, a naturalisation certificate,
or a current Medicare card.
If you have started or completed any other qualifications, your Certificate and/or Statement of Attainment
A concession or health care card if enrolling in a government funded program
Other information that you will need to supply
Secondary School learners’ will also need their LUI number so that we can bank your achievements into your QCAA account.
All students who study in any courses in Australia from 1 January 2015, must also have a Unique Student Identifier (USI) number. You can make one on the USI website.
All students enrolling in a course with us must satisfactorily complete a Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) test, before being the program. This is to ensure that you are enrolling in a course that you will be able to complete and that meets your LLN requirements. The LLN will be emailed to you through our third party, Survey Monkey, so keep an eye out as it need to be done.
You will also find our induction manual for download it is a requirement that you have read the manual so your are familiar with LarShar College of Beaute & Hair's policy and procedures.
It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that all policies are clearly understood before enrolling, and if not, to seek clarification from the college.
Cost of your Selected Program.
The cost of the programs may vary from student to student depending on their learning needs, such as credit transfer, RPL, gap training, Certificate 3 Guarantee, Vetis programs or just wanting to study single units. The student cost is indicative only and subject to change.
You will also require kits for some of the practical units in the programs but as we endeavour to source the best possible prices for our learners, they may frequently change so it best to ask the college for the current prices.
Contact LarShar College to find out the cost of the program you are interested in.
Paying for your Program
LarShar College of Beaute & Hair offers its learners different ways to pay for their programs.
We have a interest free payment plan which is direct debited from your nominated account. Pay as you go, meaning you pay for the unit when enrolling. You can also be invoiced and pay via direct debit from your account or Bpay, if pay by these methods you will not receive any learning material until funds are cleared.
What may effect the price of your program
Credit Transfer (CT) is a process that provides credit for a unit of competency previously achieved. This means that if you have completed a unit of competency at another Australian Registered Training Organisation, that is identical to one in the program you are enrolling you may be eligible for Credit Transfer and you won’t need to complete that unit again. For the Credit Transfer, you must provide evidence of the outcomes by supplying the original Statement of Attainment or Certificate.
Units of competency are defined in Training Packages which are periodically updated, so there can be occasions where a unit of competency that you have completed may not exactly match the new unit of competency; in these cases you will be referred to the Recognition of Prior Learning process or gap training.
LarShar College of Beaute & Hair recognise and accepts all qualifications and statement of attainments from other registered training organisation based in a State/Territory of Australia
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) refers to recognition of competencies currently held obtained through informal learning regardless of how, when or where the learning occurred. Under AQTF, competencies may be attained in a number of ways, including formal or informal training, education, work experience or general life experience. In order to grant RPL, the assessor must be confident that the you are currently competent as defined within the National Training Package or outcomes specified in accredited courses.
The evidence may take a variety of forms and may include certification, reference from past employers, testimonials from clients and work samples. The assessor must ensure that the evidence is authentic, valid, reliable, current and sufficient.
A evidence kit will be supplied to you if you are applying for RPL. RPL fees apply.