If you have:
then you may have developed skills and knowledge that will count towards a qualification.
Skills Recognition means you don’t have to study things you already know. It makes study more enticing, more enjoyable, more relevant and less time consuming. It also allows you to reach your goal more quickly – whether it is to increase your job prospects, gain a promotion, change your career or advance to a higher qualification.
Contact CIT on 02 6207 3188 to identify your Skills Recognition options
If you have studied a nationally accredited program at another Australian Institution previously (whether you completed your qualification or not) you will not be charged a fee to have this study acknowledged. If you can provide a formal transcript from this study you are also not required to provide evidence of learning or undertake an interview.
If you are looking to have your work or life experience recognised you will be charged at the normal rate for each subject you apply for. These rates vary depending on which qualification you will be studying.
(Please note that it is not possible to receive recognition for 100% of a degree qualification.)
For partial recognition for your studies you should meet with your Pastoral Care Officer. You will meet your Pastoral Care Support Officer when you attend the February or July Orientation Day. Or, you can contact your Pastoral Care Support Officer using the contact details you will be given when you start studies at CIT.
For full recognition against a CIT qualification you should contact the International Services Unit and make an appointment to meet with the Student Manager.