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Transition & Pathway Courses
Transition & Pathway Courses
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Transition & Pathway Courses

Adult, Community and Further Education pre-accredited training programs are short modular courses, which focus on creating pathways for learners to return to study, improve their literacy and numeracy skills, continue further education, or gain employment.

Some examples of ACFE programs we offer via the Centre for Adult Education include:

  • Talking English
  • Writers Workshop
  • Website and Blogs
  • Introduction to Computers
  • Computers for Work – The Modern Office
  • New Pathways
  • Prepare for Visual Arts

End to end Early Childhood Education Courses

Box Hill Institute offers a range of courses to support every stage of your career in early childhood education.

Kristina De Francesco got her first taste of early childhood education and care in high school whilst she was studying a vocational education and training delivered to secondary students (VETDSS) course at Box Hill Institute. She went on to complete further units to obtain a Certificate III qualification and gained employment as a kindergarten assistant to start her career journey.

Fuelled by an increasing interest and passion in the sector, and extremely gratefully for “the amazing Box Hill teachers that offer... (More)

In Pursuit of a Dream

This year’s International Student of the Year award winner is Marco Lee, who has been studying at Box Hill Institute since 2015. Since high school, Marco had a passion for a career in the hospitality industry, which led him to enrol in a Certificate III and IV in Patisserie, a Diploma of Hospitality Management (Specialising in Patisserie), and finally a Bachelor of Hospitality, all studied at Box Hill Institute.

Marco said, “Hospitality is always my passion. I am a people person and I would like to learn different skills to enter in the hospitality industry and get to know people... (More)

Graphic Design Student Takes Out Top Competition

Making a last minute decision to enter, Box Hill Institute’s Advanced Diploma in Graphic Design student, Geralyn Anderson, has won the Doncaster Camera Club Branding Competition.

Geralyn said, “The logo I designed is deliberately simple. It is versatile, to be used as a traditional logo for branding, but adaptable as a watermark for photography. I used a bright colour palette and clean line style for clarity.

“The client delivered a very clear brief, which helped immensely in executing the design,” she said.

Geralyn first started studying with Box Hill Institute in 2018 when she enrolled in the Certificate IV in... (More)