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Johnson Pearce International College (JPIC) & AHK Australian Migration Solution together



Introduction


The JP International College of Hospitality is located in Australia’s National Capital, CANBERRA, a safe and pollution free city that is the perfect place to live while you study and later granted Permanent Residency if you meet all the Immigration requirements.


Canberra is a thriving city with world class educational institutions, galleries and museums, stylish restaurants, hip bars and fascinating crafts and fruit markets. With a busy calendar of events and festivals, there is always something to see and do in Canberra.


JPIC is an exclusive institute of Hospitality and offers the following three courses – total 96 places allocated every semester:


  • SIT30807 Certificate III in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery) – one year starts in February & July




  • SIT30907 Certificate III in Hospitality (Asian Cookery) - one year starts in February & July




  • SIT50307 Diploma in Hospitality – two years intake in February and July


With first – rate learning facilities and highly qualified professional staff.


AHK Australian Migration Solution an established Business in Canberra, Australia since 05 Nov 2003 has expert Migration Agents with Principal Mr. Abdul Hasib KHAN - MARA Agent No 0427601. AHK Australian Migration Solution is also an Authorised Recruitment Agent for Overseas Students for JPIC with number of sub agents working overseas under its advice and guidance. The hospitality courses of JPIC:


  • satisfy the migration requirements,

  • meet the skill shortage of Australia, and

  • develop skills that are Migration on Demand List (MODL)

  • the qualifications attained by these courses will guarantee Permanent Residency to Australia provided one qualify the course and meet requirements.


What will AHK Australian Migration Solution do for you?


Free


  • Will be your authorised agent through the enrollment process.

  • Will get you admission in your selected course.

  • Will welcome you in Canberra and provide advice to settle

  • Will assist resolve your issues of admission on one to one basis with JPIC



^

Requirements

Visa Assessment Level (wef 01 Sep 2008)

Country

Visa Subclass

570

Visa Subclass

571

Visa Subclass

572

Visa Subclass

573

Visa Subclass

574

Bangladesh

4

4

4

4

3

India

4

2

4

4

4

Nepal

3

2

4

3

2

Pakistan

4

3

4

4

2

Sri Lanka

4

3

4

4

3

^

IELTS (Requirement for Assessment Level 4)

(As per Migration Regulation 1994 Clause 5A404 – Part 4 Division 2)

Applicant

IELTS Score

ELICOS

Remarks

Applicant has scored

5.5 overall

Not required

Applicant has scored

5 overall

20 weeks of ELICO required before the main course starts

Applicant is fully funded

Level of English should be acceptable to education provider

20 weeks of ELICO required before the main course starts

Evidentiary Requirements

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Capacity to cover cost of air fares, course tution fees and living cost for the duration of your stay in Australia.

IELTS – refer table above

Academic records and qualifications completed. (This is usually year 10 (High School) or year 12 (Higher Secondary) pass. These are mentioned against the courses entry requirements).

^

General Requirements

Good character

Sound health

Taken health insurance for self and all members accompanying through Overseas Health Cover (OSHC)

No previous outstanding debts to the Commonwealth of Australia.

^

If you are under 18 years of age, acceptable arrangements for your accomodation, support and general welfare are in place.

All visas are to be applied overseas, only in exceptional circumstances one must provide adequate justification for grant of student visa if you are in Australia.

^

Admission & Visa Process

(FREE by AHK Australian Migration Solution)


The following steps should be taken:

  1. Find a suitable course from the list of hospitality courses.These courses are offered by JPIC as an Australian education provider registered on Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS).

  2. Fill up the enclosed Application Form and send it to your sub agent of AHK Australian Migration Solution in your city or direct to AHK Australian Migration Solution, 12 Fingleton Crescent, GORDON, ACT 2906 scanned by E Mail.

  3. AHK Australian Migration Solution after approval from JPIC will provide you with the Letter of Offer.

  4. Once Letter of Offer is received by you, please deposit the Fee for enrollment direct to JPIC through bank transfer.

  5. AHK Australian Migration Solution will complete admission formalities and provide you with JPIC’s Confirmation of Enrollment.

  6. Submit Application for Visa Subclass 572 duly approved by AHK Australian Migration Solution along with COE, Letter of Offer and Your letter of Acceptance of Offer to DIAC with High Commission of Australia in your country for processing of your visa. The Visa Application Fee is to be paid at the Australian High Commission.

  7. You and your spouse will be given permission to work for 20 hours per week. No work limits apply during recognised period of vocations offered by the course provider.

Note: All the above actions mentioned will be done by AHK Australian Migration Solution on your behalf FREE.

  1. After you complete 2 years of study in Hospitality, AHK Australian Migration Solution can do your Permanent Resident Visa at a reasonable cost.



^ JP International College – CRICOS



CRICOS Provider Code:

02811D

^ RTO Number

88129




Institution Name:

JP International College




^ Institution Type:

Private

Website:

www.jpic.act.edu.au

Institution Postal Address:



Unit 5/118-128 Mawson Place, MAWSON, ACT 2607, Australia

ACN: 002 847 672, ABN: 76 002 847 672

Tele: 61-2-6286 8328, Fax: 61-2-6286 8330

E Mail: info@jpic.act.edu.au,




AHK Australian Migration Solution


12 Fingleton Crescent, GORDON, ACT 2906, Australia

Tele/Fax: 61-2-62941871; Mob: 0404372818

hasib@ozlandmigration.com, info@ozlandmigration.com

hasibkhan74@hotmail.com


Financial Requirements

You must meet the following financial requirements.

Travel, tuition and living expenses

You must have enough money to pay for travel, tuition and living expenses for yourself, your spouse and your dependent children for the duration of your stay in Australia.

You must:

  • ^ Show proof that you can meet these financial requirements for your stay in Australia :


- 12 months for Assessment Level 2 Countries

- 24 months for Assessment Level 3 Countries

- 36 months for Assessment Level 4 Countries


  • Declare on your application that you can meet these financial requirements for the remainder of your stay in Australia.



The table below outlines the amounts in Australian dollars (AUD$) that you need access to. These amounts are the minimum required for this visa. They do not necessarily represent the cost of living in Australia.



Expenses

For

Amount required in A$

Travel

Yourself

Return air fare to Australia

Family members

One return air fare to Australia per person

Tuition

Yourself

Course fees

Children aged 5-18

A$8,000 per year

Living

Yourself

A$12,000 per year

Spouse

A$4,200 per year

First child

A$2,400 per year

Each other child

A$1,800 per year




Course Fee – for one year (as on May 2009)


  • Tution Fee - $10,000

  • Enrollment Fee - $100

  • Material & Books - $1,500

  • Medical Insurance - $380


Total for one year - $11,980


Total for two year - $23,960


Financial Evidence to be shown by students from India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka & Pakistan

Members

Australian Dollars

India (Rupee) Lakhs

^ Pakistan (Rupee) Lakhs

Bangladesh (Taka) Lakhs

Sri Lanka (Rupee) Lakhs

Student

62000

25.54

40

42.75

67.7

Student & Spouse

76600

31.56

49.41

52.82

83.65

Student, Spouse & one child

85800

35.35


55.34

59.12

93.69

Student, Spouse & two children

93200

38.40

60.12

64.26

101.77

Acceptable sources of income

The money to support you and your family members must come from one or more acceptable sources.

Examples:

  • Money deposits held in a bank account by you or a person supporting you.

  • A loan from an approved financial institution.

  • A loan from your government.

  • Financial support from your education provider or another organisation.

Note: Non-cash assets such as property and shares are not acceptable evidence of income. However, non-cash assets may be liquidated or used as collateral on a loan.




Providing evidence of money deposits or loans

You may need to show evidence of how the money to fund your studies was accumulated.

If your source of income is a money deposit held in a bank account, you must provide the following evidence:

  • pay slips

  • bank loan documents

  • interest from investments.

If your source of income is a loan, you must provide the following evidence:

  • a bank statement showing the amount of available credit

  • a statement from the holder of the loan that its purpose is to support your studies.

Note: If your source of income is a home loan with a redraw facility from an Australian financial institution, the funds from the redraw facility may be considered a loan. A home loan with a redraw facility from a non-Australian financial institution may be acceptable, but must be considered on a case-by-case basis.

^ Fully Funded Students

If you are a fully funded student, you must show evidence that the sponsoring agency, government or organisation will cover the cost of:

  • travel, tuition and living expenses for yourself and dependent family members accompanying you to Australia

  • supporting your dependent family members remaining in your home country, taking into consideration the local standard of living.
    Note: If family members later decide to join you in Australia, you must show evidence of extra funds from an acceptable source to cover their travel, tuition and living expenses in Australia.


^ SIT30807 Certificate III in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery)
Descriptor

This qualification provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to be competent as a qualified cook. Work would be undertaken in various hospitality enterprises where food is prepared and served, including restaurants, hotels, clubs, pubs, cafes, cafeterias and coffee shops. Individuals may have some responsibility for others and provide technical advice and support to a team.

The qualification is suitable for an Australian apprenticeship pathway.
^
Job roles

Individuals with this qualification are able to perform roles such as:

  • preparing appetisers, salads, stocks, sauces and soups

  • preparing vegetables, fruit, eggs and farinaceous dishes

  • selecting, preparing and cooking poultry, seafood and meat

  • preparing hot and cold desserts, pastries, cakes and yeast goods

  • planning and preparing food for buffets.


Possible job title includes:

  • cook.
^
Prerequisite requirements

There are no prerequisites for entry to this qualification.


Qualification rules

To achieve a Certificate III in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery), 29 units must be completed:

  • all 26 core units

  • 3 elective units:

  • a minimum of 2 elective units must be selected from the electives listed below

  • the remaining unit may be selected from any endorsed Training Package

  • a maximum of 1 Languages other than English unit may be counted as an elective within this qualification.

In all cases selection of electives must be guided by the job outcome sought, local industry requirements and the characteristics of this qualification.




^ Core units

SITHCCC001A

Organise and prepare food

SITHCCC002A

Present food

SITHCCC003A

Receive and store kitchen supplies

SITHCCC004A

Clean and maintain kitchen premises

SITHCCC005A

Use basic methods of cookery

SITHCCC006A

Prepare appetisers and salads

SITHCCC008A

Prepare stocks, sauces and soups

SITHCCC009A

Prepare vegetables, fruit, eggs and farinaceous dishes

SITHCCC010A

Select, prepare and cook poultry

SITHCCC011A

Select, prepare and cook seafood

SITHCCC012A

Select, prepare and cook meat

SITHCCC013A

Prepare hot and cold desserts

SITHCCC014A

Prepare pastries, cakes and yeast goods

SITHCCC016A

Develop cost effective menus

SITHCCC027A

Prepare, cook and serve food for food service

SITHCCC028A

Prepare, cook and serve food for menus

SITHCCC029A

Prepare foods according to dietary and cultural needs

SITHIND001A

Develop and update hospitality industry knowledge

SITXCOM001A

Work with colleagues and customers

SITXCOM002A

Work in a socially diverse environment

SITXCOM003A

Deal with conflict situations

SITXFSA001A

Implement food safety procedures

SITXHRM001A

Coach others in job skills

SITXOHS001A

Follow health, safety and security procedures

SITXOHS002A

Follow workplace hygiene procedures

HLTFA301B

Apply first aid










^ Elective units (Continued)

SITXCCS002A

SITXINV001A

Provide quality customer service

Receive and store stock

SITXINV002A

Control and order stock



^ SIT30907 Certificate III in Hospitality (Asian Cookery)
Descriptor

This qualification provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to be competent as a qualified cook in an Asian kitchen. Work would be undertaken in various hospitality enterprises where Asian food is prepared and served, including restaurants, hotels, catering operations, clubs, pubs, cafes, cafeterias and coffee shops. Individuals may have some responsibility for others and provide technical advice and support to a team.

The qualification is suitable for an Australian apprenticeship pathway.
^
Job roles

Individuals with this qualification are able to perform roles such as:

  • basic Asian cooking

  • preparing vegetarian dishes for Asian cuisines

  • preparing and serving specialised Asian cuisines

  • planning menus for Asian cuisines

  • preparing Japanese raw fish (sashimi)

  • preparing Chinese dim sum

  • preparing tandoori food items

  • preparing Indonesian crackers.

Possible job titles include:

  • cook.
^
Prerequisite requirements

There are no prerequisites for entry to this qualification.


Qualification rules

To achieve a Certificate III in Hospitality (Asian Cookery), 28 units must be completed:

  • all 24 core units

  • 4 elective units:

  • a minimum of 3 elective units must be selected from the electives listed below

  • the remaining unit may be selected from any endorsed Training Package

  • a maximum of 1 Languages other than English unit may be counted as an elective within this qualification.

In all cases selection of electives must be guided by the job outcome sought, local industry requirements and the characteristics of this qualification.




^ Core units

SITHASC001A

Use basic Asian methods of cookery

SITHASC002A

Produce appetisers and snacks for Asian cuisines

SITHASC003A

Prepare stocks and soups for Asian cuisines

SITHASC004A

Prepare sauces, dips and accompaniments for Asian cuisines

SITHASC005A

Prepare salads for Asian cuisines

SITHASC006A

Prepare rice and noodles for Asian cuisines

SITHASC007A

Prepare meat, poultry, seafood and vegetables for Asian cuisines

SITHASC027A

Prepare, cook and serve Asian food for food service

SITHASC028A

Prepare, cook and serve Asian food for menus

SITHCCC001A

Organise and prepare food

SITHCCC002A

Present food

SITHCCC003A

Receive and store kitchen supplies

SITHCCC004A

Clean and maintain kitchen premises

SITHCCC016A

Develop cost effective menus

SITHCCC029A

Prepare foods according to dietary and cultural needs

SITHIND001A

Develop and update hospitality industry knowledge

SITXCOM001A

Work with colleagues and customers

SITXCOM002A

Work in a socially diverse environment

SITXCOM003A

Deal with conflict situations

SITXFSA001A

Implement food safety procedures

SITXHRM001A

Coach others in job skills

SITXOHS001A

Follow health, safety and security procedures

SITXOHS002A

Follow workplace hygiene procedures

HLTFA301B

Apply first aid









^ Elective units

Inventory

SITXCCS002A

SITXINV001A

Provide quality customer service

Receive and store stock

SITXINV002A

Control and order stock

SITHASC023A

Prepare and produce Indian breads


^ SIT50307 Diploma of Hospitality
Descriptor

This qualification provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to be competent as a manager in any hospitality functional area. This individual would possess a sound theoretical knowledge base and be able to use a range of specialised, technical or managerial competencies to plan, carry out and evaluate their own work and/or the work of their team. Work would be undertaken in various hospitality settings, such as restaurants, hotels, catering operations, motels, clubs, pubs, cafes and coffee shops.

The qualification is not suitable for an Australian apprenticeship pathway.

^
Job roles

Individuals with this qualification are able to perform roles such as:

  • managing a department in a large hospitality enterprise

  • managing a small hospitality enterprise.


Possible job titles include:

  • restaurant manager

  • kitchen manager

  • front office manager

  • housekeeper

  • chef

  • sous chef

  • gaming manager

  • motel manager

  • unit manager (catering operations).
^
Prerequisite requirements

There are no prerequisites for entry to this qualification.

Qualification rules

To achieve a Diploma of Hospitality, 39 units must be completed:

  • all 23 core units

  • 16 elective units:

  • a minimum of 13 elective units must be selected from the list below

  • the remaining 3 elective units may be selected from any endorsed Training Package

  • a maximum of 1 Languages other than English unit may be counted as an elective within this qualification.

In all cases selection of electives must be guided by the job outcome sought, local industry requirements and the characteristics of this qualification.



^ Core units

SITXCCS002A

Provide quality customer service

SITXCCS003A

Manage quality customer service

SITXCOM001A

Work with colleagues and customers

SITXCOM002A

Work in a socially diverse environment

SITXCOM003A

Deal with conflict situations

SITXFIN003A

Interpret financial information

SITXFIN004A

Manage finances within a budget

SITXFIN005A

Prepare and monitor budgets

SITXGLC001A

Develop and update legal knowledge required for business compliance

SITXHRM001A

Coach others in job skills

SITXHRM003A

Roster staff

SITXHRM005A

Lead and manage people

SITXHRM007A

Manage workplace diversity

SITXINV001A

Receive and store stock

SITXINV002A

Control and order stock

SITXMGT001A

Monitor work operations

SITXMGT002A

Develop and implement operational plans

SITXMGT006A

Establish and conduct business relationships

SITXOHS001A

Follow health, safety and security procedures

SITXOHS002A

Follow workplace hygiene procedures

SITXOHS004A

Implement and monitor workplace health, safety and security practices

SITXOHS005A

Establish and maintain an OHS system

Plus one of the following:

SITHIND003A

Provide and coordinate hospitality service

SITHCCC028A

Prepare, cook and serve food for menus









^ Elective units (choose 16 from the following list)

SITHCCC001A

Organise and prepare food

SITHCCC002A

Present food

SITHCCC003A

Receive and store kitchen supplies

SITHCCC004A

Clean and maintain kitchen premises

SITHCCC005A

Use basic methods of cookery

SITHCCC006A

Prepare appetisers and salads

SITHCCC008A

Prepare stocks, sauces and soups

SITHCCC009A

Prepare vegetables, fruit, eggs and farinaceous dishes

SITHCCC010A

Select, prepare and cook poultry

SITHCCC011A

Select, prepare and cook seafood

SITHCCC012A

Select, prepare and cook meat

SITHCCC013A

Prepare hot and cold desserts

SITHCCC014A

Prepare pastries, cakes and yeast goods

SITHCCC016A

Develop cost effective menus

SITHCCC027A

Prepare, cook and serve food for food service

SITHCCC028A

Prepare, cook and serve food for menus

SITHCCC029A

Prepare foods according to dietary and cultural needs

SITHIND001A

Develop and update hospitality industry knowledge

SITXCOM001A

Work with colleagues and customers

SITXCOM002A

Work in a socially diverse environment

SITXCOM003A

Deal with conflict situations

SITXFSA001A

Implement food safety procedures

SITXHRM001A

Coach others in job skills

SITXOHS001A

Follow health, safety and security procedures

SITXOHS002A

Follow workplace hygiene procedures



^ International Student Enrolment Form

Please complete the enclosed International Student Enrolment Form post or E Mail along with supporting documents scanned to:

AHK Australian Migration Solution

12 Fingleton Crescent, GORDON, ACT 2906, Australia

Tele/Fax: 61-2-62941871; Mob: 0404372818

hasib@ozlandmigration.com, info@ozlandmigration.com, hasibkhan74@hotmail.com

Documents to be enclosed with Enrolment Form

  • 4 Passport size photos

  • Copy of Passport all family members travelling (must be valid for 3 years)

  • Copy of Birth Certificate (if available – in English only)

  • Year 12 Pass Certificate and Mark Sheet

  • Other Higher Qualifications if any

  • IELTS Test Report (should be valid) – with 5.5 overall score

  • Marriage Certificate (if spouse also travelling)





JPIC Hospitality Courses Tailored for Migration by AHK Australian Migration Solution




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