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OTEN Course and Career Guide : 2011 OTEN Course and Careers Guide
3 How do I enrol? A step-by-step guide to completing your enrolment application Step 1 Check to see if you need to complete additional forms such as a Course Application, Selection Application, Resource Checklist or Practical Application. If you do -- ensure you meet the entry requirements and include these additional forms or documentation when you submit your enrolment application; otherwise your enrolment may be delayed. Are you re-enrolling into the same course? You can re-enrol quickly and easily online via Student e-Services. See Step 4. Step 2 You may be eligible for recognition of any previous study undertaken or relevant work experience. You are encouraged to apply for recognition when enrolling (although you can apply at any time during your enrolment). There is a check box on your OTEN Enrolment Application form (or enrolment screen, if you are enrolling online) to request that any relevant previous study at TAFE NSW is credited towards the course in which you are applying to enrol. Step 3 To complete your enrolment application, you need to: • complete all sections, including the student statistics page, and sign the OTEN Enrolment Application form (or indicate your acknowledgement if enrolling online). Complete any other forms needed for your course. • include your credit card details or attach the appropriate payment. Please do not send cash. If you are applying for the TAFE NSW Concession fee or an exemption from the TAFE NSW fee (see page 5), you need to provide your Centrelink CRN (Customer Reference Number) or appropriate documentation to support your application. Please note: If OTEN has di culties delivering your learning materials, the phone number you provide may be used by OTEN's mailing agent to provide secure delivery of your learning materials. It is a postal service requirement that all items posted to an overseas address display a contact phone number on the outside. Students living overseas must provide a contact phone number with country and area codes which will be displayed on all postal items. If you are an Australian citizen or Australian permanent resident living overseas, you must provide certified* proof of your Australian citizenship or residency status when applying to enrol. For International Students see page 6. * A certified document is a photocopy of an original document that is then examined and signed by an authorised o cer as a true representation of the original. Documents can only be certified by an authorised o cer at the o cial records department of the institution that originally issued the documents, an Australian diplomatic post, a registered agent of TAFE NSW, or a notary public. Translations are required for all documents in languages other than English which are submitted with an application. Translations can only be made by an o cial translator registered with a government body. Step 4 To submit your enrolment application, you can: • go online www.oten.edu.au (available for some courses if you are paying by credit card) • fax to 02 9715 8411 if you are paying by credit card • mail to OTEN Student Services -- Enrolments, Locked Bag 2012, Strathfield NSW 2135 • visit OTEN Course Information (between Monday and Friday 8.30am -- 5.00pm) at 51 Wentworth Road, Strathfield NSW 2135. If you are re-enrolling into the same course, • re-enrol through Student e-Services at www.tafensw.edu.au. Log on using your DET Portal ID and password and follow the prompts • you may also call the OTEN Re-enrolment Hotline Monday to Friday 8:30am -- 5:00pm on 1300 881 114. TAFE NSW does not accept cash payments. We accept payment by: • credit card, Visa and MasterCard • personal or bank cheque, or money order payable to OTEN • EFTPOS, in person at the OTEN Course Information counter.
2010 OTEN Course and Career Guide