Australian Institute of Commerce and Language (AICL)
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Australian Institute of Commerce and Language (AICL)

CRICOS Provider Code: 02048A

Why study at Australian Institute of Commerce and Language (AICL)
At AICL, we offer unique teaching methods and encourage participative learning amongst our students.  Our team of highly qualified teachers provide individual attention, and our highly skilled Student Services division offers quick response and timely guidance on any student issues that may arise.  Combine these with a handy location and our excellent, state-of-the art facilities, and students can be assured that upon graduation from our Institute,  they will possess portable skills preparing them for further studies or making them highly employable when doors to career opportunities open to them.

Location
AICL is located in the heart of Sydney, and is surrounded by amenities such as food courts, restaurants, entertainment venues, and nature parks.  It is highly accessible by various forms of public transport such as trains, buses, and taxis.
AICL is just minutes away from Sydney's famous tourist spots, such as: China Town, Darling Harbour, Queen Victoria Building, Pitt Street's Shopping Mall, The Rocks, and the Opera House at Circular Quay.  It is also a  few minutes walk to major shopping malls, and for the more budget-conscious, to the best-priced markets in the Sydney CBD.

Study Options / Courses

  • English Language Courses
    • General English Program (CRICOS Code: 035490K)
      The General English Program is designed for people who are learning English for general, practical or cultural purposes.
    • IELTS Preparation Program (CRICOS Code: 035490K)
      The IELTS Preparation Program is ideally designed for preparing students the skills needed to achieve in IELTS exam. Depending on the learner's needs and English language level, an academic skill is also key component incorporated into the program.
    • English for Academic Purpose Program (CRICOS Code: 035490K)
      The EAP program prepares international students for adjustment to the Australian higher education system. 
    • Secondary School Preparation Program (CRICOS Code: 035490K)
      The Secondary School Preparation program has been specially designed to take a holistic approach in preparing teenagers for entry into the Australian Secondary School System.
  • Business Courses
    • Certificate II in Business (CRICOS Code: 046817A)
      This course is essential for anyone working in an office environment or considering long term studies in Business.
    • Certificate III in Business (CRICOS Code: 046818M)
      This course is for people with little or no business expertise who want to develop the necessary introductory skills to other higher level award courses in Business Studies.
    • Certificate IV in Business Management (CRICOS Code: 046819K)
      This course trains students to understand the business environment and identify some of the functions in a business and how they contribute to organisational objectives.
    • Diploma of Business Management (CRICOS Code: 046820F)
      This course is designed for people who are interested in business and how business operates. The course is especially relevant to people seeking a job as a trainee manager or supervisor in marketing, retaining, human resources, management, accounting or administration areas.
  • IT Courses
    • Certificate II in IT - General (AQF2) (CRICOS Code: 042693G)
      By the end of this course, students will have an understanding of effective Internet usage and the ability to identify and understand basic multimedia components, taught through a combination of practical exercises and theory based lectures. The student will also be taught effective workplace communication skills.
    • Certificate III in IT - General (AQF3) (CRICOS Code: 035661G)
      This course is for students with little or no IT background who want to develop the necessary introductory skills to other higher level award courses in IT studies.
    • Certificate IV in IT - Systems Analysis and Design (AQF4) (CRICOS Code: 036132B)
      This course trains students to understand the IT environment and identify some of the functions in the IT field and how they contribute to achieve organisational objectives.
    • Diploma of IT - Software Development (AQF5) (CRICOS Code: 035664D)
      Diploma of Information Technology (Software Development) is designed for students who have strong interests in computer programming. The course will cover wide areas of programming such as programming fundamentals, basic programming procedures and in-depth knowledge of programming languages like C, C++ and Java.
    • Diploma of IT - Networking Engineer (AQF5) (CRICOS Code: 035663E)
      Diploma of Information Technology (Network Engineering) is designed for students who are interested in a career in computer networking. The course covers wide areas of networking such as network fundamentals, design, security and management.
    • Diploma of IT - Multimedia Integration (AQF5) (CRICOS Code: 042694F)
      Diploma of Information Technology (Multimedia Integration) is designed for students who have a strong interest in a career in multimedia production and web design. The course will cover wide areas of multimedia such as multimedia fundamentals, dynamic web design, animation, audio and video production, history of multimedia and basic 3D. Students will learn a variety of Industry Standard multimedia software.
  • Accounting Courses
    • Diploma in Accounting (CRICOS Code: 049702K)
      This course aims to provide basic financial management, costing, taxation law and business law. Students will also learn to produce and analyse financial reports, and develop management techniques for a small team.
    • Advanced Diploma in Accounting (CRICOS Code: 052511B)
      This course is an industry - specified pathway for students wishing to practice as a qualified accountant. Students will also learn to produce and analyse financial reports, and develop management techniques for a small team.
  • Service & Hospitality Courses
    • Certificate III in Hairdressing (WRH30100)
      (CRICOS Code: 052512A)
      The TAFE delivered Certificate III in Hairdressing aims to prepare future hair designers and platform artistas for international careers.
    • Diploma of Hairdressing Salon Management (WRH50100) (CRICOS Code: 052513M)
      The AICL delivered Diploma of Hairdressing Salon Management provides qualified hairdressers with the training and skills required for salon management positions.
    • Certificate III in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery) (THH31502) (CRICOS Code: 052515J)
      The TAFE-delivered Certificate III in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery) is designed for those intending to enter into the commercial, retail catering or industrial catering industries. 
    • Certificate IV in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery) (THH41302) (CRICOS Code: 052516G)
      The TAFE delivered Certificate IV in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery) is designed for wishing to work as a cook or chef in supervisory/team leadership positions. 
    • Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management (THH60202) (CRICOS Code: 052514K)
      This course is designed for people who are interested in business and how business operates. The course is especially relevant to people seeking a job as a trainee manager or supervisor in marketing, retaining, human resources, management, accounting or administration areas.