This qualification applies to individuals with a sound theoretical knowledge base in marketing and communication, and who demonstrate a range of managerial skills to ensure that functions are effectively conducted in an organisation or business areas. Typically, they would have responsibility for the work of other staff and lead teams, using collaborative processes in the workplace to develop innovative ideas. The purpose of the Diploma of Marketing and communication is to qualify learners to perform marketing and communication positions at a practical and managerial level, focusing on fields such as integrated marketing, international marketing, market developments and start-up marketing projects.
Literacy and Numeracy Entry Requirements:
Students must be competent in Literacy in order to fulfill course requirements.
Students with English as a second language must have a minimum English level equivalent to 5.5 IELTS.
Envirotech has an internal English placement test available for international students internal LLN assessment. Students who require LLN support will be placed in assistance days in addition to their normal class schedule. LLN support will be coordinated directly with the academic support person for each individual student.
Learning 5; Reading 4; Writing 4; Oral Communication 4; Numeracy 3.
Email and internet access:
Learners must have access to internet and their email account supplied to Envirotech during the enrolment process after school hours. Envirotech provides its students with internet access at the Campus areas.
Learners must have and bring with them to class their own laptop computers which will be used in class and outside class to complete home projects and research activities.
Envirotech provides students with daily loan laptops and working stations (Desktop computers).
Microsoft Office Package:
Learners must have Microsoft Office 2010, a later version of Office or an equivalent software installed on their laptops.
Under Age Students:
Learners must be 18 years or above.
While students participate in vocational placement and work-based training; they are required to adhere to the workplace dress code.