Located 14 km east of Melbourne, Box Hill is a sprawling residential city sharing its borders with Blackburn and Camberwell. The city offers a range of learning opportunities for TAFE candidates, whether you are looking to upgrade your skills, start a new career or want to learn new skills. You can choose from part-time, full time and on-campus and off-campus courses.
Box Hill Institute is a major provider of TAFE courses in Box Hill with three out of six campuses in the city. The institute offers more than 100 TAFE courses from the field of accounting, business and finance, ICT, building and construction, sports and fitness, community services, art, design, healthcare, aviation and animal studies. Whether you’re looking for a short course to upskill, an apprenticeship to gain hands-on experience, a certificate or diploma to advance your career, or an undergraduate or postgraduate degree to further your education, the institute offers a diverse range of educational pathways to choose from.
Box Hill Institute offers a wide range of courses across several categories, including:
Accounting Business & Finance
ICT & Information Management
Building & Construction
Horticulture & Land Sciences
Sports & Fitness
Beauty & Hairdressing
Art, Design & Writing
Community Services & Child Care
Quarrying & Extractive Industries
Training & Assessment
Blended learning is a combination of in-person and online learning. In this study option, students attend some classes on campus and complete some coursework online. This mode of learning offers flexibility as it allows students to learn at their own pace.
This study option involves training and education that is delivered in a workplace setting.
Online courses are delivered entirely over the internet, providing flexibility for students who cannot attend classes on campus.
Apprenticeships and traineeships are a combination of on-the-job training and classroom learning. Students work with qualified professionals in their chosen fields and attend classes at TAFE to gain theoretical knowledge.
Part-time courses are designed for students who have other commitments such as work or family responsibilities.
Full-time courses are designed to be completed within one to two years and require a more significant commitment from students.
In-class learning involves attending classes on campus. It is the traditional form of education where students interact with their peers and teachers and provides a structured learning environment.
In the 2018-19 State Budget, the Victorian Government has announced $172 million in aid to support education and has stated that 30 TAFE courses and 18 pre-apprenticeship courses. The cost of each course varies based on the subject matter and the individual student’s situation. Courses that impart skills deemed critical for employment and economic growth often receive substantial subsidies under the “Smart and Skilled” program.