Study at SBTA & SELA
What we offer
The Lan-Grove Office Training Centre Pty Ltd trading as The Sydney Business and Travel Academy is a Registered Training Organisation registered with The Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) RTO ID 90412 and offers national recognised training from Certificate II to Advanced Diploma levels.
Australian students can study any of our courses either full-time on campus, via distance or a combination of both via mix-mode of delivery. A detailed course information can be downloaded for each qualification. It is important to read the Course Information Guide before deciding on a course. Our friendly Student Services Coordinator can be contacted on 02 9212 2522 or via email on email@example.com if you have any questions regarding the courses.
Please refer to our Pathway section for courses which has pathway into higher education. We have several established pathways with Australian universities.
Contact our administration team for more information on different study modes. Please ensure that you read our Student Handbook before enrolling into any of courses.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
RPL is a process where a person with prior and current work experience can have their skills and knoweldge assessed with the aim of being awarded a formal qualification. If you feel that you have the required skills and knowledge and can demonstrate current evidence for a qualification or part of a qualification, please contact us to discuss your needs. You will be guided through this process by our friendly administration team and given a detailed RPL Guide to assit you with collection of evidence.
Credit Transfer (CT)
CT is if you have studied and completed a Unit of Competency at another Registered Training Organisation. At SBTA we will ensure that you will not be required to repeat a unit of competency which you have already completed elsewhere. This may lead to your ourse being shortened.
Download the Enrolment Form for domestic students.
Before you make a decision to study in Australia, it is really important that you visit the Department of Immigration and Border Protection website (https://www.border.gov.au) for information about student visa requirements and studying in Australia.