Frontier Education is a private Registered Training Organisation, incorporated in 2010. Frontier Education is a leading national trainer in vocational education (Certificate, Diploma and Advanced Diploma).
Frontier Education is a signatory to the ACPET Code of Ethics. All its staff members, stakeholders and clients are inducted into the code, when they join Frontier Education. For a copy of the code please click here.
Be a premier training organisation offering Australian education to the world
Deliver outstanding service to realise the potential of learner’s and improve the quality of life through dedication and excellence
Flexible – Adapt to the demands of our clients & industry
Respect – Be thoughtful, inclusive and open minded to all.
Opportunity - Promote equal opportunity irrespective age, race, gender or ethnicity
Neutrality – Demonstrate impartial conduct in all personal & professional actions
Tolerance – Promote personal independence & freedom of choice
Integrity – Set a high level of moral & ethical standard in all aspects of personal & business activities
Equity - Recognise and conserve the intrinsic value of cultural diversity & human rights
Reliable – Deliver the services as agreed and expected by clients & industry
Frontier Education was founded in 2010 in Victoria to service the ever-growing industry need for specialised corporate training to its staff in the real work place. Frontier Education has had great success within the corporate training sector providing its services to the top brands in Australia like:
Frontier Education is changing direction to enter the retail vocational education and training sector in 2016, expanding it training scope from the corporate sector to domestic and international students. Apart from this, we intend to form new partnerships with industry and training organisations to offer qualifications in Retail Management, Business, Information technology, Community Services & qualifications that contribute to Australia’s skills requirements.
At Frontier Education, we continuously strive to make our mission a reality of delivering outstanding service to realise the potential of learner’s and improve the quality of life through dedication and excellence.
We have committed ourselves to provide high quality education beyond the barriers of culture and location with comprehensive support services to our clients nationally & internationally. Our passion and mission is to add value to our clients and industry partners by matching emerging industry trends and exceeding their expectations. Our highly qualified and committed team strives to achieve excellence in the field of vocational education and I am proud to be leading this team.
Thank you once again for considering Frontier Education to pursue your academic or professional goals. We welcome you to the family and hope that we can provide you with a positive and a rewarding experience at Frontier Education.
Please follow the below process to enrol with Frontier Education.
STEP 1 STUDENT
STEP 2 FRONTIER EDUCATION (FE)
STEP 3 STUDENT
STEP 4 FRONTIER EDUCATION (FE)
STEP 5 STUDENT
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The genuine temporary entrant requirement (GTE) is an integrity measure to ensure that the Student visa Programme is used as intended and not used by international students as a way of maintaining de facto permanent residency in Australia.
In order to be granted a student visa, applicants must satisfy the Australian Government Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) that they have a genuine intention to stay in Australia temporarily, for the purpose of study.
In assessing the GTE requirements, DIBP will consider the requirements set out in Ministerial Direction 53. This requires DIBP to be satisfied that the student visa applicant genuinely intends to stay in Australia temporarily having regard to:
- The applicant’s circumstances in their home country
- The applicant’s potential circumstances in Australia
- The value of the course to the applicant’s future
- The applicant’s immigration history
- If the applicant is a minor – the intention of a parent, legal guardian or spouse of the applicant
- Any other relevant matters
For all visa and immigration information, please visit Department of Border Protection (DIBP) website: https://www.border.gov.au
You can access a range of information on the overseas student health cover website.
The current product sheet and brochures can be downloaded here as well as multilingual brochures and additional languages coming soon.
You can also go to the members help guide where you will find information about where to find our Bupa friendly doctors and hospitals, information on how students can make a claim and what they need to do if they feel sick.
The hospital network is the largest in Australia and students are able to find members first hospitals where we will finalise the bill directly with the hospital.
All students receive the OSHC brochure in their welcome pack with their cards.
The Bupa Blue Room provides information, inspiration and advice for improving health to help our members achieve holistic health and wellbeing.
Students have access to the Bupa Blue Room and we encourage all members to explore the information to help better manage their own health.
Visit theblueroom.bupa.com.auto explore more.
With myBupa, all of their members have access to a range of discounts and benefits including Bupa Optical discounts and half price movie tickets!