The National Code Tutorial (NCT) is an online training course designed for professionals working in the international education sector to gain knowledge and understanding of the ESOS Act and National Code 2018.
The NCT has been developed to be utilised as an ongoing resource to all registered participants.
- Current Members, as of 10 June 2020, have been emailed a special link to register (please check your junk folder). If you have not received the email please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Non – Members: $280
The cost includes:
- ISANA membership for 12 months (optional)
- 24/7 access
- certificate upon successful completion
- ongoing resource after completion
- troubleshooting assistance via designated email
- would like to register more than five staff
- require to be invoiced
- need to pay by EFT
…then please complete the Excel group booking form and return to email@example.com. Please note that access will not be granted to the NCT until payment received. Group bookings will be issued one invoice only.
Group discount applied to total invoice:
11 – 50 staff: 2.5 %
51 – 100 staff: 7.5 %
101+ staff: 10 %
Once payment has been received you will receive a confirmation email with your log-in details.
Please allow two business days (excludes weekends) for your access to be processed.
For the best user experience we recommend that you use a desktop computer or laptop.
CLICK HERE for the NCT.
CLICK HERE for guidelines.
NCT Hotline, firstname.lastname@example.org
This project is supported by the Australian International Education: Enabling Growth and Innovation project fund, Department of Education, Skills and Employment. For further information, please click here.
Since 2007 ISANA hosted an online tutorial covering the National Code. For many years, this assisted in the understanding of the Code’s standards within the international education industry.
The purpose of the new online tutorial is to assist international education professionals to understand specific standards under the National Code 2018. This tutorial is especially useful as a staff training tool for those new to the international education industry or for those wishing to update their knowledge of National Code obligations.
In 2018, Minister Birmingham announced the Department of Education had awarded $2.1M across 14 projects as part of the Enabling Growth and Innovation (EGI) Project. ISANA was pleased to be awarded funding to redesign the National Code Tutorial tool to address changes to the National Code 2018.
Speaking from the CISA conference in 2018, ISANA President, Bronwyn Gilson, said…
‘We are very excited to be able to make improvements and updates to such an important tool, over the last 14 years many new student services professionals have had their introduction to the National Code through the online tutorial and this will allow us to ensure that at a minimum there will be a basic level of understanding across the profession in Australia. It is essential that every person working in the sector understands and complies with the code and this will allow providers to be more confident of the level of understanding among their employees.”
The project steering group comprised Bronwyn Gilson, ISANA National President, Molly Bonnefin, ISANA National Treasurer and Mary Ann Seow, Project Manager. IEKnowledgebase is collaborating with ISANA to develop the content of the new National Code Tutorial.
As part of creating the new National Code Tutorial, an industry-wide consultation included the student voice to ensure all areas are covered. The testing phase commenced in July 2019.
The new National Code Tutorial reflects changes to the Code that came into effect on 1 January 2018. The structure allows professionals to access information relevant to their professional roles. The modules explain each of the 11 Standards and provide an interactive learning experience with sector-specific scenarios.
The National Code Tutorial will be available very soon!
ISANA and the project team would like to thank the members who gave up their time to test the NCT on 22 July at Graduate House, University of Melbourne.
Margaret Dawson, Victoria University
Nohelia Hain, TEQSA
Abraham Punnen, La Trobe College
Sophie Wilson, Department of Education
Rob Barratt, Monash University
Christine Moore, La Trobe College
Jenny Pang, Swinburne University
Reena Chander, Deakin University
Suzanne Fernandes, Aquinas College
Paula Durance, IEK
Danielle Hartridge, IEK
Jack Dunstan, IEK
Mary Ann Seow, Project Manager
Molly Bonnefin, ISANA National Treasurer
Bronwyn Gilson, UNE