Tayla Martin

I completed my Diploma of Business Administration in a short space of time, enjoying the real-life case studies and scenarios in the course which kept me motivated and interested in the study material, and as soon as I completed one assessment I would begin on the next. 

As a trainer Julie was great, always supportive, and really focussed on my learning and so responsive to my questions.  This meant that I could maximise my study time and avoided any lengthy delays. I was really worried I was going to be left in the deep end and was unsure on whether I would find study hard. The study wasn’t easy but it was manageable and the trainers made it easier to study 

My partner and I move around a lot with his defence work so I needed a study option that could move with me if we need to move and I was really excited after completing my first assignment and it really motivated me to get through the diploma. The blended approach to learning really suited me as it provided the flexibility and the portability I needed. 

My study success at Australis College gave me confidence personally but also gave me confidence in other study that I was undertaking. It made me feel good about myself. For a while there I was wondering what I was going to do after high school, and I was on that thing where you are thinking what am I going to do with my life, where am I going and so Australis College really showed me what I was capable of and gave me a pathway. 

When conducting my research into Australis College, I found them to be a legitimate study option, who were upfront and honest with a professional reputation and expert trainers. I knew there were some providers that ‘scammed’ people so I was really wary of who I chose, Australis was always honest, they were upfront about costs, upfront about course details and what trainers would deliver the course. They were actually more concerned about my education than the money. They gave me the assurance I needed to make my decision, and I am so glad about the choice I made.  

If I were to offer any advice to potential students, the trick to study is keeping on top of your work and doing a few hours a day. The worst thing you can do is just leave them there and let them get on top of you. I enjoyed the whole Diploma and I just loved doing the assignments. The assignments related to real life and real scenarios that related directly to the workplace and what I what I do in the workplace.