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Take advantage of our free resources about the history of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Australia, their culture and the effects of colonisation and government policies and practices.
 

Frequently asked questions

Q: How many courses do you offer in Aboriginal Cultural Education?
A: We offer two online foundation courses. An accredited and a non-accredited version of the same Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Competence course
Q: How do I register for a CCCA course?
A: You can register by either purchasing the course or requesting a quotation from the course page of the website
Q: How much does the accredited CCCA foundation course cost?
A: $247.50 + GST = $272.25 inclusive of GST
Q: How much does the non-accredited CCCA foundation course cost?
A: $175 + GST = $192.50 inclusive of GST
Q: How do I pay for the course?
A: You can pay for the course either by credit card or electronic funds transfer (EFT)
Q: How long does it take to complete the CCCA course?
A: It takes on average between 7-10 hours to complete
Q: Do you receive a certificate on completion of the non-accredited course?
A: Yes you receive a certificate of completion from CCCA, this will be emailed to you upon successful completion of the course
Q: What qualification do you receive on completion of the accredited course?
A: A National Statement of Attainment issued by TAFE - National Course: 10213NAT and TAFE Course: 10833
Q: Is the qualification a nationally recognised qualification?
A: Yes – the National Code is 10123NAT. The Australian Quality Training Framework (AQTF) is the national set of standards which assures nationally consistent, high quality training and assessment services for Registered Training Organisations
Q: Is CCCA a Registered Training Organisation (RTO)?
A: No. CCCA has an auspicing arrangement with TAFE NSW Western Sydney Institute who accredit and regulate CCCA’s courses
Q: Are CCCA’s courses mapped to national units of competence?
A: Yes. CCCA’s courses are mapped to three national units of competence NSWTACE401A, NSWTACE402A and NSWTACE403A
Q: How do I receive my TAFE certificate?
A: Your TAFE certificate will be sent to you in the post on completion of the course. This process is managed by TAFE and can take up to 4-6 weeks to be completed. If you do not have a certificate after that timescale please contact CCCA on 1300 240 944 or email info@ccca.com.au
Q: Are CCCA’s courses 100% online?
A: Yes. CCCA’s courses are 100% online and require no face-to-face attendance at a college, school or university is required
Q: Can you access the course at any time?
A: Yes. CCCA’s courses are available 24/7 from any location in Australia allowing you to study at a time and pace convenient to you
Q: I am having trouble logging into the course through the website.
A: When copying your username and password into the login fields please make sure there are no extra spaces before or after the data entered, as this may return an error
Q: What if I need help with the CCCA course?
A: Call us on 1300 240 944 or email us at info@ccca.com.au
Q: What IT requirements do I need?
A: Access is easy and only requires internet access and a flash player. The course can be accessed via your pc, tablet or smartphone
Q: Is online learning engaging?
A: Yes. CCCA’s courses have been specifically designed to make your learning experience as engaging as possible
Q: How are the courses assessed?
A: Assessments are delivered in a series of short form questions at the end of each component and one final free form assessment at the end of the course
Q: Who can do the course?
A: There are no restrictions on who can do the course, you can complete the course as an individual or through your organisation
Q: What happens after I finish my course?
A: Together with the relevant certification you will receive a Learners Resource Pack which will includes your course results, any notes you made throughout the course, a reference guide for ongoing learning, a series of fact sheets and your personal action plan which you completed as your final assessment.