Educate Plus


The Admissions course outlines the basic principles underpinning contemporary practice and standards in Admissions within the education sector.

The course will equip you with practical skills for you to advance your career in Admissions and is suitable for beginner to intermediate-level practitioners within the field.

Please email with any questions.

Date & Venue

Monday 27 March and Tuesday 28 March 2023 | Level 7, UTS Building 10, 235 Jones Street, ULTIMO NSW 2007

Members need to be logged in to avail of the member rate.

Course Content

The Admissions course covers the following topics:

  • Admissions drivers
  • Leading practices in managing enrolment processes
  • Mystery shopping
  • Implementing and managing an Admissions plan
  • How to increase enrolments, how does your office compare
  • Admissions data collation and reporting
  • Admissions marketing and communications
  • Legal considerations in Admissions
  • Admissions structure and resources

Learning Hours & Assessment

You are expected to complete a self-audit survey prior to attending the face-to-face training (30 minutes to complete).

Compulsory attendance at the 2-day face-to-face training is a requirement. This is 12 hours of face-to-face training.

2022 Facilitators

Alex Milner
Partner, Milner + Huang, VIC
Grant Birse
Head of Community Engagement, Redlands, NSW
Julianne Brandon
Director of Community Engagement, Carey Baptist College, VIC
Susie Gill

Registration Fee

  • Educate Plus Members (all membership types) $1,000 +GST
  • Non-Members $1,200 +GST


“I thoroughly enjoyed the course. It was my first admissions course and all content was very relatable and will assist in streamlining processes moving forward.”

“This is a very valuable and worthwhile course, not only supplying knowledge that can be implemented straight away, but also into the future. I like that Educate Plus makes content relatable to the day-to-day workings of a position.”

“Really appreciated the professionalism of the event and the passion and energy from the presenters and their willingness to be contacted for further support.”

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