Level 1, 58 Franklin Street Melbourne Victoria 3000 Australia +61 3 9639 1807
http://www.vicat.com.au info@vicat.com.au
  • Director/Principal Ms.Amita Gill
  • Established 2006
  • Location 58 Franklin Street Melbourne Victoria 3000 Australia
  • Vice principal http://www.vicat.com.au
It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to VICAT. The college started in 2006 and has, over the years, gained an enviable reputation in imparting quality training and education. At present VICAT offers qualifications in the streams of Hospitality, Information Technology and Management. We propose to add more streams in the near future. At VICAT students are trained and assessed by a team of highly qualified industry professionals and trainers, thus imparting excellent academic and practical training which is second to none. It is our endeavour to impart excellent training, thus enabling our students to assimilate into the Australian lifestyle and workforce.
VICAT is a Registered Training Organisation and meets administrative, delivery, staffing, facility, marketing, financial, quality assurance and assessment standards agreed to by Federal, State and Territory Governments in Australia.
VICAT offers the following accredited and nationally recognised qualifications to overseas students.

Information Technology:
This course is designed for students wishing to develop skills and knowledge to be competent in introductory Information and Communication Technology (ICT) ‘technical’ functions and is designed to support information activities in the workplace and to achieve a degree of self-sufficiency as an advanced ICT ‘user’.

The Diploma of Management provides the skills and knowledge required to perform effectively as a supervisor, team leader or manager. It will enable you to develop your leadership skills, as well as other essential skills required by effective managers in all areas of business today such as managing risks, developing staff and implementing quality systems.

CISCO Course :
This course focuses on providing the skills and knowledge necessary to install, operate and troubleshoot a small to medium-size branch office Enterprise network, including configuring several switches and routers, connecting to a WAN and implementing network security.

The city and surrounding suburbs are well serviced by a public transport network of buses, trains and trams. A multicultural city enriched by 170 ethnic groups. Sometimes called the culinary capital of Australia, Melbourne has a vast array of restaurants, offering a variety of international cuisine. Bustling Chinatown in the heart of the city, serves up the finest of Asian cuisine and culture. Several other Melbourne streets are dedicated to Vietnamese, Japanese, Italian and Greek food - cuisine to suit every palate and many to suit a student's budget.