Chongqing Vocational Institute of Engineering – Australian Study Tour

Chongqing Vocational Institute of Engineering
Australian Study Tour

(I) Program Objectives

In order to create opportunities for youth to experience international education and to understand western culture and the political systems, GBCA has designed an innovative study tour to Melbourne, voted 5 consecutive year as the world’s most liveable city. In this 10-day of international experience, students have the opportunity to enhance their English language skills while experiencing the beauty and culture of Melbourne. The study tour program provides students with a unique opportunity to enrich their mindset in a globalised context and provides a foundation to become successful global citizens.

(II) Program Features

• Wide array of specialised lessons
• Tours to reputable school and student exchange
• Immerse in Australia’s culture and learn about arts, history and sports
• Experience local culture, local delicacies and indigenous culture

(III) The GBCA Study Tour Advantage

• Diversified program conducted by experienced lecturers
• New state-of-art learning centre situated in Melbourne Central
• Excursion to reputable universities and immerse in cultural and language exchange with international students
• Explore Melbourne’s local attractions and discover the true charm of the world’s most liveable city
• Dedicated support services – our designated professional staff will accompany and provide support to the students throughout their stay

(IV) Fees

RMB 30,000 yuan. Fees inclusive of program fee and materials, accommodation, return ticket, local transportation and insurance. The fees do not include visa fee, dining and personal expenses. Accommodation: modern apartments located in the heart of Melbourne.

(V) Registration Period

This program is open to all students of Chongqing Vocational Institute of Engineering. Registration period begins on September 7 2015 and will close on 30 November 2015.

(VI) Study Tour Program

  • Day 1 Departure – Chong Qing
  • Day 2 Arrival at Melbourne International Airport. Airport reception and coach transfer to Melbourne student apartments. Welcome ceremony and program orientation. Tour to Melbourne University, Australia’s Number 1 university – view its facilities such as laboratories, library and classrooms and have local international student exchange. City Tour – Flinders Street Train, Federation square, Yarra River
  • Day 3 Lesson: Background of Australia’s political systems and culture Melbourne museum, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne Town Hall, St Patrick’s Cathedral
  • Day 4 Lesson: Australian education system, changes and development. Tour to RMIT and have local international student exchange. Visit and enjoy a stroll in Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria
  • Day 5 Lesson: Australia’s unique dining and entertainment. Visit Queen Victoria Market and enjoy a conversation with local vendors. Sample local delicacies such as Kangaroo meet and crocodile meat
  • Day 6 Watch Australian Open and feel the local passion for the sports Golf lesson at a park where beginners can acquire skill and knowledge in a relaxed environment
  • Day 7 Admire Melbourne’s graffiti street alley, street arts and performance Tour Melbourne zoo and experience close encounter with kangaroos, koalas and other Australian wildlife
  • Day 8 Explore Australia’s Aboriginal culture – watch indigenous ceremonial performance and sample their food
  • Day 9 Tour to Melbourne’s famous wineries – witness the refinery process and have a unique tasting experience in the beautiful wineries
  • Day 10 Home sweet home

Note: the above schedule is for reference only. Actual schedule may be slightly adjusted accordingly to the arrangements with the university and schools.

(VII) University Tour

The University of Melbourne
The University of Melbourne, established in 1853, is Australia’s second oldest university and is a member of the Group of Eight and the Association of Pacific Rim Universities. It is one of the Asia-Pacific International Trade Education and Research Alliance member universities.

Being an academic hub in the Southern Hemisphere, the University of Melbourne is consistently ranked among the leading universities in the world. It is ranked 1st in Australia in Academic Ranking of World Universities (2015) and 33rd in Times Higher Education World University Rankings (2014-2015). Since its establishment, it has nurtured six Nobel Laureates which has well proven its academic performance.

RMIT University
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) is one of Australia’s oldest university which is renowned for its graduate employability. RMIT is ranked 32nd worldwide in QS World University Rankings (2014) among universities less than 50 years old. It is among top 15 universities in Australia and is ranked as a 5-Star University in QS Stars international evaluation system.

RMIT provides innovative and industry-relevant curriculum to its students and its qualifications are internationally recognized. It constantly redesigns its curriculum in accordance to the industry needs to prepare the students with up-to-date skills and knowledge. Its practical in application learning model has attracted many students who can apply their knowledge into practice and quickly adapt to different work environments.

(VIII) Registration and General Enquiries

China office:
• Office Phone:023-62846426
• Contact person:Teacher Lu/ Teacher Peng
• Office: Chongqing Vocational Institute of Engineering’s International Affairs, Admin Building 410

Australia office:
• Contact person:Leslie
• Wechat:18801121277
• Email:gl.gbca.au@gmail.com
• Phone: (+61) 0466 268 122 or (+613) 9041 3050

International Youth Business Talent Project Chongqing

International Youth Business Talent Project
Australian Business Training Program

(I) Program Objectives

Australian Business Training Program provides our talented undergraduates with an opportunity to attend a program exchange in Australia and seeks to cultivate their globalisation mindset and instill a sense of entrepreneurship. Our college designed the holistic ‘International Youth Business Talent Project” program where undergraduates learn skills to develop and present business plans and to recognize the challenges and opportunities globally. Through sharing by business expert, they will gain valuable insight in developing strategic plans and how to build collaborative relationships.

(II) Training Program

During this Business training program, participants will develop skills in identifying business opportunities, drafting and presenting business plans, developing creativity and building leadership skills. It seeks to equip them with skills to build a strong foundation in international business.

(III) Program Highlights
• Practical application on global business investment model
• Guidance and coaching by experienced business experts
• Create feasible business plans
• Business plan presentation, expert feedback and prizes
• Reputable University tours and immerse in international student exchange
• Visit local attractions, taste local delicacies and immerse in Australian culture and way of life
• Accommodation – apartments situated in Melbourne Central, within free tram zone and shopping district
• Dedicated care and guidance by our experienced staff throughout the program

(IV) Expert Profile
Jon Burgess, the Founder and Director of Kwan Management Consultancy, is an international business leader in business strategy and management. He founded Kwan Management Consultancy (http://www.kwan.com.au) in 2002 which has provided valuable guidance for international corporations. His development of The Three Minds™ philosophy has helped many to connect and collaborate with their people.

(V) Fees
RMB 30,000 yuan. Fees inclusive of course fee and materials, accommodation, return ticket, local transportation and insurance. The fees do not include visa fee, dining and personal expenses.

(VI) Registration Period
Registration is open to all students of Chongqing Vocational Institute of Engineering. Registration period commences on 7 September 2015 and will close on 30 November 2015.

(VII) Program Schedule
Departure – Mid January 2016

  • Day 1 Departure – Chong Qing. Arrival at Melbourne International Airport and check in at Melbourne apartments
  • Day 2 Opening ceremony and Program briefing, Malaysian cuisine, School and city tour, State library, Federation square, Flinders Street Train Station, Royal Botanic Gardens
  • Day 3 Business Lesson 1 – Market analysis, Thai cuisine, Small group local market research, exploration of product or market potential
  • Day 4 Business Lesson 2 – Feasibility study, Japanese cuisine, Melbourne Museum, Victorian Art Gallery
  • Day 5 Business Lesson 3 – Assessment of team capabilities, Korean cuisine, Exchange with University of Melbourne and RMIT lecturers and students
  • Day 6 Business Lesson 4 – Development plan, Australian burger, Phillip Island – Visit Chocolate Factory & watch Penguin Parade, a magnificent return of fairy penguins to their burrows along the beach in Phillip Island.
  • Day 7 Business Lesson 5 – Financial budget and timeline, Italian pasta or pizza, Werribee Open Range Zoo, Werribee Park , mansion and Victoria State Rose Garden
  • Day 8 Expert Lecture and evaluation, Australian BBQ along Yarra River, local international student exchange
  • Day 9 Melbourne Day trip (Tour to Sovereign Hill or the Twelve Apostles)
  • Day 10 Home Sweet Home

Remark: Speaker award winners will receive certificates and prizes from GBCA
Note:Actual schedule may be slightly adjusted accordingly

(VIII) University Tours
• The University of Melbourne
The University of Melbourne, established in 1853, is Australia’s second oldest university and is a member of the Group of Eight and the Association of Pacific Rim Universities. It is one of the Asia-Pacific International Trade Education and Research Alliance member universities.

Being an academic hub in the Southern Hemisphere, the University of Melbourne is consistently ranked among the leading universities in the world. It is ranked 1st in Australia in Academic Ranking of World Universities (2015) and 33rd in Times Higher Education World University Rankings (2014-2015). Since its establishment, it has nurtured six Nobel Laureates which has well proven its academic performance.

• RMIT University
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) is one of Australia’s oldest university which is renowned for its graduate employability. RMIT is ranked 32nd worldwide in QS World University Rankings (2014) among universities less than 50 years old. It is among top 15 universities in Australia and is ranked as a 5-Star University in QS Stars international evaluation system.

RMIT provides innovative and industry-relevant curriculum to its students and its qualifications are internationally recognized. It constantly redesigns its curriculum in accordance to the industry needs to prepare the students with up-to-date skills and knowledge. Its practical in application learning model has attracted many students who can apply their knowledge into practice and quickly adapt to different work environments.

(IX) Registration and General Enquiries

China office:
• Office Phone:023-62846426
• Contact person:Teacher Lu/ Teacher Peng
• Office: Chongqing Vocational Institute of Engineering’s International Affairs, Admin Building 410

Australia office:
• Contact person:Leslie
• Wechat:18801121277
• Email:gl.gbca.au@gmail.com
• Phone: (+61) 0466 268 122 or (+613) 9041 3050

Global Youth Business Talent Program Huashang

Global Youth Business Talent Program
(Special Offer Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of Huashang College of Guangdong University of Finance and Economics)

(I) Program Objectives

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Huashang College of Guangdong University of Finance and Economics our College has designed a holistic ‘Global Youth Business Talent Program” to reward our talented undergraduates. This program provides undergraduates with an opportunity to attend a program exchange in Australia and seeks to cultivate their globalisation mindset and instill a sense of entrepreneurship. The participants will learn skills to develop and present business plans and to recognize the challenges and opportunities globally. Through sharing by business experts, they will gain a valuable insight into developing strategic plans and how to build collaborative relationships.

(II) Program Training

During this Business training program, participants will develop skills in identifying business opportunities, drafting and presenting business plans, developing creativity and building leadership skills. It seeks to equip them with skills to build a strong foundation in international business.

(III) Expert Profile

Jon Burgess, the Founder and Director of Kwan Management Consultancy, is an international business leader in business strategy and management. He founded Kwan Management Consultancy (http://www.kwan.com.au) in 2002 which has provided valuable guidance for international corporations. His development of The Three Minds™ philosophy has helped many to connect and collaborate with their people.

(IV) Program Highlights

• Students who successfully complete this program will receive 1 credit for General Education elective subject
• Practical application of global business investment model
• Guidance and coaching by experienced business experts
• Create feasible business plans
• Business plan presentation, expert feedback and prizes
• Reputable University tours and immerse in international student exchange
• Visit local attractions, taste local delicacies and immerse in Australian culture and way of life
• Accommodation – apartments situated in Melbourne Central, within the free tram zone and shopping district
• Dedicated care and guidance by our experienced staff throughout the program

(V) Fees

Program cost: RMB 30,000 yuan per person
Free entitlement: Students who pass the final selection will receive full subsidy of RMB 30,000 yuan from the College (12 places available)
Participate at your own cost: The College will grant subsidy for half of the fee RMB 15,000 yuan per person. Students will only need to pay the rest RMB 15,000 yuan per person (30 places available).
We welcome students to participate at their own cost as the College will provide RMB 15,000 yuan subsidy.
Fees include: Course fee and materials, accommodation, return ticket, visa fees, local transportation and insurance.
Fees exclude: Personal expenses.

(VI) Registration
Registration Method: Register via “Huashang e family”
Registration period: Registration begins from 10th September 2015 and will close on 25th September 2015. (Click here for registration)

Students can apply to participate at their own expenses should meet the following requirements:
1. Obey college rules and conduct. No misbehavior or violation of the rules during the time at the College
2. In good health and no major medical conditions.
Students can apply for free entitlement should meet the following requirements:
1. Have received any one of the following rewards: National Scholarship, National Encouragement Scholarship, first award of College Outstanding Student
2. Achieved 425 or more in CET-4 at College
3. In good health and no major medical conditions.

(VII) For enquiries contact:
020-82665836 Teacher Xiong
020-82666108 Teacher Li
International Exchange and Cooperation Department,
Administrative Building 504
Alternatively contact the Student Advisor in your own campus/department

(VIII) Program Schedule

  • Day 1 Departure – Beijing, Shanghai or Guangzhou. Arrival at Melbourne International Airport and check into Melbourne apartments
  • Day 2 Opening ceremony and Program briefing, Malaysian cuisine, School and city tour, State library, Federation square, Flinders Street Train Station, Royal Botanic Gardens
  • Day 3 Business Lesson 1 – Market analysis, Thai cuisine, Small group local market research, exploration of product or market potential
  • Day 4 Business Lesson 2 – Feasibility study, Japanese cuisine, Guidance and instruction on business plan and group discussion
  • Day 5 Business Lesson 3 – Assessment of team capabilities, Korean cuisine, Guidance and instruction on business plan and group discussion
  • Day 6 Business Lesson 4 – Development plan, Australian burger, Exchange with University of Melbourne and RMIT lecturers and students. Explore Australian coffee culture
  • Day 7 Business Lesson 5 – Financial budget and timeline, Italian pasta or pizza, Mock business plan presentation
  • Day 8 Expert Lecture and evaluation Australian BBQ along Yarra River, local international student exchange
  • Day 9 Melbourne Day trip (Tour to Sovereign Hill or the Twelve Apostles)
  • Day 10 Home Sweet Home

Remark: Speaker award winners will receive certificates and prizes from GBCA
Note:Actual schedule may be slightly adjusted accordingly

(IX) University Tours
• The University of Melbourne
The University of Melbourne, established in 1853, is Australia’s second oldest university and is a member of the Group of Eight and the Association of Pacific Rim Universities. It is one of the Asia-Pacific International Trade Education and Research Alliance member universities.

Being an academic hub in the Southern Hemisphere, the University of Melbourne is consistently ranked among the leading universities in the world. It is ranked 1st in Australia in Academic Ranking of World Universities (2015) and 33rd in Times Higher Education World University Rankings (2014-2015). Since its establishment, it has nurtured six Nobel Laureates which has well proven its academic performance.

• RMIT University
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) is one of Australia’s oldest university which is renowned for its graduate employability. It is among top 15 universities in Australia and is ranked as a 5-Star University in QS Stars international evaluation system.

RMIT provides innovative and industry-relevant curriculum to its students and its qualifications are internationally recognized. It constantly redesigns its curriculum in accordance to the industry needs to prepare the students with up-to-date skills and knowledge. Its practical in application learning model has attracted many students who can apply their knowledge into practice and quickly adapt to different work environments.

(X) Registration and General Enquiries
Students who are interested please submit the application form via “Huashang e family” before 25th September.

For inquiry contact:

China office:
• International Exchange and Cooperation Department, Administrative Building 504
• 020-82665836 Teacher Xiong / 020-82666108 Teacher Li
• Office in each department (for details contact the Student Advisor in your own department)
• Follow: Huashang e family, Huashang Youth League Weibo, Huashang exchange and cooperation center wechat.

Australia office:
• Contact person:Leslie Gao
• Wechat:18801121277
• Email:gl.gbca.au@gmail.com
• Phone: (+61) 0466 268 122 or (+613) 9041 3050

FNS40215 Certificate IV in Bookkeeping

This course is part of the Financial Services Training Package and satisfies the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) guidelines. This qualification reflects the job roles of contract bookkeepers and employees performing bookkeeping tasks for organisations in a range of industries.
This may include:
• Establishing and maintaining accounting systems
• Assisting with Business Activity Statements (BAS)
• Assisting with office taxes and payrolls
• Developing management systems for organisations

Under certain conditions, successful students may meet requirements for registration with the Tax Practitioners Board.
This qualification is suitable for candidates currently working in bookkeeping roles who are seeking a formal qualification to enhance and confirm their existing knowledge and skills.

Course duration: Delivery will occur over a 20 week period with 20 hours scheduled classes per week. To allow for school holidays and breaks this will occur over a period of 22 weeks.
• Student contact hours = 20 hrs per week x 20 weeks = 400 hours
• Self-study average of 20 hours per weeks by 20 weeks = 400 hours
• Study break = 2 weeks

Schedule: This will be achieved by scheduling classes for 3 days per week over 20 weeks, (2 days for 8 hours each, 1 day for 4 hours). Time outside the scheduled classroom delivery time may be used for self-study and extra tuition, if required.
The other days of the week may be used for private study time and extra tuition, if required.
Examples are indicated below:
• Term 1 : 10 Weeks
Study Break: 2 Weeks
• Term 2 : 10 Weeks
Total of 22 weeks
This course may be delivered in a different schedule but will always maintain 400 hours of student contact and 400 hours of self-study.
If students enrol in one course, it will be 22 weeks and if students enrol for two course, it will be 44 weeks.

Entry requirements:

• All students must be 18 years of age or older

• Minimum of IELTS 5.5 (for International students only)

• All students are required to complete Pre-training review at the application stage

• All students are required to meet the requirements of previous accounting qualification (Cert I or II or III in Financial Services or equivalent); or minimum of Year 12 or equivalent Academic Statement (certified) with a pass grade in accounting unit; or minimum of 6 months industry working experience with accounting duties in a registered company

• All students are required to complete the LLN Test prior to course commencement (on the orientation day)

• Students will need to be able to attend classes at the campus and for home study and assignments should have access to a computer and the internet. Students will be made aware of the specific skills that underpin the outcomes and performance requirements of the course units to ensure students are capable of demonstrating ability prior to entering the course.

• This course has been designed to be delivered through classroom based delivery and students must have the ability to attend the scheduled sessions as per the timetable. Students are to be informed of the timetable on enrolment and must maintain the required student contact hours.

Qualifications and Recognition
On successful completion of this course, you will be awarded by GBCA with the nationally recognised FNS40215 Certificate IV in Bookkeeping.
Potential career opportunities
• Bookkeeper
• BAS agent
• Accounts payable/receivable
• Payroll officer
• Stock control officer
• Accounts supervisor
This qualification reflects the role of individuals who utilise, well-developed skills and knowledge in a variety of business environments, and possess the ability to prepare financial statements, operate computerised accounting systems etc. This course also includes competencies stipulated by the Tax Practitioners Board (TPB) for registered BAS agents, other conditions apply including a designated period of experience. Persons seeking BAS agent registration should check current registration requirements with the TPB as this is regularly reviewed.

Tuition fee:
• Course fee: $5,500
• An initial payment of $1,000.00 is required at the enrolment and further payments over 5 months is $900.00 per month. A specific schedule of payments will be arranged at enrolment.

Non-tuition fee:
• Material fee: $200
• Enrolment fee: $250 (non-refundable, at least 5 days prior to intake)

GBCA will not collect more than $1500 before the commencement of the course.
There will be a cooling period of 5 working days.

FNS30315 Certificate III in Accounts Administration

This course is part of the Financial Services Training Package and satisfies the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) guidelines. This qualification reflects the job roles of employees with functions that could include:
• Filing, checking and processing financial data entry and processing accounts payable/receivable
• Providing customer service in financial transactions
• Assisting in processing payroll
• Front line cashiering and bank account maintenance
• Assisting with entering transaction data to ledgers and maintaining a general ledger
• Processing purchases and sales including EFT/e-business

This qualification provides the entry level skills and knowledge of:
• Accrual accounting in both manual and computerised systems
• Preparing basic financial reports
• Communication
• Customer service skills

Course duration: Delivery will occur over a 20 week period with 20 hours scheduled classes per week. To allow for school holidays and breaks this will occur over a period of 22 weeks.
• Student contact hours = 20 hrs per week x 20 weeks = 400 hours
• Self-study average of 20 hours per weeks by 20 weeks = 400 hours
• Study break = 2 weeks

Schedule: This will be achieved by scheduling classes for 3 days per week over 20 weeks, (2 days for 8 hours each, 1 day for 4 hours). Time outside the scheduled classroom delivery time may be used for self-study and extra tuition, if required.
The other days of the week may be used for private study time and extra tuition, if required.
Examples are indicated below:
• Term 1 : 10 Weeks
Study Break: 2 Weeks
• Term 2 : 10 Weeks
Total of 22 weeks
This course may be delivered in a different schedule but will always maintain 400 hours of student contact and 400 hours of self-study.
If students enrol in one course, it will be 22 weeks and if students enrol for two course, it will be 44 weeks.

Entry requirements:

• All students must be 18 years of age or older

• Minimum of IELTS 5.5 (for International students only)

• All students are required to complete Pre-training review at the application stage

• All students are required to meet the requirements of previous accounting qualification (Cert I or II or III in Financial Services or equivalent); or minimum of Year 12 or equivalent Academic Statement (certified) with a pass grade in accounting unit; or minimum of 6 months industry working experience with accounting duties in a registered company

• All students are required to complete the LLN Test prior to course commencement (on the orientation day)

• Students will need to be able to attend classes at the campus and for home study and assignments should have access to a computer and the internet. Students will be made aware of the specific skills that underpin the outcomes and performance requirements of the course units to ensure students are capable of demonstrating ability prior to entering the course.

• This course has been designed to be delivered through classroom based delivery and students must have the ability to attend the scheduled sessions as per the timetable. Students are to be informed of the timetable on enrolment and must maintain the required student contact hours.

Qualifications and Recognition:

On successful completion of this course, you will be awarded by GBCA with the nationally recognised FNS30315 Certificate III in Accounts Administration.
Potential career opportunities
• Accounts Clerk
• Accounts Receivable Clerk
• Accounts Payable Clerk
• Payroll Clerk
• Customer Service in the financial services industry
• Cashier
Upon completion of this course, students will have a comprehensive understanding in areas of theory, practical expertise and be sufficiently prepare for the workforce. This qualification provides students with the necessary knowledge and skills to complete a range of tasks including, complex spreadsheets, payroll work, BAS (Business Activity Statement) services and more. In addition, students will be acquainted with the operation of business technologies, the MYOB computerised accounting system, as well as fundamental office procedures and customer service skills.

Tuition fee:
• Course fee: $3,500
• An initial payment of $1,000.00 is required at the enrolment and further payments over 5 months is $500.00 per month. A specific schedule of payments will be arranged at enrolment.

Non-tuition fee:
• Material fee: $200
• Enrolment fee: $250 (non-refundable)

GBCA will not collect more than $1500 before the commencement of the course.
There will be a cooling period of 5 working days.

Australian Cultural Arts Exploration Program

1. Program Objective:
Australian Cultural Arts Exploration Program is designed and tailored specifically for art lovers. Melbourne as the art capital of the southern hemisphere, has gained the titles of ‘The Capital of Charm in the Southern hemisphere’ and ‘The Australian Art Capital’. This program can satisfy the demands of art lovers to explore the rich Australian culture and rapidly growing world of art. The itinerary specifically includes visits to world renown museums, exhibition centres, national and private galleries; simultaneously embracing the opera and orchestral performances. Our experienced art tour guide will effectively provide comprehensive information to those who crave professional and systematic knowledge, offering a unique opportunity to broaden their horizon and an unprecedented experience!

2. Program features:
Art lovers will visit the National Gallery of Victoria, Arts Centre, Museums, Australian Centre for the Moving Image and Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, you will get an opportunity to appreciate and understand the history and evolution of Australian art, accompanied entirely by an art tour guide. Melbourne has a large number of theaters and concert hall facilities, art lovers will have the opportunity to listen to a symphony or watch a famous opera, enjoy unlimited visual auditory pleasure and interact with different local artists and Chinese artists, at the same time view different styles of buildings, parks, botanical gardens, churches etc. and experience the strong cultural atmosphere of Melbourne.

Program Highlights
★ World Renown Exhibition Centres – National Gallery of Victoria,Arts Centre Melbourne,Art Gallery of New South Wales(Sydney tour)
★ Eastern and Western artist exchange – Participate in art forums,experience the western art culture and speak to the artists
★ Visual auditory banquet – watch internationally renowned Melbourne symphony orchestral performances and famous opera performances
★ Melbourne city seminar venues,modern classrooms and teaching facilities
★ Experience local culture and landscape attractions –Sydney Opera House,Sydney Harbour Bridge,Darling Harbour(Sydney tour)
★ Comprehensive congenial service – comprehensive pre-travelling training, accompanied guide to explain Australia art history and background
★ Amiable living conditions and environment – central city modern family style apartments, located in the midst of the free tram zone, adjacent to many large shopping centres and Chinatown
3. Program fees
The Australia Cultural Arts Exploration Program fee is 29000RMB per person, if you choose to join the Sydney tour too, there will be an additional 6000RMB per person.

Fees are inclusive of course program and material fees, accommodation, return ticket, local transportation, visa application fees, dining expenses and insurance. The fees do not include personal expenses.
4. Registration period
The registration period commences on 1st September 2015 and closes on 30th November 2015.

5. Program Itinerary
Program schedules can be tailored to your specific needs.

  • Day 1 Depart from Beijing/Shanghai/Guangzhou to Melbourne, check into accommodation
  • Day 2 Visit Arts Centre, this is the largest performing arts centre in Melbourne and the main venue for art performances Visit National Gallery of Victoria, with a collection of over 20,000 pieces from the colonial period to the contemporary Australian art.
  • Day 3 Australia’s food and wine culture,experience food and wine festivals,taste different cuisines Visit Melbourne’s famous winery, understand the wine making process,wine tasting and admire the beautiful scenery
  • Day 4 Australian Centre for the Moving Image, immerse yourself in the world of movies, television series, digital culture; The Federation Square Complex with its abstract surreal design became a new icon of the 21st century in Melbourne. Flinders Street Stations is Melbourne’s largest and busiest railway station, constructed in the Victorian era; Melbourne Immigration Museum objectively reflected the immigration history of Victoria
  • Day 5 Understand the Aboriginal Culture, watch performances and taste indigenous food
  • Day 6 South bank theatre is one of the main venue for the Melbourne Theatre Troupe, art lovers will have the opportunity to watch and musical or concert here Australian Centre for Contemporary Art is an important landmark of Melbourne, it portrays the shape of a ship, has four exhibition spaces of varying sizes, displaying the most avant-garde of international and Australian art
  • Day 7 Participate in local art forum and visit Centre for Contemporary Photography, a place loved by many photographers and consists of different themed exhibitions Appreciate collectibles and understand the history behind Australian antiques
  • Day 8 Private galleries of diversified styles and concepts, street art – Melbourne with its unique form of art expression has gained the title of ‘The World’s Greatest Street Art Capital’ Talk with Chinese artists and exchange thoughts and ideas
  • Day 9 Invite artists to present about the characteristics of the Western Art style – GBCA campus
  • Day 10 Depart for China or continue to Sydney

Note: the above schedule is for reference only. Actual schedule may be slightly adjusted accordingly to fit the school arrangements.

Optional Sydney Tour
Program schedules can be tailored to your specific needs.
Sydney Tour itinerary

  • Day 10 Arrive in Sydney, visit Sydney Opera House, staff will lead the children and parents to explore the Opera House and give detailed explanations about the interior layout. Visit Sydney Harbour Bridge, those interested can display a health certification and climb the bridge under professional supervisor of the instructor (at own expense). Darling Harbour is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the scenery. You can also visit the Sydney Aquarium, Maritime Museum etc.
  • Day 11 Queen Victoria Building is a 19th century historical tourist attraction and a beautiful shopping centre. It now has over 180 stores, cafes and restaurants. Opposite the building is the vibrant Chinatown. The Sydney Fish Market is largest seafood market in the southern hemisphere for retail and wholesale, and has over hundreds of fresh produce to choose from, a must visit place for seafood lovers. There are tables and chairs situated outside the market so you can eat while enjoying the view of the sea.
  • Day 12 Art Gallery of New South Wales is one of the three national galleries in Australia, display some of the most outstanding art of Australia. The gallery mainly exhibits Australian art works of various periods, including Impressionist art and art from Asia; Museum of Contemporary Art Australia exhibits traditional indigenous art and contemporary art, work from 20th century European artists and also art from Asia.
  • Day 13 Depart for China

Note: the above schedule is for reference only. Actual schedule may be slightly adjusted accordingly to fit the school arrangements.

6. Registration and General Enquiries
Contact person:Leslie Wechat:18801121277 Email:gl.gbca.au@gmail.com
Phone: (+61) 0466 268 122 or (+613) 9041 3050

Australian Energy Market – International Training and Study Program

Energy market is fundamental to a nation’s economic growth. At the beginning of 2015, the state council released a paper by CPC Central Committee on the restructuring of energy market. It aims to achieve optimal resource allocation in its new integrated energy system and encourages investment in energy capital market. Energy market restructuring is a series of projects and the key is how to implement energy structural adjustments in the complicated energy market and to strike a balance of cooperation between energy market and coal market.

The Australian energy market has started its restructuring since the mid-1990s. Over more than twenty years of constant development and innovation, its energy market has improved and matured. In terms of competition and effectiveness of energy businesses, the Australian energy market is one of the world’s rare success stories.

Our program aims to seek a deeper understanding of Australian energy market’s current market structure, operation model and its restructuring experience. Through this opportunity to learn and tap into Australia’s experience, it could provide a catalyst to China’s Energy Market restructuring process. Prospective investors of Australian energy market can gain background knowledge of the market.

Program mainly consists of the following:

• Australian Energy Market Talk
Training consists of:
– Lectures by Energy industry experts, illustrating using combination of work and case studies
– Industry Expert Panel Symposium
– Market Stimulation
Program content includes:
– Structure of Australian Energy Market
– National Energy Market—Real time Energy Market
– Energy Financial Market
– Energy Retail Market
– National Energy Market – Interstate Auction Market
– National Energy Market – Service Market
– Renewable Energy Market
– Transmission Network Operators
– Pipeline Gas Market
– Pipeline Gas Business

• Visit to Australian Energy Regulatory Authorities Department

• Tours to Australia Energy Corporations
– Hydro Australia – to gain deeper understanding of the operation model and structure of Australian Electricity market
– Entura – to learn about the similarities and differences of Chinese and Australian Energy market and explore potential cooperation in renewable energy development

• Visit to Australian Trade Commission (Austrade) to gain understanding of the Australian business model and development direction

• Visit to reputable Australian universities (Melbourne University and RMIT) to gain an understanding of the program and professional courses related to energy market

• Visit local attractions and immerse in Australian culture and way of life

Speaker profile:

Professor Liu is currently the Principal Analyst with AGL Energy Limited, one of Australia’s leading energy companies. He has 15 years of experience in energy market analysis particularly in the following areas:

– Hydropower computer system stimulation
– Reservoir storage opportunity cost analysis and pricing
– Research and forecast of energy consumption
– Energy market modelling and price forecast
– Energy trade strategy and energy price setting
– Retail energy pricing method and application
– Market analysis of retail market and forecast consumer consumption
– Pipeline gas market analysis
– Renewable energy market analysis

In the course of his market analysis work, Professor Liu has provided various effective business development strategies and is commended for his significant contribution to the energy market.

Prior to joining energy market industry, Professor Liu was involved in particle physic research. He has a Master in Science, Physics from Tsinghua University and a Bachelor of Science, Physics from Jilin University. He also obtained Certificate in Applied Finance and Investment from the Securities Institute of Australia.

Program duration and fees

In accordance to your company’s specification, the duration of the program could be structured as follows:
– 3-day short course
– 7-day long course
– 14-day comprehensive course

Program schedule and timing can be adjusted accordingly to your company’s schedule.

Program fees will depend on your choice of program duration, accommodation, meals and local sightseeing attractions.

Australian Energy Market – International Training and Study Program

Day 1 Departure to Melbourne. Arrival at Melbourne International Airport and check in Melbourne Central City apartments.

Day 2 Lecturer – Professor Liu
• Structure of Australia Energy Market
• National Energy Market—Real time Energy Market
Sightseeing – St Patrick’s Cathedral, Fitzroy Gardens, Captain Cook cottage, Royal Botanic Gardens, Arts Centre Melbourne

Day 3 Lecturer – Professor Liu
• Energy Financial Market
• Energy Retail Market Tour of Phillip Island – Penguin Parade
Watch magnificent return of fairy penguins to their burrows along the beach in Phillip island

Day 4 Lecturer – Professor Liu
• National Energy Market – Service Market
• National Energy Market – Interstate Auction Market
Visit to Australian Trade Commission (Austrade)

Day 5 Lecturer – Professor Liu
• Renewable Energy Market
• Transmission Network Operators Exchange with University of Melbourne and RMIT

Day 6 Lecturer – Professor Liu
• Pipeline Gas Market
• Pipeline Gas Business • Industry Expert Panel Symposium
• Market Stimulation

Day 7 Tour – Hydro Tasmania and Entura

Day 8 Melbourne Day trip (Snow Mountain tour or the Twelve Apostles)

Day 9 Return

(I) Registration and General Enquiries
Contact person:Leslie Wechat:18801121277 Email:gl.gbca.au@gmail.com
Phone: (+61) 0466 268 122 or (+613) 9041 3050

Global Youth Business Talent Program

(I) Program Objectives

Global Youth Business Talent Program provides our talented undergraduates an opportunity to attend a program exchange in Australia and seeks to cultivate their globalisation mindset and instill a sense of entrepreneurship. Our college designed a holistic ‘Global Youth Business Talent Program” where undergraduates learn the required skills to develop and present business plans and to recognize the challenges and opportunities globally. Through share sessions by business experts, they will gain valuable insight into developing strategic plans and how to build collaborative relationships.

(II) Program Training

During this Business training program, participants will develop skills in identifying business opportunities, drafting and presenting business plans, developing creativity and building leadership skills. It seeks to equip them with skills to build a strong foundation in international business

Program Highlights
• Practical application of the global business investment model
• Guidance and coaching by experienced business experts
• Develop feasible business plans
• Business plan presentation, expert feedback and prizes
• Reputable University tours and immerse in international student exchange
• Visit local attractions, taste local delicacies and immerse in Australian culture and way of life
• Accommodation – apartments situated in central Melbourne, within free tram zone and shopping district
• Dedicated care and guidance from our experienced staff throughout the program

(III) Expert Profile
Jon Burgess, the Founder and Director of Kwan Management Consultancy, is an international business leader in business strategy and management. He founded Kwan Management Consultancy (http://www.kwan.com.au) in 2002 which has provided valuable guidance for international corporations. His development of The Three Minds™ philosophy has helped many to connect and collaborate with their people.

(IV) Fees
30,000 RMB per person. Fees are inclusive of course program and material fees, accommodation, return ticket, local transportation, visa application fees, dining expenses and insurance. The fees do not include personal expenses.

(V) Registration Period
Registration period begins now and will close on 30 November 2015.

(VI) Program Schedule
Program schedules can be tailored to your specific needs.

  • Day 1 Departure – Beijing, Shanghai or Guangzhou. Arrival at Melbourne International Airport and check in Melbourne apartments
  • Day 2 Opening ceremony and Program briefing Malaysian cuisine School and city tour, State library, Federation square, Flinders Street Train Station, Royal Botanic Gardens
  • Day 3 Business Lesson 1 – Market analysis Thai cuisine Small group local market research, exploration of product or market potential
  • Day 4 Business Lesson 2 – Feasibility study Japanese cuisine, Melbourne Museum, Victorian Art Gallery
  • Day 5 Business Lesson 3 – Assessment of team capabilities Korean cuisine Exchange with University of Melbourne and RMIT lecturers and students
  • Day 6 Business Lesson 4 – Development plan Australian burger Phillip Island – Visit Chocolate Factory & watch Penguin Parade, a magnificent return of fairy penguins to their burrows along the beach in Phillip Island.
  • Day 7 Business Lesson 5 – Financial budget and timeline Italian pasta or pizza Werribee Open Range Zoo, Werribee Park , mansion and Victoria State Rose Garden
  • Day 8 Expert Lecture and evaluation Australian BBQ along Yarra River, local international student exchange
  • Day 9 Melbourne Day trip (Tour to Sovereign Hill or the Twelve Apostles)
  • Day 10 Home Sweet Home

Remark: Speaker award winners will receive certificates and prizes from GBCA
Note:Actual schedule may be slightly adjusted accordingly

(VII) University Tours
• The University of Melbourne
The University of Melbourne, established in 1853, is Australia’s second oldest university and a member of the Group of Eight and the Association of Pacific Rim Universities. It is also one of the Asia-Pacific International Trade Education and Research Alliance member universities.

Being an academic hub in the Southern Hemisphere, the University of Melbourne is consistently ranked among the leading universities in the world. It is ranked 1st in Australia in Academic Ranking of World Universities (2015) and 33rd in Times Higher Education World University Rankings (2014-2015). Since its establishment, it has nurtured six Nobel Laureates which has well proven its academic performance.

• RMIT University
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) is one of Australia’s oldest university which is renowned for its graduate employability. RMIT is ranked 32nd worldwide in QS World University Rankings (2014) among universities which are less than 50 years old. It is among the top 15 universities in Australia and is ranked as a 5-Star University in QS Stars international evaluation system.

RMIT provides innovative and industry-relevant curriculum to its students and its qualifications are internationally recognized. It constantly redesigns its curriculum in accordance to the industry needs to prepare the students with up-to-date skills and knowledge. Its practical in application learning model has attracted many students who can apply their knowledge into practice and quickly adapt to different work environments.

(VIII) Registration and General Enquiries
Contact person:Leslie Wechat:18801121277 Email:gl.gbca.au@gmail.com
Phone: (+61) 0466 268 122 or (+613) 9041 3050

Australian Study Tour

(I) Program Objectives

In order to create opportunities for youth to experience international education and to understand western culture and political systems, GBCA College has designed an innovative study tour to Melbourne, the world’s most liveable city. In this 10-days of international experience, students have the opportunity to enhance their English language skills while experiencing the beauty and culture of Melbourne. The study tour program provides students with a unique opportunity to enrich their mindset in a globalised context and provides a foundation to become successful global citizens.

(II) Program Features

Study tour groups will experience the following activities:

• Wide array of specialised lessons
• Tours to reputable school and student exchange
• Immerse in Australia’s culture and learn arts, history and sports
• Experience local culture, local delicacies and Indigenous culture

(III) The GBCA Study Tour Advantage

• Small groups taught by experienced local Australian teacher and assisted by a teacher from China. Learn a variety of topics which include Australia’s political systems, culture, sports and other enriching lessons.
• GBCA College provides new state-of-art learning facilities and are supported by friendly student support staff. Situated in central Melbourne, well-serviced by convenient public transport and surrounded by shopping malls, you can even walk to Chinatown, parks or cafes.

• Dedicated support services – our designated professional staff will accompany and provide support to the students throughout their stay.
• Local authentic experience tour at value-for-money price.
• Excursion to University of Melbourne, the world’s famous and Australia’s number 1 university. Immerse in cultural and language exchange with local students and gain a new perspective.
• Explore Melbourne’s local attractions and discover the true charm of the world’s most liveable city.

(IV) Fees

30,000 RMB per person. Fees are inclusive of program fees and materials, accommodation, return ticket, local transportation, visa application fees, dining expenses and insurance. The fees does not include personal expenses. Accommodation: modern apartments located in the heart of Melbourne.

(V) Registration Period

This program is open to all students. Registration period begins on September 7 2015 and will close on 30 November 2015.

(VI) Study Tour Program

Program schedules can be tailored to your specific needs.

  • Day 1 Departure – Beijing, Shanghai or Guangzhou
  • Day 2 Arrival at Melbourne International Airport. Airport reception and coach transfer to Melbourne student apartments. Welcome ceremony and program orientation. Tour to RMIT to view its facilities such as laboratories, library and classrooms and have local international student exchange. City Tour – Flinders Street Train, Federation square, Yarra River
  • Day 3 Lesson: Background of Australia’s political systems and culture Melbourne museum, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne Town Hall, St Patrick’s Cathedral
  • Day 4 Lesson: Australian education system, Tour to University of Melbourne – Australia’s number one university and have local international student exchange. Visit and enjoy a stroll in Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria
  • Day 5 Lesson: Australia’s unique dining and entertainment, Visit Queen Victoria Market and enjoy a conversation with local vendors. Sample local delicacies such as Kangaroo meet and crocodile meat.
  • Day 6 Watch Australian Open and feel the local passion for the sports Golf lesson at a park where beginners can acquire skill and knowledge in a relaxed environment
  • Day 7 Admire Melbourne’s graffiti street alley, street arts and performance Tour Melbourne zoo and experience close encounter with kangaroos, koalas and other Australian wildlife
  • Day 8 Explore Australia’s Aboriginal culture – watch indigenous ceremonial performance and sample their food
  • Day 9 Tour to Melbourne’s famous wineries – witness the refinery process and have a unique tasting experience in the beautiful wineries
  • Day 10 Home sweet home

Note: the above schedule is for reference only. Actual schedule may be slightly adjusted accordingly to the arrangements with the university and schools.

(VII) University Tour

The University of Melbourne
The University of Melbourne, established in 1853, is Australia’s second oldest university and a member of the Group of Eight and the Association of Pacific Rim Universities. It is also one of the Asia-Pacific International Trade Education and Research Alliance member universities.

Being an academic hub in the Southern Hemisphere, the University of Melbourne is consistently ranked among the leading universities in the world. It is ranked 1st in Australia in Academic Ranking of World Universities (2015) and 33rd in Times Higher Education World University Rankings (2014-2015). Since its establishment, it has nurtured six Nobel Laureates which has well proven its academic performance.

RMIT University
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) is one of Australia’s oldest university which is renowned for its graduate employability. RMIT is ranked 32nd worldwide in QS World University Rankings (2014) among the universities less than 50 years old. It is among the top 15 universities in Australia and is ranked as a 5-Star University in QS Stars international evaluation system.

RMIT provides innovative and industry-relevant curriculum to its students and its qualifications are internationally recognized. It constantly redesigns its curriculum in accordance to the industry needs to prepare the students with up-to-date skills and knowledge. Its practical in application learning model has attracted many students who can apply their knowledge into practice and quickly adapt to different work environments.

(VIII) Registration and General Enquiries

Contact person:Leslie Wechat:18801121277 Email:gl.gbca.au@gmail.com
Phone: (+61) 0466 268 122 or (+613) 9041 3050

Australian School Exchange and Art Appreciation Program (age 14-18)

Australian School Exchange & Art Appreciation Program
(Suitable for students aged 14 to 18 year old accompanied by a parent)

(I) Program Objectives

Our program is designed to provide an insight into the Australian educational system and unique culture as well as an appreciation of music and arts. Students have the chance to discover and appreciate nature and to experience close encounters with the animals. Our well-designed art activities and tours to Australia’s local attractions enable students to experience Melbourne’s unique charm and art culture.

(II) Program Activities

Australian School Exchange & Art Appreciation program includes a 10-day program in Melbourne and an optional extended tour to Sydney and Gold Coast.

Through visits to National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne Graffiti Alley, famous century-old Puffing Billy railway, Lunar Park, Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge and Darling Harbour, students can experience the charm of the vibrant city as well as its local culture and history. They will have close encounters with different animals in Philip Island, Collingwood Children’s Farm, Aquarium and Werribee Open Range Zoo.

Parents and children will have a valuable chance to visit reputable schools and experience international educational program. Through student exchange and experience with Australian art culture, the program seeks to encourage the development of students’ artistic potential and promote their learning.

Program Highlights

★ Experienced lecturers
★ New state-of-art learning centre situated in Melbourne Central
★ Discover innovative educational systems – visit Melbourne’s reputable colleges and universities for an exchange with local students
★ Parent & Child Bonding Activities – Melbourne’s famous century-old Puffing Billy steam engine, St Kilda and Lunar Park, fruit picking, Phillip Island, chocolate factory
★ Art Discovery – Guided Art lessons, musical appreciation concert, Melbourne Museum & Melbourne’s Graffiti Alley
★ Close to Nature – Werribee Open Range Zoo, Aquarium, Collingwood Children’s Farm, Phillip Island’s Penguin Parade
★ Experience local attractions – Great Ocean Road and Australia’s famous Sovereign Hill
★ Support service and guidance – trained teacher providing guidance throughout the program
★ Comfortable Accommodation – apartments situated in Melbourne Central, Free tram zone, shopping district and Chinatown

(III) Fees

Adult: RMB 29,000, Child: RMB 23,000
Additional fee for 6-day trip to Sydney and Gold Coast – Adult: RMB 10, 000, Child: RMB 8,000
Fees are inclusive of course program and material fees, accommodation, return ticket, local transportation, visa application fees, dining expenses and insurance. The fees do not include personal expenses.

(IV) Registration Period
Registration period begins on September 1 2015 and will close on 30 November 2015.

(V) Study Tour Program

Program schedules can be tailored to your specific needs.

  • Day 1 Departure – Beijing, Shanghai or Guangzhou
    Arrival at Melbourne International Airport and check in Melbourne apartments
  • Day 2 Arts lesson – Under the skilful guidance of an art teacher, children’s appreciation and talent in Art could be nurtured. Parents could gain an insight to western teaching style. Melbourne Museum – tour one of Australia’s biggest galleries, Victorian Children’s Gallery. Melbourne’s Graffiti Alley – experience unique art.
  • Day 3 Tour to Melbourne’s reputable colleges and universities – experience live teaching and exchange with international students
  • Day 4 Ballet lesson by local teacher, theme ‘Cinderella’, Lunar Park Melbourne – thriller rides in famous amusement park, St. Kilda Beach – one of Melbourne’s most famous beaches
  • Day 5 Werribee Open Range Zoo – watch the actions of the zebras, giraffes and other African animals at a close distance. Werribee Park – Experience Victorian era living and explore the interiors of Werribee Mansion. Victoria State Rose Garden – admire more than 5000 roses
  • Day 6 Scienceworks – through hands-on participation and watching live demonstrations with their parents, children could satisfy their curiosity and learn more about Science and Technology. Phillip Island – Visit Chocolate Factory & watch Penguin Parade, a magnificent return of fairy penguins to their burrows along the beach in Phillip Island.
  • Day 7 SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium –Experience the wonders of the marine life and discover world’s aquatic special creatures such as dugongs, sharks, turtles, jellyfish, platypus, penguins, sea dragons and thousands of tropical fish. Collingwood Children’s Farm – Pony ride and themed barbecue
  • Day 8 Great Ocean Road – long winding stretches along the south-eastern coast of Australia with different scenic views and a breathtaking coastline
  • Day 9 Puffing Billy – Ride Melbourne’s famous century-old steam train, one of the most well-preserved steam railways in the world.Seasonal fruit picking – children could have fun picking strawberries, cherries or blueberries.
  • Day 10 Return to China or Departure to Sydney

Note: the above schedule is for reference only. Actual schedule may be slightly adjusted accordingly to fit the school arrangements.

Optional Tour – Sydney & Gold Coast
Program schedules can be tailored to your specific needs.
Sydney Itinerary

  • Day 10 Sydney Opera House – discover the stories and history of this iconic landmark by taking the Sydney Opera House tour.
    Sydney Harbour Bridge – Also known as the ‘Coathanger’, is a magnificent arc bridge which is a historical landmark of Sydney. Interested healthy participants can climb the bridge under the guidance of the Climb Leader (at own expense). Darling Harbour – Sydney’s large harbourside scenic recreational area, it is a perfect place to relax or visit SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium or Australian National Maritime Museum.
  • Day 11 Queen Victoria Building – built in the 19th century is Sydney’s beautiful shopping street is home to more than 180 fashion boutiques, cafes and restaurants. Across the street is vibrant Sydney’s Chinatown and experience its distinctive flavour.
    Sydney Fish Market – provides seafood lovers the opportunity to experience the hustle and bustle of a fish market. It is the largest seafood market in Southern Hemisphere where visitors can also enjoy their meals while overlooking the sea.
  • Day 12 Taronga Zoo – known as world’s most beautiful zoo’, Taronga zoo is home to over 4000 animals, including Australian native wildlife such as kangaroos, koalas, platypus and Tasmanian devils.Head to Gold Coast in the afternoon.

Gold Coast Itinerary

  • Day 13 Dream World – one of Australia’s most popular theme park and children’s fun land. Filled with thriller rides, entertainment activities and animal experience, all children will treasure this unforgettable happy experience.
  • Day 14 Sea World- Australia’s largest marine animal theme park, offering fun and adventure to all. Children can venture into an adventure in the Cochrane Polar Bear Habit, Penguin icy wonderland, Seal Harbour, Dolphin lagoon and Ray Reef exhibit. They can watch the exciting Fish Detectives show and enjoy thrilling rides.
  • Day 15 Warner Bros. Movie World- Enjoy a day of photo shoots with your favourite cartoon characters and superheros, including Bugs Bunny, Batman and many more. Watch live action-packed performances and all-star parade. Immerse yourself among the stars and enjoy the fun of first-class rides.
  • Day 16 Home Sweet Home

Note: the above schedule is for reference only. Actual schedule may be slightly adjusted accordingly to fit the school arrangements.

(VI) Registration and General Enquiries
Contact person:Leslie Wechat:18801121277 Email:gl.gbca.au@gmail.com
Phone: (+61) 0466 268 122 or (+613) 9041 3050