ALACC Health College, Australia is required to provide the Victorian Government with student and training activity data which may include information I provide in my enrolment form.
Information is required to be provided in accordance with the Victorian VET Student Statistical Collection Guidelines:
The Education Department may use the information provided to it for planning, administration, policy development, program evaluation, resource allocation, reporting and/or research activities. For these and other lawful purposes the Department may also disclose information to its consultants, advisers, other government agencies, professional bodies and/or other organisations.
For more information in relation to how student information may be used or disclosed please contact Mrs. Janet Lawrence CEO / Director of Studies on 0394804445.
In the event of non-payment of fees within 4 weeks of enrolment, the student will agree that any costs or charges associated with the collection of outstanding monies are payable by the student and will be added to the principal debt amount. For example, debt collection fees, commission, legal costs, and interest.
All overdue accounts will incur a $20 per month bookkeeping fee. ALACC reserves the right to report a student’s delinquent account to a credit reporting agency should payment remain outstanding for more than 30 days. In addition ALACC may refer the outstanding account for debt collection or issue legal proceedings to recover any outstanding invoices. Should an account be referred for debt collection, the collection costs payable by ALACC will be added to the principal debt amount. The total amount payable by students that have outstanding accounts that are referred to debt collection will be defined as the “Aggregate Sum”. The Aggregate Sum is calculated as such:
Aggregate Sum = Outstanding Balance/ (1-Commission Rate).
The Aggregate Sum will be applicable and owing on the day that ALACC refers a student's outstanding account to a debt collection agency.