How to enrol/pay

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ENROLMENT OPTIONS

If you would like to enrol in any of our courses, you will need to:

1. REGISTER for a course by either phoning the centre on 9578 8996, coming into the centrein person or registering online.

2. ENROLMENT FORM – all students must complete an Enrolment Form after registering for a course. Click here to download an Enrolment Form. If you cannot download the enrolment form, please ring the centre on 9578 8996. Send your completed form by mail/email or bring it in person.

3. PAYMENT must be made 7 days prior to a course commencing to guarantee your place.

PAYMENT OPTIONS

After REGISTERING in a program you have the following payment options:

  • Mail
    Mail your enrolment form and cheque to:
    GEALC
    P.O. Box 219 Ormond
    Vic 3204
  • In Person
    Bring completed enrolment form to the centre along with Cash or Cheque (made payable to GEALC).
  • Bank Transfer
    You can pay your fees by transfering money to GEALC’s Bank Account. You must mail or bring a completed enrolment form to the centre.
    Bank Name: Bendigo Bank
    BSB No: 633 000
    Account No: 160 865 622
    You must put your NAME and CLASS CODE (see timetable) as a REFERENCE. For example: B.Jones MO113
  • Online
    Book your course online and you have the option of using your credit card with PayPal – click here. You must mail or bring a completed enrolment form to the centre.

COURSE REFUNDS

If you cancel one week prior to start of a course, an administration fee of 10% of the cost of course will be deducted.
No refund will be given once a course has commenced.
NOTE: If a course is cancelled by the Centre, a full refund will be given.

For more information about our courses, click the relevant link below:

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