Neil as the founder and owner of AVLC sets the vision and goals for AVLC. He has a real passion for helping students to learn the skills and knowledge they need for their futures. Students often seek advice from Neil and he is happy to act in the role of ‘father figure’.
Neil maintains the high standards set by AVLC for registration with ASQA. The AVLC management team works closely to maintain quality, financial and student requirements. He can honestly promote AVLC in the competitive international market as an RTO that exceeds students learning expectations through the provision of quality teaching and resources and by offering outstanding student support services.
Neil has worked in the adult education sector as a trainer, coordinator, quality assurance officer, director of studies, partner and owner of an RTO. Neil has a number of related qualifications: Graduate Certificate in Educational Leadership, Diploma of Training and Assessment, Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, Diploma of Food Technology.
Sharon prides herself on maintaining a very good rapport and professional relationship with students, staff and education agents. Sharon is responsible for accounts payable and receivable, collection of student fees, managing commission arrangements with agents are current and that great care is taken to ensure the financial practices comply with statutory and legislative requirement.
She is involved in short and long term financial and business planning for the college. Day to day duties involve the smooth running of the college by looking after the staff to in administration and liaising with the company accountant, auditors and bankers.
Sharon likes to ensure the college is a pleasant and friendly environment for the students with refreshments and facilities that create a social focus and atmosphere that makes AVLC stand out from other colleges.
Sandip believes individuals learn best in a collaborative and relaxed environment, where they have the opportunity to share their experiences and apply them to the theoretical framework being presented to them. Sandip is service focused, professional and friendly. He loves having a good laugh along the way.
Sandip has over seven years’ experience working in human resources, with particular focus on internal and agency recruiting. During this period, Sandip has developed his experience in a competitive sales and customer service environment where he was required to provide for the staffing requirements of many large, medium and small businesses in Sydney.
Sandip has a bachelor of commerce (majoring in human resources management and industrial relations) and a certificate IV in training and assessment.
Razaul thinks teaching is great profession because he feels that while he is helping people to learn and achieve their goals he learns from them at the same time. At AVLC he enjoys working with students from different cultural backgrounds.
He is a business, management and accounting teacher with over three years’ experience. In order to delivery better quality of training he keeps himself up to date with industry standards by attending professional development courses.
Razaul holds a bachelor of business and masters of professional accounting. Currently he is completing the membership requirements for his CPA.
Karen feels that humour can be used to enhance and assist in facilitating the learning process.
Karen has over years’ experience in teaching accounting and over a decade working in the accounting profession.
Karen holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting Major) and is CPA qualified also holds an Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, Diploma of Life Coaching along with a number of other qualifications.
I have always had a proactive entrepreneurial spirit that guided me towards a career in marketing as I saw it as a logical direction to assist me in developing my own enterprises. In my first year after completing high school I commenced study in entertainment marketing while also starting my own event promotions business, working for an independent record label and being part of considerable event projects. Social Media was still very fresh back in 2006 and as young marketing students we were excited about the possibilities. Back then Social Media Marketing was not very well understood and was left out of our course content. Even to this day most marketing courses tend to leave out a detailed approach to social media marketing which I find absurd as both a marketing trainer and consultant as Social Media tools have always been vital to every marketing project I have been involved in since 2006.
Since 2006 I have been part of starting many different businesses and have worked as a freelance consultant and partner for many various start up projects. I enjoy working as a trainer as I like to transfer the skills and knowledge that I have accumulated over the years to assist in empowering my students in achieving their dreams. I teach both from the perspective of working within a large organisation, working as a freelance marketing consultant and from an entrepreneurs view of developing ideas into reality. The Diploma of Social Media Marketing is the best entry into a marketing profession as it teaches the skills needed to undertake marketing initiatives straight away and from day 1 my students will be learning how to express themselves in order to gain the skills, knowledge and confidence needed to make their dreams a reality.
I take a lot of enjoyment out of bringing the real world into my classroom or taking my classroom into the real world as in this industry this is the best way to learn about the practical nature of being a Social Media Marketeer. I love diversity and hearing the opinions and views of my students. Empowering them to use the digital world for their advantage is something that I take a lot of pride in.
Velma has been employed in the Registered Training Organisation sector for approximately 14 years; she initially started off as a Trainee as an Office Administrator and from there continued her career into Student Services.
Velma has experience with the community services sector, apprenticeship and traineeships and now with the business management sector.
Velma enjoys working in a fast paced varied environment; she enjoys working with her colleagues and dealings with the students of the college.
Velma is very experienced, having performed various roles at AVLC and worked at other colleges. She has achieved the Certificate III in Clerical Administration, Certificate IV in Business and is currently enrolled in the Diploma of Management course.
Melinda enjoys interacting with people and providing help through outstanding customer service.
“I always like to put myself in the position of the customer and think about how I would like to be treated if I was in that position so I am able to provide the best service”.