We are now accepting applications until 5pm on Thursday, the 29th of November 2018.
Dolph Business School has a proud tradition of supporting women through their learning and upskilling journey. We believe that by educating a woman, we are not just educating ONE PERSON, we will also be educating our FUTURE GENERATIONS.
In 2016, we established a scholarship program to support eligible single mothers with the cost of the tuition fees including the cost of the learning materials (such as workbooks and compulsory texts) of undergoing a certificate or diploma course with Dolph Business School.
We understand how challenging life can be, especially for single mothers. Whilst it may not be much, we hope this scholarship program is able to help single mothers achieve better for themselves, and their child(ren); and ease some of life’s pressures along the way.
This year, we have provisions for 3 scholarships per year for those wanting to undertake a Certificate IV in Accounting and Bookkeeping (on-campus or online). This course will commence on the 8th of January 2019. To find out more about the course, visit the course page here.
So, if you are a single mother and are interested in undertaking this course with us and could benefit from this scholarship program, or you know of someone who could benefit from this scholarship program, please feel free to share this link with them and we’d love to hear from them!
This scholarship covers:
the tuition fees; and
the cost of your workbooks and compulsory texts for your certificate or diploma course.
Note: The scholarship cannot be deferred or suspended in any way.
To be considered for this scholarship, you must:
living in Australia; and
be over the age of 18 by the application closing date; and
be a single mother of a child under the age of 18; and
provide evidence of your situation or circumstance if requested for (such as having primary care responsibilities for your child under the age of 18, any medical condition(s), personal or financial difficulties); and
meet the required English language proficiency requirements for admission.
You must submit an application for the Single Mothers’ Scholarship along with any supporting documentation as you see fit via e-mail to:email@example.com. You can find the application form here. Only complete applications submitted by 5pm on Thursday, the 29th of November 2018 will be considered. Dolph Business School may re-open the scholarship application process should more funds become available throughout the year. Should you be interested, follow us on Facebook and Twitter to be informed of these updates.
This scholarship will be awarded based on a criteria including, but not limited to:
demonstrated level of disadvantage;
the impact of the scholarship to assist the applicant to achieve their goals;
the applicants’ motivation as illustrated by their responses in the application form; and
Successful applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application by the 14th of December 2018. Reasons for non-selection and feedback on individual applications will not be provided.
Privacy and Confidentiality
Dolph Business School does not disclose personal information other than for the purpose for which it was collected, or an individual has consented to a secondary purpose, or an individual would reasonably expect this (such as receiving communications about upcoming events), or if required by law.
Dolph Business School may share personal information with the Commonwealth government in accordance with Commonwealth contractual obligations. In these circumstances Dolph Business School will take reasonable steps to inform and seek consent from the individuals concerned and take all reasonable steps to ensure that the recipient handles the personal information according to the Australian Privacy Principles.
Dolph Business School does not sell its mailing lists to third-parties for marketing purposes.
Dolph Business School does not disclose personal information to overseas recipients. While people around the world can access material published on our website, no statistical or research publications contain identifiable personal information.
Under the Privacy Act 1988 and Privacy Amendment (Enhancing Privacy Protection) Act 2012 (s6(1)), personal and sensitive information is defined as follows:
Personal information: “information or an opinion about an identified individual, or an individual who is reasonably identifiable: (a) whether the information or opinion is true or not; and (b) whether the information or opinion is recorded in a material form or not.”
Sensitive information: “(a) information or an opinion about an individual’s: (i) racial or ethnic origin, or (ii) political opinions, or (iii) membership of a political association, or (iv) religious beliefs or affiliations, or (v) philosophical beliefs, or (vi) membership of a professional or trade association, or (vii) membership of a trade union, or (viii) sexual preferences or practices, or (ix) criminal record, that is also personal information; or (b) health information about an individual; or (c) genetic information about an individual that is not otherwise health information; or (d) biometric information that is to be used for the purposes of automated biometric verification or biometric identification; or (e) biometric templates”.
Dolph Business School takes active steps to protect personal information from misuse, interference and loss, and from unauthorised access, modification or disclosure.
Dolph Business School’s systems and internal network are protected from unauthorised access using appropriate technologies. Most system data transferred over the internet is protected by a Secure Socket Level protocol (SSL). The inherent risks associated with data transmission over the internet are, however, commonly acknowledged. Individuals, who do not wish to provide their personal information via the online website forms have the option of mailing this information to Dolph Business School directly.
Access to RTO Data is protected through user log-on and password, and the assignment of user access rights.
Third-party providers used by Dolph Business School for the delivery of services are required to be compliant with the Australian Privacy Principles and offer appropriate safeguards to protect personal information.
Dolph Business School’s premises and data storage systems are fully secured. Dolph Business School practices a clean-desk policy and locking workstations when working with personal information. Paper documents containing names and addresses are required to be locked away and shredded when destroyed. All hardware is properly ‘sanitised’ before disposal.
O U R T E A M
Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and most of all, love of what you are doing or learning to do. Our Team is there to help you every step of the way.