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    ENGLISH LANGUAGE COURSES2015Perth, Australia

  • PIBT English Language Courses 2015

    PIBT provides pathway programs to Edith Cowan University (ECU). PIBT is located on the university campus and students have full access to the universitys state-of-the-art facilities including lecture rooms, computer labs and library.

    PIBT delivers a range of programs designed to provide a high quality education so that you are university-ready. PIBT students receive individual attention from their lecturers in small classes, have access to high quality English language courses and additional free study supportprograms.

    PIBT has embedded employability and English language skills within our courses so that you can reach your potential and get that job. This ensures that graduates are well prepared and attractive to employers by standing out from other students.

    PIBT is focused on maximising your student experience and has a range of social programs to help you make lifelong friends and enjoy studying at PIBT. Activities include barbecues and a range of sporting activities e.g. basketball, cricket, soccer, netball and volleyball.

    Why study at PIBT?

  • 1 YOUR WORLD OF ENGLISHPerth Institute of Business and Technology (PIBT) offers a choice of courses that combine English language skills development with unique cultural experiences. Through PIBTs wide range of English language courses, we help students and teachers from all over the world develop their English language skills for life, work and study.

    Message from PIBTs CollegeDirector and Principal

    At PIBT we provide a pathway to Edith Cowan University (ECU). We are passionate about providing a high quality education so that you are university-ready and prepared to successfully complete your ECU degree when you leave PIBT. We have embedded employability skills within our courses so that you can reach your potential and get that job. PIBT is located on ECUs campus with the latest technology and modern facilities and provides a supportive, culturally rich and student focused environment to allow you to achieve your academic goals.

    By choosing PIBT and ECU you are opening doors to a very bright and exciting future. PIBT will support you all the way with our high quality English, certificate and diploma programs which will help you enter university withconfidence.

    I look forward to meeting you at PIBT and wish you the very best for your future studies andcareer.

    Malcolm Baigent College Director and Principal

    Message from ECUs Acting Vice-Chancellor and President

    Congratulations on your decision to enrol at PIBT, which provides entry pathways to Edith Cowan University (ECU) for both Australian and international students. AtECU we offer a wide range of courses online and on campus in state-of-the art facilities. Our courses are underpinned by topresearch, delivered by first-class teachersin a supportive and stimulating learningenvironment.

    Our academic work aims to be socially and economically relevant to the communities weserve.

    I hope you enjoy your pathway to ECU, andthat your scholarly work is successful and satisfying.

    Professor Arshad OmariActing Vice-Chancellor and President

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    Perth: a vibrant community

    Perth is the vibrant capital city of Western Australia and has a population of over 1.7 million people. Perth provides a clean, safe, friendly and relaxed environment, whilst also offering all the cosmopolitan attractions of a large international city. It boasts an abundance of restaurants and cafs, music and sporting venues, nightclubs and cinemas - as well as great shopping!

    Perth has one of the countrys highest standards of living, a strong and stable economy and low unemployment.

    Perth offers all the advantages of a major city, but with a distinct lack of pollution and urban overcrowding. With its unique cultural mix, Perth is home to people from all over the world.

    Located on the shores of the Indian Ocean, the city lies at the mouth of the magnificent Swan River, which links Perth to the historic port city of Fremantle.

    Some advantages of studying in Perth A booming economy with

    many opportunities for part-time employment

    Sunny blue skies and a temperate climate

    Some of the most pristine coastline in the world. In the metropolitan area alone there are over 80 kilometres of white sandy beaches with clear blue water, ideal for swimming, surfing, sailing and fishing

    Perth climatePerth has hot summers and mild winters, and the year-round climate is excellent for most outdoor activities. In any season, you can see people enjoying the fresh air at the beach, sailing on the river, bushwalking in the hills or bike riding.

    Season Period

    Average temperature

    rangeSummer December

    to February17C to 30C

    Autumn March to May

    14C to 26C

    Winter June to August

    8C to 19C

    Spring September to November

    12C to 23C

  • 3FAST FACTS

    State Western Australia

    Population 1.7 million

    Currency Australian dollar (A$)

    Language English

    Time zone GMT/UTC +8

    Electricity 220240 V

    Want to know more about Perth?

    wa.gov.au experienceperth.com countrywide.com.au westernaustralia.com

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    PIBT

    PIBT provides alternative pathways to ECU for students who may not qualify for direct entry to a degree program and are looking for a supportive learning environment. PIBT bridges the gap to ensure students reach their goal of being an ECUgraduate.

    PIBT is located on both the Mt Lawley and Joondalup campuses of Edith Cowan University. The Mt Lawley campus is located five kilometres from the centre of Perth. The Joondalup campus is within a five minute walk from Joondalup train station, where a free shuttle bus service is also

    available to take you directly to the campus. PIBT offers pathway courses in business, communications and creative industries, hotel management, science (computing/IT), science (engineering studies) and science (health studies).

    PIBT ensures that all students have the opportunity to maximise their full study potential and achieve the best possible education outcomes. Our fully qualified academic staff have a wealth of expertise in education, both locally and internationally, and extensive university teaching experience.

    Since PIBT began offering pathways to ECU in 1994, thousands of Australian and international PIBT students have gone on to complete bachelor degrees, with many progressing further to complete masters degrees.

    ECU

    Edith Cowan University (ECU) is known for its award-winning facilities and for being at the forefront ofproviding innovative education and training solutions. In the 2015 Good Universities Guide, ECU graduates gave the University a 5 star rating for teaching quality, graduate satisfaction and for the generic skills they acquired during their studies. These ratings have been achieved for six years in a row. ECU was also awarded 5 star ratings for Graduate Starting Salary from the Good Universities Guide, 2015.

    ECU has more than 23,000 students with around 18,500 undergraduate and 4,800 postgraduates. Approximately 3,600 of these are international students originating from 104 countries, making your ECU experience a truly international and inspirational journey.

    PIBT students have access to the full range of services and facilities available to ECU students, including modern well-equipped libraries, bookshops, computer laboratories and 24 hour e-labs. On-campus eateries include a cafeteria and coffee shops offering Western and Asian style meals, as well as Halal food. The University also offers a wide range of sporting and recreational facilities.

  • 5PIBT English language courses

    PIBT is renowned for its excellent teaching staff, high quality English language courses and outstanding facilities.

    Studying in ECUs campus environment gives PIBT students unique opportunities to interact with Australian and overseas students who are studying university degree courses.

    Full-time PIBT English courses provide 2022 hours of English study per week in a classroom setting. Active learning is encouraged through a wide range of teaching methods, which are combined with modern materials and resources. A variety of assessment methods are used to monitor progress.

    PIBTs English language courses are accredited by the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA). PIBT is also a member of the Western Australian Private Education and Training Industry Association (WAPETIA) and Australian Council for Private Education and Training (ACPET).

    The teachers at PIBT are qualified English language professionals who have specialised teaching qualifications. Many have taught overseas and all have graduated from university. PIBT uses the communicative teaching method in conjunction with a wide range of teaching materials and resources to encourage active learning.

    Advantages of attending PIBT 2022 hours of English study a week

    Spacious modern classrooms equipped with multimedia facilities

    Use of the main campus library

    Free Wi-Fi on campus

    Use of the latest PCs and Macs in campus computer labs that are accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

    A wide range of indoor and outdoor relaxation areas and common rooms

    Various food outlets, including a cafeteria and alfresco coffee shops

    On-campus accommodation

    Convenient public transport

    Sports facilities and activities

    Social events

    Excursions and adventure activities

    Access to the campus medical centre

    24 hour campus security

    English coursesPIBT offers a variety of English courses to suit all students from beginner to advanced level.

    Courses include:

    Academic English Program (AEP)

    University Bridging English

    Study tour programs

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    Academic English Program

    The Academic English Program (AEP) is designed for students who plan to study at an Australian university or whoare interested in developing their academic reading, writing, listening and speaking skills. This program is taught on ECUsMtLawleycampus.

    Who is this course for? Students who need to prepare for

    university-level study

    Students who have not met the minimum level of English competency for entry to their chosen academic course

    Students who wish to improve their writing and reading skills

    Course content Essay writing and reading skills

    Academic English language

    Academic discussion and presentation skills

    Listening skills for academic study

    Study skills for university

    Course benefitsStudents have the opportunity to develop their language skills and enhance their studies in higher education.

    The course focuses on a mixture of communication skills and academic study skills.

    PIBTs Academic English Program can be packaged with PIBTs Certificate IV and diploma courses. For more information about PIBTs academic courses, visit pibt.wa.edu.au.

    Entry requirementsStudents may take a placement test on their first day. Those who do not yet have sufficient language skills for Academic

    English are placed in a special class to bring them up to an appropriate level of proficiency.

    AssessmentStudents are assessed every two weeks. These assessments are designed to measure each students English ability in a variety of skill areas needed for university study. Every eight to ten weeks, students are also tested to determine their suitability for the next level of the course.

    Academic English ProgrampathwayStudents with an overall IELTS score of 6.0, with no individual score below 5.5, can complete up to 10 weeks of Academic English at PIBT and gain entry to an ECU degree course without requiring further English testing.* This is subject to meeting ECUs academic requirements. Students wishing to consider this option will need to apply directly to ECU.

    *Excluding Nursing, Education and Post-graduate studies.

  • IELTS Test Centre at PIBT

    The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) measures students ability to communicate in English through listening, reading, writing and speaking. It is designed for people who intend to study or work where English is the language of communication.

    With over two million tests taken every year, IELTS is one of the most popular English language tests in the world, setting the standard in integrity, research and innovation. PIBT is an official IELTS test centre in Western Australia and offers IELTS tests at ECUs Mt Lawley and Joondalup campuses.

    Preparation Course for IELTS*To help candidates become more confident with the IELTS testing format and achieve their full potential, PIBT has developed the Preparation Course for IELTS. This course is available to PIBT students and the general public.

    The Preparation Course for IELTS is held for two hours each evening, twice a week for four weeks. Note: the final session is split into academic and general writing sessions to cater for students needs. Students attend for one hour in the final class (15 hours in total). Participants will be given tips and strategies for approaching the test in a positive way to achieve the best results.

    The course is run by experienced English language teachers who can answer questions participants may have about the test.

    For more information about IELTS testing at PIBT, follow the IELTS links at pibt.wa.edu.au.

    Study tours

    PIBT has a dedicated team with extensive experience in designing and organising both small and large tours for high schools, universities, industry, government delegations and special interest groups. Whatever your timeframe, group size and budget, we will work with you to design the perfect tour to suit your groups individual academic needs and leisure interests.

    PIBT study tours combine English language tuition with cultural and leisure activities in Western Australia. The English tuition component can be delivered in full-day or part-day modules, or a mixture of both. Activities can focus on a particular theme such as eco tourism, adventure, sport or Australian culture, or a combination of these.

    Cost options include:

    English tuition

    accommodation

    airport transfers

    tours and excursions

    orientation and placement test

    a graduation ceremony, or certificate presentation only.

    Special interests

    PIBT is able to organise activities within the university, field trips and workshops in the groups area of interest.

    AccommodationHomestay accommodation, which involves staying with an Australian host family, is the most popular choice as it offers a unique cultural experience for study tour group members while they improve their English communication skills.

    Visit pibt.wa.edu.au/study-tours for more information, a sample itinerary and the online application form.

    * These courses are not available to student visa holders as their principal course. Note: Study tour programs are for non-student-visa holders only. Age: students under the age of 18 years are at the discretion of PIBTs College Director/Principal.

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    Supporting you while you study

    PIBT provides many additional services for students, including educational, personal and careercounselling.

    OrientationDay 1 for new students is orientation day. This consists of:

    an official welcome by the Academic Director or a representative

    an assessment test so we can place you in a class that matches your English level

    an information session on living in Australia

    a tour of facilities and classrooms.

    It is essential that you arrive by 8.30am for your PIBT orientation on your first day. This will be on a Monday and the date will be specified in your PIBT letter of offer. The information and testing provided at orientation will be crucial to your success in your academic pathway.

    If you are unable to arrive at orientation on time you must notify us as soon as possible. You may be required to commence the following Monday, which will mean missing a week of classes. No refund will be given for these missed classes. It is therefore very important that you arrive on time for your first-day orientation.

    Preparing to study at PIBTWhen you come to Australia, you will experience many differences to your home country. It is helpful to know some of the different aspects of life in Australia so you can plan effectively for this important transition.

    To find pre-departure information that will help you prepare for living in Australia and studying at PIBT, visit pibt.wa.edu.au and follow the link to Pre-departure.

    AccommodationThere are many accommodation options in Mt Lawley and surrounding areas, including homestay, rental and shared accommodation.

    PIBT uses the services of two companies to assist students with accommodation arrangements; WA Homestay Network and Perth Student Accommodation. Accommodation requests should be sent directly to the provider you wish to use. Please visit their websites to find out more information and to complete an application form:

    WA Homestay Network: homestaynetwork.org

    Perth Student Accommodation: perthstudentaccommodation.com

    Homestay

    Homestay is a popular accommodation option for international students in Perth. Homestay hosts may be families, couples, single people or single parents with children. All hosts have undergone thorough police checks and have been selected to provide good quality facilities and also meals if required. Homestay hosts have specifically requested a student to stay with them, which means that every student will be made to feel welcome in their new environment.

    English is the language spoken by homestay hosts, which will help students improve their language skills. Hosts will also help with day-to-day issues such as transport, banking and shopping. The homestay experience provides a friendly environment where international students can live, relax and study in comfort and security.

    On-campus accommodation

    PIBT students have access to on-campus accommodation at the Mt Lawley Student Village, which features brand new five-bedroom apartments just a short walk from the university. The apartments are modern and fully furnished, with private bedrooms, bathrooms, large kitchens and spacious lounge areas, so students will have plenty of space to hang out with friends. The on-site facilities include a pool, caf/convenience store, sound lounge, e-library, study zones and shared laundry. With resident assistants on hand to organise events and activities, you will find plenty to do and lots of ways to meet new friends. For more information and to download an application form, visit ecuvillage.com.au.

    Off-campus housing

    Off-campus options include house or unit/apartment rentals. Costs may vary depending on the size, quality and location of the accommodation. In most cases you will be required to sign a six or 12 month contract and pay a months rent in advance. A refundable deposit (bond) is usually also required in the event of any damage incurred during the rental period.

    Off-campus accommodation and living cost estimates*

    Rental type Weekly cost (A$)Homestay $110 to $270

    On-campus accommodation at Mt Lawley student village $223

    Shared house rental $70 to $250

    Rental $100 to $400

    Other costs

    Meals and groceries $80 to $200

    Gas, electricity, water, telephone (local calls only, not overseas calls) $60 to $100

    * These costs are estimates only. They do not include additional costs associated with a more expensive lifestyle. These figures have been sourced from studyinaustralia.gov.au

  • 9English language tuition fees for 2015

    Academic EnglishAcademic English programs commence every Monday of the year except on public holidays until June 2015. From July 2015 PIBT will offer Academic English in 10 week blocks.

    Break 1: 27 April 2015 to 3 May 2015

    Break 2: 29 June 2015 to 12 July 2015

    Christmas/New Year break: 21 December 2015 to 8 January 2016

    Course Course code Duration Cost (A$)Materials fee (A$)

    Academic English Program (Elementary to Advanced) 071799A 410 weeks $425/week $115

    1120 weeks $425/week $180

    2140 weeks $405/week $210

    41+ weeks $395/week $285

    Other fees

    Administration fee for Academic English $150

    Preparation Course for IELTS $260

    English proficiency test for ECU entry $250

    Commencing July 2015

    PIBT will offer the following start dates for Academic English (studied in 10 week blocks):

    Academic English start dates

    Start date 1: 13 July to 18 September

    Start date 2: 17 August to 30 October

    Start date 3: 29 September to 4 December

    Start date 4: 2 November to 29 January (2016)

    Study breaks

    21 September to 28 September 2015 21 December to 8 January 2016

    Entry requirements

    Students must complete 10 weeks of Academic English to move up half a band score in IELTS. Additional weeks of study may be required if a students score in one IELTS band is lower than their overall score. All students must provide evidence of their English ability before an offer is made. Students who do not have a recent IELTS or equivalent score may request to complete an online PIBT English test which will estimate the number of weeks English study a student will require.

    Level Entry requirements DurationGeneral Level Beginner IELTS 2.5 or equivalent 10 weeks

    General Level 1 IELTS 3.0 or equivalent 10 weeks

    General Level 2 IELTS 3.5 or equivalent 10 weeks

    Academic Level 1 IELTS 4.0 or equivalent 10 weeks

    Academic Level 2 IELTS 4.5 or equivalent 10 weeks

    Academic Level 3 IELTS 5.0 or equivalent 10 weeks

    Academic Level 4 IELTS 5.5 or equivalent 10 weeks

    Academic Level 5 IELTS 6.0 or equivalent 10 weeks

    Academic Level 6 IELTS 6.5 or equivalent 10 weeks

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    Further information online

    Policies and procedures: pibt.wa.edu.au/policies To comply with legislative requirements, PIBT has a number of policies and procedures in place to comply with quality, regulatory and legislative requirements. These processes form a framework to ensure PIBT delivers a high quality service to its students. Important policies include:

    ESOS Framework

    Privacy Policy

    Code of Practice

    Service Charter

    Assessment Policy

    Assessment Guidelines

    Complaints and Appeals Policy

    Progress and Graduation Policy (ELICOS)

    Enrolment Policy

    Enrolment Terms of Offer: pibt.wa.edu.au/policiesTo view PIBTs Enrolment Terms of Offer (international students) please visit pibt.wa.edu.au/policies. This document is also sent out with all Letters of Offer. Important information outlined in these documents include:

    The Agreement

    Fees

    Visa Conditions

    Privacy of Information

    Refund policy

    Statement of Tuition Assurance: International Students

    How to apply: pibt.wa.edu.au/apply-today/howtoapplyYou may apply to PIBT directly or through a PIBT representative in your home country.

    For a list of authorised PIBT representatives in your country, visit pibt.wa.edu.au/pibt- representatives. Early application and payment will secure your place in your chosen course and allow you enough time to obtain a student visa. Visit pibt.wa.edu.au/apply-today/howtoapply for answers to these questions:

    Application process

    What happens next?

    Payment

    When do I apply for a visa?

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    Application form

    Personal details(As shown in passport)

    Title: Mr Ms Mrs Miss Other

    Family name:

    Given names:

    Preferred name:

    Date of birth: DAY / MONTH / YEAR

    Gender: Male Female

    Country of birth:

    Nationality:

    Passport number:

    Contact details(Compulsory)

    Applicants contact details

    Address in Australia (if known):

    Address overseas: (must be applicants address not agents address)

    Country: Post/zip code:

    Mobile telephone:

    Business telephone:

    Home telephone:

    Email:

    Parents/guardian contact details (Compulsory)

    Family name:

    Given names:

    Relationship to applicant:

    Address:

    Telephone: Mobile:

    Email address:

    Agents contact details

    Agent name:

    Agent office code:

    Address:

    Country: Post/zip code:

    Telephone: Mobile:

    Facsimile:

    Email address:

    What type of visa will you be applying for?

    Student visa Visitor/tourist visa Temporary resident visa Working holiday visa

    Current studies in Australia If you are currently studying in Australia give the name of the institution, the course and expected completion date.

    Current English level Which best describes your current English level (spoken and written)?

    Beginner Elementary Intermediate Advanced

    Current English Score: IELTS: TOEFL:

    Date of test: DAY / MONTH / YEAR

    Further studies in Australia

    Do you intend undertaking further study in Australia after completing your English Language Course? Yes No

    If yes, where:

    Educational detailsHighest level achieved

    Name of qualification (eg Year 12, HKALE or A Levels):

    School attended:

    Completed: Yes No

    Country/State:

    Language of instruction:

    Course

    Academic English (2022 hours per wk) Number of weeks ( __ )

    Course Start date: DAY / MONTH / YEAR

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  • CRICOS provider codes: PIBT 01312J; ECU IPC 00279B

    Other information

    How did you first learn about PIBT? You may tick more than one. Exhibition/seminar Newspaper/magazine Recommended by a friend/relative Is your friend/relative a PIBT student? Yes No Internet Recommended by an education agent Other (please specify):

    Why do you want to study English

    General interest To prepare for university To prepare for a language test

    Application checklistCheck that you have:

    Completed all the sections of the Application Form Read and understood the Enrolment Terms of Offer (International) and the

    Refund Policy on the website: pibt.wa.edu.au/policies

    Check that you have attached:

    A copy of your passport, visa or birth certificate. Evidence of your English language proficiency (if required). A copy of your offer from PIBT or ECU (if required).

    Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC)PIBT will provide all international students with an OSHC policy provided by Allianz Global Assistance.

    OSHC required: Single Family

    Please tick if you do not want your email address given to Allianz

    If you DO NOT wish to use the OSHC policy provided by Allianz Global Assistance, please provide the details of your preferred provider and attach proof

    OSHC provider name:

    OSHC number:

    OSHC expiry date:

    Request for disability support

    Do you have a disability that may affect your studies? Yes No

    If yes, please specify:

    Hearing Vision Mobility Medical Learning

    Other (please specify):

    Please attach relevant information so that PIBT can arrange assistance if possible.

    Privacy declaration

    I give permission for PIBT to share information about my progress in my courses with the following:

    My agent My parent(s) or guardian(s) My Sponsor And/or government departments as requested

    Note: PIBT is obliged by law to provide information relating to your study to relevant government authorities on request.

    DeclarationI declare the information I have given on this form is, to the best of my understanding and belief, complete and correct. I understand that giving false or incomplete information may lead to my application being refused or my enrolment cancelled.

    I have read and understood the relevant program information in this brochure and/or on the PIBT website and I have enough information about PIBT to enrol.

    I understand that the pathway may lead to future studies at ECU, if I meet ECUs entry requirements.

    I understand that if I have applied through an approved PIBT/ECU agent, all correspondence relating to my application will be forwarded to that agent.

    I understand that PIBT fees may increase. I accept liability for payment of all fees as explained in the PIBT brochure, and I agree to abide by the Refund policy as outlined in pibt.wa.edu.au/policies. I have read the information about living expenses in the brochure and I understand that living expenses in Australia may be higher than in my own country. I confirm that I am able to meet these expenses.

    I understand and I accept the Enrolment Terms of Offer at pibt.wa.edu.au/policies. I understand that PIBT may send a written notice, to vary conditions in this agreement to meet any law or regulation, or amendment of law or regulation, of the Commonwealth of Australia or the State of Western Australia.

    I give permission for PIBT and ECU to obtain official records from an educational institution attended by me, and to supply my contact details and any relevant official records to educational institutions I am eligible to gain admission to. I authorise PIBT to provide my personal information, including my contact details and enrolment details, to other people as stated in PIBTs Privacy policy. These third parties include PIBT representatives (agents) acting on my behalf; ECU (to help progression from PIBT to the next stage of my studies); and Navitas Limited and its affiliates (to tell me about pathways and services offered by Navitas Limited and its related companies).

    I understand that any conditions concerning an offer of admission will be written in my Letter of Offer from PIBT, which I will be required to read and sign.

    International students only: If there is any suspected breach of my student visa conditions, I authorise PIBT to give my personal information, including my contact details and enrolment details, to the Australian Governments designated authorities, the Tuition Protection Service (TPS) and ESOS linked regulators.

    International students only: I understand that it is my responsibility to maintain valid Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC). I also understand that if I am no longer enrolled at PIBT, my OSHC membership can be transferred. I give permission for PIBT to obtain records and information from my current OSHC provider (if applicable). I also agree that PIBT is able to exchange information with my OSHC provider about meeting my visa requirements and maintaining my OSHC cover.

    Applicants signature:

    Date: DAY / MONTH / YEAR

    If you are under 18 years of age, your parent or guardian must also sign this application form.

    Parents/guardians signature:

    Date: DAY / MONTH / YEAR

    Postal address for enrolmentPerth Institute of Business and Technology Edith Cowan University Building 10, Mt Lawley Campus 2 Bradford Street Mt Lawley WA 6050 Australia

    T +61 8 6279 1100 F +61 8 6279 1111 E [email protected] W pibt.wa.edu.au

    Or through a PIBT representative:

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