Our Vision is to make specialised quality education for our industry affordable and worthwhile, supporting our students and helping them get one step closer to their life’s purpose.
We encourage you to speak to us about your individual learning needs and how we can support you to successfully start your dream career by studying at AACM.
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE / CENTRELINK
Government assistance in the form of Youth Allowance, Austudy and ABSTUDY is available for eligible students studying AACM’s Diploma, Certificate and selected short courses full time (or no less than 75% of a full time study load). Most of our standard study options meet this criteria, however your study load and eligibility may change based on your personal study plan and circumstances. It is important that you talk to your Centrelink representative and work through your personal circumstances.
As AACM is a VET Student Loan approved provider (VSL Provider) and the Diploma of Screen and Media (Specialist Makeup Services) an approved course, students enrolled on a Full Time basis may be eligible for Centrelink support. Please visit Centrelink for more information.
Note that some of these schemes are means tested or only open to students in specific age groups. ABSTUDY is only available to students of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent. Contact Centrelink for more information and to see if you are eligible for any of these schemes.
Centrelink number: 4P036
Institution: Bellevue Beauty – Australian Academy of Cinemagraphic Makeup
Legal name: AMAB Training Services Pty Ltd
STUDENT ID CARDS
AACM issues student ID cards to full time and part time students who enrol in courses that are a minimum of three (3) months in length. A student ID card is not a formal form of identification, but may be needed as support document when applying for travel concessions or student discounts. Please check with your service supplier if additional proof of enrolment is required.
Full time students (students with a student ID card) in Queensland are eligible for student travel concessions or travel by train, ferry, city cat and bus. To qualify for a Tertiary Transport Card, you must study a minimum period of 12 hours per week for the duration of the course. The course duration must be a minimum period of three months or 12 weeks.
For detailed information on public transport in Brisbane and around Queensland, visit the Translink website which provides information on current public transport fares, transport zones, journey planning and time tabling information for buses, trains and ferries.
Please visit Translink Concession Cards for more information and to register for a Tertiary Transport Concession Card.
Our TTCC registration number is RTO-046-14.
Full time students (students with a student ID card) in Melbourne are eligible for student travel concessions. To qualify you must be studying full time for a minimum of 10 weeks.
Eligible student aged 17 and over (or younger students who wish to purchase a student pass) must carry a Victorian Public Transport Concession Card.
For more information on how to apply, please visit Public Transport Victoria – Concessions