If you have any question please email SSO@pcbt.wa.edu.au or Call 08 9202 1003
Term 3 is now underway and face-to-face classes are back at PCBT! Thankfully, the situation with COVID has improved significantly in WA. Please check out the WA government website for detailed information about how WA is progressing forward. https://www.wa.gov.au/
Students are welcome to share their thoughts and suggestions about PCBT and how we as a college can improve. Doing this will help us provide you with a more enjoyable learning experience. All responses are anonymous. As well as via the link below you can submit a paper copy by the entrance at the Brown Street campus. We welcome your feedback! https://forms.gle/
PCBT Enrolled students who are not currently in WA but in Australia may not be able to enter WA to start their courses from July 2020 unless otherwise rules are changed. If you are not eligible to be exempted from entry to WA, please email your PCBT Change of Enrolment/CoEs form or Withdrawal form (PCBT Change of Enrolment Application Form (for Deferment/Suspension, Extension, Transition, Withdrawal) or use Online Change of CoEs form) to email@example.com . PCBT is not offering its courses using the online facility from 20 July 2020. Students must attend their classes as per timetable provided by our SSO team. All health matters regulated by Government agencies are in place to facilitate a safe environment for our students studying at PCBT campuses.
Strict border controls are in place to limit the spread of COVID-19.
You cannot enter Western Australia without an exemption.
Anyone who thinks they meet the criteria outlined in the Quarantine (Closing the Border) Directions may apply for an exemption.
Exemptions apply for:
If you meet the above exemption criteria, the quickest and simplest way to apply for an exemption is via the G2G PASS online form. Please submit your application at least 3 days prior to travel. By applying online, you can track your application status and will receive an email with the outcome of your application.
Alternatively, you can submit a paper-based exemption application form with supporting documentation.
If you are requesting entry on compassionate grounds or otherwise seeking approval to enter WA, you must not enter WA until you have received approval from WA Police via the G2G PASS app or email. Submitting an application for the reasons above does not constitute approval.
If you apply for approval to travel via the G2G PASS app, a QR code will be generated which can be displayed on a mobile phone and/or through a vehicle window without human contact.
If you apply for an exemption, you must carry your exemption form and proof of its submission when travelling. You may be asked to produce these documents at a checkpoint or by WA Police patrolling the area.
If your exemption category requires further documentation or proof, you must produce this on request. Failure to do so may result in penalties including imprisonment or a fine of up to $50,000 for individuals or $250,000 for organisations.
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If you are an Australian citizen or permanent resident arriving back in Australia, you’ll be subject to the Australian Government’s mandatory quarantine period of 14 days at your first Australian destination.
You will be provided with suitable accommodation to stay in during this period.
However, you will not be permitted to travel domestically (including to your home) or continue on any domestic connections until you have completed the 14 day mandatory quarantine period.
For more information visit the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Smart Traveller.
If you are a Western Australian wishing to return home from domestic travel, before travelling, you will need to apply for an exemption to enter the State.
You can apply for an exemption to enter WA by applying for a G2G PASS.
If your application is accepted, you will need to self-isolate for 14 days once back in Western Australia. Authorised officers will tell you where and how to self-isolate. You need to comply with any other terms and conditions they impose.
If you are not an exempt traveller, you may commit an offence and be directed to leave Western Australia immediately, at your own expense.
It is highly recommended that you read the information on travel restrictions to determine if you meet the exempt traveller criteria.
Make sure you have downloaded the Australian Government COVIDSafe App
Public gatherings limited to ten people in WA. Visit State and Territory websites for further enforcement information.
COVID-19 Information for workplaces (Ensuring the health and safety of workers and others at the workplace during COVID-19.)
Visa regulations: Visit the Department of Home Affairs website to keep updated on all developments.
Temporary visa holder arrangements for international students during COVID-19 – as at 30 April:
IELTS launches IELTS Indicator, a new online English language test for students and is available in countries where IELTS testing has been suspended due to COVID-19.
Translated coronavirus (COVID-19) resources: A list of resources about COVID-19 in other languages. The resources include fact sheets, guidelines and other publications.
The Australian Government announced 7 million funding to the Red Cross over the next six months to deliver emergency relief and casework support to temporary visa holders who are facing significant vulnerabilities. This funding is part of the $100 million funding injuction to more than 300 charities and community organisations. International Students and temporary visa holders who need help can email firstname.lastname@example.org to register their situation.
If you are one of the following categories:
For those students who will not be commencing on time or cannot continue to study due to COVID-19, please email Change of CoEs form to email@example.com to create new CoEs. Please be informed that you must be in Australia to commence or continue your courses with PCBT. PCBT will deliver all of its courses face to face from 20 July 2020.
Students overseas should only lodge visa applications when they are confident that they can satisfy requirements for a student visa application that may be required for assessment (e.g. Health check, English language testing and evidence of financial capacity).