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Justice Open Days

Are you interested in the justice system? Come along to our Open Thursday to learn about how our Justice courses prepare you for exciting career pathways into Victoria Police, the Magistrates' courts, the Victorian correctional system or local law departments.

- , Thu, 09 Aug - bookings essential.

Holmesglen Waverley Campus, 595 Waverley Road Glen Waverley Australia

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Justice offers many diverse opportunities – from policing; working with offenders on community correction orders; working as a Court Registrar; Local Laws Officer; or within the Department of Justice.
Our courses focus on real-world experience and work-integrated learning. While, our partnerships and ongoing consultation with industry ensure your training is current and give you the opportunity to participate in a variety of work-integrated learning experiences and practical placements.
If you’re interested in further study, we also have excellent pathway options with a number of major universities.
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Apply now, places still available. Course starts 23 July.

Our justice courses are designed to develop the knowledge, skills and attributes required for a successful career within the justice environment.

Blending theory with practice, the course will help you gain an in-depth, working knowledge of the Victorian criminal justice system.

Our highly skilled, passionate teachers bring workplace experience and ongoing dedication to the classroom, creating learning environments that are dynamic, innovative and supportive to your needs.

As part of the course, you can participate in a variety of exciting and unique learning activities including guest speakers from federal and state policing, youth justice, community corrections, Magistrates' Court and Local Laws.

In addition, there will be moot court performances and simulated workplace scenarios for you to put theory into practice. You will participate in field visits to a wide variety of justice environments. These include the Melbourne Magistrates' Court, Children's Court, Drug Court, Barwon and Marngoneet prisons, and the Victorian Parliament.

There are also opportunities for you to engage in industry events, seminars and expos, allowing for connecting and networking with industry representatives.

You can also have work placements at police stations, courts, community corrections offices, youth justice, local laws, barrister's offices, and a variety of relevant community organisations.

The 22321VIC Advanced Diploma of Justice is part of a vocational sequence that includes the 22320VIC Diploma of Justice.

Students enrol at the Diploma level to start the sequence (1st year) and continue on to the Advanced Diploma of Justice (2nd year).

This provides an exit point where students can graduate with the Diploma of Justice or continue on to the Advanced Diploma of Justice.


Apply now, places still available. Course starts 23 July.

Incorporating the Diploma of Justice, the Advanced Diploma of Justice is designed to develop the knowledge, skills and attributes required for a successful career within the justice environment.

Blending theory with practice, the course will help you gain an in-depth, working knowledge of the Victorian criminal justice system.

Our highly skilled, passionate teachers bring workplace experience and ongoing dedication to the classroom, creating learning environments that are dynamic, innovative and supportive to student needs.  

As part of the course, you will participate in a variety of exciting and unique learning activities including guest speakers from federal and state policing, youth justice, community corrections, Magistrates' Court and Local Laws.

In addition, there will be moot court performances and simulated workplace scenarios for you to put theory into practice. You can participate in field visits to a wide variety of justice environments. These include the Melbourne Magistrates' Court, Children's Court, Drug Court, Barwon and Marngoneet prisons, and the Victorian Parliament.

There are also opportunities for you to engage in industry events, seminars and expos, allowing for connecting and networking with industry representatives.

You can also have practical work placements at police stations, courts, community corrections offices, youth justice, local laws, barrister's offices, and a variety of relevant community organisations.

The 22321VIC Advanced Diploma of Justice is part of a vocational sequence that includes the 22320VIC Diploma of Justice.

Students enrol at the Diploma level to start the sequence (1st year) and continue on to the Advanced Diploma of Justice (2nd year).

This provides an exit point where students can graduate with the Diploma of Justice or continue on to the Advanced Diploma of Justice.