We admit both Australian and International students as "special persons" to our full range of internship programs. Enrolment can be accepted from students at Cert. 4 or Diploma level. Our focus is on Tourism, Hospitality, Care Services, and Maritime Seatime experience.
There is no limit to the time necessary to achieve the accreditation required competency in the tasks in the ACA student training programs. Competency is not a function of time on the task.
Internship scholarship can last as long as is required for the students to gain competency so long as students' contributions to scholarship continue. Parchments indicate assessed competency, not experience time on tasks. Students need signed log experience time to build the strength of their resumes.
Academy Masters are responsible to both the Academy Principal and the Ship's Captain to provide management of the students and their relationship with the ship's crew and commercial passengers. Students are not permitted to enter Crew spaces or Passenger cabins except when they are under the mentoring supervision of a crew member.
Students will wear ACA ship's student uniforms and name badges at all times when on rostered duty.
Quality casual clothes and name badges must be worn in the ship's public spaces during student leisure time.
During student free time, students sharing a cabin are required to maintain the safety and cleanliness of their cabin and their personal bed space to the satisfaction of their academy masters.
Rostered teams are also required to maintain the standards of the Academy space on the ships as required by their Academy masters. The expectations are high.
As a condition of the intern scholarship, all students with the Academy will participate in the ship's operation. The general time expectation is a standard ship's watch working with and helping a crew mentor in their specific tasks. This is a normal working week onboard a ship and times are noted as industry experience in student internship reporting.
ACA provides student work experience insurance for interns.
Ordinary Cruise travel insurance must be held by all interns.
There is no implied offer or expectation of future employment with either The Academy or Australian Pacific Cruise Lines. However, this does not preclude such an offer from being made by either.
Students, 18 years or older seeking a scholarship with Australian Cruise Academy, are required to make an application for an Intern scholarship using a simple email application to the Principal (see bottom of the screen) in a format similar to a job application, identifying their training strengths, their extension training experience requested, and reasons why the internship scholarship is requested.
These reasons should indicate a specific career future expectation.
The ACA scholarship provides both internship supervision and accommodation. All students are expected to make a financial donation to the ACA DGR Scholarship fund. These contributions negotiated with the Principal are similar to onshore residential student boarding fees and emergency bond funds.
There are extra fees for extension training coursework taken in addition to the general experience internship.
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