If you’re considering qualification based training you could be eligible for government funding to assist with training fees.
The Victorian Training Guarantee (government-subsidised training) makes vocational training more accessible to people who don’t hold a post-school qualification, or want to gain a higher level of qualification than they already hold.
Students with an eligible concession card (e.g. Health Care card) and meet the eligibility requirements will pay 20 per cent of what non-concession students are charged for study in courses up to and including Certificate IV level. For example, in a course where a non-concession student is charged $1,000 a concession student will be charged $200. The determining factor will be the fee the provider would have charged if the student was not eligible for a concession.
For courses above Certificate IV, under the Indigenous Completions Initiative, Indigenous students pay 20 per cent of what the provider would have charged a non-concession student.
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