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Queensland Government Subsidies

Queensland Government Subsidies

 

Overview
Certificate 3 Guarantee
Higher Level Skills

Overview

The Queensland Government is offering a number of initiatives designed to assist Queensland residents upskill, gain a nationally recognised qualification or skill-set and improve their employment outcomes.

If you are a Queensland resident then you may qualify for subsidised training with Australis College under either the:

  • Certificate 3 Guarantee or
  • Higher Level Skills Program

For more information about the subsidised courses we offer and the eligibility requirements click on the tabs above.

Courses include:

  • BSB30415 Certificate III in Business Administration
  • CHC42015 Certificate IV in Community Services
  • CHC43415 Certificate IV in Leisure and Health
  • CHC40413 Certificate IV in Youth Work

To take advantage of the subsidies available apply today by completing our online application form.

Certificate 3 Guarantee

The Certificate 3 Guarantee is a Qld Government initiative that provides a subsidy to support eligible individuals to complete a nationally recognised certificate III qualification to improve their employment outcomes. The aim of this initiative is to transition graduates into the workforce, their chosen career or lead to improved opportunities in their employment.

Approved courses

Australis College has been approved by the Qld Government to deliver the following funded courses:

Costs for eligible students

Course Name Concession Card Holder Co-Contribution Fee Non-concession Card Holder Co-Contribution Fee
BSB30415 Certificate III in Business Administration $13  $26

 

Co-contribution

Under the Certificate 3 Guarantee, you may be required to contribute to the cost of your course. The amount that you will be required to pay varies depending on the course you undertake. A third party or your employer may elect to pay the co-contribution fee on your behalf to Australis College. Note that Australis College is unable to pay or waive the co-contribution fee.

Eligibility

To be eligible under the Qld Government Certificate 3 Guarantee program you will need to meet the following requirements:

  •  Not currently be enrolled in or have completed a certificate III or higher qualification*  (this does not apply to school based certificate III’s which are exempt).
  •  Be an Australian or New Zealand citizen or permanent resident (includes humanitarian entrant).
  •  Permanently live in Queensland.
  •  Be aged 15 years of age or above.
  •  No longer at school.

* Higher Level Qualification’s include: Diploma’s, Associate Diploma’s, University degree’s in ANY qualification or trade.

Please note that once you access Certificate 3 Guarantee funding you will no longer qualify for a subsidy under this program.

Prior to Commencing (Or upon first day of class)

You will need to sign and complete a training plan and a pre-enrolment appraisal, which may include a skills assessment in order to commence your enrolment in the Certificate 3 Guarantee course.

Upon Completion – Prior to receiving qualification

You will need to complete a Government training and employment survey upon completion of the course (or upon cancellation) before you will receive any Statement of Attainment, or Qualification.

For more information on the Certificate 3 Guarantee – click here

http://www.skillsgateway.training.qld.gov.au/

Click here for the Australis College Policies.

Higher Level Skills

Higher Level Skills is a QLD Government initiative that provides eligible individuals with access to subsidised training in approved AQF certificate level IV and above qualifications or priority skill sets with the aim to assist individuals in securing employment, advancing their career in a priority industry, or transition into university.

Approved courses

Australis College has been approved by the QLD Government to deliver the following Higher Level Skills subsidised courses:

Costs for eligible students

Course Name Concession Card Holder Co-Contribution Fee Non-concession Card Holder Co-Contribution Fee
CHC42015 Certificate IV in Community Services* $75 $150
CHC43415 Certificate IV in Leisure and Health $85 $170
CHC40413 Certificate IV in Youth Work $90 $180

 

* To be eligible the student must be an Existing Worker within the Community Services industry. An existing worker means a current employee (full-time, part-time, casual) who has a one month or more employment relationship with their employer and has actively fulfilled work duties for this period. Volunteers do not meet this criteria.

Concessional Status

To qualify as a concessional student you will meet the following criteria:

  • Hold a Health care or Pensioner card and you are named on the card.
  • Provide Australis College with applicable Form under Commonwealth law confirming entitlement to concessions under Health Care or Pensioner card.
  • Are an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander.
  • Have a disability.
  • Are an adult prisoner.

Co-contribution

Under Higher Level Skills, you may be required to contribute to the cost of your course. The amount that you will be required to pay varies depending on the course you undertake. A third party or your employer may elect to pay the co-contribution fee on your behalf. Note that Australis College is unable to pay or waive the co-contribution fee.

Please note once you access Higher Level Skills funding you will no longer qualify for a subsidy under this program.

Eligibility

  • To be eligible under the QLD Government Higher Level Skills program you will need to meet the following requirements:
  • Be an Australian, New Zealand citizen or Australian permanent resident (includes humanitarian entrant).
  • Permanently live in Queensland.
  • Be aged 15 years of age or above.
  • No longer at school.
  • Not currently be enrolled in, or have completed a certificate IV or higher qualification. This does not include qualifications completed at school and foundational skills training.

Please note restrictions apply for specific qualifications under the Higher Level Skills program and require students to be working in the industry or hold specific qualifications prior to enrolment to meet industry requirements for occupations. Please refer to relevant course page for applicable restrictions to entry and evidence required for enrolment.

Prior to Commencing (Or upon first day of class)

You will need to sign and complete a training plan and a pre-enrolment appraisal, which may include a skills assessment in order to commence your enrolment in the Higher Level Skills course.

Upon Completion – Prior to receiving qualification

You will need to complete a Government training and employment survey upon completion of the course (or upon cancellation) before you will receive any Statement of Attainment, or Qualification.

For more information on the Higher Level Skills – click here

http://www.skillsgateway.training.qld.gov.au/

Click here for the Australis College Policies.

 

Follow our easy online application process.

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