The Western Australian Government offers funding to eligible individuals looking to study in priority areas that are, or will be, in high demand. With a focus on training for employment, selected Status training programs are available to eligible individuals at significantly reduced costs. Status will work directly with the Western Australian Government to apply for funding, so you can focus on your training. Further information about subsidised training can be found at jobsandskills.wa.gov.au/skillsready.
Until 31st December 2021 Status can also offer half price, capped price qualifications under the Lower fees, local skills program. Courses on offer under the Lower fees, local skills program will give you the skills to work in growth areas, or industry sectors important to the diversification of the Western Australian economy.
To be eligible for subsidised training under Jobs and Skills WA you must have left school, have your primary place of residence in Western Australia, and be;
To be eligible for concession rates under the Lower fees, local skills program you must be;
|Funding Type||Qualification||Concession Rate||Non-Concession Rate||Next Intake|
|Priority Industry Training||Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing)||$264.00||$891.00||21/06/2021|
|Priority Industry Training||Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing)||$264.00||$891.00||09/08/2021|
The student tuition fees are indicative only and are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment. Additional fees may apply such as Student service and resource fees.
Applications for RPL will calculated at a rate of $5.65 per unit hour, based on the unit hours listed at dtwd.wa.gov.au/nhg. Course fees for RPL will be calculated on application.