Currently funded courses
Northern Territory :
- Certificate III in Instrumentation and Control – Gap fee $1500
- Certificate III in Instrumentation and Control – Gap fee $1.60/nominal hour
- Certificate IV in Hazardous Areas Electrical (CSQ Funding Student Contribution Fee $645)
QLD, TAS, SA, NT, NSW, VIC, WA :
- Skills Checkpoint Funding – For people between 45-70 years old – Up to $2200 funding
*Apprentice Advance Loading, see T&Cs on each course page under the Funding tab
The Government of Australia is committed to training people so that they can reach their full potential and make the most of a wide range of learning opportunities that are available.
The Government subsidised training and incentives in training are based on industry advice to provide people with the skills they need to gain meaningful and sustainable employment through the provider of their choice. Government funding is directed to minimise skills shortages, focus on training for jobs that are in demand in our critical industries, and increase the number of people in Australia with formal post-school qualifications.
The Government has emphasized upskilling the Australian workforce which has resulted in a comprehensive framework of funding schemes and incentive opportunities. As a result, many Upskilled participants are provided incentives by the Government to undertake training and/or find that their courses are heavily subsidised. To find out if you’re eligible please complete our online government funding eligibility form.
Ausinet is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO), a pioneer in Electrotechnology since 2015. Studying at Ausinet gives you access to a range of government subsidised training courses.
For more information, please contact us via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: Darwin- (08) 6244 2575, Brisbane- (07) 3062 7631.
Government Funding for Education in Australia:
When a country has a skilled workforce, it helps in overall growth and development, so both state and federal governments work together to make affordable training accessible to everyone. An easy way to do this is by supporting students by providing funding for courses.
Government funding subsidises students’ tuition fees. Schemes vary from one state to another, and students need to meet eligibility requirements. The courses that are subsidised are in high demand. The reason for this is that government-funded courses help create skilled workers in industries that have skills shortages. Not all courses receive approval for government funding. A course in one state may get funding, while the same course in another state may not. This is usually based on skills that are in demand in a specific state at a specific time.
VET Student Loans are also available for eligible students for qualifications at the Diploma level and above and cover part of the tuition fees. Loans are capped, so students may have to pay gap amounts that are not covered by the loan. They are required to repay these loans when they start earning above the minimum repayment threshold.
The Australian Government is committed to enabling each citizen to reach their full potential. This effort takes the form of several funding options and incentives for students of all ages. There are a lot of Government-funded courses and Centrelink approved online courses available from private colleges, TAFE Institutes and Universities from all over Australia.
Courses covered include mostly Diploma level and higher qualifications with government funding options and assistance packages available for a lot of Certificate level qualifications as well.
The Government has incentive & student programs that offer loans and subsidies to students who are eligible and meet the provided guidelines. These training courses can vary from state to state. To find out whether you are eligible, visit the My Skills website.
How to get Government Funding for a Course?
Government funding schemes vary with each state. Each funding plan requires the course provider to apply for and be approved. Students must also meet eligibility requirements to get those subsidies.
We have made it easy for you to check your government-funded course eligibility. The eligibility can be checked on each course page.
On these pages, we outline the various state and federal government funding schemes and include a list of courses that are eligible under each funding type. Participants must make sure they meet eligibility requirements before applying.
What government funding options are available in Australia?
Major funding opportunities are:
- Smart and Skilled* (NSW)
- Certificate 3 Guarantee (QLD)
- Higher Level Skills (QLD)
- Skilled Capital (ACT)
- User Choice (ACT, NT)
- Skilling South Australia (SA)
- Future Skills (WA)
We assist our students at every stage of the procedure, from beginning to end, in order to make the procedure as simple as feasible. The first step is to determine whether or not you are qualified for government funding. Government Funding by State we have a presence in:
- Skills Checkpoint
Skills Checkpoint is a programme in the Northern Territory and other states that provides career counselling and training opportunities for older employees. It is aimed at persons over the age of 45 and aims to assist individuals in staying in their current position, transitioning to a new role at work, or pursuing a completely different career path.
- User Choice
User Choice Funding is a federally funded programme that subsidises the cost of an apprenticeship or traineeship while also providing additional benefits to students in rural and remote locations.
- Certificate 3 Guarantee
The Certificate 3 Guarantee pays for a variety of Certificate III qualifications and fundamental skills training. Free training for Apprenticeships
This programme offers free training to students under the age of 21 who are enroled in priority apprenticeship and traineeship programmes.
- Higher Level Skills
Within prioritised skill categories, the Higher Level Skills Program provides funding for Certificate IV or higher-level certifications.
- Skills Checkpoint
Skills Checkpoint is a Queensland-based organisation that provides older employees with career advice and training opportunities. It is aimed at persons over the age of 45 and aims to assist individuals in staying in their current position, transitioning to a new role at work, or pursuing a completely different career path.
- User Choice
The User Choice program provides a public funding contribution towards the cost of training and assessment services for eligible Queensland apprentices and trainees.