As you would expect, fees apply to our courses. However, amounts vary and quite often the government or you as the employer can contribute. The exact amount your apprentice or trainee will have to pay will depend on:

  • the number of units they enrol into
  • the course they are studying
  • the type of student they are.

Financial assistance

If your apprentice or trainee has any concerns about paying fees on time, they can access help and advice from our financial advisers. We can assist with money issues such as budgeting, loans, tax help and more.

Overdue or unpaid fees

To avoid penalties, fees must be paid by the due date on the Statement of Account and Tax Invoice, which is before the census date. Penalties for non-payment of fees include restricted access to results and possible enrolment cancellation. If fees are owing, students may not be allowed to graduate or receive academic transcripts.

If you suspect that your apprentice or trainee is unable to pay fees by the due date, get in touch with your Apprenticeship Officer as early as possible.

Contribute to the course fees

If you would like to contribute to the course fees, you will need to provide a completed sponsorship agreement form prior to enrolment.