Adapt’s course outlines indicate whether a course is eligible for incentives. All enrolments in subsidised courses are subject to Adapt Education’s student policies available in our student handbook. Below is a summary of some of the available incentives.
Adapt Education is funded by the QLD Government to deliver the following:
The course is heavily subsidised, however a small student contribution fee is applicable. Concession card holders (health care card or pension concession card) and Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander persons will have a discounted student contribution fee. Student contribution fees can be incorporated into an interest free payment plan. For details on course fees view table 2 on our fee schedule
To be eligible for the Certificate 3 Guarantee, a student must:
Some important points about the Certificate 3 Guarantee:
Our Certificate IV in Education Support is funded by the QLD Government under the Higher Level Skills subsidy. To be eligible you must:
Course fees under this program are heavily subsidised however a small student contribution fee is applicable. Student contribution fees can be incorporated into an interest free payment plan. For details on course fees view table 3 on our fee schedule.
Some important points about the Higher Level Skills subsidy:
The Certificate III in Education Support can be fully funded for people who have recently completed year 12. To be eligible to access fee-free training, individuals must:
For more information about this funding program read the QLD Government Fact Sheet.
Adapt Education in partnership with My Industry Training provides the Certificate I in Construction to schools.
Schools or students seeking further information should contact email@example.com
Many of the qualifications offered by Adapt Education are Centrelink approved and you may be eligible to receive ongoing study support benefits while you study from home. If you are on a single parent pension, a carers pension, disability pension, NewStart and several others, you may be eligible for the Education Supplement ($62 p/fortnight for full time study for the nominated duration of the course) and/or the Education Entry Payment ($208 one off payment). To find out if you’re eligible for Centrelink payments check their webite or call 13 24 90 and ask about the above payments. For eligible participants to claim the education supplement, simply take a signed copy of your training plan (issued upon enrolment) into centrelink and attach it to the relevant centrelink form.
Employers may be eligible to claim incentive payments of up to $4,000 for employing a full-time trainee.
In addition, Employers may be eligible for financial assistance through:
Trainees may be eligible for financial assistance through:
The information provided is a guide only. For full information on Government incentives contact an Australian apprenticeship centre (such as MEGT or Mission Australia) or visit: www.australianapprenticeships.gov.au
Above are just some of the funded programs available. Each State and some industries have specific funded programs that you may be eligible for. Call us on 1300 380 335 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on funded programs.
Our courses are approved for numerous government subsidised programs. Not sure if you qualify? Call us on 1300 380 335 and we can assess your eligibility over the phone.
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