There is a number of different funding alternatives for training through both the federal and state governments. Australian Training School is able to assess your eligibility and advise which, if any, funding is available to you.
Due to the skills shortage within the Australian population, the government is providing funding to upskill individuals who are currently employed. This is funding is being made available to young and mature age workers through traineeships and apprenticeships.
If you are an eligible job seeker and are interested in starting and running a small business, you may be able to access assistance through the New Enterprise Incentive Scheme (NEIS).
NEIS can provide you with accredited small business training, business advice and mentoring, as well as ongoing income support for up to 52 weeks.
Education Entry Payments
Education Entry Payment helps you to pay the costs of returning to study.
Australia has an ageing workforce. To encourage companies to invest in mature workers, the Australian Government is commencing the Investing in Experience (Skills Recognition & Training) (IIE-SRT) mature age employment program. This program commenced 01 July 2012. Ask us about mature age apprenticeships or read more about this employment program here.